The following are REC's current rates, terms and conditions of service.
Terms and Conditions



Downloadable Rate Schedules for each use type:

  • CS-1 Curtailable Service Rider
    Available upon request to commercial customers served on Schedule B-3 or LP-1 and that can reduce demand by at least 50 kW during peak times when called upon. For more information contact a key accounts representative at 1-800-920-9288 or by email at
  • EF - Excess Facilities
    Available whenever excess facilities are provided as described in the Schedule. The EF tariff does not apply to the LP - 2 tariff.
  • F: Fees
    Fees and charges for customer-specific activities.
  • GV: Small Power Production Facilities
    Available to Customers with small power production facilities which qualify under Section 210 of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978, and which have a total design capacity of 100 kilowatts or less
  • LP - 2: Closed Heavy Industrial Service
    Available to any industrial Customer contracting for a load of 10,000 kW or more and whose load will be served from a delivery point of the Cooperative's wholesale supplier of electric power and energy devoted exclusively to the service of that Customer.
  • Net Energy Metering Rider
    Available to any distribution Customer owning and operating a renewable fuel generator on his premises which uses as its fuel source solar, wind, or hydro energy, and is primarily intended to offset part or all of the Customer's own electricity requirements.
  • Net Metering Notification Form
    The State Corporation Commission requires this form be completed and submitted to the Cooperative prior to installing eligible net energy metering generating equipment. A prospective net metering customer considering installing a renewable fuel generator with a capacity in excess of 25 KW is strongly encouraged to contact the electric distribution company prior to making financial commitments to the project.
  • PCA: Power Cost Adjustment
    The Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) changes periodically to reflect the Cooperative's current wholesale power costs, which includes both the costs of generating and acquiring the electricity you use, as well as the cost of transmitting that electricity from the power plants to REC's local substations. This State Corporation Commission approved adjustment is a pass-through of actual costs, plus or minus any over- or under-recovery of electricity supply costs.

    The PCA Factor is applicable to all Rate Schedules except HD-1, LP-2, and LP-3. In accordance will be adjusted by ($0.00275) per kilowatt hour. This adjustment, in combination with the Demand Response Rider of $0.000040, shall appear on the "Power Cost Adjustment" line of the bill. The combined adjustments as it appears on bills is $(0.00271) per kWh.
  • A-1: Time of Use Service
    Available to residential consumers who, by adjusting energy use patterns, may benefit from lower Electricity Supply Service rates during off-peak periods at the risk of paying higher Electricity Supply Service rates for electricity used during peak periods.
  • Competitive Service Provider
    Available to eligible members who opt to use an electricity supply service provider other than the Cooperative.
  • Exhibit of Applicable Riders
    The riders outlined here are applicable to Rappahannock Electric Cooperative's Rate Schedules: A-1, A-2, B-1, B-3, LP-1, OL, A-1-TOU, A-1-P, and 74.
  • Small Agricultural Generation
    This schedule is available to customers who qualify as small agricultural generators pursuant to Va. Code 56-594.2 which operate a small agricultural generating facility with a total designed capacity of 1.5 MG AC nameplate or less.


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