Residential Electric Submetering California
Residential electric service is designed for homes, apartments, and other living spaces. Its primary purpose is to provide electricity for lighting, heating, cooling, appliances, and general household needs.
Residential service typically operates at standard voltages, such as 120/240 volts, which are sufficient for household appliances and lighting, residential electric billing is typically based on a fixed rate or tiered pricing, where residents pay a set amount per kilowatt-hour of consumption.
Residential electric submetering in California refers to the practice of installing individual electric meters for each residential unit within a multifamily housing complex. Our electric submetering can be based on a fixed rate or tiered pricing for instance Time of use and price based on different seasons of the year.