Southern California Edison's (SCE's) Domestic (D) rate schedule is the basic rate for residential customers and has a five-tiered structure. Rates within the schedule increase with the energy consumed above the residential customer's "baseline allocation."*
For more information about SCE's Schedule D, please click on the link below:
* Baseline electricity allowances are an established level of kilowatt-hours (kWh) provided to residential customers. Pursuant to State law, baseline allowances represent the electricity necessary to supply a significant portion (50-60%) of the reasonable needs of the average residential customer.
For more information about Southern California Edison's pricing schedules, please visit SCE's Tariff Book.