Changes for Nonresidential Customers
The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) approved new electricity and natural gas rates for RG&E that went into effect September 26, 2010. View our pricing and tariffs pages to learn more and read our bill insert.
Traffic Signal Customers:
- These rate changes affect your Traffic Signal Service under PSC 18 – Service Class 3
(SC 3) 3 as this service class will no longer be available to new customers. RG&E will grandfather current traffic signal customers unless a signal relocation is requested.
- All new traffic signal installations must be metered and served through the PSC 19 tariff. If you request signals served under PSC 18 - SC 3 to be moved (for highway construction or other reasons), your traffic signals will be reconnected with a meter and service will be provided through PSC 19.
- Customers can change existing PSC 18 - SC 3 traffic signal service to a metered service to the extent RG&E can reasonably accommodate the request.
Standby Service Customers:
- Customers taking standby service will pay the same monthly Transition Charge as customers taking service under the otherwise applicable standard SC rates.