Definitions for "Delivery Charge"
Keywords:  michcon, psnh, puc, bill, kwh
The charge on your utility bill representing the cost of moving power from the generation source to your home or business. This portion of your electric bill is not open to competition, but is regulated by your state's PUC.
Recovers costs related to the maintenance and operation of PSNH's transmission and distribution system, and PSNH's power restoration and service operations. The kWh charge is based on the amount of kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity a customer has used during a billing period. The kilowatt (kW) charge (also known as "demand" charge) is based on the greatest amount of electricity used by a customer in any half-hour period during the billing cycle.
The component of an energy bill covering the cost of delivering electricity or gas.