View emission and program info. Powering our community more than 75 years, Sacramento Municipal Utility District provides complete energy solutions and rebates for our customers.
Some facts and figures. Population in our service area: 1.5 million. Size of our service area: 900 square miles. Total accounts served (residential + business): 644,723 (as of Dec. 31, 2020) Number of SMUD employees: 2,179. Miles of power lines we own: 10,912. View SMUD annual reports and other documents.
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) is a community-owned electric utility serving Sacramento County and parts of Placer County. It is one of the ten largest publicly owned utilities in the United States, generating the bulk of its power through natural gas (estimated 35.2% of production total in 2020) and large hydroelectric ...
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California law requires all electric utilities to collect an Energy Resources Surcharge (State surcharge) from its customers on electricity consumed. The money is used to fund California Energy Commission (CEC) programs. The current surcharge is $0.0003 per kWh.
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The Department of Utilities manages the billing for these city services. Gas & Electric. Electricity is provided by Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), Sacramento's community-owned and not-for-profit electric service. Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) provides natural gas services to the City
SMUD's rates are among the lowest in California, and on average more than 50% lower than those of neighboring PG&E. The chart below shows the monthly price, in dollars, for a residential bill @ 750 kWh per month as of September 1, 2023. 131. SMUD. 295.
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