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 COVID-19 Response for Saskatoon Residents

City Hall Lobby is open with a limited number of in-person services; the remainder of City Hall remains closed to the public. Learn more about the City’s response to COVID-19 and changes to programs and services.

Electrical Rates

Interested in how your electrical consumption was calculated? The Consumption Calculator below gives you a detailed snapshot of the rates used to calculate your electrical charges after you enter your number of service days and usage; this Sample Utility Statement shows you the numbers you'll need to enter. (Commercial customer, also enter your KVA).

Please note: the 2020 approved electrical rates for Saskatoon Light & Power customers will be reflected in the Consumption Calculator starting February 1, 2020.

Carbon Tax Charge and Information ​

On December 10, 2019, the Government of Saskatchewan announced a new electrical rate tax to become effective January 1, 2020, due to the Federal Government’s new Carbon Pollution Pricing System. This is an increase from the Federal Carbon Charge rate that came into effect on April 1, 2019. The Federal Carbon Charge rate will be collected by SaskPower on the amount of electricity used by each customer, to offset costs resulting from the Federal Government's Carbon Tax. This rate has an overall 2.4% increase to rates. 

To ensure that the City’s rates are equal to SaskPower’s, a new charge is required within each of the Residential and Commercial rate categories.  Your utility statement will show the new Carbon Charge applied on a kilowatt Hour (kWh) basis similar to the current Energy Charges, matching SaskPower’s Federal Carbon Charge including the Municipal Surcharge.

Electrical  Consumption Calculator