We have TOU (Time of Use) billing via smart meters on our homes. Off-peak rates are 6.5 cents per KWh, Mid-peak is 9.4 cents per KWh and Peak is 13.2 cents per KWh.
I totalled the past three months and came up with my average cost of 7.7 cents per KWh, but when looking at the actual charges on my bill with all manner of regulatory nonsense and taxes, it is closer to 8.5 cents per KWh.
That might seem steep, but I also have a solar array on the roof that generated 10 MegaWatt hours last year and was paid $3500 for that, so in effect, I pay virtually nothing for electricity. Well, unless you count the $30,000 to put the panels on the roof. Lol!