The current dynamic tariff has become a trend in developing countries, especially in the electricity sector. Flat tariff on electricity costumers causes the cost of electricity to be less optimal. In Indonesia, the second highest costumer group after industry is residential customer, who has 37, 6 % of total electrical energy consumption. So naturally the load curve tends to approach the curve of residential needs. In the Java Madura Bali system, the peak load of a residential customer occurs at the same time as the peak load on the system. If load shifting scheme of the electrical energy consumption of the residential customer can be applied, it will give a big impact on the system. The peak load is borne by the power plants which generally have expensive operational costs. By the reduction of peak load using load shifting scheme, a significant increase of system efficiency will be obtained. This paper develops a method of determination of a dynamic tariff combination scheme, Time of Use (TOU) and Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) based on revenue neutrality. The scheme is simulated to residential customers in the Java Bali Madura system. From several scenarios, the results of the implementation of this scheme show the increasing of the total cost efficiency of electricity supply in the Java Madura Bali system.