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Large Power Service (LPS) Transmission Service - TS
On/Off Peak - LPS Optional Coincident Peak Service - TS
Optional Coincident Peak - LPS CG-Cogeneration Rate
Industrial Service (IS) Appendix A (Rate Adjustments)
On/Off Peak - IS Appendix B (Non-Recurring Charges)
Optional Coincident Peak Service - IS  


Large Power Service

Rate Schedule LPS

AVAILABILITY
Available for general service through one meter to any customer having a maximum load requirement of 50 kilowatts or more. Applicant must be located adjacent to the Utility’s distribution line that is adequate and suitable for supplying the service requested.

CHARACTER OF SERVICE
Alternation current having a frequency of sixty Hertz and furnished at a voltage which is standard with the Utility in the area served.

RATE*

Demand Charge - $7.77 per KVA of Billing Demand

Energy Charge - $0.02919 per KWH

    *Subject to the provisions of Appendices A and B.

MINIMUM CHARGE
The minimum monthly charge shall be the demand charge.

DETERMINATION OF PEAK DEMAND AND MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY
Peak demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments provided by Utility and shall be the average number of kilovolt-amperes in the thirty minute period during which the kilovolt-ampere demand is greater than any other thirty minute interval in such month. For billing purposes, the billing demand shall be the greater of the peak demand occurring during the month or sixty (60) KVA. Energy shall be measured by suitable integrating instruments.

METERING ADJUSTMENT
If service is metered at a voltage of approximately 2400 volts or higher, the demand measurements and the energy measurements shall be decreased by two percent (2%) to convert such measurements to the equivalent of metering at the Utility's secondary voltage.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE
A late payment charge of three percent (3%) of all bills will be charged if the bill is not paid by the due date printed on the bill.

EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMER
When Customer furnishes and maintains the complete substation equipment, including any and all transformers, and/or switches and/or the equipment necessary to take its entire service at the primary voltage of the distribution line from which the service is to be received, a credit of $0.35 per KVA of billing demand will be applied to each month's net bill.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR RENDERING SERVICE

  1. The Utility will supply and maintain at a single location, the complete substation equipment that is necessary in order to make one transformation to a standard voltage from the voltage of such available distribution line as the Utility deems adequate and suitable to serve the requirements of the Customer.

    Not more than one such transformation will be installed at Utility's expense for any one Customer.

    Where service is metered at a primary voltage and Customer desires and requests transformation to more than one standard voltage, or service of a standard voltage at more than one location within his premises, Utility will, at its option, furnish and maintain such additional transformation equipment and such interconnecting lines as may be necessary, provided, however, that Customer shall reimburse Utility for the amount of the cost of furnishing the entire facilities which is in excess of the cost of furnishing transformation in accordance with the next proceeding paragraph. The right and title to all equipment so furnished by Utility shall be and remain in the Utility.

    Should the Customer require a non-standard voltage, Customer shall, at its own expense, furnish and maintain all transformers and protective equipment therefore necessary in order to obtain such nonstandard voltage.

  2. When fire or other casualty shall render the physical plant or premises of Customer unfit for the purposes of conducting Customer's normal business operations, or makes the premises uninhabitable, the minimum charge of this rate schedule shall, commencing with the first billing period or portion thereof in which normal business operations cease, be waived until the beginning of the subsequent billing period or portion thereof in which the plant or premises shall have been reconstructed and reoccupied by Customer.

    When a strike or lockout of employees of Customer causes the temporary suspension of Customer's business, the minimum charge of this rate schedule shall, commencing with the first billing period or portion thereof in which normal business operations cease, be waived for each period or portion thereof during the continuance of the strike or lockout at the plant involved.

    In either event, Customer shall be billed under this rate schedule for electric requirements used during each billing period.


On-Peak/Off-Peak - Large Power Service

Rate Schedule LPS On/Off Peak

AVAILABILITY
Available for general service through one meter to any customer having a maximum load requirement of 50 kilowatts or more. Applicant must be located adjacent to the Utility’s distribution line that is adequate and suitable for supplying the service requested.

CHARACTER OF SERVICE
Alternation current having a frequency of sixty Hertz and furnished at a voltage which is standard with the Utility in the area served.

RATE*

Demand Charge - $7.77 per KVA of Billing Demand

Energy Charge - $0.02919 per KWH

    *Subject to the provisions of Appendices A and B.

MINIMUM CHARGE
The minimum monthly charge shall be the demand charge.

DETERMINATION OF PEAK DEMAND AND MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY
Peak demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments provided by Utility and shall be the average number of kilovolt-amperes in the thirty minute period during which the kilovolt-ampere demand is greater than any other thirty minute interval in such month. For billing purposes, the billing demand shall be the greater of the peak demand occurring during the month or sixty (60) KVA. Energy shall be measured by suitable integrating instruments.

METERING ADJUSTMENT
If service is metered at a voltage of approximately 2400 volts or higher, the demand measurements and the energy measurements shall be decreased by two percent (2%) to convert such measurements to the equivalent of metering at the Utility's secondary voltage.

EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMER
When Customer furnishes and maintains the complete substation equipment, including any and all transformers, and/or switches and/or the equipment necessary to take its entire service at the primary voltage of the distribution line from which the service is to be received, a credit of $0.35 per KVA of billing demand will be applied to each month's net bill.

OFF-PEAK SERVICE
When Customer contracts to take electric service during the following designated Off-Peak periods, the following provisions will apply.

MEASUREMENT OF PEAK DEMAND
Peak demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments and, in any month, the peak demand for the on-peak hours shall be the highest 30 - minute kilovolt-ampere demand measured during such on-peak hours and the peak demand for the off-peak hours shall be the highest 30 - minute kilovolt-ampere demand measured during such off-peak hours. Such measured kilovolt-ampere demands shall be adjusted in accordance with the Metering Adjustment provision of this Rate schedule.

MONTHLY BILLING DEMAND
The monthly Billing Demand for any month shall be the greatest of (1) the peak demand established during the on-peak hours for the month or (2) fifty percent of the peak demand established during the off-peak hours for the month, but in any month such Monthly Billing Demand shall not be less than 100 kilovolt-amperes.

ON-PEAK/OFF-PEAK PERIODS
Utility shall consider the following as the on-peak and off-peak billing periods for each season. All hours shall be Eastern Standard Times.

On-Peak periods are defined as follows:

All Weekdays
Summer Period: May through September; 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m
Winter Period: October through April; 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Off-peak periods are defined as weekends, all other hours not listed above, and the entire twenty-four (24) hours of the following National holidays:

New Year's Day Labor Day
Memorial Day Thanksgiving Day
Independence Day Christmas Day

Whenever any of the above holidays occur on a Sunday and the following Monday is legally observed as a holiday, the entire twenty-four (24) hours of such Monday will be considered as off-peak hours.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE
A late payment charge of three percent (3%) of all bills will be charged if the bill is not paid by the due date printed on the bill.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR RENDERING SERVICE

  1. The Utility will supply and maintain at a single location, the complete substation equipment that is necessary in order to make one transformation to a standard voltage from the voltage of such available distribution line as the Utility deems adequate and suitable to serve the requirements of the Customer.

    Not more than one such transformation will be installed at Utility's expense for any one Customer.

    Where service is metered at a primary voltage and Customer desires and requests transformation to more than one standard voltage, or service of a standard voltage at more than one location within his premises, Utility will, at its option, furnish and maintain such additional transformation equipment and such interconnecting lines as may be necessary, provided, however, that Customer shall reimburse Utility for the amount of the cost of furnishing the entire facilities which is in excess of the cost of furnishing transformation in accordance with the next proceeding paragraph. The right and title to all equipment so furnished by Utility shall be and remain in the Utility.

    Should the Customer require a non-standard voltage, Customer shall, at its own expense, furnish and maintain all transformers and protective equipment therefore necessary in order to obtain such nonstandard voltage.

  2. When fire or other casualty shall render the physical plant or premises of Customer unfit for the purposes of conducting Customer's normal business operations, or makes the premises uninhabitable, the minimum charge of this rate schedule shall, commencing with the first billing period or portion thereof in which normal business operations cease, be waived until the beginning of the subsequent billing period or portion thereof in which the plant or premises shall have been reconstructed and reoccupied by Customer.

    When a strike or lockout of employees of Customer causes the temporary suspension of Customer's business, the minimum charge of this rate schedule shall, commencing with the first billing period or portion thereof in which normal business operations cease, be waived for each period or portion thereof during the continuance of the strike or lockout at the plant involved.

    In either event, Customer shall be billed under this rate schedule for electric requirements used during each billing period.


Optional Coincident Peak Service - Large Power Service

AVAILABILITY
Available to any customer whose electric service is provided under Rate Schedule LPS - Large Power Service, who agrees to participate in this Demand Side Management Program to move load from the on-peak hours to the off-peak hours, and who contracts for Optional Coincident Peak Service. Potential Customers must demonstrate to the Utility's satisfaction that they have the ability to move KW demand from the on-peak period to the off-peak period. Customers taking service under Rate LPS must move significant KW demand (a minimum of 5%) from the on-peak period to the off-peak period as compared to its level of on-peak demand prior to taking service under this Rate. Customers will be evaluated during the first 12 months of taking service under this Rate to determine if the customer is moving a significant amount of KW demand from the on-peak period to the off-peak period. If, in the sole judgment of the Utility, a Customer is not consistently moving a significant amount of KW demand from the on-peak period to the off-peak period, the customer must take service from another applicable Rate.

RATE*

Demand Charge* - $7.77 per KW of Billing Demand

Energy Charge* - $0.02437 per KWh for all KWh

     *Subject to the provisions of Appendix A and B.


Transmission and Distribution Charge (in addition to the Demand and Energy Charge) $2.50 per KVA of maximum demand, but in any month the maximum demand shall not be less than 100 KVA. In the case of those customers who supply their own substation equipment, the Transmission and Distribution charge will be $2.15 per KVA of maximum demand.

MINIMUM CHARGE
The minimum monthly charge shall be the Demand Charge plus the Transmission and Distribution Charge.

DETERMINATION OF DEMANDS AND MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY

  1. Billing demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments provided by Utility and in any month, the demand shall be the 60-minute integrated KW demand and occurring in the same 60-minute interval and on the same day of each month as the 60-minute integrated that Utility will used to determine Utility's power supply billing demands.

  2. If Customer fails to maintain a 96% power factor during the 60-minute coincident demand period, the Billing Demand will be adjusted as follows:

    Billing Demand x 96%
    Actual Power Factor

  3. Maximum demand shall be for any month the number of kilovolt-amperes in the 30-minute interval during which the kilovolt-amperes are greater than in any other 30-minute interval in such month.

  4. Energy shall be measured by suitable integrating instruments.

  5. For purposes of the determination of Billing Demand, Maximum Demand and Energy, the provisions of the Metering Adjustment of Rate LPS will be applicable.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE
A late payment charge of three percent (3%) of all bills will be charged if the bill is not paid by the due date printed on the bill.

NOTIFICATION TO CUSTOMER
Utility will assist Customer in reducing the billings under the Demand Charge provision of this Rate Schedule by making their best efforts to notify Customer at least one-half hour prior to the anticipated hour of the Billing Demand for each month. Such notification may occur multiple times each month. Such notification will give Customer the opportunity to reduce its demand during the hour of the Billing Demand. Utility shall not be held responsible for failure to accurately predict the hour of such Billing Demand or for failure to notify Customer one-half hour in advance of the hour of such Billing Demand or for Customer's failure to reduce its demand when notified of an impending Billing Demand.


Industrial Service

Rate Schedule IS

AVAILABILITY
Available through one meter to any customer having a maximum load requirement of 850 kilowatts or more. Applicant must be located adjacent to the Utility's distribution line that is adequate and suitable for supplying the service requested.

CHARACTER OF SERVICE
Alternating current having a frequency of sixty Hertz and furnished at a voltage which is standard with the Utility in the area served.

RATE*

Demand Charge $8.67 per KVA of Billing Demand

Energy Charge $0.02437 per KWh for all KWh

   *Subject to the provisions of Appendices A and B.

MINIMUM CHARGE
The minimum monthly charge shall be the demand charge.

DETERMINATION OF PEAK DEMAND AND MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY
Peak demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments provided by Utility and shall be the average number of kilovolt-amperes in the thirty minute period during which the kilovolt-ampere demand is greater than any other thirty minute interval in such month. For billing purposes, the billing demand shall be the greater of the peak demand occurring during the month or one thousand (1000) KVA. Energy shall be measured by suitable integrating instruments.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE
A late payment charge of three percent (3%) of all bills will be charged if the bill is not paid by the due date printed on the bill.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR RENDERING SERVICE

  1. This rate schedule is based upon the delivery and measurement of energy at the primary voltage of existing overhead distribution lines operating at not more than 15,000 volts, or less than 2400 volts, and the Customer furnishing and maintaining the complete substation and line equipment on Customer's premises, including any and all transformers, switches, and other apparatus necessary for the Customer to take service at the voltage of the distribution line from which service is to be served.

  2. When fire or other casualty shall render the physical plant or premises of Customer unfit for the purposes of conducting Customer's normal business operations, or makes the premises uninhabitable, the minimum charge of this rate schedule shall, commencing with the first billing period or portion thereof in which normal business operations cease, be waived until the beginning of the subsequent billing period or portion thereof in which the plant or premises shall have been reconstructed and reoccupied by Customer.

    When a strike or lockout of employees of Customer causes temporary suspension of Customer's business, the minimum charge of this rate schedule shall, commencing with the first billing period or portion thereof in which normal business operations cease, be waived for each period or portion thereof during the continuance of the strike or lockout at the plant involved.

    In either event, Customer shall be billed under this rate schedule for electric requirements used during each billing period.


On-Peak/Off-Peak - Industrial Service

AVAILABILITY
Available through one meter to any customer having a maximum load requirement of 850 kilowatts or more. Applicant must be located adjacent to the Utility's distribution line that is adequate and suitable for supplying the service requested.

CHARACTER OF SERVICE
Alternating current having a frequency of sixty Hertz and furnished at a voltage which is standard with the Utility in the area served.

RATE*

Demand Charge $8.67 per KVA of Billing Demand

Energy Charge $0.02437 per KWH for all KWH

    *Subject to the provisions of Appendices A and B.

MINIMUM CHARGE
The minimum monthly charge shall be the demand charge.

DETERMINATION OF PEAK DEMAND AND MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY
Peak demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments provided by Utility and shall be the average number of kilovolt-amperes in the thirty minute period during which the kilovolt-ampere demand is greater than in any other thirty minute interval in such month. For billing purposes, the billing demand shall be the greater of the peak demand occurring during the month or one thousand (1000) KVA. Energy shall be measured by suitable integrating instruments.

OFF-PEAK SERVICE
When Customer contracts to take electric service during the following designated Off-Peak periods, the following provisions will apply.

MEASUREMENT OF PEAK DEMAND
Peak demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments and, in any month, the peak demand for the on-peak hours shall be the highest 30 - minute kilovolt-ampere demand measured during such on-peak hours and the peak demand for the off-peak hours shall be the highest 30-minute kilovolt-ampere demand measured during such off-peak hours.

MONTHLY BILLING DEMAND
The monthly Billing Demand for any month shall be the greatest of (1) the peak demand established during the on-peak hours for the month or (2) fifty percent of the peak demand established during the off-peak hours for the month, but in any month such Monthly Billing Demand shall not be less than 1000 kilovolt-amperes.

ON-PEAK/OFF-PEAK PERIODS
Utility shall consider the following as the on-peak and off-peak billing periods for each season. All hours shall be Eastern Standard Times.

On-Peak periods are defined as follows:

All Weekdays

Summer Period: May through September; 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Winter Period: October through April; 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Off-peak periods are defined as weekends, all other hours not listed above, and the entire twenty-four (24) hours of the following National holidays:

New Year's Day Labor Day
Memorial Day Thanksgiving Day
Independence Day Christmas Day


Whenever any of the above holidays occur on a Sunday and the following Monday is legally observed as a holiday, the entire twenty-four (24) hours of such Monday will be considered as off-peak hours.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE
A late payment charge of three percent (3%) of all bills will be charged if the bill is not paid by the due date printed on the bill.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR RENDERING SERVICE

  1. This rate schedule is based upon the delivery and measurement of energy at the primary voltage of existing overhead distribution lines operating at not more than 15,000 volts, or less than 2400 volts, and the Customer furnishing and maintaining the complete substation and line equipment on Customer's premises, including any and all transformers, switches, and other apparatus necessary for the Customer to take service at the voltage of the distribution line from which service is to be served.

  2. When fire or other casualty shall render the physical plant or premises of Customer unfit for the purposes of conducting Customer's normal business operations, or makes the premises uninhabitable, the minimum charge of this rate schedule shall, commencing with the first billing period or portion thereof in which normal business operations cease, be waived until the beginning of the subsequent billing period or portion thereof in which the plant or premises shall have been reconstructed and reoccupied by Customer.

    When a strike or lockout of employees of Customer causes temporary suspension of Customer's business, the minimum charge of this rate schedule shall, commencing with the first billing period or portion thereof in which normal business operations cease, be waived for each period, or portion thereof during the continuance of the strike or lockout at the plant involved.

    In either event, Customer shall be billed under this rate schedule for electric requirements used during each billing period.


Optional Coincident Peak Service - Industrial Service

AVAILABILITY
Available to any customer whose electric service is provided under Rate Schedule IS - Industrial Service, who agrees to participate in this Demand Side Management Program to move load from the on-peak hours to the off-peak hours, and who contracts for Optional Coincident Peak Service. Potential Customers must demonstrate to the Utility's satisfaction that they have the ability to move KW demand from the on-peak period to the off-peak period. Customers taking service under Rate IS must move significant KW demand (a minimum of 5%) from the on-peak period to the off-peak period as compared to its level of on-peak demand prior to taking service under this Rate. Customers will be evaluated during the first 12 months of taking service under this Rate to determine if the customer is moving a significant amount of KW demand from the on-peak period to the off-peak period. If, in the sole judgment of the Utility, a Customer is not consistently moving a significant amount of KW demand from the on-peak period to the off-peak period, the customer must take service from another applicable Rate.

RATE*

Demand Charge - $7.47 per KW of Billing Demand

Energy Charge - $0.02437 per KWH for all KWH

    *Subject to the provisions of Appendix A and B.

Transmission and Distribution Charge (in addition to the Demand and Energy Charge) $1.90 per KVA of maximum demand, but in any month the maximum demand shall not be less than 1000 KVA.

MINIMUM CHARGE
The minimum monthly charge shall be the Demand Charge plus the Transmission and Distribution Charge.

DETERMINATION OF PEAK DEMAND AND MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY
Billing demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments provide by Utility and in any month, the demand shall be the 60-minute integrated kW demand occurring in the same 60-minute interval and on the same day of each month as the 60-minute integrated demand that Utility will use to determine Utility's power supply billing demands.

  1. If Customer fails to maintain a 96% power factor during the 60-minute coincident demand period, the Billing Demand will be adjusted as follows:

    Billing Demand x 96%
    Actual Power Factor

  2. Maximum demand shall be for any month the number of kilovolt-amperes in the 30–minute interval during which the kilovolt-amperes are greater than in any other 30-minute interval in such month.

  3. Energy shall be measured by suitable integrating instruments.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE
A late payment charge of three percent (3%) of all bills will be charged if the bill is not paid by the due date printed on the bill.

NOTIFICATION TO CUSTOMER
Utility will assist Customer in reducing the billings under the Demand Charge provision of this Rate Schedule by making their best efforts to notify Customer at least one-half hour prior to the anticipated hour of the Billing Demand for each month. Such notification may occur multiple times each month. Such notification will give Customer the opportunity to reduce its demand during the hour of the Billing Demand. Utility shall not be held responsible for failure to accurately predict the hour of the Billing Demand or for failure to notify Customer one-half in advance of the hour of such Billing Demand or for Customer's failure to reduce its demand when notified of an impending Billing Demand.

 

Transmission Service

Rate Schedule TS

AVAILABILITY
Available through one meter to any customer having a maximum load requirement of 10,000 kilowatts or more and taking service at 69 KV voltage or higher. Applicant must be located adjacent to the Utility's distribution line that is adequate and suitable for supplying the service requested.

CHARACTER OF SERVICE
Alternating current having a frequency of sixty Hertz and furnished at a voltage which is standard with the Utility in the area served.

RATE*

Demand Charge - $7.71 per KVA of Billing Demand
Energy Charge - $0.02437 per KWH for all KWH

    * Subject to the provisions of Appendices A and B.

MINIMUM CHARGE
The minimum monthly charge shall be the demand charge.

DETERMINATION OF PEAK DEMAND AND MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY
Peak demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments provided by Utility and shall be the average number of kilovolt-amperes in the thirty minute period during which the kilovolt-ampere demand is greater than in any other thirty minute interval in such month. For billing purposes, the billing demand shall be the greater of the peak demand occurring during the month or one thousand (1000) KVA. Energy shall be measured by suitable integrating instruments.

OFF-PEAK SERVICE
When Customer contracts to take electric service during the following designated Off-Peak periods, the following provisions will apply;

MEASUREMENT OF PEAK DEMAND
Peak demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments and, in any month, the peak demand for the on-peak hours shall be the highest 30-minute kilovolt-ampere demand measured during such on-peak hours and the peak demand for the off-peak hours shall be the highest 30-minute kilovolt-ampere demand measured during such off-peak hours.

MONTHLY BILLING DEMAND
The monthly Billing Demand for any month shall be the greatest of (1) the peak demand established during the on-peak hours for the month or (2) fifty percent of the peak demand established during the off-peak hours for the month, but in any month such Monthly Billing Demand shall not be less than 1000 kilovolt-amperes.

ON-PEAK/OFF-PEAK PERIODS
Utility shall consider the following as the on-peak and off-peak billing periods for each season. All hours shall be Eastern Standard Times.

On-Peak periods are defined as follows:

All Weekdays
Summer Period: May through September; 9:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Winter Period: October through April; 7:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.

Off-Peak periods are defined as weekends, all other hours not listed above, and the entire twenty-four (24) hours of the following National holidays:

New Year's Day Labor Day
Memorial Day Thanksgiving Day
Independence Day Christmas Day

Whenever any of the above holidays occur on a Sunday and the following Monday is legally observed as a holiday, the entire twenty-four (24) hours of such Monday will be considered as off-peak hours.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE
A late payment charge of three percent (3%) of all bills will be charged if the bill is not paid by the due date printed on the bill.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR RENDERING SERVICE

  1. This rate schedule is based upon the delivery and measurement of energy at the primary voltage of existing overhead distribution lines operating at 69 KV voltage or higher, and the Customer furnishing and maintaining the complete substation and line equipment on Customer's premises, including any and all transformers, switches, and other apparatus necessary for the Customer to take service at the voltage of the distribution line from which service is to be served.

  2. When fire or other casualty shall render the physical plant or premises of Customer unfit for the purposes of conducting Customer's normal business operations, or makes the premises uninhabitable, the minimum charge of this rate schedule shall, commencing with the first billing period or portion thereof in which normal business operations cease, be waived until the beginning of the subsequent billing period or portion thereof in which the plant or premises shall have been reconstructed and reoccupied by Customer.

    When a strike or lockout of employees of Customer causes the temporary suspension of Customer's business, the minimum charge of this rate schedule shall, commencing with the first billing period or portion thereof in which normal business operations cease, be waived for each period or portion thereof during the continuance of the strike or lockout at the plant involved.

    In either event, Customer shall be billed under this rate schedule for electric requirements used during each billing period.


Optional Coincident Peak Service - Transmission Service

Rate Schedule TS - Optional Coincident Peak Service

AVAILABILITY
Available to any Customer whose electric service is provided under Rate Schedule TS - Transmission Service, who agrees to participate in this Demand Side Management Program to move load from the on-peak hours to the off-peak hours, and who contracts for Optional Coincident Peak Service.

RATE*

Demand Charge - $7.74 per KW of Billing Demand
Energy Charge - $0.02437 per KWH for all KWH

Transmission and Distribution Charge (in addition to the Demand and Energy Charge) $0.71 per KVA of maximum demand, but in any month the maximum demand shall not be less than 1000 KVA.

    *Subject to the provisions of Appendices A and B.

MINIMUM CHARGE
The minimum monthly charge shall be the Demand Charge plus the Transmission and Distribution Charge.

DETERMINATION OF PEAK DEMAND AND MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY

a. If Customer fails to maintain a 96% power factor during the 60-minute coincident demand period, the Billing Demand will be adjusted as follows:

Billing Demand x 96%
Actual Power Factor

b. Maximum demand shall be for any month the number of kilovolt-amperes in the 30-minute interval during which the kilovolt-amperes are greater than in any other 30-minute interval in such month.

c. Energy shall be measured by suitable integrating instruments.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE
A late payment charge of three percent (3%) of all bills will be charged if the bill is not paid by the due date printed on the bill.

NOTIFICATION TO CUSTOMER
Utility will assist Customer in reducing the billings under the Demand Charge provision of the Rate Schedule by making their best efforts to notify Customer at least one-half hour prior to the anticipated hour of the Billing Demand for each month. Such notification may occur multiple times each month. Such notification will give Customer the opportunity to reduce its demand during the hour of the Billing Demand. Utility shall not be held responsible for failure to accurately predict the hour of such Billing Demand or for failure to notify Customer one-half hour in advance of the hour of such Billing Demand or for Customer's failure to reduce its demand when notified of an impending Billing Demand.


CG - COGENERATION RATE

City of Richmond

AVAILABILITY
This rate in available to any customer connected to the municipally owned electric system of the City of Richmond, and contracting for parallel operation of a qualifying facility ("cogeneration or small power production facility") in accordance with 170 IAC 4-4.1 and PSCI Cause No. 37494. In order to be entitled to this rate, however, the customer shall enter into a contract before operating any generating equipment electrically connected to the City's electrical system. The contract is a three party contract between the Customer, the City of Richmond and the Indiana Municipal Power Agency, (Agency).

RATE
Under this contract, the Agency will purchase the electricity in accordance with the conditions and limitations of the contract at the following rates:

Demand Rate: $2.359 per kilowatt ("KW")
Energy Rate: $0.016683 per kilowatt-hour ("KWH")

The above rates will be further subject to adjustments in accordance with 170 IAC 4-4.1-8 and 270 IAC 4-4.1-9.



APPENDIX A

LEGAL NOTICE

For April, May, and June 2014

Notice is hereby given that the municipal electric utility of the City of Richmond, Indiana, known as Richmond Power and Light, under and pursuant to the Public Service Commission Act, as amended, and Commission Order in Cause No. 36835-S3, has filed with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission for its approval in the Rate Adjustment factors listed below by Rate Schedules:

R

0.034382

per KWH

CL

0.039763

per KWH

GP, GEH, and EHS

0.027283

per KWH

LPS and IS

3.471799

per KVA

 

4.087499

per KW

 

0.016697

per KWH

OL, M, and N

0.016662

per KWH

Rate adjustment changes are listed below by Rate Schedules:

R

increase

0.005094

per KWH

CL

increase

0.022472

per KWH

GP, GEH, and EHS

decrease

0.022464

per KWH

LPS and IS

decrease

1.840331

per KVA

 

decrease

2.166702

per KW

 

decrease

0.000658

per KWH

OL, M, and N

increase

0.000147

per KWH

The accompanying changes in schedules of rate are based solely upon the changes in the cost of purchased power and energy, purchased by this utility computed in accordance with the Public Service Commission of Indiana order in Cause No. 36835-S3, dated December 13, 1989.

If approved, this change of rate shall take effect for the bills to be rendered beginning with the April 2014 billing cycle.

Richmond Power and Light
City of Richmond, Indiana
James French, General Manager

Any objections can be made to either of the following:

Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission           
PNC Center                                                  
101 W. Washington Street                              
Suite 1500 East                                              
Indianapolis, IN  46204-3407                         

Office of Utility Consumer Counselor
PNC Center
115 W. Washington Street
Suite 1500 South
Indianapolis, IN  46204-3407




APPENDIX B

Non-Recurring Charges

Description of Charge Charge

Dishonored Check Charge $20.00

Reconnect after Disconnect
For non-payment Charges
At the Meter 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM $30.00
At the Pole 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM $50.00
After Normal Hours $70.00

Connect Service  
Same Day - Customer Requested after 12:30 PM $15.00

Meter Test $35.00

Service Call Labor $40.00 per hour
(1 hour minimum)
Material As needed

Meter Tampering Charge Labor $50.00 per hour
(1 hour minimum)
Material As needed
Electric Usage Estimated usage at
Appropriate rate