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Commercial Electric Rates

933.03 SCHEDULE GSS- GENERAL SERVICE, SMALL, SINGLE PHASE

Available where secondary distribution lines are adjacent to the premises to be served. Applies to electric service supplied at one point on one premises. This rate does not apply to standby service.

Service - Alternating current, sixty hertz, and where available, single phase, nominal 120/240 volts.

Monthly Charge - The monthly charge per customer shall be computed in accordance with the following rates:

Customer Charge$7.84/Month
All KWH$0.0819/KWH

Minimum Charge - Shall be the customer charge.

Power Cost Adjustment - The monthly charge shall be adjusted according to the Power Cost Factor (PCF).

Contract. A written application is required.

Rules and Regulations. This rate schedule is subject to the general rules and regulations of the electric utility, which rules and regulations are a part of this rate schedule, the same as if copied herein verbatim.

933.04 SCHEDULE GSM- GENERAL SERVICE, MEDIUM, THREE PHASE

Availability - Available where secondary distribution lines are adjacent to the premises to be served. Applies to electric service supplied at one point on one premises. This rate does not apply to standby service.

Service - Alternating current, sixty hertz, and where available, three phase, nominal 480 volts, 240 volts or 120/208 volts.

Monthly Charge - The monthly charge per customer shall be computed in accordance with the following rates:

Customer Charge$7.84/Month
All KWH$0.0819/KWH

Minimum Charge - Shall be the customer charge.

Power Cost Adjustment - The monthly charge shall be adjusted according to the Power Cost Factor (PCF).

Contract. A written application is required.

Rules and Regulations. This rate schedule is subject to the general rules and regulations of the electric utility, which rules and regulations are a part of this rate schedule, the same as if copied herein verbatim.

933.05 SCHEDULE GSL - GENERAL SERVICE, LARGE

Availability - Available where secondary distribution lines are adjacent to the premises, where the billing demand is greater than fifty KW. This rate does not apply to standby service.

Service - Alternating current, sixty hertz, and where available, three phase, four wire, 240 volts, 480 volts or 120/208 volts.

Monthly Charge - The monthly charge per customer shall be the sum of the demand and energy charges in accordance with the following rate:

Demand Charge

First 100KW Demand Per Month$12.83/KW
All Over 100KW Demand Per Month$11.80/KW

Energy Charge

First 250KWH Per KW Billing Demand$0.0372/KWH
Next 150KWH Per KW Billing Demand$0.0344/KWH
All Additional KWH$0.0292/KWH

Kilowatt (KW) Billing Demand. The minimum charge shall be the demand charge. The billing demand for the month shall be the greatest of:

(1)    The highest measured fifteen minute KW demand during the month.

(2)    Sixty percent (60%) of the highest billing demand during the preceding eleven months.

(3)    Fifty KW.

When metering capable of measuring on-peak and off-peak demands is in use, the customer's measured demand shall be the greater of the on-peak demand or twenty-five percent (25%) of the off-peak demand. On-peak periods are from 8:00 a. m. to 9:00 p.m. On normal business days. All other periods shall be off-peak.

Power Cost Adjustment - The monthly charge shall be adjusted according to the Power Cost Factor (PCF).

Power Factor - The customer shall so arrange and equip his installation that the power factor of his load at the time of maximum demand will be not less than 0.8 lagging. However, if the power factor as determined by measurement is less than 0.8 the measured demand shall be modified by the ratio of 0.8 to the measured power factor.

Metering - In the event the electric utility elects to meter the service on the high voltage side of the transformation equipment, the kilowatt-hours as registered on the meter and read by the meter reader will be reduced in quantity by three percent (3%) prior to calculating the monthly charge.

Contract. A written application is required.

Rules and Regulations. This rate schedule is subject to the general rules and regulations of the electric utility which rules and regulations are a part of this rate schedule, the same as if copied herein verbatim.

933.06 SCHEDULE GSD- GENERAL SERVICE, DISTRIBUTION

Available where distribution lines are adjacent to the premises to be served. Applies to electric service supplied at one point on one premises where the demand is greater than fifty KW and where the consumer owns and maintains all transforming, controlling, regulating and protective equipment. This rate does not apply to standby-service.

Service - Alternating current, sixty hertz, and where available, 3 phase nominal 2400/4160 volts, three phase, 4 wire, grounded or 7200/12,470 volts, 4 wire grounded.

Monthly Charge - The monthly charge per customer shall be the sum of the demand and energy charges in accordance with the following rates:

Demand Charge

First 100KW Demand Per Month$12.46/KW
All Over 100KW Demand Per Month$11.43/KW

Energy Charge

First 250KWH Per KW Billing Demand$0.0362/KWH
Next 150KWH Per KW Billing Demand$0.0334/KWH
All Additional KWH$0.0282/KWH

Kilowatt (KW) Billing Demand. The minimum charge shall be the demand charge. The billing demand for the month shall be the greatest of:

(1)    The highest measured fifteen minute KW demand during the month.

(2)    Sixty percent (60%) of the highest billing demand during the preceding eleven months.

(3)    Fifty KW.

When metering capable of measuring on-peak and off-peak demands is in use, the customer's measured demand shall be the greater of the on-peak demand or twenty-five percent (25%) of the off-peak demand. On-peak periods are from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on normal business days. All other periods shall be off-peak.

Minimum Charge - The minimum charge shall be the demand charge. The minimum demand shall be sixty percent (60%) of the highest demand during the preceding eleven months or fifty KW whichever is greater.

Power Cost Adjustment - The monthly charge shall be adjusted according to the Power Cost Factor (PCF).

Power Factor - The customer shall so arrange and equip his installation that the power factor of his load at the time of maximum demand will be not less than 0.8 lagging. However, if the power factor as determined by measurement is less than 0.8 lagging, the measured demand shall be modified by the ratio of 0.8 to the measured power factor.

Contract. A written application is required.

Rules and Regulations. This rate schedule is subject to the general rules and regulations of the electric utility which rules and regulations are a part of this rate schedule, the same as if copied herein verbatim.

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