Applicable to qualified industrial services located throughout the Association's certified service area. Service under this rate shall be limited to loads where capacity for a demand of 2,000 kW or more is required and on site generation is less than 1,000 kW where generation normally serves part of the consumer's load. On site generaion of 1,000 kW or greater must be served on the standby rate. This rate is not available for standby generators with a double throw switch. This rate is not available for resale energy.
Subject to the established Rules and Regulations of the Association.
Type of Service
Three-phase, alternating current, four wire 60 Hz, at Association's standard distribution voltages. Frequency and voltage shall be subject to reasonable variation.
Service and Facility Charge
|Per Meter, Per Month||$600.00|
|Coincident Billing Demand at the time of Association's TPP/MCP peak (AD)||$19.34 Per kW|
|Peak Billing Demand||$4.00 Per kW|
|All kWh/Month (Including monthly backup energy as required||0.042040 Per kWh|
Minimum Monthly Charge
The minimum charge per month per meter shall be the highest of the following:
- The service charge and minimum demand charge
- The charge identified in the contract for service
Determination of Maximum Demand
The consumer's maximum demand shall be the maximum rate at which energy is used for any period of 30 consecutive minutes of the month for which the bill is rendered as shown by the Association's demand meter in kW.
Determination of Billing Demand (BD)
The billing demand shall be the maximum demand as determined above, corrected for power factor, as set forth under the power factor clause. No billing demand shall be less than 100 kW.
Determination of Demand at Association's Monthly Peak
The consumer's demand at Association's monthly peak shall be the rate at which energy is used during the 30 minute period of the month at the Association's total system demand was at its maximum value within supplier's peak load period as determined by the Association's wholesale supplier in kW.
Determination of Billing Demand at Association's Monthly Peak (AD)
The consumer's billing demand at Association's monthly peak shall be the demand at Association's monthly peak within supplier's monthly peak period, corrected for power factor as set forth in the power factor clause below. The peak period is from 12:00PM (noon) through 10:00PM (the billing 1/2 hour period ending 12:30PM through the billing 1/2 hour period ending at 10:00PM) daily, Monday through Saturday with the exception of the following six (6) holidays if occurring on Monday through Saturday: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independance Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Power Factor Clause
The consumer agrees to maintain unity power factor as nearly as practicable. The measured demand for both AD and BD may be increased to obtain billing demand, when the Association deems necessary, by increasing the measured demand, 1% for each 1% by which the power factor is less than 95% lagging at the time the AD and BD are established.
Terms of Payment
In the event the current monthly bill is not paid within twenty (20) days from the billing date, it will be delinquent. At that time, each account with a delinquent balance will be assessed a $10.00 late charge. Bills that remain delinquent at the start of the next billing cycle will be assessed an interest charge of 1% of the amount unpaid at that time and may also be subject to disconnection for non-payment. However, disconnection for non-payment shall not relieve the consumer of responsibility for the payment of the bill and additional interest penalties shall be added at the beginning of each subsequent billing cycle at the rate of 1% per month.
Consumers are required to pay a one-time non-refundable charge for the installation of an automatic recording-type meter or meters which allows for time differentiation and which will satisfy the Association's metering requirements.