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B. Definition of Terms


Rate Schedules and Policies Manual

B. Definition of Terms

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All interests in land, structures, lines, transformers, and other facilities employed between the transmission system and the Delivery Point of the Customer.

Distribution
System

A private suite of rooms used for living purposes in which the occupants have free access to all rooms.

Dwelling

A Farm is a holding on which agricultural operations are carried out. Agricultural operations include the production of field crops including grain, vegetables, seed and forage crops, animal and dairy products including milk, cream, eggs, meat and poultry products, poultry hatcheries, nurseries and greenhouses for the production of food crops or bedding plants, fur farms, apiaries, fish hatcheries and fish farms.

A Farm may be operated by the operator's labour alone or with the assistance of members of the house-hold or hired employees, or it may be operated by a partnership, corporation or other organization.

Farm

Rate Categories for Customers who use electricity for all purposes other than those specifically covered under the Residential, Industrial, street lighting or unmetered service categories.

General
Service

Rate Categories for Customers who use electricity chiefly for manufacturing, assembly or processing of goods, or the extraction of raw materials.

Industrial
Service

Meters and associated equipment, approved by Measurement Canada (or such other authority as may be from time to time charged with such responsibility), required for measuring demand and/or energy supplied to the Customer.

Metering
Equipment

The place specified by NB Power at which power and energy supplied to a Premises are measured.

Metering
Point

The Distribution System up to the Delivery Point, together with the Metering Equipment provided, owned and maintained by NB Power.

NB Power
Facilities

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