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I. Extension of Facilities - Underground


Rate Schedules and Policies Manual

I. Extension of Facilities - Underground

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The NB Power investment is equal to the total estimated cost of the equivalent standard overhead facilities less any customer contribution towards those facilities.

The optional facility charge includes the incremental cost of padmounted transformation, if required. An exception is when NB Power approves a transformer rated at 500 kVA or greater.

Optional
Underground
Facilities
Charge cont'd




NB Power or its contractor installs the facilities.

NB Power provides the electrical design, standard electrical installation material (primary and secondary conductor, connectors, transformation and associated protective equipment), and inspection and supervision services required to meet NB Power's Standard Construction Practices manual, applicable CSA Standards, and municipal bylaws and regulations.

When complex conduit systems are specified in the design, customers must have the installation designed by qualified designers and approved by NB Power. The customer must provide as built drawings upon completion of the work and prior to service connection. The customer is responsible for the cost of the design work.

NB Power assumes ownership and responsibility for customer provided equipment that meets NB Power's Standard Construction Practices manual, applicable CSA Standards, and municipal bylaws and regulations, after one year from the date of installation, excluding service loops and street lighting systems.

Installation
Design, Material
and Inspection





Applicants are expected to pay the full amount of the contribution in advance. Acceptable forms of payment include certified cheque, bank draft or cash. The exception is municipal, provincial or federal government departments which provide letters of intent.

Payment of
Customer
Contribution

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