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J. Optional Facilities


Rate Schedules and Policies Manual

J. Optional Facilities

RSP J-2

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Example:
Distribution facilities are normally designed and built to occupy rights-of-way that are accessible by on-road vehicles. If a Customer requests facilities to be placed in any location that is not accessible from a public road by on-road vehicles, the Customer pays a prepaid non-refundable maintenance charge based on the total estimated construction charges of the section.

Maintenance
Charge for
Optional Facilities
cont'd

NB Power specifies the location of the Applicant's Delivery Point. If an Applicant requests NB Power to locate the Delivery Point at a location other than the one specified, and this results in additional expense for NB Power, the Applicant is charged for such non-standard facilities. See Section O - Fees and Charges, Optional Facilities Charges.

Nonstandard
Delivery
Point

A Temporary Facilities charge is a contribution to recover costs of providing Temporary Facilities. This charge is to compensate NB Power for the estimated construction cost of installation, charges for materials that cannot be salvaged and reused, and subsequent dismantling of these facilities. This charge is non refundable unless these facilities become permanent.

Examples of Customers that often require Temporary Facilities are asphalt plants, construction sites, portable sawmills and short term connections for festivals, bazaars, sporting events, etc.

Customer
Contribution for
Temporary
Facilities

Non-fixed premises are usually found in recreational areas. Examples of Non-fixed Premises are travel trailers and motorized homes.

NB Power will provide overhead service up to 27 meters from the nearest operational NB Power Facility that forms part of the Distribution System.

All charges for the overhead extension beyond the 27 meter point will be paid by the Customer in accordance with Section H - Extension of Facilities - Overhead, except the standard facility allowance will be reduced to 27 meters.

Customer
Contribution for
Facilities to
Non-Fixed
Premises



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