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J. Optional Facilities


Rate Schedules and Policies Manual

J. Optional Facilities

RSP J-3

   

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Pole mounted metering is permitted by NB Power for maypoles (refer to Section K - Connection of Customer Facilities) and non-fixed premises when the following conditions are met:

  • If NB Power supplies the pole, NB Power will set it and charge the Customer. This pole is a NB Power Facility. See Section O - Fees and Charges, Optional Facilities Charges.
  • The Customer will install service entrance equipment as specified in the Utility Service Entrance Standards issued jointly by the electric utilities of New Brunswick. The customer is responsible for the maintenance and transfer costs of the pole mounted service entrance equipment.
  • NB Power will make the connection(s) and install the meter. Metering Equipment or conduit will not be installed on a pole with primary facilities attached, except when primary metering is being used.
  • The Customer pays the Nonstandard Service Entrance - Location charge. See Section O - Fees and Charges, Optional Facilities Charges.

If a Customer requests an Underground Service Loop, the Customer must meet all the requirements of Section I - Extension of Facilities - Optional Underground.

Pole
Mounted
Metering



   

If a Customer requests that existing operational facilities be removed, the Customer pays a non refundable contribution to cover dismantling costs and the sacrificed life value of the assets removed.

Removal of
Optional
Facilities

   

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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