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N. Rate Schedules and Rate Application Guidelines


Rate Schedules and Policies Manual

N. Rate Schedules and Rate Application Guidelines

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Large Industrial Rate Schedule cont'd

Declining Discount Firm Rate:

The declining discount is available for five years to Customers who meet all of the following criteria:

(i) the Customer is served directly from the NB Power transmission system;
(ii) the additional firm load is at least 5,000 kW; and
(iii) the Customer signs a five year agreement with NB Power as the electricity supplier for the total load for the Customer's Account at the site.

The declining discounts are:

Year

$/kW-month

Year

$/kW-month

1

$3.75

4

$1.50

2

$3.00

5

$0.75

3

$2.25

6

$0.00

The declining discounts are not available for loads that get incentive credits or if the Customer is in arrears at the time of the application for the declining discount.

Curtailable Power Credit:

$3.00 per kW per month for the curtailable portion of the demand for curtailments up to 10 hours/day.

Effective April 1, 1999, new or additional Curtailable Power Credits are no longer available.

Start-up Rate:

Large Industrial Customers starting new operations or expanding existing operations may request a start-up rate for a period not exceeding six (6) consecutive months.

When the new load is the result of expansion, the Customer has the option to request the start-up rate for the total firm load at that location. The request must be submitted in writing to NB Power.

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