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N. Rate Schedules and Rate Application Guidelines


Rate Schedules and Policies Manual

N. Rate Schedules and Rate Application Guidelines

RSP N-15

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Large Industrial Rate Application Guidelines

Industrial rates apply to the following SIC groups:

Division C major group:

04 Logging Industry

Division D major groups:
06 Mining Industries
07 Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries
08 Quarry and Sand Pit Industries
09 Service Industries Incidental to Mineral Extraction

Division E, Manufacturing Industries

In addition, the Large Industrial Rate applies to:

Any business operation involving both manufacturing/ processing and service/repair, in which more than one half of the business volume is manufacturing/ processing.

Data centres with a total firm load of 750 kW or more. 95% of the facilities’ total load must be data centre functions. Data centre functions include data storage, processing and communication, and support services including heating and cooling.

Warehousing, storage and distribution centers on the same property and forming part of a manufacturing or processing operation with one (1) meter where the manufacturing or processing load is greater than one half of the total load.

Customers whose demand is above 750 kW and less than 3000 kW may choose to be billed at the small industrial rate or the large industrial rate. To be eligible for the large industrial rate, customers must meet the conditions of the large industrial rate.

Customers with a primary service voltage of 12.47 kV whose demand is above 750 kW and less than 3000 kW who opt to change classification from the small industrial rate to the large industrial rate will be required to make a contribution toward the cost of upgrading NB Power facilities including installing primary metering.

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