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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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Short Term Unmetered Rate Application Guidelines

Available to serve such events as carnivals, bazaars, and unmetered installations.

Connected for no longer than one (1) month.

When the service exceeds one month, the installation will be billed and the remaining time considered as a new installation.

When meters are involved, and not disconnected, a reading will be taken and the kilowatt hours noted for record purposes only.

When poles or additional equipment other than the transformer installation are required, the installation and removal charges will be estimated and collected before work commences. Customers who have a credit history, acceptable to NB Power, may be billed using a Form 232, Customers Contribution Estimate.

Electricity consumption is estimated by multiplying the connected load in kW (or kVA times 0.9), times the hours of usage. For example, a carnival with a connected load of 25 kVA operates 12 hours per day for 10 days has an estimated consumption calculated as follows:

25 kVA x 0.9 power factor x 12 hours x 10 days = 2,700 kWh.

If conditions are such as to cause reasonable doubt concerning the connected load, recording equipment will be installed to determine the kVA connected load.

Estimating
Consumption

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