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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-27

   

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Customer Facility Rate Schedule cont'd

 
   

That category of Customer owning metered outdoor lighting which operates only during the period April through November.

Rate

Service Charge:

 23.36$

per Billing Period

Energy Charge:

13.45¢

per kWh for first 5000 kWh
per Billing Period

 

9.54¢

per kWh for balance kWh
per Billing Period

The above rate is available to Customers with outdoor recreation lighting. Examples of Customers on this rate include: baseball parks, soccer fields, tennis courts. Customers who have non-lighting requirements on the same service, e.g. water heaters, can also qualify for this rate if the connected non-lighting load is less than 20 kilowatts.

Customers on this rate who use electricity, other than for standby load and control equipment heating, during December through March will be assessed demand charges for each month, including the preceding April through November, in which electricity is used. The demand charges will be assessed at the General Service I Rate. Failure to pay demand charges will result in the Customer being placed on the General Service I Rate.

Customer Owned
Outdoor
Recreational
Lighting


   

The changes in the rates, tolls and charges contained in sections N and O of this manual, dated August 1, 2018, are made under the authority of the New Brunswick Electricity Act effective October 1, 2013.

Authorization

   

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