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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-7

   

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Small Industrial Rate Schedule

 
   

That category of Customers who use electricity chiefly for manufacturing or processing of goods or for the extraction of raw materials and have a minimum demand of five (5) kilowatts.

Billing Demand

The greatest of:

  • the monthly maximum kW demand;
  • 90% of the monthly maximum kVA demand;
  • 5 kW

As a result of installed metering, both the monthly maximum kW demand and 90% of the monthly maximum kVA demand noted above may not apply.

Rate

Demand Charge:
$7.14 per kW of billing demand per month

Energy Charge:
13.84¢ per kWh for first 100 kWh per kW of billing demand per month
6.54¢ per kWh for balance of kWh per month

Small
Industrial

   

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