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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

 
   

That category of Customers in all areas served by NB Power who use electricity chiefly for manufacturing or processing of goods or for the extraction of raw materials and have a minimum contracted demand of 750 kW.

Billing Demand:

The greatest of:

  • The monthly maximum kW demand;
  • 90% of the maximum kVA demand;
  • 90% of the firm amount reserved in the contract for non-curtailable Customers or 100% of the total contracted amount for curtailable Customers;
  • 90% of the maximum demand recorded during the current calendar year excluding April through November;
  • 90% of the lesser of the average demand recorded during the previous calendar year, or the previous calendar year excluding April through November;


Rate:

Demand Charge:
$14.55 per kW of the billing demand per month

Energy Charge:
5.38¢ per kWh for all kWh per month

Declining Discount Firm Rate:
New facilities coming into service after April 1, 2000 or facilities that were substantially shut down as at October 1, 2000 are eligible for a declining discount on Demand Charges for the additional firm load.

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