Power Cost Adjustment Clause
This adjustment clause is applicable to electric service furnished under all rate schedules of the Cooperative.
II. POWER COST ADJUSTMENT
There shall be added to each monthly bill for service an adjustment per kilowatt-hour (kWh) based upon the cost of power of its power supplier. This adjustment per kWh, rounded to the nearest $0.00001, will be determined as follows: Power Cost Adjustment (PCA-WST) = FCA-WST + NFPA-WST + T Where: FCA-WST = Fuel Cost Adjustment per kWh determined monthly under Fuel Cost Adjustment Clause FCA-WST. NFPA-WST = Non-Fuel Power Adjustment per kWh determined annually as follows: NFPA-WST = NFPe/kWhs - PCb Where: NFPe is the Expected Non-Fuel Power Cost (net of EEDS), calculated in December of each year, for the subsequent calendar year. KWhs is the total kWh sales of all schedules subject to PCA-WST during the previous twelve month period. PCb is the Power Cost amount of $0.028834 included in the base rates. T is an adjustment per kWh to correct for the variance in non-fuel power cost and recovery in previous periods. This value is determined by dividing the cumulative over-recovery or under-recovery of non-fuel power costs by the system kWh sales, net of EEDS sales, for the twelve (12) month period ending with the current month.
Fuel Cost Adjustment Clause
This adjustment clause is applicable to electric services furnished under certain rate schedules of the Cooperative.
II. FUEL COST ADJUSTMENT
There shall be added to each monthly bill for service an adjustment per kilowatt-hour (kWh) based upon the cost of fuel of its power supplier during the most recent calendar month for which actual costs are known. This adjustment per kWh, rounded to the nearest $0.00001, will be determined as follows: Fuel Cost Adjustment (FCA_ - (F*L) +/- S Where: F = Fuel cost per kWh purchased for its power supplier for the month. L = The average system loss factor determined by dividing the system kWh purchases for the last 12 months by the system kWh sales for the same period. S = An adjustment per kWh to correct for the variance in fuel cost and fuel recovery in previous periods. This value is determined by dividing the cumulative over-recovery or under-recovery of fuel costs by the system kWh sales for the last 12 months.
Rider TOD to Rate Schedule LP-3
This rider is offered as an option to the demand charge of rate Schedule LP-3 for Members whose load exceeds 1,000 kW. The energy charge shall remain as specified in Rate Schedule LP-3. The Member shall be required to enter into a twelve-month service contract to receive service under this rider. During the contract period the rate, as specified below, shall apply. Application of this rider does not require or prevent the application of other available Riders.
II. MONTHLY CHARGES
$30.00 Monthly service charge. For service under this Rider, the Demand Charge of Rate Schedule LP-3 shall be replaced by the greater of: OFF-PEAK Demand Charge: $3.50 per kW of OFF-PEAK billing demand OR ON-PEAK Demand Charge $21.50 per kW of ON-PEAK billing demand OR The MINIMUM DEMAND CHARGE specified below. The energy charge shall be as specified in Rate Schedule LP-3
III. DETERMINATION OF BILLING DEMAND
1. For the Months of June, July, August and September: ON-PEAK billing demand shall be the maximum kilowatt demand established by the Member for any period of fifteen consecutive minutes during the period 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM during the month for which the bill is rendered as indicated or recorded by a demand meter and adjusted for power factor as described in Rate Schedule LP-3. The peak periods (1:00 PM - 9:00 PM) is subject to change with regulatory approval. For the Months of October through May: ON-PEAK billing demand shall be zero (0). For the months of June, July, August and September: OFF-PEAK billing demand shall be the maximum kilowatt demand established by the Member for any period 9:01 PM to 12:59 PM during the month for which the bill is rendered as indicated or recorded by a demand meter and adjusted for power factor as described below. For the months October through May: OFF-PEAK billing demand shall be the maximum kilowatt demand established by the Member for any period of fifteen consecutive minutes during the month for which the bill is rendered as indicated or recorded by a demand meter and adjusted for power factor as described in Rate Schedule LP-3
IV. MINIMUM BILLING DEMAND CHARGE
The Minimum Billing Demand Charge shall be the OFF-PEAK Demand Charge ($3.50 per kW) applied to 80% of the maximum OFF-PEAK demand established during the preceding eleven (11) months.
V. OTHER PROVISIONS
All other provisions not specifically identified in this rider shall be as specified in Rate Schedule LP-3 and/or other applicable rider(s) and shall apply to service under this rider.
This Rider is available, under the Cooperatives Standards Terms and Conditions for Electric Service, to all churches requiring three-phase service.
All members available for this Rider shall be charged under rate Schedule B-2 - Small Commercial Three Phase.
Residential Street Lighting
Service under this schedule is available to customers receiving service under Rate Schedule #9, Street Lighting, who reside in subdivisions outside incorporated municipalities.
This schedule is applicable to all residents of a subdivision for service furnished for the operation of a residential street lighting system. Subdivisions must have a minimum of four customers per street light. All provisions of Rate Schedule #9, Street Lighting, shall apply except as specified herein.
III. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Company will supply service from its overhead distribution system to 175 watt, 7,000 lumen mercury vapor lamps or equivalent. Lighting in open bottom luminaires mounted on wooden poles. All fixtures shall be installed and maintained by the Company including lamp renewals. Lamps will normally burn every night from dusk to dawn
IV. NET MONTHLY T
he Net Monthly Bill shall be $2.15 per month computed under Rate Schedule 9, Street Lighting, for service furnished during the current month, plus the Fuel Cost Adjustment applicable to the energy furnished for lighting service as determined under Fuel Cost Adjustment Clause FCA-WST.
V. SPECIAL FACILITIES
The additional charge set forth above will apply in subdivisions where street lights are mounted on metal standards and/or where the lighting system is supplied from underground distribution facilities, provided the company has received a contribution from the developer or others covering the increased cost of such facilities over those described in the General Provisions article of this rider.
VI. SERVICE PERIOD
Not less than one year. However, when a municipality or governmental agency contracts to pay for service furnished hereunder in accordance with standard lighting rates, service under this rider schedule will be terminated.