1 COMPAISON OF POPOSED TAIFFS WITH EFFECT FOM 1 JULY 2012 SCHEDULE 1 ELECTICITY 1. Domestic residential indigent consumers These tariffs are applicable to all residential indigent consumers with an ampere capacity limited to 20A per phase. PESENT (i) Energy charge (kwh) 78,73 POPOSED (ii) Block 1 50 kwh 68,15 (iii) Block kwh 85,82 Free basic electricity to a maximum of 50 kwh per month applies to registered indigent consumers. Where more than 350 kwh is consumed during a month, the same tariff will be applied as for other domestic residential consumers. 2. Domestic residential consumers These tariffs are applicable to all residential consumers with single or three phase with an ampere capacity of up to 80A per phase. 2.1 A capacity charge per ampere per month, per meter reading period or part thereof whether electricity is consumed or not PESENT 7,56 POPOSED 2.2 A fixed charge whether electricity is consumed or not, per month or part thereof per part of supply (i) Single phase 30,00 40,00 (ii) Three phase 50,00 55,00 c/kwh 2.3 Energy charge 57,86 (i) Lifeline 40A 101,34 (ii) Block 1 50 kwh 68,15 (iii) Block kwh 89,82 (iv) Block kwh 105,15 (v) Block > 600 kwh 118,35
2 ELECTICITY 3. Business, industrial & general consumers These tariffs are applicable to all business, industrial and general consumers with a single and/or three phase connection with a capacity of up to 80A per phase. 3.1 A capacity charge whether electricity is consumed or not, per ampere of supply capacity, per month, per part of supply or part thereof PESENT POPOSED 11,24 11, A fixed charge whether electricity is consumed or not, per month or part thereof per part of supply (i) Single phase 70,00 70,00 (ii) Three phase 100,00 100,00 c/kwh 3.3 Energy charge 57,86 74,35 4. Business lifeline consumers These tariffs are applicable to all business lifeline consumers with a single phase connection with a capacity of up to 40A per phase. PESENT POPOSED 4.1 Energy charge kwh 101,34 113,53 5. Bulk consumers - low voltage three phase demand scale (Time of Use) These tariffs are applicable to all bulk consumers metered at low voltage with an annual average metered load with a capacity higher than 80A per phase. PESENT 5.1 Demand charge per kva (phased out) 106, Fixed monthly charge per supply point (phased out) 882,00 POPOSED 5.3 Energy charge kwh (phased out) 53, A fixed charge, whether electricity is consumed or not per point of supply (meter point) 940, ,00
3 ELECTICITY 5.5 A demand charge per kva of half hourly maximum demand payable in peak and standard periods on week days and Saturdays 5.6 A network access charge per kva of half hourly maximum demand payable in peak and standard periods on week days and Saturdays PESENT POPOSED 64,20 73,95 10,70 11, An active energy charge for all kwh consumers (kwh) (i) High demand season (June, July, August) Peak 177,25 222,82 Standard 62,15 78,12 Off-peak 43,34 54,47 (ii) Low demand season (September to May) Peak 65,15 75,95 Standard 48,32 56,33 Off-peak 40,33 47, eactive energy charge (kwh) High demand season (June August) 8,41 9,34 6. Bulk consumers Volt three phase demand scale (Time of Use) These tariffs are applicable to all bulk consumers metered at medium voltage where electricity is supplied at V. PESENT 6.1 Demand charge (phased out) per kva 106,00 POPOSED 6.2 Energy charge kwh (phased out) 53, Fixed monthly charge per supply point (phased out) 882, A fixed charge whether electricity is consumed or not, 2 000, ,00 per point of supply (meter point) 6.5 A demand charge per kva of half hourly maximum demand payable in peak and standard periods on week days and Saturdays 60,00 69, A network access charge per kva of half hourly maximum demand payable in peak and standard periods on weekdays and Saturdays 10,00 11,10
4 ELECTICITY 6.7 An active energy charge for all consumers (kwh) (i) High demand season (June, July, August) (ii) PESENT POPOSED Peak 165,65 208,24 Standard 58,08 73,01 Off-peak 40,50 50,91 Low demand season (September to May) Peak 60,89 70,98 Standard 45,16 52,65 Off-peak 37,69 43, eactive energy charge (kwh) High demand season (June August) 7,86 8,73 Note: For the purpose of time of use tariffs the defined daily time of use period throughout the year are: Peak hours: (i) Weekdays 07:01 10:00 18:01 20:00 (ii) Saturdays None (iii) Sundays None Standard hours: (i) Weekdays 06:01 07:00 10:01 18:00 (ii) Saturdays 07:01 12:00 18:01 20:00 (iii) Sundays None Off-peak hours: (i) Weekdays 22:01 06:00 (ii) Saturdays 12:01 18:00 20:01 07:00 (iii) Sundays 00:00 24:00 The Town Electrical Engineer may impose a specific minimum load requirement for qualification for time of use tariff scales.
5 ELECTICITY 6.9 Other bulk consumers This tariff is only available to specific consumers as approved by Council resolution due to special circumstances. The following charges will be payable: kwh peak - equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure plus 10% kwh standard - equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure plus 10% kwh off-peak - equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure plus 3% kva r h - equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure 6.10 Street light and traffic light consumption PESENT POPOSED Energy charge kwh 93,19 105, Departmental levies and sport clubs This tariff is applicable to all municipal buildings, levies and sport clubs. Where time of use meters are installed the applicable tariffs as per the time of use categories as determined will apply. PESENT POPOSED Energy charge kwh 93,19 105, Other charges This tariff is applicable to all undeveloped erven with access to the reticulation network. PESENT POPOSED A fixed charge per month or part thereof 70,00 78,00
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