Utility Allowance Schedule for New Hampshire

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1 for New Hampshire (Section 8 Existing Housing Program) Published February 1, 2016 Prepared by: Policy, Planning and Communications Group New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority New Hampshire Housing P.O. Box 5087 Manchester, NH 03108

2 INTRODUCTION This report explicitly presents the New Hampshire utility allowances for the year These include estimated cost allowances for space heating, water heating, cooking and miscellaneous electric use (lights, refrigeration etc.). A survey of energy suppliers was conducted by the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority in order to obtain current utility rates for the state. These rates, together with the standard physical consumption allowances were used to calculate utility allowances in dollars for the various regions of the state. Table 1, on Page 2 of this schedule, shows current utility rates for New Hampshire as of: January This table includes current consumer costs for electricity, natural gas, bottled gas, and fuel oil. Propane and fuel oil rates were gathered from a variety of suppliers throughout the state. As a result of the deregulation of the electric utility within the state, the electric rates were supplied by a survey of electric companies providing electricity within the state. A weighted average was used to calculate the electric rate. A weighted average was also used to calculate the natural gas rates within the state. Table 2, on Page 4, shows physical consumption allowances for cooking, miscellaneous electric use and water heating. These allowances are arrayed by number of bedrooms. In order to accurately calculate the monthly heating allowance, four heating zones were created within the state. A base of 7500 degree days has been established and is accordingly adjusted by a series of multipliers to account for different heating requirements within the different zones. A ratio of average degree days for the zone to 7500 degree days is used to create a multiplier for each heating zone, as shown in Table 3, on Page 4. These multipliers are then applied to the physical consumption allowances for 7500 degree days (as illustrated in Table 4) to obtain the consumption allowances for each of the four zones within the state, by property type and number of bedrooms. Monthly dollar allowances for cooking, hot water and miscellaneous tenant supplied utilities are shown on Table 5 (Page 6). Multiplication of the physical heating allowances by the rates given for the main energy sources results in monthly dollar allowances for heating for each zone, by property type and number of bedrooms. These monthly dollar allowances for each of the four heating zones are shown on Tables 6, 7, 8, and 9. File: 2016_UtilityAllowance - Narrative Page 1 of 10

3 The is published each year by New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority provides estimates for heat and non-heat utility costs. The data is primarily used by the Housing Voucher Program; however it can be used to determine gross rents for rental units where the tenant is responsible for utilities. Calculating Estimated Non-heat Utility Costs (Cooking, Hot Water, and Miscellaneous Electric) These allowances are established for the entire state. 1. Determine which utility costs (cooking, hot water, and miscellaneous electric) are not included in the rent. 2. Determine the number of bedrooms for the unit. 3. Use Table 5 to obtain the allowance for cooking, hot water, and miscellaneous electric. a. Select the utility type (cooking, hot water, miscellaneous electric) b. Select the fuel type electric, natural gas, bottled gas, or oil (row of the chart). c. Select the number of bedroom in the unit (column of chart). The allowance is the dollar amount where they intersect. d. Repeat for each utility type. Monthly charges established by the utility are included in the allowances in Table 5. There are additional meter charges for natural gas if it is used for hot water but not for heat and if electric heat is used for hot water. Please read the table s footnotes and add the applicable meter charge. Calculating Estimated Utility Costs (Heat) Heat allowances are dependent upon the location, housing type, and size of housing unit as well as the fuel type used to heat the unit. 1. Based on the location of the unit, determine which Heat Zone to use a. Zone 1 - Cheshire, Hillsborough, and Rockingham Counties b. Zone 2 - Belknap, Merrimack, Strafford and Sullivan Counties c. Zone 3 - Carroll and Grafton Counties d. Zone 4 - Coos County 2. Select the housing type of unit. 3. Select the number of bedrooms in the unit. 4. Select the fuel type used to heat the unit. 5. Determine the heat allowance for the unit. Monthly charges established by the utility are included in the allowances. Please refer to the footnotes under Table 5. Gross Rent Calculation To determine gross rent for the unit, add together the contract rent, non-heat utility allowances, and the heat allowances. File: 2016_UtilityAllowance - CalculatingGR Page 2 of 10

4 TABLE 1 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVERAGE UTILITY RATES ELECTRICITY (Weighted Average) Heating, Cooking and Miscellaneous Electric: First 250 kwh: $ / kwh Over 250 kwh: $ / kwh Customer Charge: $ / month Hot Water: $ / kwh for first 250 KWH $ / kwh over 250 KWH Meter Charge: $ 3.23 / month BOTTLED GAS (Average) Heating: $ 3.00 / gallon Cooking: $ 3.31 / gallon Hot Water: $ 3.18 / gallon NATURAL GAS (Weighted Average) Heating: $ 1.12 / therm for the first 50 therms $ 1.09 / therm over 50 to 100 therms $ 1.05 / therm over 100 therms Cooking and/or Hot Water: $ 0.96 / therm Customer Charge: $ / month (basic charge for heating) $ / month (non-heating) FUEL OIL (Average) Heating: $ 1.91 / gallon Hot Water: $ 1.91 / gallon Source: New Hampshire Houisng's Survey of Energy Suppliers File: 2016_UtilityAllowance - Utility Rates Page 3 of 10

5 TABLE 2 SECTION 8 EXISTING PHYSICAL CONSUMPTION ALLOWANCES FOR COOKING, WATER HEATING, AND MISC. ELECTRIC USE 0 Bedroom 1 Bedroom COOKING Natural Gas (therms) Electric (kwh) Bottled Gas (gallons) MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRIC WATER HEATING Natural Gas (therms) Electric (kwh) Bottled Gas (gallons) Fuel oil (gallons) TABLE 3 SECTION 8 PHYSICAL CONSUMPTION MULTIPLIERS FOR HEATING ZONE 1 CHESHIRE, HILLSBOROUGH, AND ROCKINGHAM COUNTIES 6750 degree days multiplier: 0.9 ZONE 2 BELKNAP, MERRIMACK, STRAFFORD AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES 7500 degree days multiplier: 1 ZONE 3 CARROLL AND GRAFTON COUNTIES 8250 degree days multiplier: 1.1 ZONE 4 COOS COUNTY 9000 degree days multiplier: 1.2 File: 2016_UtilityAllowance - Misc Allow Page 4 of 10

6 TABLE 4 EXISTING PHYSICAL CONSUMPTION ALLOWANCES FOR HEATING AT 7500 DEGREE DAYS Unit Size (bedrooms) Unit Size (bedrooms) & 3 STORY WALK-UP DETACHED Natural Gas (therms) Natural Gas (therm Bottled Gas (gallons) Bottled Gas (gallo Oil (gallons) Oil (gallons) Electric (kwh) 407 ## 796 1,000 1,138 1,319 Electric (kwh) ,280 1,365 1,583 ROW AND TOWNHOUSE MOBILE HOME (Pre 1976) Natural Gas (therms) Natural Gas (therm Bottled Gas (gallons) Bottled Gas (gallo Oil (gallons) Oil (gallons) Electric (kwh) 447 ## 875 1,100 1,251 1,450 Electric (kwh) ,146 1,536 1,638 DUPLEX AND TWIN MOBILE HOME (1976 to 1994) Natural Gas (therms) Natural Gas (therm Bottled Gas (gallons) Bottled Gas (gallo Oil (gallons) Oil (gallons) Electric (kwh) 466 ## 915 1,150 1,308 1,516 Electric (kwh) ,003 1,344 1,433 HIGH-RISE Natural Gas (therms) Bottled Gas (gallons) Note: For Mobile Homes manufactured after 1994 use the Oil (gallons) schedule for Detached. Electric (kwh) 325 ## ,054 File: 2016_UtilityAllowance - Heat Allow Page 5 of 10

7 TABLE 5 MONTHLY DOLLAR ALLOWANCES FOR MISCELLANEOUS TENANT FURNISHED UTILITIES Unit Size (bedrooms) Use Type of energy COOKING: Natural Gas 1 $3 $4 $5 $6 $8 $9 Electric $9 $11 $14 $18 $22 $26 Bottled Gas $19 $22 $29 $35 $45 $51 MISCELLANEOUS: Electric 2 $37 $43 $51 $60 $70 $78 HOT WATER: Natural Gas $11 $14 $18 $22 $28 $33 Electric 3 $27 $35 $44 $53 $67 $76 Bottled Gas $50 $56 $73 $89 $116 $132 Fuel Oil $17 $21 $27 $34 $44 $50 1 In 2016, the weighted average non-heating gas service charge is $ It must be added to the allowance for natural gas cooking or hot water if natural gas is not used for heating. 2 Included in the Miscellaneous Electric dollar amount is a weighted average customer charge of $14.20 per month. 3 Included in the Hot Water Electric dollar amount is an additional customer charge of $3.23 per month. File: 2016_UtilityAllowance - Misc State Page 6 of 10

8 TOR: TABLE 6 HEATING: MONTHLY DOLLAR ALLOWANCES ZONE 1 - Cheshire, Hillsborough, and Rockingham Counties Effective Date: February 1, 2016 Unit Type: Unit Type & 3 STORY WALK-UP DETACHED Natural Gas $49 $60 $71 $81 $98 $109 Natural Gas $54 $68 $81 $93 $113 $126 Bottled Gas $81 $111 $143 $173 $221 $254 Bottled Gas $94 $135 $173 $210 $267 $305 Oil $40 $55 $72 $89 $113 $127 Oil $48 $67 $88 $107 $136 $155 Electric $59 $78 $116 $146 $166 $192 Electric $71 $93 $139 $186 $199 $231 ROW AND TOWNHOUSE MOBILE HOME (Pre 1976) Natural Gas $51 $63 $75 $86 $105 $118 Natural Gas $61 $78 $93 $107 $131 Bottled Gas $89 $124 $159 $192 $243 $281 Bottled Gas $113 $162 $207 $253 $321 Oil $45 $62 $81 $100 $124 $141 Oil $58 $80 $105 $128 $163 Electric $65 $86 $127 $160 $182 $211 Electric $85 $112 $167 $224 $239 DUPLEX AND TWIN MOBILE HOME (1976 to 1994) Natural Gas $53 $65 $79 $90 $109 $122 Natural Gas $56 $71 $84 $97 $117 Bottled Gas $92 $130 $165 $200 $254 $294 Bottled Gas $99 $142 $181 $221 $280 Oil $46 $64 $84 $103 $131 $148 Oil $51 $70 $92 $112 $143 Electric $68 $90 $133 $167 $191 $221 Electric $74 $98 $146 $196 $209 HIGH-RISE Natural Gas $43 $52 $61 $69 $82 $91 Bottled Gas $65 $89 $113 $138 $178 $205 Note: For Mobile Homes manufactured after 1994 Oil $33 $45 $57 $72 $89 $103 use the schedule for Detached. Electric $47 $62 $92 $116 $132 $153 File: 2016_UtilityAllowance - Zone 1 Page 7 of 10

9 TOR: TABLE 7 HEATING: MONTHLY DOLLAR ALLOWANCES ZONE 2 - Belknap, Merrimack, Strafford and Sullivan Counties Effective Date: February 1, 2016 Unit Type Unit Type & 3 STORY WALK-UP DETACHED Natural Gas $52 $65 $77 $88 $107 $119 Natural Gas $58 $74 $88 $101 $123 $137 Bottled Gas $90 $123 $159 $192 $246 $282 Bottled Gas $105 $150 $192 $234 $297 $339 Oil $44 $61 $80 $99 $126 $141 Oil $53 $74 $97 $118 $151 $172 Electric $66 $87 $129 $162 $184 $214 Electric $79 $104 $155 $207 $221 $256 ROW AND TOWNHOUSE MOBILE HOME (Pre 1976) Natural Gas $54 $68 $81 $93 $114 $128 Natural Gas $65 $84 $101 $117 $142 Bottled Gas $99 $138 $177 $213 $270 $312 Bottled Gas $126 $180 $230 $281 $356 Oil $50 $69 $90 $111 $137 $157 Oil $64 $89 $117 $142 $181 Electric $72 $95 $142 $178 $203 $235 Electric $95 $125 $185 $249 $265 DUPLEX AND TWIN MOBILE HOME (1976 to 1994) Natural Gas $57 $70 $86 $98 $119 $133 Natural Gas $60 $76 $91 $105 $128 Bottled Gas $102 $144 $183 $222 $282 $327 Bottled Gas $110 $157 $201 $246 $312 Oil $52 $71 $94 $115 $145 $164 Oil $56 $78 $102 $124 $158 Electric $75 $100 $148 $186 $212 $245 Electric $83 $109 $162 $218 $232 HIGH-RISE Natural Gas $45 $56 $66 $75 $89 $99 Bottled Gas $72 $99 $126 $153 $198 $228 Note: For Mobile Homes manufactured after 1994 Oil $36 $50 $63 $80 $99 $115 use the schedule for Detached. Electric $52 $69 $103 $129 $147 $171 File: 2016_UtilityAllowance - Zone 2 Page 8 of 10

10 TOR: TABLE 8 HEATING: MONTHLY DOLLAR ALLOWANCES ZONE 3 - Carroll and Grafton Counties Effective Date: February 1, 2016 Unit Type Unit Type & 3 STORY WALK-UP DETACHED Natural Gas $55 $69 $82 $94 $115 $128 Natural Gas $61 $79 $94 $109 $133 $148 Bottled Gas $99 $135 $175 $211 $270 $310 Bottled Gas $115 $165 $211 $257 $326 $373 Oil $48 $67 $88 $109 $139 $155 Oil $59 $82 $107 $130 $166 $189 Electric $72 $95 $142 $178 $203 $235 Electric $87 $114 $170 $228 $243 $282 ROW AND TOWNHOUSE MOBILE HOME (Pre 1976) Natural Gas $58 $73 $87 $100 $123 $139 Natural Gas $69 $90 $109 $126 $154 Bottled Gas $109 $152 $195 $234 $297 $343 Bottled Gas $139 $198 $253 $309 $392 Oil $55 $76 $99 $122 $151 $172 Oil $71 $98 $129 $156 $199 Electric $79 $105 $156 $196 $223 $258 Electric $104 $137 $204 $274 $292 DUPLEX AND TWIN MOBILE HOME (1976 to 1994) Natural Gas $60 $75 $92 $105 $128 $143 Natural Gas $63 $81 $98 $113 $138 Bottled Gas $112 $158 $201 $244 $310 $359 Bottled Gas $121 $173 $222 $270 $343 Oil $57 $78 $103 $126 $160 $181 Oil $62 $86 $112 $137 $174 Electric $83 $110 $163 $205 $233 $270 Electric $91 $120 $179 $239 $255 HIGH-RISE Natural Gas $48 $59 $70 $80 $96 $106 Bottled Gas $79 $109 $139 $168 $218 $251 Note: For Mobile Homes manufactured after 1994 Oil $40 $55 $69 $88 $109 $126 use the schedule for Detached. Electric $58 $76 $113 $142 $162 $188 File: 2016_UtilityAllowance - Zone 3 Page 9 of 10

11 TOR: TABLE 9 HEATING: MONTHLY DOLLAR ALLOWANCES ZONE 4 - Coos County Effective Date: February 1, 2016 Unit Type Unit Type & 3 STORY WALK-UP DETACHED Natural Gas $58 $73 $88 $101 $123 $137 Natural Gas $65 $84 $101 $117 $142 $159 Bottled Gas $108 $148 $191 $230 $295 $338 Bottled Gas $126 $180 $230 $281 $356 $407 Oil $53 $73 $96 $119 $151 $170 Oil $64 $89 $117 $142 $181 $206 Electric $79 $104 $155 $194 $221 $256 Electric $95 $125 $185 $249 $265 $308 ROW AND TOWNHOUSE MOBILE HOME (Pre 1976) Natural Gas $61 $77 $93 $107 $132 $149 Natural Gas $74 $96 $116 $135 $165 Bottled Gas $119 $165 $212 $255 $324 $374 Bottled Gas $151 $216 $276 $337 $427 Oil $60 $82 $108 $133 $165 $188 Oil $77 $107 $140 $170 $217 Electric $87 $114 $170 $214 $243 $282 Electric $114 $150 $223 $299 $318 DUPLEX AND TWIN MOBILE HOME (1976 to 1994) Natural Gas $64 $80 $98 $113 $137 $154 Natural Gas $67 $87 $105 $121 $148 Bottled Gas $122 $173 $219 $266 $338 $392 Bottled Gas $132 $189 $242 $295 $374 Oil $62 $85 $112 $137 $174 $197 Oil $67 $94 $123 $149 $190 Electric $90 $120 $178 $223 $254 $295 Electric $99 $131 $195 $261 $279 HIGH-RISE Natural Gas $50 $62 $74 $85 $102 $114 Bottled Gas $86 $119 $151 $183 $237 $273 Note: For Mobile Homes manufactured after 1994 Oil $44 $60 $76 $96 $119 $137 use the schedule for Detached. Electric $63 $83 $123 $155 $177 $205 File: 2016_UtilityAllowance - Zone 4 Page 10 of 10

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