# City Light Rates 101. Communications & Public Affairs.

Size: px
Start display at page:

Transcription

1 City Light Rates 101 Communications & Public Affairs

2 INTRODUCTION Conserving Energy for a Sustainable Future

3 RATE SETTING PROCESS CONSISTS OF THREE STEPS Revenue Requirement Cost of Service Rate Design Revenue Requirement determines the amount of revenue needed to be collected from customers in order to cover the costs of doing business and meet required financial policies. Cost of Service distributes the costs of doing business across customer classes and determines the average annual rate by class. Rate Design is the process of shaping rates, charges, and credits for customer classes so that the classes meet their portion of the revenue requirement in a way that is consistent with City goals and policies.

4 THREE PARAMETERS OF RATE DESIGN 1. Rate Class Residential Small General Service (< 50 kw/month) Medium General Service (50 kw 999 kw/month) Large General Service (1,000 kw 9,999 kw/month) High Demand General Service (10,000 kw/month +) 2. Rate Structure Flat, blocked, seasonal, time of use, etc. 3. Rate Element Energy, demand, and other charges

5 GLOSSARY

6 GLOSSARY: MEASURE OF ELECTRICITY USE Watt: a measurement of the rate of electricity use, the most common unit of measurement is 1,000 watts, or Kilowatt (kw) Example: Flow of Energy kw of demand: measures maximum use of electricity at a given point in time Kilowatt hour (kwh): a measure of the flow of electricity over an hour watt lights on for 1 hour = 1 kwh kwh Time

7 GLOSSARY: RATE STRUCTURE Flat: electricity use is charged the same price per kwh regardless of time or quantity. City Light has a flat rate for small and medium general service customers. Block : The price of electricity changes at different levels of consumption. Inverted Block: The price charged per kwh increases as consumption increases. SCL residential customers have inverted two block rates to encourage conservation. Lifeline: Applies to residential customers. The first block of electricity is priced below cost to cover essential uses such as lighting, cooking, and refrigeration. The revenue lost in the first block is made up in higher priced succeeding block(s). Time of Use: Prices vary by season and/or time of day. This rate structure assesses higher prices for usage during peak demand periods such as winter or early evening. Seattle has time of day rates for large and high demand general service customers.

8 GLOSSARY: RATE ELEMENTS Energy charge: That portion of a customer s bill for electric service based upon the electric energy (kwh) consumed and billed under an applicable rate schedule. Demand charge (aka capacity charge ): That portion of a customer's bill for electric service based upon the peak electric capacity (kw) demanded or required by power consuming equipment and billed under an applicable rate schedule. Base service charge (BSC, aka customer charge ): A charge that is billed whether any electricity is used or not. Applies to City Light residential classes. Minimum charge: A charge that is billed only if the amount billed for energy use is less than this amount. Like BSC but applies to City Light non residential classes.

9 RATE DESIGN POLICY OBJECTIVES Resolution 31351

10 POLICY OBJECTIVES A. Higher Rates for Higher Consumption: This may be accomplished by establishing thresholds that define ever higher blocks of energy consumption, each block having a higher rate than the preceding block. B. Demand Charges: Rate schedules that include demand charges should not contain declining demand charges. C. Residential First Block: The residential first block of electricity is intended to meet the essential needs of residential customers and should be priced at or below the average cost of service to those customers. D. Rate Discounts: Discounts shall be provided to customers with customer owned transformers and to customers who are metered before transformation. E. Time of Use Rates: City Light shall implement time of use rates, whether seasonal, daily, or hourly, where such differentiation options are reasonably feasible. F. Low Income Rates: Rates for low income residential customers shall be lower than regular residential rates by at least 50%.

11 CURRENT RATES

12 RESIDENTIAL RATES: STANDARD 2013 Residential Standard City Rates 1 st block per kwh \$ nd block per kwh \$ BSC/day \$ Inverted two block rate structure encourages conservation: 1st block rate is priced below average cost. 2nd block rate should reflect marginal cost of energy to the customer. Current rate is higher than marginal cost because more revenue needs to be collected in the second block to compensate for smaller first block rate. Higher 1st block consumption (16 kwh/day) in Winter (Oct Apr) and lower (10 kwh/day) in Summer. BSC is designed to recover billing/account/meter reading costs. Meets policy objectives A, C and E.

13 RESIDENTIAL RATES: LOW INCOME 2013 Residential Low Income City Rates 1 st block per kwh \$ nd block per kwh \$ BSC/day \$ Same structure as Standard (1 st & 2 nd block energy charges, BSC). Set at 40% of average Standard Residential rate by jurisdiction. Adjusted 2 nd block and 1 st block relationship to encourage energy conservation. Meets policy objectives A, C, E and F.

14 SMALL GENERAL SERVICE RATES Transformer Investment/kW Energy is priced at the same flat rate per kwh to collect costs of energy and distribution for this class. Minimum charge equals 100% of the marginal customer service cost per meter per day. Meets policy objective D Small General Service City Rates Flat energy rate/kwh \$ Minimum charge/day \$0.26 \$0.23

15 MEDIUM GENERAL SERVICE RATES Flat energy rate/kwh \$ Flat demand rate/kw \$2.13 Minimum charge/day \$0.62 Transformer Investment/kW \$0.23 Demand charge is set to collect a targeted amount of the distribution costs. Energy charge is set to collect the energy costs and the remainder of the distribution costs not collected by the demand charge. Minimum charge equals 100% of the marginal customer service cost per meter per day. Meets policy objectives B and D Medium General Service City Rates

16 LARGE AND HIGH-DEMAND GENERAL SERVICE RATES 2013 Large General Service City Rates Peak energy charge/kwh \$ Off peak energy charge/kwh \$ Peak demand charge/kw \$1.52 Off peak demand charge/kw \$0.23 Minimum charge/day \$16.39 Transformer Investment/kW \$0.23 The methodology for deriving the demand and energy charges for High Demand rates is identical to that for Large General Service. (continued)

17 LARGE AND HIGH-DEMAND GENERAL SERVICE RATES: Continued Demand and energy charges for peak (6 am to 10 pm Monday Saturday) and offpeak (10 pm to 6 am Monday Saturday, all day Sunday and holidays) time periods are designed to encourage consumption in less expensive off peak period. Peak demand charge is set to collect a targeted amount of the distribution costs. Off peak demand charge is set equal to the transformer investment discount. Energy charges are set to collect the energy costs and the remainder of the distribution costs not collected by the demand charges. The differential ratio between peak and off peak energy rates is based on historical electricity prices and is set at 1.5:1. The target differential between peak and off peak energy rates is the differential between peak and off peak marginal energy costs. Minimum charge equals 100% of the marginal customer service cost per meter per day. Meets policy objectives B, D and E.

### Price Fact Sheet Lumo Advantage QLD Residential Electricity Energex Prices included in this document are correct as at 3 September 2013.

Residential Single Rate Before Discount After Discount Network Tariff Codes: 8400 Units Excl. GST Incl. GST Excl. GST Incl. GST Residential Single Rate with Controlled Load 1 Before Discount After Discount

### Tariff Development II: REVIEW of Basic Allocation and Rate Design Principles

Tariff Development II: REVIEW of Basic Allocation and Rate Design Principles Robert Manning Public Utility Commission of Texas Briefing for the NARUC/INE Partnership 1 Overview Steps in Setting Rates Establish

### Understanding Time-of-Use and Demand. 2011San Diego Gas & Electric Company. All copyright and trademark rights reserved.

Understanding Time-of-Use and Demand 2011San Diego Gas & Electric Company. All copyright and trademark rights reserved. Agenda Rate Overview How do Time Of Use Rates Work? What is Demand? Tips on Managing

### Sample Bill. Understanding Large Commercial Electric Bills. White Paper #22. Demand-Based Time of Use Electric Rates Have Some Unique Terms

s.doty 10-2014 White Paper #22 Understanding Large Commercial Electric Bills Demand-Based Time of Use Electric Rates Have Some Unique Terms 1 2 1 2 3 7 8 9 10 11 5 12 6 4 Sample Bill Specific Line Items

UNDERSTANDING YOUR ELECTRIC BILL A GUIDE FOR BUSINESSES IN North Carolina Duke Energy 550 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 www.duke-energy.com 120633 10/12 2013 Duke Energy Corporation 12-1478LU

UNDERSTANDING YOUR ELECTRIC BILL A GUIDE FOR BUSINESSES IN South Carolina Duke Energy 550 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 www.duke-energy.com 2013 Duke Energy Corporation 12-1484LU 6/13 TABLE OF

### COMMON RESIDENTIAL ELECTRIC RATES

2013 COMMON RESIDENTIAL ELECTRIC RATES The rate you are currently billed under is listed on your bill. Please review this entire guide to determine which rate is best suited for you. You may have made

### Understanding SDG&E s Electric Rates

Understanding SDG&E s Electric Rates EPA Benchmarking Workshop June 23, 2009 Jim Spurgeon Manager Commercial & Industrial Customer Services Topics Electric Bill Components Key Definitions SDG&E s Electric

### How To Contact Pseg Long Island

COMMON RESIDENTIAL ELECTRIC RATES 2015 The rate you are currently billed under is listed on your bill. Please review this entire guide to determine which rate is best suited for you. You may have made

### ORDINANCE NUMBER 12-047. An ordinance to establish electric utility rates in the City of Beatrice, Nebraska, in

ORDINANCE NUMBER 12-047 An ordinance to establish electric utility rates in the City of Beatrice, Nebraska, in accordance with Section 26-41 of the Beatrice City Code; to repeal Ordinance Number 11-031

### A Guide to the. BC Hydro Last Updated: July, 2012

A Guide to the Large General Service Conservation Rate BC Hydro Last Updated: July, 2012 Executive summary Large General Service (LGS) accounts pay for electricity according to the LGS Conservation Rate

### Energy Tariffs and Associated Charges

Energy Tariffs and Associated Charges As permitted by Ergon Energy www.ergon.com.au The tariffs applied to the on-supply arrangement are in-line with the local area retailer s standing offer (Ergon Energy).

### Energy Price Fact Sheet

Tariff 20 - ERG69764RS Small Business Electricity Ergon Single rate Regulated offer 01-Jul-2015 Tariff 20 Business General Supply 1st July to 30th June All consumption. Anytime All consumption 22.481 cents

### ELECTRICITY PRICING INFORMATION. This list shows the terms that appear on electricity bills and what they mean:

ELECTRICITY PRICING INFORMATION GLOSSARY OF BILLING TERMS: The Government of Ontario requires all electricity distributors to issue standardized bills to their low- volume consumers, such as residential

### Electric Rate Book Revision: 13 (12-17-15) Page No. 1 Effective date: 1-1-16 SMALL COMMERCIAL

Connexus Energy Section III - Business Electric Rate Book Revision: 13 (12-17-15) Page No. 1 Effective date: 1-1-16 SMALL COMMERCIAL Availability Available to non-residential customers for either single-phase

### Using Energy and Meter Reading

Using Energy and Meter Reading Using Energy Lesson Overview Using Energy This lesson helps Girl Scouts understand how we use energy every day in our lives and how to read an electric meter. Someone from

### Overview. Rate Setting. Bonbright s Principles for Rates. Rate Setting Objectives

Overview Tariff Development II: Rate Design for Electric Utilities Jess Totten, Director Public Utility Commission of Texas Briefing for the NARUC/INE Partnership Objectives of Rate Design Steps in Setting

### Energy Price Fact Sheet. Red Energy. No Exit Fee Saver - Business - Energy Made Easy Reference RED93239MS

Australian owned and operated energy provider Energy Price Fact Sheet Red Energy No Exit Fee Saver - Business - Energy Made Easy Reference RED93239MS Why you should choose Red Energy Award-winning customer

### The Art of Turning Wholesale Rates into Retail Rates. Paul Garcia The Prime Group, LLC

The Art of Turning Wholesale Rates into Retail Rates Larry Feltner/ Paul Garcia The Prime Group, LLC Wholesale Rates are Important! Represent 60% - 70% of coops costs Based on structure, can promote or

### City of Aspen. Electric Utility Revenue and Rate Structure Study. December 8, 2008. Todd Cristiano Senior Consultant. Pathways to Lasting Solutions

City of Aspen Electric Utility Revenue and Rate Structure Study December 8, 2008 Todd Cristiano Senior Consultant Agenda Draft For Discussion Purposes Only Service rate revenue requirements Existing rate

### Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro Electricity Rates

Newfoundland and Hydro Electricity Rates The following charts and descriptions outline: 1) residential rates by area 2) general service rates information including basic customer charges, energy charges,

### CITY OF CUERO ELECTRIC RATE -- SCHEDULE R (Residential)

ELECTRIC RATE -- SCHEDULE R (Residential) To single family residential customers where all energy is taken through a single meter. Service will be furnished under this rate schedule subject to the established

### COMPARISON OF PROPOSED TARIFFS

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

### Commercial and Industrial Electric Rates

Commercial and Industrial Electric Rates INTERIM DAKOTA ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION SECTION: V 4300 220 th Street West SHEET: 4 Farmington, MN 55024 REVISION: 16 SCHEDULE 36 IRRIGATION SERVICE Availability Available

### CURTAILABLE RATE PROGRAM FOR INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER LOADS

Page 1 of 16 CURTAILABLE RATE PROGRAM FOR INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER LOADS PROPOSED TERMS AND CONDITIONS January 2015 Page 2 of 16 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Definitions... 3 2. Curtailable Load Options... 6 3. Nomination

### COMPARISON OF PROPOSED TARIFFS

COMPAISON OF POPOSED TAIFFS WITH EFFECT FOM 1 JULY 2013 all tariffs are VAT exclusive SCHEDULE 1 ELECTICITY PESENT POPOSED 1. Domestic residential indigent consumers These tariffs are applicable to all

Business Summary The following is a summary of Southern California Edison s (SCE) tariffs and programs for small, medium, and large power customers, typically called General Service (GS) customers. Eligibility

### COMPARISON OF PROPOSED TARIFFS

5. ELECTICITY COMPAISON OF POPOSED TAIFFS WITH EFFECT FOM 1 JULY 2016 all tariffs are VAT exclusive SCHEDULE 1 5.1 Domestic residential indigent consumers These tariffs are applicable to all residential

### COMMON COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC RATES

2013 COMMON COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC RATES The rate you are currently billed under is listed on your bill. Please review this entire guide to determine which rate is best suited for you. You may have made significant

### Energy Price Fact Sheet. Red Energy. Flexible Living Energy Saver - Offer Reference RED25341MR

Australian owned and operated energy provider Energy Price Fact Sheet Red Energy Flexible Living Energy Saver - Offer Reference RED25341MR Why you should choose Red Energy Pay on Time discounts off your

### Gibraltar Electricity Authority ELECTRICITY (CHARGES AND TARIFFS) REGULATIONS 2010

Legislation made under s. 10 and 14. ELECTRICITY (CHARGES AND TARIFFS) REGULATIONS 2010 (LN. ) Commencement 1.7.2010 Amending enactments None Relevant current provisions Commencement date EU Legislation/International

### El Paso Electric Company

Company Electric Bill Definitions August 27, 2013 August 27, 2013 1 esidential Bill Summary 1) Customer account number, which will stay with the Customer if they transfer electric service. 2) Account number,

### Power Options. Power Options At a Glance... 1. Direct Access... 3 10. Getting started... 4. Important dates... 4. The enrollment process...

P A C I F I C P O W E R Power Options 2013 F o r O r e g o n C u s t o m e r s Power Options At a Glance... 1 Direct Access... 3 10 Getting started... 4 Important dates... 4 The enrollment process... 5

### electric service rates 1701 W. Carroll Street Kissimmee, Florida 34741 (407) 933-7777 www.kua.com

electric service rates 1701 W. Carroll Street Kissimmee, Florida 34741 (407) 933-7777 www.kua.com 2011 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE (RS) AVAILABILITY - Available exclusively to residential customers for residential

Pacific Gas and Electric Company'~ ~ UNDERSTANDING YOUR NEM RATE SCHEDULE 1 ~ CREDITS/CHARGES 2 ~ BILL EXAMPLES 3 ~ HELPFUL INFORMATION 5 Understanding Your Bill Thank you for making the choice to promote

### COMMON COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC RATES

COMMON COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC RATES 2015 The rate you are currently billed under is listed on your bill. Please review this entire guide to determine which rate is best suited for you. You may have made significant

### What is the Impact of Utility Demand Charges on a DCFC Host?

What is the Impact of Utility Demand Charges on a DCFC Host? June 2015 Key Conclusions Demand charges associated with 50 to 60-kW high power charging of a direct current (DC) fast charger (DCFC) can have

### 12 COSTS OF DOING BUSINESS IN THAILAND 2014

12 COSTS OF DOING BUSINESS IN THAILAND 2014 UTILITY COSTS Water Rates for Regional Areas Water Rates by User Types Type 1 Residence Type 2 Commerce, Government Agency, State Enterprise, and Industry Water

### 150 G 5 30 January 2014 Victoria Government Gazette

150 G 5 30 January 2014 Victoria Government Gazette Electricity Industry Act 2000 PEOPLE ENERGY PTY LTD ABN 20 159 727 401 Deemed and standing offer tariffs to residential and small business customers

### Department of Water and Power City of Los Angeles PROPOSED RATE RESTRUCTURING

Department of Water and Power City of Los Angeles PROPOSED RATE RESTRUCTURING 1 RATE RESTRUCTURING OBJECTIVES Provide accurate price signals that give customers an incentive to use electricity in an efficient

### ENERGY PRICE FACTSHEET

The details in this Price Fact Sheet apply to you if you are a small business customer in the Endeavour Residential Electricity Endeavour N70 - Domestic Supply (IBT) 01/07/15 First 1750kWh per quarter

### Meter-Rate Lighting U n i t Revised Rate ( ) Current Rate ( ) Minimum charge First 8kWh 206.00 213.60 Per 1kWh after Energy charge

Reference-1Main Electricity Rates (1) Lighting Meter-Rate Lighting Minimum charge First 8kWh 206.00 213.60 Per 1kWh after 14.82 15.78 8kWh Demand charge 10 Per contract 260.00 260.00 15 390.00 390.00 20

### Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 59134-E Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No.

Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 59134-E Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58300-E Schedule TOU-8-RBU Sheet 1 APPLICABILITY Applicable to the additional

### NORTHERN IRELAND ELECTRICITY Ltd STATEMENT OF CHARGES FOR USE OF. THE NORTHERN IRELAND ELECTRICITY Ltd ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

NORTHERN IRELAND ELECTRICITY Ltd STATEMENT OF CHARGES FOR USE OF THE NORTHERN IRELAND ELECTRICITY Ltd ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM BY AUTHORISED PERSONS Effective from 1 October 2011 to 30 September

### GUIDE TO NET ENERGY METERING. www.heco.com

GUIDE TO NET ENERGY METERING www.heco.com Welcome to Net Energy Metering As a Net Energy Metering (NEM) customer, you are helping Hawaii reach its clean energy goals. Your photovoltaic (PV) system should

### MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC COMPANY

MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC COMPANY Residential Regular R-1 Effective M.D.P.U. No.1119 March 1, 2008 Adjusted By: Transition Cost Adjustment March 1, 2008 Transmission Service Cost Adjustment March 1, 2008

### Energy Price Fact Sheet

Business Electricity United Energy Single Rate Standing Offer 9/02/2015 Electricity tariff rates (LVM1R) Peak consumption (Anytime) Pty Ltd Momentum Standing Offer E 29.46 cents per kwh 32.406 cents per

### Power Options. For Oregon Customers. Power Options At a Glance 1. Direct Access...3 10. Getting started... 4. Important dates... 4

P A C I F I C P O W E R Power Options 2016 For Oregon Customers Power Options At a Glance 1 Direct Access...3 10 Getting started... 4 Important dates... 4 The enrollment process... 5 Choosing an Electricity

### ELECTRIC SCHEDULE E-6 Sheet 1 RESIDENTIAL TIME-OF-USE SERVICE

Revised Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 27605-E* Cancelling Original Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 24801-E ELECTRIC SCHEDULE E-6 Sheet 1 APPLICABILITY: This voluntary schedule is available to customers for whom Schedule

NASHVILLE ELECTRIC SERVICE Tools To Help Your Customers and CSR s with Energy Efficiency Presented by: y Marietta Rooks Customer Relations Manager Residential Energy Savings Introductions: Nashville Electric

### Energy Price Fact Sheet. Red Energy FIT. Standing Offer - Business - Energy Made Easy Reference RED79307SS

Australian owned and operated energy provider Energy Price Fact Sheet Red Energy Standing Offer - Business - Energy Made Easy Reference RED79307SS Why you should choose Red Energy Award-winning customer

### SEP 2014 OCT 2014 DEC 2014 NOV 2014 HOEP* 3.23 1.70 2.73 2.25 2.06 1.41 0.62 1.52 2.02 2.86 4.97 2.42 1.57 1.42 1.42 2.41

Ontario Energy Report Q2 Electricity April June Electricity Prices Commodity Cost ( /kwh) Commodity cost comprises two components, the wholesale price (the Hourly Ontario Energy Price or HOEP) and the

### Understanding Network Tariff Reform

Understanding Network Tariff Reform A guide for small to medium business and residential customers who use less than 100MWh of electricity a year Ergon Energy is restructuring the way it charges for the

### Bundled Bills. Energy Charges

This guide is for businesses using under 160,000 kilowatt hours (kwh) or 160 Megawatt hours (MWh) per annum. Businesses using over 160 Megawatt hours should refer to the Unbundled Bills How-To-Guide. Unbundled

### NEVADA POWER COMPANY dba NV Energy P.O. Box 98910 Las Vegas, NV 89151-0001 Tariff No. 1-B cancels Tariff No. 1-A (withdrawn)

101 st Revised PUCN Sheet No. 10 Cancelling 100 th Revised PUCN Sheet No. 10 RS Residential Service Basic Service Charge, per month \$12.75 All Usage \$0.06999 \$0.04488 \$0.00062 \$0.00051 \$0.00039 \$0.00000

### Attachment-VEE STANDARDS FOR VALIDATING, EDITING, AND ESTIMATING MONTHLY AND INTERVAL DATA

Attachment-VEE STANDARDS FOR VALIDATING, EDITING, AND ESTIMATING MONTHLY AND INTERVAL DATA This Page Intentionally Left Blank Table of Contents SECTION A: CA INTERVAL DATA VEE RULES 1. INTRODUCTION...

### Jason B. Keyes Keyes & Fox, LLP Kansas Solar Round Table Topeka, Kansas March 3, 2009

Net Metering and Interconnection of Solar Energy Facilities Jason B. Keyes Keyes & Fox, LLP Kansas Solar Round Table Topeka, Kansas March 3, 2009 What IREC Does Participate in state utility commission

### Electric Rates. for residential and farm customers. January 2015

January 2015 Electric Rates for residential and farm customers The electric service rates listed in this brochure reflect the rates effective Jan. 1, 2015, as authorized by the Public Service Commission

### Commercial Use Tariffs. Codes 15, 16, 17, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64 and 66

Commercial Use Tariffs Codes 15, 16, 17, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64 and 66 Tariffs for Commercial Use Tariffs for Commercial Use are applicable to classes of customers whose economic activities are defined by

### ENERGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE. Electricity Market Review : Electricity Tariff

ENERGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE Electricity Market Review : Electricity Tariff The Issue To review the different tariff structures and tariff setting processes being adopted in the electricity supply industry,

### Alice Miller Energy Consultant September 28, 2011

Rate Design and Billing Systems Alice Miller Energy Consultant September 28, 2011 What is Rate Design? Principal goals of rate design Meet revenue requirement Equity among service classes Customer impacts

### Time-Varying Pricing for Business Customers

Time-Varying Pricing for Business Customers PG&E refers to the Pacific Gas and Electric Company,a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation. 2012 Pacific Gas and Electric Company. All rights reserved. Safety Message:

### ENERGY SUPPLY ANALYSIS Pucioasa city, Dambovita County

ENERGY SUPPLY ANALYSIS Pucioasa city, Dambovita County -Abstract of Romanian version- CONTENT 1. National Legislation on the energy supply 2. Description of the involved end-users 3. Description of the

### THE NARRAGANSETT ELECTRIC COMPANY OPTIONAL LARGE DEMAND BACK-UP SERVICE RATE (B-62) RETAIL DELIVERY SERVICE

Sheet 1 AVAILABILITY This service shall apply to Customers in the class identified below: (i) (ii) who receive all or any portion of their electric supply from non-emergency generation unit(s) with a nameplate

### Customer Services Policies and Procedures Electric Utility

V. ELECTRIC SERVICE CHARGES AND RATES For charges specific to Water; see Water Service Charges and Rates. For all other charges; see All Utilities Charges and Rates TABLE OF CONTENTS A. Connect/Disconnect

### Standard Electricity Prices and Charges *

Standard Electricity Prices and Charges * South West Interconnected System Effective *All prices quoted include GST and are subject to change. IMPORTANT: Customers need to assess each tariff and any associated

### SIERRA PACIFIC POWER COMPANY dba NV Energy 6100 Neil Road Reno, NV 89511 Tariff No. Electric No. 1

53 rd Revised PUCN Sheet No. 63G Cancelling 52 nd Revised PUCN Sheet No. 63G D-1 - Domestic Service Basic Service Charge, per month \$15.25 \$0.05793 \$0.03616 \$0.00105 (\$0.00422) \$0.00039 (\$0.00500) \$0.00198

### Schedule No. OGS-3-HOPU OPTIONAL LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - HIGH OFF-PEAK USE APPLICABLE

6100 Neil Road, Reno, Nevada 67th Revised PUCN Sheet No. 79 Tariff No. Electric No. 1 Cancelling 66th Revised PUCN Sheet No. 79 APPLICABLE This schedule is available as an option to Schedule No. GS-3 for

### The Effects of Critical Peak Pricing for Commercial and Industrial Customers for the Kansas Corporation Commission Final Report

The Effects of Critical Peak Pricing for Commercial and Industrial Customers for the Kansas Corporation Commission Final Report Daniel G. Hansen David A. Armstrong April 11, 2012 Christensen Associates

### Industrial & Commercial Energy Snapshot Methodology

Industrial & Commercial Energy Snapshot Methodology Introduction 01 The Heren Index - General Definitions 01 NBP Price Assessments - General Definitions 01 NBP Price Assessments - Definitions of Periods

### Price and Product Information Statement Lumo Business Options VIC Business Electricity Citipower Eligibility: Citipower Details:

VIC Business Electricity Citipower Eligibility: The details presented in this document are for Business clients located in the Citipower distribution area. Business Single Rate Network Tariff Codes: C1G,

### Electric Rates for residential and farm customers

Electric Rates for residential and farm customers January 2014 The electric service rates listed in this brochure reflect the rates effective Jan. 1, 2014, as authorized by the Public Service Commission

### A Service of the City of Lancaster RATE CLASS SCE RATE SCHEDULE LCE RATE SCHEDULE COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL GS-1 GS-1

A Service of the City of Lancaster CLASS SCE SCHEDULE LCE SCHEDULE COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL GS-1 GS-1 GS-1-APSE GS-1 /GS-1 -AE/GS-1 -APSE TOU-EV-3 TOU-GS1A TOU-GS1A-AE TOU-GS1A-C TOU-GS1B TOU-GS1B-AE

### Network Price List (excludes GST)

Network Price List (excludes GST) Effective from 1 July 2007 Monthly Monthly Monthly Network Network Network Energy Rates Step Rates Demand Capacity Capacity Price Network Price DLF Access Rates Rates

UNDERSTANDING YOUR UTILITY BILL A GUIDE FOR BUSINESSES IN OHIO TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Introduction... 3 Basic Billing Concepts... 4 Customer Choice Programs... 4 Gas Consumption and Charges...

### Chapter 10: Peak Demand and Time-Differentiated Energy Savings Cross-Cutting Protocols

Chapter 10: Peak Demand and Time-Differentiated Energy Savings Cross-Cutting Protocols Frank Stern, Navigant Consulting Subcontract Report NREL/SR-7A30-53827 April 2013 Chapter 10 Table of Contents 1 Introduction...2

### Schedule TOU-GS-1-RTP Sheet 1 GENERAL SERVICE - SMALL REAL TIME PRICING

Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58261-E Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 57813-E APPLICABILITY Schedule TOU-GS-1-RTP Sheet 1 Applicable to Bundled

Summer 2013 Term June 3, 2013 (Monday) June 3-4, 2013 (Monday Tuesday) June 5, 2013 (Wednesday) June 5-6, 2013 (Wednesday Thursday) June 6, 2013 (Thursday) July 3, 2013 (Wednesday) July 4, 2013 (Thursday)

### Standard Electricity Prices and Charges*

Standard Electricity Prices and Charges* South West Interconnected System Effective 1 July 2012 *All prices quoted include GST and are subject to change. energy solutions you can use IMPORTANT: Customers

### Austin Energy Quarterly Report. Austin Energy. April 26, 2011. Mission: Deliver clean, affordable, reliable energy and excellent customer service.

Austin Energy Quarterly Report Austin Energy April 26, 2011 Mission: Deliver clean, affordable, reliable energy and excellent customer service. Agenda Electric Rate Design Status Report Residential Rate

### Victoria Government Gazette

Victoria Government Gazette No. S 448 Monday 16 December 2013 By Authority of Victorian Government Printer Electricity Industry Act 2000 DODO POWER & GAS PTY LTD Electricity Standing Offer rates effective

### INTRODUCTION Tariff Objective Factors

TARIFF INTRODUCTION Tariff is the schedule or rates framed for supply of electrical energy to various consumers. Objective is to distribute the equitably the cost of generation amongst various consumers

### PEC CURRENT RATES AND FEES. Brenda Snider Rates and Special Projects Manager

PEC CURRENT RATES AND FEES Brenda Snider Rates and Special Projects Manager 02.2015 PEC Rates Rate Policy available on PEC website: www.pec.coop/policies PEC Rate Policy PURPOSE: To set forth policy relating

### A Guide to Net Energy Metering and Your Billing Process

Understanding Your Domestic Bill for Solar Customers A Guide to Net Metering and Your Billing Process SCE customers who produce their own power are eligible for a special metering and billing option called

### Appendix J Demand Response Pilot

Appendix J Demand Response Pilot City Light s power resources are unusual for an electric utility serving a major urban area. About 90% of the energy served to Seattle originates from water, or hydropower.

### Highlights of the April 1st, 2005 Electricity Price Plan Ontario Agri Business Association

RÉPONSE DU GRAME À LA DEMANDE DE RENSEIGNEMENTS no1 D HYDRO-QUÉBEC AU GRAME Par : Nicole Moreau Avec la collaboration de Jean-François Lefebvre, du GRAME Highlights of the April 1st, 2005 Electricity Price

### Energy Price Fact Sheet

Residential Electricity Ausnet Services Single Rate Electricity pricing information (NEE11) Peak usage (Anytime) 19.45 cents per kwh 21.395 cents per kwh 21.51 cents per kwh 23.661 cents per kwh 111.02

### Design Guide. Managing Peak Energy Demand In Live Performance Venues

Design Guide Managing Peak Energy Demand In Live Performance Venues Peak demand; the highest amount of electricity consumed at any one time, has a major impact on network charges and has a considerable

### Re: Case Nos. 9056/9064: Supplement 488 to P.S.C. Md. E-6: Rider 29 Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment

Jason M. B. Manuel Director, Pricing & Tariffs P.O. Box 1475 Baltimore, Maryland 21203-1475 410.470.1179 410.470.8022 Fax Jason.M.Manuel@bge.com September 1, 2011 Terry J. Romine, Executive Secretary Public

### How To Get A Fixed Charge For Electricity

COMPAISON OF TAIFFS WITH EFFECT FOM 1 JULY 2015 all tariffs are VAT exclusive SCHEDULE 1 5. ELECTICITY 5.1 Domestic residential indigent consumers These tariffs are applicable to all residential indigent

### Section 1 Bills Bills Bills All copies of bills and information obtained from company websites

Page 1 of 8 Section 1 Bills Bills Bills All copies of bills and information obtained from company websites Nevada Power Bill: Your power bill is based on your usage, in KWH (kilowatt hours). Your electric

### Energy Price Fact Sheet

Regulated Retail- Single Rate - ERM4 838RS Customer type Fuel type(s) Distributor Offer type Release date Small business Electricity Endeavour Single rate Regulated offer 01/07/2013 Electricity charges

### EXCHANGE RATE TARIFF PSCK NO. 2. CINCINNATI BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY LLC Section 1 2nd Revised Page 5 Cancels 1st Revised Page 5 GENERAL REGULATIONS

CINCINNATI BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY LLC Section 1 2nd Revised Page 5 Cancels 1st Revised Page 5 7. MEASURED SERVICE (Continued) GENERAL REGULATIONS d. The usage rates for originated customer Measured Service

### SALT RIVER PROJECT AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT AND POWER DISTRICT E-33 EXPERIMENTAL PRICE PLAN FOR SUPER PEAK TIME-OF-USE GENERAL SERVICE

SALT RIVER PROJECT AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT AND POWER DISTRICT E-33 EXPERIMENTAL PRICE PLAN FOR SUPER PEAK TIME-OF-USE GENERAL SERVICE Effective: April 2015 Billing Cycle Supersedes: November 2012 Billing

### Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 53885-E Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No.

Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 53885-E Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 52432-E Schedule CPP Sheet 1 APPLICABILITY This Schedule is optional for

### How To Charge For Electricity In Vorlauge

Victoria Government Gazette No. S 291 Monday 1 September 2014 By Authority of Victorian Government Printer Electricity Industry Act 2000 DODO POWER & GAS Electricity Standing Offer rates effective from

### AUSTIN UTILITIES. CHARACTER OF SERVICE: AC, 60 cycles, 120/240 Volt, three wire, single-phase; or 120 Volt, two wire.

AVAILABLE: Within established City Limits. AUSTIN UTILITIES Schedule (110) Issued 11/12/13 Supersedes (110) Issued 11/13/12 Sheet No. 1 of 1 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE APPLICABLE: To single-family residences

### STANDARD ELECTRICITY PRICES AND CHARGES *

STANDARD ELECTRICITY PRICES AND CHARGES * SOUTH WEST INTERCONNECTED SYSTEM *Effective 1 July 2015 *All prices quoted include GST and are subject to change. IMPORTANT: Customers need to assess each tariff