FOREWORD. Sandile Maphumulo Head: Electricity

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2 FOREWORD The latter part 2007/08 financial year saw drastic shortages of electricity, resulting in rolling blackouts and the emergency shutdown of the country's largest users of electricity and load shedding for the municipal distributors. We will all recall that the management of this challenge was divided into three phases. The Power stabilisation phase accompanied by emergency load shedding in response to the status of the grid, then the Power Rationing Phase characterised by rolling pre-emptive load shedding, and Power Conservation Phase (PCP) encouraging all users of electricity to reduce their consumption by a minimum of 10% and sustain these savings going into the future. With the anticipation of the new base load generation capacity only available in five years time, power stations like Medupi, Bravo and Mamabula coming into operation, it is vital that everybody become energy efficient, to reduce the risk of load shedding. With DSM initiatives being rolled out and NERSA's approval of higher than normal electricity price increases, it is hoped that consumers will respond to the crisis by reducing their consumption by implementing energy efficient lifestyles. The Department of Minerals and Energy's ECS (Energy Conservation Scheme) was introduced to encourage energy saving and load reduction voluntarily. This scheme will, however, entail penalty tariffs for those who do not voluntarily save 10% and will provide a means of trading in units saved by those industries that are able to reduce consumption by significantly more than 10%. It is envisaged that ECS will be overseen by a national body that will listen to appeals and rule on matters arising out of disputes in the establishment of baseline consumption and other critical matters. Whilst national legislation is being introduced, customers will be given the opportunity to negotiate baselines and have a feel of the scheme with mock penalties, thereby preparing for the mandatory implementation expected within the next few months. It must be emphasised that South Africa is experiencing a generation crisis and the solution to the problem lies in the hands of the customer. Our past perceptions must change or we will once again experience the repercussions of rolling blackouts. I appeal to all our customers to review their use of electricity and urgently respond to our power crisis by reducing consumption by a minimum of 10%. Sandile Maphumulo Head: Electricity

3 A GENERAL GUIDE TO TARIFF SELECTION BUSINESS RESIDENTIAL Yes SUBSIDISED CONNECTION FEE No Yes SUBSIDISED CONNECTION FEE No Yes >100 KVA No VERY HIGH CONSUMPTION (AIRCONDITOINING ETC.) Yes No Yes >500 KVA No MOSTLY DAYTIME CONSUMPTION (70%) No Yes LOW LOAD FACTOR (<30%) Yes No PREFER TO PREPAY FOR ELECTRICITY Yes No Yes MOSTLY DAYTIME CONSUMPTION No PREFER TO PREPAY FOR ELECTRICITY Yes No TOU SCALE 2 SCALE 10 SCALE 2 SCALE 3 SCALE 4 SCALE 11 SCALE 1 LV3-Part SCALE 1 SCALE 9 SCALE 8

4 CONTENTS SECTION A RESIDENTIAL TARIFFS Introduction Scale 3: 3-Phase Residential Scale 4: Single-Phase Residential Scale 8: Small Power Users with Electricity Dispenser, Paid-up Connection Scale 9: Small Power Users with Electricity Dispenser, Connection Paid via Tariff Scale 12: Free Basic Electricity Typical Costs of Using Appliances BUSINESS TARIFFS Introduction Scale 1: Scale 2: Scale 5: Scale 6 & 7: Scale 10: Scale 11: Business & General Two-Rate Business Cooking Industrial Heating, Water Heating and Pumping Business & General with Electricity Dispenser, Paid-up Connection Business & General with Electricity Dispenser, Connection Paid via Tariff BULK SUPPLY AGREEMENT TARIFFS Introduction Tariff Terms Low Voltage Two-Part Tariff Low Voltage and Super Tension Three-Part Tariffs Excess Night and Weekend Demand Options Time-of-Use Tariffs Customised Pricing Agreements Conversion Between Tariffs CONTENTS

5 CONTENTS continued SECTION A continued Advisory Services Quality of Supply Services and Tariffs Power Factor Correction Methods of Payment Sample Electricity Account SECTION B Ethekwini Municipality Electricity Supply (Connection) Costs 21 SECTION C Ethekwini Municipality Electricity Supply Bylaws 31 2 CONTENTS

6 RESIDENTIAL TARIFFS Introduction These tariffs are applicable to 230V and 400V supplies to residential premises only. Customers can elect to have credit or prepayment meters. In the latter case no accounts are issued and customers pay for their electricity prior to consumption through the purchase of tokens or encoded numbers. 3-PHASE RESIDENTIAL - SCALE 3 Typical Customers Service Energy General Large residential premises with ducted airconditioning, swimming pool etc. The Service for residential customers is built into the energy charge cents + VAT = cents/kwh This is a credit meter tariff. Meters are typically read every three months. Estimated charges are raised in months where no meter readings are taken and are reversed when actual consumption is charged for. A deposit to cover up to three months consumption is required. This is periodically reviewed and increased deposits may be charged where required. Refer to page 6 for typical costs of using appliances on this tariff. 1-PHASE RESIDENTIAL - SCALE 4 Typical Customers Service Energy : General Medium sized residential premises. Supply size is 40A or 60A. (80A available in certain circumstances) The Service for residential customers is built into the energy charge cents + VAT = cents/kwh This is a credit meter tariff. Meters are typically read every three months. Estimated charges are raised in months where no meter readings are taken and are reversed when actual consumption is charged for. A deposit to cover up to three months consumption is required. This is periodically reviewed and increased deposits may be charged where required. Refer to page 6 for typical costs of using appliances on this tariff. RESIDENTIAL SECTION A 3

7 RESIDENTIAL TARIFFS continued SMALL POWER WITH ELECTRICITY DISPENSER - SCALE 8 Typical Customers Service Energy General Small to medium sized residential premises. Supply size is 60A, and via a prepayment meter. Customers on this tariff have paid for their connection up front. The Service for residential customers is built into the energy charge cents + VAT = cents/kwh This is a prepayment meter tariff. Customers pay for electricity in advance using tokens or encoded numbers purchased from ethekwini Electricity Customer Service Centres or Agents. A deposit of R100 is required as an insurance against the cost of replacing the meter in the event of it being damaged. In the event of a meter being purposely damaged or bypassed, the required deposit is increased to R400. Refer to page 6 for typical costs of using appliances on this tariff. SMALL POWER WITH ELECTRICITY DISPENSER - SCALE 9 Typical Customers Service Energy General Availability Small sized residential premises. Supply size is now 40A, via a prepayment meter. This is a subsidised tariff with a low connection fee. The Service for residential customers is built into the energy charge cents + VAT = cents/kwh A deposit is required as an insurance against the cost of replacing the meter in the event of it being damaged. In the event of a meter being purposely damaged or bypassed, the required deposit is increased. This is a prepayment meter tariff aimed at customers in newly electrified areas who were unable to afford the full cost of a connection up front. Customers pay for electricity in advance using tokens or encoded numbers purchased from ethekwini Electricity Customer Service Centres or Agents. A deposit of R100 is required as an insurance against the cost of replacing the meter in the event of it being damaged. In the event of a meter being purposely damaged or bypassed, the required deposit is increased to R400. Refer to page 6 for typical costs of using appliances on residential tariff. This Tariff is no longer available to new customers. 4 SECTION A

8 RESIDENTIAL TARIFFS continued FREE BASIC ELECTRICITY - SCALE 12 Typical Customers Service Energy Availability Small residential customers. Supplies size is limited to 40A single-phase. The Service for residential customers is built into the energy charge. First 65kWh is free. Thereafter: cents + VAT = cents/kwh A deposit is required as an insurance against the cost of replacing the meter in the event of it being damaged. In the event of a meter being purposely damaged or bypassed, the required deposit is increased. This Tariff is available to customers using less than 150kWh. SECTION A 5

9 RESIDENTIAL TARIFFS continued Typical Costs Of Using Appliances The following table shows the typical costs of running appliances on the residential tariffs. Item Air Conditioner Geyser Stove: Front Large Plate Stove: Back Large Plate Stove: Back Small Plate Stove: Front Small Plate Oven: Bake Element Oven: Grill Element Oven: Warmer Drawer Total Stove Hotplate: 2 Plate Heater: 2 Bar Pool Pump Dishwasher Refrigerator (With Freezer) Vacuum Cleaner Toaster Freezer (Chest) Microwave Oven Kettle Computer Clothes Iron Washing Machine Lighting: Single 100W Cellphone r M-Net Decoder / DVD Player Television: 51cm Colour Electrical Rating In Watts Hours Used Per Day Days Used Per Month kwhs Used Per Month Monthly Cost At Cents/kWh Incl VAT R R R52.27 R39.20 R14.52 R8.71 R8.71 R6.53 R4.64 R R78.40 R43.56 R R72.60 R45.30 R9.75 R3.48 R28.31 R11.61 R17.42 R8.36 R20.90 R32.06 R8.71 R0.56 R2.61 R8.42 Total cost = Kilowatts (Rating) x Hours of use x Per unit charge eg. large stove plates rated at 1500 Watts is used for 2hrs per day for 30 days. - Convert watts to kilowatts : Divide by Convert cents to Rands: Divide by kw x 2hrs x 30 days x R x 2 x 30 x R SECTION A

10 BUSINESS TARIFFS Introduction These tariffs are applicable to business, to non - residential premises and to residential premises which are not separately metered, and which are supplied at 230V, 400V, 6 600V or V. Premises are deemed to be business or non-residential when at least 10% of the electricity consumed is used for the generation of income. s consist of energy component(s), cents per unit (kwh rate(s)) and a monthly service charge. BUSINESS & GENERAL - SCALE 1 Typical Customers Service Energy Commercial and Industrial Customers who use electricity mainly during the day or intermittently. R VAT = R per month for each point of supply, whether electricity is used or not. No service charge for religious buildings VAT = cents/kwh Percentage 2% Rebate is applied to the energy charge for supply voltage exceeding 1 000V. Rebate General This is a credit meter tariff. Meters are typically read every three months. Estimated charges are raised in months where no meter readings are taken and these are reversed when actual consumption is charged for. A deposit to cover up to three months consumption is required. This is periodically reviewed and increased deposits may be charged where required. Customers on this tariff should periodically review their tariff as changes in consumption pattern could result in an alternative tariff becoming cheaper. TWO RATE - SCALE 2 Typical Commercial and Industrial Customers who use a significant portion of their electricity during Customers the night and on weekends. This is an alternative to the Scale 1 Tariff. Service R VAT = R per month for each point of supply, whether electricity is used or not. No service charge for religious buildings. Energy FOR METER TYPE 002: Basic: VAT = cents/kwh Surcharge: VAT = cents/kwh Additional surcharge for energy used between 07h00 and 20h00, Monday to Friday: FOR METER TYPE 021: Peak: VAT = cents/kwh Off-Peak: VAT = cents/kwh Peak Periods: 07h00 to 20h00 Monday to Friday only. Off-Peak Periods: 20h00 to 07h00 Monday to Friday and Weekends. NOTE: The end charges for both meters types 002 and 021 are the same. BUSINESS SECTION A 7

11 BUSINESS TARIFFS continued General This is a credit meter tariff. Meters are typically read every three months. Estimated charges are raised in months where no meter readings are taken and these are reversed when actual consumption is charged for. A deposit to cover up to three months consumption is required. This is periodically reviewed and increased deposits may be charged where required. Customers on this tariff should periodically review their tariff as changes in consumption pattern could result in an alternative tariff becoming cheaper. BUSINESS COOKING - SCALE 5 Typical Customers Service Energy General Availability Commercial Customers who use cooking equipment to produce food for immediate consumption. This tariff is in addition to a Scale 1 or Scale 2 connection and cannot be selected in addition to a Bulk Supply Agreement tariff. R VAT = R per month for each point of supply, whether electricity is used or not. No service charge for religious buildings. All energy charged at: VAT = cents/kwh This is a credit meter tariff. Meters are typically read every three months. Estimated charges are raised in months where no meter readings are taken and these are reversed when actual consumption is charged for. A deposit to cover up to three months consumption is required. This is periodically reviewed and increased deposits may be charged where required. A separate meter connected to the cooking equipment is required for this tariff. This tariff has been deemed as no longer cost reflective and has been phased out. Consumers opting off this tariff need to combine the supply via a single main circuit breaker. Details can be obtained from the customer service centre. INDUSTRIAL WATER HEATING & PUMPING - SCALE 6 & 7 Typical Customers Service Energy Commercial and Industrial Customers who use equipment which can be switched off for fixed periods every day. These tariffs are in addition to a Scale 1 or Scale 2 connection and cannot be selected in addition to a Bulk Supply Agreement tariff. R VAT = R per month for each point of supply, whether electricity is used or not. No service charge for religious buildings. Scale 6: 3 hour interruption - 16h00 to 19h00, Monday to Friday VAT = cents/kwh 8 SECTION A

12 BUSINESS TARIFFS continued Scale 7: 6 hour interruption - 07h30 to 10h30 and 16h00 to 19h00, Monday to Friday VAT = cents/kwh Monthly R VAT = R per kwh of installed capacity, but not less than Minimum R VAT = R General Availability This is a credit meter tariff which requires the installation of a separate meter to the heating/pumping equipment. Meters are read, and estimated charges and deposits are raised as per Scale 1 or Scale 2. This tariff has been deemed as no longer cost reflective or effective and is in the process of been phased out. Consumers opting off this tariff need to combine the supply via a single main circuit breaker. Details can be obtained from the customer service centre. BUSINESS & GENERAL - SCALE 10 Typical Customers Service Energy General Small Commercial Customers who use electricity mainly during the day or intermittently. Supply size is 60A via a prepayment meter. The service charge is included in the energy charge VAT = cents/kwh This is a prepayment meter tariff. Customers pay for electricity in advance using tokens or encoded numbers purchased from ethekwini Electricity Customer Service Centres or Agents. Customers on this tariff should periodically review their tariff as changes in consumption pattern could result in an alternative tariff becoming cheaper. BUSINESS & GENERAL - SCALE 11 Typical Customers Service Energy General Small Commercial Customers who use electricity mainly during the day or intermittently. Supply size is 40A via a prepaymenty meter. Aimed at customers in newly electrified areas. The service charge is included in the energy charge VAT = cents/kwh This is a prepayment meter tariff that was aimed at business customers in newly electrified areas who were unable to afford the cost of a connection up front. Customers pay for electricity in advance using tokens or encoded numbers purchased from ethekwini Electricity Customer Service Centres or Agents. Customers on this tariff should periodically review their tariff as changes in consumption pattern could result in an alternative tariff becoming cheaper. SECTION A 9

13 BULK SUPPLY AGREEMENT TARIFFS Introduction Bulk Supply Agreements are entered into for a minimum period of one year. They are intended for those customers who use electricity on a continuous basis throughout the year. The Bulk Supply Agreements are divided into conventional bulk and time-of-use tariffs. Conventional bulk tariffs include the LV2-Part, the LV and ST3-Part. Conventional and General Tariff Terms Maximum Demand The highest half-hourly demand in kva taken by the customer at any time in the month. Restricted Demand The highest half-hourly demand in kva taken by the customer between 16h30 and 18h30, Monday to Friday. Energy Measured in kwh throughout the month. Excess Weekend The highest half-hourly demand in kva taken by the customer between 07h00 and 20h00 on Demand Saturdays and Sundays in excess of the Maximum Demand during other periods excluding Night Demand periods. Excess Night The highest half-hourly demand in kva taken by the customer during {22h00-06h00 (Monday Demand to Friday) 00h00-07h00 (Saturday & Sunday) 20h00-24h00 (Saturday & Sunday)} in excess of which ever is the greater of the Maximum Demand or Weekend Demand. Notified Maximum The maximum demand notified in writing by the customer which the customer requires to Demand be in a position to demand and remains in force for one year. The Notified Maximum Demand may be reduced by giving one month s notice, the revised Notified Maximum Demand shall remain in force for a further period of one year. The Notified Maximum Demand is used for calculating the minimum charge which is based on 70% of the Notified Maximum Demand. Notified Minimum The minimum half-hourly demand notified in writing by the customer for the purpose of Demand claiming a discount and accepted as the minimum value to be used for calculating the Maximum Demand. The Notified Minimum Demand remains in force for one year and may be reduced by giving one month s notice, the revised Notified Minimum Demand shall remain in force for a further period of one year. Month Conventional tariffs have a billing month of approximately 30 days and meter readings are taken in the last five working days of the month. Time-of-Use tariffs have a calendar billing month and meter readings are from midnight at the start of the first day of the month to midnight at the end of the last day of the month. 10 SECTION A

14 BULK SUPPLY AGREEMENT TARIFFS continued Time-of-Use Tariff Terms High Demand The period from 1 June to 31 August inclusive. Period Low Demand The period from 1 September to 31 May inclusive. Period Peak, Standard The different times during the day, as shown in the graph below, during which varying and Off-Peak energy and demand charges apply. Periods Maximum Demand The highest half-hourly demand in kva taken by the customer during Peak and Standard periods in the month. Overall Maximum The highest half-hourly demand in kva taken by the customer at any time in the month. Demand Energy Measured in kwh during Peak, Standard and Off-Peak periods during the days of the month according to the graph below. Time - of - Use Weekdays 2 BULK SUPPLY 20 Saturday Sunday Peak Standard Off-Peak SECTION A 11

15 BULK SUPPLY AGREEMENT TARIFFS continued LOW VOLTAGE TWO-PART TARIFF (LV2-PART) Typical Customers Service Maximum Demand Energy General Discount General Availability Commercial and Industrial Customers supplied at 400V and use electricity fairly consistently throughout the month. R VAT = R whether electricity is used or not. R VAT = R /kVA First 5 000kWh, VAT = cents/kwh Next kWh, VAT = cents/kwh Remainder VAT = cents/kwh 1% For a Notified Minimum Demand of 2 000kVA. Duration of Agreement Agreements have a minimum duration of 12 months and may be terminated thereafter upon one calendar month s written notice. Minimum s The minimum charges is based upon the greater of: 70% of the Maximum Notified Demand or the Notified Minimum Demand. As part of our tariff rationalisation process the LV-2 Part Bulk Agreement is no longer available as a tariff to which customers may convert. 12 SECTION A

16 BULK SUPPLY AGREEMENT TARIFFS continued LOW VOLTAGE (LV3-PART) & SUPER TENSION (ST3-PART) Typical Customers Commercial and Industrial Customers who are supplied at 400V using over 100kVA, or at V, use electricity throughout the month and who are able to restrict their electricity consumption during the late afternoon. LV3 400V ST V Service LV3 R VAT = R ST3 No per month, whether electricity used or not. Maximum LV3 R VAT = R /kVA Demand ST3 R VAT = R /kVA Restricted LV3 R VAT = R /kVA Demand ST3 R VAT = R /kVA Discount Energy LV VAT = cents/kwh ST VAT = cents/kwh General Notified LV3 ST3 Discount Minimum Demand N/A 1% N/A 1% N/A 2% N/A 3% N/A 4% General Availability Duration of Agreement Agreements have a minimum duration of 12 months and may be terminated thereafter upon one calendar month s written notice. Minimum s In the case of Low Voltage tariffs, minimum charges for agreements signed prior to 1 January 2000 are based upon 70% of the Maximum Notified Demand; the minimum charge for agreements signed after 1 January 2000 is based upon the greater of: 70% of Notified Maximum Demand, or 100kVA. In the case of the ST3 tariff for V, Minimum charges are based upon the greater of: 70% of Notified Maximum Demand, the Minimum Notified Demand, or kva. The ST3 - Part Bulk Supply Agreement is no longer available as a tariff to which customers may convert. SECTION A 13

17 BULK SUPPLY AGREEMENT TARIFFS continued EXCESS NIGHT & WEEKEND DEMAND OPTIONS Typical Industrial and Commercial Bulk Supply Customers who are able to shift electricity consumption to Customers Night and Weekends such that these demands are higher than normal weekday daytime demand. Only available for conventional Bulk and where the existing supply has sufficient capacity to cater for increased Night and Weekend demands. Service LV3-Part R VAT = R per month ST3-Part R VAT = R per month LV2-Part R VAT = R per month Excess Weekend LV3-Part R VAT = R /kVA Demand ST3-Part R VAT = R /kVA LV2-Part R VAT = R /kVA Excess Night LV3-Part R VAT = R5.0630/kVA Demand ST3-Part R VAT = R3.6974/kVA LV2-Part R VAT = R5.5187/kVA Time Periods indicated on page SECTION A

18 BULK SUPPLY AGREEMENT TARIFFS continued TIME-OF-USE TARIFFS (TOU) Typical Industrial and Commercial Customers having Notified Minimum Overall Demands of 500kVA Customers or above. Maximum Measured during Peak and Standard periods Demand R VAT = R /kVA Active High Demand (June to August) Energy Peak VAT = cents/kwh Standard VAT = cents/kwh Off-Peak VAT = cents/kwh Low Demand (September to May) Peak VAT = cents/kwh Standard VAT = cents/kwh Off-Peak VAT = cents/kwh Transmission 1.00% To be raised on the sum of Maximum Demand and Energy. Surcharge Technical 3.00% To be raised on Energy cost only. Losses Voltage To be raised on the sum of Maximum Demand, Energy and Technical losses. Surcharge Voltage Surcharge Distribution Surcharge 275kV 132kV 33kV 11kV 6.6kV 400V To be raised on Total sum of above cost. Notified Minimum Demand > 150MVA > 100MVA > 50MVA > 25MVA < 25MVA 0.00% 2.25% 3.00% 10.50% 12.75% 22.50% Surcharge 0.00% 0.50% 1.00% 1.50% 2.00% SECTION A 15

19 BULK SUPPLY AGREEMENT TARIFFS continued General Time Periods Duration of Agreement Agreements have a minimum duration of 12 months and may be terminated thereafter upon one calendar month s written notice. The minimum Maximum Demand s payable is the maximum of: - 70% Of the Notified Maximum Demand - The Notified Minimum Demand kva Time periods for Peak, Standard and Off-Peak periods during High and Low Periods are as follows: HIGH DEMAND (1 JUNE - 31 AUG) / LOW DEMAND (1 SEP - 31 MAY) TIME PERIODS 22:00-06:00 06:00-07:00 07:00-10:00 10:00-12:00 12:00-18:00 18:00-20:00 20:00-22:00 MON - FRI OFF-PEAK STANDARD PEAK STANDARD STANDARD PEAK STANDARD SAT OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK STANDARD STANDARD OFF-PEAK STANDARD OFF-PEAK SUN OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK The time periods applicable on public holidays in 2008 / 2009 shall be as follows: Date 1 May June August September December December December January March April April April May June 2009 Public Holiday Workers Day Youth Day National Women s Day Heritage Day Day of Reconciliation Christmas Day Day of Goodwill New Years s Day Human Rights Day Good Friday Family Day Freedom Day Public Holiday Youth Day Actual Day of the week Thursday Monday Saturday Wednesday Tuesday Thursday Friday Thursday Saturday Friday Monday Monday Sunday Tuesday TOU treated as Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Sunday Sunday Sunday Saturday Sunday Sunday Saturday Sunday Saturday The time periods applicable on public holidays in future will be notified to consumers annually in advance. 16 SECTION A

20 BULK SUPPLY AGREEMENT TARIFFS continued CUSTOMISED PRICING AGREEMENTS EThekwini Electricity is prepared to enter into discussions regarding Customised Pricing Agreements in certain instances, these include: Discounts for large (>5 000kVA) newly established industries that would not be viable without a discounted electricity price. Co-generation proposals. Steam Service Providers. Agreements are negotiated on the basis of a return on capital equipment that would not otherwise be obtained and provided that they do not discriminate between similar customers. These agreements are generally three-way agreements between Eskom, ethekwini Electricity and the customer. Eskom s role normally includes an appropriately selected reduction in purchase price. For more information contact: (031) /6/7 CONVERSION BETWEEN TARIFFS A change in tariff often requires a change in the metering, for which a free is charged. For Example: Converting from a Scale 1: Business and General tariff to a Scale 2: Two-Rate tariff requires the installation of a two rate meter. Installation of Bulk meter requires the existence of a meter panel, the removal of the existing meter and installation of an electronic bulk meter. These charges are detailed in the First Schedule to the Electricity Supply Bylaws. Any queries in this regard may be directed towards the Customer Services staff of the appropriate Region at any of the customer service centres listed on the front cover page. Compliance Certificate Customers are advised to obtain compliance certificates for any electrical work carried out (irrespective of the cost or size of the work carried out). EThekwini Electricity reserves the right to request, at any time, proof of compliance for any electrical installation and the customer is ultimately responsible for the electrical installation at his/her premises. SECTION A 17

21 ADVISORY SERVICES TARIFFS AND LOAD MANAGEMENT EThekwini Electricity works closely with Eskom s advisory services to provide advice on tariffs, load management and alternate energy supplies to commercial and industrial customers. For more information contact: (031) /5/6/7 QUALITY OF SUPPLY SERVICES The Quality of Supply section of Transmission Operations is responsible for conducting power quality investigations. These investigations are in accordance with the standards reflected in the NRS 048 set of documents and concentrate primarily on Voltage Dips, Harmonics, Regulation, Unbalance, Frequency Flicker. The guideline tariffs for the various services are as follows: Single and three-phase (Regulation, Interruptions, Dips, Unbalance): R (incl. VAT) Single and three-phase (Regulation, Interruptions, Dips, Unbalance and Harmonics): R (incl. VAT) s for investigations for Flicker to be advised. Dip events may be viewed on ethekwini Electricity s website at For more information contact: (031) POWER FACTOR CORRECTION EThekwini Electricity s Bulk tariff charges encourage the user to maintain a high power factor (nearly unity) in his electrical network. This is done by having a Demand charge, the cost of which can be reduced by having the Power factor corrected. The power factor can be improved by installing Power Factor Correcting Equipment, the cost of which is often recovered in a few months by the savings made in reduced electricity bills. Low power factors are caused mainly by induction motors and fluorescent lights and compensation may be applied to individual pieces of equipment, in stages by automatic switching, or in bulk at the supply intake position. Advice on the most economic system for a given installation is available for specialist firms or ethekwini Electricity. Example: Tariff LV3-Part Demand = R /kVA If your maximum demand is 0.70pf Maximum Demand = 714kVA Max. Demand = 714 x R = R If you correct the pf to 0.99 Maximum Demand = 505kVA Max. Demand = 505 x R = R Saving of approximately R /month on the Demand charge. For more information contact: (031) /6/7 18 SECTION A

22 METHODS OF PAYMENT The following methods of payment are available: 1) Direct Debits - The simplest and safest method. 2) By Cheque - Cheques can be posted. 3) In Person - Payment can be made at: Consolidated Billing Offices Consolidated Billing Agencies Electricity Customer Services Centres Post Offices Pick n Pays Standard Bank Branches (a charge will be levied by the bank for this service), or Shoprite Checkers Quickspar A list of payment methods and pay points is printed on the reverse of accounts. Please note that there are occasionally delays in advice of payment reaching us when accounts are paid at Post Offices. Ensure that payment is made before the due date to avoid arrears appearing on your account. SECTION A 19

23 THE METRO BILL (SAMPLE) THE METRO BILL FROM METRO REVENUE PO Box 828,Durban 4000 Tel: (031) (Switchboard) Tel: (031) (Account queries only) Fax: (031) Mr R.Duwarka PO BOX 16 DURBAN 4000 TAX INVOICE VAT REGISTRATION NO N.B. SEE NOTES OVERLEAF PAYMENT OPTIONS AND IMPORTANT NOTES ARE DETAILED OVERLEAF ACCOUNT NUMBER REKENING NOMMER DATE OF ACCOUNT REKENING DATUM PAYMENT MADE AFTER THIS DATE WILL BE REFLECRTED ON YOUR NEXT ACCOUNT GUARANTEE DEPOSIT Use this number whenever you have a query. Account date. Address This is the tariff. Scale 3 & 4 apply to residences while scale 1 is for business and general use. REFERENCES ACCOUNT DETAILS BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD PAYMENT - THANK YOU ELECTRICITY ACCOUNT-FOR METER READING QUERIES, PHONE ADDRESS SCALE 04A - RESIDENTIAL METER NBR. 00B ROUTINE FROM 05 FEB 2004 TO 05 MAY 2004 BASIC * KWH AMOUNT CR This Amount shows what was due on the last account, and what you have paid Since then This amount shows which meter has advanced. The electricity used between these two dates costs this... The meter number for this connection is shown here. LESS ESTIMATED CHARGES FROM 10 FEB 2004 TO 10 APRIL 2004 BASIC METER NBR. 00B ESTIMATED CONSUMPTION FROM 05 MAY 2004 TO 11 MAY 2004 BASIC 167KWH IMPORTANT NOTICE CR You have already been billed these estimated amounts for those months when the meter was not read. The reading is for this period... The start reading was this... VAT RAISED ON ITEMS* TOTAL AMOUNT PAYABLE BY We estimated you would have used this amount between the date your meter was read and the date of your bill. This is the amount due. And the end reading was this SECTION A

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