This schedule is available in all territories served by the Cooperative, subject to the Cooperative’s established Service Rules and Regulations.
Applicable to non-residential single-phase and three-phase consumers whose monthly demand never exceeds 1,000 kW.
Type of Service
Service under this schedule shall be single-phase or three-phase, 60 cycles, at one of the following voltages: 120/240, 120/208, or 240/480. Motors in excess of one (1) horsepower shall be connected to operate on not less than 208 volts. Motors having a rated capacity in excess of 10 horsepower must be three-phase. However, single-phase motors in excess of 10 horsepower may be served under this Schedule provided the consumer installs a phase converter for the operation of the same. Motors having a rated capacity of 20 or more horsepower must have reduced voltage starters.
Basic Facilities Charges:
Where the monthly billed demand is less than 100 kW the demand and energy charge shall be calculated using the charges and blocks directly below.
|First 15 kW||$ 0.00 per kW|
|All kW over 15||$ 9.50 per kW|
|First 2,500 kWh||12.88 ¢ per kWh|
|Next 7,500 kWh||9.18 ¢ per kWh|
|Next 40,000 kWh||7.76 ¢ per kWh|
|All kWh over 50,000||6.60 ¢ per kWh|
Where the monthly billed demand is 100 kW or greater the charges shall be the lower of the demand and energy charges shown above or the energy charge shown below.
|All kWh||16.97 ¢ per kWh|
Minimum Monthly Charge
The minimum monthly charge shall be the highest of the following charges as determined for the consumer in question:
- The appropriate Basic Facilities Charge as stated above, or
- The minimum monthly charge specified in the consumer’s contract for power.
Determination of Billing Demand
The billing demand shall be the highest of the following:
- The maximum kilowatt demand established for a period of 15 consecutive minutes during the month, as may be adjusted for power factor as provided below,
- Fifty (50) percent of the contract demand, or
- The minimum billing demand is stated in the consumer’s power contract.
Power Factor Adjustment
The consumer agrees to maintain a unity power factor as nearly as practicable. Demand charges will be adjusted for consumers with 50 kW or more of measured demand to correct for an average power factor lower than 90 percent, and may be so adjusted for other consumers if the Cooperative deems it necessary. Such adjustments will be made by increasing the measured demand by 1 percent for each 1 percent that the average power factor is less than 90 percent lagging.
Condition of Service
Prior to the procurement of electric motors and actual service connection thereto, the consumer shall consult with the Cooperative to verify service characteristics and agree on service conditions. The consumer shall install or have installed protective devices on all electric motors and equipment to protect same in case the supply of electricity shall fail or be interrupted, or become defective through the act of God, or the public enemy, or state, municipal, or public authority, or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of the Cooperative. The Cooperative shall not be liable for such failure, interruption, or defect.
Wholesale Power Cost Adjustment
The Cooperative’s approved Wholesale Power Cost Adjustment shall be applicable to all services supplied under this Schedule.
Any applicable State and local sales taxes will be added to all services billed under this Schedule.