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Rate 602

RATE 602

THREE-PHASE SERVICE WITH RESIDENCE

AVAILABILITY

Available only to existing services and their present loading and characteristic. Service under this rate is provided on a yearly basis. This service is not applicable as standby service. This rate is not available for new members.  If a residence is not connected this rate shall not apply.

 

CHARACTER OF SERVICE

Existing voltages and transformer capacities.

 

MONTHLY RATE

  • Consumer Charge - $85.00 per month
    • Metered demand is used in determining energy charge before any residential allowances are deducted.
  • Demand Charge applicable for all billing kWs - $ 15.30 per kW
  • Energy Charge applicable for all billing kWs - $.0484 per kWh

 

DETERMINATION OF BILLING DEMAND

The billing demand shall be the maximum kilowatt demand established by the consumer for any period of fifteen (15) consecutive minutes during the month for which the billing is rendered as indicated or recorded by a demand meter and adjusted for power factor as provided below.

 

An 8 kW demand credit will be applied against the actual demand reading for demand charge calculation.

 

POWER FACTOR

The consumer agrees to maintain unity power factor as nearly as practical. The REMC reserves the right to measure such power factor at any time. Should such measurements indicate that the power factor is less than  97 percent, the demand for billing purposes will be adjusted for average monthly lagging power factor by multiplying the demand as indicated or recorded on the demand meter by 97 percent and divided by the percent power factor.

 

MINIMUM MONTHLY CHARGE

The minimum monthly charge shall be the highest of the following:

  1. The consumer charge, or
  2. The specified contract amount.

 

CONDITION OF SERVICE

  1. Service shall be provided based upon the REMC’s rules and regulations.
  2. Only existing members may continue on this rate.
  3. All motors in excess of 10 horsepower will be three phase unless approved by the REMC.
  4. All motors or apparatus with inrush current in excess of 250 amps at 240 volts shall require REMC approval.
  5. Single-phase service to phase converters will be by the REMC approval only. The single largest motor shall not exceed 50 horsepower and total connected motors shall not exceed 100 horsepower.
  6. The REMC may require corrective measures or devices for any motor or apparatus, which in the opinion of the REMC will cause voltage fluctuation, harmonics or other power conditions. Unless otherwise permitted, the maximum primary voltage fluctuation is 3 percent or IEEE Standard 519.
  7. The member shall be responsible for installing under voltage or loss of phase relays for the protection of the member’s equipment.
  8. All wiring, pole lines, wire and other electrical equipment beyond the point where the service wires of the member connect to the service wires of the REMC shall be considered the distribution system of the member and shall be furnished and maintained by the member, except that metering equipment shall be furnished and maintained by the REMC.

 

RATE ADJUSTMENT

The above rates are subject to the following charges and conditions:

POWER AND FUEL COST ADJUSTMENT (REFER TO APPENDIX A)
TERMS OF PAYMENT (REFER TO APPENDIX B)
NONRECURRING CHARGES (REFER TO APPENDIX B)
CUSTOMER DEPOSITS (REFER TO APPENDIX C)
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