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Schedule XIII

Schedule XIII - Large Industrial Rate LPB2

 

For commercial members whose service requirements exceed 5000KW. The tariff is for three phase applications and mirrors the LPC1A tariff but offers some flexibility in the contract demand.

Applicable - to the entire territory served.

Available - to all commercial which are or shall be members of the Owen Electric Cooperative where the monthly contract demand is 5,000 KW or over with a monthly energy usage equal to or greater than 425 hours per kW of contract demand.

 

Rates:

Demand Charge
$7.25 Per kW of Billing Demand
 
$9.98 Per kW of Demand in Excess of
Contract Demand
Customer Charge $3,042.58 Per Month
KWH Charge $0.04450 Per kWh for all kWh equal to
425 hours per kW of billing demands

$0.04363 Per kWh for all kWh in excess of
425 hours per kW of billing demands

Billing Demand - The billing demand (kilowatt demand) shall be the contract demand plus any excess demand. Excess demand occurs when the consumer's peak demand during the current month exceeds the contract demand. The consumer's peak demand is the highest average rate at which energy is used during any fifteen-minute interval in the hours listed for each month (and adjusted for power factor as provided herein):

Month
Hours Applicable for Demand Billing - EST
October through April 7:00 AM - 12:00 Noon; 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
May through September 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Billing Energy - The billing energy shall be the contract demand multiplied by 425 hours or the actual energy used in the current month by the customer, whichever is greater.

Minimum Month Charge - The minimum monthly charge shall not be less than the sum of (1), (2), and (3) below:

(1) The product of the contract demand multiplied by the contract demand charge, plus the product of the demand in excess of the contract demand multiplied by the in excess of contract demand charge.

(2) The product of the billing demand multiplied by 425 hours and the energy charge per kWh.

(3) The customer charge.

Power Factor Adjustment - The consumer agrees to maintain a unity power factor as nearly as practicable at each delivery point at the time of the monthly maximum demand. When the power factor is determined to be less than 90%, the monthly maximum demand at the delivery point will be adjusted by multiplying the actual monthly maximum demand by the 90% and dividing this product by the actual power factor at the time of the monthly maximum demand.

Fuel Adjustment Clause - The monthly kilowatt-hour usage shall be subject to plus or minus an adjustment per kWh determined in accordance with the "Fuel Adjustment Clause".

Special Provisions
1. Delivery point - If service is furnished at secondary voltage, the delivery point shall be the metering point unless otherwise specified in the contract for service. All wiring, poles, lines, and other electrical equipment on the load side of the delivery point shall be owned and maintained by the consumer.

2. If service is furnished at the Seller's primary line voltage, the delivery point shall be the point of attachment of Seller's primary line to the consumer's transformer structure unless otherwise specified in the contract for service. All wiring, poles, lines, and other electrical equipment (except metering equipment) on the load side of the delivery point shall be owned and maintained by the consumer.

Terms of Payment - The above rates are net, the gross being five percent (5%) higher. In the event the current monthly bill is not paid within fifteen (15) days from the date the bill was rendered, the prompt payment discount will be forfeited and the gross amount shall apply.

This tariff is subject to the Energy Emergency Control Program as filed with the Kentucky Energy Regulatory Commission (now the Public Service Commission) on February 23, 1981, in Administrative Case No. 240, and as approved by the Commission's Order of March 31, 1981.

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