Resolution No. 2943, effective January 1, 2022
Service is available to District customers at primary voltages of 7.2 KV where the connected load is in excess of 1,000 kw. Customers may be subject to the New and Increased Large Load (NAILL) policy.
Character of Service:
Service under this Schedule is three phase, at a primary voltage specified by the District. Energy and demand amounts will be measured at or near the point(s) of delivery.
- $1.58 per day for three phase, plus
- $0.04580 per kilowatt hour, plus
- $5.45 per kilowatt per month of heavy load hour (HLH) billing demand
- $3.20 per kilowatt per month for each kilowatt the light load hour (LLH) billing demand exceeds the HLH billing demand
Demand Charge (Customer owned transmission and distribution facilities):
- $3.06 per kilowatt per month of heavy load hour (HLH) billing demand
- $1.02 per kilowatt per month for each kilowatt the light load hour (LLH) billing demand exceeds the HLH billing demand
HLH and LLH shall have the meaning as given in the applicable BPA General Rate Schedule Provisions.
The minimum charge is $500.00 per month.
Determination of Demand:
HLH billing demand is the greatest 30 minute average kilowatt delivery during the HLH period.
LLH billing demand is the greatest 30 minute average kilowatt delivery during the LLH period. LLH billing demand is reduced by the HLH billing demand for the month but will not be less than 0.
Customers with more than one metered point of delivery, may have coincident billing demand amounts aggregated at the District’s discretion.
The demand measuring interval may be five minutes at the option of the District. Demand is to be expressed in kilowatts to the nearest kilowatt.
Power factor shall be calculated using measured kilowatt-hours (KWh) and kilovoltampere-hours (KVAh).
When average power factor delivered during a billing period is less than 0.95;
Billing demand shall be multiplied by .95 and divided by the Average Power Factor to determine the power factor adjustment.
The power factor adjustment will be applied at the customers applicable demand rate.
Average power factor is determined as follows:
The District shall not be obligated to deliver power to the customer when power factor below 0.80.
The amount of the total of any or all revenue, kilowatt hour, or other form of tax hereafter imposed by any municipal, federal or state taxing body upon the District shall be apportioned by the Commission of the District according to the territory in which such tax or taxes may be effective and among the various different classes of service furnished therein and shall constitute an additional charge to any amounts which may be billed to any customer under any rate schedule or special contract covered by this resolution.