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All Electric Residential

CITY OF LOGAN LIGHT & POWER
RATE SCHEDULE #2


ALL ELECTRIC RESIDENTIAL, GEOTHERMAL, GROUND-SOURCE, OR GEO-EXCHANGE HEATING AND COOLING




EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011


APPLICATION FOR SPACE HEATING AND COOLING:

This rate is for permanently-installed geothermal, ground-source, or geo-exchange heat pump systems used for both heating and cooling conditioned space in residences that do not utilize any electric thermal resistive elements.


The geothermal, ground-source, or geo-exchange heat pump system shall be the only source of space heating & cooling for the residence. The applicant must agree to a home inspection of the heat pump system by the city, or by the city’s agent, to qualify for this reduced rate schedule.


Customers who qualify for this rate schedule are subject to all of the same provisions, requirements, obligations, fees, minimum charges, and regulations as annotated in Logan City’s Electric Service Rate Schedule #1 “Residential Service”, except qualified customers under this rate schedule shall have a “flat”energy rate charged throughout the entire month with a 10% discount below the minimum tier as designated in the current applicable Rate Schedule #1.

Alternate Energy Net Metering

CITY OF LOGAN LIGHT & POWER
RATE SCHEDULE #10


ALTERNATE ENERGY NET METERING





Availability:

At any point on the City’s interconnected system where there are facilities of adequate capacity.


Application:

This schedule is for electric service applications for customers that have alternate renewable electric power generation on the customer side of the meter. This schedule is intended for customers that generate electric energy from renewable sources that they would otherwise purchase from the City utility.


A customers generating facility used for net metering shall be equipped with metering equipment that can measure the flow of electricity in both directions. The city will install a meter capable of measuring bi-directional energy flow at the customer’s expense. The normal cost of a meter will be deducted from the cost of the bi-directional meter. 


This will normally be accomplished through use of a single bidirectional meter. At the customer’s request and expense an additional meter may be installed for the customer’s purposes. Other requirements are outlined in the Logan City Light and Power Net Metering Policy.


The customer shall adhere to all service and billing requirements including the installation of approved metering equipment as per Logan City Electric Service Requirements.


Energy Rate for Energy Purchased by the Customer:

The City shall credit the Customer in kilowatt-hours (kWH) at a ratio of 1:1 for any excess production of their generating facility that exceeds the customer’s on-site consumption of kWh in the billing period each month. Excess energy generated by the customer which would otherwise be purchased from the utility will offset energy at the full retail rates up to the amount of energy the customer uses each month.  Excess energy generated beyond the customers use during daytime hours will be purchased by the utility at the rate specified below. Energy generated during the night time, through battery backup systems, will not be purchased under this schedule.


Residential customers will be charged the current Rate Schedule 1. Commercial customers will be charged under the applicable current Commercial Rate Schedule which they qualify for based on criteria in the electric rate schedules. All of the rate schedules may be changed from time to time.


Energy Rate for Excess Energy Sold to the Utility:

$0.05 per kWh for all kWh’s


Seasonal Service:

This schedule is not available as a seasonal service.


Service Charges:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining to fees and service charges.


Connection Fee:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining to fees, service charges and re-read fees.  Additional requirements and options for this particular schedule are outlined in the Logan City Light and Power Net Metering Policy.


FORCE MAJEURE:
Neither the City nor Customer shall be subject to any liability or damages due to the inability of the City to serve the Customer’s load due to lack of available power and energy or other conditions beyond the City's control. In the event of natural disasters or acts of God such as earthquakes, floods, or severe storms, neither party shall be liable for damages due to lack of ability for operations which affect the other party economically or in any other way. Should any of the foregoing occur, no minimum billing fees shall be added to the customers’ bill during the time the customer cannot accept service.  Any applicable fees shall resume at the time the customer is able to accept service.

General Service - Distribution Voltage

CITY OF LOGAN LIGHT & POWER DEPARTMENT
RATE SCHEDULE #6


GENERAL SERVICE - DISTRIBUTION VOLTAGE




EFFECTIVE DATE: September 1, 2013


AVAILABILITY:

At any point on the City’s interconnected system where there are facilities of adequate capacity.


APPLICATION:

This schedule is for alternating current, single, or three-phase electric service supplied at the City’s available voltage through one kilowatt-hour meter at a single point of delivery for all service required on the premises, except by written permission of the Director of the Light & Power Department, or his assigned representative. All meters will be of the Demand Register type unless determined by City Electric Meter Department to be otherwise.


The customer shall adhere to all service and billing requirements including the installation of approved metering equipment as per Logan City Electric Service Requirements.


CUSTOMER SERVICE CHARGE:

Not applicable at present.


MINIMUM BILLING:

$7.60 for single phase service.
$11.40 for three phase service.


DEMAND RATE:
$0.00 per kW for the first 5 kW
$11.58 per kW for all additional kW


ENERGY RATE:
$0.09788 per kWh for the first 1,500 kWh
$0.05002 per kWh for all additional kWh


POWER FACTOR:

The Power Factor adjustment applies only to customers with three phase service. This rate will be based on the Customer maintaining at all times a power factor between 95% lagging and 95% leading, or higher, as determined by measurement. If the Power Factor at the time of the monthly peak demand is found to be less than 95% lagging or leading, the monthly kilowatt demand, as recorded by the City’s meter, will be increased by 3/4 of 1% for every 1% that the Power Factor is less than 95%.


DEMAND:

The Kilowatt Demand is based on 15-minute period of Customer’s greatest use during the month determined to the nearest kW.


SEASONAL SERVICE:

Customers with annually recurring periods of seasonal use, where service is discontinued during part of a year may be contracted under this schedule. Seasonal Service will be determined by actual monthly energy and demand charges.

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining to connection fees, service charges and re-read fees.


SERVICE CHARGES:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining to fees, service charges and re-read fees.


CONNECTION FEE:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining to fees, service charges and re-read fees.


FORCE MAJEURE:

Neither the City nor Customer shall be subject to any liability or damages due to the inability of the City to serve the Customer’s load due to lack of available power and energy or other conditions beyond the City's control. In the event of natural disasters or acts of God such as earthquakes, floods, or severe storms, neither party shall be liable for damages due to lack of ability for operations which affect the other party economically. Should any of the foregoing occur, the minimum billing demands that would otherwise be applicable under this Schedule shall be waived and Customer will have no liability for service charges until such time as Customer is reasonably able to resume service.

High Volume Industrial Service

CITY OF LOGAN LIGHT & POWER
RATE SCHEDULE #7


HIGH VOLUME INDUSTRIAL SERVICE




EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011


AVAILABILITY:

This service is available to customers who have a high volume power demand of an industrial nature through one or more points of delivery. Power will be delivered at any point on the City’s interconnected system where there are facilities of adequate capacity. If an extension of the existing lines and additional equipment will be required, the Customer will be responsible for such line extension costs, easements and/or Right of Ways and any additional equipment costs.


APPLICATION:

This schedule is for alternating current, three-phase electric service supplied at 2400 volts or less. The load of multiple meters will be coincidized into one billing unit of demand and energy and billed as one load. The customers total coincidized load must be one megawatt or greater at least 7 months of the previous 12 months, through multiple points of delivery for all service required on the premises. Each meter that is coincidized into the total load must have at least 200 kilowatts of monthly 15-minute peak demand for at least 7 months of the previous 12 months in order to maintain this rate schedule. A new customer will be eligible for this rate at the time they meet the total load of one megawatt and the individual 200 kilowatt per meter load requirements above.


The customer must have at least a 50 percent monthly coincidized load factor. The customer must also maintain a 95 percent power factor leading or lagging at the time of the monthly coincidized peak kW, or be subject to power factor penalties as described below.


The Customer shall adhere to all service and billing requirements including the installation of approved metering equipment as per Logan City Electric Service Requirements.



MONTHLY BILLING RATES:


DEMAND AND ENERGY CHARGES:
Demand Rate:
$16.86 per kW for all kW
Energy Rate: $0.0364 per kWh for all kWh’s


DEMAND:

The billing demand is based on the highest 15-minute average kilowatt demand for the billing period. Where more than one meter is coincidized into the total aggregate load, the demand will be based on the total coincidized 15-minute demand.


ENERGY:

The Customer will be billed for electric energy in kilowatt-hours delivered by the City to the Customer during the billing period, as shown by or computed from the readings of the City’s energy meters. For customers with more than one meter, the sum of the kilowatt hours for each meter shall be used to determine the total kilowatt-hours used.


POWER FACTOR:

This rate will be based on the Customer maintaining at all times a power factor between 95% lagging and 95% leading, or higher, as determined by measurement. If the Power Factor at the time of the monthly peak demand is found to be less than 95% lagging or leading, the monthly kilowatt demand, as recorded by the City’s meter, will be increased by ¾ of 1% for every 1% that the Power Factor is less than 95%.


METERING REQUIREMENTS:

Metering for this type of service will require an electronic meter capable of measuring 15-minute demand intervals, 15-minute energy usage, monthly totals, and previous months totals for several quantities, including but not limited to, kilowatts, kilovars and kilowatt-hours. The exact type of meter will be determined by the Logan City Light and Power Department. All meters served under this rate will require appropriate remote telephone line access supplied by, paid for, and maintained by the Customer. The line or lines must be made available to Logan City Light and Power for meter reading and monitoring prior to being served under this rate schedule and during the term of service under this rate schedule.


CONTRACT TERM:

This rate is for customers with permanent operations and installations. Seasonal service is not available under this rate.


FORCE MAJEURE:

Neither the City nor Customer shall be subject to any liability or damages due to the inability of the City to serve the Customer’s load due to lack of available power and energy or other conditions beyond the City's control. In the event of natural disasters or acts of God such as earthquakes, floods, or severe storms, neither party shall be liable for damages due to lack of ability for operations which affect the other party economically. Should any of the foregoing occur, the minimum billing demands that would otherwise be applicable under this Schedule shall be waived and Customer will have no liability for service charges until such time as Customer is reasonably able to resume service.


CONNECTION FEE:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining to fees, service charges and re-read fees.

High Volume Supplemental Service

CITY OF LOGAN LIGHT & POWER DEPARTMENT
RATE SCHEDULE #8


HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE
FOR CUSTOMERS WITH CRSP ALLOCATIONS




EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011


AVAILABILITY:

This service is available to Customers with a contract with United States Department of Energy’s Western Area Power Administration (Western) for an allocation of Colorado River Storage Project Power (CRSP), provided that such allocation represents no more than 15 percent of the Customer’s annual power requirements. Supplemental power will be delivered at any point on the City’s interconnected system where there are facilities of adequate capacity. If an extension of the existing 46 kV lines and additional equipment will be required, the Customer will be responsible for such line extension costs, easements and additional equipment costs.


APPLICATION:

This schedule is for alternating current, three-phase electric service supplied at approximately 46,000 volts and for supplemental service loads of 5 megawatts or greater, through up to two (2) points of delivery for all service required on the premises.


The Customer shall adhere to all service and billing requirements including the installation of approved metering equipment as per Logan City Electric Service Requirements.


MONTHLY BILL:


CUSTOMER SERVICE CHARGE: $326.00 per month.


MINIMUM BILLING: The monthly Customer Service Charges plus appropriate demand and energy charges.


DEMAND AND ENERGY CHARGES:
DEMAND RATE:
$12.54 per kW for all kW.
ENERGY RATE:
$0.0304 per kWh for all kWh’s.


DEMAND:

The kilowatt demand is based on the maximum 15-minute period of Customer’s greatest use during the month measured to the nearest kW, less the Customer’s CRSP Demand. In the event the Customer reduces or ceases operation or receipt of service for periods of one month or longer, the Customer will be required to pay for at least 65% of the maximum demand as measured during the previous twelve months along with Customer Service charges through the balance of the Contract Term.


The Customer’s CRSP Demand shall be the applicable Monthly Capacity (as defined in the Customer’s contract with Western) that the Customer is entitled to receive and that is scheduled during a billing period pursuant to the Customer’s contract with Western for Firm Electric Service, plus additional excess capacity that the Customer may purchase from Western and have scheduled; provided that the Customer shall not purchase such additional excess capacity if, after doing so, the Customer’s total purchases of capacity from Western in any month would exceed 12% of the Customer’s demand purchased from the City; and further provided that the amount of such capacity shall be reduced by 0.4% to account for transformer and line losses on the City’s electric system. In the event that Customer metering equipment is installed on the secondary side of the Customer’s equipment, appropriate additional losses will be applied to the CRSP Demand delivered to the Customer.


ENERGY:

The Customer will be billed for electric energy in kilowatt-hours delivered by the City to the Customer during the billing period, as shown by or computed from the readings of the City’s energy meters, less the customer’s CRSP Energy.


The Customer’s CRSP Energy shall be the applicable Monthly Energy (as defined in the Customer’s contract with Western) that the Customer is entitled to receive and that is scheduled during a billing period pursuant to the Customer’s contract with Western for Firm Electric Service, plus additional surplus hydro energy that the Customer may purchase from Western and have scheduled; provided that the Customer shall not purchase such additional surplus hydro energy, if after doing so, the Customer’s total purchases of energy from Western in any month would exceed 12% of the Customer’s energy purchased from the City; and further provided that the amount of such energy shall be reduced by 0.4% to account for transformer and line losses on the City’s electric system. In the event that Customer metering equipment is installed on the secondary side of the Customer’s equipment, appropriate additional losses will be applied to the CRSP Energy delivered to the Customer.


POWER FACTOR:

This rate will be based on the Customer maintaining at all times a power factor between 95% lagging and 95% leading, or higher, as determined by measurement. If the Power Factor at the time of the monthly peak demand is found to be less than 95% lagging or leading, the monthly kilowatt demand, as recorded by the City’s meter, will be increased by ¾ of 1% for every 1% that the Power Factor is less than 95%.


METERING REQUIREMENTS:

Metering for this type of service will require an electronic meter capable of measuring 15-minute demand intervals, hourly and 15-minute energy usage, monthly totals, and previous months totals for several quantities, including but not limited to, kilowatts, kilovars, kilo-volt-amperes and kilowatt-hours. The exact type of meter will be determined by the Logan City Light and Power Department. All costs for the installation of metering equipment will be the responsibility of the Customer. All meters for this rate will require remote telephone line access supplied by the Customer.


CONTRACT TERM:

The minimum term for this rate is one year. Seasonal service is not available under this rate.


FORCE MAJEURE:

Neither the City nor Customer shall be subject to any liability or damages due to the inability of the City to serve the Customer’s load due to lack of available power and energy or other conditions beyond the City's control. In the event of natural disasters or acts of God such as earthquakes, floods, or severe storms, neither party shall be liable for damages due to lack of ability for operations which affect the other party economically. Should any of the foregoing occur, the minimum billing demands that would otherwise be applicable under this Schedule shall be waived and Customer will have no liability for service charges until such time as Customer is reasonably able to resume service.


CONNECTION FEE:

Each time a Customer, eligible to receive electric service under this schedule, begins to receive electric service at a point of delivery not previously used, or at a point of delivery which has been used previously by another Customer, or each time a customer changes his point of delivery or reconnects after voluntary disconnection to the same point of delivery, that Customer shall be responsible for such costs of moving and purchasing the necessary equipment and fixtures required to make such connection.


COORDINATION OF CRSP POWER:

It is the responsibility of the Customer to have its CRSP power delivered to the City’s interconnected electric system at the Logan City Green Canyon Substation, or to another point acceptable to the City. The Customer shall provide the City with approved monthly schedules for CRSP power on a seasonal basis, at the same time it provides such schedules to Western. In addition, the Customer shall promptly provide the City with copies of all electric schedules and billings between the Customer and Western.



The City shall be responsible for the hourly scheduling of the Customer’s CRSP power and will arrange for hourly deliveries in the same manner and under the same constraints as may be imposed on hourly deliveries of the City’s own allocation of CRSP power. The City shall deliver the Customer’s CRSP power from the Green Canyon Substation, or other agreed upon point of delivery, to the Customer’s 46 kV points of delivery. The charge for such service is included in the Demand and Energy Charges associated with the Rate Schedule.

Residential

CITY OF LOGAN LIGHT & POWER
RATE SCHEDULE #1


RESIDENTIAL SERVICE




EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011


AVAILABILITY:

At any point on the City’s interconnected system where there are facilities of adequate capacity.


APPLICATION:

This schedule is for alternating current electric service at approximately 120 or 240 volts through one Kilowatt-hour meter at a single point of delivery for all service required on the premises for residential purposes.


When a portion of a dwelling is used regularly for business, professional or other gainful purposes, the premises will be classified as non-residential and the appropriate schedule applied. However, if the wiring is so arranged that the service for residential purposes can be metered separately this schedule will be applied to such service.


The customer shall adhere to all service and billing requirements including the installation of approved metering equipment as per Logan City Electric Service Requirements.


CUSTOMER SERVICE CHARGE:

Not applicable at present


Minimum Bill:

$3.80 for single phase service.
$11.40 for three phase service.

ENERGY RATE:
$0.0949 per kWh for the first 400 kWh
$0.1162 per kWh for the next 600 kWh
$0.1302 per kWh for all additional kWh

SEASONAL SERVICE:

This schedule is not available as a seasonal service.


SERVICE CHARGES:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining to fees, service charges and re-read fees.


CONNECTION FEE:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining to fees, service charges and re-read fees.


FORCE MAJEURE:

Neither the City nor Customer shall be subject to any liability or damages due to the inability of the City to serve the Customer’s load due to lack of available power and energy or other conditions beyond the City's control. In the event of natural disasters or acts of God such as earthquakes, floods, or severe storms, neither party shall be liable for damages due to lack of ability for operations which affect the other party economically. Should any of the foregoing occur, the minimum billing demands that would otherwise be applicable under this Schedule shall be waived and Customer will have no liability for service charges until such time as Customer is reasonably able to resume service.

Temporary Service

CITY OF LOGAN LIGHT & POWER DEPARTMENT
RATE SCHEDULE #5
TEMPORARY / SEASONAL SERVICE




EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011


AVAILABILITY:

At any point on the City’s interconnected system where there are facilities of adequate capacity.


APPLICATION:

This schedule is for single phase alternating current electric service at approximately 120 or 240 volts through one Kilowatt-hour meter at a single point of delivery for temporary service required on the premises for construction purposes only. All temporary service units are to meet all current National Electric Code requirements including the use of G.F.I. circuit breakers. Any units found, at time of application or during the course of service use, to be defective or in violation of NEC and city requirements will be disconnected promptly until which time that necessary corrections are made. When City Temporary Service units are provided, the customer is responsible for any costs incurred to said units due to alterations, damage or misuse.


INSTALLATION CHARGE:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining to fees, service charges and re-read fees.


CUSTOMER SERVICE CHARGE:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining to fees, service charges and re-read fees.


MINIMUM BILLING:

$3.80 for single-phase service with customer supplied temporary service unit. Refer to Logan City Light and Power Fee Schedules for current Rental Rates.


MONTHLY BILL:

$0.1049 per kWh for all kWh’s

If the temporary or seasonal service exceeds 200 amps, or is a three phase service, appropriate commercial demand charges will be applied. See Rate Schedule 6 for rates.


SEASONAL SERVICE:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining fees, service charges and re-read fees.


SERVICE CHARGES:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining fees, service charges and re-read fees.


CONNECTION FEE:

Refer to the current Logan City Light and Power Fees Schedule for current pricing information pertaining to fees, service charges and re-read fees.


FORCE MAJEURE:

Neither the City nor Customer shall be subject to any liability or damages due to the inability of the City to serve the Customer’s load due to lack of available power and energy or other conditions beyond the City's control. In the event of natural disasters or acts of God such as earthquakes, floods, or severe storms, neither party shall be liable for damages due to lack of ability for operations which affect the other party economically. Should any of the foregoing occur, the minimum billing demands that would otherwise be applicable under this Schedule shall be waived and Customer will have no liability for service charges until such time as Customer is reasonably able to resume service.