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Rate Schedule

Availability

In all territory served by the San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP) at all points where facilities of adequate capacity and the required phase and suitable voltage are adjacent to the premises served

Application

This schedule is applicable to all single-phase or three-phase electric service residences. Unless specifically permitted by the contract, use must be limited to the consumer's own premises and power supplied must not be resold. If more than one meter is required by the customer's installation, or for the customer's convenience, bills will be independently calculated for each meter.

Monthly Rate

The monthly billing for this class of service shall consist of a summation of the following costs based on monthly usage.

Minimum Bill 

The minimum bill shall be $14.08 per month

  1. Minimum Bill, which includes the first 50 kilowatt- hours.
  2. $0.1387 for all additional kilowatt-hours.

Purchased Power Adjustment

If determined necessary, pursuant to CFR 25 §175.13, a purchased power adjustment may also be added to each kWh used.

Availability

In all territory served by the San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP) at all points where facilities of adequate capacity and the required phase and suitable voltage are adjacent to the premises served

Application

To all electric service required when each service is applied at one point of delivery and measured through one meter with a demand reading of less than or equal to 249 kW.

Type of Service

Single or three-phase, 60 Hertz, at one standard voltage as may premise. Three-standard rules covering line extensions.

Monthly Rate

The monthly billing for this class of service shall consist of a summation of the following costs based on monthly usage.

Minimum Bill 

$26.55 per month - Includes the first 50 kWh of energy used in a month

Demand Charge

$2.00/kW of Billing Demand

Energy Charge

$0.1412 for all additional kilowatt-hours

Purchased Power Adjustment

If determined necessary, pursuant to CFR 25 §175.13, a purchased power adjustment may also be added to each KWh used.

Determination of Billing Demand KW

The greater of
  1. The average kW supplied during the 15-minute period (or other period specified by) of maximum use during the month as determined from readings of the Company's meter
  2. The minimum kW specified in the agreement for service or individual customer's contact

Availability

In all territory served by the San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP) at all points where facilities of adequate capacity and the required phase and suitable voltage are adjacent to the premises served

Application

To all electric service required when each service is applied at on one point of delivery and measured through one meter with a demand reading greater than or equal to 250 kW and less than or equal to 999 kW.

Type of Service

Single or three-phase, 60 Hertz, at one standard voltage as may be selected by customer subject to availability at the customer's premise. Three-phase service is furnished under the SCIP's standard rules covering line extensions.

Monthly Rate

The monthly billing for this class of service shall consist of a summation of the following costs based on monthly usage.

Minimum Bill 

$55.00 per month - Includes the first 500 kWh of energy used in a month

Demand Charge

$9.15/kW of Billing Demand

Energy Charge

$0.101 for all additional kilowatt-hours

Purchased Power Adjustment

If determined necessary, pursuant to CFR 25 §175.13, a purchased power adjustment may also be added to each KWh used

Determination of Billing Demand KWh

The greater of
  1. The average kW supplied during the 15-minute period (or other period specified by) of maximum use during the month as determined from readings of the Company's meter
  2. The minimum kW specified in the agreement for service or individual customer's contact

Availability

In all territory served by the San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP) at all points where facilities of adequate capacity and the required phase and suitable voltage are adjacent to the premises served

Application

To customers whose monthly maximum demand is 1,000 kW or More for three (3) consecutive months in any continuous twelve (12) month period ending with the current month. Service must be supplied at one point of delivery and Measured through one meter unless specified by individual customer's contact

Type of Service

Three-phase, 60 Hertz, at SCIP's standard voltages that are available within the vicinity of customer's premises.

Monthly Rate

The monthly billing for this class of service shall consist of a summation of the following costs based on monthly usage.

Minimum Bill 

$250.00 per month

Demand Charge

$11.29/kW of Billing Demand

Energy Charge

$0.0873/kWh for all kWh

Purchased Power Adjustment

If determined necessary, pursuant to CFR 25 §175.13, a purchased power adjustment may also be added to each KWh used.

Determination of Billing Demand KW

The greater of
  1. The average kW supplied during the 15-minute period (or other period specified by) of maximum use during the month as determined from readings of the Company's meter
  2. The minimum kW specified in the agreement for service or individual customer's contact

Application

This schedule is applicable to pumps owned by the Irrigation Division of San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP) for providing pumped water to the Irrigation systems of San Carlos Irrigation,Drainage District and the Gila River Indian Community.

Minimum Term

The minimum term of the rate will be 12 months

Monthly Rate

The monthly cost will consist of the blended cost of power, energy and transmission of the Parker-Davis preference Power Allocation received by the Project and the current proportional average Project Operation, Maintenance and Administrative costs.

Application

This schedule is applicable to all non-San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP) owned irrigation motors with demand meters for the purposes of pumping either surface or deep well water.

Type of Service

Single-phase of the three-phase electric service. Unless specifically permitted by contact, use must be limited to the customer's premises and the power supplied must not be resold.

Monthly Rate

The monthly billing for this class of service shall consist of a summation of the following costs based on monthly usage.

Minimum Bill 

$29.69 per month

Demand Charge

$4.25/kW of billing demand

Energy Charge

$0.0815/kWh for all kWh

Purchased Power Adjustment

If determined necessary, pursuant to CFR 25 §175.13, a purchased power adjustment may also be added to each KWh used.

Determination of Billing Demand KW

The greater of
  1. The average kW supplied during the 15-minute period (or other period specified by) of maximum use during the month as determined from readings of the Company's meter
  2. The minimum kW specified in the agreement for service or individual customer's contact

Application

This rate schedule applies to service for yard lighting, lighting streets, alleys, thoroughfares, parks, schoolyards, industrial areas, parking lots, and similar areas where such dusk-to-dawn service is desired. The Project will own

Minimum Term

The minimum term of service contract will be 12 months, payable in advance. The advance payment may be waived in special cases by the Project Engineer. Installation charges, the cost of wood poles or special steel, aluminum, or other supports. special fixtures, and the cost of underground service will be charged as determined by the Project Engineer.

Monthly Rate

Rates
Watts Each
150 Watts (approximately 6,500 lm) $17.00
250 Watts (approximately 10,500 lm) $20.85

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