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Basic Information

Utility name: City of Elk Point, South Dakota (Utility Company)
Effective date:
2012/01/01
End date if known:
Rate name:
Large Power- Coincidental Demand Rate
Sector: Commercial
Description:
FOR DEMAND:

Within Rate Period 1 is the off-peak demand charge, which is to be charged for the maximum demand for the month. Within Rate Period 2 is the on-peak demand charge, which is to be charged during the coincidental peak time.

Source or reference:
ISU Documentation
Source Parent:
Comments

Applicability

Demand (kW)

Minimum (kW):
Maximum (kW):
History (months):

Energy (kWh)

Minimum (kWh):
Maximum (kWh):
History (months):

Service Voltage

Minimum (V):
Maximum (V):

Character of Service

Voltage Category:
Phase Wiring:
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Seasonal/Monthly Demand Charge Structures

Period/Month Matchup
January 1
February 1
March 1
April 1
May 1
June 1
July 1
August 1
September 1
October 1
November 1
December 1

Time of Use Demand Charge Structures

Structure for Rate Period 1
Tier Max
Usage
Rate
$/
Adjustments
$/
1 11.57000000
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Structure for Rate Period 2
Tier Max
Usage
Rate
$/
Adjustments
$/
1 4.79000000
2
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Weekday Schedule
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Demand Ratchet Percentage:
Demand Window (min):

Reactive Power Charge

Reactive Power Charge ($/kVAR):

Comments

Within Rate Period 1 is the off-peak demand charge, which is to be charged for the maximum demand for the month. Within Rate Period 2 is the on-peak demand charge, which is to be charged during the coincidental peak time. 1. On peak demand 2. off peak demand kW kW


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Flat Energy Usage Rates

Fixed monthly charge ($):
75.12000000
Assume net metering (buy = sell):
No
Flat rate buy ($/kWh):
Flat rate sell ($/kWh):
Flat rate adjustments ($/kWh):

Tiered Energy Usage Charge Structures

Structure for Rate Period 1
Tier Max
Usage
Rate
$/kWh
Adjustments
$/kWh
Sell
$/kWh
1 100 0.06400000
2 0.05400000
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Structure for Rate Period 2
Tier Max
Usage
Rate
$/kWh
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$/kWh
Sell
$/kWh
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Comments

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