To all of the electric service supplied at one location and measured through one meter when the customer owns or rents, operates, and maintains all facilities, except metering equipment necessary to receive three phase, 60 cycle service at 13,200 volts.
Electric service to customers served under the Large General Service rate will automatically be classified to the Industrial Power Service rate if monthly demand is 700 kW or greater for the month of MMU's peak summer month of the 12-month period ended with the current billing month.
Customers reclassified to Industrial Power Service who do not own their transformer will also be liable for a monthly rental charge (see Transformer Ownership).
Three phase, 60 cycles, 13,200 volt overhead lines which have been made available for this service at primary voltage.
|Winter Season||Summer Season|
|Demand Charge (Per kW):|
|All kW of Billing Demand||$14.00||$18.00|
|Energy Charge (Per kWh):|
|First 430 kWh/kW of Billing Demand per month||$0.0575||$0.0575|
|All additional kWh per month||$0.0475||$0.0475|
|Energy Cost Adjustment|
All Charges are subject to Energy Cost Adjustment.
Winter Season - October through May billing
Summer Season - June through September billing
The Billing Demand shall be determined by measurement and shall be the average kW demand during the 15-minute period of maximum kWh use during the billing month, but shall not be less than 80 percent of the maximum demand for the month of MMU's peak month of defined summer season of the 12 month period ended with the current billing month.
Customer shall at all times maintain a power factor of not less than 90 percent lagging. The Utility reserves the right to make periodic tests to determine the customer's power factor at the point of measurement. If the power factor during the periods when demand was at or near its peak for the billing period is determined to be less than 90 percent, the customer will be so notified and shall have the option of installing sufficient power factor corrective equipment. Should the customer fail to exercise such option within 90 days of such notification, monthly demand measurement may be based on kVA demand.
Except as hereinafter provided, each customer served under the Industrial Power Service Rate shall provide at its sole risk, cost and expense, all facilities, except metering equipment, including an approved transformer bank, circuit interrupters, and other protective devices which will clear faults on the customer's side of the point of delivery. Subject to the approval of the General Manager, customers may use transformer installations owned by the Marshall Municipal Utilities and shall pay a monthly rental of $0.20 per kVA. The customer shall be solely responsible for the use of Marshall Municipal Utilities' equipment and any damage to said equipment resulting from the customer's negligence or misuse shall be at his sole cost and expense.
If service is metered at the secondary voltage side of the customer's transformer, both the measured demand and energy shall be increased by 2 percent.
Electric Service under this schedule is subject to all rules and regulations approved by the Board of Public Works of Marshall, Missouri.