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San Diego Gas & Electric Company

San Diego, California

Canceling

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25962-E

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25155-E
Sheet 1

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST
APPLICABILITY

Applicable to all customers who receive UDC bundled service. Time of Use periods are as defined in the
corresponding UDC rate schedules.
TERRITORY
Applicable throughout the territory served by the Utility.
RATES
This schedule has two purposes: (1) billing UDC Bundled Service customers for commodity energy, which
consists of Utility supplied electricity sold by SDG&E to its customers and Department of Water Resources
(DWR) supplied electricity sold by DWR to SDG&E customers with SDG&E acting as billing agent; and (2)
developing DWR and Utility Supplied Energy Percentage. The rate tables show EECC fixed billing rates for
all retail rate schedules. The commodity rates do not include the DWR Bond Charge applicable under
Schedule DWR-BC.
Commodity Rates
Schedules DR, DM, DS, DT, DT-RV
Summer
Baseline
101% - 130% of Baseline
131% - 200% of Baseline
Above 200% of Baseline
Winter
Baseline
101% - 130% of Baseline
131% - 200% of Baseline
Above 200% of Baseline
Schedules DR-LI, and medical baseline customers
Summer
Baseline
101% to 130% of Baseline
131% to 200% of Baseline
Above 200% of Baseline
Winter
Baseline
101% to 130% of Baseline
131% to 200% of Baseline
Above 200% of Baseline

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Decision No.

2685-E

Lee Schavrien
Senior Vice President
Regulatory Affairs

($/kWh)
0.14155
0.14155
0.14155
0.14155

0.07226
0.07226
0.07226
0.07226

R
R
R
R

0.14155
0.14155
0.14155
0.14155

R
R
R
R

0.07226
0.07226
0.07226
0.07226

R
R
R
R

R
R
R

Date Filed
Effective
Resolution No.

Dec 30, 2014


Jan 1, 2015

San Diego Gas & Electric Company


San Diego, California

Canceling

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25963-E

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25351-E
Sheet 2

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST
RATES (Continued)
Commodity Rates (Continued)
Schedules E-LI (Non-residential rate schedule)
Summer
Winter
Schedules DR-TOU, DR-TOU-CARE, DR-TOU-MB
Summer
On-Peak: Baseline
On-Peak: 101% to 130% of Baseline
On-Peak: 131% - 200% of Baseline
On-Peak: Above 200% of Baseline
Off-Peak: Baseline
Off-Peak: 101% to 130% of Baseline
Off-Peak: 131% to 200% of Baseline
Off-Peak: Above 200% of Baseline
Winter
On-Peak: Baseline
On-Peak: 101% to 130% of Baseline
On-Peak: 131% to 200% of Baseline
On-Peak: Above 200% of Baseline
Off-Peak: Baseline
Off-Peak: 101% - 130% of Baseline
Off-Peak: 131% - 200% of Baseline
Off-Peak: Above 200% of Baseline
Schedule DR-SES
Summer: On-Peak
Summer: Semi-Peak
Summer: Off-Peak
Winter: Semi-Peak
Winter: Off-Peak
Schedule EV-TOU
Summer
On-Peak
Off-Peak
Super Off-Peak
Winter
On-Peak
Off-Peak
Super Off-Peak
Schedule EV-TOU 2
Summer
On-Peak
Off-Peak
Super Off-Peak
Winter
On-Peak
Off-Peak
Super Off-Peak

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Decision No.

2685-E

Lee Schavrien
Senior Vice President
Regulatory Affairs

($/kWh)
0.04980
0.04137

I
I

0.36070
0.36070
0.36070
0.36070
0.08896
0.08896
0.08896
0.08896

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

0.09207
0.09207
0.09207
0.09207
0.07705
0.07705
0.07705
0.07705

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

0.36008
0.10414
0.08018
0.08920
0.07467

R
R
R
R
R

0.35264
0.09325
0.04672

R
R
R

0.09166
0.08067
0.05876

R
R
R

0.35354
0.09638
0.04670

R
R
R

0.08800
0.08377
0.05873

R
R
R

Date Filed
Effective
Resolution No.

Dec 30, 2014


Jan 1, 2015

San Diego Gas & Electric Company


San Diego, California

Canceling

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25964-E

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25157-E
Sheet 3

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST
RATES (Continued)
Commodity Rates (Continued)
Schedule A
Summer
Secondary
Primary
Winter
Secondary
Primary
Schedule A-TC
Summer
Winter
Schedule A-TOU
Summer
On-Peak
Semi-Peak
Off-Peak
Winter
On-Peak
Semi-Peak
Off-Peak
Schedule OL-TOU
Summer
On-Peak
Semi-Peak
Off-Peak
Winter
On-Peak
Semi-Peak
Off-Peak
Schedule AD
Maximum Demand - Summer
Secondary
Primary
Maximum Demand - Winter
Secondary
Primary
Energy
Summer
Secondary
Primary
Winter
Secondary
Primary
Schedule TOU-A
On-Peak Energy :Summer
Secondary
Primary
Semi-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Off-Peak: Summer
Secondary
Primary

Decision No.

0.14006
0.13971

R
R

0.07239
0.07210

R
R

0.07539
0.07539

R
R

0.34030
0.14876
0.12478

R
R
R

0.09590
0.08183
0.06244

R
R
R

0.34030
0.14876
0.12478

R
R
R

0.09590
0.08183
0.06244

R
R
R

10.00
9.94

R
R

0.00
0.00
0.09241
0.09202

R
R

0.08214
0.08182

R
R

0.18249
0.18154

R
R

0.14006
0.13940

R
R

0.10060
0.10024

R
R

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Advice Ltr. No.

($/kWh)

2685-E

Lee Schavrien
Senior Vice President
Regulatory Affairs

Date Filed
Effective
Resolution No.

Dec 30, 2014


Jan 1, 2015

San Diego Gas & Electric Company


San Diego, California

Canceling

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25965-E

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25158-E
Sheet 4

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST
RATES (Continued)
Commodity Rates (Continued)
Schedule TOU-A (Continued)
On-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Semi-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Off-Peak: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Schedule AL-TOU
Maximum On-Peak Demand: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
Maximum On-Peak Demand: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
On-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
Semi-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
Off-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
On-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
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Decision No.

2685-E

Lee Schavrien
Senior Vice President
Regulatory Affairs

($/kWh)
0.09773
0.09725

R
R

0.08364
0.08327

R
R

0.06411
0.06389
($/kW)

R
R

10.75
10.69
10.75
10.69
10.22

R
R
R
R
R

($/kWh)
0.11637
0.11577
0.11637
0.11577
0.11068

R
R
R
R
R

0.10676
0.10626
0.10676
0.10626
0.10176

R
R
R
R
R

0.07933
0.07904
0.07933
0.07904
0.07584

R
R
R
R
R

0.10882
0.10829
0.10882
0.10829
0.10363

R
R
R
R
R

Date Filed
Effective
Resolution No.

Dec 30, 2014


Jan 1, 2015

San Diego Gas & Electric Company


San Diego, California

Canceling

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25966-E

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25159-E
Sheet 5

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST
RATES (Continued)
Commodity Rates (Continued)
Schedule AL-TOU (Continued)
Semi-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
Off-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission

($/kWh)

Schedule DG-R
On-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
Semi-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
Off-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
On-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission

(Continued)
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Decision No.

2685-E

Lee Schavrien
Senior Vice President
Regulatory Affairs

0.09285
0.09244
0.09285
0.09244
0.08860

R
R
R
R
R

0.07085
0.07061
0.07085
0.07061
0.06776

R
R
R
R
R

0.32499
0.32439
0.32499
0.32439
0.31929

R
R
R
R
R

0.16311
0.16261
0.16311
0.16261
0.15811

R
R
R
R
R

0.13568
0.13539
0.13568
0.13539
0.13219

R
R
R
R
R

0.10882
0.10829
0.10882
0.10829
0.10363

R
R
R
R
R

Date Filed
Effective
Resolution No.

Dec 30, 2014


Jan 1, 2015

San Diego Gas & Electric Company


San Diego, California

Canceling

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25967-E

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25160-E
Sheet 6

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST
RATES (Continued)
Commodity Rates (Continued)
Schedule DG-R (Continued)
Semi-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
Off-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Secondary Substation
Primary Substation
Transmission
Schedule AY-TOU
Maximum On-Peak Demand: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Maximum On-Peak Demand: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
On-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Semi-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Off-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
On-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Semi-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Off-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Transmission

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Decision No.

($/kWh)

2685-E

Lee Schavrien
Senior Vice President
Regulatory Affairs

0.09285
0.09244
0.09285
0.09244
0.08860

R
R
R
R
R

0.07085
0.07061
0.07085
0.07061
0.06776

R
R
R
R
R

10.75
10.69
10.22

R
R
R

0.11637
0.11577
0.11068

R
R
R

0.10676
0.10626
0.10176

R
R
R

0.07933
0.07904
0.07584

R
R
R

0.10882
0.10829
0.10363

R
R
R

0.09285
0.09244
0.08860

R
R
R

0.07085
0.07061
0.06776

R
R
R

Date Filed
Effective
Resolution No.

Dec 30, 2014


Jan 1, 2015

San Diego Gas & Electric Company


San Diego, California

Canceling

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25968-E

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25161-E
Sheet 7

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST

RATES (Continued)
Commodity Rates (Continued)
Schedule A6-TOU
Maximum Demand at Time of System Peak: Summer
Primary
Primary Substation
Transmission
Maximum Demand at Time of System Peak: Winter
Primary
Primary Substation
Transmission
On-Peak Energy: Summer
Primary
Primary Substation
Transmission
Semi-Peak Energy: Summer
Primary
Primary Substation
Transmission
Off-Peak Energy: Summer
Primary
Primary Substation
Transmission
On-Peak Energy: Winter
Primary
Primary Substation
Transmission
Semi-Peak Energy: Winter
Primary
Primary Substation
Transmission
Off-Peak Energy: Winter
Primary
Primary Substation
Transmission

(Continued)
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Advice Ltr. No.


Decision No.

2685-E

Lee Schavrien
Senior Vice President
Regulatory Affairs

($/kW)
10.69
10.69
10.22

R
R
R

0.11577
0.11577
0.11068

R
R
R

0.10626
0.10626
0.10176

R
R
R

0.07904
0.07904
0.07584

R
R
R

0.10829
0.10829
0.10363

R
R
R

0.09244
0.09244
0.08860

R
R
R

0.07061
0.07061
0.06776

R
R
R

Date Filed
Effective
Resolution No.

Dec 30, 2014


Jan 1, 2015

San Diego Gas & Electric Company


San Diego, California

Canceling

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25969-E

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25162-E
Sheet 8

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST
RATES (Continued)
Commodity Rates (Continued)
Schedule PA-T-1
Demand: On-Peak Summer
Option C
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Option D
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Option E
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Option F
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Demand: On-Peak: Winter
Option C
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Option D
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Option E
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Option F
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
On Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Semi-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Off-Peak Energy: Summer
Secondary
Primary
Transmission

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Decision No.

($/kW)

2685-E

Lee Schavrien
Senior Vice President
Regulatory Affairs

6.13
6.10
5.83

R
R
R

6.13
6.10
5.83

R
R
R

6.13
6.10
5.83

R
R
R

6.13
6.10
5.83

R
R
R

0.10956
0.10899
0.10419

R
R
R

0.10361
0.10313
0.09876

R
R
R

0.07235
0.07210
0.06917

R
R
R

Date Filed
Effective
Resolution No.

Dec 30, 2014


Jan 1, 2015

San Diego Gas & Electric Company


San Diego, California

Canceling

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25970-E

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

25163-E
Sheet 9

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST
RATES (Continued)
Commodity Rates (Continued)
Schedule PA-T-1 (Continued)
On-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Semi-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Off-Peak Energy: Winter
Secondary
Primary
Transmission
Schedule TOU-PA
< 20 kW
Summer
On-Peak Energy
Semi-Peak Energy
Off-Peak Energy
Winter
On-Peak Energy
Semi-Peak Energy
Off-Peak Energy
> 20 kW
On-Peak Demand Charge: Summer
On-Peak Demand Charge: Winter
Summer
On-Peak Energy
Semi-Peak Energy
Off-Peak Energy
Winter
On-Peak Energy
Semi-Peak Energy
Off-Peak Energy
Schedule PA
Summer
Winter
Schedules LS-1, LS-2, LS-3, OL-1, and DWL
All Usage
Schedule OL-2
All Usage

($/kWh)
0.10244
0.10194
0.09756

R
R
R

0.08741
0.08702
0.08341

R
R
R

0.06670
0.06647
0.06379

R
R
R

0.21100
0.16508
0.11631

R
R
R

0.07060
0.06042
0.04631

R
R
R

4.04

0.18188
0.14230
0.10026

R
R
R

0.08374
0.07167
0.05493

R
R
R

0.11526
0.07732

R
R

0.06776

0.08763

DWR Power Charge


Pursuant to CPUC Decision 14-12-002, DWRs Power Charge is 0.000 cents per kWh.

DWR Customer Return Credit


Pursuant to CPUC Decision 13-01-037 and Decision 14-12-002, DWRs Customer Return Credit is
$(0.00239) cents per kWh.

T
R

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Advice Ltr. No.


Decision No.

2685-E

Lee Schavrien
Senior Vice President
Regulatory Affairs

Date Filed
Effective
Resolution No.

Dec 30, 2014


Jan 1, 2015

Revised
San Diego Gas & Electric Company
San Diego, California

Canceling

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

24384-E

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

Sheet 10

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST
RATES (Continued)

Franchise Fees
A Franchise Fee Differential of 5.78% will be applied to the total bills calculated under this schedule,
including DWR charges, for all customers residing within the corporate limits of the City of San Diego.
Such Franchise Fee Differential shall be so indicated and added as a separate item to bills rendered to
such customers.

Franchise Fees associated with DWR electricity sales will be reflected in a separate line item on customer
bills titled Franchise Fees for Electric Energy Supplied by Others.
Seasonal Periods
The seasonal periods are defined as the following:
All Customer Classes:
Summer: May 1 October 31
Winter: November 1 April 30
Distribution Loss Factors (DLFs)
The DLFTLL for each voltage level includes a factor for lost and unaccounted for energy. DLFTLL will be calculated
by the utility based on the forecast hourly SDG&E UDC Service Area Load (Direct Access, plus UDC customers,
including the Hourly EECC Rate Option Service) per Decision 97-08-056, as modified by Decision 97-11-026.
The hourly DLFTLL will be broken out by service voltage level and made available each day to market participants
during the day-ahead market. The utility will calculate the hourly DLFTLL by applying the following formulae:
a.

Secondary Voltage Class Customers


DLFDLL =
1 + [Losses/Load]
DLFTLL =
1.0065 x DLFDLL
Where:

b.

Losses
Load
SysLoad

= [0.0000001523524 (SysLoad)2] + 0.427367656


= -[0.000001181634 (SysLoad)2] + [0.12612 SysLoad] - 3.533
= SDG&E system load during hourly period in MW.

Primary at Substation Voltage Class Customers


DLFDLL =
1 + (Losses/Load)
1.0065 x DLFDLL
DLFTLL =
Where:

d.

= [0.0000090935 (SysLoad)2] + 27.21


= -[0.00000804463 (SysLoad)2]+[0.8586372 SysLoad] -24.0524567
= SDG&E system load during hourly period in MW.

Primary Voltage Class Customers


DLFDLL =
1 + (Losses/Load)
1.0065 x DLFDLL
DLFTLL =
Where:

c.

Losses
Load
SysLoad

Losses
Load
SysLoad

= [0.000000000009798 x (SysLoad)2] + 0.007089


= -[0.0000000196 x (SysLoad)2] + [0.002092 x SysLoad] - .0586
= SDG&E system load during hourly period in MW.

Transmission Voltage Class Customers


DLFDLL =
1 + (Losses/Load) = 1
DLFTLL
= 1.0065 x DLFDLL = 1.0065

(Continued)
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Advice Ltr. No.

2577-E

Decision No.

12-12-004
14-01-002

Lee Schavrien

Date Filed
Effective

Senior Vice President


Resolution No.

Feb 18, 2014

San Diego Gas & Electric Company


San Diego, California

Canceling

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

24385-E

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

24337-E
Sheet 11

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST
DEVELOPMENT OF DWR AND UTILITY SUPPLIED ENERGY PERCENTAGES
1.

Development of DWR Supplied Energy Percentages


Hourly DWR supplied energy percentages are determined by dividing DWR purchases for that hour by
the total MWH scheduled in all forward markets and an estimate for real time purchases for that hour.
The rate group average DWR supplied energy percentages for the billing period is determined by
calculating an average of hourly DWR supplied energy percentage weighted by the utility's class
hourly statistical or dynamic load profile for the applicable rate group identified in Section 4 below. The
rate by consumption type categories identified in Section 4 below will be used to determine the
average DWR supplied energy percentages. The average DWR supplied energy percentages are
calculated on a weekly basis using all calendar weeks from the time of the customer's previous billing
through the calendar week prior to the current billing. For purposes of this calculation, calendar week
shall be defined as the seven day period beginning on Wednesday and ending on the following
Tuesday. The average DWR supplied energy percentages are calculated each Sunday and are
utilized for all billing executed through the following Saturday.

2.

Development of Utility Supplied Energy Percentages


The Utility supplied energy percentage for a billing period is calculated by subtracting the DWR
supplied energy percentage from 100%.

3.

Summary of Class Load Profile Categories and Associated Rate Schedules


Class Load Profile

Rate Category

Associated Rate Schedules

Residential:

Residential Non-Time-of-Use

DR, DR-LI, E-LI, DM, DS, DT,


DT-RV

Residential Time-of-Use

DR-TOU, DR-TOU-DER, TOU-DR

Electric Vehicle Time-of-Use

EV-TOU, EV-TOU-3

Electric Vehicle & Household TOU

EV-TOU-2

Small Commercial Non-Time-Of-Use


Small Commercial Time-Of-Use
Schedule AD

A, A-TC
TOU-A
AD

Medium Commercial/
Industrial (<or=500 kW):

Medium Commercial/Industrial

A-TOU, AY-TOU, AL-TOU,


AL-TOU-CP, AL-TOU-DER,

Large Commercial/
Industrial (> 500 kW):

Large Commercial/Industrial

AL-TOU, AL-TOU-CP,
AL-TOU-DER,

Schedule A6-TOU:

Schedule A6-TOU

A6-TOU

Agricultural:

Agricultural Non-Time-of-Use

PA

Agricultural Time-of-Use

TOU-PA

Lighting

LS-1, LS-2, LS-3, OL-1, DWL

Small Commercial:
Schedule AD:

Lighting:

(Continued)
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Advice Ltr. No.

2577-E

Decision No.

12-12-004
14-01-002

Lee Schavrien

Date Filed
Effective

Senior Vice President


Resolution No.

T
N

Feb 18, 2014

San Diego Gas & Electric Company


San Diego, California

Canceling

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

24386-E

Revised

Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

24338-E
Sheet 12

SCHEDULE EECC
ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST
DEVELOPMENT OF DWR AND UTILITY SUPPLIED ENERGY PERCENTAGES (Continued)
4.

Summary of Average Supplied Energy Percentages Categories


Number of
Percentages

Category

Consumption Type

Residential

Total

at 1 Voltage

Residential TOU

On-peak, semi-peak, off-peak

at 1 Voltage

Electric Vehicle TOU

On-peak, off-peak, super off

at 1 Voltage

Electric Vehicle & Household TOU

On-peak, off-peak, super off

at 1 Voltage

Small Commercial

Total

at 2 Voltage

Small Commercial TOU

On-peak, semi-peak, off-peak

at 2 Voltage

Schedule AD

Total

at 2 Voltage

Medium Commercial/Industrial
< 500 kW

On-peak, semi-peak, off-peak

at 4 Voltage

12

Medium Commercial/Industrial
< 500 kW AV Rate

Semi-peak (include signal


periods), off-peak

at 4 Voltage

Large Commercial/Industrial
> 500 kW

On-peak, semi-peak, off-peak

at 4 Voltage

12

Large Commercial/Industrial
> 500 kW AV Rate

Semi-peak (include signal


periods), off-peak

at 4 Voltage

Schedule A6-TOU

On-peak, semi-peak, off-peak

at 3 Voltage

Agricultural

Total

at 1 Voltage

Agricultural TOU

On-peak, semi-peak, off-peak

at 3 Voltage

Lighting

Total

at 1 Voltage

Total

80

Eighty percentages will be determined for each of the 9 billing period options (4-week period up to a 12-week
period).
SPECIAL CONDITIONS
1.

Definitions. The definitions of principle terms used in this schedule are found either herein or in
Rule 1, Definitions.

2.

Service Restrictions. Service under this schedule is restricted to the entire load served by single
meters. The electric load of a single meter may not be partitioned among services rendered under
this schedule and services rendered by a non-utility party under Direct Access or Community Choice
Aggregation (CCA).

12C14

Issued by

Advice Ltr. No.

2577-E

Decision No.

12-12-004
14-01-002

Lee Schavrien

Date Filed
Effective

Senior Vice President


Resolution No.

Feb 18, 2014

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