...a community-owned and governed utility, created to provide safe, reliable and cost-based electric and wholesale telecommunication services...
To single metered commercial and individual customers including schools, churches, granges, community halls, public agencies, three-phase well services and other users with demand and with consumption greater than 15,000 kWhs in any month and/or a demand greater than 50 KVA in any month. This schedule is not applicable to sale for resale.
Sixty-hertz alternating current. Mason County PUD No. 3 (PUD 3) reserves the right to specify the voltage and phase of service supplied under this schedule. Metering, at the option of PUD 3, may be done at the utilization voltage or at the primary voltage.
The measured kilowatt demand for the billing period will be determined by suitable metering and shall be deemed as the average kilowatt delivery during the 15 minute period in which the consumption is the greatest.
The demand charge shall be increased one percent (1%) for each one percent (1%) or major fraction thereof by which the average power factor is less than 97 percent (97%) lagging.
Customers who are primary metered and furnish their own transformers will receive a discount of $.40 per kilowatt of measured demand.
Customers who are primary metered and do not furnish their own transformers will receive a discount for transformer losses in the amount of 1½ percent of the energy charges and demand charges (if applicable).
PUD 3 reserves the right to add to the billing period charges under the rate schedule any gross revenue utility or other form of tax levied by municipal, county, state or federal bodies.
Service under this schedule is subject to the Rules and Regulations and policies of PUD 3.
For electric service to New Large Single Loads, PUD 3 may require a special contract with negotiated rates. New Large Single Loads, as defined in Public Law 96-501, means any load associated with a new facility, an existing facility, or an expansion of an existing facility which will result in an increase in power requirements of 10 average megawatts or more in any consecutive twelve-month period.
Effective with all meter readings on, and after, February 1, 2015