...a community-owned and governed utility, created to provide safe, reliable and cost-based electric and wholesale telecommunication services...
To single family residences and separately metered apartment units for domestic and seasonal or recreational use, incidental power service, unmetered services, single-phase well services and residential consumers who meet the requirements for exemption of the daily customer charge as outlined in district policies. 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.
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.
Except at the option of PUD 3, no individual single phase motor may be larger than 7½ H.P. or any transformer type welder larger than 10 KVA.
Service under this schedule is subject to the Rules and Regulations and policies of PUD 3.
Effective with all meter readings on, and after, Feb 1, 2014