National Grid
Large General, TOU (SC-3A) To determine if a business is eligible to be served under Service Classification No. 3A, the following requirements apply:
  • For customers served under SC-3A before September 1, 1998—When the monthly demand has exceeded 2,000 kW in any two consecutive months of the previous twelve months, or whenever in our opinion the applicant's demand will exceed 2,000 kW in any two consecutive months.
  • For customers served under SC-3A after September 1, 1998—When the monthly demand has exceeded 2,000 kW in any six consecutive months of the previous twelve months, or whenever in our opinion the applicant's demand will exceed 2,000 kW in any six consecutive months.

Charges Secondary
Up to 2.2 kV
Primary
2.2-15 kV
Sub-
transmission
22-50 kV
Transmission
over 60 kV
Customer Charges
·Distribution Delivery
$1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,400.00 $3,500.00
Demand Charges
·Distribution Delivery
   (per kW)


$9.18


$9.18


$3.56


$2.84

RkVA Charges $1.02 $1.02 $1.02 $1.02
Merchant Function Charge* Applicable Pecentage Factors and Rates Located on Electric Rate Statements.
System Benefits Charge Charge varies annually and is located on Electric Rate Statements.
Renewable Portfolio Surcharge (per kWh) Charge varies annually and is located on Electric Rate Statements.
Energy Charges
·Electricity Supply Service
  Charge
Based on Hourly Electric Supply Charge. These costs are posted daily by 4:00 p.m. for the next day.
Legacy Transition Charge (LTC) Applicable prices located on the Supply Service Charges Statement found at Electric Rate Statements.
Electricity Supply Reconciliation Mechanism (ESRM) Applicable prices located on the Supply Service Charges Statement found at Electric Rate Statements.
Transmission Revenue Adjustment Charge varies by month. Applicable prices located on Electric Monthly Rate Statements.
* Only applies if the customer takes electicity supply service from the Company.


Determination of Demand


The Distribution Delivery Demand charge is designed to recover transmission and distribution costs. The demand for Distribution Delivery shall be determined by using the highest (peak) demand measured over ANY 15-minute interval during the month (all hours), but not less than the demand contracted for in Form C, nor less the demand contracted for in Form J. For voltage levels less than 22 kV, the ratchet provisions are also in place, if applicable.


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