Rate Schedule

Cleveland Public rate schedule is defined under Part V of the Municipal Utilities and Services Code. The rates code can be found under Title III - Electricity- Chapter 523 - Rules and Rates. Below are the details of latest rules published on 30th June 2006. Click here to download this ordinance in PDF.


CROSS REFERENCES
Power to establish light and power rates, RC 715.03, 715.06
Restrictions on electrical wire and cable placement, CO Ch 521

523.01     Provisions for sale of Electricity

The rates, rules and regulations governing the sale of the product of electric current furnished by the Department of Public Utilities, Division of Light and Power, are hereby established as set forth in the following Sections.
(Ord. No. 1090-39. Passed 7-17-39)

523.02     Residential Rate Schedule

The following schedule is applicable to private single residences or to any individually metered family accommodation when service is used primarily for domestic and household purposes, as distinguished from commercial, professional or industrial purposes:
(a) Kilowatt Hour Charge.
KWH Per Month         Summer Rate (per KWH)        Winter Rate (per KWH)
First 1,000                   $0.0774                                   $0.0655
All over 1,000              0.0752                                     0.0353

b) Definition of Seasonal Rate. For the purpose of this rate schedule, the summer rate shall be in effect during the months of June, July, August, September and October. The winter rate shall be in effect during the months of November, December, January, February, March, April and May.
(c) Energy Adjustment Charge. In accordance with Section 523.21, an incremental charge or credit for energy may be determined on a monthly basis by the Division of Light and Power. Such incremental charge may be made in addition to the rates established in this Section, but in no case shall such charge exceed the amount calculated by using the formula established in Section 523.21.
(d) Environmental And Ecological Adjustment. An environmental and ecological adjustment shall be applied to this rate as set forth and described in Section 523.17.
(Ord. No. 1027-83. Passed 5-6-83, eff. 5-10-83)

523.03     Small Commercial Rate Schedule

The following schedule is applicable to all commercial installations during any month in which such installation has a demand of less than thirty kilowatts (30 KWD):
(a) Kilowatt Hour Charge.
KWH Per Month         Summer Rate (per KWH)         Winter Rate (per KWH)
First 7,500                   $0.0679                                   $0.0588
All over 7,500              0.0398                                    0.0309

(b) Definition of Seasonal Rate. For the purpose of this rate schedule, the summer rate shall be in effect during the months of June, July, August, September and October. The winter rate shall be in effect during the months of November, December, January, February, March, April and May.
(c) Special Service. Standby, temporary, special, welding, intermittent or extremely low load factor service is not included in this schedule and shall be subject to special rates based upon cost as computed by the Division of Light and Power.
Applicants for these services may be charged with the cost of installing and furnishing such services as well as the cost of removal of such services at the discretion of the Division.
(d) Combined Billing. At the option of the Division, commercial installations on the same premises may be combined on one meter and billed under this schedule with the number of kilowatt hours in each block of the rate and the minimum charge multiplied by the number of commercial installations.
(e) Plural Service Connections. Where plural service connections supply a customer on the same premises, meter readings on one commercial light service connection and on one commercial power service connection may, at the option of the Division, be added for billing purposes, and meter readings on two or more commercial connections supplying a customer on the same premises may be added for billing purposes at the option of the Division.
(f) Environmental and Ecological Adjustment. An environmental and ecological adjustment shall be applied to this rate as set forth and described in Section 523.17.
(g) Energy Adjustment Charge. In accordance with Section 523.21, an incremental charge or credit for excess energy costs may be determined on a monthly basis by the Division. Such incremental charge may be made in addition to the rates established in this Section, but in no case shall such charge exceed the amount calculated using the formula established in Section 523.21.
(h) Determination of Applicable Schedule. In any month that the kilowatt demand (KWD) equals or exceeds thirty, the billing for that month shall be calculated using the Large Commercial Rate Schedule set forth in Section 523.04.
(Ord. No. 1027-83. Passed 5-6-83, eff. 5-10-83)

523.04     Large Commercial Rate Schedule

The following schedule is applicable to all commercial installations during any month in which such installation has a demand equal to or greater than thirty kilowatts (30 KWD) and less than 10,000 kilowatts (10,000 KWD) and a kilowatt hour consumption of less than or equal to 500,000.
(a) Demand Charge.
Kilowatt Per Month                  Summer Rate KWD     Winter Rate KWD
First 50                                                $7.99                           $7.28
All over 50                                           6.92                             \6.33

(b) Reactive Charge.
Kilovar Per Month                                KVARD                     KVARD
For KVAR in excess of 30                   $0.20                           $0.20

(c) Kilowatt Hour Charge.
Kilowatt Per Month                              KWH                           KWH
First 40,000                                        $0.0331                       $0.0288
Next 60,000                                        0.0207                         0.0173
All over 100,000                                  0.0166                         0.0140

(d) Minimum Charge. The monthly minimum charge shall be twelve dollars and twenty-five cents ($12.25), plus the energy adjustment charge.
(e) Maximum Charge. The monthly maximum charge shall be $0.165/KWH, plus the energy adjustment charge.
(f) Definition of Seasonal Rate. For the purpose of this rate schedule, the summer rate shall be in effect during the months of June, July, August, September and October. The winter rate shall be in effect during the months of November, December, January, February, March, April and May.
(g) Determination of Demand. The kilowatt demand shall be determined monthly by demand measurements and shall be the maximum thirty-minute kilowatt demand during the month.
(h) Determination of Reactive Demand. For all three-phase installations where the kilowatt demand is sixty-five or greater, and all single-phase installations where the kilowatt demand is seventy-five or greater, the reactive billing demand shall be determined by multiplying the monthly kilowatt demand by the ratio of the monthly lagging reactive kilovolt ampere hours to the monthly kilowatt hours.
For all three-phase installations where the kilowatt demand is less than sixty-five, and all single-phase installations where the kilowatt demand is less than seventy-five, the reactive billing demand shall be zero.
(i) Discount for Primary Metering. Where the electric energy is metered on the primary (2,300 volts or higher) side of the service transformers, a discount of two percent of the gross primary metered kilowatt hours may be allowed.
(j) Voltage Supply Discount. Where the electric energy is provided entirely from an 11,000 volt circuit, a discount of five cents ($.05) per kilowatt of demand billed may be allowed.
(k) Substation Ownership Discount. A discount of thirty cents ($.30) per kilowatt of demand billed may be allowed when a customer owns, installs and maintains transformation and substation apparatus, thereby relieving the Division of these costs.
(l) Off-Peak Demand Allowance. At the option of the Division, the billing demand may be the greater of the regularly incurred demand or eighty-five percent of the maximum demand incurred during off-peak periods.
The cost of special metering to determine such demand shall be charged to the customer.
Off-peak periods shall be from 12:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m., Tuesday through Saturday, and from 4:00 p.m. Saturday through 8:00 a.m. Monday.
(m) Special Service. Direct current, standby, temporary, special, welding, intermittent or extremely low load and extremely low load factor service is not included in this schedule and shall be subject to special rates based upon cost as computed by the Division of Light and Power.
Applicants for these services may be charged with the cost of installing and furnishing such services as well as the cost of removal of such services at the discretion of the Division.
The monthly minimum charge shall be applied in the case of all special services.
(n) Combined Billing. Where plural service connections supply a customer on the same premises, meter readings may, at the option of the Division, be added for billing purposes. The combined demand shall be the sum of the undiversified demands computed as for separate billing.
(o) Environmental and Ecological Adjustment. An environmental and ecological adjustment shall be applied to this rate as set forth and described in Section 523.17.
(p) Energy Adjustment Charge. In accordance with Section 523.21, an incremental charge or credit for excess energy costs may be determined on a monthly basis by the Division. Such incremental charge may be made in addition to the rates established in this Section, but in no case shall such charge exceed the amount calculated using the formula established in Section 523.21.
(q) Determination of Applicable Schedule. In any month that the kilowatt demand (KWD) is less than 10,000 and the kilowatt hour consumption exceeds 500,000, the billing for that month shall be calculated using the Industrial Rate Schedule set forth in Section 523.043.
In any month that the kilowatt demand (KWD) is less than thirty, the billing for that month shall be calculated using the Small Commercial Rate Schedule set forth in Section 523.03
(Ord. No. 1027-83. Passed 5-6-83, eff. 5-10-83)

523.043     Industrial Rate Schedule

The following schedule is applicable to all commercial installations during any month in which such installation uses more than 500,000 kilowatt hours during the current month and has a demand of less than 10,000 kilowatts:
(a) Demand Charge.
Kilowatt Per Month                  Summer Rate KWD    Winter Rate KWD
First 50                                                $7.99                           $7.28
All over 50                                           6.92                             6.33

(b) Reactive Charge.
Kilovar Per Month                                KVARD                      KVARD
For KVAR in excess of 30                  $0.20                           $0.20

(c) Kilowatt Hour Charge.
Kilowatt Per Month KWH KWH
First 40,000                                         $0.0331                       $0.0288
Next 60,000                                         0.0207                         0.0173
Next 200 KWH/KWD but not less than 400,000KWH
0.0166                        0.0140
Next 200 KWH/KWD                         0.0105                         0.0084
All excess KWH                                  0.0056                         0.0056

(d) Determination of Demand. The kilowatt demand shall be determined monthly by demand measurements and shall be the maximum thirty-minute kilowatt demand during the month.
(e) Definition of Seasonal Rate. For the purpose of this rate schedule, the summer rate shall be in effect during the months of June, July, August, September and October. The winter rate shall be in effect during the months of November, December, January, February, March, April and May.
(f) Determination of Reactive Demand. The reactive billing demand shall be determined by multiplying the monthly kilowatt demand by the ratio of the monthly lagging reactive kilovolt ampere hours to the monthly kilowatt hours.
(g) Discount for Primary Metering. Where the electric energy is metered on the primary (2,300 volts or higher) side of the service transformers, a discount of two percent of the gross primary metered kilowatt hours may be allowed.
(h) Voltage Supply Discount. Where the electric energy is provided entirely from an 11,000 volt circuit, a discount of five cents ($.05) per kilowatt of demand billed may be allowed.
(i) Substation Ownership Discount. A discount of thirty cents ($.30) per kilowatt of demand billed may be allowed when a customer owns, installs and maintains transformation and substation apparatus, thereby relieving the Division of these costs.
(j) Off-Peak Demand Allowance. At the option of the Division, the billing demand may be the greater of the regularly incurred demand or eighty-five percent of the maximum demand incurred during off-peak periods.
The cost of special metering to determine such demand shall be charged to the customer.
Off-peak periods shall be from 12:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m., Tuesday through Saturday, and from 4:00 p.m. Saturday through 8:00 a.m. Monday.
(k) Special Service. Direct current, standby, temporary, special, welding, intermittent or extremely low load and extremely low load factor service is not included in this schedule and shall be subject to special rates based upon cost as computed by the Division of Light and Power.
Applicants for these services may be charged with the cost of installing and furnishing such services as well as the cost of removal of such services at the discretion of the Division.
The monthly minimum charge shall be applied in the case of all special services.
(l) Combined Billings. Where plural service connections supply a customer on the same premises, meter readings may, at the option of the Division, be added for billing purposes. The combined demand shall be the sum of the undiversified demands computed as for separate billing.
(m) Environmental and Ecological Adjustment. An environmental and ecological adjustment shall be applied to this rate as set forth and described in Section 523.17.
(n) Energy Adjustment Charge. In accordance with Section 523.21, an incremental charge or credit for excess energy costs may be determined on a monthly basis by the Division. Such incremental charge may be made in addition to the rates established in this Section, but in no case shall such charge exceed the amount calculated using the formula established in Section 523.21.
(o) Determination of Applicable Schedule. In any month that the kilowatt demand (KWD) equals or exceeds 10,000, the billing for that month shall be calculated using the Large Industrial Rate Schedule set forth in Section 523.047.
In any month that the kilowatt hour consumption is less than or equal to 500,000, and the kilowatt demand (KWD) is less than 10,000, the billing for that month shall be calculated using the Large Commercial Rate Schedule set forth in Section 523.04.
(Ord. No. 1027-83. Passed 5-6-83, eff. 5-10-83)

523.047     Large Industrial Rate Schedule

The following schedule is applicable to all commercial installations during any month in which such installation has a demand of greater than 10,000 kilowatts.
(a) Demand Charge.
Kilowatt Hour Per Month         Summer Rate KWD     Winter Rate KWD
First 5,000                              $8.43                           $7.68
All over 5,000                          7.85                             7.09

(b) Reactive Charge.
Kilovar Per Month                    KVARD                                  KVARD
For KVAR in excess of 10% of kilowatt demand
0.20                             0.20

(c) Kilowatt Hour Charge.
Kilowatt Per Month                  KWH                                       KWH
First 115 KWH/KWD Charges are included in the demand charge.
Next 305 KWH/KWD             0.0115                                     0.0092
All excess KWH                      0.0050                                     0.0053

(d) Determination of Demand. The kilowatt demand shall be determined monthly by demand measurements and shall be the maximum thirty-minute kilowatt demand during the month.
(e) Determination of Reactive Demand. The reactive billing demand shall be determined by multiplying the monthly kilowatt demand by the ratio of the monthly lagging reactive kilovolt ampere hours to the monthly kilowatt hours.
(f) Definition of Seasonal Rate. For the purpose of this rate schedule, the summer rate shall be in effect during the months of June, July, August, September and October. The winter rate shall be in effect during the months of November, December, January, February, March, April and May.
(g) Discount for Primary Metering. Where the electric energy is metered on the primary (2,300 volts or higher) side of the service transformers, a discount of two percent of the gross primary metered kilowatt hours may be allowed.
(h) Voltage Supply Discount. Where the electric energy is provided entirely from an 11,000 volt circuit, a discount of five cents ($.05) per kilowatt of demand billed may be allowed.
(i) Substation Ownership Discount. A discount of thirty cents ($.30) per kilowatt of demand billed may be allowed when a customer owns, installs and maintains transformation and substation apparatus, thereby relieving the Division of these costs.
(j) Off-Peak Demand Allowance. At the option of the Division, the billing demand may be the greater of the regularly incurred demand or eighty-five percent of the maximum demand incurred during off-peak periods.
The cost of special metering to determine such demand shall be charged to the customer.
Off-peak periods shall be from 12:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m., Tuesday through Saturday, and from 4:00 p.m. Saturday through 8:00 a.m. Monday.
(k) Special Service. Direct current, standby, temporary, special, welding, intermittent or extremely low load and extremely low load factor service is not included in this schedule and shall be subject to special rates based upon cost as computed by the Division of Light and Power.
Applicants for these services may be charged with the cost of installing and furnishing such services as well as the cost of removal of such services at the discretion of the Division.
The monthly minimum charge shall be applied in the case of all special services.
(l) Combined Billings. Where plural service connections supply a customer on the same premises, meter readings may, at the option of the Division, be added for billing purposes. The combined demand shall be the sum of the undiversified demands computed as for separate billing.
(m) Environmental and Ecological Adjustment. An environmental and ecological adjustment shall be applied to this rate as set forth and described in Section 523.17.
(n) Energy Adjustment Charge. In accordance with Section 523.21, an incremental charge or credit for excess energy costs may be determined on a monthly basis by the Division. Such incremental charge may be made in addition to the rates established in this Section, but in no case shall such charge exceed the amount calculated using the formula established in Section 523.21.
(o) Determination of Applicable Schedule. In any month that the demand is less than 10,000 kilowatts, the billing for that month shall be calculated using the Industrial Rate Schedule set forth in Section 523.043.
(Ord. No. 1027-83. Passed 5-6-83, eff. 5-10-83)

523.048     Optional Large Industrial Rate Schedule

The following schedule is applicable to all commercial customers who contract for a demand equal to or in excess of 10,000 kilowatts for a period of not less than five (5) years and who are served at a primary voltage of 138,000 volts.
Summer                        Winter
(a) Demand Charge Kilowatt Per Month
For the first 10,000 KWD                    $8.15/KWD                 $7.35/KWD
For all over 10,000 KWD                    $7.85/KWD                 $7.09/KWD

(b) Reactive Charge Kilovar Per Month
For all KVAR in excess of 10% of kilowatt demand
$0.20/KVARD            $0.20/KVARD

(c) Kilowatt Hour Charge Kilowatt Per Month
For the first 115 KWH/KWD Charges are included in the demand charge
For the next 305 KWH/KWD $0.0115/KWH             $0.0092/KWH
For all excess KWH                             $0.0050/KWH             $0.0053/KWH

(d) Determination of Demand. The kilowatt demand shall be determined monthly by demand measurements, and shall be the maximum thirty minute kilowatt demand during the month.
(e) Determination of Reactive Demand. The reactive billing demand shall be determined by multiplying the monthly kilowatt demand by the ratio of the monthly lagging reactive kilovolt ampere hours to the monthly kilowatt hours.
(f) Definition of Seasonal Rate. For the purpose of this rate schedule, the summer rate shall be in effect during the months of June, July, August, September and October. The winter rate shall be in effect during the months of November, December, January, February, March, April and May.
(g) Metering. Electric energy shall be metered on the secondary side of the service transformers.
(h) Facilities Ownership Discount. When a customer owns or constructs transmission, transformation, substation apparatus or other facilities, relieving the Division of these costs, a discount of rates and charges may be allowed based on the cost of service to such customer as determined by the Division.
(i) Combined Billing. At the option of the Division, where plural connections supply the same customer, meter readings may be added for billing purposes and the combined demand shall be the coincident demand or the sum of the undiversified demands.
(j) Environmental and Ecological Adjustment. An environmental and ecological adjustment may be applied to this rate as set forth and described in Section 523.17.
(k) Energy Adjustment Charge. An incremental charge for excess energy costs may be determined on a monthly basis by the Division and applied in addition to the rates established in this Section. The energy adjustment charge shall be determined by dividing the sum of the costs of coal, oil, gas and all costs of purchase power from a specific source or sources purchased by the Division for distribution to the Consumer by the total kilowatt hours distributed to Consumer. From the resulting figure shall be subtracted 15 mils per kilowatt hour, which constitutes the cost of coal, oil, gas and purchase power which is imbedded in the Optional Large Industrial Rate Schedule. In the event that no specific energy source is identified for Consumer, the energy adjustment charge shall be determined pursuant to Section 523.21(c)(2).
(Ord. No. 327-95. Passed 2-27-95, eff. 3-6-95)

523.05     Street Lighting Schedule

The following schedule is applicable to all electric street lighting service provided by the Division of Light and Power to governmental entities:
(a) Nonornamental Lighting Service.
Mercury Vapor (Watt) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 175 75 $5.55 250 105 6.46 400 165 8.40 1000 395 14.00 High Pressure Sodium (Watt) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 100 52 6.20 150 71 7.66 250 112 9.94 400 174 11.28

(b) Ornamental lighting service_Type I (30 ft. steel pole).
Mercury Vapor (Watt) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 100 (E & M only) 46 $6.00 175 75 14.10 175 (E & M only) 75 4.57 250 105 14.75 250 (E & M only) 105 5.15 400 165 16.50 400 (E & M only) 165 6.55 700 280 17.50 700 (E & M only) 280 8.00 1000 395 22.45 1000 (E & M only) 395 9.95 High Pressure Sodium (Watt) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 100 52 10.58 100 (E & M only) 52 6.15 150 71 12.04 150 (E & M only) 71 7.55 250 112 14.62 250 (E & M only) 112 9.25 400 174 18.00 400 (E & M only) 174 12.25 Fluorescent (Watt*) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 200 101 10.45 *Not available for new installation

(c) Ornamental lighting service_Type II (30 ft. concrete pole).
Mercury (Watt) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 400 165 $22.99 High Pressure Sodium (Watt) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 250 112 21.21 400 174 24.59

(d) Ornamental lighting service_Type III (41 ft. steel pole w/breakaway base).
Mercury Vapor (Watt) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 1000 395 $34.45 High Pressure Sodium (Watt) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 400 174 30.00

(e) Street and highway lighting service_energy only.
Mercury (Watt) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 100 (Controlled) 40 $1.15 100 (Continuous) 96 2.40 175 (Controlled) 75 1.88 175 (Continuous) 158 3.95 250 (Controlled) 105 2.63 250 (Continuous) 220 5.50 400 (Controlled) 165 4.13 400 (Continuous) 346 8.65 700 (Controlled) 280 7.00 1000 (Controlled) 395 9.88 High Pressure Sodium (Watt) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 100 (Controlled) 52 $1.30 100 (Continuous) 110 2.75 150 (Controlled) 71 1.78 150 (Continuous) 150 3.75 200 (Controlled) 88 2.20 200 (Continuous) 185 4.63 250 (Controlled) 112 2.80 250 (Continuous) 236 5.90 400 (Controlled) 174 4.35 400 (Continuous) 366 9.15 1000 (Controlled) 396 9.90 Metal Halide (Watt) KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 1000 (Controlled) 391 9.78

 

(f) Terms and Conditions.
(1) Street lights will be operated by time clock or by photoelectric control, to provide illumination from dusk to dawn, unless illumination is specified as continuous.
(2) The Division of Light and Power pays for the entire installation and amortizes the costs through the monthly rate.
If the installation is paid for by an outside party (Federal, State, County or private) and the Division maintains the installation, the Division shall charge the appropriate "energy and maintenance only" (E & M only) rate.
If the installation is paid for and maintained by an outside party (Federal, State, County or private), the Division shall charge the appropriate "energy only" rate.
(3) The Division may, at its discretion, meter "energy only" installations. If such an installation is metered, the energy shall be billed at $0.025 per kilowatt hour.
(4) "Nonornamental lighting service" means lights of an overhead-type construction where the supply circuits are overhead wires and the lights are attached or suspended from wooden poles, trolley poles or are wall-mounted.
(5) "Ornamental lighting service" means all lights other than nonornamental including lights of an underground-type construction where the supply circuits are underground cables and lights are attached to ornamental standards; lights of an overhead construction where the supply circuits are overhead and the lights are attached to ornamental steel or concrete poles; and the lights that are wall-mounted in which the supply circuit is enclosed in conduit.
(g) Environmental and Ecological Adjustment. An environmental and ecological adjustment may be applied to this rate as set forth and described in Section 523.17.
(h) Energy Adjustment Charge. In accordance with Section 523.21, an incremental charge or credit for excess energy costs may be determined on a monthly basis by the Division. Such incremental charge may be made in addition to the rates established in this Section, but in no case shall such charge exceed the amount calculated using the formula established in Section 523.21.
(Ord. No. 1027-83. Passed 5-6-83, eff. 5-10-83)

523.06     Protective Lighting Schedule

(a) The following schedule is applicable to all protective lighting service provided by the Division of Light and Power. Such service shall include installation and full maintenance.
Area Lighting KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 100 Watt High Pressure Sodium 52 $12.67 175 Watt Mercury Vapor 75 8.32 250 Watt Mercury Vapor 105 9.41 250 Watt High Pressure Sodium 112 15.16 400 Watt Mercury Vapor 165 13.39 400 Watt High Pressure Sodium 174 19.14 1000 Watt Mercury 395 20.40 1000 Watt Metal Halide 391 27.85 Flood Lighting KWH/Lamp Monthly Rate/Lamp 250 Watt Mercury Vapor 105 $10.61 250 Watt High Pressure Sodium 112 14.41 400 Watt Mercury Vapor 165 16.69 400 Watt High Pressure 174 20.45 1000 Watt Mercury Vapor 395 22.03 1000 Watt Metal Halide 391 29.05 1000 Watt Quartz 348 23.70 1500 Watt Quartz 522 25.27

(b) Environmental and Ecological Adjustment. An environmental and ecological adjustment may be applied to this rate as set forth and described in Section 523.17.
(c) Energy Adjustment Charge. In accordance with Section 523.21, an incremental charge or credit for excess energy costs may be determined on a monthly basis by the Division. Such incremental charge may be made in addition to the rates established in this Section, but in no case shall such charge exceed the amount calculated using the formula established in Section 523.21.
(Ord. No. 1027-83. Passed 5-6-83, eff. 5-10-83)

523.061     Charge for Outdoor Residential Lighting

The charge for outdoor residential lighting equipment provided by Cleveland Public Power shall be established in accordance with the cost of service as computed by the division. The division may allow a customer to pay such charges under a payment plan through installments included in the customer's bill, for a period of twelve (12) months commencing with the first billing period after installation, provided such customer has a good account history, as determined by the division.
(Ord. No. 510-98. Passed 5-18-98, eff. 5-25-98)

523.062     Homestead Discount for Outdoor Residential Lighting

The charges for outdoor residential lighting established pursuant to Section 523.061 shall be discounted by ten percent (10%) for any customer who has obtained a certificate of reduction of taxes pursuant to the Homestead Exemption provisions of Sections 323.151 through 323.157 of the Revised Code.
(Ord. No. 1277-98. Passed 7-29-98, eff. 8-5-98)

523.065     Traffic Signal Service Rate Schedule

The following schedule is applicable to all energy sold to governmental entities for the purpose of traffic signal service:
(a) Kilowatt Hour Charge.
Summer Rate Winter Rate $.023 $.023

(b) Definition of Seasonal Rates. For the purpose of this rate schedule, the summer rate shall be in effect during the months of June, July, August, September and October. The winter rate shall be in effect during the months of November, December, January, February, March, April and May.
(c) Environmental and Ecological Adjustment. An environmental and ecological adjustment may be applied to this rate as set forth and described in Section 523.17.
(d) Energy Adjustment Charge. In accordance with Section 523.21, an incremental charge or credit for excess energy costs may be determined on a monthly basis by the Division of Light and Power. Such incremental charge may be made in addition to the rates established in this Section, but in no case shall such charge exceed the amount calculated using the formula established in Section 523.21.
(Ord. No. 1027-83. Passed 5-6-83, eff. 5-10-83)



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