This service is applicable to single and three-phase general service, including lighting and power.
This schedule is mandatory for all customers whose monthly maximum demand has exceeded 200 KW for any three months during the preceding twelve months and whose average demand for the preceding 12 months also exceeds 200 KW and (ii) eligible customer-generators with a capacity of more than 10 kilowatts, but not exceeding one megawatt.
Any customer whose monthly maximum demand has fallen below 200 KW for any three months during the preceding 12 months and whose average demand for the preceding 12 months is also less than 200 KW may be required to take service on Schedule G-2, except that customer-generators as described above shall continue to take service on this schedule.
This service applies to all areas within the electric service territory of the City of Azusa.
Type of Charge
Per Meter per Month
|Demand Charge, all KW of maximum demand, per KW|
|Time Related Component (to be added to Demand Charge)|
|All KW of on-peak maximum demand, per KW|
|Plus all KW of mid-peak maximum demand, per KW|
|Plus all KW of off-peak maximum demand, per KW|
|All on-peak kwh, per kwh|
|All mid-peak kwh, per kwh|
|All off-peak kwh, per kwh|
|On-peak:||12:00 noon - 6:00 pm,|
Summer weekdays except holidays
|Mid-peak:||8:00 am - 12:00 noon and 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm,|
Summer weekdays except holidays and 8:00 am to 9:00 pm Winter weekdays except holidays
|Off-peak:||All other hours|
Summer season commences at 12:00 am on the first Sunday in June and continues to 12:00am on the first Sunday in November each year. Winter season commences at 12:00am on the first Sunday in November and continues until 12:00 am on the first Sunday in June the following year.
Off peak holidays
|New Years Day||Labor Day|
|Washington's Birthday||Veterans' Day|
|Memorial Day||Thanksgiving Day|
|Independence Day||Christmas Day|
Service will be supplied at one standard voltage
Maximum demand will be established for the on-peak, mid-peak, and off-peak periods. The maximum demand for each period will be the measured maximum average KW-input indicated or recorded by instruments to be supplied by the City, during any 15-minute metered interval.
The billing demand charge will include: the time related components for the KW of maximum demand recorded during the monthly billing period for each of the on-peak, mid-peak, and off-peak time periods.
Power Factor Adjustment
When the billing demand has exceeded 200 KW for three consecutive months, a kVAR-hour meter will be installed. The charges will be increased for each KVAR in excess of 48.4% of the billing demand in the amount of $0.50 per KVAR.
KVAR of reactive demand shall be calculated by multiplying the KW of measured maximum demand by the ratio of the KVAR hours to the KW hours. Demands in KW and KVAR shall be determined to the nearest 1/10 unit. A ratchet device will be installed on the KVAR hour meter to prevent its reverse operation on leading power factors.
The charges before power factor and fuel cost adjustments will be reduced by 4% for service delivered and metered at 12 KVAR
Temporary Discontinuance of Service
When the use of energy is seasonal or intermittent, no adjustments will be made for a temporary discontinuance of service. Any customer prior to resuming within 12 months after such service was discontinued, will be required to pay all charges which would have been billed if service had not been discontinued.
Other Special Conditions
The above rates are subject to fuel cost adjustment. A State Surcharge Tax may be added to the above rates.
State Surcharge Tax
A State surcharge tax may be added to the above rates.
Eligible Customer-generators Taking Service Under Schedule CEM
For eligible customer-generators taking service under Schedule CEM, the generation component contained in the energy charges of this schedule are as follows:
|All on-peak kWh, per kWh||$0.09588||N/A|
|All mid-peak kWh, per kWh||$0.10691||$0.08632|
|All off-peak kWh, per kWh||$0.07631||$0.08761|
The above generation component shall be administratively revised (and this Schedule TOU updated accordingly) by July 1 of each new fiscal year to equal the average SCE DLAP price for each sub-period of this rate schedule as provided by the CAISO for the prior calendar year.