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Turlock-Irrigation-District-Fuel-Adjustment

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Conditions and Surcharges – Page 1 of 3
CONDITIONS & SURCHARGES
Effective February 1, 2012
Acceptance of Service
By applying for or accepting service from the District, a customer agrees to comply with all of the electric service requirements, rate schedules, and rules and regulations of the District concerningsuch service.
For All Rate Schedules
California State Board of Equalization Surcharge
The California State Board of Equalization, in conformance with the Public Resources Code of California, has determined and fixed the energy resources surcharge rate beginning March 1, 1983.This charge or as it may be amended, will be added to all energy billed on all rate schedules.Last Revision Date February 1, 2005
Power Supply Adjustment
Beginning July 1, 2005, all customers taking service under any of the District’s electric rateschedules shall be assessed a Power Supply Adjustment (PSA) to take into account variances in theDistrict’s net power supply cost. The PSA will be applied to the customer’s energy usage in kWh.The PSA will be adjusted from time to time, generally twice a year to be effective on June 1 andDecember 1 of each year. The PSA will be calculated in accordance with the District Board of Directors Policy on Power Supply Adjustment approved December 14, 2004.Last Revision Date February 1, 2005
Public Benefits Surcharge
All customers taking service under any of the District’s electric rate schedules shall be assessed a2.85% Public Benefit Surcharge (PBS) as required by Assembly Bill 1890 signed into law byGovernor Wilson on September 23, 1996. The PBS shall be applied on the total electric billexcluding other taxes, surcharges, and Facilities Charge if applicable, as calculated based on theapplicable charges contained in the rate schedules.Last Revision Date February 1, 2003
 
Conditions and Surcharges – Page 2 of 3
Environmental Charge
Beginning February 1, 2012, all customers taking service under any of the District’s electric rateschedules shall be assessed an Environmental Charge (EC). This charge covers the cost of theTuolumne Wind Project (TWP), AB32 Compliance (A32C), and future costs to comply withenvironmental laws, rules and regulations as may be placed upon the District. The EC shall beinitially set at $0.0285/kWh. Beginning February 1, 2012 the EC shall be reduced by a discount for each of the next three calendar years as presented in the following table:Effective Date Environmental Charge Discount Effective ECFebruary 1, 2012 $0.0285/kWh $0.0094/kWh $0.0191/kWhJanuary 1, 2013 $0.0285/kWh $0.0033/kWh $0.0252/kWhJanuary 1, 2014 $0.0285/kWh $0.0016/kWh $0.0269/kWhLast Revision Date February 1, 2012
BGreen Program
All customers except those on fixed rate schedules (LO, LC, LD, NM) may choose to participatein TID’s BGreen Program (BGP). TID’s BGP allows customers to support a greater level of investment in renewable energy. The BGP will be charged on each kWh of the customer’s usage.The cost may change every six months in June and December based on the prevailing cost of renewable energy credits (RECs), but will not exceed $0.04/kWh. Revenues collected under theBGP program will be used within 18 months to retire RECs equal to or greater than the participatingcustomer’s annual energy usage. Retired RECs will be in excess of the legislatively mandatedrenewable portfolio standard which TID is required to meet, and will be WREGIS certified. In theevent that the cost of purchasing and retiring RECs exceeds $0.04/kWh, TID will limit the retiringof RECs to the funds available collected under the BGP program, irrespective of customer usage.Last Revision Date January 1, 2011
Taxes and Governmental Surcharges
Applicable taxes and surcharges imposed by City and County governments will be added toelectric bills.Last Revision Date February 1, 2003

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