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Portland-General-Electric-Co-Energy-Efficiency-Customer-Service

Portland-General-Electric-Co-Energy-Efficiency-Customer-Service

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Portland General Electric Company First Revision of Sheet No. 110-1P.U.C. Oregon No. E-18 Canceling Original Sheet No. 110-1SCHEDULE 110ENERGY EFFICIENCY CUSTOMER SERVICEPURPOSE
To fund Company activities associated with enabling Customers to achieve energy efficiencyincluding, but not limited to project facilitation, technical assistance, education and assistance tosupport programs administered by the Energy Trust of Oregon (ETO).
AVAILABLE
 In all territory served by the Company.
APPLICABLE
To all Residential and Nonresidential Customers located within the Company’s service territoryexcept those Nonresidential Customers whose load exceeded one aMW at a Point of Deliveryduring the prior calendar year or those Nonresidential Customers qualifying as a Self-DirectingCustomer (SDC). Customers so exempted will not be charged the prices contained in thisSchedule.
DEFINITIONS
For the purposes of this tariff, the following definition will apply:
Energy Efficiency Measures (EEMs)
– Actions that enable customers to reduce energyuse. EEMs can be behavioral or equipment-related.
SELF-DIRECTING CUSTOMER (SDC)
Pursuant to OAR 860-038-0480, to qualify to be a SDC, the Large Nonresidential Customermust have a load that exceeds one aMW at a Site as defined in Rule B and receive certificationfrom the ODOE as an SDC.
BALANCING ACCOUNT
Effective June 1, 2010, the Company will establish a balancing account to record thedifferences between the actual fully loaded qualifying expenses (which may not exceed$1 million in any year) and the revenues collected under this schedule adjusted for allowancefor uncollectibles, franchise fees, and other revenue sensitive costs. This balancing account willaccrue interest at the Commission-authorized rate for deferred accounts.
Advice No. 10-01Issued January 20, 2010 Effective for serviceMaria M. Pope, Senior Vice President on and after June 1, 2010
 
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Portland General Electric Company Second Revision of Sheet No. 110-2P.U.C. Oregon No. E-18 Canceling First Revision of Sheet No. 110-2SCHEDULE 110 (Continued)ENERGY EFFICIENCY CUSTOMER SERVICE ADJUSTMENT
The Adjustment Rates, applicable for service on and after the effective date of this schedule,will be:Schedule Adjustment Rate7 0.007 ¢ per kWh15 0.012 ¢ per kWh32 0.007 ¢ per kWh38 0.007 ¢ per kWh47 0.008 ¢ per kWh49 0.005 ¢ per kWh75Secondary 0.005 ¢ per kWhPrimary 0.005 ¢ per kWhSubtransmission 0.005 ¢ per kWh76RSecondary 0.005 ¢ per kWhPrimary 0.005 ¢ per kWhSubtransmission 0.005 ¢ per kWh83 0.005 ¢ per kWh85Secondary 0.005 ¢ per kWhPrimary 0.005 ¢ per kWh87Secondary 0.005 ¢ per kWhPrimary 0.005 ¢ per kWhSubtransmission 0.005 ¢ per kWh89Secondary 0.005 ¢ per kWhPrimary 0.005 ¢ per kWhSubtransmission 0.005 ¢ per kWh91 0.011 ¢ per kWh92 0.006 ¢ per kWh
Advice No. 10-28Issued December 21, 2010 Effective for serviceMaria M. Pope, Senior Vice President on and after January 1, 2011
 
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Portland General Electric Company Second Revision of Sheet No. 110-3P.U.C. Oregon No. E-18 Canceling First Revision of Sheet No. 110-3SCHEDULE 110
 
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ENERGY EFFICIENCY CUSTOMER SERVICE ADJUSTMENT (Continued)Schedule Adjustment Rate93 0.011 ¢ per kWh94 0.006 ¢ per kWh485Secondary 0.005 ¢ per kWhPrimary 0.005 ¢ per kWh489Secondary 0.005 ¢ per kWhPrimary 0.005 ¢ per kWhSubtransmission 0.005 ¢ per kWh515 0.012 ¢ per kWh532 0.007 ¢ per kWh538 0.007 ¢ per kWh549 0.005 ¢ per kWh575Secondary 0.005 ¢ per kWhPrimary 0.005 ¢ per kWhSubtransmission 0.005 ¢ per kWh576RSecondary 0.005 ¢ per kWhPrimary 0.005 ¢ per kWhSubtransmission 0.005 ¢ per kWh583 0.005 ¢ per kWh585Secondary 0.005¢ per kWhPrimary 0.005 ¢ per kWh589Secondary 0.005 ¢ per kWhPrimary 0.005 ¢ per kWhSubtransmission 0.005 ¢ per kWh
Advice No. 10-28Issued December 21, 2010 Effective for serviceMaria M. Pope, Senior Vice President on and after January 1, 2011
 
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