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Received: 01/24/2001

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 03/01/2001

..DID:
14528
..TXT: PSC NO: 1 ELECTRICITY
LEAF: 1
COMPANY: GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
REVISION: 1
INITIAL EFFECTIVE DATE: 03/01/01
SUPERSEDING REVISION: 0
STAMPS:
RECEIVED: 01/24/01 STATUS: Effective EFFECTIVE: 03/01/01
RECEIVED: STATUS: EFFECTIVE:

COVER

GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY


CONCURRENCE TARIFF

Issued by: James D. Finning, Executive Director, 20 Clinton St., Green Island, NY 12183

Received: 05/19/2007

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 06/29/2007

PSC NO: 1 ELECTRICITY


COMPANY: GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
INITIAL EFFECTIVE DATE: 6/29/07

LEAF: 2
REVISION: 2
SUPERSEDING REVISION: 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS
LEAF #
I.

GENERAL INFORMATION
A.
CONCURRENCE 3
B.
TERRITORY TO WHICH SCHEDULE APPLIES

II.

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1


Residential

III.

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2


General Service - Demand Metered

IV.

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2A


General Service - Non-demand Metered

V.

CHARGES
A.
RECONNECTION CHARGE
B.
INSUFFICIENT FUNDS CHECK CHARGE
C.
POLE ATTACHMENT RATES

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Issued by: John J. Brown, 69 Hudson Avenue, Green Island, NY 12183

Received: 01/24/2001

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 03/01/2001

..DID:
14531
..TXT: PSC NO: 1 ELECTRICITY
LEAF: 3
COMPANY: GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
REVISION: 1
INITIAL EFFECTIVE DATE: 03/01/01
SUPERSEDING REVISION: 0
STAMPS:
RECEIVED: 01/24/01 STATUS: Effective EFFECTIVE: 03/01/01
GENERAL INFORMATION

A.

CONCURRENCE:

The Village of Green Island concurs in and agrees to abide by the rules and regulations as
set forth in the generic tariff filed by the New York Municipal Power Agency (NYMPA) in Case
No. 97-E-1575.

B.

TERRITORY TO WHICH SCHEDULE APPLIES


These rates, rules and regulations are applicable to the Village of Green Island.

Issued by: James D. Finning, Executive Director, 20 Clinton St., Green Island, NY 12183

Received: 11/30/2011

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 12/01/2011

PSC NO: 1 ELECTRICITY


LEAF: 4
COMPANY: GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
REVISION: 3
INITIAL EFFECTIVE DATE: 12/01/11
SUPERSEDING REVISION: 2
Issued pursuant to Commission Order in Case 11-E-0387 effective November 21, 2011.
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1
Residential

APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR:


Single-phase residential purpose usage in an individual residence; in an individual flat or
individual apartment in a multiple-family dwelling; for residential purposes in a rooming house
where not more than four (4) rooms are available for rent; and for single phase farm service when
supplied through the farm residence meter; use exclusively in connection with religious purposes
by corporations or associations organized and conducted in good faith for religious purposes, and
including the operation by such corporation or association of a school, not withstanding that
secular subjects are taught at such school; for single-phase service exclusively in connection with
a community residence as defined in subdivision 28, 28A or 28B of section 1.03 of the Mental
Hygiene Law, provided that such residence is operated by a not-for-profit corporation and if
supervisory staff is on site on a twenty-four hour per day basis that the residence provides living
accommodations for fourteen or fewer residents; and use for any post or hall owned or leased by
a not-for-profit organization that is a veterans organization.
CHARACTER OF SERVICE:
Continuous, Alternating Current at approximately 60 Cycle, 120 Volt, two wire or
120/240 volt, three wire single phase, depending upon the characteristics of the load and the
circuits from which service is supplied.
MONTHLY RATE:
Customer Charge
Energy Charge, per kWh

Rate
$1.84
$0.06588

MINIMUM CHARGE:
The customer charge.
TERMS OF PAYMENT:
All bills are due when rendered. Full payment must be received on or before the date
shown on the bill to avoid a late payment charge of 1.5% as provided in Rule VIII of the
NYMP A generic tariff.
PURCHASED POWER ADJUSTMENT:
The charges set forth in this service classification shall be subject to a purchased power
adjustment as explained in Rule IX of the NYMP A generic tariff.
Issued by: Kristin M. Swinton, Chief Executive Officer, 69 Hudson Avenue, Green Island, NY 12183.

Received: 01/24/2001

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 03/01/2001

..DID:
14533
..TXT: PSC NO: 1 ELECTRICITY
LEAF: 5
COMPANY: GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
REVISION: 1
INITIAL EFFECTIVE DATE: 03/01/01
SUPERSEDING REVISION: 0
STAMPS:
RECEIVED: 01/24/01 STATUS: Effective EFFECTIVE: 03/01/01
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 (CONT'D)
Residential
TERMS OF PAYMENT:
All bills are due when rendered. Full payment must be received on or before the date
shown on the bill to avoid a late payment charge of 1.5% as provided in Rule VIII of the NYMPA
generic tariff.

PURCHASED POWER ADJUSTMENT:


The charges set forth in this service classification shall be subject to a purchased power
adjustment as explained in Rule IX of the NYMPA generic tariff.

Issued by: James D. Finning, Executive Director, 20 Clinton St., Green Island, NY 12183

Received: 11/30/2011

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 12/01/2011

PSC NO: 1 ELECTRICITY


LEAF: 6
COMPANY: GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
REVISION: 5
INITIAL EFFECTIVE DATE: 12/01/11
SUPERSEDING REVISION: 4
Issued pursuant to Commission Order in Case 11-E-0387 effective November 21, 2011.
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO.2
General Service - Demand Metered

APPLICATION TO USE OF SERVICE FOR:


All purposes by commercial, professional, village owned property and industrial power
installations at one point of delivery through a demand meter. Customers whose actual monthly energy
consumption equals or exceeds 3,500 kWh, or new customers whose energy consumption is estimated by
the Green Island Power Authority to exceed 3,500, in a single month shall be assigned to the SC-2
Demand class for a minimum period of one year. If consumption levels continue to meet or exceed the
3,500 kWh threshold, such customer shall remain in the SC-2 class.
Alternatively, existing customers whose metered demand equals or exceeds 5 kW, or new
customers whose demand is estimated by the Green Island Power Authority to equal or exceed
5 kW shall remain in or be assigned to the SC-2 class for a minimum period of one year. If such
customers' demand continues to equal or exceed 5 kW, such customer shall remain in the SC-2
class.
Customers whose metered energy remains less than 3,500 kWh per month, and whose
peak demand remains at less than 5 kW, for a period of one year, shall be reassigned to the
SC-2A class.

CHARACTER OF SERVICE:
Continuous, alternating current, 60 Cycles, Single and Three Phase, 120/240 Volt, two or
three wire of three phase 240 volt, where demand is metered.

MONTHLY RATE:

Rate

Demand Charge
Energy Charge, per kWh

$2.03
$0.05484

MINIMUM CHARGE:
The minimum charge is the Demand Charge.

DETERMINATION OF DEMAND:
The active demand shall be the maximum 15 minute integrated demand occurring during
the month for which charge is made, but not less than one kilowatt.

Issued by: Kristin M. Swinton, Chief Executive Officer, 69 Hudson Avenue, Green Island, NY 12183.

Received: 01/24/2001

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 03/01/2001

..DID:
14535
..TXT: PSC NO: 1 ELECTRICITY
LEAF: 7
COMPANY: GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
REVISION: 1
INITIAL EFFECTIVE DATE: 03/01/01
SUPERSEDING REVISION: 0
STAMPS:
RECEIVED: 01/24/01 STATUS: Effective EFFECTIVE: 03/01/01
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2 (CONT'D)
General Service - Demand Metered

TERMS OF PAYMENT:
All bills are due when rendered. Full payment must be received on or before the date
shown on the bill to avoid a late payment charge of 1.5% as provided in Rule VIII of the NYMPA
generic tariff.

PURCHASED POWER ADJUSTMENT:


The charges set forth in this service classification shall be subject to a purchased power
adjustment as explained in Rule IX of the NYMPA generic tariff.

Issued by: James D. Finning, Executive Director, 20 Clinton St., Green Island, NY 12183

Received: 11/30/2011

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 12/01/2011

PSC NO: 1 ELECTRICITY


LEAF: 8
COMPANY: GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
REVISION: 4
INITIAL EFFECTIVE DATE: 12/01/11
SUPERSEDING REVISION: 3
Issued pursuant to Commission Order in Case 11-E-0387 effective November 21, 2011.
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2A
General Service- Non-Demand Metered

APPLICATION TO USE OF SERVICE FOR:


All purposes not otherwise described in this tariff. Customers whose actual metered
energy, or new customers whose energy is estimated by the Green Island Power Authority to be
less than 3,500 kWh per month shall be assigned to the SC-2A class. All other customers whose
energy consumption exceeds 3,500 kWh or whose consumption is estimated to be greater than
3,500 kWh shall be subject to the criteria pertaining to the SC-2 Demand tariff.

CHARACTER OF SERVICE:
Continuous, alternating current, 60 Cycles, Single and Three Phase,
120/240 Volts, two or three wire.

MONTHLY RATE:

Rate

Customer Charge
Energy Charge, per kWh

$1.48
$.06125

MINIMUM CHARGE:
The minimum charge is the Customer Charge.

TERMS OF PAYMENT:
All bills are due when rendered. Full payment must be received on or before the date
shown on the bill to avoid a late payment charge of 1.5% as provided in Rule VIII of the
NYMP A generic tariff.

PURCHASED POWER ADJUSTMENT:


The charges set forth in this service classification shall be subject to a purchased power
adjustment as explained in Rule IX of the NYMP A generic tariff.

Issued by: Kristin M. Swinton, Chief Executive Officer, 69 Hudson Avenue, Green Island, NY 12183.

Received: 05/18/2010

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 09/01/2010

PSC NO: 1 ELECTRICITY


LEAF: 9
COMPANY: GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
REVISION: 3
INITIAL EFFECTIVE DATE: 09/01/10
SUPERSEDING REVISION: 2
CHARGES
A. RECONNECTION CHARGE:
When service has been discontinued, either by the Green Island Power Authority as provided in
Rule (XIII) of the NYMPA generic tariff or at the request of the consumer and the same
consumer applies for reconnection of service at the same premises within four (4) months, there
shall be a reconnection charge payable before service will be reestablished, in the amounts as
follows:
$25.00 during regular working hours of the Authority, Monday through Friday;
$50.00 after the regular working hours of the Authority, Monday through
Friday; and Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays.
B. INSUFFICIENT FUNDS CHECK CHARGE:
Any checks received in payment for electric service which are returned to the Green Island
Power Authority for insufficient funds or are otherwise dishonored by the bank, shall bear a
charge of $20.00 for each check that has to be processed by the Authority. If two checks have
been returned by the bank, the customer who issued the dishonored checks may be required by
the Authority to render future payments by cash, money order, certified or cashier's check.
Post-dated checks shall be returned to the customer as invalid for the transaction.
Only United States currency shall be accepted for payment of accounts due the Authority
C. POLE ATTACHMENT RATES:
Issued in compliance with PSC Order issued May 9, 2007 in Case 06-E-1427:
For a cable system operator or telecommunications carrier who has a franchise to operate
within the Authoritys service territory and who has executed a pole attachment agreement with
the authority which permits attachments to the electric system poles owned solely or jointly by
the Authority, the annual pole attachment rate is as follows:
Cable system operator $8.51
Telecommunications carrier $8.51
Issued by: John J. Brown, 69 Hudson Avenue, Green Island, NY 12183

Received: 08/20/2009

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 08/21/2009

PSC NO: 1 ELECTRICITY


GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
INITIAL EFFECTIVE DATE: AUGUST 21, 2009

LEAF NO. 10
REVISION: 0

CHARGES, contd
D. TEMPORARY SATE ASSESSMENT PURSUANT TO PL 18-a(6)
1. On April 1, 2009, New York State enacted the New York State budget 2009-2010 which
requires the Department of Public Service to collect a Temporary State Energy and Utility
Service Conservation, effective from April 1, 2009 to March 31, 2014.
2. As per Order implementing Temporary State Assessment in Case 09-M-0311, the Green
Island Power Authority is authorized to recover the revenues required for payment of the
Assessment subject to annual reconciliation over five years, July 2009 to June 30, 2014.
3. A separate surcharge identified as a specific line item, NYS Temporary Assessment will
be included on customer bills to collect the Temporary State Assessment.
4. Collection of the Temporary State Assessment will be obtained by applying a
$0.001211/kWh surcharge to customer bills. The surcharge will be adjusted annually to
reflect subsequent years assessments. The first years charge is based on the 2009 - 2010
Revised State Assessment Billing of $40,835.46, as directed by the NYS Public Service
Commission, less the Standard General Assessment of $4,231.99, for a net Temporary
Assessment of $36,603.47. The Temporary surcharge is calculated from the Temporary
Assessment divided by total annual system sales of 30,228,497:
Calculation of 18-a Assessment
2009 - 2010 Revised State Assessment Billing
Revised Standard General Assessment
NYSERDA Assessment
New Temporary State Energy and Utility
Service Conservation Assessment
Total Assessment

36,603.47
$40,835.46

18-a Assesment to be Recovered


Total Assessment
Less Standard General Assessment (in Rate Base)
18-a Assessment

$40,835.46
$4,231.99
$36,603.47

Calculation of Rate Surcharge


18-a Assessment
System kWh Sales

$36,603.47
30,228,497

$4,231.99
$0.00

= $0.001211 per kWh

5. The amounts collected through the surcharge will be subject to annual reconciliation, to
the extent the amounts needed to pay the Temporary State Assessment differ from the
amounts to be collected in each annual period.

Issued by: John Brown, 69 Hudson Avenue, Green Island, NY 12183.


Issued under authority of PSC Order in Case 09-M-0311, dated June 19, 2009.

Received: 11/30/2011

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 12/01/2011

PSC No. 1 Electricity


LEAF: 11
Company: Green Island Power Authority
REVISION: 1
Initial Effective Date: 12/1/2011
SUPERSEDING REVISION: 0
Issued pursuant to Commission Order in Case 11-E-0387 effective November 21, 2011.

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3


Private Outdoor Lighting
APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR:
Private outdoor lighting, including traffic signals, where suitable Company overhead
facilities exist for regular distribution purposes, except that one pole and one span of overhead
secondary will be extended per light when necessary. Monthly charges are assessed at a flat rate per
fixture.
CHARACTER OF SERVICE:
Group-metered service, photo-electrically controlled for dusk to dawn illumination for
approximately 4200 hours per year, with energy supplied at 60 Hertz and at appropriate voltages
designated by the Company. The Company will own, operate and maintain the facilities as required.
MONTHLY RATE:
Rate
Facilities Charge, per fixture
All fixtures

$1.25

MINIMUM CHARGE:
The minimum charge shall be the facilities charge.
TERMS OF PAYMENT:
All bills are due when rendered. Full payment must be received on or before the date shown
on the bill to avoid a late payment charge of 1.5% as provided in Rule VIII of the NYMPA generic
tariff.
BASE PURCHASED POWER PER KILOWATT-HOUR:
The base purchased power cost per kilowatt-hour pursuant to Rule IX.B of the NYMPA
generic tariff is $.07167.

Issued by: Kristin M. Swinton, Chief Executive Officer, 69 Hudson Avenue, Green Island, NY 12183.

Received: 11/30/2011

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 12/01/2011

PSC No. 1 Electricity


LEAF: 12
Company: Green Island Power Authority
REVISION: 1
Initial Effective Date: 12/01/2011
SUPERSEDING REVISION: 0
Issued pursuant to Commission Order in Case 11-E-0387 effective November 21, 2011.
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (CONT)
Private Outdoor Lighting
FACTOR OF ADJUSTMENT:
The factor of adjustment pursuant to Rule IX.D of the NYMPA generic tariff is 1.049334.
PURCHASED POWER ADJUSTMENT:
All kilowatt-hours sold under this service classification shall be subject to Purchased Power
Adjustment Charges in accordance with Leaf 13 of the Green island Power Authority Tariff and
consistent with Rule IX of the NYMPA generic tariff.
TERM OF SERVICE:
The negotiated term of service shall be as specified in the Service Agreement. After the
initial term of service, the Company shall continue to provide and the customer shall continue to take
service under the terms of this tariff and the accompanying Service Agreement until either party
terminates upon six months written notice.
SPECIAL PROVISIONS:
Eligibility Criteria: A new or existing customer who meets all eligibility requirements stated
below shall be eligible to take service in accordance with the rates, charges and provisions set forth
under this Service Classification.
1.
Customer adds incremental load by (a) constructing a new facility; or (b) expanding an
existing facility; or (c) adding facilities or equipment to an existing site; or (d) adding facilities
through the redevelopment of a vacant or inactive site, including land or buildings which have been
previously developed; or (e) the customer has an option to relocate its facility or equipment and
provides evidence to the Companys satisfaction of such an option, subject to a confidentiality
agreement, and
2.
Customer shall apply for service under this Service Classification prior to the addition of load
as described in Requirement (1) above.

Issued by: Kristin M. Swinton, Chief Executive Officer, 69 Hudson Avenue, Green Island, NY 12183.

Received: 09/30/2011

Status: EFFECTIVE
Effective Date: 12/01/2011

PSC NO: 1 ELECTRICITY


COMPANY: GREEN ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
INITIAL EFFECTIVE DATE: 12/01/2011

LEAF: 13
REVISION: 0
SUPERSEDING REVISION:

PURCHASED POWER ADJUSTMENT CHARGE


APPLICABILITY:
All customers receiving service under any of the Green Island Power Authoritys Service
Classifications are subject to purchased power adjustment charges (PPAC).
ADJUSTMENT CHARGE:
The PPAC shall be the amount which shall be added to each kilowatt-hour of each rate schedule
to reflect and recover all purchased power and transmission costs billed to the Power Authority from all
service providers.
CALCULATION OF THE PURCHASED POWER ADJUSTMENT CHARGE:
The PPAC shall equal the total cost of all power and transmission costs billed to the Power
Authority in each month divided by the total kWh purchases in that month, less the base cost of purchased
power measured at system input level adjusted by a loss factor (Factor of Adjustment). The resultant cost
per kWh shall be rounded to the nearest $0.000001 and applied as a charge or credit to all kilowatt-hours
billed in the following month.
ANNUAL RECONCILIATION:
At the end of each fiscal year the Power Authority will perform a reconciliation to determine
whether there was an under- or over-collection of purchased power expense during the preceding year.
The calculation is as follows:
Total Purchased Power Cost (kWh sold x Base Cost of Purchased Power x Factor of Adjustment)
The result will then be compared to the actual PPAC revenues recovered during this period to determine
if a PPA Reconciliation Surcharge or Refund is applicable. The resultant Surcharge or Refund will be
included as a line item in the following month(s) calculation(s) of PPAC in order to adjust revenues to
more accurately reflect actual expenses. The total surcharge or refund amount will be collected over the
12 months subsequent to the reconciliation. The amount of under-collection or over-collection surcharged
or refunded each month will be in accordance with the percentage of delivered sales to total annual
delivered sales for the corresponding month in the reconciled year.

Issued by: Kristin M. Swinton, Chief Executive Officer, 69 Hudson Avenue, Green Island, NY 12183.