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Interim

Minnesota, Section 10.02


ELECTRIC RATE SCHEDULE
General Service
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota Twenty-second Revision

GENERAL SERVICE
20 kW or Greater

DESCRIPTION RATE
CODE
General Service – Secondary Service 30-401
General Service – Primary Service 30-403

REGULATIONS: Terms and conditions of this tariff and the General Rules and Regulations govern use
under this schedule.

APPLICATION: This schedule is applicable to three-phase residential customers, and both single and
three-phase non-residential customers. This rate is not applicable for emergency, supplementary/standby
service, unless allowed by law, energy for resale, nor municipal street lighting.

RATES:

SECONDARY SERVICE PRIMARY SERVICE

Customer Charge per Month: $18.50 $18.50

Monthly
Minimum Bill: Customer + Facilities Charge Customer + Facilities Charge

Facilities Charge per Month: $0.46 /kW $0.31 /kW

Energy Charge per kWh: Summer Winter Summer Winter


7.653 ¢/kWh 6.852 ¢/kWh 7.618 ¢/kWh 6.820 ¢/kWh R

INTERIM RATE ADJUSTMENT N


A 3.8 percent increase will be added to the sum of the following, as applicable: Customer Charge, Energy N
Charge, Demand Charge, Fixed Charge, Facilities Charge, and the monthly Minimum Charge. N

MINNESOTA PUBLIC EFFECTIVE with bills rendered on


UTILITIES COMMISSION and after June 1, 2010, in Minnesota
Docket No. E-017/GR-10-239
Approved: May 27, 2010 APPROVED: Bernadeen Brutlag
Regulatory Services Manager
Interim
Minnesota, Section 10.02
ELECTRIC RATE SCHEDULE
General Service
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota Twenty-second Revision

MANDATORY AND VOLUNTARY RIDERS: The amount of a bill for service will be modified by
any Mandatory Rate Riders that must apply or Voluntary Rate Riders selected by the Customer. See
sections 12 through 14 of the electric rates for the applicability matrices of riders.

DEFINITIONS OF SEASONS:
Summer: June through September.
Winter: October through May.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: A customer with a billing demand of less than 20 kW for 12 consecutive
months will be given the option of returning to the Small General Service schedule (Section 10.01).

DETERMINATION OF DEMAND: The billing demand shall be the maximum demand in kW as


measured by a demand meter, for the highest 15-minute period during the month for which the bill is
rendered. The billing demand may be estimated for Customer locations where no demand meter has been
installed, but in no event will the billing demand be considered less than 20 kW.

DETERMINATION OF FACILITIES CHARGE: The monthly measured demand will be based on


the maximum 15 consecutive minute period measured by a suitable demand meter for the month for
which the bill is rendered. The Facilities charge demand will be based on the largest of the most recent
12 monthly measured demands.

MINNESOTA PUBLIC EFFECTIVE with bills rendered on


UTILITIES COMMISSION and after June 1, 2010, in Minnesota
Docket No. E-017/GR-10-239
Approved: May 27, 2010 APPROVED: Bernadeen Brutlag
Regulatory Services Manager