Residential Solar Rate* Schedule – R2

MDPU #18

 

Applicability

This schedule is applicable to domestic uses such as residential dwellings and accessory structures. Three- phase service is not available under this rate schedule unless it is to serve multifamily housing.

*Solar Rate Accounts receive a credit for generation returned to the power grid. The credit is based on the monthly average on-peak locational marginal price as published by the Independent System Operator of New England (ISO-NE)

Multifamily structures created or subdivided after January 1, 1993 must have separate meters for each dwelling unit plus a house meter for any common use. Groton Electric reserves the right to waive this requirement if it decides that unusual circumstances warrant a single meter.

Structures with mixed uses and having just one meter serving both residential and business uses will be billed on the commercial rate unless the use is a home occupation, as defined by the Town of Groton Zoning Bylaw, that either does not require a Special Permit or requires a Special Permit only because the use is in an accessory structure.

Groton Electric’s Terms and Conditions in effect, and subject to change from time to time, where not inconsistent with any specific provisions hereof, are a part of this rate schedule as filed.

Payment

Bills are considered due and payable upon receipt.

Charges

Bills for electrical service consist of Supplier Services (Generation), and Delivery Services (Customer, Transmission, and Distribution) charges as follows:

Supplier Services

Generation

1-500 kWh = $0.0726

>500 kWh = $0.0831

This charge may be adjusted periodically as described in the “Definitions” section of these rate schedules.

Delivery Services

Customer Charge

$4.25

Transmission Charge

$0.0237/kWh plus or minus the Transmission Charge adjustment

Distribution Charge

$0.0278kWh

Discount

A discount of $0.013 per kilowatt-hour will be allowed for prompt payment if the bill is paid on or before the discount expiration date as shown on the bill. No discount shall be allowed when arrears are due and unpaid.

Residential/T1 Solar Rate* Schedule – R3

MDPU #19

 

Applicability

The time-of-use rate schedule is an optional rate schedule offered to residential customers. The tiered rate structure is based on the time of day that electricity is used.

*Solar Rate Accounts receive a credit for generation returned to the power grid. The credit is based on the monthly average on-peak locational marginal price as published by the Independent System Operator of New England (ISO-NE)

Multifamily structures created or subdivided after January 1, 1993 must have separate meters for each dwelling unit plus a house meter for any common use. Groton Electric reserves the right to waive this requirement if it decides that unusual circumstances warrant a single meter.

Structures with mixed uses and having just one meter serving both residential and business uses will be billed on the commercial rate unless the use is a home occupation, as defined by the Town of Groton Zoning Bylaw, that either does not require a Special Permit or requires a Special Permit only because the use is in an accessory structure.

Groton Electric’s Terms and Conditions in effect, and subject to change from time to time, where not inconsistent with any specific provisions hereof, are a part of this rate schedule as filed.

Payment

Bills are considered due and payable upon receipt.

Charges

Bills for electrical service consist of Supplier Services (Generation), and Delivery Services (Customer, Transmission, and Distribution) charges as follows:

Supplier Services

Generation

11 p.m.–7 a.m. = $0.0481

7 a.m.–11 a.m. & 7 p.m.–11 p.m. = $0.0754

11 a.m.–7 p.m. = $0.0982

This charge may be adjusted periodically as described in the “Definitions” section of these rate schedules.

Delivery Services

Customer Charge

$4.25

Transmission Charge

$0.0237/kWh plus or minus the Transmission Charge adjustment

Distribution Charge

$0.0267/kWh

Discount

A discount of $0.013 per kilowatt-hour will be allowed for prompt payment if the bill is paid on or before the discount expiration date as shown on the bill. No discount shall be allowed when arrears are due and unpaid.

Residential/Farm Solar Rate* Schedule – R4

MDPU #20

 

Applicability

This schedule is applicable to persons engaged in the business of agriculture/farming as defined by Section A of Chapter 128 of the Massachusetts General Laws. This rate applies to domestic uses such as residential dwellings and accessory structures.

*Solar Rate Accounts receive a credit for generation returned to the power grid. The credit is based on the monthly average on-peak locational marginal price as published by the Independent System Operator of New England (ISO-NE)

Multifamily Structures

Any structure created or subdivided after the effective date of this rate schedule must have separate meters for each dwelling unit plus a house meter for any common use. Groton Electric reserves the right to waive this requirement if it decides that unusual circumstances warrant a single meter.

Mixed Uses

Structures that have one meter serving both residential and non-farm business uses will be billed on the C1
rate unless the use is a home occupation as defined by the Town of Groton Zoning Bylaw that either does not require a Special Permit or requires a Special Permit only because the use is in an accessory structure.

Groton Electric’s Terms and Conditions in effect, and subject to change from time to time, where not inconsistent with any specific provisions hereof, are a part of this rate schedule as filed.

Payment

Bills are considered due and payable upon receipt.

Charges

Bills for electrical service consist of Supplier Services (Generation), and Delivery Services (Customer, Transmission, and Distribution) charges as follows:

Supplier Services

Generation

1-500 kWh = $0.0664

>500 kWh = $0.0757

This charge may be adjusted periodically as described in the “Definitions” section of these rate schedules.

Delivery Services

Customer Charge

$4.25

Transmission Charge

$0.0217/kWh plus or minus the Transmission Charge adjustment

Distribution Charge

$0.024/kWh

Discount

A discount of $0.012 per kilowatt-hour will be allowed for prompt payment if the bill is paid on or before the discount expiration date as shown on the bill. No discount shall be allowed when arrears are due and unpaid.

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