Large Power Demand Service
This Schedule is available for electric service to any
non-residential consumer at a single point of delivery with
transformer capacity equal to or greater than 125 KVA. This
Schedule is not available for seasonal or standby service or for
any contract period less than 12 months. This Schedule shall
apply to non-residential loads such as commercial, industrial,
churches and schools.
Type of Service
The Cooperative will provide service at 60 hertz, single-phase 2
or 3 wires, or three-phase 3 or 4 wires, at our standard
Basic Facilities Charge: $100.00
All kW of Metered Demand: $4.50 per kW
First 100 kWh per kW Billing Demand: $0.11500 per
All Remaining kWh: $0.10500 per kWh
The Billing Demand shall be the maximum kW registered or
computed during any 15-minutes from the Cooperative's metering
facilities within the current monthly billing
The consumer agrees to maintain unity power factor as nearly as
practicable. Demand charges will be adjusted to correct for average
power factors lower than 85%. This adjustment shall be made by
increasing the measured demand 1% for each 1% by which the average
power is less than 85% lagging.
1) The charges computed at the above monthly rate shall be
subject to applicable South Carolina Sales Tax, franchise fees,
assessments, and surcharges imposed by any governmental
2) The minimum Contract Period for service provided under this
schedule shall be one (1) year.
3) The minimum monthly charge under the above rate shall be the
monthly facilities charge for all customers served under this rate
schedule, except those customers for which a higher minimum monthly
bill is required under the Cooperative's standard policy, because
of special circumstances affecting the Cooperative's cost of
4) The amount calculated at the above rate is subject to be
adjusted monthly by the Cooperative's projected wholesale power
cost. The rate shall be adjusted by a TIER (Times Interest Earned
Ratio) adjustment factor to cover wholesale power cost changes and
a rate necessary to maintain TIER as set forth by the mortgage
agreements between the cooperative and it's approved lending
5) Intermittent service connections and disconnections can be
subject to an operating service charge of not less than $30.00.
6) Bills are due upon receipt. Bills are delinquent 22
days from the Billing Date and subject to a late payment charge on
the current bill equal to ten percent (10%) of the first $25 and an
additional two percent (2%) thereafter. Those unpaid after 30
days are subject to service disconnection.
7) The Cooperative's facilities used to provide electrical
service have definite capacity limitations and can be damaged by
overloads. Therefore, the Consumer must notify the Cooperative
prior to making alterations to the service entrance equipment so
that facilities of proper capacity may be provided. The Consumer
shall be responsible for all expenses and or damages to Consumer's
facilities resulting from failure to give proper notice. The
Consumer may also be subject to a contribution-in-aid of
construction for work required to meet the Consumer's alterations.
The Consumer should contact the Cooperative for information
concerning charges for such work.
8) Temporary service or construction service shall be supplied
at a single point of delivery and in accordance with the
Cooperative's Line Extension Plan.
9) Service under this schedule is subject to the provisions of
the Cooperative's Service Rules and Regulations.
Supersedes Schedule LP-D
Effective for bills rendered on and after May 1, 2018
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