13.08.265 – Rate 6 – Governmental outdoor sports lighting – Rates, charges, and service requirements

  1. Availability.  Electrical energy is available under the Governmental Outdoor Sports Lighting rate to any governmental agency using the City’s electric service for outdoor sports lighting service only.  For purposes of this rate application, outdoor sports lighting is defined as lighting load of over 100 kW demand used to light baseball, football, or soccer fields only.
  2. Charges for this rate shall be as follows:   
    1. Monthly Customer Charge. The net monthly customer charge shall be ninety five dollars and ninety five cents ($95.95) per meter.
    2. Demand Charge.  This rate does not have a demand charge.
    3. Energy Charge. The energy charge shall be as follows: $0.1839 per kilowatt-hour for all kilowatt-hours
    4. Minimum Charge.  The minimum net monthly charge shall be the net monthly customer charge.
    5. Gross Charge.  The gross charge shall be ten percent more than the sum of the net customer charge and the net energy charge for the billing period.
  3. General Requirements.
    1. The customer's wiring shall be so arranged that all service hereunder may be supplied through a single metering installation adequate for a normal load equal to the maximum thirty (30) minute demand of the customer at a power factor of eighty-five percent (85%) lagging.
    2. Lighting Demand Limitation.  All outdoor sports lighting served under this rate will be equipped with lock-out controls that do not allow lighting use from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in any given day.  Controls must be locked and provide for electric utility verification.  Any lighting use during the above noted hours or at times that the lock-out controls are not present or not functional will be billed under the current rate 5.
    3. The terms and conditions stated in Sections 13.08.010 through 13.08.210 apply to this rate and service hereunder and shall be subject thereto.
    4. This rate is in effect for all applicable usage after April 30, 2009 and any charges heretofore assessed which are inconsistent with this new rate shall be waived to the extent of the inconsistency.
(2019-M-15: § 4; 2018-M-16: § 7; 2017-M-8: § 5; 2015-M-30: § 5; 2014-M-10: § 5; 2012-M-25: § 1; 2010-M-31: § 3; 2009-M-50: § 1; 2016-M-13: § 5)