This schedule is available in all territory served by the PUD for residential service. To be eligible for residential service, a facility must have no more than two dwelling units on a single meter and all facilities or structures must be related to or intended for human habitation. This schedule is also available for incidental farm service when used in conjunction with such residential service on the same premises.
TYPE OF SERVICE
Sixty‑hertz alternating current. The PUD reserves the right of final determination of voltage and phase of service.
(a) Schedule 7 Customers other than eligible low income customers (see (b) below)
Energy: 10.414 cents per kWh
Or 53 cents per day, whichever is greater
(b) Eligible Low Income Customers as established in the current Customer Service Regulations for Electric Service
Energy: 10.272 cents per kWh
Or 52 cents per day, whichever is greater
TERMS OF SERVICE
Service under this rate schedule is subject to the limitations on liability and other terms and conditions of service specified in the PUD's Electric Service Regulations and Rate Schedule 82.
The above rates are subject to proportional increases to compensate for any gross revenue tax imposed by any municipal body or other governmental body having jurisdiction upon the PUD.
BPA RESIDENTIAL EXCHANGE BENEFITS
To the extent the PUD obtains Residential Exchange benefits in any given BPA rate period, the rates in this Schedule will be adjusted by applying credits that reflect the benefits the PUD receives.
Effective Date: October 1, 2017