City Light and Power Plant
Frankfort, Indiana

Rate A - Residential Service

Availability
Available through one meter to individual customers for single phase residential service, including lighting, household appliances, refrigeration, cooking, water heating and small motors not exceeding three (3) horsepower individual capacity.

Character of Service
Alternating current, sixty Hertz, single phase, at a voltage of approximately 120 volts two-wire, 120/240 volts three-wire.

Rate*
Customer Charge------------$8.00 per month
Energy Charge---------------$0.099021 per KWH

Minimum Charge
The Minimum monthly charge shall be the customer charge.




* Subject to the provisions of Appendix A.











City Light & Power
Frankfort, Indiana

Rate B - Commercial Service

Availability
Available through one meter for single phase commercial service including lighting, miscellaneous small appliances, refrigeration, cooking, water heating and incidental small motors not exceeding five (5) horsepower individual capacity.

Character of Service
Alternating current, sixty Hertz, single phase at a voltage of approximately 120 volts two-wire, or 120/240 volts three-wire.

Rate*
Customer Charge----------$15.00 per month
Energy Charge-------------$0.103273 per KWH

Minimum Charge
The minimum monthly charge shall be the customer charge.





* Subject to the provisions of Appendix A.










City Light & Power
Frankfort, Indiana

Rate C - General Power Service


Availability
Available to any customer for light and/or power purposes who are located on or adjacent to a distribution line of the Utility which is adequate and suitable for supplying the services required.

Character of Service
Alternating current, sixty Hertz, at a voltage which is standard with the Utility in the area served.

Rate*
Customer Charge----------$30.00 per month
Energy charge--------------$0.098068 per KWH

Minimum Charge
The minimum monthly charge shall be the customer charge.






* Subject to the provisions of Appendix A.










City Light & Power
Frankfort, Indiana

Rate PPL - Primary Power and Light Service

Availability
Available through one meter for any customer contracting for a specified capacity of not less than 25 kilovolt-amperes. Applicant must agree to a one-year term of service and must be located adjacent to an electric transmission or distribution line of the Utility that is adequate and suitable for supplying the service required.

Character of Service
Alternating current having a frequency of sixty Hertz and at a voltage which is standard with the Utility in the area served.

Rate*
Customer Charge -------------------- $60.00 per month
Maximum Load Charge ------------ $18.398 per KVA of Billing Maximum Demand
Energy Charge ------------------------$0.040554 per KWH for all KWH

Minimum Charge
The minimum monthly charge shall be the maximum Demand charge plus the customer charge.

Measurement of Maximum Demand and Energy
Maximum Demand shall be measured by suitable instruments provided by the Utility, and in any month the maximum Demand expressed in kilovolt-amperes shall be the average number of kilowatts in the 30-minute interval in such month during which the energy metered is greater than in any other such 30-minute interval in such month, divided by the average lagging power factor (expressed as a decimal) calculated for the month. Energy shall be measured by suitable integrating instruments provided by the Utility.

Billing Maximum Load
The Billing Maximum Demand for any month shall be the maximum Demand for the month, but in no month shall the Billing Maximum Demand be less than 25 kilovolt-amperes.
* Subject to the provisions of Appendix A.


City Light & Power
Frankfort, Indiana

Rate PPL - Primary Power and Light Service

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Metering Adjustment
If service is metered at a voltage of approximately 480 volts or lower, the maximum Demand and energy measurements shall be increased by two percent (2%) to convert such measurements to the equivalent of metering at the Utility's primary voltage.

Equipment Supplied By Customer
When Customer furnishes and maintains the complete substation equipment, including any and all transformers, and/or switches and/or the equipment necessary to take his entire service at the primary voltage of the transmission or distribution line from which it is to be received, a credit of $0.34 per KVA of Billing Maximum Demand will be applied to each month's net bill.

Off-Peak Service
When Customer elects to take electric service during the following designated Off-Peak periods, the following provisions will apply:

Measurement of Maximum Demand and Energy. Maximum Demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments and, in any month the maximum Demand for the on-peak hours shall be the highest thirty-minute Kilovolt-ampere Demand calculated during such on-peak hours and the maximum Demand for the off-peak hours shall be the highest thirty-minute kilovolt-ampere Demand calculated during such off-peak hours. Such thirty-minute kilovolt-ampere demands shall be calculated in accordance with the Measurement of Maximum Demand and Energy provision of Rate PPL based on the use of the average lagging power factor for both periods.

Billing Maximum Demand. The Billing Maximum Demand for any month shall be the greatest of (1) the maximum Demand established during on-peak hours for the month, of fifty percent (50%) of the maximum Demand established during off-peak hours for the month, but in no month shall the Billing Maximum Demand be less than 500 kilovolt-amperes.

Off-Peak Periods. Off-Peak periods shall be all hours between 9:00 P.M. and 7:00 A.M., local time, Monday through Friday, and all hours of the day on Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays. Legal holidays shall include New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Special Terms and Conditions. The availability of off-peak service shall be limited to an aggregate Demand of not more than 5,000 kilowatts on a first-come, first-serve basis.









City Light & Power
Frankfort, Indiana

Rate IP - Industrial Power Service

Availability
Available through one meter to any customer having a minimum load requirement of 10 megawatts or more and directly fed from the Utility's 69kV Transmission system. Applicant must be located adjacent to the Utility's transmission line that is adequate and suitable for supplying the service requested.

Character of Service
Alternating current having a frequency of sixty Hertz and furnished at a voltage which is standard with the Utility in the area served.

Rate*
Customer Charge ------------ $600.00 per month
Demand Charge ------------- $24.40 per KVA of billing demand
Energy Charge --------------- $0.028682 per KVh for all KWh

Minimum Charge
The minimum monthly charge shall be the Demand charge plus the customer charge.

Determination of Peak Demand and Measurement of Energy
Peak demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments provided by Utility and shall be the average number of kilovolt-amperes in the fifteen-minute period during which the kilovolt-ampere demand is greater than any pther fifteen-minute interval in such month. For those customers who are not being metered by the use of a recording instrument, the peak demand, espressed in kilovolt-amperes, shall be the average number of kilowatts in the recorded fifteen-minute interval in such month during which the energy metered is greater than in any other such fifteen-minute interval in such month, divided by the lagging power factor (expressed as a decimal) calculated for the month. For billing purposes, the billing demand shall be the greater of the peak demand occurring during the month or ten (10) MVA. Energy shall be measured by suitable integrating instruments.

* Subject to the provisions of Appendix A.


City Light & Power
Frankfort, Indiana

Rate IP - Industrial Power Service

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Metering Adjustment
If service is metered at a voltage of approximately 13,800 volts or lower, the peak demand and energy measurements shall be increased by two percent (2%) to convert such measurements to the equivalent of metering at the Utility's primary voltage.

Equipment Ownership
Customer must own all equipment necessary to transform the power from 138kV to its suitable working voltage. This equipment must include but is not limited to structures, foundations, large power transformer, switches, breakers, station batteries, relay protection and control, CT's, PT's, security, etc.

Customer is responsible for proper routine maintenance on its customer owned equipment in accordance with industry best practices.
Off-Peak Service
When Customer elects to take electric service during the following designated Off-Peak periods, the following provisions will apply:


































City Light & Power
Frankfort, Indiana

Rate SL - Public Street Lighting Service

Availability
Available for street lighting within the corporate limits of the City of Frankfort and highway lighting within the area served by the Utility's distribution system.

Character of service
Standard Street Lighting Service using lamps available under this schedule.

Rate*

Type of Lamp

Rate per lamp per month

Overhead Service

295 Watt Incandescent
$ 8.84
100 Watt Mercury Vapor
$ 5.14
175 Watt Mercury Vapor
$ 7.34
250 Watt Mercury Vapor
$ 8.08
400 Watt and Over Mercury Vapor
$10.30
100 Watt Sodium Vapor - Wood Pole
$ 5.82
100 Watt Sodium Vapor - Metal Pole
$ 9.31
150 Watt Sodium Vapor - Wood Pole
$ 6.84
250 Watt Sodium Vapor - Wood Pole
$ 8.02
250 Watt Sodium Vapor - Metal Pole
$11.89
400 Watt Sodium Vapor - Wood Pole
$ 9.81
400 Watt Sodium Vapor - Metal Pole
$13.00

Underground Service

100 Watt Sodium Vapor - Metal Pole
$ 6.82
150 Watt Sodium Vapor - Metal Pole
$12.29
400 Watt Sodium Vapor - Metal Pole
$15.24


Hours of Lighting
All lamps shall burn approximately one-half hour after sunset until approximately one-half hour before sunrise each day in the year, approximately 4000 hours per annum.

Facilities
All facilities necessary for the service hereunder, including all poles, fixtures, street lighting circuits, transformers, lamps, and other necessary facilities will be furnished and maintained by the Utility.


* Subject to the provisions of Appendix A.







































City Light & Power
Frankfort, Indiana

Rate OL - Outdoor Lighting Service

Availability
Available only for continuous year-round service for outdoor lighting to any residential, farm, commercial or industrial customer located adjacent to an electric distribution line of Utility.

Character of Service
Outdoor Lighting Service using lamps available under this schedule and controlled by a photoelectric relay.

Rate*

Type of Lamp

Rate Per Lamp Per Month
175 Watt Mercury Vapor
$ 6.24
250 Watt Mercury Vapor
$ 7.83
400 Watt Mercury Vapor
$ 8.97
100 Watt Sodium Vapor
$ 3.67
150 Watt Sodium Vapor
$ 4.31
250 Watt Sodium Vapor
$ 5.64
400 Watt Sodium Vapor
$ 7.26

Type of Lamp - Flood

Rate Per Lamp Per Month
250 Watt Mercury Vapor
$ 7.61
400 Watt Mercury Vapor
$11.37
150 Watt Sodium Vapor
$ 4.65
250 Watt Sodium Vapor
$ 7.12
400 Watt Sodium Vapor
$10.43

Ownership of System
All facilities installed by Utility for service hereunder, including fixtures, controls, poles, transformers, secondary lines, lamps and other appurtenances shall be owned and maintained by Utility. All service and necessary maintenance shall be performed only during regularly scheduled working hours of the Utility. Non-operative lamps will normally be restored to service within 48 hours after notification by customer.

Hours of Lighting
All lamps shall burn approximately one-half hour after sunset until approximately one-half hour before sunrise each day in the year, approximately 4000 hours per annum.


* Subject to the provisions of Appendix A.