Rate Schedule IP
Available through one meter to any customer having a minimum load requirement of 10 megawatts or more and directly fed from the Utility’s 138kv 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.
- Customer Charge – – – – – – – – – -$600.00 per meter per month
- Demand Charge – – – – – – – – – – -$20.72 per KVA of billing demand
- Energy Charge – – – – – – – – – – – -$0.033920 per KWH for all KWH
The minimum monthly charge shall be the demand charge.
Determination of Peak Demand and Measurement of Energy
Peak demand shall be measured by suitable recording instruments provided by Utility ad shall be the average number of kilovolt-amperes in the fifteen minute period during which the kilovolt-ampere demand is greater than any other fifteen-minute interval in such month. For those customers who are not being metered by the use of a recording instrument, the peak demand, expressed 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 and Appendix B.
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.
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 of distribution line from which service is to be received, a credit of $0.30 per KVA of billing demand will be applied to each month’s net bill.
808 Lafayette Rd
PO Box 428
Crawfordsville IN 47933-0428
(765) 362-1900 phone
(765) 364-8224 fax
- January 30, 2020 – Utility Service Board MeetingDecember 18, 2019 - 6:28 pm
The Utility Service Board meeting is @ 5:00 PM in the Municipal building on Pike Street.
- Green Power Rider – Public NoticeJanuary 18, 2019 - 2:49 am
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to 170 Ind. Admin. Code 1-6-6, that on or about January 25, 2019, the City of Crawfordsville, Indiana, by its municipal electric utility, Crawfordsville Electric Light & Power (“CELP”), expects to file with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (“IURC”), under its 30-day filing procedure, a request seeking Commission approval […]
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