INTERRUPTIBLE HEAT- DUAL FUEL POLICY 5.005B
Available to members for approved, permanently connected, and separately metered home heating applications where another metered electric service is used for lighting and other purposes. Electric service provided under this schedule is subject to all applicable policies of the Cooperative and a member service agreement.
Not available in Minnesota service areas formerly served by IPL.
Load is subject to load control and must be separately metered by the Cooperative.
The Interruptible Heat – Dual Fuel rate will not be available if net-metered distributed generation is installed.
TYPE OF SERVICE
Single and multiphase, 60 cycle, at available secondary voltages.
Member must have one of the following electric heat sources: electric furnace, plenum heater, electric boiler, cove heater, strip/resistance heater, electric storage heater, air source heat pump, or ground source heat pump controlled in order to qualify for any incentives by the Cooperative.
CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
- Service shall be interrupted by a radio receiver or other automatic means provided by the Cooperative. The member is responsible for any electrical wiring required for the installation of the necessary control equipment.
- Except of garages, sheds, and the like outside the house, the member must have an approved non-electric backup heating system or heat storage system that is capable of supplying adequate heat during peak period service interruptions. This backup must automatically turn on when electric heat is turned off and it must turn off when electric heat is turned back on.
Meter Charge: $3.25
Energy Charge: 9.5 cents June 1 – Sept. 30 (Summer)
6.5 cents October 1 – May 31 (Winter)
Member bills for service under this schedule are subject to any applicable taxes.
POWER COST ADJUSTMENT PROVISION
The above rates are subject to adjustment due to increases or decreases in wholesale purchased power costs.
TERMS OF PAYMENT
The net amount stated on the bill is due on the specified due date each month. If this date falls on a weekend or holiday, the due date is the next business day. The gross amount is due if payment is not received by the due date. The gross amount includes a late payment charge of 1.5% of the total amount due.
AMENDED: 2-6-18 SIGNED: Roger Weness