Applicable

Throughout the Cooperative’s service area for qualifying members in accordance with the Cooperative’s membership agreement, Bylaws, policies, regulations, and the Conditions of Service set forth herein, as well as applicable Rules of the Wyoming Public Service Commission.

Available

To all members for farm and domestic use who have signed a prepay power agreement and have prepaid at least $50 toward power.

Type of Service

Single-phase, 60 hertz, at available secondary voltage.

Monthly Rate

Local Distribution Service

 

Flat Rate

Grid Access Charge

37.5 kVa and below

$1.45 / day

Grid Access Charge

> 37.5 kVa ≤ 50 kVa

$1.64 / day

On-Peak Delivery Charge

$0.00938 / kWh

Off-Peak Delivery Charge

$0.00938 / kWh

Peak Capacity Charge

$0.00 / NCP kw

Transmission Service

On-Peak Delivery Charge

$0.01921 / kWh

Off-Peak Delivery Charge

$0.019121 / kWh (all other hours)

Peak Capacity Charge

$0.00 / NCP kW

Power Generation Service

On-Peak Energy Production Charge

$0.06691 / kWh

Off-Peak Energy Production Charge

$0.06691 / kWh (all other hours)

Peak Capacity Charge

$0.00 / NCP kW

Bundled kWh and kW rates (for informational purposes only)

All On-Peak kWhs

$0.0955 / kWh

All Off-Peak kWhs

$0.0955 / kWh

Peak kW

$0.00 / NCP kW

Adder
If a member elects to incur an additional charge for purchase of “Renewable Energy” the charge will be $0.003 per subscribed kWh not to exceed total monthly usage.


Tariff Rate Rider
This rate schedule is subject to the Tariff Rate Rider set forth on Sheet Nos. 79, 81, 81a, and 81b.


Minimum Daily Charge
The minimum charge shall be the grid access charge, plus any applicable charges and taxes, divided by 30.

Limitations

  1. Service under this schedule is not available to anyone who has a life support system in his or her home, anyone on budget billing, autopay, or Time-of-Day rate. The on-demand option is not available on this rate.
  2. A monthly statement will not be sent.
  3. The Cooperative will furnish, maintain, and own all the prepaid meter equipment.
  4. Rates are billed the same as the Farm and Home Service rates on sheet nos. 30 and 31.

Terms of Payment
Payment for service shall be made in advance. At such time as the value of the service consumed equals the value of advanced purchases, the member will have until 11:00 a.m. the following morning (Monday through Thursday, excluding holidays) to make additional payment to the Cooperative. If no payment is received by the Cooperative by that time, electric service is subject to immediate discontinuation of service from the Cooperative until additional purchases by the member are made. Discontinued members will be required to establish a positive credit balance of at least $20 before being reconnected. The Cooperative shall attempt to make actual contact with the member before discontinuing service during the cold weather period November 1, through April 30.


The Prepay Meter option is a voluntary payment plan for members who would like to make payments for electric service using a prepayment method. Should a member wish to switch to another authorized payment arrangement with the Cooperative, the member can do so at any time.


Should the electric service be discontinued, caused by member’s electrical usage having consumed the entire value of the advanced payment, the grid access charge will continue to be accumulated on the member’s account and will be deducted from the member’s next advanced payment purchase for electric service. Discontinuation for reasons of non-payment does not release members from their obligation to pay the grid access charge. After 30 days, the account will be considered an inactive account and will be processed as a new account if reconnection of service at the location is requested.


In the event the member has an indebtedness with the Cooperative for service previously provided, the Cooperative may allow member to pay the indebtedness or portions of the indebtedness, by deducting a portion or all of the indebtedness as a percentage of each prepaid service purchase made thereafter until the indebtedness is satisfied.
In the event the member has an electric service deposit with the Cooperative at the time the member elects to take service under this schedule, any amount of the deposit and interest in excess of the outstanding indebtedness will be applied as a credit on the member’s account, unless the member requests the amount be refunded.