Aiken Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Irrigation Time of Use Service
Schedule “I-TOU”

Effective on Bills Rendered on or After July 1, 2014.

Available to consumers located on or near the Cooperative's distribution lines for all irrigation uses requiring up to 750kVA of three-phase installed transformer capacity, subject to the established Service Rules and Regulations of the Cooperative.

Service Charge: $25.00 per Month
Energy Charge:
All on-peak kWh 20.0375 cents per kWh
All off-peak kWh 7.2955 cents per kWh

The consumer agrees to maintain unity power factor as nearly as practicable. Billing charges will be adjusted to correct for average power factors during operation lower than 85% as follows:
Measured kW demand will be increased 1% for each 1% by which the average power factor is less than 85%. The actual measured kW demand value will be subtracted from this adjusted kW value and the remaining kW will then be multiplied by $12.00. The result of this calculation will be added to the monthly bill.

The Cooperative reserves the right to redefine power factor thresholds and adjustment factors as with any other charges associated with the rate.

On-Peak Hours:
Summer Months (June- September)
1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Winter Months (October - May)
6:00 a.m. to 11:00 am and 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Off-Peak Hours:
All hours not specified above as On-Peak Hours

The Cooperative reserves the right to redefine the off-peak hours due to changing load patterns. The Cooperative will give not less than 60 days notice to consumers served.

The above rates shall be adjusted in accordance with Schedule PCA.

Single Phase or Multi-Phase, 60 cycles, at standard voltages.

Service shall be rendered to the consumer by the Cooperative only under the following conditions:
1. Motors having a rated capacity in excess of ten horsepower (10 HP) must be three-phase.
2. Both power and supplementary lighting may be billed at the applicable rate. If a separate meter is required for the lighting circuit, the registrations of the two meters shall not be added to obtain the billing units used.
3. All wiring, pole lines, and other electrical equipment beyond the metering point, shall be considered the distribution system of the consumer and shall be furnished and maintained by the consumer.
4. This rate does not contain a minimum bill component associated with the additional investment to plant require to extend service. This rate does not require a contribution in aid of construction up to a maximum estimated additional investment required to extend service of $100,000 (one
hundred thousand dollars). Should the total estimated additional investment to plant required to extend service exceed $100,000 (one hundred thousand dollars), the total amount of the estimated additional investment to plant exceeding $100,000 (one hundred thousand dollars) must be paid, by the consumer to the Cooperative, in full and in advance of construction.

The above rates are net. Bills are due when rendered and past due if not paid within 20 days of the billing date.