Domestic/Residential Special Conditions

  1. Separately metered wells, barns, and miscellaneous loads will be on Schedule No. 1020 or other applicable rate schedule.
  2. Schedule 1110 (Seasonal Residential) is a seasonal residential dwelling that should not be estimated when the meter is not read.
  3. Schedule 1023 (Multi-Family Service: Submetered) is applicable to service for domestic lighting, heating, cooking, and power service supplied to multi-family accommodations through a master meter on a single premises with all the individual family units submetered.

    Special Conditions (Schedule 1023): Miscellaneous electrical loads on the master meter such as general lighting, laundry rooms, general maintenance, and other similar usage incidental to the operation of the premises as a multi-family accommodation will be considered as domestic usage. Miscellaneous loads separately metered will not be considered as domestic usage. Electric energy used for non-domestic enterprises such as stores, restaurants, service stations, and other similar establishments will be separately metered and billed under applicable schedules.

  4. Schedule 1024 (Multi-Family Service: Not-Submetered) is applicable to service for domestic lighting, heating, cooking, and power service supplied to multi-family accommodations (including apartment buildings and mobile home parks) through one meter on a single premises.

    Special Conditions (Schedule 1024): Miscellaneous electrical loads on the master meter such as general lighting, laundry rooms, general maintenance, and other similar usage incidental to the operation of the premises as a multi-family accommodation will be considered as domestic usage. Miscellaneous loads separately metered will not be considered as domestic usage. Electric energy used for non-domestic enterprises such as stores, restaurants, service stations, and other similar establishments will be separately metered and billed under applicable schedules.