Rates

Rate Schedules

Glossary of Terms

  • Lassen Municipal Utility District (LMUD)
  • Kilowatt-hour (kWh)
  • Kilovolt-ampere (kVA)
  • Kilovolt-amperes reactive hours (kVArh)
  • Horsepower (hp)
  • Megawatt (MW)

Domestic/Residential

Rate Schedules 1010, 1023, 1024, and 1110 (Formerly Schedule Number 10, 10S, 10M, 11)

Domestic/Residential Applicability

This schedule is applicable to domestic lighting, heating, cooking, and single-phase domestic power service in single-family dwellings, flats, apartments, single rooms, and similar domestic living quarters which are separately metered by the utility. This rate also applies to all single-phase farm services on the premises operated by the person whose residence is supplied through the same meter.

Domestic/Residential Rate

The entire territory of LMUD.

  • Facility charge (per meter, per month): $25
  • Commodity charge (all kWh, per kWh): $0.14
Domestic/Residential History of Adjustments
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. 05/09/1988 (CP National) Not Applicable $0.1700
2. 05/10/1988 (LMUD Formation) -$0.0800 $0.0900
3. 10/01/1996 -$0.0100 $0.0800
4. 02/06/2001 $0.0350 $0.1150
5. 08/01/2001 $0.0300 $0.1450
6. 01/01/2002 -$0.0300 $0.1150
7. 03/01/2006 (PDCA) $0.0050 $0.1200
8. 06/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1250
9. 09/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1300
10. 12/01/2007 $0.0050 $0.1350
11. 06/01/2008 $0.0050 $0.1400
12. 05/01/2010 -$0.0100 $0.1300
13. 06/01/2011 -$0.0100 $0.1200
14. 07/01/2014 $0.0050 $0.1250
15. 11/01/2015 $0.0050 $0.1300
16. 12/01/2018 $0.0050 $0.1350
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.


General Service (Non-Demand)

Rate Schedules 1020 and 1120 (Formerly Schedule Number 20, 20S, 21)

General Service Applicability

Applicable to all single-phase and polyphase alternating current service except agricultural pumping and standby service subject to the discretion of LMUD.

General Service Rate

The entire territory of LMUD.

  • Facility charge (per meter, per month): $25
  • Commodity charge (all kWh, per kWh): $0.155
General Service History of Adjustments
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. 05/09/1988 (CP National) Not Applicable $0.1364
2. 05/10/1988 (LMUD Takeover) -$0.0264 $0.1100
3. 10/01/1996 -$0.0200 $0.0900
4. 02/06/2001 $0.0400 $0.1300
5. 08/01/2001 $0.0300 $0.1600
6. 01/01/2002 -$0.0300 $0.1300
7. 03/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1350
8. 06/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1400
9. 09/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1450
10. 12/01/2007 $0.0050 $0.1500
11. 06/01/2008 $0.0050 $0.1550
12. 05/01/2010 -$0.0100 $0.1450
13. 06/01/2011 -$0.0100 $0.1350
14. 07/01/2014 $0.0050 $0.1400
15. 11/01/2015 $0.0050 $0.1450
16. 12/01/2018 $0.0050 $0.1500
General Service Special Conditions
  1. Voltage: Service on this schedule will be supplied at the standard secondary voltage available. Where polyphase power is to be combined with single-phase, a 4-wire service will be supplied, either 120/240 volt, 120/208 volt, or 277/480 volt, whichever is available.
  2. Temporary service will be provided under this schedule.
  3. Schedule 1120 is a seasonal general service dwelling that should not be estimated when the meter is not read.

General Service Demand

Rate Schedule 1025 (Formerly Schedule Number 25, 26)

General Service Demand Applicability

Applicable to all single-phase and polyphase alternating current service except agricultural pumping and standby service subject to the discretion of LMUD.

General Service Demand Rate

The entire territory of LMUD.

  • Facility charge (per meter, per month): $44
  • Demand charge (all kWh, per kWh): $6
  • Commodity charge (all kWh, per kWh): $0.135
General Service Demand History of Adjustments
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. 05/09/1988 (CP National) Not Applicable $0.1001
2. 10/01/1996 -$0.0300 $0.0700
3. 02/06/2001 $0.0400 $0.1100
4. 08/01/2001 $0.0300 $0.1400
5. 01/01/2002 -$0.0300 $0.1100
6. 03/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1150
7. 06/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1200
8. 09/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1250
9. 12/01/2007 $0.0050 $0.1300
10. 06/01/2008 $0.0050 $0.1350
11. 05/01/2010 -$0.0100 $0.1250
12. 06/01/2011 -$0.0100 $0.1150
13. 07/01/2014 $0.0050 $0.1200
14. 11/01/2015 $0.0050 $0.1250
15. 12/01/2018 $0.0050 $0.1300
General Service Demand Special Conditions
  1. Voltage: Service on this schedule will be supplied at the standard secondary voltage available. Where polyphase power is to be combined with single-phase, a 4-wire service will be supplied, either 120/240 volt, 120/208 volt, or 277/480 volt, whichever is available.
  2. A demand meter will be installed and connected to all service where billings for three consecutive months have exceeded 15,000 kWh and continued in service until the monthly usage has fallen below 10,000 kWh for 12 consecutive months, at which time the rate 1020 will apply, whereupon at the option of the company the meter may be removed and replaced with a non-demand meter.
  3. The billing demand will be the highest kilowatt load measured during the 15-minute period of maximum use during the month, to the nearest whole kilowatt.

Industrial

Rate Schedule 1070 (Formerly Schedule Number 70)

Industrial Applicability

This schedule is applicable to alternating current service for all customers whose maximum demand in any time period is 500 kilowatts or greater subject to the discretion of LMUD.

Industrial Rate

The entire territory of LMUD.

  • Facility charge (per meter, per month): $300
  • Demand charge (all kWh, per kWh): $7
  • Commodity charge (all kWh, per kWh): $0.130
Industrial History of Adjustments
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. Energy Rate Effective Date: 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $0.0650
2. 02/06/2001 $0.0400 $0.1050
3. 08/01/2001 $0.0300 $0.1350
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.0300 $0.1050
5. 03/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1100
6. 06/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1150
7. 09/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1200
8. 12/01/2007 $0.0050 $0.1250
9. 06/01/2008 $0.0050 $0.1300
10. 05/01/2010 -$0.0100 $0.1200
11. 06/01/2011 -$0.0100 $0.1100
12. 07/01/2014 $0.0050 $0.1150
13. 11/01/2015 $0.0050 $0.1200
14. 12/01/2018 $0.0050 $0.1250
Industrial Special Conditions
  1. Voltage: Any standard available distribution voltage, single or polyphase, at the customer's choice, but not more than one, will be supplied under this schedule.
  2. The maximum demand in any month will be the maximum average power taken during any 15-minute interval in the month. In cases where the use of energy is intermittent or subject to violent fluctuations, a five-minute interval may be used.
  3. Primary Voltage Discount: Customers owning their own transformers and taking service at 6900 volts or higher will receive the following discount:
    • First 1,000 kVA of transformer capacity: $0.15 per kVA per month
    • Over 1,000 kVA of transformer capacity: $0.10 per kVA per month

Susanville Indian Rancheria (SIR) Western Area Power Administration

Rate Schedules 1011, 1021, 1026, 6150, 6151

SIR Applicability

This tariff is applicable to all meters located upon and within Susanville Indian Rancheria jurisdictional lands immediately north of the City of Susanville, and any additional lands in such areas that SIR may acquire. The discount will not apply to SIR lands which exceed SIR’s yearly allocation of 0.103% of the base resource from Western Area Power Administration. This discount will become effective with the January 1, 2005 cycle billing and remain in effect during the term of Contract Number 00-SNR-00372 between the Susanville Indian Rancheria and Western Area Power Administration and the term of Contract Number 00-SNR00472 between Susanville Indian Rancheria, Lassen Municipal Utility District, and Western Area Power Administration, subject to the discretion of LMUD.

SIR Rate

Lands within the “applicable” areas as set forth above located within LMUD territory.

SIR Rates

A 20% discount on pertinent rates (as defined in the District’s Rate Schedules) will be applied to accounts meeting the above criteria. The discount shall be adjusted in direct proportion to any future rate changes imposed by the District.


Reactive, Stand-by, & Supplementary

Rate Schedules 1080, 1081, 1082, 1083 (Formerly Schedule Number 80)

Reactive, Stand-by, & Supplementary Applicability

This schedule is applicable to standby and supplementary service to customers whose premises are regularly supplied, in whole or in part, from their own generating facility subject to the discretion of LMUD.

Reactive, Stand-by, & Supplementary Rate

The entire territory of LMUD.

  • Facility charge (per meter, per month): $300
  • Standby charge per kilowatt of contract capacity: $0.60
  • Reactive charge per kVArh: $0.003
  • Demand charge (all kWh, per kWh): $7
  • Commodity charge (all kWh, per kWh): $0.135
Reactive, Stand-by, & Supplementary History of Adjustments
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. Energy Rate Effective Date: 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $0.0700
2. 02/06/2001 $0.0400 $0.1100
3. 08/01/2001 $0.0300 $0.1400
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.0300 $0.1100
5. 03/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1150
6. 06/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1200
7. 09/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1250
8. 12/01/2007 $0.0050 $0.1300
9. 06/01/2008 $0.0050 $0.1350
10. 05/01/2010 -$0.0100 $0.1250
11. 06/01/2011 -$0.0100 $0.1150
12. 07/01/2014 $0.0050 $0.1200
13. 11/01/2015 $0.0050 $0.1250
14. 12/01/2018 $0.0050 $0.1300
Reactive, Stand-by, & Supplementary Special Conditions
  1. Demand and energy charges only apply to capacity and energy customer purchases from LMUD in any monthly period.
  2. The maximum demand in any month will be the maximum average power taken during any 15-minute interval in the month. In cases where the use of energy is intermittent or subject to violent fluctuations, a five-minute interval may be used.

Agricultural Pumping Service

Rate Schedule 1030 (Formerly Schedule Number 30)

Agricultural Applicability

This schedule is applicable to installations of five hp or more for pumping water for agricultural irrigation purposes subject to the discretion of LMUD.

Agricultural Rate

The entire territory of LMUD.

  • Facility charge (per meter, per month): $25
  • Horsepower charge (All hp, per hp, per year):: $6
  • Commodity charge (all kWh, per kWh): $0.14
Agricultural History of Adjustments
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. 05/09/1988 (CP National) Not Applicable $0.1050
2. 05/10/1988 (LMUD Takeover) -$0.0120 $0.0930
3. 10/01/1996 -$0.0080 $0.0850
4. 02/06/2001 $0.0400 $0.1250
5. 08/01/2001 $0.0300 $0.1550
6. 01/01/2002 -$0.0300 $0.1250
7. 03/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1300
8. 06/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1350
9. 09/01/2006 $0.0050 $0.1400
10. 12/01/2007 $0.0050 $0.1450
11. 06/01/2008 $0.0050 $0.1500
12. 05/01/2010 -$0.0100 $0.1400
13. 06/01/2011 -$0.0100 $0.1300
14. 01/01/2013 -$0.0100 $0.1200
15. 07/01/2014 $0.0050 $0.1250
16. 11/01/2015 $0.0050 $0.1300
17. 12/01/2018 $0.0050 $0.1350
Agricultural Special Conditions
  1. Service under this schedule will be available on a 12-month basis.
  2. The annual hp charge applies to service rendered during the five-month irrigation season, beginning May 1 and ending September 30 of each year. However, the total annual hp charge will be applied to the billing for the first metered usage commencing January 1 of each year.
  3. The hp charge will be based on the largest load that may be connected at any one time, but not less than five hp.

Street & Area Lighting

Outdoor Area Lighting Service

Rate Schedules 6050 and 6051

Outdoor Area Lighting Service Applicability

Applicable to all customers for outdoor lighting. Service furnished from dusk to dawn. Utility-owned lamps and luminaires will be supplied from utility's overhead and underground circuits. Lights will be mounted on utility-owned poles, or on customer-owned service poles acceptable to the utility, subject to the discretion of LMUD.

Outdoor Area Lighting Service Rate

The entire territory of LMUD.

  • EE (6050/100w): 9,500 lumens, 100 watts (40 kWH): $8.83 per lamp per month
  • EF (6051/200w): 22,000 lumens, 200 watts (78 kWh): $14.71 per lamp per month
Outdoor Area Lighting Service History of Adjustments
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. EE Code Rate 6050 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $5.98
2. 02/06/2001 $0.040 per kWh: $1.600 $7.58
3. 08/01/2001 $0.030 per kWh: $1.200 $8.78
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.030 per kWh: -$1.200 $7.58
5. 03/01/2006 $0.030 (4.4%): $0.330 $7.91
6. 06/01/2006 $0.329 (4.166%): $0.330 $8.24
7. 09/01/2006 $0.317 (3.846%): $0.320 $8.56
8. 12/01/2007 $0.330 (3.85%): $0.330 $8.89
9. 06/01/2008 $0.330 (3.71%): $0.330 $9.22
10. 05/01/2010 -$0.660 (7.14%): -$0.660 $8.56
11. 06/01/2011 -$0.660 (7.70%): -$0.660 $7.90
12. 07/01/2014 $0.331 (4.16%): $0.331 $8.23
13. 11/01/2015 $0.200 (2.00%): $0.200 $8.43
14. 12/01/2018 - $8.63

 

Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. EF Code Rate 6051 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $9.34
2. 02/06/2001 $0.040 per kWh: $3.12 $12.46
3. 08/01/2001 $0.030 per kWh: $2.34 $14.80
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.030 per kWh: -$2.34 $12.46
5. 03/01/2006 $0.055 (4.4%): $0.55 $13.01
6. 06/01/2006 $0.540 (4.166%): $0.54 $13.55
7. 09/01/2006 $0.520 (3.846%): $0.52 $14.07
8. 12/01/2007 $0.540 (3.85%): $0.54 $14.61
9. 06/01/2008 $0.540 (3.696%): $0.54 $15.15
10. 05/01/2010 -$1.080 (7.14%): -$1.08 $14.07
11. 06/01/2011 -$1.080 (7.71%): -$1.08 $12.99
12. 07/01/2014 $0.540 (4.16%): $0.54 $13.54
13. 11/01/2015 $0.390 (3.00%): $0.39 $13.93
14. 12/01/2018 - $14.32
Outdoor Area Lighting Service Special Conditions
  1. This service will be in accordance with District Electric Service Policy and utility specifications as to equipment, installation, maintenance, and operation. Maintenance will be performed as soon as practicable after notification of problem, subject to the utility's operating schedules. Credit for outages will not be given.
  2. This schedule is not applicable to municipal or other public lighting authorities for street lighting use.
  3. Area light will be relocated at the expense of the customer.
  4. Area lights installed on or along City, County, or State Highways will require approval from the appropriate agency having jurisdiction to ensure the light will not be a traffic hazard.
  5. Underground and overhead service will have a non-refundable conductor charge as outlined in the District's Electric Service Policy.
  6. If underground service is requested, the customer will provide trenching and backfill, including all costs for paving, conduit, and other related expenses where applicable.

Street & Highway Lighting Service Maintained by Customer

Rate Schedules 6070, 6071, 6072, 6073

Street & Highway Lighting Service Maintained by Customer Applicability

This schedule is applicable to service furnished to municipal or other public lighting authorities. Service will be supplied from overhead and underground distribution lines to street, highway, and other public outdoor lighting installations, where the customer installs, owns, and maintains the equipment and the utility supplies the energy, subject to the discretion of LMUD.

Street & Highway Lighting Service Maintained by Customer Rate

The entire territory of LMUD.

  • EO (6073/EO1W): 20,000 lumens, 400 watts (146 kWh): $25.78 per lamp per month
  • EV (6070/EV1W): 9,500 lumens, 100 watts (40 kWh): $9.35 per lamp per month
  • EW (6072/EW2W): 22,000 lumens, 200 watts (78 kWh): $15.38 per lamp per month
  • EY (6071/EY1W): 9,500 lumens, 100 watts (40 kWh): $9.35 per lamp per month
Street & Highway Lighting Service Maintained by Customer History of Adjustments
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. EO Code Rate 6073 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $15.88
2. 02/06/2001 $0.040 per kWh: $5.84 $21.72
3. 08/01/2001 $0.030 per kWh: $4.38 $26.10
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.030 per kWh: -$4.38 $21.72
5. 03/01/2006 $0.096 (4.4%): $0.96 $22.68
6. 06/01/2006 $0.948 (4.166%): $0.95 $23.63
7. 09/01/2006 $0.908 (3.846%): $0.91 $24.54
8. 12/01/2007 $0.944 (3.85%): $0.94 $25.48
9. 06/01/2008 $0.940 (3.69%): $0.94 $26.42
10. 05/01/2010 -$1.890 (7.14%): -$1.89 $24.53
11. 06/01/2011 -$1.890 (7.14%): -$1.89 $22.64
12. 07/01/2014 $0.950 (4.16%): $0.95 $23.59
13. 11/01/2015 $0.730 (3.00%): $0.73 $24.32
14. 12/01/2018 - $25.05
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. EV Code Rate 6070 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $6.46
2. 02/06/2001 $0.040 per kWh: $1.60 $8.06
3. 08/01/2001 $0.030 per kWh: $1.20 $9.26
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.030 per kWh: -$1.20 $8.06
5. 03/01/2006 $0.350 (4.4%): $0.35 $8.41
6. 06/01/2006 $0.350 (4.166%): $0.35 $8.76
7. 09/01/2006 $0.336 (3.846%): $0.34 $9.10
8. 12/01/2007 $0.350 (3.85%): $0.35 $9.45
9. 06/01/2008 $0.350 (3.70%): $0.35 $9.80
10. 05/01/2010 -$0.700 (7.14%): -$0.70 $9.10
11. 06/01/2011 -$0.700 (7.71%): -$0.70 $8.40
12. 07/01/2014 $0.350 (4.16%): $0.35 $8.75
13. 11/01/2015 $0.200 (2.00%): $0.20 $8.95
14. 12/01/2018 - $9.15
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. EW Code Rate 6072 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $9.96
2. 02/06/2001 $0.040 per kWh: $3.12 $13.08
3. 08/01/2001 $0.030 per kWh: $2.34 $15.42
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.030 per kWh: -$2.34 $13.08
5. 03/01/2006 $0.580 (4.4%): $0.58 $13.66
6. 06/01/2006 $0.569 (4.166%): $0.57 $14.23
7. 09/01/2006 $0.547 (3.846%): $0.34 $14.78
8. 12/01/2007 $0.569 (3.85%): $0.57 $15.35
9. 06/01/2008 $0.570 (3.70%): $0.57 $15.92
10. 05/01/2010 -$1.140 (7.14%): -$1.14 $14.78
11. 06/01/2011 -$1.140 (7.14%): -$1.14 $13.64
12. 07/01/2014 $0.570 (4.16%): $0.57 $14.21
13. 11/01/2015 $0.390 (3.00%): $0.39 $14.60
14. 12/01/2018 - $14.99
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. EY Code Rate 6071 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $6.46
2. 02/06/2001 $0.040 per kWh: $1.60 $8.06
3. 08/01/2001 $0.030 per kWh: $1.20 $9.26
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.030 per kWh: -$1.20 $8.06
5. 03/01/2006 $0.350 (4.4%): $0.35 $8.41
6. 06/01/2006 $0.350 (4.166%): $0.535 $8.76
7. 09/01/2006 $0.340 (3.846%): $0.34 $9.10
8. 12/01/2007 $0.350 (3.85%): $0.35 $9.45
9. 06/01/2008 $0.350 (3.70%): $0.35 $9.80
10. 05/01/2010 -$0.700 (7.14%): -$0.70 $9.10
11. 06/01/2011 -$0.700 (7.14%): -$0.70 $8.40
12. 07/01/2014 $0.350 (4.16%): $0.35 $8.75
13. 11/01/2015 $0.200 (2.00%): $0.20 $8.95
14. 12/01/2018 - $9.15
Street & Highway Lighting Service Maintained by Customer Special Conditions
  1. This service will be in accordance with District Electric Service Policy and utility specifications as to equipment, installation, and operation.
  2. Credit for outages will not be given.
  3. The customer shall specify in writing the exact location and size of each lamp installed. LMUD will specify service point.
  4. Streetlights will be relocated at the expense of the customer.
  5. Underground and overhead service will have a non-refundable conductor charge as outlined in the District Electric Service Policy.
  6. If underground service is requested, the customer will provide trenching and backfill, including all costs for paving, conduit, and other related expenses where applicable.

Street & Highway Lighting Service

Rate Schedules 6060, 6061, 6062, 6063, 6064, 6065, And 6066

Street & Highway Lighting Service Applicability

This schedule is applicable to service furnished to municipal or other public lighting authorities. Service will be supplied from overhead and underground distribution lines to street, highway, and other public outdoor lighting installations, where the customer installs and contributes the equipment, and the utility supplies the energy and maintains the equipment at the discretion of LMUD.

Street & Highway Lighting Service Rate

The entire territory of LMUD.

  • EO (6065/EO4U): 20,000 Lumens, 400 Watts(146 kWh): $25.75 per lamp per month
  • EV (6061/EV1U): 9,500 Lumens, 100 Watts(40 kWh): $9.35
  • EW (6064/EW2W): 22,000 Lumens, 200 Watts(78 kWh): $15.38
  • EY (6060/EY1U): 9,500 Lumens, 100 Watts(40 kWh): $9.35
  • E1 (6062/E11U): 9,500 Lumens, 100 Watts(40 kWh): $12.43
    • E1 is EY w/metal pole charge of $3.08 added prior to 1981 (E1 is no longer available to new accounts)
  • DP (6066) is decorative pole charge of $7.67 after 1981: $7.67
  • 6063/EVDU: 100 watts mounted on decorative pole: $17.02
Street & Highway Lighting Service History of Adjustments
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. EO Code Rate 6065 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $15.88
2. 02/06/2001 $0.040 per kWh: $5.84 $21.72
3. 08/01/2001 $0.030 per kWh: $4.38 $26.10
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.030 per kWh: -$4.38 $21.72
5. 03/01/2006 $0.960 (4.4%): $0.96 $22.68
6. 06/01/2006 $0.945 (4.4%): $0.95 $23.63
7. 09/01/2006 $0.908 (3.846%): $0.91 $24.54
8. 12/01/2007 $0.944 (3.85%): $0.94 $25.48
9. 06/01/2008 $0.942 (3.70%): $0.94 $26.42
10. 05/01/2010 -$1.890 (7.14%): -$1.89 $24.53
11. 06/01/2011 -$1.890 (7.14%): -$1.89 $22.64
12. 07/01/2014 $0.950 (4.16%): $0.95 $23.59
13. 11/01/2015 $0.730 (3.00%): $0.73 $24.32
14. 12/01/2018 - $25.05
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. EV Code Rate 6061 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $6.46
2. 02/06/2001 $0.040 per kWh: $1.60 $8.06
3. 08/01/2001 $0.030 per kWh: $1.20 $9.26
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.030 per kWh: -$1.20 $8.06
5. 03/01/2006 $0.350 (4.4%): $0.35 $8.41
6. 06/01/2006 $0.350 (4.166%): $0.35 $8.76
7. 09/01/2006 $0.336 (3.846%): $0.34 $9.10
8. 12/01/2007 $0.350 (3.85%): $0.35 $9.45
9. 06/01/2008 $0.350 (3.70%): $0.35 $9.80
10. 05/01/2010 -$0.700 (7.14%): -$0.70 $9.10
11. 06/01/2011 -$0.700 (7.14%): -$0.70 $8.40
12. 07/01/2014 $0.350 (4.16%): $0.35 $8.75
13. 11/01/2015 $0.200 (2.00%): $0.20 $8.95
14. 12/01/2018 - $9.15
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. EW Code Rate 6064 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $9.96
2. 02/06/2001 $0.040 per kWh: $3.12 $13.08
3. 08/01/2001 $0.030 per kWh: $2.34 $15.42
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.030 per kWh: -$2.34 $13.08
5. 03/01/2006 $0.580 (4.4%): $0.58 $13.66
6. 06/01/2006 $0.569 (4.166%): $0.57 $14.23
7. 09/01/2006 $0.547 (3.846%): $0.55 $14.78
8. 12/01/2007 $0.569 (3.85%): $0.57 $15.35
9. 06/01/2008 $0.567 (3.70%): $0.57 $15.92
10. 05/01/2010 -$1.140 (7.14%): -$1.14 $14.78
11. 06/01/2011 -$1.140 (7.14%): -$1.14 $13.64
12. 07/01/2014 $0.570 (4.16%): $0.57 $14.21
13. 11/01/2015 $0.390 (3.00%): $0.39 $14.60
14. 12/01/2018 - $14.99
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. EY Code Rate 6060 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $6.46
2. 02/06/2001 $0.040 per kWh: $1.60 $8.06
3. 08/01/2001 $0.030 per kWh: $1.20 $9.26
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.030 per kWh: -$1.20 $8.06
5. 03/01/2006 $0.350 (4.4%): $0.35 $8.41
6. 06/01/2006 $0.350 (4.166%): $0.35 $8.76
7. 09/01/2006 $0.336 (3.846%): $0.34 $9.10
8. 12/01/2007 $0.350 (3.85%): $0.35 $9.45
9. 06/01/2008 $0.350 (3.70%): $0.35 $9.80
10. 05/01/2010 -$0.700 (7.14%): -$0.70 $9.10
11. 06/01/2011 -$0.700 (7.14%): -$0.70 $8.40
12. 07/01/2014 $0.350 (4.16%): $0.35 $8.75
13. 11/01/2015 $0.200 (2.00%): $0.20 $8.95
14. 12/01/2018 - $9.15
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. E1 Code Rate 6062 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $9.54
2. 02/06/2001 $0.040 per kWh: $1.60 $11.14
3. 08/01/2001 $0.030 per kWh: $1.20 $12.34
4. 01/01/2002 -$0.030 per kWh: -$1.20 $11.14
5. 03/01/2006 $0.490 (4.4%): $0.49 $11.63
6. 06/01/2006 $0.484 (4.166%): $0.48 $12.11
7. 09/01/2006 $0.465 (3.846%): $0.47 $12.58
8. 12/01/2007 $0.484 (3.85%): $0.48 $13.06
9. 06/01/2008 $0.480 (3.70%): $0.48 $13.54
10. 05/01/2010 -$0.970 (7.14%): -$0.97 $12.57
11. 06/01/2011 -$0.970 (7.14%): -$0.97 $11.60
12. 07/01/2014 $0.490 (4.16%): $0.49 $12.09
13. 11/01/2015 $0.200 (2.00%): $0.20 $12.29
14. 12/01/2018 - $12.23
Effective Date Adjustment Adjusted Commodity Charge
1. EVDU Code Rate 6063 effective 10/01/1996 Not Applicable $15.73 ($8.06 EV plus $7.67 DP)
2. 03/01/2006 $0.35 (4.4% of EV charge only) $16.08
3. 06/01/2006 $0.35 (4.166% of EV charge only) $16.43
4. 09/01/2006 $0.34 (3.846% of EV charge only) $16.77
5. 12/01/2007 $0.35 (3.85% of EV charge only) $17.12
6. 06/01/2008 $0.35 (3.70% of EV charge only) $17.47
7. 05/01/2010 -$0.70 (7.14% of EV charge only) $16.77
8. 06/01/2011 -$0.70 (7.14% of EV charge only) $16.07
9. 07/01/2014 $0.35 (4.16% of EV charge only) $16.42
10. 11/01/2015 $0.20 (1.00% of EV charge only) $16.62
11. 12/01/2018 - $16.82
Street & Highway Lighting Service Special Conditions
  1. This service will be in accordance with District Electric Service Policy and utility specifications as to equipment, installation, maintenance, and operation. Maintenance will be performed as soon as practicable after notification of problem, subject to the utility's operating schedules. Credit for outages will not be given.
  2. Streetlights will be relocated at the expense of the customer.
  3. Underground and overhead service will have a non-refundable conductor charge as outlined in the District Electric Service Policy.
  4. If underground service is requested, the customer will provide trenching and backfill, including all costs of paving, conduit, and other related expenses where applicable.
  5. A decorative pole is one of the following: steel, fiberglass, or aluminum.
  6. Specific agreements or arrangements.

Open Access Transmission Tariff/Interconnection Agreements

Visit our Renewable Energy Projects page for information on generator projects and the Open Access Transmission Tariff.


Net Metering

A net energy metering schedule for wind and solar generation of 1 megatwatts or less to be applied concurrently with the customer’s existing LMUD rate schedule

Net Metering Purpose

The purpose of this schedule is to establish rates, terms, and conditions for providing net energy metering service to residential, commercial, and agricultural customers generating electricity using solar and wind facilities. This schedule complies with California State legislation requiring every electric utility in the state, including municipally-owned utilities, to develop a standard contract or tariff providing for net energy metering, as defined below.

Net Metering Applicability

This schedule is applicable on a first-come, first-served basis up to a total of 5% of LMUD’s aggregate customer peak load as of the end of the previous fiscal year. This schedule is available to residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural customers where a part or all of the electrical requirements of the customer can be supplied from a solar or wind power production source owned and operated by the customer (customer-generator). Customer-generators must currently be receiving service (or be eligible for service) under LMUD’s rate schedules 1010, 1011, 1020, 1021, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1030, and 1070, or their successors.

The solar or wind generation source must:

  1. Not exceed a capacity of one megawatt
  2. Be located on the customer-generator's premises
  3. Be connected for parallel operation with LMUD’s distribution facilities
  4. Be intended for the sole purpose of offsetting a part or all of the customer-generator's own electrical requirements. In no case shall the power or energy generated by the customer-owned solar or wind source be available for resale, except as specified under this Schedule.

Additional terms and conditions for service, including terms of interconnection and parallel operation, are specified in a customer-specific Interconnection and Purchase Agreement for Net Energy Metering, a copy of which is available at the LMUD office or on our web site. The form of this contract may change from time to time.

This service is available throughout LMUD's entire service area where the retail electric services of LMUD:

  1. Are available
  2. Are of adequate capacity to serve
  3. Are adjacent to the premises

Applicability of this tariff does not extend to customers whose solar or wind power source exceeds one megawatt.

Net Metering Special Conditions
  1. Interconnection Agreement. A current signed version of LMUD’s Interconnection and Purchase Agreement for Net Energy Metering between the customer-generator and LMUD is required to obtain service under this Schedule.
  2. Net Energy. Net energy is defined as ES minus EG, where ES is energy supplied by LMUD and EG is energy generated by the customer-generator and fed back into LMUD’s system when the customer's generation exceeds customer requirements. The components of net energy, ES and EG, shall be determined by the use of a single, non-demand, non-time-differentiated meter. All necessary labor, equipment, materials, and related facilities' costs in addition to, or in substitution of, LMUD’s standard facilities that are required in order to take and sell power through one meter socket will be at the customer-generator's expense.
    1. Net Energy Supplied (ES greater than EG). Net energy supplied occurs when the cumulative value of the net energy is positive over an entire billing period. The amount of net energy supplied will be billed at the customer-generator’s then applicable LMUD Rate Schedule.
    2. NET Energy Transmitted (ES less than EG). Net energy transmitted occurs when the cumulative value of net energy is negative over an entire billing period. Such net energy transmitted will be credited to the customer-generator’s account at the customer-generator’s then applicable LMUD Rate Schedule until an end-of-contract-year true-up, as described in Sections 3 and 4.
  3. Billing and Payment. The billing period to be used under this Schedule shall be the customary monthly billing period. Customers will be assigned to a NEM Rate Schedule corresponding to the Rate Schedule they would be served under if they were not NEM customers, as shown in the table below. All charges from the Normal (non-NEM) Rate Schedule shall continue to apply.
    Normal Rate Schedule Description NEM Rate Schedule
    1010 Residential SB 01-12
    1023 Residential SB 01-12
    1024 Residential SB 01-12
    1011 Residential SIR SD 01-12
    1020 Small Commercial (less than 50 kWh per year) PS 01-12
    1020 Commercial (50,000 or more kWh per year) PS 01-12
    1021 Small Commercial (less than 50 kWh per year) PD 01-12
    1021 Commercial SIR (50000 or more kWh per year PD 01-12
    1025 Large Commercial PL 01-12
    1026 Large Commercial SIR PR 01-12
    1030 Agricultural PA 01-12
    1070 Industrial PI 01-12
    1. Residential and small commercial customers (including residential and small commercial SIR) will receive a monthly statement of account showing the current month’s net energy supplied or net energy transmitted, plus other charges as specified in their respective rate schedules. All net energy supplied or net energy transmitted (plus other charges) shall be carried forward to the next month’s bill until the end of the contract year. No payment will be due until the end of the contract year, although the customer may pay any balance owed to LMUD at any time. At the end of each contract year, customers in these classes will be either (i) billed for net energy supplied over the course of the year as specified in their respective rate schedules (plus other charges), or (ii) credited for net energy transmitted to LMUD as described in Section 4 below.
    2. For customers not included in Section 3.a. above, the net balance of any money owed to the utility shall be paid in accordance with the normal monthly billing schedule. During any month in which the customer has a net balance of energy transmitted to the utility, this balance shall be carried forward as a credit to the next billing period. until the end of the contract year. If a credit remains at the end of the contract year, the customer will be credited as described in Section 4 below.
  4. Compensation for Annual Net Energy Transmitted. At the end of each contract year, LMUD will credit customers for any net energy transmitted to LMUD at a rate established by the LMUD Board of Directors specifically for this purpose. If this credit exceeds other charges incurred but not paid during the year, the customer may choose to receive a check from LMUD for the net balance. Absent such a choice, the monetary credit will be applied to the account. Any Renewable Energy Credits associated with energy purchased by LMUD through the provisions of this section will be the property of LMUD.
  5. Partial Requirements Provider. The customer-generator agrees to take all supplemental electric service (i.e., supplemental to power from the qualifying solar or wind generation) from LMUD. In no event shall the customer use additional self-generation (except emergency back-up), co-generation, or electricity wheeled from any other source without the consent of LMUD.
  6. Rules and Regulations. Other conditions, as specified in LMUD’s Rules and Regulations, shall apply to this Rate Schedule.

Distributed (Customer) Generation

View our Distributed/Customer Generation page for the rate schedule and applications for installing generation.