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Jo-Carroll Energy Rate Schedules

Effective with April 2015 Use

Below you will find Jo-Carroll Energy's rate schedules. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the rate documents.

ELECTRIC RATES

Legacy Single Phase Rate

Available to all general service members for single-phase service having 75 kW or less electric demand and are subject to the established rules and regulations of the cooperative. Rates 1, 2, 6, 13, 72,74 and 100 are covered by this policy.

Legacy Electric Heat Rate

Available to all general service members for single-phase service having 75 kW or less electric demand and are subject to the established rules and regulations of the cooperative. Rates 27 and 120 are covered by this policy. Download an electric heat opt-in request form. Mail completed form to Jo-Carroll Energy, P.O. Box 390, Elizabeth, IL 61028 or email to info@jocarroll.com.

Legacy Three-Phase Rate

Available to all general service members for three-phase service having 75 kW or less electric demand and are subject to the established rules and regulations of the cooperative. Rates 5, 75 and 140 are covered by this policy.

Large General Service Rate

Available to all members where monthly maximum demand will or has exceeded 75 kW at least once annually. This schedule is subject to the established rules and regulations of the Cooperative. Rates 9, 10 and 61 are covered by this policy.

Coincident Rate

Available to all members where monthly maximum demand will or has exceeded 75 kW at least once annually. This schedule is subject to the established rules and regulations of the Cooperative. Rate 64 is covered by this policy.

Legacy Peak Alert - Time of Day

Available to all members in the Dairyland Power Cooperative power supply service area having 200 kW or more of electrical demand and, on an optional basis, for members having more than 75 kW three-phase demand subject to the established rules and regulations of the Cooperative and execution of an electric service agreement between the Cooperative and member. Rates 15 and 20 are covered by this policy.

Legacy Dual Fuel

Available for all members in the Dairyland Power Cooperative power supply service area that have permanently connected, separately metered and controlled electric service when another metered rate is also used. The service covered by this rate policy will serve only electric heating and air conditioning facilities, with no connection or facilities for connection of other electric services. Use of this service shall be in accordance with the terms and conditions in the Interruptible Service Agreement and other rules and regulations of the Cooperative. The installed load control device is subject to periodic inspections. Rates 3 and 7 are covered by this policy.

Legacy Separately Metered Water Heaters

This rate policy is closed to new services. Applicable to members in the Interstate Power & Light power supply service area with existing single-phase service to electric water heaters that may be controlled and subject to the established rules and regulations of the Cooperative. This rate is applicable for the operation of thermostatically controlled insulated storage type electric water heaters of standard make and design when used in conjunction with other regular electric service metered from the same service connection. Service shall be provided through a separate meter serving water heating facilities only, with no connection or facilities for connection of other electric services. This rate is not applicable for service for hot water space heating systems. Rate 58 is covered by this policy.

Seasonal Single-Phase Rate

Available to all members for single-phase service that is seasonal in nature that uses less than 3,500 kWh during the period April 1 through October 31. Seasonal accounts of higher use will be revised on an individual basis. Residential and commercial accounts are not eligible for this rate. Eligibility for this rate shall be determined at the time of the request. Implementation of this rate is at the sole discretion of the cooperative. Rates 12 and 220 are covered by this policy.

Grain Drying Service

Available to all consumer members for a dedicated grain drying service. Rate 28 is covered by this policy.

Area Lighting Rate

Available to all members of the Cooperative for outdoor area lighting within the Cooperative service area. This service will only be available to members who agree to enter into an agreement with the Cooperative whereby the member guarantees a minimum of 60 months' payment.

LED Area Lighting Rate

To all members of the Cooperative for outdoor area lighting within the Cooperative service area. This service will only be available to members who agree to enter into an agreement with the Cooperative whereby the member guaranteess a minimum of 60 monhts payments. However, should removal occur before 60 months have elapsed, the member will be required to pay the balance of the monthly fees or $200.00, whichever is less.

Street Lighting Rate

To all municipalities and political subdivisions for street lighting service with the condition that said municipalities, etc. become members of the Cooperative.

LED Street Lighting Rate

To all municipalities and political subdivisions for street lighting service with the condition that said municipalities, etc. become members of the Cooperative.

Wholesale Power Cost Adjustment Rider - PCA

This Wholesale Power Cost Adjustment mechanism shall apply to all Jo-Carroll Energy rate schedules for electric service.

The Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) is an adjustment made on your electric bill that goes up or down depending on the cost of power each month. The PCA is expressed in a dollars per kWh format. The rate is determined by calculating the power cost per kWh on the monthly power bill received from Jo-Carroll Energy's power providers. The PCA is determined by how much the monthly power cost per kWh is above or below an anticipated power cost.

The PCA for April 2017 is ($0.00001).

Electric Energy Assistance Rider - EEA

Energy Assistance amounts will be added each month to each account.

Electric Renewable Energy Rider - ERE

Renewable Energy amounts will be added each month to each account.

NATURAL GAS

Farm and Residential Gas Service

Available to natural gas service for residential and domestic farm uses in all areas served by the Cooperative and subject to the established rules and regulations of the Cooperative. Rate 42 is covered by this policy.

General Gas Service

Available to all non-residential members using less than 250,000 therms per year for all purposes except resale in all areas served by the Cooperative. Rate 43 is covered by this policy.

A review of member use will occur each year. If the 12-month use of the member is greater than 250,000 therms, the member shall be transferred to the Large General Gas Service Policy. The member shall remain on the assigned policy until the following annual review. All services are subject to the established rules and regulations of the Cooperative.

Large General Gas Service

Available to all non-residential members using more than 250,000 therms per year for all purposes except resale in all areas served by the Cooperative. Rate 44 is covered by this policy.

A review of member use will occur each year. If the 12-month use of the member is less than 250,000 therms, the member shall be transferred to the Small General Gas Service Policy. The member shall remain on the assigned policy until the following annual review. All services are subject to the established rules and regulations of the cooperative.

Purchased Gas Cost Adjustment

This Purchased Gas Cost Adjustment mechanism shall apply to all Jo-Carroll Energy rate schedules for natural gas service.

The Purchased Natural Gas Adjustment (PGA) is the amount on the natural gas bill that goes up or down depending on the true cost of the purchased natural gas each month. The PGA amount is expressed in a dollars per therm format. This amount appears on the bill on the same line as the use data. The PGA amount is determined by analyzing the cost of natural gas purchased directly from the pipeline, taken out of storage and related costs of purchasing and transporting the natural gas to the distribution system. A comparison between the total costs of purchased natural gas and the amount collected each month from the end users is analyzed to determine if an over or under collection  has occurred. Any over or under collection amount is part of the calculation to determine the monthly PGA.

The PGA for April 2017 is $0.47.

Natural Gas Energy Assistance Rider - GEA

Energy Assistance amounts will be added each month to each account.

Natural Gas Renewable Energy Rider - GRE

Renewable Energy amounts will be added each month to each account.

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