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TIME OF USE RATES Education & Outreach FOR Agricultural & Pumping Customers scap energy management committee meeting august 12, 2013. BASICS: Time-of-Use Statewide Initiative. OUTREACH: TOU Customer Communication. @. SCE.com/TOU, My Account, Rate Analyzer, and solutions that

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TIME OF USE RATESEducation & Outreach FOR Agricultural & Pumping Customers scap energy management committee meetingaugust 12, 2013
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OUTREACH: TOU Customer Communication

@

SCE.com/TOU, My Account, Rate Analyzer, and solutions that

will help customers with the TOU transition

120+ Events, including energy walks, chamber meetings, business forums and presentations

Targeted banner ads, paid search, social media and other vehicles

Digital Campaign

traditional summer time periods
Traditional Summer Time Periods

SEASONAL: Traditional Time Periods

Traditional Winter Time Periods

Highest Energy Charge

Medium Energy Charge

Lowest Energy Charge

Medium Energy Charge

Lowest Energy Charge

Three different TOU periods:

Holidays:

  • Holidays are considered Off-Peak or Super Off-Peak. When any holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday is recognized as the holiday

On-Peak: Highest Energy Charge

Mid-Peak: Medium Energy Charge

Off-Peak: Lowest Energy Charge

time profile standard tou rate
TIME PROFILE: Standard TOU Rate

% Time / Number of Hours

Average per Month

rate componets demand kw energy kwh
RATE COMPONETS: Demand (kW) / Energy (kWh)

Power (kW or Demand) is a measure of how quickly work is being done.

Energy (kWh) is a measure of how much work was done

  • Car Example
    • The speedometer measures the rate at which work is being done - your Speed is like Kw
    • The odometer measures how much work was done - Miles driven is like kWh
  • 1kW = 1.341 Horsepower
  • 1 kWh = Ten 100 watt light bulbs running for 1 hour
  • Watts is a unit of power
  • kW =1000 Watts (kilo is 1000 times)
demand example
DEMAND EXAMPLE
  • Measured Demand is an average demand over a 15 minute interval

15 minute Demand Interval

additional21kW comes on

9kW shuts off

9kW

0 – 5 minutes: 9 kW x 1/3 of time = 3 kW avg.

5 – 10 minutes: 30 kW x 1/3 of time = 10 kW avg.

10 – 15 minutes: 21 kW x 1/3 of time = 7 kW avg.

Total = 20 kW avg.

typical rate schedules comm ind
Typical Rate Schedules (Comm/Ind.)
  • TOU-8-B (Options A and B)
    • Maximum Demand Greater than 500kW
    • Facilities-Related & Time-Related Demand Charge
    • Energy Charge (based on Peak Period)
  • TOU-GS-3 (Options A and B)
    • Maximum Demand Between 300kW and 499kW
  • TOU-GS-2 (Options A and B)
    • Maximum Demand Between 20kW and 299kW)
  • TOU-GS-1 (Options A and B)
    • Maximum Demand Between 0kW and 19kW)
typical rate schedules ag pumping
Typical Rate Schedules (Ag/Pumping)
  • TOU-PA-3 (Options A and B)
    • Maximum Demands Between 300kW and 499kW)
  • TOU-PA-2 (Options A and B)
    • Maximum Demands Beetween 20kW and 299kW)
  • TOU-PA-1 (Options A and B)
    • Maximum Demands Between 0kW and 19kW)
  • TOU-PA-2-RTP & TOU-PA-3 (Real Time Pricing)
    • Temperature-based rate, hourly pricing
    • Based on temperature recorded at LA Civic Center
  • TOU-PA-SOP (Super-Off Peak)
    • Beneficial to Customers Who Confine Majority of Usage to SOP Period
how time of use rates work
How Time-Of-Use Rates Work

With Time-of-Use rates, the cost of electricity changes depending on the time of day you use it. Instead of a single flat rate for electricity use, the cost of electricity on a Time-of-Use rate varies based on the time of day, day of week, and season in which it is used. With Time-of-Use rates, when you use electricity is just as important as how much you use.

project management technical services b emerson sr project manager draft

Standby and Departing Load(SB&DL)Response to Questions for Roundtable Discussion on Electricity RatesSCAP Energy Management Committee MeetingAugust 12, 2014

Project Management Technical Services

B. Emerson, Sr. Project Manager

DRAFT

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Departing load charges and when are they applicable or not.

  • Departing Load (DL) tariffs apply to self-generation customer load that departed from SCE on or after 12/20/1995, with several exceptions.
    • DL tariffs pay for costs of Public Energy Policies.
    • Schedule DL-NBC (Departing Load NonBypassable) applies to load that departed on or after 12/20/1995.
      • Rate components: Nuclear Decommissioning Charge (NDC), Public Purpose Programs Charge (PPPC), and Competition Transition Charge (CTC).
    • Schedule CGDL-CRS (Customer Generation Departing Load – Cost Responsibility Surcharge) applies to load that departed after 02/01/2001, in addition to DL-NBC.
      • Rate components: Department of Water Resources (DWR) Bond Charge, Competition Transition Charge (CTC), and Power Charge Indifference Adjustment (PCIA).
  • Exemptions from Departing Load1:
    • “Net Energy Metering Eligible” generators – e.g. Solar and Wind or Fuel Cells ≤ 1 MW
    • Co-Generators1are exempt from the CTC rate component, (PUC 372 and/or 374)
    • CSI and SGIP Eligible1generators are exempt from CGDL-CRS for the first 1 MW only
    • Generators1 that meet BACT standards set by AQMD and/or CARB are exempt from PCIA rate component
  • DL is determined based on either the actual kWh output of the generator or a calculatedestimate.
    • Calculated DL = Mo. Avg. kWh (over 12 months prior to Gen Ops) – less Current Month’s kWh

Note 1: After State-wide Cap has been reached, CRS charges apply.

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Standby charges and when are they applicable or not

  • Standby (SB), Schedule S, is required for all customers who self-generate all or part of their site load, with a few exceptions.
  • Permanent Exemptions for bothSB & DL:
    • “Net Energy Metering Eligible” generators – e.g. Solar and Wind or Fuel Cells ≤ 1 MW
    • Backup/Emergency generators – operates only when there is a utility outage
  • Standby contract has two (2) demand level selections:
    • Supplemental Contract Capacity (SCC) kW = the Site Load that SCE will serve when the generator is normally operating or normally not scheduled to operate, e.g. night time.
      • SCC kW is used in splitting the Summer On-Peak kW and Mid-Peak KW between Supplemental and Back-up Time Relate Demand for customers that do not have a SCE generator output meter
    • Standby Demand (SB) kW = the load that the generator regularly serves and SCE is expected to instantaneously provide when the generator goes down, excluding any SCC .
      • SB can not be more than the Generator Size nor Site Load; it excludes any SCC
      • SB kW is used in offsetting the maximum demand in determining excess FRD
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Do these charges vary and have limitations?

  • Do these charges vary based on the type of rate structure the facility is currently on?
    • Yes, similar to TOU, it is based on the site’s
      • Maximum Demand level (≤20, 21-199, 200-500, >500 kW), and
      • Service Voltage (<2, 2-50, 51-219, >220 KV).
      • The higher these values, the rates tend to be lower.
    • SB’s Capacity Reservation Charge is a monthly fixed amount based on the SB kW and charged regardless of monthly maximum demand
  • Are facilities with on-site generation in any way limited in their rate structure options?
    • Yes, they are limited to only Option B, (and TOU-S-RTP); i.e. no Option A, R or CPP
    • And they are also limited to TOU-BIP in the Demand Response programs.
solutions no cost low cost
SOLUTIONS: No-cost, Low-cost

Visit sce.com/EnergyTips for more customized tips and information by business type.

solutions tools programs
SOLUTIONS: Tools & Programs

For more information about programs, incentives, and savings visit www.sce.com/solutions

Actual eligibility and incentives will be determined on a case-by-case basis, per individual program guidelines

solutions sce pump test
SOLUTIONS: SCE Pump Test
  • SCE’s oldest Energy Efficiency Program
    • Since 1911
  • Tests are NO COST
  • Reasons to Test
    • Track Pump Performance
    • Budgeting
    • Operational Planning
    • Identify Inefficient pumps
  • To make arrangements for pump testing
    • Call (800) 634-9175
contact us
Contact Us

Contact your account manager or:

questions
Questions???
solutions pump test
SOLUTIONS: Pump Test

PUMP TEST RESULTS LETTER INCLUDES:

Total Head

Drawdown

GPM

GPM per Foot Drawdown

Acre Feet Pumped in 24 hours

kW Input to Motor

HP Input to Motor

% Motor Load

RPM

  • Overall Plant Efficiency
  • If applicable
    • Estimate Savings if pump is retrofitted
    • Estimated Incentive
  • Discharge Pressure
  • Standing water level
  • Pumping water level
  • Discharge Head
tou holidays
TOU: HOLIDAYS
  • Holidays are considered Off-Peak or Super Off-Peak
    • New Year’s Day
    • Presidents Day
    • Memorial Day
    • Independence Day
    • Labor Day
    • Veterans Day
    • Thanksgiving Day
    • Christmas
  • When any holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday is recognized as the holiday
    • Note: no change will be made for holidays falling on a Saturday
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