As crews continue to focus on restoring power to customers in the two regions of the province hardest hit by Fiona, some estimated restoration times have been moved out. For the latest updates and estimated restoration times and/or to report your outage, visit our outage map.
This rider will be available to a minimum regular billing demand of 2 000 kV.A at 90% Power Factor, under the following terms and conditions:
Customers who qualify for interruptible service will receive a $3.43 per month per kilovolt ampere reduction in demand charge for billed interruptible demand. The billed interruptible demand is defined as the difference between any contracted firm demand
requirements and the total billing demand. Where the billing demand is less than the contracted firm demand, no interruptible credit shall apply. The billed interruptible demand will be the maximum interruptible demand of the current month or the
maximum actual interruptible demand of the previous December, January or February occurring in the previous eleven (11) months.
The average unit cost to the customer varies according to the billing demand and energy relationship measured by “ Load Factor ”. Average unit costs (¢/kW.h) are shown for a range of load factors. Monthly customer cost = ¢/kW.h x
Tariffs, rates and descriptors shown are for information purposes only. Official tariffs as per Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board approved Rates and Regulations schedules.
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