Rates

Energy Rate and Fee Schedules

Residential Rate

Monthly Base Customer Charge – 14.70

Energy Charge Block 1 (0- 1,000 kWh) –  .0868/kWh

Energy Charge Block 2 (> 1000 kWh) –  .1072/kW 

Residential Pumping Rate

Monthly Base Customer Charge – 14.00

Demand Charge – 9.60/KW

Energy Charge (All kWh) –  .063/kWh

General Service Rates

Small General Service Rate
<= 30 kW Demand

Monthly Base Customer Charge – Single Phase –  13.00

Monthly Base – Customer Charge- Three Phase – 17.00

Demand Charge (Less than 1 kW) – No Charge

Demand Charge (Greater than 1 kW) – 9.80/kW

Energy Charge Block 1 (0-500 kWh) – .083/kWh

Energy Charge Clock 2 (>500 kWh) –  .050/kWh

Medium General Service Rate
> 30 kW and <= 250 kW Demand

Monthly Base  Customer Charge – 66.00

Demand Charge (All Demand) – 11.70 per kW

Energy Charge Block 1 (0-500 kWh) – .0544/kWh

Energy Charge Block 2 (>500 kWh) – .0457/kWh

General Service Pumping Rates

Small General Service Pumping Rate
<= 30 kW Demand

Monthly Base Customer Charge – 14.00

Demand Charge (All Demand) – 9.60/KW

Energy Charge (All kWh)  – .063/kWh0

Medium General Service Pumping Rate
> 30 kW and <= 250 kW Demand

Monthly Base Customer Charge – 66.00

Demand Charge (All Demand) – 9.60/KW

Energy Charge  (All kWh)  – .063/kWh

Large General Service Rate
> 250 kW Demand

Monthly Base Customer Charge – 127.00

Demand Charge (All Demand)- 14.70/kW

Energy Charge (All kWh) – .0460/kWh

Clear Peaks Renewable Rate | Optional Rate for 100% Renewable Energy

Monthly Base Customer Charge – Charge Based on Rate Class

Energy Charge (All kWh) – .90/100 kWh Block

Fee Schedule

Fee Description Amount Comments
Billing/Office Fees
•  Convenience Fee 3.0% Used on Impact Fee credit card payments only
•  Late Payment Charge (Compounded) 1.5% Applied on any past due amounts
•  Returned Payment Charge $15.00 Included in current schedule
•  Reconnect Fee $20.00 Included in current schedule
•  Service Application Fee $20.00 Included in current schedule
•  Seasonal Disconnect Fee $50.00 Included in current schedule
Construction Fees
•  Impact Fee Amperage Calc. Included in current schedule
•  Line Extension/New Development – Installation/Additional Design Bid Estimate Estimate for Labor, Materials, and Overhead provided upon request
•  Initiation/Will Serve Fee $200.00 Check only
•  Design Fee $300.00 This is a per development phase fee
•  Design Fee (resubmit) $20.00 Per residential/commercial unit
•  Truck Roll Fee $50.00 Set fee for extra vehicle trips, i.e. reinspection, meter verification, troubleshooting customer side, etc.
Meter Related Fees
•  Wire Pull (up to 400 amps) $300.00 plus meter Customer responsible for wire on services larger than 400 amps
•  Meter Installation Fee – Single Phase $235.00 All new meter issuances regardless of reason, does not include replacement meters
•  Meter Installation Fee – Three Phase $470.00 All new meter issuances regardless of reason, does not include replacement meters
•  Meter Fee Meter Cost Plus Cost of Meter rounded up to nearest $10.00
•  Meter – Nonstandard Meter – Monthly Meter Reading Charge $20.00 Typically those meters that must be manually read
•  Net Metering – Application Fee $300.00 Included in current schedule.
Device Fees
•  Generation Transfer Switch – Preliminary Inspection Fee $100.00 Verification trip for sizing and device appropriateness
•  Generation Transfer Switch – Installation Fee $100.00 Installation and meter re-installation
•  Outside Lighting (Yard Lights) $6.50/Month Set fee regardless of consumption levels
•  Outside Lighting Maintenance $25.00 plus parts
 Rate Schedules and Rate Adjustments

HL&P contract with outside parties every two years to study existing rate structures, revenue requirements, and cost of service. These studies are used for financial projections to determine what rate adjustments, if any, should be recommended.  All studies are presented to the public and the board of directors for evaluation and input.  When projections warrant rate adjustments, management will make a recommendation to the board of directors to adjust rates schedules in order to maintain the good financial health of the company. These recommendations are presented to our customers in public hearings for public comment prior to the HL&P Board of Directors voting on the rate adjustments.