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STANDARD OFFER RATES AND SUPPLY

Presented by the Public Utilities Commission
(Revised 5/30/01)

 

CMP Standard Offer Prices March 2000 – December 2000

 

Non-Summer (’/kWh)

Summer (’/kWh)

Residential/Small Commercial

4.089

4.089

Medium Class          

5.52

6.81

Large Class

     On-Peak   

 

5.925

 

11.041

     Off-Peak   

3.3783

3.8823

 

* Energy Atlantic served the residential/small commercial class for two years.  CMP entered into a fixed contract to serve all requirements except ICAP of the medium and large classes.  CMP purchased ICAP on the open market as needed throughout the year.

 

 

CMP Standard Offer Prices in January 2001 - February 2001

 

Non-Summer (’/kWh)

Residential/Small Commercial

4.089

Medium Class          

6.4

Large Class

     On-Peak   

 

  6.6327

     Off-Peak   

  4.0860

 

* Increased to recover actual ICAP cost in Jan and Feb, after FERC increased ICAP rate to $8.75 retroactive to Aug.  Retroactive and potential additional future ICAP costs were not recovered through the increase.

 

 

CMP Standard Offer Prices in March 2001 - February 2002

 

Non-Summer (’/kWh)

Summer (’/kWh)

Residential/Small Commercial

4.089

4.089

Medium Class          

8.52

8.52

Large Class

     On-Peak   

 

  8.971

 

14.576

     Off-Peak   

  5.596

 6.543

 

* CMP entered into a fixed contract to serve all requirements of the medium class and a 2nd contract to supply all requirements except ICAP of the large class.  CMP will purchase ICAP on the open market as needed for the large class throughout the year.

 

 

BHE Standard Offer Prices on March 1, 2000

 

Non-Summer (’/kWh)

Summer (’/kWh)

Residential/Small Commercial

4.5

4.5

Medium Class

4.624

5.704

Large Class

     On-Peak

 

5.314

 

7.459

     Shoulder

4.680

6.829

     Off-Peak

3.848

4.117

 

* BHE entered into a fixed contract for an estimated 60% of requirements for all classes and purchased 40% on the spot market.  BHE later entered into 3 additional fixed contracts to protect against high summer energy prices.

 

 

BHE Standard Offer Prices August 2000 – February 2001

 

 

August

September

(non-summer)

Oct – Feb

(non-summer)

Residential/Small Commercial

4.608

4.608

6.106

Medium Class

6.127

4.967

6.127

Large Class

     On-Peak

 

7.982

 

5.687

 

7.041

     Shoulder

7.308

5.008

6.201

     Off-Peak

4.406

4.118

5.100

 

* Increased Aug 1 to recover $1M in actual costs incurred through the 3 additional fixed contracts.  Medium and large customers would pay their allocation during Aug & Sept.  Other customers would pay during Aug through Feb. 

* Increased Oct 1 to recover additional increases in energy spot market in September and a clerical error regarding under-collection by the 3 additional fixed price contracts.

 

 

BHE Standard Offer Prices on March 1, 2001 – February 2002

 

 

Non-Summer (’/kWh)

Summer (’/kWh)

Residential/Small Commercial

7.3

7.3

Medium Class

6.889

8.498

Large Class

     On-Peak

 

9.292

 

9.292

     Shoulder

7.565

7.565

     Off-Peak

6.964

6.964

 

* BHE entered into a 6-month and a 3-year contract to serve an estimated 80%, 60% and 40% (respectively) of energy requirements of the small & medium classes.  The price levelizes the 3 years’ costs, allowing a lower rate in year 1.  BHE entered into a contract to serve all requirements, except uplift and load above 65MW, of the large class.  ICAP, uplift, and the remaining energy for the small and medium classes will be obtained on the open market as needed throughout the year.  Undercollection from the previous year will be collected in 2001.

 

 

MPS Standard Offer Prices March 2000 – February 2001

 

’/kWh

Residential/Small Commercial

4.2906

Medium Class          

4.2549

Large Class  

4.0038

 

*  WPS-ESI served the residential/small commercial and large class and 80% of the medium class.  Energy Atlantic served 20% of the medium class.

 

 

MPS Standard Offer Prices in March 2001 - February 2002

 

’/kWh

Residential/Small Commercial

5.577

Medium Class          

5.62

Large Class

6.01

 

*  WPS-ESI will serve all classes for 3 years.

 

 

MPS Standard Offer Prices March 2002 – February 2003

 

’/kWh

Residential/Small Commercial

5.689

Medium Class          

5.732

Large Class  

6.13

 

 

MPS Standard Offer Prices March 2003 – February 2004

 

’/kWh

Residential/Small Commercial

5.802

Medium Class          

5.847

Large Class  

6.253