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This service is for commercial or industrial customers whose monthly measured demand is less than 100kW.
Customers can be served under the non-demand or demand pricing schedules. A business that uses greater than 2,000 kWh in each month for four consecutive months would be classified as a demand customer.
*View geographical descriptions of each Load Zone in our service territory.
**Only applies if the customer takes electric supply service from the Company.
**Only applies if the customer takes electricity supply service from the Company.
For more information about demand, review Understanding Electric Demand.
This service is for commercial or industrial customers whose monthly measured demand exceeds 100kW in each of the previous 12 consecutive months.
To determine if a business is eligible to be served under Service Classification No. 3A, the following requirements apply:
*Only applies if the customer takes electricity supply service from the Company.
The Distribution Delivery Demand charge is designed to recover transmission and distribution costs. The demand for Distribution Delivery shall be determined by using the highest (peak) demand measured over ANY 15-minute interval during the month (all hours), but not less than the demand contracted for in Form C, nor less the demand contracted for in Form J. For voltage levels less than 22 kV, the ratchet provisions are also in place, if applicable.
This is for customers who are taking from a NYPA (New York Power Authority) project where the combined service is delivered at one point and singly metered with respect to the delivery voltage. For more information, view our filed Rate Tariff.
This service is for customers with a qualifying generation facility that sells energy and capacity in excess of 100kW to National Grid. For more information, view our filed Rate Tariff.
Commercial and industrial customers with on-site generation are subject to the provisions of Service Classification No. 7, National Grid’s Sale of Standby Service to Customers with On-Site Generation Facilities, Rate Tariff. SC-7 which went into effect on July 1, 2002. Applicable to:
The customer must apply for service by providing the Company with an executed Form G, Application for Electric Standby Service and interconnection agreement, both of which are available from Company representatives. Customers operating an on-site generator unit less than 2 MW may use the Company’s Form K, Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units. Customers in excess of 300.0 kVA must execute an interconnection agreement. Please refer to Rule 53 of PSC 220 for more on standard interconnection requirements.
For details on the new rules for commercial and industrial on-site generators, see some additional information.
Please mail the applicable form(s) to:
National Grid Manager, Electricity Pricing, A-4 300 Erie Boulevard West Syracuse, NY 13202
This specialized rate is available for customers involved in competitive situations, including business attraction, business expansion and customer retention. For more information, view our filed Rate Tariff.
This is a discounted rate for customers who meet local & state certification for Empire Zones incentives. All discounts are applicable only to incremental, permanent electric and gas usage. New customers are eligible for discounts on their entire usage. Existing customers must increase their usage in order to receive discounts, as follows:
This rate is for small general gas service.
View the monthly market price on the Natural Gas Monthly Rate Statements.
This rate is for large general gas service.
We also offer special services for our long-term, large-volume customers.
Please refer to our filed Rate Tariff for specific details on these rate classifications. Summary information can be found on the PSC 219 Rates Chart.
View our filed rate tariffs for Gas Service:
This service class will be available to non-residential customers using distributed generation technologies (not otherwise provided under Rule 18 - Gas Fired Emergency Electric Generation) including, but not limited to, micro turbines, internal combustion engines and fuel cells.
Please find additional information in the filed Rate Tariffand the rates for SC-12 Distributed Generation Customers. Contact your account manager for additional assistance.