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RESIDENTIAL SERVICE
Mass. DPU #147 cancels Mass. DTE #142

Designation: A-1.pdf

Applicable To: Residential customers for all domestic uses in individual residences and apartments.

Effective Date: July 1, 2015

 

TARIFF AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL RENEWABLE DISTRIBUTED GENERATION FACILITY SERVICE
Mass DPU # 153 Replaces Mass DPU # 145

Designation: DG-1.pdf 

Availability: This tariff, and the terms and conditions contained therein, apply to certain renewable generation facilities located on the customer’s premises, i.e., the same place at which it receives electric service from the Braintree Electric Light Department, where such facilities are owned or leased by the customer and used solely for the purpose of the customer’s own consumption, meaning that the customer shall not be a net supplier of energy to the Braintree Electric Light Department on a recurring annual basis. 

Effective Date: July 1, 2015

Business

TARIFF AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS HAVING NO DEMAND CHARGE AND INSTALLING A RENEWABLE DISTRIBUTED GENERATION FACILITY
Mass. DPU #171 Cancels Mass. DPU #154

Designation: DG-G1.pdf

Availability: This tariff, and the terms and conditions contained therein, apply to certain renewable generation facilities located on the customer’s premises, i.e., the same place at which it receives electric service from the Braintree Electric Light Department (“BELD”), where such facilities are owned or leased by the customer and used solely for the purpose of the customer’s own consumption, meaning that the customer shall not be a net supplier of energy to the BELD on a recurring annual basis. Net metering, as set forth herein, is available for any qualifying renewable distributed generation facility including, but not limited to, Wind, Photovoltaics, Biomass, Hydroelectric, Fuel Cells, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Generation, and Municipal Solid Waste (“Renewable Distributed Generation Facility”). Other tariffs and requirements apply for larger generation facilities. The use of a Renewable Distributed Generation Facility for providing service to a third party is strictly prohibited. The availability of net metering to a customer that owns or leases a Renewable Distributed Generation Facility is subject to the terms and conditions of this tariff, as well as the Braintree Electric Light Department’s Distributed Generation Interconnection Policy and the Braintree Electric Light Department’s general Terms and Conditions for Electric Service, where not inconsistent, as may be in effect from time to time. In its sole discretion, the Braintree Electric Light Department may limit the cumulative generating capacity of all Renewable Distributed Generation Facilities within its service territory.

Effective Date: May 1, 2017


TARIFF AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS HAVING A DEMAND CHARGE AND INSTALLING A RENEWABLE DISTRIBUTED GENERATION FACILITY
Mass. DPU #172 Cancels Mass. DPU #155

Designation: DG-G2.pdf

Availability: This tariff, and the terms and conditions contained therein, apply to certain renewable generation facilities located on the customer’s premises, i.e., the same place at which it receives electric service from the Braintree Electric Light Department (“BELD”), where such facilities are owned or leased by the customer and used solely for the purpose of the customer’s own consumption, meaning that the customer shall not be a net supplier of energy to the BELD on a recurring annual basis. Net metering, as set forth herein, is available for any qualifying renewable distributed generation facility including, but not limited to, Wind, Photovoltaics, Biomass, Hydroelectric, Fuel Cells, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Generation, and Municipal Solid Waste (“Renewable Distributed Generation Facility”). Other tariffs and requirements apply for larger generation facilities. The use of a Renewable Distributed Generation Facility for providing service to a third party is strictly prohibited. The availability of net metering to a customer that owns or leases a Renewable Distributed Generation Facility is subject to the terms and conditions of this tariff, as well as the Braintree Electric Light Department’s Distributed Generation Interconnection Policy and the Braintree Electric Light Department’s general Terms and Conditions for Electric Service, where not inconsistent, as may be in effect from time to time. In its sole discretion, the Braintree Electric Light Department may limit the cumulative generating capacity of all Renewable Distributed Generation Facilities within its service territory.

Effective Date: May 1, 2017


TARIFF AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL RENEWABLE DISTRIBUTED GENERATION FACILITY SERVICE

Mass DPU # 174

Designation: DG-2.pdf 

Availability: This tariff, and the terms and conditions contained therein, apply to certain renewable generation facilities located on the customer’s premises, i.e., the same place at which it receives electric service from the Braintree Electric Light Department, where such facilities are owned or leased by the customer and used solely for the purpose of the customer’s own consumption, meaning that the customer shall not be a net supplier of energy to the Braintree Electric Light Department on a recurring annual basis.  Net metering as set forth herein is available for any qualifying renewable distributed generation facility including, but not limited to, Wind, Photovoltaics, Biomass, Hydroelectric, Fuel Cells, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Generation, and Municipal Solid Waste with generation facilities (“Renewable Distributed Generation Facility”).  The use of a Renewable Distributed Generation Facility for providing service to a third party is strictly prohibited.  The availability of net metering to a customer that owns or leases a Renewable Distributed Generation Facility is subject to the terms and conditions of this tariff, as well as the Braintree Electric Light Department’s Distributed Generation Interconnection Policy and the Braintree Electric Light Department’s general Terms and Conditions for Electric Service, where not inconsistent, as may be in effect from time to time.  In its sole discretion, the Braintree Electric Light Department may limit the cumulative generating capacity of all Renewable Distributed Generation Facilities within its service territory. 

Effective Date: May 1, 2017

 

TARIFF AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL CUSTOMERS HAVING A DEMAND CHARGE AND INSTALLING A RENEWABLE DISTRIBUTED GENERATION FACILITY 

Mass DPU # 173 cancels Mass DPU # 162

Designation: DG-P1.pdf 

Availability: This tariff, and the terms and conditions contained therein, apply to certain renewable generation facilities located on the customer’s premises, i.e., the same place at which it receives electric service from the Braintree Electric Light Department (“BELD”), where such facilities are owned or leased by the customer and used solely for the purpose of the customer’s own consumption, meaning that the customer shall not be a net supplier of energy to the BELD on a recurring annual basis.  

Effective Date: May 1, 2017


 

SMALL GENERAL SERVICE
Mass. DPU #146 cancels Mass. DTE #131 

Designation: G-1.pdf

Applicable To: Any customer having a demand of less than 75 kW for all purposes not specifically provided for in other schedules.

Effective Date: July 1, 2015


LARGE GENERAL SERVICE
Mass. DPU #150 cancels Mass. DPU #132

Designation: G-2.pdf

Applicable To: Any customer having a demand of 75 kW or more for all purposes not specifically provided for in other schedules.

Effective Date: July 1, 2015


POWER WHEELING SERVICE
MDPU #175 (Cancels MDPU # 170)

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Applicable To: Independent Power Producers, other electric utilities, and qualifying cogeneration or small power producers with generating facilities who desire to sell power to others located on or off Braintree system. Capacity contingent upon availability and at the discretion of the Department.

Effective Date: June 1, 2017


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RATE
MASS. DPU # 152 Cancels MASS. DPU # 137       

Designation: E-1.pdf

Applicable to: Any new customer whose use is for commercial, industrial or manufacturing purposes and whose peak energy demand is expected to be a minimum of two (2) megawatts per month.   Existing BELD customers are ineligible.  This peak demand must be achieved within one year of start-up or else customer rate will be changed accordingly. 

Effective Date: July 1, 2015


LARGE COMMERCIAL HEATING AND COOLING SERVICE
Mass. DPU #151 cancels Mass. DPU #133  

Designation:  H-1.pdf

Applicable To: Any commercial customer for all uses where the customer has a demand of 75kW or more and where the customer has installed and derives his energy requirements for heating, cooling and controlled hot water heating from electricity, and where the entire service is delivered through one meter.  Electricity cannot be resold. 

Effective Date: July 1, 2015


LARGE POWER SERVICE
MASS. DPU #149 cancels Mass. DPU #134

Designation: P-1.pdf

Applicable to: A customer whose use is for industrial or manufacturing purposes and whose total demand is 300kVA or more and whose energy consumption is in excess of 100,000 kWh per month or a commercial customer whose average total monthly demand is 1,000kVA or higher.  

Effective Date: July 1, 2015