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Salt Lake City Area Integrated Projects Power Sales Rate History

Updated:

9/11/2013

Rate Schedule
Effective Dates

Energy

(Mills/kWh)

Capacity

($/kW-mo.)

Combined

(Mills/kWh) 1/

Composite

(Mills/kWh) 2/

SLIP-F1
10/87-9/90
5.000
$2.09
9.92
-
SLIP-F2
10/90-11/91
7.250
$3.08
14.5
-
SLIP-F3
12/91-9/92
8.100
$3.44
16.2
-
SLIP-F4
10/92-9/94
8.400
$3.54
16.72
-
SLIP-F5
12/94-4/98
8.900
$3.83
-
20.17
SLIP-F6
4/98-9/02
8.100
$3.44
-
17.57
SLIP-F7
10/02-9/06
9.500
$4.04
-
20.72
SLIP-F8
10/06-9/08
10.430
$4.43
-
25.28
SLIP-F9 (First Step)
10/08-9/09
11.060
$4.70
-
26.80
 
SLIP-F9 (Second Step)
10/09-Present
12.190
$5.18
-
29.62

The Salt Lake City Area Integrated Projects is a combination of resources from the Collbran, CRSP, and Rio Grande Projects.

1/  Combined rates are calculated with a load factor which is assumed to be constant over a given period. In the SLCA/IP, the load factor is considered to be 58.2 percent.

2/  Composite Rates are calculated by dividing the required revenue by the amount of energy sold. This methodology works independently of the load factor of the sales.

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