List of Sheet Numbers with Recent Electric Tariff Changes

B.P.U.N.J. No. 16 - ELECTRIC

List of currently effective electric tariff sheets as of October 1, 2020

Recent Changes

Implementation of a Tariff change to the Societal Benefits Charge (SBC) effective on and after October 1, 2020 as per Board approval of changes to the Universal Service Fund (USF) & Lifeline Program components and the Manufactured Gas Plant Remediation (for RAC 27) component charge of the SBC.

  • Fifth Revised Sheet No. 57 – Societal Benefits Charge

Implementation of a Tariff change effective on and after October 1, 2020 as per Board approval of a change to the Green Programs Recovery Charge (GPRC) for a new component charge, the Clean Energy Future – Energy Efficiency (CEF-EE) Program.

  • Fourth Revised Sheet No. 65 – Green Programs Recovery Charge

Implementation of a Tariff change effective on and after September 1, 2020 as per Board approval of a change to the Green Programs Recovery Charge (GPRC) for a new component charge, the Transitional Renewable Energy Certificate (TREC) Program.

  • Third Revised Sheet No. 65 – Green Programs Recovery Charge

Implementation of a Tariff change effective on and after September 1, 2020 as per Board approval of changes to the Basic Generation Service charges associated with new Transmission Enhancement Charges (TEC) for Silver Run, NIPSCO and Joint TEC.

  • Ninth Revised Sheet No. 75 – Basic Generation Service – Residential Small Commercial Pricing (BGS-RSCP) Electric Supply Charges

  • Ninth Revised Sheet No. 79 – Basic Generation Service – Residential Small Commercial Pricing (BGS-RSCP) Electric Supply Charges (Continued)

  • Seventh Revised Sheet No. 83 – Basic Generation Service – Commercial and Industrial Energy Pricing (CIEP) Electric Supply Charges (Continued)

Implementation of a Tariff change effective on and after July 16, 2020 as per Board approval of changes to the Company’s Electric Tax Adjustment Credits (“2019 TAC Filing”).

  • Third Revised Sheet No. 69 – Tax Adjustment Credit