Dawson PPD offers a variety of rates in addition to the ones listed below. If you need additional information, call 308-324-2386.
2020 rates in effect April 1, 2020
- A-Rate General Service (rate code 1, 11) — Used for homes, farms, stock wells and general use electric customers.
- General Service Electric Heat (rate code 12) — This rate is similar to the General Service rate, but used for customers who have 10 kw or more of installed electric heating equipment such as baseboard heaters, an electric furnace or some heat pump systems.
- B-Rate Small Power (rate code 4) — Used for larger farm services, possibly grain drying or small commercial accounts
- B-SH Rate Small Power – Electric Heat (rate code 14) — Used for larger farm services and small commercial services that meet minimum requirements for installed electric heating equipment.
- Large Power Service Rate — To any customer where all electric service is supplied through a single meter at one location and where the customer’s demand exceeds 200 kW for three consecutive months.
- Large Power Service, Interruptible Rate — To any customer where all electric service is supplied through a single meter at one location and where the customer’s demand exceeds 200 kW for three consecutive months. For customers agreeing to curtail demand requirements during certain designated hours.
- Security Lighting Service — Metered and unmetered lighting rentals with maintenance agreements
- Irrigation — These rates are specifically used for irrigation customers and include demand and energy charges.
- Green Rate — The Green Rate is available as an add-on to other standard Dawson Public Power District rates.
- Net Metering Rider Rate — NMRR is used for any customer that has a generation facility or facilities interconnected behind their service meter with an aggregate nameplate capacity of 25 kW or less
- Simultaneous Buy-Sell Rider Rate – SBS is used for any customer that has a generation facility or facilities interconnected behind their service meter with an aggregate nameplate capacity over 25 kW or that is not offset by the customer’s load. SBS is not used for customer-owned generation that has a Purchase of Power Agreement.
- Commercial Rate — This rate is used for when demand does not exceed 200 KW for three consecutive months. Those on the commercial rate include some grain handling facilities, manufacturing facilities, livestock production facilities and businesses.