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Our products and services differ based on state. Please select your state (or the state you're interested in) from the list to the left.
Why do our products and services differ based on state? Because our business is regulated by state. We have regulated operations in eight Western and Midwestern states. The different regulatory body for each state we serve determines what products and services we deliver in that state.
In South Dakota, our operating utility Northern States Power Company-Minnesota is primarily engaged in the purchase, transmission, distribution and sale of electricity. The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission regulates the company for state issues, and federal regulatory agencies oversee other aspects of its operations.
The Fuel Clause Adjustment recovers the costs of fuel used to produce electricity and energy purchased on the wholesale electricity market. This adjustment changes monthly as the cost of fuel and purchased energy fluctuates throughout the year.
The table below shows the Fuel Clause Adjustment for the current and previous month.
|$/kWh||April 2013||May 2013|
|C&I Demand Non-TOD1||0.02610||0.02894|
|C&I TOD1 On-Peak||0.03243||0.03612|
|C&I TOD1 Off-Peak||0.02046||0.02285|
1Time of Day (TOD)
The electric charges usage period on your bill typically spans parts of two calendar months according to the billing cycle. The Fuel Cost Charge line item reflects a prorated or blended charge to match this usage period. The amount is based on the number of billed days and the corresponding effective fuel cost charges for each calendar month. For example, a metered customer's bill with usage period from June 15 to July 15, this customer is billed 15 days for June fuel cost charge and 15 days for July fuel cost charge.
|Infrastructure Rider||May 1, 2013||$0.001830|
|Environmental Cost Recovery (ECR)||Aug. 1, 2012||$0.000000|
|Transmission Cost Recovery (TCR)||Sept. 1, 2012||$0.003038|
|Demand Side Management Cost Adjustment Factor||Jan. 1, 2012||$0.000496|
By law, we must publish rate changes and formal cases made to agencies to inform customers. These pricing changes must be approved by your state's energy agency (South Dakota Public Utilities Commission) before they take effect.
You'll find rate case filings in Regulatory Filings, resource plans in Resource Plans and transmission filings in Transmission.