Chapter 122:12-2 Low-Income Customer Assistance Programs

122:12-2-01 Definitions.

This version is in effect until 10/31/2010

Definitions as used in this chapter:

(A) "Agreement" means the agreement to be entered into by and between the director and each electric distribution utility, participating municipal electric utility, electric cooperative or other designated supplier which will set forth specific provisions that shall govern the relationship between the two entities.

(B) "Authorized provider" means any contractor or grantee.

(C) "Commission" means the public utilities commission of Ohio.

(D) "Competitive retail electric service," for the purposes of this chapter, means a component of retail electric service, usually generation, that is competitive as provided under division (B) of section 4928.01 of the Revised Code.

(E) "Contractor" means any authorized provider that is a for-profit business or organization supplying energy efficient products or services, or any company or individual providing direct service to the director, pursuant to written contract, in carrying out its administration of the fund including, but not limited to evaluation consultants, system design professionals and program design consultants.

(F) "Crediting arrangements and responsibilities" for the purposes of this chapter means the procedures for crediting to the percentage of income payment plan program customer's account the amount of the percentage of income payment plan program payment received for current residential competitive and noncompetitive retail electric services.

(G) "Customer" for the purposes of this chapter, means any person who has an agreement by contract or tariff with an electric distribution utility to receive electric distribution service

(H) "Director" means the director of the Ohio department of development, and also includes such other officers or employees of the Ohio department of development as may act for or in place of the director under this chapter pursuant to rule 122:12-2-08 of the Administrative Code.

(I) "Electric cooperative" means a not-for-profit electric light company that both is or has been financed in whole or in part under the "Rural Electrification Act of 1936," 49 stat. 1363, 7 U.S.C. 901 , and owns or operates facilities in the state of Ohio to generate, transmit, or distribute electricity, or a not-for-profit successor of such company.

(J) "Electric distribution utility" means an electric utility that supplies at least retail electric distribution service.

(K) "Electric services company" shall have the same meaning as set forth in section 4928.01(A)(9) of the Revised Code.

(L) "Electric utility" shall have the same meaning as set forth in section 4928.01(A)(11) of the Revised Code.

(M) "Fund" means the universal service fund, into which all universal service revenues remitted to the director are deposited.

(N) "Grantee" means any authorized provider that is a not-for-profit company, local community based organization created pursuant to section 501(C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or a unit of local government engaged in the provision of (1) energy assistance, (2) energy efficiency products or weatherization services to customers eligible for assistance under a specified low-income customer assistance program; (3) providers of consumer education services; and (4) organizations providing direct service to the director, pursuant to a grant agreement with the director to administer the fund, including, but not limited to, evaluation consultants, system design professionals and program design consultants.

(O) "Internal Revenue Code" means the "Internal Revenue Code of 1986", 100 stat. 2085, 26 U.S.C. 1 et seq., as amended from time to time, and includes any laws of the United States providing for application of that code and the applicable regulations or rulings thereunder, including temporary and proposed regulations.

(P) "Low-income customer assistance programs" means the percentage of income payment plan program, the home energy assistance program, the home weatherization assistance program, the Ohio energy credit program, and the targeted energy efficiency and weatherization program.

(Q) "Municipal electric utility" means a municipal corporation that owns or operates facilities to generate, transmit, or distribute electricity.

(R) "Noncompetitive retail electric service" means a component of retail electric service, usually transmission and distribution services, that has not been declared competitive by the Ohio legislature or by the commission under division (B) of section 4928.01 of the Revised Code. For the purposes of this chapter, noncompetitive retail electric service also means retail electric generation services provided by an electric distribution utility beginning September 1, 2000, until replaced by the provision of competitive retail electric service for the percentage of income payment plan program by a winning bidder.

(S) "Office of energy efficiency" means the office within the Ohio department of development, designated as the state energy office for purposes of receiving federal funding from the United States department of energy.

(T) "Payment arrangements and responsibility policies" for the purposes of this chapter, mean those procedures set forth in paragraph (B) of rule 4901:1-18-04 of the Administrative Code.

(U) "Percentage of income payment plan program" for the purposes of this rule, has the same meaning as an extended payment plan described in paragraph (B) of rule 4901:1-18-04 of the Administrative Code.

(V) "Percentage of income payment plan program customer" means a customer who participates in the percentage of income payment plan program.

(W) "Percentage of income payment plan program arrearages" means the personal debt of a percentage of income payment plan program customer owed to an electric distribution utility prior to September 1, 2000.

(X) "Primary source of heat" has the meaning as set forth in paragraph (F) of rule 4901:1-18-02 of the Administrative Code.

(Y) "Secondary source of heat" has the meaning set forth in paragraph (G) of rule 4901:1-18-02 of the Administrative Code.

(Z) "Universal service rider" means the rider on retail electric distribution service as determined by the commission pursuant to Chapter 4928. of the Revised Code.

(AA) "Weatherization program standards" means a set of standards developed and maintained by the office of energy efficiency, which related to the installation of weatherization materials and energy efficiency products and services, to measure and evaluate the performance of materials and services provided, as amended, which is attached as an appendix to this rule.

Appendix 1 UNIVERSAL SERVICE FUND Sub-set of WEATHERIZATION PROGRAM STANDARDS

Attached are the sections of the Weatherization Program Standards (WPS) that relate to the Universal Service Fund (USF) Baseload Services. These sections deal only with baseload energy use, which is described as non-heating, non-cooling energy use. Baseload use is defined as lighting, refrigeration, cooking, laundry equipment, dishwashing equipment, and other miscellaneous electrical uses. Electrically fueled domestic hot water is also included.

Weatherization measures are those measures that impact the heating and cooling load on the building. Insulation, air sealing of the building shell or duct system and heating or cooling equipment efficiency improvements are included in weatherization measures.

It is important to understand that any activities that impact the air tightness of the structure may impact the operation and venting of combustion appliances and therefore can not be separated from the WPS. One of the guiding principles used to form the WPS is the concept of the "House as a System" which is the importance of dealing with the interaction of measures. The one area were interaction of measures is not critical is the baseload measures and thus we are able to allow those requirements to stand-alone. The effects of insulating, air sealing, and duct sealing will have impacts on the building shell, combustion appliances, and indoor air quality and therefore the safety aspects of the WPS must be enforced. Because these concepts are integral to the WPS, the full standards must be used to assure client health and safety.

The Office of Energy Efficiency regularly makes improvements to these standards by a public process. While the sections that deal with baseload efficiency measures have been extracted for the purpose of this filing, OEE in no way intends that these standards be allowed to be changed, or the full WPS be allowed to be changed separately. These standards and the full WPS must remain linked, through the process defined in the Review Adoption Cycle, Section 105, Administration. For a complete copy of the WPS, to be placed on the mailing list for updates and participation in the WPS review process or for questions about the WPS, contact the Office of Energy Efficiency, (614) 466-6797 and ask for Stephanie Chafins, or e-mail at schafins@odod.state.oh.us

INDEX

Initial inspection procedures

Domestic hot water 201-4

Electric power supply 201- 4.2 PG 4

201- 4.2 a main power supply PG 4

201- 4.2 b dedicated circuit PG 4

201- 4.2 c hazardous wiring PG 4

Water tank condition 201- 4.7 PG 4

201- 4.7 a tank leakage PG 4

201- 4.7 b pressure relief valve/discharge pipe PG 4

201- 4.7 c tank insulation warning PG 4

201- 4.7 d tank insulation PG 4

201- 4.7 e temperature setting PG 4

DHW distribution 201- 4.8 PG 4

201- 4.8 a water line insulation PG 4

Flourescent lighting 201-7 PG 5

Flourescent lighting 201- 7.1 PG 5

201- 7.1 a survey existing lighting PG 5

201- 7.1 b determine replacements PG 5

201- 7.1 c customer needs PG 5

201- 7.1 d consumer education PG 5

Other electric efficiency measures 201- 7.2 PG 5

201- 7.2 a measures PG 5

Consumer energy education 201- 7.3 PG 6

201- 7.3 a consumer energy education PG 6

Required electric energy efficiency measures 201- 7.4 PG 6

201- 7.4 a required electric energy efficiency measures PG 6

Refrigerator/freezer replacement 201- 7.5 PG 6

201- 7.5 a survey existing appliances PG 6

201- 7.5 b determine replacements PG 6

201- 7.5 c customer needs PG 6

201- 7.5 d recycle old units PG 6

Installation procedures

Domestic hot water 301-4 PG 6

Electric power supply 301- 4.2 PG 6

301- 4.2 a main power supply PG 6

301- 4.2 b dedicated circuit PG 6

301- 4.2 c hazardous wiring PG 6

Water tank condition 301- 4.7 PG 7

301- 4.7 a tank leakage PG 7

301- 4.7 b pressure relief valve/discharge pipe PG 7

301- 4.7 c tank insulation PG 7

301- 4.7 e temperature setting PG 7

DHW distribution 301- 4.8 PG 7

301- 4.8 a water line insulation PG 7

Flourescent lighting 301-7 PG 7

Flourescent lighting 301- 7.1 PG 7

Refrigerator/freezer replacement 310- 7.2 PG 7

301- 7.2 a Install refrigerators/freezers PG 7

301- 7.2 b recycle old units PG 7

Other electric efficiency measures 301- 7.3 PG 7

301- 7.1 a improvements PG 7

Required electric energy efficiency measures 301- 7.4 PG 7

Final inspection proceduresPG 8

Domestic hot water 401-4 PG 8

Electric power supply 401- 4.2 PG 8

401- 4.2 a main power supply PG 8

401- 4.2 b dedicated circuit PG8

401- 4.2 c safe wiring PG8

Water tank condition 401- 4.7 PG8

401- 4.7 a tank leakage PG8

401- 4.7 b pressure relief valve/discharge pipe PG8

401- 4.7 d tank insulation PG8

401- 4.7 e temperature setting PG8

DHW distribution 401- 4.8 PG8

401- 4.8 a water line insulation PG8

Fluorescent lighting 401- 7.1 PG8

Refrigerator/freezer replacement 401- 7.2

401- 7.2 a refrigerators/freezers PG8

401- 7.2 b old units PG8

Other electric enrgy efficiency measures 401- 7.3

401- 7.3 a improvements PG9

401- 7.3 b waterbeds PG9

Consumer energy education 401- 7.4 PG9

401- 7.4 a consumer energy education PG9

Procedures for measuring electricity 1506-6 PG9

1506- 6.1 meter base load PG9

1506- 6.2 metered savings calculations PG9

1506- 6.2 a pre-retrofit consumption PG9

1506- 6.2 b post-retrofit usage PG9

1506- 6.2 c annual savings PG9

1506- 6.2 d NEAT input PG9

1506- 6.3 Non-metered savings calculation PG10

1506- 6.3 a pre-retrofit consumption PG10

1506- 6.3 b post-retrofit usage PG10

1506- 6.3 c annual savings PG10

1506- 6.3 d neat input PG10

1506- 6.4 Refrigerator/freezer replacement chart instructions PG10

1506- 6.4 a necessary information PG10

1506- 6.4 b using the chart PG10

1506- 6.5 Fluorescent lighting replacement chart instructions PG11

1506- 6.5 a necessary information PG11

1506- 6.6 b using the chart PG11

Replacement charts

Refrigerator replacement charts Appendix A

Flourescent lighting replacement charts Appendix B

Note: Section numbering is as it appears in the Weatherization Program Standards.

Initial inspection procedures

Domestic hot water

Electric power supply 201- 4.2

201- 4.2 a main power supply

Inspect the main electrical power supply to an electric tank to determine that it is safe.

201- 4.2 b dedicated circuit

Inspect the wiring to the DHW unit and determine whether the electric line to the DHW is a dedicated circuit that is properly sized and fused. If no dedicated circuit exists, it is not necessary to install one unless, the wiring is in poor condition, or if there is a history of circuit failure, or if the unit is to be replaced.

201- 4.2 c hazardous wiring

Visually inspect the wiring at or in the DHW unit to detect charred, frayed or missing insulation and improper or loose connections. If the wiring is hazardous, inform the customer of the problem and have the problem corrected.

Water tank condition 201- 4.7

201- 4.7 a tank leakage

Determine if the tank is leaking. If it is leaking, it may be replaced using Health and Safety funds.

201- 4.7 b pressure relief valve/discharge pipe

Determine whether the discharge pipe/pressure relief valve is present. If the discharge pipe/pressure relief valve is not present, and there is an existing location for them, have them installed. If the discharge pipe/pressure relief valve is not present, and there is not an existing location for them, install them in the hot water line.

201- 4.7 c tank insulation warning

Do not call for insulation on a DHW that has a manufacturer's warning against adding insulation to the tank.

201- 4.7 d tank insulation

Determine whether the tank is insulated. Measure the tank to determine the amount of insulation necessary to cover the tank.

201- 4.7 e temperature setting

Examine the temperature setting on the thermostat(s). Consult with the customer to determine if lowering the temperature can be accomplished without affecting the life style of the customer.

DHW distribution 201- 4.8

201- 4.8 a water line insulation

Determine whether there is insulation present on the first six feet of both the hot and cold water lines.

Fluorescent lighting 201- 7.1

201- 7.1 a survey existing lighting

Survey and note all interior lighting fixtures. Note the location, existing wattage and number of bulbs per fixture. Interview the customer to determine the hours per day the fixture is on..

201- 7.1 b determine replacements

Using the information gathered and the replacement chart (reference 1506-6), determine which bulbs may be replaced and note that on the inspection form.

201- 7.1 c customer needs

The customer's specific needs and habits must be considered in the replacement decision. Light quality (lumens) must not be compromised. Fluorescent bulbs must not be installed in fixtures equipped with dimmers unless the bulb manufacturer specifically allows for it.

Lumen output at the lamp should be sufficient to assure these illuminance levels at the working surface.

Activity Foot-candle Level

General or ambient lighting 5-20

Task lighting (non-critical) 20-50

Reading or close work 50-100

Lumen output is measured at 1 foot from the source and is the total output in all directions. Foot-candles measured at the surface considers light output, distance from the light source and reflectance of the surrounding surfaces.

Approximate lumen output of typical incandescent lamps.

Watts Lumens

40 505

52 800

60 870

75 1190

90 1620

100 1750

(Reference manufacturer's listing (typically displayed on the box) for CFL lumen output).

201- 7.1 d consumer education

Consumer education must be provided concerning matters such as:

a. Fluorescent bulbs are most cost-effective in applications where the light remains on for long periods of time.

b. Fluorescent bulbs may take 60-90 seconds to reach full brightness.

c. Fluorescent bulbs last approximately 10 times longer than incandescent bulbs and are therefore beneficial in hard to reach places.

d. Fluorescent bulbs are applicable where safety is an issue, such as fixtures where incandescent bulbs exist that are overrated for the wattage of the fixture and therefore create a fire hazard.

Other electric energy efficiency measures (EEMs) 201- 7.2

201- 7.2 a measures

All electrical efficiency measures paid for using HWAP dollars must have a material cost of $150 or less. Savings potential must be documented and usage levels of the pre-existing condition should be metered if at all possible. Electrical efficiency measures paid for using Non-HWAP funds must meet the applicable cost-effectiveness test described in 1506-6.

Typical electrical efficiency improvements include repairs to water well pumps and lines, foam waterbed insulation covers, and repairs to timers on septic aerators.

Consumer energy education 201- 7.3

201- 7.3 a consumer energy education

Education should be provided concerning such matters as the impact of dirty filters on electric clothes dryers, the impact of dirty coils on refrigerators and freezers, etc.

Required electric energy efficiency measures 201- 7.4

201- 7.4 a required electric energy efficiency measures

a. For any heated waterbed, add (or have the customer add) a foam insulation blanket directly above the water filled mattress.

b. Replace or convert any Halide torchiere lamp with a fluorescent torchiere.

Refrigerator/freezer replacement 201- 7.5

201- 7.5 a survey existing appliances

Survey and note each existing refrigerator and freezer. Note the location of each existing appliance and meter the appliance wattage for at least 2 hours.

201- 7.5 b determine replacements

Using the information gathered during the inspection and the replacement chart (reference 1506-6), determine which appliances(s) can be replaced and note that on the inspection form.

201- 7.5 c customer needs

The customers' specific needs and habits must be considered in the replacement decision. Observe the existing appliance and discuss with the customer whether downsizing of the replacement appliance is appropriate.

201- 7.5 d recycle old units

Refrigerator and freezers taken out of service must be discarded in an environmentally-sensitive manner. Old appliances contain refrigerant gasses that must be reclaimed only at licensed stations. No appliances taken out of service may be returned to service by sale, barter, or given away for free. Disposal/recycling costs are to be added to the replacement cost and considered in the cost-effectiveness testing.

Installation procedures

Domestic hot water 301-4

Electric power supply 301- 4.2

301- 4.2 a main power supply

Repair or replace the main electrical power supply to an electric tank if it is unsafe.

301- 4.2 b dedicated circuit

Install a properly sized and fused dedicated circuit to the DHW if one is necessary, based on the wire conditions, the history of circuit failure, or if the unit is to be replaced.

301- 4.2 c hazardous wiring

Replace any wiring at or in the DHW unit that is charred, frayed or missing insulation. Correct any improper or loose connections. Replace or repair any defective wiring in, or leading to the DHW in accordance with NFPA 70, the National Electric Code.

Water tank condition 301- 4.7

301- 4.7 a tank leakage

Replace the tank if it is leaking. It may be replaced using Health and Safety funds.

301- 4.7 b pressure relief valve/discharge pipe

If the discharge pipe/pressure relief valve is not present, and there is an existing location for them, install them. If the discharge pipe/pressure relief valve is not present, and there is not an existing location for them, install them in the hot water line.

301- 4.7 c tank insulation

Insulate the DHW unless there is a manufacturer's warning against adding insulation to the tank. Do not insulate the tank if there is not a pressure relief valve and there is no way to add one.

301- 4.7 e temperature setting

If called for on the job order, lower the temperature setting.

DHW distribution 301- 4.8

301- 4.8 a water line insulation

Insulate the first six feet of both the hot and cold water lines with foam or fiberglass insulation.

Fluorescent lighting 301- 7.1

Install screw-in compact fluorescent lighting per manufacturer's instructions in the fixtures determined during the initial inspection. Never install fluorescent lighting in fixtures with dimmers unless specifically allowed by the bulb manufacturer .

Refrigerator/freezer replacement 301- 7.2

301- 7.2 a Install refrigerators/freezers

Install refrigerators/freezers per manufacturer's instructions in a location acceptable to the customer.

301- 7.2 b recycle old units

Refrigerator and freezers taken out of service must be discarded in an environmentally sensitive manner. Old appliances contain refrigerant gasses that must be reclaimed only at licensed stations. No appliances taken out of service may be returned to service by sale, barter, or given away for free. Disposal/recycling costs are to be added to the replacement cost and considered in the cost-effectiveness testing.

Other electric energy efficiency measures 301- 7.3

301- 7.1 a improvements

The customers specific needs and habits must be considered in the repair or replacement of efficiency measures. All meterial installed must be installed PMI and in compliance with local codes.

Required measures 301- 7.4

Foam waterbed covers must be purchased with non-HWAP funds. The waterbed cover shall be installed to cover the entire exposed surface of the mattress. The foam must be placed directly on the mattress surface, under any and all covers. The thermostat temperature for the appliance must be lowered at the time of installation of the insulation. Normal operating temperature with the foam in place should be between 70 and 80 degrees F.

Final inspection procedures

Electric power supply 401- 4.2

401- 4.2 a main power supply

Determine that the main electrical power supply to the electric tank is safe.

401- 4.2 b dedicated circuit

Ensure that the electric line to the DHW is a dedicated circuit that is properly sized and fused.

401- 4.2 c safe wiring

Ensure the wiring to the DHW is not charred, frayed or missing insulation and improper or loose connections have been corrected.

Water tank condition 401- 4.7

401- 4.7 a tank leakage

Ensure the tank is not leaking.

401- 4.7 b pressure relief valve/discharge pipe

Ensure the discharge pipe/pressure relief valve is present and working and installed correctly.

401- 4.7 c tank insulation warning

Document a DHW that has a manufacturer's warning against adding insulation to the tank.

401- 4.7 d tank insulation

Ensure the tank is insulated, if required.

401- 4.7 e temperature setting

Ensure the temperature setting on the thermostat(s) has been lowered, if called for, without affecting the life style of the customer.

DHW distribution 401- 4.8

401- 4.8 a water line insulation

Ensure there is insulation present on the first six feet of both the hot and cold water lines.

Fluorescent lighting 401-7-1

Ensure that screw-in compact fluorescent lighting was installed per manufacturer's instructions in the fixtures determined by the initial inspection. Ensure no fluorescent lighting was installed in fixtures with dimmers unless specifically allowed by the bulb manufacturer.

Refrigerator/freezer replacement 401- 7.2

401- 7.2 a refrigerators/freezers

Ensure that refrigerators/freezers were installed per manufacturer's instructions in a location acceptable to the customer.

401- 7.2 b old units

Ensure refrigerators and freezers taken out of service were discarded in an environmentally-sensitive manner. If applicable, ensure that old units were reclaimed only at licensed stations. Ensure that no units taken out of service were returned to service.

Other electric enrgy efficiency measures 401- 7.3

401- 7.2 improvements

Ensure that all materials have been installed PMI and in compliance with local codes. Ensure that the benefit expected in the estimation (repairing water leaks to reduce well water pump operation, etc.) has been achieved.

401- 7.3 waterbeds

Ensure the foam is installed to cover the entire exposed surface of the mattress. Ensure the foam is placed directly on the mattress surface, under any and all covers. Ensure the thermostat temperature for the appliance was lowered at the time of installation of the insulation. Normal operating temperature with the foam in place should be between 70 and 80 degrees F. Ensure that foam waterbed covers were purchased with non-HWAP funds and installed.

Consumer energy education 401- 7.3

401- 7.3 a consumer energy education

Ensure education has been provided concerning such matters as the impact of dirty filters on electric clothes dryers, the impact of dirty coils on refrigerators and freezers, etc.

Procedures for measuring electricity 1506-6

1506- 6.1 meter base load

Use a commercially available kilowatt-hour meter to measure electric usage of refrigerators, well water pumps, etc. Record the date and time for the meter reading period. Be sure to account for the seasonal operating characteristics of the appliance. For instance, many waterbed heaters are not in use in the summer so usage would be underestimated.

1506- 6.2 metered savings calculations

Use the following method to calculate savings based on metered energy consumption.

1506- 6.2 a pre-retrofit consumption

i. Determine existing wattage by taking meter reading (Wpre).

ii. Determine the hours of use (Hpre).

iii. Determine the number of days of use per year (Ypre).

iv. Multiply Wpre x Hpre x Ypre and divide by 1000 to calculate pre-retrofit kWh use (kWhpre)

1506- 6.2 b post-retrofit usage

i. Determine the new usage (Wpost).

ii. Determine the new hours of use (Hpost).

iii. Determine the number of hours of use per year (Ypost).

iv. Multiply Wpost x Hpost x Ypost and divide by 1000 to calculate the post-retrofit kWh usage (kWhpost).

Or, use the DOE energy guide usage or manufacturers specifications to determine the consumption for replacement appliances (kWhpost).

1506- 6.2 c annual savings

Determine the annual energy savings from the measures (Sa).

i. Sa = kWhpre - kWhpost.

1506- 6.2 d neat input

Convert to Mbtu for input into neat or other approved audit.

i. Mbtu = (Sa X 3412(Btu/kWh))/1,000,000

ii. Input Mbtu into the neat (or other approved) audit, along with the fuel type saved and the life of the measure. Include the measure in the SIR calculations on the last NEAT input screen.

1506- 6.3 non-metered savings calculation

Use the following method to calculate electricity savings if a kilowatt hour meter is not used.

1506- 6.3 a pre-retrofit consumption

i. Determine existing wattage from data plate or markings (Wpre).

ii. Determine the hours of use (Hpre).

iii. Determine the number of days of use per year (Ypre).

iv. Multiply Wpre x Hpre x Ypre and divide by 1000 to calculate pre-retrofit kWh use (kWhpre)

1506- 6.3 b post-retrofit usage

v. Determine the new usage (Wpost).

vi. Determine the new hours of use (Hpost).

vii. Determine the number of hours of use per year (Ypost).

viii. Multiply Wpost x Hpost x Ypost and divide by 1000 to calculate the post-retrofit kWh usage (kWhpost).

Or, use the DOE energy guide usage or manufacturers specifications to determine the consumption for replacement appliances (kWhpost).

1506- 6.3 c annual savings

Determine the annual energy savings from the measures (Sa).

i. Sa = kWhpre - kWhpost.

1506- 6.3 d NEAT input

Convert to Mbtu for input into NEAT or other approved audit.

i. Mbtu=(Sa X 3412(Btu/kWh))/1,000,000

ii. Input Mbtu into the NEAT (or other approved) audit, along with the fuel type saved and the life of the measure. Include the measure in the SIR calculations on the last NEAT input screen.

1506- 6.4 Refrigerator/freezer replacement chart instructions

1506- 6.4 a necessary information

Information you must collect:

-- cost of electric

-- 24 hour metered electric usage of old appliance

-- DOE Energy Guide listing of annual usage of proposed new appliance

-- Cost of proposed new appliance

1506- 6.4 b using the chart Select the chart for the annual Kwh usage of the new appliance. For those units whose annual usage falls between the listed annual usages, select the chart of the next highest annual usage.

Select the Kwh/day number that matches the metered usage of the old unit. For those readings that fall between the listed readings, select the next lowest reading from the chart.

Follow that row across until you come to the column closest to the electric rate (fuel cost in cents per Kwh) of the utility serving the house.

The dollars listed on the chart represent the threshold cost of a replacement unit with an SIR of 1. All replacements that cost less than the cost listed here have an SIR greater than 1 and may be replaced. All replacements that cost more than the cost listed here have an SIR less than 1 and may not be replaced.

1506- 6.5 fluorescent lighting replacement chart instructions

1506- 6.5 a necessary information

Information you must collect:

-- cost of electric

-- hours of use for each lamp

-- proposed wattage of new lamp

-- Cost of new lamp

1506- 6.6 b using the chart

Select the chart for the wattage of the old lamp. For those units whose wattage falls between the listed wattages, select the chart of the next lowest usage.

Select the wattage that matches the proposed replacement (CFL Watts). For those readings that fall between the listed wattages, select the next highest reading from the chart.

Next, select the row corresponding to the daily usage (Hours on per day) for the lamp.

Follow that row across until you come to the column closest to the electric rate (fuel cost in cents per Kwh) of the utility serving the house.

The dollars listed on the chart represent the threshold cost of a replacement unit with an SIR of 1. All replacements that cost less than the cost listed here have an SIR greater than 1 and may be replaced. All replacements that cost more than the cost listed here have an SIR less than 1 and may not be replaced

Appendix A Refrigerator/Freezer Replacement

Refrigerator/Freezer Replacement Discounted Lifetime Savings

800 Kwh Annual Usage Replacement Unit

Kwh/Day 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7

Kwh/Year 1095 1277.5 1460 1642.5 1825 2007.5 2190 2372.5 2555

Fuel Cost in Cents Per Kwh

$ 0.065 $ 145.72 $ 235.87 $ 326.02 $ 416.17 $ 506.32 $ 596.47 $ 686.63 $ 776.78 $ 866.93

$ 0.070 $ 156.93 $ 254.02 $ 351.10 $ 448.19 $ 545.27 $ 642.36 $ 739.44 $ 836.53 $ 933.61

$ 0.075 $ 168.14 $ 272.16 $ 376.18 $ 480.20 $ 584.22 $ 688.24 $ 792.26 $ 896.28 $1, 000.30

$ 0.080 $ 179.35 $ 290.31 $ 401.26 $ 512.21 $ 623.17 $ 734.12 $ 845.08 $ 956.03 $1, 066.99

$ 0.085 $ 190.56 $ 308.45 $ 426.34 $ 544.23 $ 662.12 $ 780.01 $ 897.89 $1, 015.78 $1, 133.67

$ 0.090 $ 201.77 $ 326.59 $ 451.42 $ 576.24 $ 701.06 $ 825.89 $ 950.71 $1, 075.54 $1, 200.36

$ 0.095 $ 212.98 $ 344.74 $ 476.50 $ 608.25 $ 740.01 $ 871.77 $1, 003.53 $1, 135.29 $1, 267.05

$ 0.100 $ 224.19 $ 362.88 $ 501.57 $ 640.27 $ 778.96 $ 917.65 $1, 056.35 $1, 195.04 $1, 333.73

$ 0.105 $ 235.40 $ 381.03 $ 526.65 $ 672.28 $ 817.91 $ 963.54 $1, 109.16 $1, 254.79 $1, 400.42

$ 0.110 $ 246.61 $ 399.17 $ 551.73 $ 704.29 $ 856.86 $1, 009.42 $1, 161.98 $1, 314.54 $1, 467.11

$ 0.115 $ 257.82 $ 417.31 $ 576.81 $ 736.31 $ 895.80 $1, 055.30 $1, 214.80 $1, 374.30 $1, 533.79

$ 0.120 $ 269.03 $ 435.46 $ 601.89 $ 768.32 $ 934.75 $1, 101.18 $1, 267.62 $1, 434.05 $1, 600.48

$ 0.125 $ 280.24 $ 453.60 $ 626.97 $ 800.33 $ 973.70 $1, 147.07 $1, 320.43 $1, 493.80 $1, 667.17

$ 0.130 $ 291.45 $ 471.75 $ 652.05 $ 832.35 $1, 012.65 $1, 192.95 $1, 373.25 $1, 553.55 $1, 733.85

$ 0.135 $ 302.65 $ 489.89 $ 677.13 $ 864.36 $1, 051.60 $1, 238.83 $1, 426.07 $1, 613.30 $1, 800.54

$ 0.140 $ 313.86 $ 508.03 $ 702.20 $ 896.37 $1, 090.54 $1, 284.72 $1, 478.89 $1, 673.06 $1, 867.23

750 Kwh Annual Usage Replacement Unit

Kwh/Day 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7

Kwh/Year 1095 1277.5 1460 1642.5 1825 2007.5 2190 2372.5 2555

Fuel Cost in Cents Per Kwh

$ 0.065 $ 170.42 $ 260.57 $ 350.72 $ 440.87 $ 531.02 $ 621.17 $ 711.32 $ 801.47 $ 891.62

$ 0.070 $ 183.53 $ 280.62 $ 377.70 $ 474.79 $ 571.87 $ 668.96 $ 766.04 $ 863.13 $ 960.21

$ 0.075 $ 196.64 $ 300.66 $ 404.68 $ 508.70 $ 612.72 $ 716.74 $ 820.76 $ 924.78 $1, 028.80

$ 0.080 $ 209.75 $ 320.70 $ 431.66 $ 542.61 $ 653.57 $ 764.52 $ 875.48 $ 986.43 $1, 097.38

$ 0.085 $ 222.86 $ 340.75 $ 458.64 $ 576.53 $ 694.41 $ 812.30 $ 930.19 $1, 048.08 $1, 165.97

$ 0.090 $ 235.97 $ 360.79 $ 485.62 $ 610.44 $ 735.26 $ 860.09 $ 984.91 $1, 109.73 $1, 234.56

$ 0.095 $ 249.08 $ 380.84 $ 512.59 $ 644.35 $ 776.11 $ 907.87 $1, 039.63 $1, 171.39 $1, 303.14

$ 0.100 $ 262.19 $ 400.88 $ 539.57 $ 678.27 $ 816.96 $ 955.65 $1, 094.34 $1, 233.04 $1, 371.73

$ 0.105 $ 275.30 $ 420.92 $ 566.55 $ 712.18 $ 857.81 $1, 003.43 $1, 149.06 $1, 294.69 $1, 440.32

$ 0.110 $ 288.41 $ 440.97 $ 593.53 $ 746.09 $ 898.65 $1, 051.22 $1, 203.78 $1, 356.34 $1, 508.90

$ 0.115 $ 301.51 $ 461.01 $ 620.51 $ 780.01 $ 939.50 $1, 099.00 $1, 258.50 $1, 417.99 $1, 577.49

$ 0.120 $ 314.62 $ 481.06 $ 647.49 $ 813.92 $ 980.35 $1, 146.78 $1, 313.21 $1, 479.65 $1, 646.08

$ 0.125 $ 327.73 $ 501.10 $ 674.47 $ 847.83 $1, 021.20 $1, 194.56 $1, 367.93 $1, 541.30 $1, 714.66

$ 0.130 $ 340.84 $ 521.14 $ 701.44 $ 881.75 $1, 062.05 $1, 242.35 $1, 422.65 $1, 602.95 $1, 783.25

$ 0.135 $ 353.95 $ 541.19 $ 728.42 $ 915.66 $1, 102.89 $1, 290.13 $1, 477.37 $1, 664.60 $1, 851.84

$ 0.140 $ 367.06 $ 561.23 $ 755.40 $ 949.57 $1, 143.74 $1, 337.91 $1, 532.08 $1, 726.25 $1, 920.42

700 Kwh Annual Usage Replacement Unit

Kwh/Day 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7

Kwh/Year 1095 1277.5 1460 1642.5 1825 2007.5 2190 2372.5 2555

Fuel Cost in Cents per Kwh

$ 0.065 $ 195.12 $ 285.27 $ 375.42 $ 465.57 $ 555.72 $ 645.87 $ 736.02 $ 826.17 $ 916.32

$ 0.070 $ 210.13 $ 307.21 $ 404.30 $ 501.38 $ 598.47 $ 695.55 $ 792.64 $ 889.72 $ 986.81

$ 0.075 $ 225.14 $ 329.16 $ 433.18 $ 537.20 $ 641.22 $ 745.24 $ 849.72 $ 953.28 $1, 057.30

$ 0.080 $ 240.15 $ 351.10 $ 462.06 $ 573.01 $ 683.97 $ 794.92 $ 905.87 $1, 016.83 $1, 127.78

$ 0.085 $ 255.16 $ 373.05 $ 490.94 $ 608.82 $ 726.71 $ 844.60 $ 962.49 $1, 080.38 $1, 198.27

$ 0.090 $ 270.17 $ 394.99 $ 519.81 $ 644.64 $ 769.46 $ 894.28 $1, 019.11 $1, 143.93 $1, 268.76

$ 0.095 $ 285.18 $ 416.93 $ 548.69 $ 680.45 $ 812.21 $ 943.97 $1, 075.73 $1, 207.48 $1, 339.24

$ 0.100 $ 300.18 $ 438.88 $ 577.57 $ 716.26 $ 854.96 $ 993.65 $1, 132.34 $1, 271.04 $1, 409.73

$ 0.105 $ 315.19 $ 460.82 $ 606.45 $ 752.08 $ 897.70 $1, 043.33 $1, 188.96 $1, 334.59 $1, 480.22

$ 0.110 $ 330.20 $ 482.77 $ 635.33 $ 787.89 $ 940.45 $1, 093.01 $1, 245.58 $1, 398.14 $1, 550.70

$ 0.115 $ 345.21 $ 504.71 $ 664.21 $ 823.70 $ 983.20 $1, 142.70 $1, 302.19 $1, 461.69 $1, 621.19

$ 0.120 $ 360.22 $ 526.65 $ 693.08 $ 859.52 $1, 025.95 $1, 192.38 $1, 358.81 $1, 525.24 $1, 691.67

$ 0.125 $ 375.23 $ 548.60 $ 721.96 $ 895.33 $1, 068.70 $1, 242.06 $1, 415.43 $1, 588.79 $1, 762.16

$ 0.130 $ 390.24 $ 570.54 $ 750.84 $ 931.14 $1, 111.44 $1, 291.74 $1, 472.05 $1, 652.35 $1, 832.65

$ 0.135 $ 405.25 $ 592.49 $ 779.72 $ 966.96 $1, 154.19 $1, 341.43 $1, 528.66 $1, 715.90 $1, 903.13

$ 0.140 $ 420.26 $ 614.43 $ 808.60 $1, 002.77 $1, 196.94 $1, 391.11 $1, 585.28 $1, 779.45 $1, 973.62

650 Kwh Annual Usage Replacement Unit

Kwh/Day 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7

Kwh/Year 1095 1277.5 1460 1642.5 1825 2007.5 2190 2372.5 2555

Fuel Cost in Cents per Kwh

$ 0.065 $ 219.82 $ 309.97 $ 400.12 $ 490.27 $ 580.42 $ 670.57 $ 760.72 $ 850.87 $ 941.02

$ 0.070 $ 236.73 $ 333.81 $ 430.90 $ 527.98 $ 625.07 $ 722.15 $ 819.24 $ 916.32 $1, 013.41

$ 0.075 $ 253.64 $ 357.66 $ 461.68 $ 565.70 $ 669.72 $ 773.74 $ 877.76 $ 981.78 $1, 085.80

$ 0.080 $ 270.55 $ 381.50 $ 492.46 $ 603.41 $ 714.36 $ 825.32 $ 936.27 $1, 047.23 $1, 158.18

$ 0.085 $ 287.46 $ 405.34 $ 523.23 $ 641.12 $ 759.01 $ 876.90 $ 994.79 $1, 112.68 $1, 230.57

$ 0.090 $ 304.36 $ 429.19 $ 554.01 $ 678.84 $ 803.66 $ 928.48 $1, 053.31 $1, 178.13 $1, 302.95

$ 0.095 $ 321.27 $ 453.03 $ 584.79 $ 716.55 $ 848.31 $ 980.07 $1, 111.82 $1, 243.58 $1, 375.34

$ 0.100 $ 338.18 $ 476.88 $ 615.57 $ 754.26 $ 892.95 $1, 031.65 $1, 170.34 $1, 309.03 $1, 447.73

$ 0.105 $ 355.09 $ 500.72 $ 646.35 $ 791.97 $ 937.60 $1, 083.23 $1, 228.86 $1, 374.49 $1, 520.11

$ 0.110 $ 372.00 $ 524.56 $ 677.13 $ 829.69 $ 982.25 $1, 134.81 $1, 287.37 $1, 439.94 $1, 592.50

$ 0.115 $ 388.91 $ 548.41 $ 707.90 $ 867.40 $1, 026.90 $1, 186.39 $1, 345.89 $1, 505.39 $1, 664.89

$ 0.120 $ 405.82 $ 572.25 $ 738.68 $ 905.11 $1, 071.55 $1, 237.98 $1, 404.41 $1, 570.84 $1, 737.27

$ 0.125 $ 422.73 $ 596.09 $ 769.46 $ 942.83 $1, 116.19 $1, 289.56 $1, 462.93 $1, 636.29 $1, 809.66

$ 0.130 $ 439.64 $ 619.94 $ 800.24 $ 980.54 $1, 160.84 $1, 341.14 $1, 521.44 $1, 701.74 $1, 882.04

$ 0.135 $ 456.55 $ 643.78 $ 831.02 $1, 018.25 $1, 205.49 $1, 392.72 $1, 579.96 $1, 767.20 $1, 954.43

$ 0.140 $ 473.46 $ 667.63 $ 861.80 $1, 055.97 $1, 250.14 $1, 444.31 $1, 638.48 $1, 832.65 $2, 026.82

600 Kwh Annual Usage Replacement Unit

Kwh/Day 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7

Kwh/Year 1095 1277.5 1460 1642.5 1825 2007.5 2190 2372.5 2555

Fuel Cost in Cents per Kwh

$ 0.065 $ 244.52 $ 334.67 $ 424.82 $ 514.97 $ 605.12 $ 695.27 $ 785.42 $ 875.57 $ 965.72

$ 0.070 $ 263.33 $ 360.41 $ 457.50 $ 554.58 $ 651.67 $ 748.75 $ 845.84 $ 942.92 $1, 040.01

$ 0.075 $ 282.14 $ 386.16 $ 490.18 $ 594.19 $ 698.21 $ 802.23 $ 906.25 $1, 010.27 $1, 114.29

$ 0.080 $ 300.94 $ 411.90 $ 522.85 $ 633.81 $ 744.76 $ 855.72 $ 966.67 $1, 077.63 $1, 188.58

$ 0.085 $ 319.75 $ 437.64 $ 555.53 $ 673.42 $ 791.31 $ 909.20 $1, 027.09 $1, 144.98 $1, 262.87

$ 0.090 $ 338.56 $ 463.39 $ 588.21 $ 713.03 $ 837.86 $ 962.68 $1, 087.50 $1, 212.33 $1, 337.15

$ 0.095 $ 357.37 $ 489.13 $ 620.89 $ 752.65 $ 884.41 $1, 016.16 $1, 147.92 $1, 279.68 $1, 411.44

$ 0.100 $ 376.18 $ 514.87 $ 653.57 $ 792.26 $ 930.95 $1, 069.65 $1, 208.34 $1, 347.03 $1, 485.72

$ 0.105 $ 394.99 $ 540.62 $ 686.25 $ 831.87 $ 977.50 $1, 123.13 $1, 268.76 $1, 414.38 $1, 560.01

$ 0.110 $ 413.80 $ 566.36 $ 718.92 $ 871.49 $1, 024.05 $1, 176.61 $1, 329.17 $1, 481.74 $1, 634.30

$ 0.115 $ 432.61 $ 592.11 $ 751.60 $ 911.10 $1, 070.60 $1, 230.09 $1, 389.59 $1, 549.09 $1, 708.58

$ 0.120 $ 451.42 $ 617.85 $ 784.28 $ 950.71 $1, 117.14 $1, 283.58 $1, 450.01 $1, 616.44 $1, 782.87

$ 0.125 $ 470.23 $ 643.59 $ 816.96 $ 990.32 $1, 163.69 $1, 337.06 $1, 510.42 $1, 683.79 $1, 857.16

$ 0.130 $ 489.04 $ 669.34 $ 849.64 $1, 029.94 $1, 210.24 $1, 390.54 $1, 570.84 $1, 751.14 $1, 931.44

$ 0.135 $ 507.84 $ 695.08 $ 882.32 $1, 069.55 $1, 256.79 $1, 444.02 $1, 631.26 $1, 818.49 $2, 005.73

$ 0.140 $ 526.65 $ 720.82 $ 914.99 $1, 109.16 $1, 303.33 $1, 497.50 $1, 691.67 $1, 885.84 $2, 080.01

550 Kwh Annual Usage Replacement Unit

Kwh/Day 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7

Kwh/Year 1095 1277.5 1460 1642.5 1825 2007.5 2190 2372.5 2555

Fuel Cost in Cents per Kwh

$ 0.065 $ 269.22 $ 359.37 $ 449.52 $ 539.67 $ 629.82 $ 719.97 $ 810.12 $ 900.27 $ 990.42

$ 0.070 $ 289.93 $ 387.01 $ 484.10 $ 581.18 $ 678.27 $ 775.35 $ 872.44 $ 969.52 $1, 066.61

$ 0.075 $ 310.63 $ 414.65 $ 518.67 $ 622.69 $ 726.71 $ 830.73 $ 934.75 $1, 038.77 $1, 142.79

$ 0.080 $ 331.34 $ 442.30 $ 553.25 $ 664.21 $ 775.16 $ 886.12 $ 997.07 $1, 108.02 $1, 218.98

$ 0.085 $ 352.05 $ 469.94 $ 587.83 $ 705.72 $ 823.61 $ 941.50 $1, 059.39 $1, 177.28 $1, 295.16

$ 0.090 $ 372.76 $ 497.58 $ 622.41 $ 747.23 $ 872.06 $ 996.88 $1, 121.70 $1, 246.53 $1, 371.35

$ 0.095 $ 393.47 $ 525.23 $ 656.99 $ 788.75 $ 920.50 $1, 052.26 $1, 184.02 $1, 315.78 $1, 447.54

$ 0.100 $ 414.18 $ 552.87 $ 691.57 $ 830.26 $ 968.95 $1, 107.64 $1, 246.34 $1, 385.03 $1, 523.72

$ 0.105 $ 434.89 $ 580.52 $ 726.14 $ 871.77 $1, 017.40 $1, 163.03 $1, 308.65 $1, 454.28 $1, 599.91

$ 0.110 $ 455.60 $ 608.16 $ 760.72 $ 913.28 $1, 065.85 $1, 218.41 $1, 370.97 $1, 523.53 $1, 676.10

$ 0.115 $ 476.31 $ 635.80 $ 795.30 $ 954.80 $1, 114.29 $1, 273.79 $1, 433.29 $1, 592.78 $1, 752.28

$ 0.120 $ 497.01 $ 663.45 $ 829.88 $ 996.31 $1, 162.74 $1, 329.17 $1, 495.60 $1, 662.04 $1, 828.47

$ 0.125 $ 517.72 $ 691.09 $ 864.46 $1, 037.82 $1, 211.19 $1, 384.55 $1, 557.92 $1, 731.29 $1, 904.65

$ 0.130 $ 538.43 $ 718.73 $ 899.03 $1, 079.34 $1, 259.64 $1, 439.94 $1, 620.24 $1, 800.54 $1, 980.84

$ 0.135 $ 559.14 $ 746.38 $ 933.61 $1, 120.85 $1, 308.08 $1, 495.32 $1, 682.55 $1, 869.79 $2, 057.03

$ 0.140 $ 579.85 $ 774.02 $ 968.19 $1, 162.36 $1, 356.53 $1, 550.70 $1, 744.87 $1, 939.04 $2, 133.21

500 Kwh Annual Usage Replacement Unit

Kwh/Day 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7

Kwh/Year 1095 1277.5 1460 1642.5 1825 2007.5 2190 2372.5 2555

Fuel Cost in Cents per Kwh

$ 0.065 $ 293.92 $ 384.07 $ 474.22 $ 564.37 $ 654.52 $ 744.67 $ 834.82 $ 924.97 $1, 015.12

$ 0.070 $ 316.52 $ 413.61 $ 510.69 $ 607.78 $ 704.86 $ 801.95 $ 899.03 $ 996.12 $1, 093.20

$ 0.075 $ 339.13 $ 443.15 $ 547.17 $ 651.19 $ 755.21 $ 859.23 $ 963.25 $1, 067.27 $1, 171.29

$ 0.080 $ 361.74 $ 472.70 $ 583.65 $ 694.60 $ 805.56 $ 916.51 $1, 027.47 $1, 138.42 $1, 249.38

$ 0.085 $ 384.35 $ 502.24 $ 620.13 $ 738.02 $ 855.91 $ 973.80 $1, 091.68 $1, 209.57 $1, 327.46

$ 0.090 $ 406.96 $ 531.78 $ 656.61 $ 781.43 $ 906.25 $1, 031.08 $1, 155.90 $1, 280.73 $1, 405.55

$ 0.095 $ 429.57 $ 561.33 $ 693.08 $ 824.84 $ 956.60 $1, 088.36 $1, 220.12 $1, 351.88 $1, 483.63

$ 0.100 $ 452.18 $ 590.87 $ 729.56 $ 868.26 $1, 006.95 $1, 145.64 $1, 284.34 $1, 423.03 $1, 561.72

$ 0.105 $ 474.79 $ 620.41 $ 766.04 $ 911.67 $1, 057.30 $1, 202.92 $1, 348.55 $1, 494.18 $1, 639.81

$ 0.110 $ 497.39 $ 649.96 $ 802.52 $ 955.08 $1, 107.64 $1, 260.21 $1, 412.77 $1, 565.33 $1, 717.89

$ 0.115 $ 520.00 $ 679.50 $ 839.00 $ 998.49 $1, 157.99 $1, 317.49 $1, 476.99 $1, 636.48 $1, 795.98

$ 0.120 $ 542.61 $ 709.04 $ 875.48 $1, 041.91 $1, 208.34 $1, 374.77 $1, 541.20 $1, 707.63 $1, 874.07

$ 0.125 $ 565.22 $ 738.59 $ 911.95 $1, 085.32 $1, 258.69 $1, 432.05 $1, 605.42 $1, 778.79 $1, 952.15

$ 0.130 $ 587.83 $ 768.13 $ 948.43 $1, 128.73 $1, 309.03 $1, 489.33 $1, 669.64 $1, 849.94 $2, 030.24

$ 0.135 $ 610.44 $ 797.67 $ 984.91 $1, 172.15 $1, 359.38 $1, 546.62 $1, 733.85 $1, 921.09 $2, 108.32

$ 0.140 $ 633.05 $ 827.22 $1, 021.39 $1, 215.56 $1, 409.73 $1, 603.90 $1, 798.07 $1, 992.24 $2, 186.41

450 Kwh Annual Usage Replacement Unit

Kwh/Day 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7

Kwh/Year 1095 1277.5 1460 1642.5 1825 2007.5 2190 2372.5 2555

Fuel Cost in Cents per Kwh

$ 0.065 $ 318.61 $ 408.76 $ 498.91 $ 589.07 $ 679.22 $ 769.37 $ 859.52 $ 949.67 $1, 039.82

$ 0.070 $ 343.12 $ 440.21 $ 537.29 $ 634.38 $ 731.46 $ 828.55 $ 925.63 $1, 022.72 $1, 119.80

$ 0.075 $ 367.63 $ 471.65 $ 575.67 $ 679.69 $ 783.71 $ 887.73 $ 991.75 $1, 095.77 $1, 199.79

$ 0.080 $ 392.14 $ 503.09 $ 614.05 $ 725.00 $ 835.96 $ 946.91 $1, 057.87 $1, 168.82 $1, 279.78

$ 0.085 $ 416.65 $ 534.54 $ 652.43 $ 770.32 $ 888.21 $1, 006.09 $1, 123.98 $1, 241.87 $1, 359.76

$ 0.090 $ 441.16 $ 565.98 $ 690.81 $ 815.63 $ 940.45 $1, 065.28 $1, 190.10 $1, 314.92 $1, 439.75

$ 0.095 $ 465.67 $ 597.42 $ 729.18 $ 860.94 $ 992.70 $1, 124.46 $1, 256.22 $1, 387.97 $1, 519.73

$ 0.100 $ 490.18 $ 628.87 $ 767.56 $ 906.25 $1, 044.95 $1, 183.64 $1, 322.33 $1, 461.03 $1, 599.72

$ 0.105 $ 514.68 $ 660.31 $ 805.94 $ 951.57 $1, 097.19 $1, 242.82 $1, 388.45 $1, 534.08 $1, 679.71

$ 0.110 $ 539.19 $ 691.76 $ 844.32 $ 996.88 $1, 149.44 $1, 302.00 $1, 454.57 $1, 607.13 $1, 759.69

$ 0.115 $ 563.70 $ 723.20 $ 882.70 $1, 042.19 $1, 201.69 $1, 361.19 $1, 520.68 $1, 680.18 $1, 839.68

$ 0.120 $ 588.21 $ 754.64 $ 921.07 $1, 087.50 $1, 253.94 $1, 420.37 $1, 586.80 $1, 753.23 $1, 919.66

$ 0.125 $ 612.72 $ 786.09 $ 959.45 $1, 132.82 $1, 306.18 $1, 479.55 $1, 652.92 $1, 826.28 $1, 999.65

$ 0.130 $ 637.23 $ 817.53 $ 997.83 $1, 178.13 $1, 358.43 $1, 538.73 $1, 719.03 $1, 899.33 $2, 079.63

$ 0.135 $ 661.74 $ 848.97 $1, 036.21 $1, 223.44 $1, 410.68 $1, 597.91 $1, 785.15 $1, 972.39 $2, 159.62

$ 0.140 $ 686.25 $ 880.42 $1, 074.59 $1, 268.76 $1, 462.93 $1, 657.10 $1, 851.27 $2, 045.44 $2, 239.61

400 Kwh Annual Usage Replacement Unit

Kwh/Day 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7

Kwh/Year 1095 1277.5 1460 1642.5 1825 2007.5 2190 2372.5 2555

Fuel Cost in Cents per Kwh

$ 0.065 $ 343.31 $ 433.46 $ 523.61 $ 613.76 $ 703.91 $ 794.06 $ 884.22 $ 974.37 $1, 064.52

$ 0.070 $ 369.72 $ 466.81 $ 563.89 $ 660.98 $ 758.06 $ 855.15 $ 952.23 $1, 049.32 $1, 146.40

$ 0.075 $ 396.13 $ 500.15 $ 604.17 $ 708.19 $ 812.21 $ 916.23 $1, 020.25 $1, 124.27 $1, 228.29

$ 0.080 $ 422.54 $ 533.49 $ 644.45 $ 755.40 $ 866.36 $ 977.31 $1, 088.26 $1, 199.22 $1, 310.17

$ 0.085 $ 448.95 $ 566.84 $ 684.73 $ 802.61 $ 920.50 $1, 038.39 $1, 156.28 $1, 274.17 $1, 392.06

$ 0.090 $ 475.36 $ 600.18 $ 725.00 $ 849.83 $ 974.65 $1, 099.47 $1, 224.30 $1, 349.12 $1, 473.95

$ 0.095 $ 501.76 $ 633.52 $ 765.28 $ 897.04 $1, 028.80 $1, 160.56 $1, 292.31 $1, 424.07 $1, 555.83

$ 0.100 $ 528.17 $ 666.87 $ 805.56 $ 944.25 $1, 082.95 $1, 221.64 $1, 360.33 $1, 499.02 $1, 637.72

$ 0.105 $ 554.58 $ 700.21 $ 845.84 $ 991.46 $1, 137.09 $1, 282.72 $1, 428.35 $1, 573.98 $1, 719.60

$ 0.110 $ 580.99 $ 733.55 $ 886.12 $1, 038.68 $1, 191.24 $1, 343.80 $1, 496.36 $1, 648.93 $1, 801.49

$ 0.115 $ 607.40 $ 766.90 $ 926.39 $1, 085.89 $1, 245.39 $1, 404.88 $1, 564.38 $1, 723.88 $1, 883.37

$ 0.120 $ 633.81 $ 800.24 $ 966.67 $1, 133.10 $1, 299.53 $1, 465.97 $1, 632.40 $1, 798.83 $1, 965.26

$ 0.125 $ 660.22 $ 833.58 $1, 006.95 $1, 180.32 $1, 353.68 $1, 527.05 $1, 700.41 $1, 873.78 $2, 047.15

$ 0.130 $ 686.63 $ 866.93 $1, 047.23 $1, 227.53 $1, 407.83 $1, 588.13 $1, 768.43 $1, 948.73 $2, 129.03

$ 0.135 $ 713.03 $ 900.27 $1, 087.50 $1, 274.74 $1, 461.98 $1, 649.21 $1, 836.45 $2, 023.68 $2, 210.92

$ 0.140 $ 739.44 $ 933.61 $1, 127.78 $1, 321.95 $1, 516.12 $1, 710.29 $1, 904.46 $2, 098.63 $2, 292.80

4.5028 50 60 75 90 100 150

Appendix B Compact Fluorescent Bulb Replacement

Replacement of 50 Watt Incandescent

Hours On

Per Day

CFL Watts234567

Fuel Cost per Kwh

15 $ 0.060 $ 6.90 $ 10.35 $ 13.81 $ 17.26 $ 20.71 $ 24.16

$ 0.065 $ 7.48 $ 11.22 $ 14.96 $ 18.70 $ 22.43 $ 26.17

$ 0.070 $ 8.05 $ 12.08 $ 16.11 $ 20.13 $ 24.16 $ 28.19

$ 0.075 $ 8.63 $ 12.94 $ 17.26 $ 21.57 $ 25.89 $ 30.20

$ 0.080 $ 9.20 $ 13.81 $ 18.41 $ 23.01 $ 27.61 $ 32.21

$ 0.085 $ 9.78 $ 14.67 $ 19.56 $ 24.45 $ 29.34 $ 34.23

$ 0.090 $ 10.35 $ 15.53 $ 20.71 $ 25.89 $ 31.06 $ 36.24

$ 0.095 $ 10.93 $ 16.39 $ 21.86 $ 27.32 $ 32.79 $ 38.25

$ 0.100 $ 11.50 $ 17.26 $ 23.01 $ 28.76 $ 34.51 $ 40.27

$ 0.105 $ 12.08 $ 18.12 $ 24.16 $ 30.20 $ 36.24 $ 42.28

$ 0.110 $ 12.66 $ 18.98 $ 25.31 $ 31.64 $ 37.97 $ 44.29

$ 0.115 $ 13.23 $ 19.85 $ 26.46 $ 33.08 $ 39.69 $ 46.31

$ 0.120 $ 13.81 $ 20.71 $ 27.61 $ 34.51 $ 41.42 $ 48.32

$ 0.125 $ 14.38 $ 21.57 $ 28.76 $ 35.95 $ 43.14 $ 50.33

$ 0.130 $ 14.96 $ 22.43 $ 29.91 $ 37.39 $ 44.87 $ 52.35

$ 0.135 $ 15.53 $ 23.30 $ 31.06 $ 38.83 $ 46.59 $ 54.36

$ 0.140 $ 16.11 $ 24.16 $ 32.21 $ 40.27 $ 48.32 $ 56.37

18$ 0.060 $ 6.31 $ 9.47 $ 12.62 $ 15.78 $ 18.93 $ 22.09

$ 0.065 $ 6.84 $ 10.26 $ 13.67 $ 17.09 $ 20.51 $ 23.93

$ 0.070 $ 7.36 $ 11.04 $ 14.73 $ 18.41 $ 22.09 $ 25.77

$ 0.075 $ 7.89 $ 11.83 $ 15.78 $ 19.72 $ 23.67 $ 27.61

$ 0.080 $ 8.41 $ 12.62 $ 16.83 $ 21.04 $ 25.24 $ 29.45

$ 0.085 $ 8.94 $ 13.41 $ 17.88 $ 22.35 $ 26.82 $ 31.29

$ 0.090 $ 9.47 $ 14.20 $ 18.93 $ 23.67 $ 28.40 $ 33.13

$ 0.095 $ 9.99 $ 14.99 $ 19.99 $ 24.98 $ 29.98 $ 34.97

$ 0.100 $ 10.52 $ 15.78 $ 21.04 $ 26.30 $ 31.56 $ 36.81

$ 0.105 $ 11.04 $ 16.57 $ 22.09 $ 27.61 $ 33.13 $ 38.66

$ 0.110 $ 11.57 $ 17.36 $ 23.14 $ 28.93 $ 34.71 $ 40.50

$ 0.115 $ 12.10 $ 18.14 $ 24.19 $ 30.24 $ 36.29 $ 42.34

$ 0.120 $ 12.62 $ 18.93 $ 25.24 $ 31.56 $ 37.87 $ 44.18

$ 0.125 $ 13.15 $ 19.72 $ 26.30 $ 32.87 $ 39.44 $ 46.02

$ 0.130 $ 13.67 $ 20.51 $ 27.35 $ 34.19 $ 41.02 $ 47.86

$ 0.135 $ 14.20 $ 21.30 $ 28.40 $ 35.50 $ 42.60 $ 49.70

$ 0.140 $ 14.73 $ 22.09 $ 29.45 $ 36.81 $ 44.18 $ 51.54

20$ 0.060 $ 5.92 $ 8.88 $ 11.83 $ 14.79 $ 17.75 $ 20.71

$ 0.065 $ 6.41 $ 9.61 $ 12.82 $ 16.02 $ 19.23 $ 22.43

$ 0.070 $ 6.90 $ 10.35 $ 13.81 $ 17.26 $ 20.71 $ 24.16

$ 0.075 $ 7.40 $ 11.09 $ 14.79 $ 18.49 $ 22.19 $ 25.89

$ 0.080 $ 7.89 $ 11.83 $ 15.78 $ 19.72 $ 23.67 $ 27.61

$ 0.085 $ 8.38 $ 12.57 $ 16.76 $ 20.95 $ 25.15 $ 29.34

$ 0.090 $ 8.88 $ 13.31 $ 17.75 $ 22.19 $ 26.63 $ 31.06

$ 0.095 $ 9.37 $ 14.05 $ 18.74 $ 23.42 $ 28.10 $ 32.79

$ 0.100 $ 9.86 $ 14.79 $ 19.72 $ 24.65 $ 29.58 $ 34.51

$ 0.105 $ 10.35 $ 15.53 $ 20.71 $ 25.89 $ 31.06 $ 36.24

$ 0.110 $ 10.85 $ 16.27 $ 21.69 $ 27.12 $ 32.54 $ 37.97

$ 0.115 $ 11.34 $ 17.01 $ 22.68 $ 28.35 $ 34.02 $ 39.69

$ 0.120 $ 11.83 $ 17.75 $ 23.67 $ 29.58 $ 35.50 $ 41.42

$ 0.125 $ 12.33 $ 18.49 $ 24.65 $ 30.82 $ 36.98 $ 43.14

$ 0.130 $ 12.82 $ 19.23 $ 25.64 $ 32.05 $ 38.46 $ 44.87

$ 0.135 $ 13.31 $ 19.97 $ 26.63 $ 33.28 $ 39.94 $ 46.59

$ 0.140 $ 13.81 $ 20.71 $ 27.61 $ 34.51 $ 41.42 $ 48.32

23$ 0.060 $ 5.33 $ 7.99 $ 10.65 $ 13.31 $ 15.98 $ 18.64

$ 0.065 $ 5.77 $ 8.65 $ 11.54 $ 14.42 $ 17.31 $ 20.19

$ 0.070 $ 6.21 $ 9.32 $ 12.43 $ 15.53 $ 18.64 $ 21.74

$ 0.075 $ 6.66 $ 9.98 $ 13.31 $ 16.64 $ 19.97 $ 23.30

$ 0.080 $ 7.10 $ 10.65 $ 14.20 $ 17.75 $ 21.30 $ 24.85

$ 0.085 $ 7.54 $ 11.32 $ 15.09 $ 18.86 $ 22.63 $ 26.40

$ 0.090 $ 7.99 $ 11.98 $ 15.98 $ 19.97 $ 23.96 $ 27.96

$ 0.095 $ 8.43 $ 12.65 $ 16.86 $ 21.08 $ 25.29 $ 29.51

$ 0.100 $ 8.88 $ 13.31 $ 17.75 $ 22.19 $ 26.63 $ 31.06

$ 0.105 $ 9.32 $ 13.98 $ 18.64 $ 23.30 $ 27.96 $ 32.62

$ 0.110 $ 9.76 $ 14.64 $ 19.53 $ 24.41 $ 29.29 $ 34.17

$ 0.115 $ 10.21 $ 15.31 $ 20.41 $ 25.52 $ 30.62 $ 35.72

$ 0.120 $ 10.65 $ 15.98 $ 21.30 $ 26.63 $ 31.95 $ 37.28

$ 0.125 $ 11.09 $ 16.64 $ 22.19 $ 27.73 $ 33.28 $ 38.83

$ 0.130 $ 11.54 $ 17.31 $ 23.08 $ 28.84 $ 34.61 $ 40.38

$ 0.135 $ 11.98 $ 17.97 $ 23.96 $ 29.95 $ 35.94 $ 41.93

$ 0.140 $ 12.43 $ 18.64 $ 24.85 $ 31.06 $ 37.28 $ 43.49

27$ 0.060 $ 4.54 $ 6.80 $ 9.07 $ 11.34 $ 13.61 $ 15.88

$ 0.065 $ 4.91 $ 7.37 $ 9.83 $ 12.29 $ 14.74 $ 17.20

$ 0.070 $ 5.29 $ 7.94 $ 10.58 $ 13.23 $ 15.88 $ 18.52

$ 0.075 $ 5.67 $ 8.51 $ 11.34 $ 14.18 $ 17.01 $ 19.85

$ 0.080 $ 6.05 $ 9.07 $ 12.10 $ 15.12 $ 18.14 $ 21.17

$ 0.085 $ 6.43 $ 9.64 $ 12.85 $ 16.07 $ 19.28 $ 22.49

$ 0.090 $ 6.80 $ 10.21 $ 13.61 $ 17.01 $ 20.41 $ 23.81

$ 0.095 $ 7.18 $ 10.77 $ 14.36 $ 17.96 $ 21.55 $ 25.14

$ 0.100 $ 7.56 $ 11.34 $ 15.12 $ 18.90 $ 22.68 $ 26.46

$ 0.105 $ 7.94 $ 11.91 $ 15.88 $ 19.85 $ 23.81 $ 27.78

$ 0.110 $ 8.32 $ 12.47 $ 16.63 $ 20.79 $ 24.95 $ 29.11

$ 0.115 $ 8.69 $ 13.04 $ 17.39 $ 21.74 $ 26.08 $ 30.43

$ 0.120 $ 9.07 $ 13.61 $ 18.14 $ 22.68 $ 27.22 $ 31.75

$ 0.125 $ 9.45 $ 14.18 $ 18.90 $ 23.63 $ 28.35 $ 33.08

$ 0.130 $ 9.83 $ 14.74 $ 19.66 $ 24.57 $ 29.48 $ 34.40

$ 0.135 $ 10.21 $ 15.31 $ 20.41 $ 25.52 $ 30.62 $ 35.72

$ 0.140 $ 10.58 $ 15.88 $ 21.17 $ 26.46 $ 31.75 $ 37.04

Replacement of 60 Watt Incandescent

Hours On

CFL WattsPer Day234567

Fuel Cost Per Kwh

15$ 0.060 $ 8.88 $ 13.31 $ 17.75 $ 22.19 $ 26.63 $ 31.06

$ 0.065 $ 9.61 $ 14.42 $ 19.23 $ 24.04 $ 28.84 $ 33.65

$ 0.070 $ 10.35 $ 15.53 $ 20.71 $ 25.89 $ 31.06 $ 36.24

$ 0.075 $ 11.09 $ 16.64 $ 22.19 $ 27.73 $ 33.28 $ 38.83

$ 0.080 $ 11.83 $ 17.75 $ 23.67 $ 29.58 $ 35.50 $ 41.42

$ 0.085 $ 12.57 $ 18.86 $ 25.15 $ 31.43 $ 37.72 $ 44.01

$ 0.090 $ 13.31 $ 19.97 $ 26.63 $ 33.28 $ 39.94 $ 46.59

$ 0.095 $ 14.05 $ 21.08 $ 28.10 $ 35.13 $ 42.16 $ 49.18

$ 0.100 $ 14.79 $ 22.19 $ 29.58 $ 36.98 $ 44.38 $ 51.77

$ 0.105 $ 15.53 $ 23.30 $ 31.06 $ 38.83 $ 46.59 $ 54.36

$ 0.110 $ 16.27 $ 24.41 $ 32.54 $ 40.68 $ 48.81 $ 56.95

$ 0.115 $ 17.01 $ 25.52 $ 34.02 $ 42.53 $ 51.03 $ 59.54

$ 0.120 $ 17.75 $ 26.63 $ 35.50 $ 44.38 $ 53.25 $ 62.13

$ 0.125 $ 18.49 $ 27.73 $ 36.98 $ 46.22 $ 55.47 $ 64.71

$ 0.130 $ 19.23 $ 28.84 $ 38.46 $ 48.07 $ 57.69 $ 67.30

$ 0.135 $ 19.97 $ 29.95 $ 39.94 $ 49.92 $ 59.91 $ 69.89

$ 0.140 $ 20.71 $ 31.06 $ 41.42 $ 51.77 $ 62.13 $ 72.48

18$ 0.060 $ 8.28 $ 12.43 $ 16.57 $ 20.71 $ 24.85 $ 28.99

$ 0.065 $ 8.97 $ 13.46 $ 17.95 $ 22.43 $ 26.92 $ 31.41

$ 0.070 $ 9.66 $ 14.50 $ 19.33 $ 24.16 $ 28.99 $ 33.82

$ 0.075 $ 10.35 $ 15.53 $ 20.71 $ 25.89 $ 31.06 $ 36.24

$ 0.080 $ 11.04 $ 16.57 $ 22.09 $ 27.61 $ 33.13 $ 38.66

$ 0.085 $ 11.73 $ 17.60 $ 23.47 $ 29.34 $ 35.20 $ 41.07

$ 0.090 $ 12.43 $ 18.64 $ 24.85 $ 31.06 $ 37.28 $ 43.49

$ 0.095 $ 13.12 $ 19.67 $ 26.23 $ 32.79 $ 39.35 $ 45.90

$ 0.100 $ 13.81 $ 20.71 $ 27.61 $ 34.51 $ 41.42 $ 48.32

$ 0.105 $ 14.50 $ 21.74 $ 28.99 $ 36.24 $ 43.49 $ 50.74

$ 0.110 $ 15.19 $ 22.78 $ 30.37 $ 37.97 $ 45.56 $ 53.15

$ 0.115 $ 15.88 $ 23.81 $ 31.75 $ 39.69 $ 47.63 $ 55.57

$ 0.120 $ 16.57 $ 24.85 $ 33.13 $ 41.42 $ 49.70 $ 57.98

$ 0.125 $ 17.26 $ 25.89 $ 34.51 $ 43.14 $ 51.77 $ 60.40

$ 0.130 $ 17.95 $ 26.92 $ 35.89 $ 44.87 $ 53.84 $ 62.82

$ 0.135 $ 18.64 $ 27.96 $ 37.28 $ 46.59 $ 55.91 $ 65.23

$ 0.140 $ 19.33 $ 28.99 $ 38.66 $ 48.32 $ 57.98 $ 67.65

20$ 0.060 $ 7.89 $ 11.83 $ 15.78 $ 19.72 $ 23.67 $ 27.61

$ 0.065 $ 8.55 $ 12.82 $ 17.09 $ 21.37 $ 25.64 $ 29.91

$ 0.070 $ 9.20 $ 13.81 $ 18.41 $ 23.01 $ 27.61 $ 32.21

$ 0.075 $ 9.86 $ 14.79 $ 19.72 $ 24.65 $ 29.58 $ 34.51

$ 0.080 $ 10.52 $ 15.78 $ 21.04 $ 26.30 $ 31.56 $ 36.81

$ 0.085 $ 11.18 $ 16.76 $ 22.35 $ 27.94 $ 33.53 $ 39.12

$ 0.090 $ 11.83 $ 17.75 $ 23.67 $ 29.58 $ 35.50 $ 41.42

$ 0.095 $ 12.49 $ 18.74 $ 24.98 $ 31.23 $ 37.47 $ 43.72

$ 0.100 $ 13.15 $ 19.72 $ 26.30 $ 32.87 $ 39.44 $ 46.02

$ 0.105 $ 13.81 $ 20.71 $ 27.61 $ 34.51 $ 41.42 $ 48.32

$ 0.110 $ 14.46 $ 21.69 $ 28.93 $ 36.16 $ 43.39 $ 50.62

$ 0.115 $ 15.12 $ 22.68 $ 30.24 $ 37.80 $ 45.36 $ 52.92

$ 0.120 $ 15.78 $ 23.67 $ 31.56 $ 39.44 $ 47.33 $ 55.22

$ 0.125 $ 16.44 $ 24.65 $ 32.87 $ 41.09 $ 49.31 $ 57.52

$ 0.130 $ 17.09 $ 25.64 $ 34.19 $ 42.73 $ 51.28 $ 59.82

$ 0.135 $ 17.75 $ 26.63 $ 35.50 $ 44.38 $ 53.25 $ 62.13

$ 0.140 $ 18.41 $ 27.61 $ 36.81 $ 46.02 $ 55.22 $ 64.43

23$ 0.060 $ 7.30 $ 10.95 $ 14.59 $ 18.24 $ 21.89 $ 25.54

$ 0.065 $ 7.91 $ 11.86 $ 15.81 $ 19.76 $ 23.72 $ 27.67

$ 0.070 $ 8.51 $ 12.77 $ 17.03 $ 21.28 $ 25.54 $ 29.80

$ 0.075 $ 9.12 $ 13.68 $ 18.24 $ 22.80 $ 27.36 $ 31.93

$ 0.080 $ 9.73 $ 14.59 $ 19.46 $ 24.32 $ 29.19 $ 34.05

$ 0.085 $ 10.34 $ 15.51 $ 20.68 $ 25.84 $ 31.01 $ 36.18

$ 0.090 $ 10.95 $ 16.42 $ 21.89 $ 27.36 $ 32.84 $ 38.31

$ 0.095 $ 11.55 $ 17.33 $ 23.11 $ 28.88 $ 34.66 $ 40.44

$ 0.100 $ 12.16 $ 18.24 $ 24.32 $ 30.41 $ 36.49 $ 42.57

$ 0.105 $ 12.77 $ 19.16 $ 25.54 $ 31.93 $ 38.31 $ 44.70

$ 0.110 $ 13.38 $ 20.07 $ 26.76 $ 33.45 $ 40.13 $ 46.82

$ 0.115 $ 13.99 $ 20.98 $ 27.97 $ 34.97 $ 41.96 $ 48.95

$ 0.120 $ 14.59 $ 21.89 $ 29.19 $ 36.49 $ 43.78 $ 51.08

$ 0.125 $ 15.20 $ 22.80 $ 30.41 $ 38.01 $ 45.61 $ 53.21

$ 0.130 $ 15.81 $ 23.72 $ 31.62 $ 39.53 $ 47.43 $ 55.34

$ 0.135 $ 16.42 $ 24.63 $ 32.84 $ 41.05 $ 49.26 $ 57.47

$ 0.140 $ 17.03 $ 25.54 $ 34.05 $ 42.57 $ 51.08 $ 59.59

27$ 0.060 $ 6.51 $ 9.76 $ 13.02 $ 16.27 $ 19.53 $ 22.78

$ 0.065 $ 7.05 $ 10.58 $ 14.10 $ 17.63 $ 21.15 $ 24.68

$ 0.070 $ 7.59 $ 11.39 $ 15.19 $ 18.98 $ 22.78 $ 26.58

$ 0.075 $ 8.14 $ 12.20 $ 16.27 $ 20.34 $ 24.41 $ 28.47

$ 0.080 $ 8.68 $ 13.02 $ 17.36 $ 21.69 $ 26.03 $ 30.37

$ 0.085 $ 9.22 $ 13.83 $ 18.44 $ 23.05 $ 27.66 $ 32.27

$ 0.090 $ 9.76 $ 14.64 $ 19.53 $ 24.41 $ 29.29 $ 34.17

$ 0.095 $ 10.30 $ 15.46 $ 20.61 $ 25.76 $ 30.91 $ 36.07

$ 0.100 $ 10.85 $ 16.27 $ 21.69 $ 27.12 $ 32.54 $ 37.97

$ 0.105 $ 11.39 $ 17.08 $ 22.78 $ 28.47 $ 34.17 $ 39.86

$ 0.110 $ 11.93 $ 17.90 $ 23.86 $ 29.83 $ 35.80 $ 41.76

$ 0.115 $ 12.47 $ 18.71 $ 24.95 $ 31.19 $ 37.42 $ 43.66

$ 0.120 $ 13.02 $ 19.53 $ 26.03 $ 32.54 $ 39.05 $ 45.56

$ 0.125 $ 13.56 $ 20.34 $ 27.12 $ 33.90 $ 40.68 $ 47.46

$ 0.130 $ 14.10 $ 21.15 $ 28.20 $ 35.25 $ 42.30 $ 49.35

$ 0.135 $ 14.64 $ 21.97 $ 29.29 $ 36.61 $ 43.93 $ 51.25

$ 0.140 $ 15.19 $ 22.78 $ 30.37 $ 37.97 $ 45.56 $ 53.15

Replacement of 75 Watt Incandescent

Hours On

CFL WattsPer Day234567

Fuel Cost Per Kwh

15$ 0.060 $ 11.83 $ 17.75 $ 23.67 $ 29.58 $ 35.50 $ 41.42

$ 0.065 $ 12.82 $ 19.23 $ 25.64 $ 32.05 $ 38.46 $ 44.87

$ 0.070 $ 13.81 $ 20.71 $ 27.61 $ 34.51 $ 41.42 $ 48.32

$ 0.075 $ 14.79 $ 22.19 $ 29.58 $ 36.98 $ 44.38 $ 51.77

$ 0.080 $ 15.78 $ 23.67 $ 31.56 $ 39.44 $ 47.33 $ 55.22

$ 0.085 $ 16.76 $ 25.15 $ 33.53 $ 41.91 $ 50.29 $ 58.67

$ 0.090 $ 17.75 $ 26.63 $ 35.50 $ 44.38 $ 53.25 $ 62.13

$ 0.095 $ 18.74 $ 28.10 $ 37.47 $ 46.84 $ 56.21 $ 65.58

$ 0.100 $ 19.72 $ 29.58 $ 39.44 $ 49.31 $ 59.17 $ 69.03

$ 0.105 $ 20.71 $ 31.06 $ 41.42 $ 51.77 $ 62.13 $ 72.48

$ 0.110 $ 21.69 $ 32.54 $ 43.39 $ 54.24 $ 65.08 $ 75.93

$ 0.115 $ 22.68 $ 34.02 $ 45.36 $ 56.70 $ 68.04 $ 79.38

$ 0.120 $ 23.67 $ 35.50 $ 47.33 $ 59.17 $ 71.00 $ 82.83

$ 0.125 $ 24.65 $ 36.98 $ 49.31 $ 61.63 $ 73.96 $ 86.28

$ 0.130 $ 25.64 $ 38.46 $ 51.28 $ 64.10 $ 76.92 $ 89.74

$ 0.135 $ 26.63 $ 39.94 $ 53.25 $ 66.56 $ 79.88 $ 93.19

$ 0.140 $ 27.61 $ 41.42 $ 55.22 $ 69.03 $ 82.83 $ 96.64

18$ 0.060 $ 11.24 $ 16.86 $ 22.48 $ 28.10 $ 33.73 $ 39.35

$ 0.065 $ 12.18 $ 18.27 $ 24.36 $ 30.45 $ 36.54 $ 42.62

$ 0.070 $ 13.12 $ 19.67 $ 26.23 $ 32.79 $ 39.35 $ 45.90

$ 0.075 $ 14.05 $ 21.08 $ 28.10 $ 35.13 $ 42.16 $ 49.18

$ 0.080 $ 14.99 $ 22.48 $ 29.98 $ 37.47 $ 44.97 $ 52.46

$ 0.085 $ 15.93 $ 23.89 $ 31.85 $ 39.81 $ 47.78 $ 55.74

$ 0.090 $ 16.86 $ 25.29 $ 33.73 $ 42.16 $ 50.59 $ 59.02

$ 0.095 $ 17.80 $ 26.70 $ 35.60 $ 44.50 $ 53.40 $ 62.30

$ 0.100 $ 18.74 $ 28.10 $ 37.47 $ 46.84 $ 56.21 $ 65.58

$ 0.105 $ 19.67 $ 29.51 $ 39.35 $ 49.18 $ 59.02 $ 68.86

$ 0.110 $ 20.61 $ 30.91 $ 41.22 $ 51.52 $ 61.83 $ 72.13

$ 0.115 $ 21.55 $ 32.32 $ 43.09 $ 53.87 $ 64.64 $ 75.41

$ 0.120 $ 22.48 $ 33.73 $ 44.97 $ 56.21 $ 67.45 $ 78.69

$ 0.125 $ 23.42 $ 35.13 $ 46.84 $ 58.55 $ 70.26 $ 81.97

$ 0.130 $ 24.36 $ 36.54 $ 48.71 $ 60.89 $ 73.07 $ 85.25

$ 0.135 $ 25.29 $ 37.94 $ 50.59 $ 63.23 $ 75.88 $ 88.53

$ 0.140 $ 26.23 $ 39.35 $ 52.46 $ 65.58 $ 78.69 $ 91.81

20$ 0.060 $ 10.85 $ 16.27 $ 21.69 $ 27.12 $ 32.54 $ 37.97

$ 0.065 $ 11.75 $ 17.63 $ 23.50 $ 29.38 $ 35.25 $ 41.13

$ 0.070 $ 12.66 $ 18.98 $ 25.31 $ 31.64 $ 37.97 $ 44.29

$ 0.075 $ 13.56 $ 20.34 $ 27.12 $ 33.90 $ 40.68 $ 47.46

$ 0.080 $ 14.46 $ 21.69 $ 28.93 $ 36.16 $ 43.39 $ 50.62

$ 0.085 $ 15.37 $ 23.05 $ 30.73 $ 38.42 $ 46.10 $ 53.78

$ 0.090 $ 16.27 $ 24.41 $ 32.54 $ 40.68 $ 48.81 $ 56.95

$ 0.095 $ 17.17 $ 25.76 $ 34.35 $ 42.94 $ 51.52 $ 60.11

$ 0.100 $ 18.08 $ 27.12 $ 36.16 $ 45.20 $ 54.24 $ 63.28

$ 0.105 $ 18.98 $ 28.47 $ 37.97 $ 47.46 $ 56.95 $ 66.44

$ 0.110 $ 19.89 $ 29.83 $ 39.77 $ 49.72 $ 59.66 $ 69.60

$ 0.115 $ 20.79 $ 31.19 $ 41.58 $ 51.98 $ 62.37 $ 72.77

$ 0.120 $ 21.69 $ 32.54 $ 43.39 $ 54.24 $ 65.08 $ 75.93

$ 0.125 $ 22.60 $ 33.90 $ 45.20 $ 56.50 $ 67.80 $ 79.09

$ 0.130 $ 23.50 $ 35.25 $ 47.00 $ 58.76 $ 70.51 $ 82.26

$ 0.135 $ 24.41 $ 36.61 $ 48.81 $ 61.02 $ 73.22 $ 85.42

$ 0.140 $ 25.31 $ 37.97 $ 50.62 $ 63.28 $ 75.93 $ 88.59

23$ 0.060 $ 10.26 $ 15.38 $ 20.51 $ 25.64 $ 30.77 $ 35.89

$ 0.065 $ 11.11 $ 16.67 $ 22.22 $ 27.78 $ 33.33 $ 38.89

$ 0.070 $ 11.96 $ 17.95 $ 23.93 $ 29.91 $ 35.89 $ 41.88

$ 0.075 $ 12.82 $ 19.23 $ 25.64 $ 32.05 $ 38.46 $ 44.87

$ 0.080 $ 13.67 $ 20.51 $ 27.35 $ 34.19 $ 41.02 $ 47.86

$ 0.085 $ 14.53 $ 21.79 $ 29.06 $ 36.32 $ 43.59 $ 50.85

$ 0.090 $ 15.38 $ 23.08 $ 30.77 $ 38.46 $ 46.15 $ 53.84

$ 0.095 $ 16.24 $ 24.36 $ 32.48 $ 40.59 $ 48.71 $ 56.83

$ 0.100 $ 17.09 $ 25.64 $ 34.19 $ 42.73 $ 51.28 $ 59.82

$ 0.105 $ 17.95 $ 26.92 $ 35.89 $ 44.87 $ 53.84 $ 62.82

$ 0.110 $ 18.80 $ 28.20 $ 37.60 $ 47.00 $ 56.41 $ 65.81

$ 0.115 $ 19.66 $ 29.48 $ 39.31 $ 49.14 $ 58.97 $ 68.80

$ 0.120 $ 20.51 $ 30.77 $ 41.02 $ 51.28 $ 61.53 $ 71.79

$ 0.125 $ 21.37 $ 32.05 $ 42.73 $ 53.41 $ 64.10 $ 74.78

$ 0.130 $ 22.22 $ 33.33 $ 44.44 $ 55.55 $ 66.66 $ 77.77

$ 0.135 $ 23.08 $ 34.61 $ 46.15 $ 57.69 $ 69.23 $ 80.76

$ 0.140 $ 23.93 $ 35.89 $ 47.86 $ 59.82 $ 71.79 $ 83.75

27$ 0.060 $ 9.47 $ 14.20 $ 18.93 $ 23.67 $ 28.40 $ 33.13

$ 0.065 $ 10.26 $ 15.38 $ 20.51 $ 25.64 $ 30.77 $ 35.89

$ 0.070 $ 11.04 $ 16.57 $ 22.09 $ 27.61 $ 33.13 $ 38.66

$ 0.075 $ 11.83 $ 17.75 $ 23.67 $ 29.58 $ 35.50 $ 41.42

$ 0.080 $ 12.62 $ 18.93 $ 25.24 $ 31.56 $ 37.87 $ 44.18

$ 0.085 $ 13.41 $ 20.12 $ 26.82 $ 33.53 $ 40.23 $ 46.94

$ 0.090 $ 14.20 $ 21.30 $ 28.40 $ 35.50 $ 42.60 $ 49.70

$ 0.095 $ 14.99 $ 22.48 $ 29.98 $ 37.47 $ 44.97 $ 52.46

$ 0.100 $ 15.78 $ 23.67 $ 31.56 $ 39.44 $ 47.33 $ 55.22

$ 0.105 $ 16.57 $ 24.85 $ 33.13 $ 41.42 $ 49.70 $ 57.98

$ 0.110 $ 17.36 $ 26.03 $ 34.71 $ 43.39 $ 52.07 $ 60.74

$ 0.115 $ 18.14 $ 27.22 $ 36.29 $ 45.36 $ 54.43 $ 63.51

$ 0.120 $ 18.93 $ 28.40 $ 37.87 $ 47.33 $ 56.80 $ 66.27

$ 0.125 $ 19.72 $ 29.58 $ 39.44 $ 49.31 $ 59.17 $ 69.03

$ 0.130 $ 20.51 $ 30.77 $ 41.02 $ 51.28 $ 61.53 $ 71.79

$ 0.135 $ 21.30 $ 31.95 $ 42.60 $ 53.25 $ 63.90 $ 74.55

$ 0.140 $ 22.09 $ 33.13 $ 44.18 $ 55.22 $ 66.27 $ 77.31

Replacement of 90 Watt Incandescent

Hours On

CFL WattsPer Day234567

Fuel Cost per Kwh

15$ 0.060 $ 14.79 $ 22.19 $ 29.58 $ 36.98 $ 44.38 $ 51.77

$ 0.065 $ 16.02 $ 24.04 $ 32.05 $ 40.06 $ 48.07 $ 56.09

$ 0.070 $ 17.26 $ 25.89 $ 34.51 $ 43.14 $ 51.77 $ 60.40

$ 0.075 $ 18.49 $ 27.73 $ 36.98 $ 46.22 $ 55.47 $ 64.71

$ 0.080 $ 19.72 $ 29.58 $ 39.44 $ 49.31 $ 59.17 $ 69.03

$ 0.085 $ 20.95 $ 31.43 $ 41.91 $ 52.39 $ 62.86 $ 73.34

$ 0.090 $ 22.19 $ 33.28 $ 44.38 $ 55.47 $ 66.56 $ 77.66

$ 0.095 $ 23.42 $ 35.13 $ 46.84 $ 58.55 $ 70.26 $ 81.97

$ 0.100 $ 24.65 $ 36.98 $ 49.31 $ 61.63 $ 73.96 $ 86.28

$ 0.105 $ 25.89 $ 38.83 $ 51.77 $ 64.71 $ 77.66 $ 90.60

$ 0.110 $ 27.12 $ 40.68 $ 54.24 $ 67.80 $ 81.35 $ 94.91

$ 0.115 $ 28.35 $ 42.53 $ 56.70 $ 70.88 $ 85.05 $ 99.23

$ 0.120 $ 29.58 $ 44.38 $ 59.17 $ 73.96 $ 88.75 $ 103.54

$ 0.125 $ 30.82 $ 46.22 $ 61.63 $ 77.04 $ 92.45 $ 107.86

$ 0.130 $ 32.05 $ 48.07 $ 64.10 $ 80.12 $ 96.15 $ 112.17

$ 0.135 $ 33.28 $ 49.92 $ 66.56 $ 83.20 $ 99.84 $ 116.48

$ 0.140 $ 34.51 $ 51.77 $ 69.03 $ 86.28 $ 103.54 $ 120.80

18$ 0.060 $ 14.20 $ 21.30 $ 28.40 $ 35.50 $ 42.60 $ 49.70

$ 0.065 $ 15.38 $ 23.08 $ 30.77 $ 38.46 $ 46.15 $ 53.84

$ 0.070 $ 16.57 $ 24.85 $ 33.13 $ 41.42 $ 49.70 $ 57.98

$ 0.075 $ 17.75 $ 26.63 $ 35.50 $ 44.38 $ 53.25 $ 62.13

$ 0.080 $ 18.93 $ 28.40 $ 37.87 $ 47.33 $ 56.80 $ 66.27

$ 0.085 $ 20.12 $ 30.18 $ 40.23 $ 50.29 $ 60.35 $ 70.41

$ 0.090 $ 21.30 $ 31.95 $ 42.60 $ 53.25 $ 63.90 $ 74.55

$ 0.095 $ 22.48 $ 33.73 $ 44.97 $ 56.21 $ 67.45 $ 78.69

$ 0.100 $ 23.67 $ 35.50 $ 47.33 $ 59.17 $ 71.00 $ 82.83

$ 0.105 $ 24.85 $ 37.28 $ 49.70 $ 62.13 $ 74.55 $ 86.98

$ 0.110 $ 26.03 $ 39.05 $ 52.07 $ 65.08 $ 78.10 $ 91.12

$ 0.115 $ 27.22 $ 40.83 $ 54.43 $ 68.04 $ 81.65 $ 95.26

$ 0.120 $ 28.40 $ 42.60 $ 56.80 $ 71.00 $ 85.20 $ 99.40

$ 0.125 $ 29.58 $ 44.38 $ 59.17 $ 73.96 $ 88.75 $ 103.54

$ 0.130 $ 30.77 $ 46.15 $ 61.53 $ 76.92 $ 92.30 $ 107.68

$ 0.135 $ 31.95 $ 47.93 $ 63.90 $ 79.88 $ 95.85 $ 111.83

$ 0.140 $ 33.13 $ 49.70 $ 66.27 $ 82.83 $ 99.40 $ 115.97

20$ 0.060 $ 13.81 $ 20.71 $ 27.61 $ 34.51 $ 41.42 $ 48.32

$ 0.065 $ 14.96 $ 22.43 $ 29.91 $ 37.39 $ 44.87 $ 52.35

$ 0.070 $ 16.11 $ 24.16 $ 32.21 $ 40.27 $ 48.32 $ 56.37

$ 0.075 $ 17.26 $ 25.89 $ 34.51 $ 43.14 $ 51.77 $ 60.40

$ 0.080 $ 18.41 $ 27.61 $ 36.81 $ 46.02 $ 55.22 $ 64.43

$ 0.085 $ 19.56 $ 29.34 $ 39.12 $ 48.89 $ 58.67 $ 68.45

$ 0.090 $ 20.71 $ 31.06 $ 41.42 $ 51.77 $ 62.13 $ 72.48

$ 0.095 $ 21.86 $ 32.79 $ 43.72 $ 54.65 $ 65.58 $ 76.51

$ 0.100 $ 23.01 $ 34.51 $ 46.02 $ 57.52 $ 69.03 $ 80.53

$ 0.105 $ 24.16 $ 36.24 $ 48.32 $ 60.40 $ 72.48 $ 84.56

$ 0.110 $ 25.31 $ 37.97 $ 50.62 $ 63.28 $ 75.93 $ 88.59

$ 0.115 $ 26.46 $ 39.69 $ 52.92 $ 66.15 $ 79.38 $ 92.61

$ 0.120 $ 27.61 $ 41.42 $ 55.22 $ 69.03 $ 82.83 $ 96.64

$ 0.125 $ 28.76 $ 43.14 $ 57.52 $ 71.90 $ 86.28 $ 100.67

$ 0.130 $ 29.91 $ 44.87 $ 59.82 $ 74.78 $ 89.74 $ 104.69

$ 0.135 $ 31.06 $ 46.59 $ 62.13 $ 77.66 $ 93.19 $ 108.72

$ 0.140 $ 32.21 $ 48.32 $ 64.43 $ 80.53 $ 96.64 $ 112.75

23$ 0.060 $ 13.21 $ 19.82 $ 26.43 $ 33.03 $ 39.64 $ 46.25

$ 0.065 $ 14.32 $ 21.47 $ 28.63 $ 35.79 $ 42.95 $ 50.10

$ 0.070 $ 15.42 $ 23.12 $ 30.83 $ 38.54 $ 46.25 $ 53.96

$ 0.075 $ 16.52 $ 24.78 $ 33.03 $ 41.29 $ 49.55 $ 57.81

$ 0.080 $ 17.62 $ 26.43 $ 35.24 $ 44.05 $ 52.86 $ 61.66

$ 0.085 $ 18.72 $ 28.08 $ 37.44 $ 46.80 $ 56.16 $ 65.52

$ 0.090 $ 19.82 $ 29.73 $ 39.64 $ 49.55 $ 59.46 $ 69.37

$ 0.095 $ 20.92 $ 31.38 $ 41.84 $ 52.31 $ 62.77 $ 73.23

$ 0.100 $ 22.02 $ 33.03 $ 44.05 $ 55.06 $ 66.07 $ 77.08

$ 0.105 $ 23.12 $ 34.69 $ 46.25 $ 57.81 $ 69.37 $ 80.94

$ 0.110 $ 24.23 $ 36.34 $ 48.45 $ 60.56 $ 72.68 $ 84.79

$ 0.115 $ 25.33 $ 37.99 $ 50.65 $ 63.32 $ 75.98 $ 88.64

$ 0.120 $ 26.43 $ 39.64 $ 52.86 $ 66.07 $ 79.28 $ 92.50

$ 0.125 $ 27.53 $ 41.29 $ 55.06 $ 68.82 $ 82.59 $ 96.35

$ 0.130 $ 28.63 $ 42.95 $ 57.26 $ 71.58 $ 85.89 $ 100.21

$ 0.135 $ 29.73 $ 44.60 $ 59.46 $ 74.33 $ 89.19 $ 104.06

$ 0.140 $ 30.83 $ 46.25 $ 61.66 $ 77.08 $ 92.50 $ 107.91

27$ 0.060 $ 12.43 $ 18.64 $ 24.85 $ 31.06 $ 37.28 $ 43.49

$ 0.065 $ 10.26 $ 15.38 $ 20.51 $ 25.64 $ 30.77 $ 35.89

$ 0.070 $ 11.04 $ 16.57 $ 22.09 $ 27.61 $ 33.13 $ 38.66

$ 0.075 $ 11.83 $ 17.75 $ 23.67 $ 29.58 $ 35.50 $ 41.42

$ 0.080 $ 12.62 $ 18.93 $ 25.24 $ 31.56 $ 37.87 $ 44.18

$ 0.085 $ 13.41 $ 20.12 $ 26.82 $ 33.53 $ 40.23 $ 46.94

$ 0.090 $ 14.20 $ 21.30 $ 28.40 $ 35.50 $ 42.60 $ 49.70

$ 0.095 $ 14.99 $ 22.48 $ 29.98 $ 37.47 $ 44.97 $ 52.46

$ 0.100 $ 15.78 $ 23.67 $ 31.56 $ 39.44 $ 47.33 $ 55.22

$ 0.105 $ 16.57 $ 24.85 $ 33.13 $ 41.42 $ 49.70 $ 57.98

$ 0.110 $ 17.36 $ 26.03 $ 34.71 $ 43.39 $ 52.07 $ 60.74

$ 0.115 $ 18.14 $ 27.22 $ 36.29 $ 45.36 $ 54.43 $ 63.51

$ 0.120 $ 18.93 $ 28.40 $ 37.87 $ 47.33 $ 56.80 $ 66.27

$ 0.125 $ 19.72 $ 29.58 $ 39.44 $ 49.31 $ 59.17 $ 69.03

$ 0.130 $ 20.51 $ 30.77 $ 41.02 $ 51.28 $ 61.53 $ 71.79

$ 0.135 $ 21.30 $ 31.95 $ 42.60 $ 53.25 $ 63.90 $ 74.55

$ 0.140 $ 22.09 $ 33.13 $ 44.18 $ 55.22 $ 66.27 $ 77.31

Replacement of 100 Watt Incandescent

Hours On

CFL WattsPer Day234567

Fuel Cost per Kwh

15$ 0.060 $ 16.76 $ 25.15 $ 33.53 $ 41.91 $ 50.29 $ 58.67

$ 0.065 $ 18.16 $ 27.24 $ 36.32 $ 45.40 $ 54.48 $ 63.56

$ 0.070 $ 19.56 $ 29.34 $ 39.12 $ 48.89 $ 58.67 $ 68.45

$ 0.075 $ 20.95 $ 31.43 $ 41.91 $ 52.39 $ 62.86 $ 73.34

$ 0.080 $ 22.35 $ 33.53 $ 44.70 $ 55.88 $ 67.06 $ 78.23

$ 0.085 $ 23.75 $ 35.62 $ 47.50 $ 59.37 $ 71.25 $ 83.12

$ 0.090 $ 25.15 $ 37.72 $ 50.29 $ 62.86 $ 75.44 $ 88.01

$ 0.095 $ 26.54 $ 39.81 $ 53.09 $ 66.36 $ 79.63 $ 92.90

$ 0.100 $ 27.94 $ 41.91 $ 55.88 $ 69.85 $ 83.82 $ 97.79

$ 0.105 $ 29.34 $ 44.01 $ 58.67 $ 73.34 $ 88.01 $ 102.68

$ 0.110 $ 30.73 $ 46.10 $ 61.47 $ 76.83 $ 92.20 $ 107.57

$ 0.115 $ 32.13 $ 48.20 $ 64.26 $ 80.33 $ 96.39 $ 112.46

$ 0.120 $ 33.53 $ 50.29 $ 67.06 $ 83.82 $ 100.58 $ 117.35

$ 0.125 $ 34.92 $ 52.39 $ 69.85 $ 87.31 $ 104.77 $ 122.24

$ 0.130 $ 36.32 $ 54.48 $ 72.64 $ 90.80 $ 108.97 $ 127.13

$ 0.135 $ 37.72 $ 56.58 $ 75.44 $ 94.30 $ 113.16 $ 132.02

$ 0.140 $ 39.12 $ 58.67 $ 78.23 $ 97.79 $ 117.35 $ 136.91

18$ 0.060 $ 16.17 $ 24.26 $ 32.34 $ 40.43 $ 48.52 $ 56.60

$ 0.065 $ 17.52 $ 26.28 $ 35.04 $ 43.80 $ 52.56 $ 61.32

$ 0.070 $ 18.87 $ 28.30 $ 37.74 $ 47.17 $ 56.60 $ 66.04

$ 0.075 $ 20.22 $ 30.32 $ 40.43 $ 50.54 $ 60.65 $ 70.75

$ 0.080 $ 21.56 $ 32.34 $ 43.13 $ 53.91 $ 64.69 $ 75.47

$ 0.085 $ 22.91 $ 34.37 $ 45.82 $ 57.28 $ 68.73 $ 80.19

$ 0.090 $ 24.26 $ 36.39 $ 48.52 $ 60.65 $ 72.78 $ 84.90

$ 0.095 $ 25.61 $ 38.41 $ 51.21 $ 64.02 $ 76.82 $ 89.62

$ 0.100 $ 26.95 $ 40.43 $ 53.91 $ 67.38 $ 80.86 $ 94.34

$ 0.105 $ 28.30 $ 42.45 $ 56.60 $ 70.75 $ 84.90 $ 99.06

$ 0.110 $ 29.65 $ 44.47 $ 59.30 $ 74.12 $ 88.95 $ 103.77

$ 0.115 $ 31.00 $ 46.50 $ 61.99 $ 77.49 $ 92.99 $ 108.49

$ 0.120 $ 32.34 $ 48.52 $ 64.69 $ 80.86 $ 97.03 $ 113.21

$ 0.125 $ 33.69 $ 50.54 $ 67.38 $ 84.23 $ 101.08 $ 117.92

$ 0.130 $ 35.04 $ 52.56 $ 70.08 $ 87.60 $ 105.12 $ 122.64

$ 0.135 $ 36.39 $ 54.58 $ 72.78 $ 90.97 $ 109.16 $ 127.36

$ 0.140 $ 37.74 $ 56.60 $ 75.47 $ 94.34 $ 113.21 $ 132.07

20$ 0.060 $ 15.78 $ 23.67 $ 31.56 $ 39.44 $ 47.33 $ 55.22

$ 0.065 $ 17.09 $ 25.64 $ 34.19 $ 42.73 $ 51.28 $ 59.82

$ 0.070 $ 18.41 $ 27.61 $ 36.81 $ 46.02 $ 55.22 $ 64.43

$ 0.075 $ 19.72 $ 29.58 $ 39.44 $ 49.31 $ 59.17 $ 69.03

$ 0.080 $ 21.04 $ 31.56 $ 42.07 $ 52.59 $ 63.11 $ 73.63

$ 0.085 $ 22.35 $ 33.53 $ 44.70 $ 55.88 $ 67.06 $ 78.23

$ 0.090 $ 23.67 $ 35.50 $ 47.33 $ 59.17 $ 71.00 $ 82.83

$ 0.095 $ 24.98 $ 37.47 $ 49.96 $ 62.45 $ 74.94 $ 87.44

$ 0.100 $ 26.30 $ 39.44 $ 52.59 $ 65.74 $ 78.89 $ 92.04

$ 0.105 $ 27.61 $ 41.42 $ 55.22 $ 69.03 $ 82.83 $ 96.64

$ 0.110 $ 28.93 $ 43.39 $ 57.85 $ 72.31 $ 86.78 $ 101.24

$ 0.115 $ 30.24 $ 45.36 $ 60.48 $ 75.60 $ 90.72 $ 105.84

$ 0.120 $ 31.56 $ 47.33 $ 63.11 $ 78.89 $ 94.67 $ 110.44

$ 0.125 $ 32.87 $ 49.31 $ 65.74 $ 82.18 $ 98.61 $ 115.05

$ 0.130 $ 34.19 $ 51.28 $ 68.37 $ 85.46 $ 102.56 $ 119.65

$ 0.135 $ 35.50 $ 53.25 $ 71.00 $ 88.75 $ 106.50 $ 124.25

$ 0.140 $ 36.81 $ 55.22 $ 73.63 $ 92.04 $ 110.44 $ 128.85

23$ 0.060 $ 15.19 $ 22.78 $ 30.37 $ 37.97 $ 45.56 $ 53.15

$ 0.065 $ 16.45 $ 24.68 $ 32.90 $ 41.13 $ 49.35 $ 57.58

$ 0.070 $ 17.72 $ 26.58 $ 35.43 $ 44.29 $ 53.15 $ 62.01

$ 0.075 $ 18.98 $ 28.47 $ 37.97 $ 47.46 $ 56.95 $ 66.44

$ 0.080 $ 20.25 $ 30.37 $ 40.50 $ 50.62 $ 60.74 $ 70.87

$ 0.085 $ 21.51 $ 32.27 $ 43.03 $ 53.78 $ 64.54 $ 75.30

$ 0.090 $ 22.78 $ 34.17 $ 45.56 $ 56.95 $ 68.34 $ 79.73

$ 0.095 $ 24.04 $ 36.07 $ 48.09 $ 60.11 $ 72.13 $ 84.16

$ 0.100 $ 25.31 $ 37.97 $ 50.62 $ 63.28 $ 75.93 $ 88.59

$ 0.105 $ 26.58 $ 39.86 $ 53.15 $ 66.44 $ 79.73 $ 93.02

$ 0.110 $ 27.84 $ 41.76 $ 55.68 $ 69.60 $ 83.52 $ 97.44

$ 0.115 $ 29.11 $ 43.66 $ 58.21 $ 72.77 $ 87.32 $ 101.87

$ 0.120 $ 30.37 $ 45.56 $ 60.74 $ 75.93 $ 91.12 $ 106.30

$ 0.125 $ 31.64 $ 47.46 $ 63.28 $ 79.09 $ 94.91 $ 110.73

$ 0.130 $ 32.90 $ 49.35 $ 65.81 $ 82.26 $ 98.71 $ 115.16

$ 0.135 $ 34.17 $ 51.25 $ 68.34 $ 85.42 $ 102.51 $ 119.59

$ 0.140 $ 35.43 $ 53.15 $ 70.87 $ 88.59 $ 106.30 $ 124.02

27$ 0.060 $ 14.40 $ 21.60 $ 28.79 $ 35.99 $ 43.19 $ 50.39

$ 0.065 $ 15.60 $ 23.40 $ 31.19 $ 38.99 $ 46.79 $ 54.59

$ 0.070 $ 16.80 $ 25.20 $ 33.59 $ 41.99 $ 50.39 $ 58.79

$ 0.075 $ 18.00 $ 26.99 $ 35.99 $ 44.99 $ 53.99 $ 62.99

$ 0.080 $ 19.20 $ 28.79 $ 38.39 $ 47.99 $ 57.59 $ 67.19

$ 0.085 $ 20.40 $ 30.59 $ 40.79 $ 50.99 $ 61.19 $ 71.39

$ 0.090 $ 21.60 $ 32.39 $ 43.19 $ 53.99 $ 64.79 $ 75.59

$ 0.095 $ 22.80 $ 34.19 $ 45.59 $ 56.99 $ 68.39 $ 79.78

$ 0.100 $ 24.00 $ 35.99 $ 47.99 $ 59.99 $ 71.99 $ 83.98

$ 0.105 $ 25.20 $ 37.79 $ 50.39 $ 62.99 $ 75.59 $ 88.18

$ 0.110 $ 26.39 $ 39.59 $ 52.79 $ 65.99 $ 79.18 $ 92.38

$ 0.115 $ 27.59 $ 41.39 $ 55.19 $ 68.99 $ 82.78 $ 96.58

$ 0.120 $ 28.79 $ 43.19 $ 57.59 $ 71.99 $ 86.38 $ 100.78

$ 0.125 $ 29.99 $ 44.99 $ 59.99 $ 74.99 $ 89.98 $ 104.98

$ 0.130 $ 31.19 $ 46.79 $ 62.39 $ 77.99 $ 93.58 $ 109.18

$ 0.135 $ 32.39 $ 48.59 $ 64.79 $ 80.98 $ 97.18 $ 113.38

$ 0.140 $ 33.59 $ 50.39 $ 67.19 $ 83.98 $ 100.78 $ 117.58

Replacement of 150 Watt Incandescent

Hours On

CFL WattsPer Day234567

Fuel Cost Per Kwh

15$ 0.060 $ 26.63 $ 39.94 $ 53.25 $ 66.56 $ 79.88 $ 93.19

$ 0.065 $ 28.84 $ 43.27 $ 57.69 $ 72.11 $ 86.53 $ 100.95

$ 0.070 $ 31.06 $ 46.59 $ 62.13 $ 77.66 $ 93.19 $ 108.72

$ 0.075 $ 33.28 $ 49.92 $ 66.56 $ 83.20 $ 99.84 $ 116.48

$ 0.080 $ 35.50 $ 53.25 $ 71.00 $ 88.75 $ 106.50 $ 124.25

$ 0.085 $ 37.72 $ 56.58 $ 75.44 $ 94.30 $ 113.16 $ 132.02

$ 0.090 $ 39.94 $ 59.91 $ 79.88 $ 99.84 $ 119.81 $ 139.78

$ 0.095 $ 42.16 $ 63.23 $ 84.31 $ 105.39 $ 126.47 $ 147.55

$ 0.100 $ 44.38 $ 66.56 $ 88.75 $ 110.94 $ 133.13 $ 155.31

$ 0.105 $ 46.59 $ 69.89 $ 93.19 $ 116.48 $ 139.78 $ 163.08

$ 0.110 $ 48.81 $ 73.22 $ 97.63 $ 122.03 $ 146.44 $ 170.84

$ 0.115 $ 51.03 $ 76.55 $ 102.06 $ 127.58 $ 153.09 $ 178.61

$ 0.120 $ 53.25 $ 79.88 $ 106.50 $ 133.13 $ 159.75 $ 186.38

$ 0.125 $ 55.47 $ 83.20 $ 110.94 $ 138.67 $ 166.41 $ 194.14

$ 0.130 $ 57.69 $ 86.53 $ 115.38 $ 144.22 $ 173.06 $ 201.91

$ 0.135 $ 59.91 $ 89.86 $ 119.81 $ 149.77 $ 179.72 $ 209.67

$ 0.140 $ 62.13 $ 93.19 $ 124.25 $ 155.31 $ 186.38 $ 217.44

18$ 0.060 $ 26.03 $ 39.05 $ 52.07 $ 65.08 $ 78.10 $ 91.12

$ 0.065 $ 28.20 $ 42.30 $ 56.41 $ 70.51 $ 84.61 $ 98.71

$ 0.070 $ 30.37 $ 45.56 $ 60.74 $ 75.93 $ 91.12 $ 106.30

$ 0.075 $ 32.54 $ 48.81 $ 65.08 $ 81.35 $ 97.63 $ 113.90

$ 0.080 $ 34.71 $ 52.07 $ 69.42 $ 86.78 $ 104.13 $ 121.49

$ 0.085 $ 36.88 $ 55.32 $ 73.76 $ 92.20 $ 110.64 $ 129.08

$ 0.090 $ 39.05 $ 58.58 $ 78.10 $ 97.63 $ 117.15 $ 136.68

$ 0.095 $ 41.22 $ 61.83 $ 82.44 $ 103.05 $ 123.66 $ 144.27

$ 0.100 $ 43.39 $ 65.08 $ 86.78 $ 108.47 $ 130.17 $ 151.86

$ 0.105 $ 45.56 $ 68.34 $ 91.12 $ 113.90 $ 136.68 $ 159.45

$ 0.110 $ 47.73 $ 71.59 $ 95.46 $ 119.32 $ 143.18 $ 167.05

$ 0.115 $ 49.90 $ 74.85 $ 99.79 $ 124.74 $ 149.69 $ 174.64

$ 0.120 $ 52.07 $ 78.10 $ 104.13 $ 130.17 $ 156.20 $ 182.23

$ 0.125 $ 54.24 $ 81.35 $ 108.47 $ 135.59 $ 162.71 $ 189.83

$ 0.130 $ 56.41 $ 84.61 $ 112.81 $ 141.01 $ 169.22 $ 197.42

$ 0.135 $ 58.58 $ 87.86 $ 117.15 $ 146.44 $ 175.73 $ 205.01

$ 0.140 $ 60.74 $ 91.12 $ 121.49 $ 151.86 $ 182.23 $ 212.61

20$ 0.060 $ 25.64 $ 38.46 $ 51.28 $ 64.10 $ 76.92 $ 89.74

$ 0.065 $ 27.78 $ 41.66 $ 55.55 $ 69.44 $ 83.33 $ 97.21

$ 0.070 $ 29.91 $ 44.87 $ 59.82 $ 74.78 $ 89.74 $ 104.69

$ 0.075 $ 32.05 $ 48.07 $ 64.10 $ 80.12 $ 96.15 $ 112.17

$ 0.080 $ 34.19 $ 51.28 $ 68.37 $ 85.46 $ 102.56 $ 119.65

$ 0.085 $ 36.32 $ 54.48 $ 72.64 $ 90.80 $ 108.97 $ 127.13

$ 0.090 $ 38.46 $ 57.69 $ 76.92 $ 96.15 $ 115.38 $ 134.60

$ 0.095 $ 40.59 $ 60.89 $ 81.19 $ 101.49 $ 121.78 $ 142.08

$ 0.100 $ 42.73 $ 64.10 $ 85.46 $ 106.83 $ 128.19 $ 149.56

$ 0.105 $ 44.87 $ 67.30 $ 89.74 $ 112.17 $ 134.60 $ 157.04

$ 0.110 $ 47.00 $ 70.51 $ 94.01 $ 117.51 $ 141.01 $ 164.52

$ 0.115 $ 49.14 $ 73.71 $ 98.28 $ 122.85 $ 147.42 $ 171.99

$ 0.120 $ 51.28 $ 76.92 $ 102.56 $ 128.19 $ 153.83 $ 179.47

$ 0.125 $ 53.41 $ 80.12 $ 106.83 $ 133.54 $ 160.24 $ 186.95

$ 0.130 $ 55.55 $ 83.33 $ 111.10 $ 138.88 $ 166.65 $ 194.43

$ 0.135 $ 57.69 $ 86.53 $ 115.38 $ 144.22 $ 173.06 $ 201.91

$ 0.140 $ 59.82 $ 89.74 $ 119.65 $ 149.56 $ 179.47 $ 209.38

23$ 0.060 $ 25.05 $ 37.57 $ 50.09 $ 62.62 $ 75.14 $ 87.67

$ 0.065 $ 27.13 $ 40.70 $ 54.27 $ 67.84 $ 81.40 $ 94.97

$ 0.070 $ 29.22 $ 43.83 $ 58.44 $ 73.05 $ 87.67 $ 102.28

$ 0.075 $ 31.31 $ 46.96 $ 62.62 $ 78.27 $ 93.93 $ 109.58

$ 0.080 $ 33.40 $ 50.09 $ 66.79 $ 83.49 $ 100.19 $ 116.89

$ 0.085 $ 35.48 $ 53.23 $ 70.97 $ 88.71 $ 106.45 $ 124.19

$ 0.090 $ 37.57 $ 56.36 $ 75.14 $ 93.93 $ 112.71 $ 131.50

$ 0.095 $ 39.66 $ 59.49 $ 79.32 $ 99.15 $ 118.97 $ 138.80

$ 0.100 $ 41.75 $ 62.62 $ 83.49 $ 104.36 $ 125.24 $ 146.11

$ 0.105 $ 43.83 $ 65.75 $ 87.67 $ 109.58 $ 131.50 $ 153.41

$ 0.110 $ 45.92 $ 68.88 $ 91.84 $ 114.80 $ 137.76 $ 160.72

$ 0.115 $ 48.01 $ 72.01 $ 96.01 $ 120.02 $ 144.02 $ 168.03

$ 0.120 $ 50.09 $ 75.14 $ 100.19 $ 125.24 $ 150.28 $ 175.33

$ 0.125 $ 52.18 $ 78.27 $ 104.36 $ 130.45 $ 156.55 $ 182.64

$ 0.130 $ 54.27 $ 81.40 $ 108.54 $ 135.67 $ 162.81 $ 189.94

$ 0.135 $ 56.36 $ 84.53 $ 112.71 $ 140.89 $ 169.07 $ 197.25

$ 0.140 $ 58.44 $ 87.67 $ 116.89 $ 146.11 $ 175.33 $ 204.55

27$ 0.060 $ 24.26 $ 36.39 $ 48.52 $ 60.65 $ 72.78 $ 84.90

$ 0.065 $ 26.28 $ 39.42 $ 52.56 $ 65.70 $ 78.84 $ 91.98

$ 0.070 $ 28.30 $ 42.45 $ 56.60 $ 70.75 $ 84.90 $ 99.06

$ 0.075 $ 30.32 $ 45.48 $ 60.65 $ 75.81 $ 90.97 $ 106.13

$ 0.080 $ 32.34 $ 48.52 $ 64.69 $ 80.86 $ 97.03 $ 113.21

$ 0.085 $ 34.37 $ 51.55 $ 68.73 $ 85.92 $ 103.10 $ 120.28

$ 0.090 $ 36.39 $ 54.58 $ 72.78 $ 90.97 $ 109.16 $ 127.36

$ 0.095 $ 38.41 $ 57.61 $ 76.82 $ 96.02 $ 115.23 $ 134.43

$ 0.100 $ 40.43 $ 60.65 $ 80.86 $ 101.08 $ 121.29 $ 141.51

$ 0.105 $ 42.45 $ 63.68 $ 84.90 $ 106.13 $ 127.36 $ 148.58

$ 0.110 $ 44.47 $ 66.71 $ 88.95 $ 111.18 $ 133.42 $ 155.66

$ 0.115 $ 46.50 $ 69.74 $ 92.99 $ 116.24 $ 139.49 $ 162.73

$ 0.120 $ 48.52 $ 72.78 $ 97.03 $ 121.29 $ 145.55 $ 169.81

$ 0.125 $ 50.54 $ 75.81 $ 101.08 $ 126.35 $ 151.61 $ 176.88

$ 0.130 $ 52.56 $ 78.84 $ 105.12 $ 131.40 $ 157.68 $ 183.96

$ 0.135 $ 54.58 $ 81.87 $ 109.16 $ 136.45 $ 163.74 $ 191.03

$ 0.140 $ 56.60 $ 84.90 $ 113.21 $ 141.51 $ 169.81 $ 198.11

Eff 9-1-00
Rule promulgated under: RC 119.03
Rule authorized by: RC 4928.56
Rule amplifies: RC 4928.51 to 4928.56
RC 119.032 Review Dates: September 1, 2005
This version is effective 10/31/2010
Rescinded eff 10-31-10

122:12-2-02 Establishment of the universal service fund.

This version is in effect until 10/31/2010

(A) Electric distribution utilities.

On a date negotiated by the director and each of the electric distribution utilities. But not later than October 15, 2000, and on the same date of every month thereafter, unless otherwise directed by the commission, each of the electric distribution utilities shall remit all fund revenues collected to the director in accordance with the terms of the agreement. The director will deposit the remitted fund money into the fund.

(B) Municipal electric utility or electric cooperative.

Upon the decision to participate in the low-income customer assistance programs, a municipal electric utility or electric cooperative shall be subject to all applicable conditions and requirements of sections 4928.51 to 4928.61 of the Revised Code and the rules in this chapter. On a date negotiated by the director and each participating municipal electric utility or participating electric cooperative, and on the same date of every month thereafter unless otherwise agreed upon by the director and the municipal electric utility or electric cooperative, each participating municipal electric utility or participating electric cooperative shall remit all fund revenues to the director in accordance with the terms of the agreement. The director will deposit the remitted fund revenues into the fund.

(C) Notice requirement of electric distribution utilities.

(1) On or before September 1, 2000, each of the electric distribution utilities shall provide written notice to the director regarding each of their intentions to transfer the right to collect the amount of the percentage of income payment plan program arrearages to the director.

(2) If an electric distribution utility elects to transfer the right to collect the percentage of income payment plan program arrearages, all rights associated with the percentage of income payment plan program arrearages shall be transferred by the electric distribution utility to the director in accordance with the terms of the agreement.

(3) If an electric distribution utility elects to collect the amount of the percent of income payment plan arrearages, all program revenues received by that electric distribution utility shall be remitted to the director in accordance with the terms of the agreement.

(D) Finance charges.

A finance charge shall be assessed upon all late payments of fund revenues to the director in accordance with the terms of the agreement. The director will deposit the remitted finance charges into the fund.

(E) Customer deposits.

An electric distribution utility shall continue its current practice of collecting, maintaining and refunding customer deposits for customers on the percentage of income payment plan program, consistent with rule 4901:1-10-14 of the Administrative Code.

Eff 9-1-00
Rule promulgated under: RC 119.03
Rule authorized by: RC 4928.53(B)(1)
Rule amplifies: RC 4928.51
RC 119.032 Review Dates: September 1, 2005
This version is effective 10/31/2010
Rescinded eff 10-31-10

122:12-2-03 Funding of the universal service fund.

This version is in effect until 10/31/2010

(A) Fund revenues shall include all of the following:

(1) Revenues remitted to the director after collection by an electric distribution utility beginning September 1, 2000. Attributable to the collection from customers of the universal service rider prescribed under Chapter 4928. of the Revised Code and/or as approved by the commission;

(2) Revenues remitted to the director that have been collected by an electric distribution utility beginning September 1, 2000, as percentage of income payment plan program customer payments under the percentage of income payment plan program, including revenues remitted under section 4928.51(C) of the Revised Code;

(3) Adequate revenues remitted to the director after collection by a municipal electric utility or electric cooperative in this state not earlier than September 1, 2000, upon the municipal electric utility's or electric cooperative's decision to participate in the low-income customer assistance programs;

(4) Monies collected in rates for non-low-income customer energy efficiency programs as of October 6, 1999, and not contributed to the energy efficiency revolving loan fund, not used to fund cost-effective, residential energy efficiency programs, not returned to customers in the form of a rate reduction at the option of the affected electric distribution utility, or not approved by the commission to be recovered as a regulatory asset as defined in section 4928.01(A)(26) of the Revised Code.

(5) Funding contributions from electric distribution utilities, energy services companies, municipal electric utilities, electric cooperative utilities, or other parties; and

(6) Any additional funds deemed appropriate by the commission.

(B) Beginning January 1, 2001, to the extent not already under contract, funds specifically included in an electric distribution utilities rates on October 6, 1999, pursuant to an order of the commission issued under Chapter 4905. or 4909. of the Revised Code and in effect on October 6, 1999, for the purpose of improving the energy efficiency of housing for the electric distribution utilities' low-income customers will continue to be collected through the electric distribution utilities rates and then remitted to the director. The director will deposit the remitted amounts into the fund.

(C) In the event that the electric distribution utilities change the use of the funds specifically included in an electric distribution utilities rates on October 6, 1999, pursuant to an order of the commission issued under Chapter 4905. or 4909. of the Revised Code and in effect on October 6, 1999, for the purpose of improving the energy efficiency of housing for the electric distribution utilities' low-income customers collected as a result of an electric distribution utilities rates, the electric distribution utility shall notify the director within thirty days of such change.

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Rule promulgated under: RC 119.03
Rule authorized by: RC 4928.53(B)(1)
Rule amplifies: RC 4928.52
RC 119.032 Review Dates: September 1, 2005
This version is effective 10/31/2010
Rescinded eff 10-31-10

122:12-2-04 General administration of the low-income customer assistance programs.

This version is in effect until 10/31/2010

(A) Eligibility. Eligibility criteria for participation in low-income customer assistance programs are: (1) participation in the Ohio energy credits program from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000, or (2) income equal to or less than one hundred fifty per cent of federal poverty guidelines, as determined by the director.

(B) Verification of income. Authorized providers which verify income for purposes of determining eligibility for the low-income customer assistance programs shall use those verification methods employed by the director for the home energy assistance program.

(C) Provision of services. To the extent feasible and consistent with the targeting responsibilities under Chapter 4928. of the Revised Code, assistance and services funded by the fund shall be provided among the certified territories of electric distribution utilities during their market development period, and participating electric cooperatives, and among the service areas of participating municipal electric utilities, in amounts proportionate to the remittances of each.

(D) Applications. Applications for participation in the low-income customer assistance programs are available on a year round basis, however, each of the various low-income customer assistance programs may have different deadlines. Applications shall be returned to the director by mail or completed in person with an authorized provider.

(E) Payment and crediting arrangements and responsibilities.

(1) Beginning September 1, 2000, payment arrangements and responsibilities for a percentage of income payment plan program customer shall follow the procedures set forth in paragraph (B) of rule 4901:1-18-04 of the Administrative Code, unless otherwise replaced by new rules adopted by the director under division (B)(3) of section 4928.53 of the Revised Code, after consultation with the public benefits advisory board and the commission.

(2) Crediting arrangements and responsibilities for the revenues received after September 1, 2000 as a result of payments from a percentage of income payment program customer for current residential competitive and noncompetitive retail electric services shall be consistent with the commission's electric service and safety standards for customer billing and payments in rule 4901:1-10-22 of the Administrative Code. Customer payments shall be credited to the percentage of income payment plan program customers' account by each electric distribution utility, participating municipal electric utility or electric cooperative upon receipt of the percentage of income payment plan program customers' payments, consistent with rules enacted by the commission.

(F) Monthly information to the director-universal service fund information.

The following information shall be sent to the director with the monthly remittance of applicable fund revenues as set forth in rule 122:12-2-03 of the Administrative Code by electric distribution utilities, participating municipal utilities or electric cooperatives:

(1) Total amount of monthly remittance;

(2) Total number of kilowatt hours billed and total amount of funds collected by virtue of the universal service rider during the reporting period;

(3) Total number of accounts by customer class;

(4) Applicable universal service rider;

(5) Total number of percentage of income payment plan program accounts maintained during the reporting period, to include a subset of the total number of percentage of income payment plan program accounts that indicates the number of percentage of income payment plan program customer accounts where electricity is used both as the primary and secondary source of heat and therefore the percentage of income payment plan program customer pays a per cent of his/her monthly income to the electric distribution utility, participating municipal utility or the electric cooperative for electric service in accordance with the percentage of income payment plan program.

(6) Total cost of kilowatt hours billed to and total amount of dollars collected from percentage of income payment plan program customers during the reporting period.

(G) Monthly information to the director-statement of percentage of income payment plan program customer services.

A statement of total amounts due to reimburse each competitive and noncompetitive supplier providing services to percentage of income payment plan program customers in each utility service territory for the previous month shall be submitted to the director with the monthly remittance of applicable fund revenues as set forth in rule 122:12-2-03 of the Administrative Code. The statements shall provide information in a standard format determined by the director, to include, but not be limited to the following:

(1) Previous balance;

(2) Itemized charges:

(a) By distribution service provider,

(b) By transmission service provider,

(c) By ancillary services provider(s),

(d) Applicable generation transition charge (electric distribution utility),

(e) Applicable regulatory transition charges (electric distribution utility),

(f) By generation service provider.

(3) Itemized applicable riders:

(a) Applicable transition rate credit program,

(b) Universal service rider,

(c) Temporary rider for energy efficiency revolving loan fund (beginning January 1, 2001),

(d) State and local tax rider,

(e) Applicable net energy metering.

(4) Payments/credits from director;

(5) New balance due to competitive or noncompetitive supplier;

(6) Percentage of income payment plan program customer payments; and

(7) Percentage of income payment plan program customer payments on percentage of income payment plan program arrearages.

(H) Reimbursement by the director.

Upon receipt of the monthly statement as required in rule 122:12-2-04(F) and (G) of the Administrative Code from each electric distribution utility, participating municipal utility, electric cooperative or other designated supplier, the director shall, within five business days of receipt, reimburse to the credit of the electric distribution utility, participating municipal utility, electric cooperative or other designated supplier in an account and in accordance with the terms of the agreement the amount owed to the electric distribution utility, participating municipal utility, electric cooperative or other designated supplier.

(I) Carrying charge.

In the event that the director does not reimburse the electric distribution utility, participating municipal utility, electric cooperative or other designated supplier within five business days of receipt of the remittance, a carrying charge shall be assessed to the reimbursement of the director in accordance with the terms of the agreement.

(J) Dispute resolution.

Should any electric distribution utility, competitive retail electric service provider, billing or metering agent be unable to agree with a decision made by the director with regard to a payment to the electric distribution utility, the electric distribution utility shall submit the information contained in paragraphs (F) and (G) of this rule to the commission. The director and the electric distribution utility shall present its calculations with regard to the amount to be transferred, and the commission shall make a determination of the appropriate amount. The decision of the commission shall be final.

(K) List of customers eligible for forgiveness.

Pursuant to division (C)(2) of section 4928.51 of the Revised Code, each electric distribution utility shall report to the director a list of its percentage of income payment plan program customers to be identified as eligible for the forgiveness of their unpaid percentage of income payment plan program obligation.

(L) Request for proposals.

All relevant state purchasing procedures shall be followed in preparing requests for proposals and in the selection of winning bids. The director reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

(M) Annual report.

Annually by July thirty-first, for the previous year ending June thirtieth, each electric distribution utility, participating municipal electric utilities and electric cooperatives shall supply the director with the following information, provided by county, zip code and by alphabetical name within zip code for each of its current percentage of income payment plan program customers, home energy assistance program customers, and Ohio energy credits program customers:

(1) A list of the names, addresses, utility account numbers, social security numbers, and if available, the telephone numbers, and

(2) The monthly and annual consumption data, read code and read date, active or inactive status, and the total percentage of income payment plan program arrearages of each of its percentage of income payment plan program customers over the previous twelve months.

Two copies of the information shall be provided, and one copy shall be in an electronic form.

(N) Notice to customers.

(1) To the extent practicable, the electric distribution utilities, participating municipal utilities or electric cooperatives shall annually notify customers that their name, address, telephone number, consumption data, and total amount of the arrearages will be forwarded to the director and/or authorized providers.

(2) This notification also shall indicate that the customer is required to apply for weatherization services if they are individually solicited by a provider affiliated with energy efficiency, weatherization and/or consumer education program sponsored by the director.

(3) The notification shall indicate that names of the customers will remain confidential for the purposes of the director's evaluation study.

Eff 9-1-00
Rule promulgated under: RC 119.03
Rule authorized by: RC 4928.5(B)(1)
Rule amplifies: RC 4928.53
RC 119.032 Review Dates: September 1, 2005
This version is effective 10/31/2010
Rescinded eff 10-31-10

122:12-2-05 Aggregation.

This version is in effect until 10/31/2010

(A) Beginning on the starting date of competitive retail electric service, the percentage of income payment plan program customers may be aggregated for the purpose of competitively auctioning the supply of competitive retail electric generation service to bidders certified by the commission under section 4928.08 of the Revised Code. The purpose of the auction is to provide reliable retail electric generation service to customers at the lowest cost and best value to customers through a fair and unbiased process.

(B) A request for proposal will be open to all certified electric suppliers. Each electric distribution utility shall provide the director with a bid for its standard offer service as the "price to beat" by the responses to the director's request for proposal. During the market development period, the incumbent electric distribution utility shall provide to the director the schedule of residential shopping incentives, a copy of the electric distribution utility's supplier tariff and requirements for a financial guarantee sufficient to protect customers and the electric distribution utilities from default as set forth in section 4928.08(B) of the Revised Code.

(C) Responses to the director's request for proposal shall take into account the bid specifications including applicable shopping incentives and the aggregate monthly percent of income payment plan program customer load profile for the previous twelve months provided by each electric distribution utility, municipal electric utility or electric cooperative, consistent with their agreement with the director, as well as the selection criteria included in the director's request for proposal and published in advance of the release of the request for proposal.

(D) Other bid specifications, including criteria by which the winning bid(s) shall be selected as determined by the director and shall be widely published in advance of the release of the request for proposal.

Eff 9-1-00
Rule promulgated under: RC 119.03
Rule authorized by: RC 4928.53(B)(1)
Rule amplifies: RC 4928.54
RC 119.032 Review Dates: September 1, 2005
This version is effective 10/31/2010
Rescinded eff 10-31-10

122:12-2-06 Targeted energy efficiency and weatherization program.

This version is in effect until 10/31/2010

(A) To the extent practicable and to ensure efficient and cost effective program administration, the office of energy efficiency shall consolidate the administration and coordinate the design of the operations of the home weatherization assistance program with the targeted energy efficiency and weatherization programs that are to be undertaken by the fund. These programs shall be coordinated with other low-income customer energy efficiency programs, including but not limited to low-income housing rehabilitation and home repair programs.

(B) To the extent practicable, the office of energy efficiency shall target high-cost, high-volume use structures occupied by customers eligible for the percentage of income payment plan program, with the goal of reducing the energy bills of the occupants residing in the targeted structures in a cost-effective manner. In determining whether targeting is practicable the following factors may be used:

(1) The extent to which an adequate delivery infrastructure is available to serve the targeted structures within a given region;

(2) The extent to which additional training is necessary to deliver the services; and

(3) The net present value of savings to the fund. Any energy efficiency measure yielding a savings to investment ratio of greater than one shall constitute a cost-effective measure.

(C) Customers participating in the percentage of income payment plan program must accept services provided through the targeted energy efficiency and weatherization program.

(D) Owners of rental housing inhabited by a tenant eligible for the percentage of income payment plan program shall, as a pre-condition to the provision of energy efficiency and weatherization services, provide to those units:

(1) Protection from rent increases attributable to energy efficiency and weatherization services provided through the fund, and

(2) Funding contributions to the energy efficiency and weatherization services provided on their units in instances where enhancement of the value of those units would result from the work being done, except where the owner is also eligible for participation in the percentage of income payment plan program.

(E) Funding contributions from electric distribution utilities, energy services companies, municipal electric utilities, electric cooperative utilities or other parties may be used for funding targeted energy efficiency programs as defined in section 4928.55 of the Revised Code.

(F) Authorized providers of weatherization or energy efficiency services. Authorized providers of weatherization or energy efficiency services shall:

(1) Be able to provide services comparably and in accordance with the sections, of the weatherization program standards, as amended, relevant to the services provided which are paid for by the fund;

(2) Employ electronic data collection methods for the reporting of service data, cost data, and customer eligibility data, and report all such data to the director;

(3) Provide for the proper verification of service delivery; and

(4) Cooperate fully in an evaluation of their services through an objective third party review, which may include an on-site evaluation, the collection and analysis of pre and post energy usage, and an analysis of bill payment behavior.

(G) The director shall analyze all of this information in a full evaluation and analysis of direct and related energy efficiency and weatherization program services to determine if the efforts are reducing energy consumption and ratepayer costs for the percentage of income payment plan program.

Eff 9-1-00
Rule promulgated under: RC 119.03
Rule authorized by: RC 4928.53(B)(1)
Rule amplifies: RC 4928.55
RC 119.032 Review Dates: September 1, 2005
This version is effective 10/31/2010
Rescinded eff 10-31-10

122:12-2-07 Establishment of the consumer education program.

This version is in effect until 10/31/2010

The director shall establish a consumer education program as set forth in section 4928.56 of the Revised Code. The director shall consolidate the administration and coordinate the design and operations of client education services currently administered by the office of energy efficiency with the consumer education program

Eff 9-1-00
Rule promulgated under: RC 119.03
Rule authorized by: RC 4928.56
Rule amplifies: RC 4928.56
RC 119.032 Review Dates: September 1, 2005
This version is effective 10/31/2010
Rescinded eff 10-31-10

122:12-2-08 Delegation of functions.

This version is in effect until 10/31/2010

Except as provided in this rule, each and any of the powers and duties devolved upon the director under this chapter may be performed by the assistant director of the department of development or such other officers, and employees of the department of development as may be designated in writing by the director or such assistant director. Any such designations under this chapter shall continue to be effective for purposes of this chapter unless and until it is terminated or superseded in writing, notwithstanding any succession in the office of director or assistant director. Except as provided in this rule, any reference in this chapter to the director includes the assistant director or such other designated officers or employees.

Eff 9-1-00
Rule promulgated under: RC 119.03
Rule authorized by: RC 4928.53(B)(1)
Rule amplifies: RC 4928.53(B)(1)
RC 119.032 Review Dates: September 1, 2005
This version is effective 10/31/2010
Rescinded eff 10-31-10