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In 1912, the City of Northwood established its light plant. The City of Northwood purchases its wholesale electricity from two sources: Western Area Power Administration and Missouri River Energy Services. WAPA is an agency within the US Department of Energy that markets electricity in this region generated by hydroelectric power plants along the Missouri River. Missouri River Energy Services is an organization of more than 50 communities in the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa, that own and operate municipal electrical systems. The power is then wheeled through Minnkota Power's transmission lines to the City of Northwood. These circumstances permit Northwood to offer power at unusually low rates. Your payment is made to the City of Northwood and it is your power system.
Have you ever had a technical question, or needed research assistance, but you didn't know where to turn or who to ask?
Northwood Municipal Utilities provides the answers you need. Northwood Municipal Utilities is pleased to introduce the Northwood Municipal Utilities Questline. Northwood Municipal Utilities Questline is a NO-COST technical assistance service that provides technical, business, research and information assistance quickly and easily. Northwood Municipal Utilities Questline is provided at NO-COST because we value our relationships with customers. We understand that if the companies we serve are strong - then we are strong.
The Northwood Municipal Utilities Questline service includes an on-line library of information with a database of technical business and engineering documents and resources. You can browse through the library topics or use the powerful keyword search engine to find the information you need.
If you can't find exactly what you need in the library, Northwood Municipal Utilities Questline includes a technical, marketing and problem-solving "Ask an Expert" hotline service that Northwood Municipal Utilities also provides FREE to our customers. There is no usage limit, all questions and answers are held in strict confidence, and answers are typically issued within 24-48 hours.
Register now for the Northwood Municipal Utilities Questline to get answers to your questions on:
To gain access to or sign-up for the Northwood Municipal Utilities Questline service, please click on the Northwood Municipal Utilities Questline link.
City of Northwood Utilities recently announced the launch of its first issue of Bright IdeasSM, a FREE newsletter intended to provide homeowners energy-saving tips, hints, and other timely information about energy efficiency and the Bright Energy Solutions� program. The Bright Energy Solutions program provides a variety of energy efficiency rebates for residents and businesses alike.
Bright Ideas also will include a number of other useful features and services, including: energy quick-tips and recommendations; easy-to-search energy library; calculators to help homeowners choose the most efficient appliances, and heating and cooling equipment; a home energy analyzer; and a carbon footprint calculator.
The e-newsletter will be distributed monthly to subscribers.
The Bright Ideas newsletter covers a wide variety of topics that can help residential customers learn how to easily save energy throughout the house. Whether it�s determining how much energy a big-screen TV uses, or how to �green� your lifestyle, the simple tips and information included in the Bright Ideas newsletter are intended to encourage homeowners to take action.
To learn how you can sign up for the free Bright Ideas newsletter or the Bright Energy Solutions program, call or email City Hall or visit www.brightenergysolutions.com
RATE NO. 1 RESIDENTIAL
Customer Charge $15.00 per month
First 1,500 Kwh $ 0.070 per kWh
All Additional Kwh $ 0.065 per kWh
APPLICABLE: Residential customers for all domestic purposes.
RATE NO. 2 SMALL COMMERCIAL
Customer Charge $25.00 per month
All KWH $ 0.076 per kWh
APPLICABLE: All non-residential customers with a connected load (peak demand) of less than 30 KW.
RATE NO. 3 LARGE COMMERCIAL
Customer Charge $35.00 per month
All KWH $ 0.052 per kWh
Demand Charge $ 8.50 per KW
APPLICABLE: All non-residential customers with a connected load (peak demand) of 30 KW or more
within any twelve-month period.
RATE NO. 4 INDUSTRIAL
Customer Charge $75.00 per month
All KWH $ 0.045 per kWh
Demand Charge $11.90 per KW
APPLICABLE: All non-residential customers with a connected load (peak demand) of 750 KW or more
within any twelve-month period.
RATE NO. 5 OFF-PEAK HEAT
Customer Charge $3.00 per month
All Kwh $ 0.042 per kWh
*All utility rates given are net rates based on receipt of payment by the fifteenth of the month. Gross rates are five percent higher
Rate for Off-Peak electric
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