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A. Sellers of Electricity in the Northeast
1. Owners and developers with plants in development, construction or operation within New England are charged an annual dues rate of the greater of $1,000 or $10/MW of capacity. The cumulative amount of dues will not exceed $3,000 per developer. For example: ABC Development, Inc. has 50MW's in operation and 75MW's in development. Its dues would be calculated as follows: 50MW's x $10 = $500 & 75MW's x $10 = $750. Total Dues = $1250.
2. Marketers and Load Aggregators of electricity are charged annual dues the greater of $1,000 or $10 x (MWHR's of electricity marketed annually/8760). Marketers and Load Aggregators of Natural Gas are charged annual dues the greater of $1,000 or $.0001 x MCF's of natural gas marketed annually. The cumulative amount of dues will not exceed $3,000 per company. For example; XYZ Marketing Company is marketing 1,314,000 MWH's of energy per year. Its dues would be calculated as follows: (1,314,000 MWH's/8760) x $10 = $1500. Total Dues = $1,500.
B. Gas & Electric Transmission and Distribution Co.
Annual revenues greater than 200 million, $3,000 Dues
Annual revenues less than 200 million, $2,000 Dues
Annual revenues less than 50 million, $1,000 Dues
C. End-Users, Service Companies:
Companies are charged by the number of their employees directly engaged in the energy business.
1-3 Employees, $300 Dues
4-20 Employees, $750 Dues
21-50 Employees, $1,050 Dues
51-200 Employees, $1,250 Dues
Over 200 Employees, $3,000 Dues
D. Government Agencies and Non-profit Institutions, $300 Dues:
The Executive Committee has the authority to establish "special circumstance" rates.
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