The price you pay for natural gas is made up of delivery and supply charges. Delivery charge: what you pay CNG to transport energy to your home or business. Supply charge: what you pay for the energy purchased for you by CNG.
- Customer Charge A fixed monthly charge associated with the administration of your account (such as preparing bills, the phone center, reading meters, meter cost, etc.).
- Connecticut State Tax The company is required to charge sales tax on certain services. Exemption forms are available on request.
- Conservation Adjustment Mechanism (CAM) A charge that reimburses CNG for the costs of ratepayer-sponsored conservation programs.
- Delivery Rate A charge for moving natural gas across the company’s distribution system to a customer’s home or facility.
- Peak Day Rate A charge for providing pipeline space to accommodate the customer’s highest daily usage. Daily usage is calculated using November – March consumption. Winter months are used because CNG’s overall system peak occurs in the winter.
- SSC Rate The Sales Service Charge is designed to recover unique costs specific for those customers that receive their gas supply directly from the company.
- Trans Serv Chg The Transportation Services Charge is designed to recover unique costs specific for those customers that receive their gas supply from a third-party supplier.
- Purchased Gas Adjustment (PGA) This amount reflects the total unit cost of gas purchased. This rate will change monthly as approved by the DPUC.
- Rate Credit The credit is a result of a settlement agreement with the DPUC concerning excess earnings.
- DDM Charge A fixed monthly charge for the cost of a meter sends information about daily usage to the company. The Company retains ownership of the DDM devices, as it does with all other meter and regulating equipment.
- Total Gas The sum of customer charge plus calculated rates.
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