Temporary Large

In all territories served.


For temporary lighting, power and other purposes utilizing primary service for construction of large industrial and other facilities.

Character of Service

Continuous alternating current of approximately 60 hertz, single or 3-phase, available at 12,470 volts and 60 hertz, 3-phase, three or four wire for temporary accounts.

Limitation of Service

All service required by customer shall be furnished by one meter to each building, premises, property, or group of properties under one ownership or management.


Twice the average estimated monthly bill as estimated by the company or as thereafter ascertained but not less than $300.00

Connection Charge

Customers shall pay all costs for installation and removal by the company of temporary lines or transforming equipment.

Monthly Bill

Computed in Bahamian currency in accordance with the following charges:

Demand Charge

First 5 Kilovoltamperes of monthly maximum demand or less at $44.45 plus additional kilovoltamperes of monthly maximum demand at $8.89 per kilovoltampere.

Energy Charge
First 20,000 kilowatt-hours19.26 cents per kilowatt-hour
Next 80,000 kilowatt-hours17.88 cents per kilowatt-hour
Additional kilowatt-hours16.50 cents per kilowatt-hour

Fuel Charge

The actual cost of fuel used to generate electricity. This a full pass-through mechanism which generates no profit to the utility.

Meter Rental

There will be a monthly meter rental of $10.00

Minimum Charge

The minimum monthly charge is $44.45.

Determination of Demand

The monthly maximum demand shall be the highest 15 minute integrated kilovoltampere demand determined from the company's demand meter.

Terms of Service

Open order until terminated by 72 hours notice by customer.

Special Provision

All equipment and apparatus necessary to change the company's power service to any other form required by the customer shall be furnished and maintained by the customer and the current shall be balanced on the phases of the service conductors in a manner satisfactory to the company.

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