2003 One Time Bill Credit Sample Clauses


2003 One Time Bill Credit. Pursuant to Commission Decision 03-09-018 and consistent with SDG&E Advice Letter 1523-E, SDG&E implemented a one-time bill credit in the aggregate amount of $135,366,371 to refund DWR Power Charge to Bundled Customers who pay DWR Bond Charge in SDG&E’s service territory. With the agreement of DWR and to fund this one-time bill credit, SDG&E withheld then on-going daily DWR Power Charge remittances SDG&E collected from Bundled Customers and Direct Access Customers commencing on September 18, 2003 and ending on November 18, 2003, inclusive, during which period SDG&E remitted no Power Charge from Bundled Customers and Direct Access Customers to DWR. The one-time bill credit procedures are further provided in that certain letter agreement, dated August 30, 2004, between DWR and SDG&E. Pursuant to the letter agreement, SDG&E credited DWR the undistributed One Time Bill Credit in the amount of $1,731,082.27 against amount DWR owed to SDG&E for DWR Charges related billing and collection system changes. A-2-Attachment BAPPENDIX B-1SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANYBILL DETERMINATION - DIRECT ACCESS BOND CHARGEThis Appendix B-1 to Attachment B of the Servicing Order sets forth specific methodology to be applied in determining the billed dollar amount of Bond Charge on a Direct Access Customer. The dollar amount of Bond Charge billed or re-billed to a DA Customer shall be the product of (i) the electric consumption in kilowatt-hours subject to Bond Charge billed to the DA Customer and (ii) the DA Customer Bond Charge rate applicable to the period of such electric consumption. All electric consumption of a DA Customer is subject to Bond Charge unless exempt by Applicable Commission Orders. In cases in which the DA Customer Bond Charge rate changes during the period of the electric consumption subject to Bond Charge billed or re-billed to a DA Customer, SDG&E shall apply each of the differing DA Customer Bond Charge rates over such period to a portion of such consumption in proportion to the number of calendar days within the period that each rate was effective. The DA Customer Bond Charge is one of three SDG&E rate components known as the Customer Responsibility Surcharge. As determined by Applicable Commission Orders, the CRS was capped at a specific amount with specific billing priorities. As determined by Applicable Commission Orders, the DA Customer Bond Charge component received the first billing priority within the capped level that can be billed. The billing ...