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Wisconsin: Natural Gas - Wisconsin Power & Light (WPL)
Rate and tariff sheets for Wisconsin Power & Light natural gas service are provided in Adobe Acrobat PDF format:
If you have questions, please contact us.
Wisconsin Power and Light Company (WPL) provides Internet access to tariff documents for the convenience of our customers. Although we strive to keep this information current at all times, please note that the rates and provisions in the tariffs are subject to revision.
Users should note the tariffs provided here are not the official documents and users assume responsibility for reliance upon tariffs in electronic format.
WPL's electric tariffs are subject to regulatory review and approval by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSCW). The tariffs provided here have been approved by the PSCW; information about proposed changes to WPL's rates and tariffs can be found in our Newsroom section.
|General Index||Sheet||Schedule||PDF pages|
|Table of Contents||20.00 - 20.01||2-3|
|Purchased Gas Adjustment Clause (PGAC)||Sheet||Schedule||PDF pages|
| Gas Cost Recovery Mechanism|
Description of the monthly calculation of the Purchased Gas Adjustment Clause
|21.00 - 21.04||GCRM-1||4-9|
| Current Month Proposed PGAC|
Monthly commodity gas cost as determined through the application of the GCRM-1 tariff.
|PGAC History (MS Excel file)|
|Rates: General Service||Sheet||Schedule||PDF pages|
Service available to residential customers.
|22.00 - 22.01||Gg-1||12-13|
| Commercial & Industrial: Small Volume (less than 5,000 therms)|
Service available to commercial and industrial customers with annual usage of less than 5,000 therms annually.
|22.10 - 22.12||Gc-1F||14-16|
| Commercial & Industrial: Small Volume (5,000-20,000 therms)|
Service available to commercial and industrial customers with annual usage greater than 5,000 and less than 20,000 therms annually.
|22.20 - 22.22||Gc-2F||17-19|
| Commercial & Industrial: Medium Volume (20,000-200,000 therms)|
Service available to commercial and industrial customers with annual usage greater than 20,000 and less than 200,000 therms annually.
|22.2711 - 22.2714||Gc-3F/I||20-23|
| Commercial & Industrial: Medium Volume (200,000-1.3 Million therms)|
Service available to commercial and industrial customers with annual usage greater than 200,000 therms and less than 1.3 Million therms annually.
|22.2721 - 22.2724||Gc-4F/I||24-27|
| Commercial & Industrial: Large Volume (Over 1.3 Million-7.5 Million therms)|
Service available to commercial and industrial customers with annual usage greater than 1.3 million and less than 7.5 million therms annually.
|22.2731 - 22.2734||Gc-5F/I||28-31|
| Commercial & Industrial: Super Large Volume (Over 7.5 Million therms)|
Service available to commercial and industrial customers with annual usage greater than 7.5 million therms annually.
| Contract Demand Local Distribution Service|
Available to customers with a minimum contract demand level of 3,000 dekatherms per day and a minimum load factor of 80%.
|22.40 - 22.41||CD-1||36-37|
| Transportation Service Rider|
Available to all commercial and industrial customers for the transport of customer owned gas from the city gate to the customer's meter with optional nominated company-provided backup supply services.
|22.50 - 22.53|| T-1 FT-1|
(Nominated backup supply)
| WorryProof Bill|
Service available to residential and commercial, industrial customers using less then 200,000 therms per year to avoid natural gas price fluctuation risk for the year.
|22.70 - 22.75||Rider WPB-1||42-48|
|Former Interruptible Rates and Seasonal and Generation Rates||Sheet||Schedule||PDF pages|
| Seasonal Natural Gas (Agriculture)|
Interruptible service available to agricultural grain drying and/or crop preparation customers with annual usage less than 200,000 therms.
|23.30 - 23.33||S-1||49-52|
|Small Generation Service||23.35 - 23.38||GN-9||53-56|
|Large Generation Service||23.40 - 23.43||GN-10||57-60|
| Commodity Balancing Service Rider|
Applies to all customers served on the company's transportation schedules, except the FT-2 Full Requirements Firm Transportation Rider. Applicable monthly charges may be minimized or eliminated by enrolling in a pipeline balancing service.
|23.60 - 23.64||CBS-1||61-65|
|ANR Hourly Operational Flow Order Rider||23.70||OFO-1||66|
| Daily Balancing Service Rider|
Applies to all customers served on the company's transportation schedules. Applicable Daily charges may be minimized or eliminated by enrolling in a pipeline balancing service.
|23.80 - 23.88||DBS-1||67-75|
| Contracted Service Rate|
Negotiated contract rate between the company and customers capable of economically bypassing the company's distribution system, subject to approval by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.
|Rules & Regulations||Sheet||Schedule||PDF pages|
|Miscellaneous Rules (Measurement of Gas, Point of Delivery & Delivery Pressure of Gas)||24.00||Gr-1||77|
|Definition of Space Heating Customer||24.10||Gr-2||78|
|Inspection of Customer's Gas Appliances||24.11||Gr-3||79|
|Residential Space Heating Conservation Standards||24.12 - 24.14||Gr-4||80-82|
|Commercial & Industrial Space Heating Conservation Standards||24.16||Gr-5||83|
|Gas Extension Rules||24.20 - 24.34||Gr-6||84-98|
|Priorities & Restrictions for Natural Gas Service||24.40 - 24.49||Gr-8||99-108|
|General Rules & Regulations - Gas & Electric||40.00 - 49.00||109-133|
|Communities Served (Water Svc No Longer Provided)||1.10 - 1.21||134-145|