New Electric Service Initiation Charge – No Meter Present When a new electric meter is set at a location that has not previously had service, this charge applies to cover the costs associated with travel and labor to perform the installation.
New Electric Service Initiation Charge - Multiple Electric Meter Sets For multiple meters being set, the first meter is charged the full initiation cost and each additional meter is assessed a lower charge.
If the meter is not registering accurately, there is no charge and the meter will be repaired or replaced. Click here to register for a my OUC online profile and obtain copies of bills at no cost.
Request for an analog electric meter requires a non-refundable enrollment fee to cover the cost of non-standard account setup.
Field Trip Fee The cost for a field employee to travel to a customer’s location to perform work.
Such work includes, but is not limited to, unlocking meter bases, verifying that power or water is either on or off, or second trips after service was left off for safety reasons.
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Service Reconnect Fee at Meter This charge is applied when service is disconnected for non-payment of a bill. Once payment is made, digital meters will reconnect automatically. for disconnected analog meters will be reconnected the next day.Research Charges Upon request by a customer, OUC will research past billing at a cost to cover the time expended to perform the research.Such costs will be collected in advance of the work being performed.The Vulgate employs the word also for "the light of the morning" ( Job ), "the signs of the zodiac" ( Job ), and "the aurora" ( Psalm 109:3 ).Metaphorically, the word is applied to the King of Babylon ( Isaiah ) as preeminent among the princes of his time ; to the high priest Simon son of Onias ( Ecclesiasticus 50:6 ), for his surpassing virtue, to the glory of heaven ( Apocalypse ), by reason of its excellency; finally to Jesus Christ himself ( 2 Peter ; Apocalypse ; the "Exultet" of Holy Saturday ) the true light of our spiritual life.