(A)   Contract provisions.  A written contract may be required to cover service furnished under this subchapter, the term to depend upon investment required by the village, revenue to be received, and the like. The contract shall specify the monthly minimum charge, the minimum billing capacity, contribution in aid of construction (if any), and related matters required to protect the village's investment and to secure payment of consumers' accounts.
   (B)   Transformer capacity limitations.  If more than 150 kVa of transformer capacity or an unusual installation is involved, the village reserves the right to require consumer to install the complete substation, in which event the substation discount may apply.
   (C)   Secondary service.  Service will normally be supplied through a single set of service wires. The voltage shall, at the village's option, be either 120/240 volt single phase 3 wire; 240/480 volt 3-phase, 3 wire or 120/208 or 277/480 volt, 3-phase, 4 wire.  If the voltage requested is impractical for the village to furnish, consumer shall furnish at his expense such transformers as are necessary to deliver such voltage.  The village shall specify whether or not the billing kWh is to be based on service metered at primary or secondary voltage.
   (D)   Motor specifications.  In order to avoid the operation and/or starting of motors that are detrimental to service furnished other consumers, the village reserves the right to require that such motors be equipped with such reduced voltage and/or other control devices as are necessary to avoid detrimental service to the village's other consumers.
   (E)   Three-phase service for unbalanced or fluctuating loads. For highly fluctuating loads, such as welders, electric melting furnaces and/or other unbalanced single phase loads, the village reserves the right to require that such loads be converted to three-phase operation so that as far as is practical the load on each phase is balanced.
   (F)   Power factor and voltage control. Where consumer installs power factor corrective equipment, the village may require consumer to install at his expense, such control devices as are necessary to prevent excessive or detrimental voltage variations on the village's system. In event of such noncompliance by consumer, the RkW billing capacity will be determined as though said power factor correction equipment was disconnected.
   (G)   Use of service. Under no condition shall service be resold, sub-metered or shared with others.  Violation of this provision shall be cause for disconnection of service.
   (H)   General rules and regulations. For further details as to the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of both the village and consumer, see the village's General Rules and Regulations which apply to service under this subchapter as if fully written herein.
(Ord. 10-85, passed 10-7-85; Am. Ord. 17-2014, passed 3-11-14)