Network Demand Charge (NDC): is a charge that is variable on a monthly basis and is charged on the actual charge demand measured.
Network Access Charge (NAC): The network access charge should be the highest kVA that the customer expects the utility to be in a position to supply. The NAC is a tariff component that is fixed on an annual basis and is charged as a Charge N$/kVA on the greater of the Notified Maximum Demand or the actual demand.
Time of Use (TOU): means that the use of electricity at peak hours will be charged at a higher price than the normal flat rate.
Notified Maximum Demand (NMD): is the maximum demand notified in writing by the customer, which the customer requires in order to be in a position to demand and remains in force for a period of one year. Service Charge: is a fixed charge payable per account to recover service related costs.