This information is for large gas customer (>5,000 Mcf annually) who have elected either interruptible rate TSI TCS or firm rate TSF.
View, manage and update your contact information in the event of a natural gas interruption. If you have elected rates TSI or TCS or are a supplier of customers on rate TSI it is critical that you provide the most recent contacts to avoid penalties.
Must stop burning gas during a called interruption event.
For back-up rate IS interruptions, you may not use more their your deliveries minus your allowable daily variation (contact your supplier or Account Manager if you are unsure)
Agree to provide and update my direct phone number, e-mail address, or text address and other identified people in my organization (provide#) so that PECO can notify me or my designee of pending gas interruptions.
Will actively engage their supplier (as needed) for any communications regarding gas deliveries
Prior to the heating season, will test their back up system to insure that they can burn alternative fuel during the interruption period.
Will have the ability to switch to an alternate fuel in the event of a called rate TSI Tier Interruption or rate TCS interruption.
In addition to your text/e-mail, phone notification, you may always check the status of an interruption by calling our automated line at
Will insure that their supplier is able to deliver gas commensurate with their usage
Will review their contract to determine comfort level with their supplier’s ability to deliver.
Will consider electing the Stand by Sales option as an insurance against insufficient deliveries.
Will review their usage and work with their PECO Account Manager to ensure that they are on a rate that’s best suited to their needs.
May save money by electing a supplier to transport their gas under rate TSI or TSF
Are qualified for the program by using at least 5,000 mcf annually or by being be part of a buyers group among multiple same-named accounts
Must maintain a phone line to support daily reads to their suppliers
Specifically, provide a POTS line (Plain Old Telephone Line, non-digital) from their telephone provider.
Will work with their telephone provider in a timely manner to resolve chronic phone line issues OR switch to PECO rate GC if unresolved.
Are billed on “deliveries”, not usage. Suppliers balance their deliveries based on your daily usage, and are able to virtually “bank” small amounts of unused gas based on tariff requirements. That is why it is critical that you maintain your phone line so that they can balance properly and not put your account in penalty.
May view their daily usage and your supplier deliveries. You may contact your PECO Account Manager if you desire this option
Will insure that the supplier is able to deliver gas commensurate with your usage
As educated consumers, HVT customers are responsible for understanding their rate and requirements and will actively seek to contact their PECO Account Manager with any questions.
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Winter Bulletin 2016 for Rates TSI, IS and CGS-I (pdf)
Winter Bulletin 2016 for Rate TCS (pdf)
"ATTENTION"- Send Word Now Test Notification (pdf)
For customers with interruptible rate (TSI ) interruptions to service occur primarily to maintain system pressures and to preserve PECO's storage and peaking inventories. The interruptions help to ensure that sufficient supplies and distribution system capacity will be available for PECO's firm residential and small commercial customers.
When an interruption is necessary, you are notified via an electronic module which communicates over a standard phone line. Gas burned when your service has been interrupted is considered unauthorized use or a burn through. Utilizing unauthorized gas could jeopardize the PECO system as well as service to our firm customers.
In order to enforce timely adherence to interruption procedures, unauthorized use surcharges exist within PECO's tariff structure. The current charge is $25.00 per Mcf. Continuously burning through may result in service being shut off and/or removal from the interruptible rate. It is our sincere intent to avoid and prevent surcharges, however this may only be accomplished through a joint effort between PECO and you. The key to a surcharge-free bill is communication. Please use this information to help you to educate your personnel and to provide guidelines to follow in case of an interruption. PECO appreciates your cooperation during any interruptions that may be necessary this year.
City Gate Service (CGS)
Interruptible Service (IS)
Transportation Service–Interruptible (TS-I)