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N. Rate Schedules and Rate Application Guidelines

 

Effective Date: March 31, 2021

 

Table of Contents

N-1 Residential Service Rate Schedules

N-2 General Service Rate Schedules

N-3 Small Industrial Rate Schedule

N-4 Large Industrial Rate Schedule

N-5 Wholesale Rate Schedule

N-6 Unmetered Rate Schedules

N-7 Electric Vehicle Charging Rate Schedule

N-8 Miscellaneous Rate Schedules

N-9 Short Term Unmetered Rate Schedule

N-10 Rental Facility Rate Schedules

N-11 Street Lighting Rate Schedule

N-12 Customer Facility Rate Schedule

N-13 Authorization

 

N-1 Residential Service Rate Schedules

Residential Service
Rate Schedule
Service
Charge
Energy
Charge

Residential Urban

That category of residential Customers located in all incorporated cities, towns and villages with population over 2000 served by NB Power.

 

$22.82 per Billing Period

 

11.38¢ per kWh for all kWh per Billing Period

Residential Rural

That category of residential Customers located in all other areas not included under Residential Urban category served by NB Power.

 

$25.03 per Billing Period

 

11.38¢ per kWh for all kWh per Billing Period

Residential Seasonal

That category of residential Customers who require service to a Dwelling other than a Principal Residence (e.g., summer cottages).

 

$25.03 per Billing Period

 

11.38¢ per kWh for all kWh per Billing Period

 

Residential Service Rate Application Guidelines

Urban and Rural

Customers who use electricity for living purposes in any of the following:

  • Dwellings
  • Dwelling out buildings
  • Individually metered, self-contained Dwelling units within an Apartment Building

In addition, the Residential rate applies to:

Services to Farms and Churches.

A religious and charitable institution, excluding a church, that was served on a residential rate prior to 29 August 1979. If this Premises requires new service, reconnection or upgrade for any reason, including a change of ownership, an applicable rate will be applied as determined by the rate application guidelines.

Service for the construction phase of a Dwelling.

A Premises providing lodging with nine (9) beds or less, including boarding and rooming houses, Special Care Establishments, senior citizen homes, nursing homes, hostels and transition homes.

A Premises providing lodging with more than nine (9) beds that was served on a Residential rate prior to 1 January 1984. If this Premises requests new service, reconnection or upgrade for any reason including a change in ownership an applicable rate will be applied as determined by the rate application guidelines.

The combined usage of a Dwelling and a business operation measured by one meter, where the connected load of the business operation, excluding space heating and air conditioning, is two (2) kilowatts or less.

Seasonal

Customers who use electricity for living purposes in a Dwelling other than the Customer's Principal Residence; e.g., summer cottage.

 

N-2 General Service Rate Schedules

General Service
Rate Schedule
Billing
Demand
Service
Charge
Demand
Charge
Energy
Charge

General Service I

That category of Customers in all areas served by NB Power who use electricity for purposes other than those specifically covered under residential, small and large industrial, street lighting or unmetered categories.

 

The greater of the maximum kW demand or 90% of the maximum kVA demand in the Billing Period

 

$23.79 per Billing Period

 

No charge for first 20 kW or less per Billing Period $10.95 per kW for balance kW per Billing Period

 

13.69¢ per kWh for first 5000 kWh per Billing Period

9.71¢ per kWh for balance kWh per Billing Period

General Service II (closed)

The General Service II rate is not available to new customers as of July 1, 2006. Existing General Service II customers that request reconnection or upgrade for any reason including change of ownership will have the General Service I rate applied.

 

The greater of the maximum kW demand or 90% of the maximum kVA demand in the Billing Period.

 

$23.79 per Billing Period

 

No charge for first 20 kW or less per Billing Period Charge for the balance of kilowatts per billing period: the lesser of

(a) $7.31 per kilowatt, or

(b) 3.642¢ times the number of kilowatt hours consumed in the billing period.

 

13.70¢ per kWh for first 5000 kWh per Billing Period

10.51¢ per kWh for balance kWh per Billing Period

 

General Service Rate Application Guidelines

General Service I and II rate applications include the following:

  • Religious and charitable institutions, excluding Churches, that were served on a residential rate prior to 29 August 1979 and that request new service, reconnection or upgrade for any reason, including change of ownership, will have an applicable rate applied as determined by the rate application guidelines. 
  • Service for the construction phase of any Premises other than a Dwelling.
  • Dwellings providing lodging with more than nine (9) beds, including boarding and rooming houses, Special Care Establishments, senior citizen homes, nursing homes, hostels and transition homes.
  • Combined usage of a Dwelling and a business operation measured by one meter, where the connected load of the business operation, excluding space heating and air conditioning, is greater than two (2) kilowatts.
  • Bulk metered Apartment Buildings that combine the service to the Dwelling units and/or the common use areas.
  • Service to common areas in Apartment Buildings. 
  • Any business operation involving both manufacturing/processing and service/repair on which less than one half of the business volume is manufacturing/processing. 
  • Warehousing, storage and distribution centers on the same property and forming part of a manufacturing or processing operation with one meter where the warehousing, storage and distribution load is greater than one half of the total electricity consumed.
  • A retail or wholesale operation on a Farm must install a separate meter to measure that retail/wholesale load.
  • Water pumping, sewage lift stations, sewage lagoons, chlorinating plants and sewage treatment plants directly related to municipally owned water supplies or waste disposal systems are normally billed at General Service rates. At the option of the Customer, an industrial service rate may be applied.

 

N-3 Small Industrial Rate Schedule

Small Industrial
Rate Schedule
Billing
Demand
Demand
Charge
Energy
Charge

That category of Customers who use electricity chiefly for manufacturing or processing of goods or for the extraction of raw materials and have a minimum contracted demand of five (5) kilowatts.

The greatest of:

  • the monthly maximum kW demand;
  • 90% of the monthly maximum kVA demand;
  • 5 kW

As a result of installed metering, both the monthly maximum kW demand and 90% of the monthly maximum kVA demand noted above may not apply.

$7.27 per kW of billing demand per month

14.09¢ per kWh for first 100 kWh per kW of billing demand per month

6.66¢ per kWh for balance of kWh per month

 

Small Industrial Rate Application Guidelines

Industrial rates apply to the following SIC groups:

Division C major group:

04 Logging Industry

Division D major groups:

06 Mining Industries
07 Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries
08 Quarry and Sand Pit Industries
09 Service Industries Incidental to Mineral Extraction

Division E, Manufacturing Industries

In addition:

Fish hatcheries qualify for this rate.

Any business operation involving both manufacturing/ processing and service/repair on which more than one half of the business volume is manufacturing/ processing.

Warehousing, storage and distribution centers on the same property and forming part of a manufacturing or processing operation with one (1) meter where the manufacturing/processing load is greater than one half of the total electricity consumed.

A processing operation on a Farm must install a separate meter to measure that processing load.

 

N-4 Large Industrial Rate Schedule

Large Industrial
Rate Schedule
Billing
Demand
Demand
Charge
Energy
Charge

That category of Customers in all areas served by NB Power who use electricity chiefly for manufacturing or processing of goods or for the extraction of raw materials and have a minimum contracted demand of 750 kW.

The greatest of:

  • The monthly maximum kW demand;
  • 90% of the maximum kVA demand;
  • 90% of the firm amount reserved in the contract for non-curtailable Customers or 100% of the total contracted amount for curtailable Customers;
  • 90% of the maximum demand recorded during the current calendar year excluding April through November;
  • 90% of the lesser of the average demand recorded during the previous calendar year, or the previous calendar year excluding April through November

$14.80 per kW of the billing demand per month

5.48¢ per kWh for all kWh per month

 

Declining Discount Firm Rate

New facilities coming into service after April 1, 2000 or facilities that were substantially shut down as at October 1, 2000 are eligible for a declining discount on Demand Charges for the additional firm load.

The declining discount is available for five years to Customers who meet all of the following criteria:

  1. the Customer is served directly from the transmission system;
  2. the additional firm load is at least 5,000 kW; and
  3. the Customer signs a five year agreement with NB Power as the electricity supplier for the total load for the Customer's Account at the site.

The declining discounts are:

Year $/kW-month
1 $3.75
2 $3.00
3 $2.25
4 $1.50
5 $0.75
6 $0.00

 

The declining discounts are not available for loads that get incentive credits or if the Customer is in arrears at the time of the application for the declining discount.

 

Curtailable Power Credit:

$3.00 per kW per month for the curtailable portion of the demand for curtailments up to 10 hours/day.

Effective April 1, 1999, new or additional Curtailable Power Credits are no longer available.

 

Start-Up Rate

Large Industrial Customers starting new operations or expanding existing operations may request a start-up rate for a period not exceeding six (6) consecutive months.

When the new load is the result of expansion, the Customer has the option to request the start-up rate for the total firm load at that location. The request must be submitted in writing to NB Power.

To qualify, the Customer must agree to reduce the load for which the start-up rate applies within ten (10) minutes of a request from NB Power. Load reductions will normally be requested when the in-province load and firm commitments outside the Province are expected to exceed NB Power's supply capability.

NB Power estimates the applicable start-up rate and makes retroactive adjustments based on the Customer's actual cost per kWh, which is the aggregate of demand and energy charges, established during the six month period following the start-up period.

The start-up rate will be calculated so that the resulting cost to the Customer is the higher of:

  • 8.28¢ per kWh, or
  • Customer's lowest monthly aggregate cost per kWh in the six months following the start-up period.

 

Interruptible Energy Charge

NB Power will supply interruptible energy in excess of the demand reserved for the Customer up to the amount of the Customer's unused generation capability, if such energy is available at the Delivery Point, and can be provided with available resources over and above the requirement of other firm commitments. The rate will be based on NB Power's incremental cost of providing such energy.

 

Surplus Energy Charge

To qualify for new Surplus Energy or to continue to purchase Surplus Energy after April 1, 2001, the Customer must sign a minimum three-year contract with NB Power as its sole electricity supplier. Surplus Energy is supplied only if it can be provided with available resources over and above the requirement of other firm commitments. The  Customer must interrupt Surplus Energy use within ten (10) minutes of a request from NB Power. Customers can purchase Surplus Energy for load additions of 2000 kilowatts or more.

Customers who currently purchase Surplus Energy above a defined load level can continue to do so for that load and any additional load that is interruptible by signing a minimum three-year contract. NB Power may also convert all or part of a Customer’s existing load to Surplus Energy if the customer has a self-generation option which it agrees to defer by at least three years.

Customers are required to interrupt Surplus Energy to meet financially firm export obligations. When Surplus Energy is interrupted to meet financially firm export obligations, the Customer is reimbursed 50 percent of the cost of the replacement energy that would have otherwise incurred to supply the export sales.

Customers who fail to interrupt will be billed an additional charge which is the higher of:

  • two times the monthly demand charge per kilowatt for the Large Industrial rate classification multiplied by the kilowatts that were not interrupted plus any incremental cost of supplying the energy, or 
  • the costs incurred for replacement energy to supply financially firm export obligations.

 

Pricing of Interruptible and Surplus Energy

The price is based on the incremental cost of providing such energy. Incremental cost is defined as the incremental generation or purchased power cost after supplying in-province firm load and other firm supply commitments.

Interruptible and Surplus Energy prices are:
On peak price = incremental cost during on peak hours + 0.9¢/kWh.
Off peak price = incremental cost during off peak hours + 0.3¢/kWh.

The on peak period is defined as 0800 to 2400 hours Atlantic Prevailing Time on all weekdays, except
statutory holidays in New Brunswick. All other hours are considered to be off peak.

NB Power will provide a week ahead forecast and day ahead firm quotes of the on and off peak prices to be
paid by the customer. 

 

Rental Charges

At the Customer's request, NB Power will supply, own and maintain the substation facilities from the high voltage switches to the low voltage terminals of the step-down transformers, provided such transformation satisfies NB Power standards. The charge for such Rental Facilities is 1 ⅔% per month of the installed costs. The Customer will supply the low voltage switch gear, concrete substation foundation pads and necessary protective fencing.

For customers with a primary service voltage of 12.47 kV, at the customer’s request, NB Power will supply, own and maintain the distribution facilities at a primary service voltage of 12.47 kV, up to the secondary voltage terminals on the step down transformer. The charge for such Rental Facilities is 1 ⅔% per month of the installed costs.

 

Losses Charge

At the discretion of NB Power, electricity may be supplied at a primary service voltage between 4 kV and 25 kV. In such cases, the monthly demand and energy consumption will be increased by 1 ½% to compensate for transformation losses.

 

Transformation Charge

When a Customer is provided service at voltages less than 69 kV, the Customer will also be charged an "equivalent kVA rental" charge. The equivalent kVA charge is the Customer's kVA demand multiplied by $1.53 per kVA per month.

 

Contracts

A Customer supplied at the large industrial rate is required, and is deemed, to have entered a firm contract providing for the payment of the rate, for an initial term of five (5) years, in the case of a Customer considered by NB Power to be a new Customer, and for an initial term of one year for a Customer considered by NB Power to be an existing Customer. The contract will continue thereafter on a firm basis subject to termination by either the Customer or NB Power at the end of the initial term, or any date thereafter by either party giving at least twelve months' notice in writing.

When a Customer's operations are jeopardized because of a failure of its electricity generating equipment, the Customer can apply to suspend any portion of its curtailable power contract and/or firm up all or part of interruptible purchases for a period of at least six months and not more than one year.

 

Metering

The metering point shall be at or near the transmission line terminals (69 kV or above).

 

Large Industrial Rate Application Guidelines

Industrial rates apply to the following SIC groups:

Division C major group:
04 Logging Industry

Division D major groups:
06 Mining Industries
07 Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries
08 Quarry and Sand Pit Industries
09 Service Industries Incidental to Mineral Extraction

Division E, Manufacturing Industries

 

In addition, the Large Industrial Rate applies to:

Any business operation involving both manufacturing/ processing and service/repair, in which more than one half of the business volume is manufacturing/ processing.

Data centres with a total firm load of 750 kW or more. 95% of the facilities’ total load must be data centre functions. Data centre functions include data storage, processing and communication, and support services including heating and cooling.

Warehousing, storage and distribution centers on the same property and forming part of a manufacturing or processing operation with one (1) meter where the manufacturing or processing load is greater than one half of the total load. 

Customers whose demand is above 750 kW and less than 3000 kW may choose to be billed at the small industrial rate or the large industrial rate. To be eligible for the large industrial rate, customers must meet the conditions of the large industrial rate.

Customers with a primary service voltage of 12.47 kV whose demand is above 750 kW and less than 3000 kW who opt to change classification from the small industrial rate to the large industrial rate will be required to make a contribution toward the cost of upgrading NB Power facilities including installing primary metering.

 

N-5 Wholesale Rate Schedule

Wholesale
Rate
Demand
Charge
Energy
Charge
Saint John Energy and The Electrical Department of the City of Edmundston. $14.93 per kW per month 6.98¢ per kWh for all kWh in the month

 

N-6 Unmetered Rate Schedules

Unmetered
Rate
Minimum
Charge
Energy
Charge
That category of Customers in all areas served by NB Power requiring unmetered service. $11.35 per kW per month 14.34¢ per kWh of estimated consumption

 

Unmetered Rate Application Guidelines

Services for which electricity consumption is uniform and easily estimated.

Services where metering is not considered practical by NB Power.

Specific Applications of the unmetered rate include:

  • traffic control lights
  • self-contained sign lighting
  • architectural flood lighting
  • decorative lighting
  • carrier repeaters
  • radio transmitters
  • telephone booths
  • range lights
  • airport runway lights
  • highway traffic counters
  • CATV power supply units

 

Estimating Consumption

Electricity consumption is estimated by multiplying the connected load in watts times the hours of usage. For example, a photoelectrically controlled 100 Watt sign light operates approximately 12 hours per day, has an estimated annual consumption calculated as follows:

100 watts x 12 hours x 365 days = 438,000 watt-hours or 438 kWh per year.

If conditions are such as to cause reasonable doubt concerning the connected load, recording equipment will be installed to determine the kW connected load.

 

N-7 Electric Vehicle Charging Rate Schedule

These rates apply to the charging of electric vehicles at NB Power’s eCharge Network. NB Power’s eCharge Network includes both authorized third party charging stations and NB Power owned charging stations.

DC Fast Charge
$15.00 per hour This rate is based on the time that a vehicle is plugged in.
Level 2 Charge
$1.50 per hour or
$3.00 per session
The rate for the Level 2 Charge is selected by the owner of the charging station. While NB Power offers a per hour rate of $1.50, authorized third parties may offer either a rate of $1.50 per hour or $3.00 per session. At all charging stations where the hourly rate is offered, it is pro-rated based on the time that a vehicle is plugged in and there is no maximum charge.

 

N-8 Miscellaneous Rate Schedules

Railway Flashing Signals $102.12 per year (billed monthly)
Railway Safety Gates $406.84 per year (billed monthly)
Air Raid and Fire Sirens (unmetered) $  4.37 per month per HP of nameplate rating
Outdoor Christmas Lighting 4.47¢ per watt of connected load per week

The minimum charge is for a period of one (1) week.

 

N-9 Short Term Unmetered Rate Schedule

That category of Customers in all areas served by NB Power requiring single-phase and three-phase installations and connected for no longer than one (1) month. The installation will not be metered.

Connection Charge: Single- Phase Three-Phase
A. Connection to existing secondary voltage $ 95.48 $ 95.48
B. Where transformer installations are required, the  following connection charges will apply:
(1) to and including 10 kVA $139.23 $195.68
(2) 11 kVA to 15 kVA $225.24 $281.55
(3) 16 kVA to 25 kVA $251.81 $314.90
(4) 26 kVA to 37 kVA $281.55 $314.90
(5) 38 kVA to 50 kVA $314.90 $314.90
(6) 51 kVA to 75 kVA $345.71 $490.16
(7) 76 kVA to 125 kVA $403.25 $519.74
(8) Above 125 kVA  -- $556.56

Energy Charge:
14.35¢ per kWh of estimated consumption.

Short Term Unmetered Rate Application Guidelines

Available to serve such events as carnivals, bazaars, and unmetered installations.

Connected for no longer than one (1) month.

When the service exceeds one month, the installation will be billed and the remaining time considered as a new installation.

When meters are involved, and not disconnected, a reading will be taken and the kilowatt hours noted for record purposes only. 

When poles or additional equipment other than the transformer installation are required, the installation and removal charges will be estimated and collected before work commences. Customers who have a credit history, acceptable to NB Power, may be billed using a Form 232, Customers Contribution Estimate.

 

Estimating Consumption

Electricity consumption is estimated by multiplying the connected load in kW (or kVA times 0.9), times the hours of usage. For example, a carnival with a connected load of 25 kVA operates 12 hours per day for 10 days has an estimated consumption calculated as follows:

25 kVA x 0.9 power factor x 12 hours x 10 days = 2,700 kWh.

If conditions are such as to cause reasonable doubt concerning the connected load, recording equipment will be installed to determine the kVA connected load.

 

N-10 Rental Facility Rate Schedules

Water Heaters

This rate applies to Customers renting water heaters from NB Power.

Single Phase   Rate per month ($)
22 gallons (100 L) $ 6.92
40 gallons (180 L) $ 6.92
60 gallons (270 L) $ 8.98
100 gallons (455 L)  $18.05
*50 gallons (228 L) “Stainless Steel”  $ 6.92
Three Phase   Rate per month ($)
100 gallons (455L) "Commercial" 208V  $27.61
100 gallons (455 L) "Commercial" 600V  $34.95

Plus Harmonized Sales Tax as applicable.
*This charge is applicable to existing water heaters only.

 

Area Lighting

This rate applies to Customers renting area lighting from NB Power for a minimum of 12 consecutive
months.

Light Emitting Diode (LED)   Rate per month ($)
100 Watt HPS Equivalent $14.39
200 Watt HPS Equivalent $22.62

 

Other Luminaires   Rate per month ($)
100 Watt high pressure sodium $15.15
200 Watt high pressure sodium $23.82
* 175 Watt mercury vapor  $15.15
* 400 Watt mercury vapor $27.17
* 200 Watt HPS floodlight  $26.86
* 250 Watt HPS floodlight $28.26
* 400 Watt HPS floodlight  $35.33
250 Watt Metal Halide floodlight  $29.69
400 Watt Metal Halide floodlight  $36.75
1000 Watt Metal Halide floodlight  $63.60

 

LED Flood Lights   Rate per month ($)
250 Watt Metal Halide Equivalent $28.20
400 Watt Metal Halide Equivalent $34.91
1000 Watt Metal Halide Equivalent $60.42

 

Poles:   Rate per month ($)
Wood Pole $ 4.67
Concrete Pole $ 8.53
*Steel Pole (concrete foundation) $21.88

*These charges are applicable to existing fixtures only.

 

N-11 Street Lighting

That category of Customers renting street lighting from NB Power.

Light Emitting Diode (LED) Rate Per Year ($)
100 Watt HPS Equivalent $167.72
150 Watt HPS Equivalent $239.64
200 Watt HPS Equivalent $287.22
400 Watt HPS Equivalent $384.14

 

 

Other Luminaires  Mean Output (Lumens) Rate Per Year ($)
Mercury Vapor    
* 175 Watt  7500 $182.29
* 250 Watt 11100 $253.65
* 400 Watt 19800 $355.15
Low Pressure Sodium    
* 180 Watt 
33000  $353.62
High Pressure Sodium (HPS)    
* 70 Watt   5500  $143.17
100 Watt   8500  $182.29
150 Watt  14400  $260.48
200 Watt  19800  $312.19
*250 Watt  27000  $355.15
400 Watt  45000  $417.52

* These charges are applicable to existing fixtures only.

 

Pole

That category of Customers renting poles from NB Power

Rate per pole / per year
Wood pole $ 56.04
Concrete pole $102.36
*Steel pole (direct burial) $102.36
*Steel pole (concrete foundation) $262.56
*Aluminum pole (concrete foundation) $262.56

* These charges are applicable to existing poles only.

 

N-12 Customer Facility Rate Schedule

Customer Owned Street and Area Lighting

That category of Customers owning street and area lighting.

Light Emitting Diode (LED)
Range (Watts) Rate Per Year ($)
1-25  $ 14.39
26-50  $ 28.78
51-75  $ 43.17
76-100  $ 57.56
101-125  $ 71.95
126-150 $ 86.34
151-175  $100.73
176-200  $115.12
201-225  $129.52
226-250  $143.90
251-275  $158.29
276-300  $172.68
301-325  $187.07
326-350  $201.46
351-375  $215.85
376-400  $230.24
401-425  $244.63
426-450  $259.02
451-475  $273.41
476-500  $287.80

 

Incandescent
Lamp Wattage Rate Per Year ($)  
 100 Watt  $ 58.13
 200 Watt $117.04
 300 Watt  $175.16
 500 Watt  $280.80

 

Mercury Vapor
Lamp Wattage Rate Per Year ($)
 100 Watt  $ 70.31
 125 Watt  $ 86.52
 175 Watt  $117.04
 250 Watt  $161.57
 400 Watt  $255.78
 700 Watt  $435.71
1000 Watt  $618.60

 

Low Pressure Sodium
Lamp Wattage Rate Per Year ($)
 90 Watt  $ 66.66
 135 Watt  $ 95.09
 180 Watt  $119.45

 

High Pressure Sodium
Lamp Wattage Rate Per Year ($)
  70 Watt  $ 57.50
 100 Watt  $ 76.09
 150 Watt  $102.55
 200 Watt  $141.03
 250 Watt  $162.59
 400 Watt $255.79
1000 Watt  $614.12

The above charges apply to photo-controlled lights operating from dusk to dawn. The energy charges for lights operating from dusk to 1:30 a.m. and controlled by a time switch shall be 50% of the above rates.

 

Customer Owned Outdoor Recreational Lighting

That category of Customer owning metered outdoor lighting which operates only during the period April through November.

Service Charge Energy Charge

$23.79 per Billing Period

13.69¢ per kWh for first 5000 kWh per Billing Period
  9.71¢ per kWh for balance kWh per Billing Period

The above rate is available to Customers with outdoor recreation lighting. Examples of Customers on this rate include: baseball parks, soccer fields, tennis courts. Customers who have non-lighting requirements on the same service, e.g. water heaters, can also qualify for this rate if the connected non-lighting load is less than 20 kilowatts.

Customers on this rate who use electricity, other than for standby load and control equipment heating, during December through March will be assessed demand charges for each month, including the preceding April through November, in which electricity is used. The demand charges will be assessed at the General Service I Rate. Failure to pay demand charges will result in the Customer being placed on the General Service I Rate.

 

N-13 Authorization

The changes in the rates, tolls and charges contained in Sections N and O of this manual, dated March 31, 2021, are made under the authority of the New Brunswick Electricity Act effective October 1, 2013.

 

 

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