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  1. Select the appropriate seasonal crossover calculation method from the drop-down list. Crossover methods are used when a bill starts in one season and ends in another.

    • Start Date The entire bill is forced into one season based upon its start date. Example: If a bill begins in winter, the entire bill is calculated as if it were in winter.

    • End Date The entire bill is forced into one season based upon its end date. Example: If a bill ends in summer, the entire bill is calculated as if it were in summer.

    • Majority of Days The entire bill is forced into one season based upon which season contains more billing days. Example: If 20 days of a bill are in the summer season and 10 days are in winter, the entire bill, all 30 days, is calculated as if it were a summer bill.

    • Prorate The bill is split into two distinct sub-bills based upon billing period days. Each sub-bill is then prorated for the billing period length and added together to determine total cost. Example: If 20 days of a bill are in the summer season and 10 days are in winter, 20 days are calculated with the summer rate and 10 days are calculated with the winter rate.

    • Split Only used with meter data, creates two sub-bills.

  2. Continue building the rate. Each portion of the rate, customer charge, demand charge, energy charge, etc., has a season definition portion.