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Annex A to Appendix G

OMB No. 1901-0250

(Expires 118083) Standard Remittance Advice for Payment of Fees

U.S. Department of Energy
Energy Information Administration
Form NWPA-830G

Annex A Instructions

Q General Information Q1 Purpose: To repon the calculations of lees due the Department of Energy's Nuclear Waste Fund. 02 Phan read al Instructions before completing this form. 0.3 Comploto separate Annex Alor cach nuclear station. For a nuclear station that has different ownership arrangements for more than one reactor, a separate Amex A will be required for each reactor. 24 Submit Annex A Quartorty with Appendix G. 25 Whore to submit:

U.S. DOE, Office of the Controller
Special Accounts & Payroll Division
(C-216 GTN), Box 500
Gormantown, MD 20875-0500

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Section 1. Identification Information: (Solltenplanation) Section 2 Mer Electricity Genernted Catoutatio 21 Unit ID Code: Enter the Reactor Unit Identification (ID) Code as assigned by DOE, for each reactor in the station

2.2 Gross Thermal Energy Generated (MWh): Utility shall report the thermal output of the nuclear steam supply system during the grous houn d he reporting period.

23 Gros Electricity Generated (MWh): Utility shall report this amount for each unit in the appropriate column, and the total in the column labeled "Station Total. This amount is measured at the outout terminals of the ganerator during the reporting period

24 Nuclear Station Vs. Whilo At Least One Nuclear Unit to In Service (MWh): Utility shall report this amount for each unit in the appropriate column, and the total in the column called "Station Total." The ublity is to report consumption of electricity by the nuclear portion of the station during days in which at least one of the station's nuclear units was on-line and producing electricity. A utility unable to meter an individual unit shall report the estimated unit use, and shall explain in item 2.7 how the unit data were estimated. Note that:

A. During days in which nuclear station use exceeds nuclear station generation, the utility shall treat all resulting negative values as zero for lee calculation purposes. B. A utility that has multiple nuclear units at one station:

when at least 1 nuclear unit is operating and when generation from that unit exceeds the nuclear station's use, the utility may assume that the operating unit is supplying electricity for nuclear station use whether or not the electricity has been metered separately or the units terminate to a common electrical busbar, and

• shall report under item 2.5 any electricity use by the nudear portion of the station during the days in which al nuclear units at the station were out of service simultaneously..

C. A utility that has a metered transmission line connecting an of-station nuclear reactor with another nuclear station may treat the offstation plant as part of this station for tee calculation purposes if it is not double counted.

D. Utility may deduct small quantities of unmetered non-nuclear electricity generation included in "Gross, Electricity Generated," provided that it is identified and explained in dem 2.7.

E. A utility may deduct nuclear electricity generation which is not sold and does not pass the busbar, provided they identity and explain the deduction in item 2.7 and that the deduction is not double counted.

25 Nuclear Station Use While All Nuclear Units Are Out of Service (MWh): Utility shall report this amount for each unit in the appropriate column, and the total in the "Station Total column. In this row, the utility shall report the consumption of electricity by the nuclear portion of the station during days in which total nuclear unit use exceeds nuclear generation (e.g. a day in which all nuclear units at the station were out of service at once). Note that a utility unable to meter individual unit use will report estimated unit use, and shall explain in itern 2.7 how the unit data were estimated

26 Not Electricity Generated (wwh): The utility shall report this amount for each unit in the appropriate column, and the total in the "Station Totar column. This amount is the result of subtracting items 24 from items 23.

27 Footnoto (Utanyl: Vólities that are unable to møter individual und use shall explain hare how the unit data were estimated Section 1. Total Energy Adjustment Factor Calautation: The reporting utility shall obtain necessary data from all owners to calculate the Total Energy Adustment Factor and maintain consistone! accurate, and complete records to support those submissions. The values provided in this section must be courte b 4 signitant do there wro more than 12 owners, use a continuation shoot Faanud station with more than one reactor and different ownerships for de roctor, naperete Amax Awl be required for each rouctor. 21 Welghund Energy Adjustment Factor Calculation:

Norno al Nuctoar Sudon Owner(s): provide the name(s) in ams 1. hru 12 d3.1. Imore than 12 rames, use a contestonshost

Adjustment for Saloo to uldmate Consumer (ASC): is the product fraction d Salas bultimate Consumer (FSC) and the Sites time consume dustment FunSCAR

Fraction of Sales to uldmato Consumer (FSC): determined by dividing the owner's previous yoursomud salos b the utimet consumer by the sum of the owner's previous your mu Relas bheulime consumer plus the owner's previous yum sales for rosale. Theco quros can be found on the Energy hormation Administration (EIA) Form EIA-961 a the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Form No. 1.

Saloo to tuimato Consumer Adjustment Factor (SCAA: equal bone minus the quotient de dedicabantartherwin nderold broochowner, divided by the b alaction to disposition to

imate consuman. The bed alactidy available is the reporting you total of all of an owner's electricity supply which is available for disposition, expranadin kitowel hours. Esctrictylostor otherwise not sold indudes: (a) anary fumished without charge: (b) energy used by the company: (c) transmission losses; (d) distribution lossas;(e) char unaccounted losses as reported on the Form EIA-861 or the FERC Form No. 1.

Adjustment for Sales for Aesalo (ASR): In the product of Fraction of Sales for Resale (FSR) and National average Adjustment Factor (NAA.

Fraction of Sales for Rosale (FSR): is determined by dividing the owner's previous year's annual sales for resale by the sum of he owner's previous year's amual sales o he utimate consumer plus the owner's previous year's amual sales for resale. These loures can be found on the Form EIA-061 or the FERC Forn No. 1.

National average Adjustment Factor (NAF): is the quotient of the national total of electricity sold divided by the national btal of electricity available for disposition 1 Owner's Energy Adjustnent Factor (OEAH): is the Owner's taction de meterad electricity

Waighted Energy Adjustmont Factor (WEAF): is the product of an Owner's Energy Adustment Factor (OEAF) times the Owner's Share (OS)

32 Total Energy Adjustment Factor (TEAF): is the sum of individual owner's Weighted Energy Adjustment Factors (WEAR Section 4. Foo Calculation for Electricity Generatod and Sold:

4.1 Total Energy Adjustment Factor. Enter the value from item 32 as appropriate

42 Electricity Generated and Sold: Multiply the values in Item 4.1 by! the "Unil values in item 2.6. Sum these values and enter in Station Total.

43 Current Fee Due (Dollars): Multiply the values in item 4.2 byl one (1) dollar/megawatt hour (or 1.0 millkWh), which is the current loe. Add this station lee b the current lee due for all other reactors operated by the Purchaser, and then enter the sum on line 3.4 of the Appendix G Remittance Advice

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Please provide (as an attachment) a clear retorence to the methodology used to derive the bumup figures (computer codes, etc.) and a clear reference to all data used in the dort vation of those figures.

C. Total fee. (Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 1091-0260) (48 FR 16599, Apr. 18, 1983; 48 FR 23160, May 24, 1983, as amended at 52 FR 35359, Sept. 18, 1987; 66 FR 67659, Dec. 31, 1991)

PART 962-BYPRODUCT MATERIAL

Sec.
962.1 Scope.
962.2 Purpose.
962.3 Byproduct material.

AUTHORITY: The Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (42 U.S.C. 2011 et seq.); Energy Reorganization Act of 1974 (42 U.S.C. 5801 et seq.); Department of Energy Organization Act (42 U.S.C. 7101 et seq.); Nuclear Waste Policy Act (Pub. L. 97-425, 96 Stat. 2201).

SOURCE: 52 FR 15940, May 1, 1987, unless otherwise noted.

stances owned or produced by the Department of Energy pursuant to the exercise of its responsibilities under the Atomic Energy Act of 1954. This part does not affect materials defined as byproduct material under section lle(2) of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (42 U.S.C. 2014(e)(2)).

8962.1 Scope.

This part applies only to radioactive waste substances which are owned or produced by the Department of Energy at facilities owned or operated by or for the Department of Energy under the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (42 U.S.C. 2011 et seq). This part does not apply to substances which are not owned or produced by the Department of Energy.

8962.3 Byproduct material.

(a) For purposes of this part, the term byproduct material means any radioactive material (except special nuclear material) yielded in or made radioactive by exposure to the radiation incident to the process of producing or utilizing special nuclear material.

(b) For purposes of determining the applicability of the Resource Conservaapplicability of tion and Recovery Act (42 U.S.C. 6901 et seq.) to any radioactive waste substance owned or produced by the Department of Energy pursuant to the exercise of its atomic energy research, development, testing and production responsibilities under the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (42 U.S.C. 2011 et seq.), the words “any radioactive material," as used in paragraph (a) of this section, refer only to the actual radionuclides dispersed or suspended in the waste substance. The nonradioactive hazardous component of the waste substance will be subject to regulation under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.

8962.2 Purpose.

The purpose of this part is to clarify the meaning of the term "byproduct material" under section lle(1) of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (42 U.S.C. 2014(e)(1)) for use only in determining the Department of Energy's obligations under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (42 U.S.C. 6901 et seq.) with regard to radioactive waste sub

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