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      10. Power factor

      PF= (237000+497525+67550)/ [(237000+497525+67550)2 +2058002]0.5=802375/828347=96.86

      12. Unique charges

      Distribution = kWMax/AnoMovil * 55.81 (cost in division for tariff GDMTH) = 105648.33 $/kW

      Transmission = Energy Consumed (B/I/P) * 0.1663 for all three periods = 133434.97 $/kWh

      CENACE = Energy Consumed (B/I/P) * 0.0078 for all three periods = 6258.53 $/kWh

      Capacity = Max Demand during Peak * 357.05 (cost in division for tariff GDMTH) = 566281.3

      SCnMEM = 0054 (other NonMEM costs) * Energy Consumed (B/P/I) = 4331.83

      13. Power Factor cost benefit or penalty

      Calculated from the total amount of fixed costs and energy.

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