Industries Electric Market-Based Rates
Sample MBR XML
You can use a text editor, such as Notepad, to create an .xml file. Standard word processors and other similar software may not work well.
You can use the copy command to copy text from your source tariff file (.rtf, .doc, .pdf, etc.) and paste into the <record_plain_text> field.
Standard short-form MBR tariffs are typically one record, submitted as an .rtf file.
Your proposed effective date should not be before the date of filing.
You need to obtain a binary 64 converter for the binary fields. Binary 64 converters can be found online. These converters will convert word processing documents, including formatting codes, into binary text fields, so your tariff and documents can be displayed properly. Be aware that this will look like meaningless text.
When encoding your attachments and tariff records, set the encoder to UTF-8 character set.