Moving Form for New Customers


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One photo ID such as a Driver's License or Passport and another piece of identification such as a Medicare Card or Birth Certificate.

For Business or Commercial accounts please submit proof of registered business such as: business registration, company business card, instruction for new account on company letterhead. 

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Requesting Service for the Following Address:

Requests for service received on a weekend or holiday will be processed the following business day.

Start of service can only be scheduled for weekdays, excluding holidays.

Mailing Address (if different than New Service Address):

Are you the owner or tenant of the new premises?

Electrical Services Terms of Service

POWER TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

POWER TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE


1) The customer agrees “premises” is meant to include not only the address mentioned in this agreement but may be any address at which the customer may at any time request the Commission to supply electricity under this classification and to take from the Commission all electrical energy required by the customer for service at such premises and to pay monthly for such service in accordance with rates in effect therefore from time to time and to commence payments within one month from date of connection.

2) The customer agrees to provide a convenient and safe space for the Commission’s meters, wires, water heaters and other rental equipment in or attached to said premises and shall not hold the Commission li able in damages as a result of the installation of such meters, wires, water heaters and other rental equipment and further agrees that no one who is not an agent of the Commission or otherwise lawfully entitled to do so, shall be permitted to remove, inspect or tamper with the same and that the properly authorized agents of the Commission shall, at all reasonable hours have free and unobstructed access to the said premises for the purpose of reading, examining, repairing, delivery or removal of their said meters, wires, water heaters and other rental equipment and the customer shall not hold the Commission liable for damages as the result of removal of such meters, wires, water heaters and other rental equipment.

3) All meters, wires, water heaters and other rental equipment shall be in the care and custody of the customer and if destroyed or damaged by any means other than ordinary wear and tear, such as explosion, fire, floods, etc. and or damaged by any act or default of the customer, the customer shall be liable to pay the Commission the value of such equipment or at the option of the Commission, the cost of repairing or replacing the same.

4) The customer hereby expressly authorizes and empowers the Commission at its option to remove all meters, water heaters and other rental equipment installed at its expense and cut off the supply of electricity and terminate this agreement whenever any bills for said service are in arrears and upon violation by the Customer of any of the terms and conditions of this agreement.

5) The customer, if a tenant, agrees that the Commission will not be held liable to damages incurred due to the violation by the landlord of any of these conditions.

6) The Commission agrees to use reasonable diligence in providing a regular and uninterrupted supply of electricity, but does not guarantee a constant supply of electricity and will not be liable in damages to the customer for something that is beyond the ability of the Commission to control by reasonable and practical effort. The Commission shall have the right at reasonable times and - when possible - after the customer has been notified to discontinue the supply of electric power for the purpose of making repairs, renewals or replacements to meters, wires, water heaters and other rental equipment; or whenever default is made in payment of any indebtedness to the Commission whether incurred under a contract or otherwise or whenever default is made in giving security when requested or upon the violation by the customer of any of the terms or conditions of this contract; and in any event this contract shall thereupon terminate. Such interruptions shall not relieve the customer of any of their obligations under this contract.

7) This agreement shall not be binding upon the Commission until accepted through its proper officer and none of its terms and conditions shall be modified or affected by any promise, agreement or representation by any agent or employee of the Commission unless incorporated in writing into this agreement before such acceptance.

8) The customer will provide all lines on the premises and all lines connecting premises with the point of delivery and maintain the same in efficient condition with the proper devices.

9) It is hereby declared that the equipment of the Commission on the premises of the customer shall be and remain the property of the Commission and shall not be or become fixtures and or part of the said premises of the customer. The equipment shall not form or be part of any security or be encumbered under any mortgage, charge, lien or other encumbrance of any kind or nature whatsoever of the premises of the customer or of anything therein contained; nor shall the equipment of the Commission be liable to be seized for arrears or taxes or under execution, bankruptcy proceeding or other legal processes against the customer. In the event that a customer, whether a company, corporation or an individual, should declare bankruptcy or suffer foreclosure, all equipment belonging to the Commission shall remain a possession of the Commission and shall not be included in the fixtures of the property in the event of a public auction.

10) The rental equipment of the Commission must be installed and used only for the purpose intended. In the case of water heaters, they shall not be used for heating the interior of a building or be connected to a furnace coil or other auxiliary means of heating.

11) The Commission assumes no risk and shall not be liable for any damages to property, furnishings, belongings or loss of revenue or personal injury resulting from the presence of its equipment on the customer’s premises or from an Act of God or from accidents or the negligence of other civic or similar agencies or persons beyond the control of the Commission.

12) The taking or using of any equipment rented from the Commission under this agreement shall constitute a binding contract between such person as a customer and the Commission to the same extent as if a written contract had been made, whether or not the customer’s signature is obtained and the customer shall be liable for payment thereof. The contract shall be binding upon the customer’s heirs, executors, administrators, successors or assigns and the vacating of the premises to which the rental equipment is supplied shall not release the customer from any obligation incurred in connection with this contract.

13) The terms of this contract shall be self-renewing from month to month and shall be in accordance with regulations of the Commission until cancelled by either party upon thirty days notice in writing. The Commission shall have the right at any time prior to the expiration of 30 days notice in writing from the customer or the owner of the premises delivered after the termination of the contract and the last extension thereof, to remove from the said premises any and all of its equipment supplied under this agreement.

14) All bills rendered under the terms of this contract, by the Commission to the customer shall become due and payable. If any bills remain unpaid for thirty days beyond the date of the bill, the Commission may disconnect the service until the bill is paid and the Commission will not be held liable in any way for the loss of any kind which the customer may suffer because of such disconnection. The Commission reserves the right to charge the customer the cost of reconnecting the service, should the service be disconnected for non-payment of a bill.

15) The Commission reserves the right to increase or decrease any fees, service charges or rates without advance notice to the customer and all present equipment and services will be subject to the rate change.

Is there a rental heat pump on the premises?

HEAT PUMP RENTAL & SERVICE ASSUMPTION AGREEMENT 

(the “Assumption Agreement”) 

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WHEREAS the undersigned has entered into an agreement of purchase and sale with an existing customer of Saint John Energy (the “Existing Customer”) for the purchase of the Premises; 

AND WHEREAS the Existing Customer is a party to a certain Heat Pump Rental, Installation and Service Contract (the “Original Agreement”) in respect of a heat pump(s) installed at the Premises; 

AND WHEREAS as a condition of closing the purchase of the Premises, the undersigned has agreed to assume the obligations of the Existing Customer under the Original Agreement on the terms set out in Saint John Energy’s current heat pump rental terms and conditions (the “Terms”) attached to this Assumption Agreement as Appendix A; 

Unless otherwise indicated herein, capitalized terms have the meanings set out in the Terms.  

NOW THEREFORE 

  1. The undersigned acknowledges that they have read the Heat Pump Rental Terms & Conditions in this agreement and acknowledge receipt of the associated heat pump Manual and he/she understands the contents thereof.  

  1. The undersigned agrees to assume and to be bound by, observe and perform, all terms, conditions and obligations of the Existing Customer in accordance with the Terms, as if the undersigned had been originally named therein as the Customer. 

  1. The undersigned acknowledges and agrees that the Existing Customer will, in accordance with this Assumption Agreement, be relieved of all of its covenants, agreements, obligations and liabilities under the Original Agreement from and after the Effective Date. 

  1. The undersigned shall sign such further and other documents, and shall do and perform and cause to be done and performed such further and other acts and things as may be necessary or requested by Saint John Energy in order to give full effect to this Assumption Agreement and every part hereof. 

 

Appendix A: Heat Pump Rental Terms and Conditions 

  1. Rental. The Customer agrees to rent from Saint John Energy and Saint John Energy agrees to rent to the Customer the heat pump(s) currently rented to the account number they will be assuming, together with all related equipment, including the exterior condenser unit, interior evaporator unit, line set, wiring, remote control and all other fittings, parts and connections supplied by Saint John Energy (collectively, the “Equipment”). Saint John Energy reserves the right to refuse to rent the Equipment where: i) the proposed installation site is unsafe and/or impractical; ii) Saint John Energy determines, at its sole discretion, that the Customer has an unacceptable payment history with Saint John Energy; iii) where the Equipment will be the only source of heating at the Premises; or iv) the rental is otherwise unacceptable to Saint John Energy. 

  1. Installation. A subcontractor of Saint John Energy (the “Installer”) will provide all standard labor and materials for installation of the Equipment. The Customer acknowledges that the Equipment must be installed as directed by the manufacturer of the Equipment and will require the installation of piping extending from the interior to the exterior of the Premises. By accepting installation of the Equipment, the Customer hereby agrees that Saint John Energy shall not be liable for any damages of any kind whatsoever caused directly or indirectly by the installation of the Equipment or resulting modification to the Premises. Any additional costs associated with a non-standard modification to the Premises, excessive installation materials, or an elevated installation location (as determined in the sole discretion of Saint John Energy) required in connection with the installation and thereafter, the maintenance of the Equipment, shall be the responsibility of the Customer.  

  1. Maintenance, Repair and/or Replacement. Saint John Energy/the Installer will provide periodic inspection as well as conduct maintenance, repairs and/or replace the Equipment as needed from time to time, as determined in their sole discretion (the “Services”). The Customer will promptly notify Saint John Energy if Services are required. Following such notice, and within a reasonable time during regular business hours, Saint John Energy/the Installer will provide the Services.  Saint John Energy or the Installer shall bear the costs for the Services unless such Services are due to (the “Excluded Events”):  

    (A) the Customer’s failure to maintain the Equipment in accordance with the instruction manual (the “Manual”) or otherwise from negligence, abuse, vandalism, tampering or modifications, alterations and/or repairs performed by unauthorized persons; 

    (B) a defect in materials, suitability, workmanship or design of the materials associated with the Equipment that were not provided for or installed by Saint John Energy or the Installer under this Agreement; or 

    (C) theft, fire, flood, wind, freezing, power failure, inadequate power supply, unusual atmospheric conditions, acts of war, acts of nature or other insurable risks. 

In the event that the Services are required due to an Excluded Event, the Customer shall be solely responsible for all costs associated therewith, including termination costs pursuant to the terms of this Agreement. 

  1. Access and Care. The Customer will provide to Saint John Energy/the Installer, and their representatives, employees and agents, reasonable access to the Equipment including access to the internal evaporator unit to perform the Services. The Customer shall not permit removal, relocation, alterations, or repair of or tampering with the Equipment without the written permission of Saint John Energy, except for repairs in case of emergency when it is impossible or impracticable to obtain permission. The Customer must notify Saint John Energy within 2 days after any emergency repairs have been made. 

  1. Policies, Terms & Conditions. This agreement and the provision of the Equipment and Services hereunder are subject to the policy and rates manual as adopted from time to time by Saint John Energy (available at www.sjenergy.com) (the “Policies”).  By entering into this Agreement, the Customer agrees that Saint John Energy may update the terms and conditions of this Agreement from time to time in its discretion, including but not limited to fees payable and customer obligations. Saint John Energy will provide notice by mail, email, or by posting the change of terms online.  The use of the Equipment and Services and payment of the Rental Payment by the Customer after the effective date of the change of terms will constitute the Customer’s acceptance of such amendment.  If the Customer does not agree to the change of terms or updated Policies, they may terminate this agreement in accordance with paragraph 10. 

  1. Customer Responsibilities. The Customer acknowledges receipt of the Manual and the Customer agrees to: 

    (A) make all payments under this agreement via a preauthorized payment plan and to provide to Saint John Energy updated account payment information and forms as may be requested from time to time— this term is only applicable to customers with a service address outside the city of Saint John, NB; 

    (B) read the Manual and ensure that at all times the Equipment is maintained in accordance with the provisions of the Manual, including but not limited to cleaning the filters on the Equipment;    

    (C) keep the exterior condenser unit, and the area above, below and around the exterior condenser unit, free of debris, ice, snow, vegetation or other material that could impede airflow through and around the Equipment; 

    (D) promptly call Saint John Energy regarding operating system issues that cannot be resolved through the troubleshooting section of the Manual or in the event of a malfunction such as a burning smell, or leakage of refrigerant; and 

    (E) maintain effective operation of the primary heating system(s) in all areas of the Premises. 
     

  2. Monthly Rental Payment. The Customer shall pay the following amount(s) to Saint John Energy for each rented Unit in accordance with the following table (the “Rental Payment”): 

Rate Code 

Description 

Rate ($/Month) 

Saint John Energy Customers 

HP4 

        9,000 BTU Heat Pump 

$ 50.22 per month 

HP5 

        12,000 BTU Heat Pump 

$ 50.73 per month 

HP6 

        15,000 BTU Heat Pump 

$ 51.25 per month 

HPD 

        15,000 BTU Floor Model Heat Pump 

$ 55.35 per month 

HPE 

        12,000 BTU Floor Model Heat Pump 

$ 53.81 per month 

HPF 

          9,000 BTU Floor Model Heat Pump 

$ 53.30 per month 

HPG 

        24,000 BTU Heat Pump 

$ 63.82 per month 

Customers Outside Saint John Energy Territory 

HP0 

        9,000 BTU Heat Pump 

$ 60.47 per month 

HP8 

        12,000 BTU Heat Pump 

$ 60.99 per month 

HP9 

        15,000 BTU Heat Pump 

$ 61.50 per month 

HPA 

        15,000 BTU Floor Model Heat Pump 

$ 65.60 per month 

HPB 

        12,000 BTU Floor Model Heat Pump 

$ 64.06 per month 

HPC 

          9,000 BTU Floor Model Heat Pump 

$ 63.55 per month 

HPH 

        24,000 BTU Heat Pump 

$ 77.29 per month 

 
which amount shall be due on the due date specified in the Customer’s Saint John Energy utility bill. Saint John Energy reserves the right to increase or decrease the Rental Payment in accordance with paragraph 5, and all present rentals will be subject to the rate change provided that the cumulative increase shall not be more than the annual increase in cost of living plus 3%. 

  1. Base Rental Period. The rental of the Equipment shall be subject to a base rental period of 36 months (the “Base Rental Period”) which shall commence on the date of the installation of the Equipment at the Premises (“Installation Date”).  At the end of the Base Rental Period and any date thereafter, the Customer may either (a) request removal of the Equipment as set forth in paragraph 10 and pay the associated removal fees in connection; or (b) leave the Equipment in place and continue to make Rental Payments due on the due date of the Customer’s monthly bill.  

  1. Termination. Saint John Energy may terminate this Agreement for the Customer’s failure to comply with any provision of this Agreement including the failure to pay any outstanding Rental Payments (a “Breach”). Upon a Breach, Saint John Energy has the right, but not the obligation, to terminate power to the Premises or the Equipment, to disconnect the Equipment, remove the Equipment and/or pursue any other remedies at law. Saint John Energy’s failure to exercise these rights is not a waiver of default or any future default.  Upon a Breach, the Customer shall pay the associated disconnection fees set out in the Policies (if applicable) and the applicable removal and termination fee set out in paragraph 10 . 

  1. Request for Removal and Termination Fees.  The Customer may cease renting the Equipment upon sixty (60) days’ notice to Saint John Energy and the customer’s payment of the following amounts: 

    (A) Prior to expiry of Base Rental Period. i) all payments which were due or overdue at the time of termination; plus ii) the sum of the remaining Rental Payments in the Base Rental Period; plus iii) the positive sum of the following: Number of Units x ($1,000.00 – ($6.94 x number of months since Installation Date)); 

    (B) After Base Rental Period. i) all payments which were due or overdue at the time of termination; plus ii) the positive sum of the following: Number of Units x ($1,000.00 – ($6.94 x number of months since Installation Date));  

  2. Customer Obligation on Removal. Upon a Termination Event, or upon a request by the Customer for removal of the Equipment in accordance with paragraph 10, the Customer shall arrange for the admittance of Saint John Energy/the Installer to the Premises for the purpose of removing the Equipment. Saint John Energy/the Installer shall not remove the line set connecting the exterior condenser unit and the interior evaporator unit—no repairs to the interior or exterior wall will be made. 

  1. Ownership of Equipment. The Equipment shall be and remain the property of Saint John Energy. The Equipment shall not form or be part of any security or be encumbered under any mortgage, charge, lien, or other encumbrance of any kind or nature whatsoever of the Premises nor shall the Equipment be liable to be seized for arrears or taxes, or under execution, bankruptcy proceeding or other legal process against the Customer. The Customer agrees and covenants that the Equipment shall remain movable personal property without the need for third party consent or waiver to remove the Equipment from the Premises. The Customer consents to the registration of Saint John’s Energy’s interest in the Equipment (in the discretion of Saint John Energy) including registrations on the real property and personal property registries under the laws of the Province of New Brunswick.  The Customer agrees to pay the applicable registration and discharge fees if and when incurred and waives the requirement for Saint John Energy to deliver any verification statement of such security registration(s) filed in respect of this Agreement. 

  1. Liability. Saint John Energy shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages to any persons or property resulting from or arising out of any installation, use, repair, delay in repairing, replacement, modification or removal of the Equipment, including, without limitation, any damages caused by water leakage, or in connection with Saint John Energy's supply of electricity to the Customer (including any interruption or disconnection thereof), and the Customer hereby agrees that their sole remedy is the repair and maintenance by Saint John Energy of the Equipment as provided herein.  

  1. Warranties. Except as expressly stated herein, or as provided by the manufacturer in the Manual, to the extent permitted by law, Saint John Energy expressly waives any and all warranties, express or implied, including the warranty of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. 

  1. Indemnification. The Customer shall indemnify and hold harmless Saint John Energy for any injury or damage to any persons or property, including the Equipment, arising from the installation or use of the Equipment and/or caused by any breach of this Agreement by the Customer or by the negligence of the Customer or of his or her household members, agents servants, employees, tenants, licensees, invitees, or independent contractors. The Customer shall not permit the removal, relocation, tampering with, alteration, modification or repairing of the Equipment or the removal or defacing of the nameplate identifying the Equipment as the property of Saint John Energy. 

  1. Insurance. During the entire term of rental, the Customer shall maintain property insurance on the property where the Equipment is installed. In the event that Equipment is damaged or destroyed, the Customer agrees it shall pay to Saint John Energy the balance of the undepreciated cost of the Equipment to Saint John Energy and the applicable termination fee in accordance with paragraph 10. 

  1. Sale of Premises. A sale of the premises where the Equipment is installed shall be considered a Termination as set forth in paragraph 10 unless the Customer arranges for the new owner to assume all of the Customer’s rights and obligations under this Agreement by execution of a Saint John Energy assumption agreement. The Customer shall notify Saint John Energy of any sale or transfer of the premises fourteen (14) days in advance of said sale. The Customer consents to the disclosure of this executed Agreement to the new owner. 

  1. Binding Effect. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective heirs, executors, legal representations, administrators, successors and assigns. The Customer agrees that no affirmation, representation or warranty by any agent, employee, or representative of Saint John Energy or the Installers shall bind Saint John Energy or be enforceable by the Customer unless it is specifically included in this Agreement. 

  1. Assignment. Saint John Energy may assign all or any portion of its rights, benefits and obligations under this Agreement to any third party.  

 

If you are interested in renting a heat pump please fill out our Home Assessment Form.


Is there a rental water heater on the premises?

WATER HEATER RENTAL TERMS OF SERVICE

1. The Customer shall be responsible for ensuring that the premises comply with and conform to all applicable laws and regulations in any way relating to the installation, possession, use, operation, repair, maintenance, servicing, and removal of the water heater. The Commission shall not be held liable for damages of any kind or nature whatsoever arising directly or indirectly from any failure of the Customer to comply with applicable laws and regulations. The Customer is solely responsible for conducting any inspections and/or modifications of the Customer’s premises, including related expenses necessary to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

2. The Customer agrees that the Commission shall not be liable to the Customer for damages of any kind whatsoever, caused directly or indirectly by any means, in connection with the Commission’s supply of electricity to the Customer (including any interruption or disconnection thereof), or the installation, possession, use, operation, repair, maintenance, servicing, and removal of the water heater, except to the extent that the damages were caused by the willful or negligent act of the Commission or the Commission’s employees or agents.

3. The Customer shall provide a convenient and safe place satisfactory to the Commission for the installation and maintenance of all its equipment for the water heater in, on or about the Customer’s premises. Unless he is an agent of the Commission or other person lawfully entitled to do so, no person shall withhold permission of the Commission remove, inspect or tamper with the aforementioned equipment, and the properly authorized agents of the Commission shall, at all reasonable hours have free and unobstructed access to the said premises for the purpose of the installation, delivery or maintenance of the said equipment.

4. All equipment of the Commission for water heater service on the Customer’s premises shall be in the care and custody of the Customer, and if destroyed by any means such as explosion, fires, floods etc. and/or damaged by any act or default of the Customer, the Customer shall be liable to pay the Commission the value of such equipment or, at the option of the Commission, the cost of repairing or replacing the same.

5. The Commission at its option may discontinue the supply of electrical energy for the service and remove all its equipment for the water heater service from the Customer’s premises whenever default is made in payment of any indebtedness to the Commission whether incurred under a Contract or otherwise or whenever default is made in giving security when requested or upon the violation by the Customer of any of the terms and conditions of the Contract; and in any event this Contract shall thereupon terminate.

6. The Customer shall, if requested by the Commission, provide and deposit with the Commission satisfactory security as a guarantee of payment of account for water heater rental or any other indebtedness of the Commission.

7. Subject to Clause 5 herein, this Contract shall continue in force for a period of 36 months from the date of any water heater installation, and thereafter from month to month until terminated by either party upon at least one month’s prior notice effective anytime, in writing, to the other party to that effect.

8. In the event of a Customer who has notified the Commission’s agent to disconnect the water heater, or whose water heater has been discontinued under the other clauses of this Contract, failing to arrange for the admittance of the Commission employees or agents, for the purpose of disconnecting the water heater and/or removing its equipment, the Customer shall pay for the water heater from the date of the last billing until the date of the final discontinuance.

9. The Commission reserves the right from time to time, as it deems advisable, to interrupt and discontinue the supply of electrical energy when necessary, but such interruptions shall not relieve the Customer from any of their obligations under this Contract. The Commission reserves the right to increase or decrease the water heater rental rate without any advance notice to the Customer, and all present water heater rentals will be subject to the change rate.

10. The Commission shall have the right, at any time prior to the expiration of 30 days’ notice in writing from the Customer or the Owner of the premises delivered after the termination of the Contract and the last extension thereof, to remove from the said premises any and all of its equipment supplied under this Agreement therein for the water heater.

11. The Contract shall not be binding upon the Commission until accepted by its through its proper officer and none of its terms and conditions shall be modified or waived by any agreement or representation of any agents or employee of the Commission unless by proper written authority.

12. The taking or using of the water heater by any person supplied by the Commission under this Agreement shall constitute a binding contract between such person as a Customer and the Commission to the same extent as if a written Contract had been made, whether or not the Customer’s signature is obtained and the Customer shall be liable for payment thereof. The Contract shall be binding upon the Customer’s heirs, executors, administrators, successors or assigns and the vacating of the premises to which the water heater is supplied shall not release the Customer from any obligation incurred in connection with the supply of the water heater.

13. It is hereby declared that the equipment of the Commission on the premises of the Customer for the water heater shall be and remain the property of the Commission and shall not be or become fixtures and/or part of the said premises of the Customer; the equipment shall not form or be part of any security or be encumbered under any mortgage, charge, lien, or other encumbrance of any kind or nature whatsoever of the premises of the Customer or of anything therein contained; nor shall the equipment of the Commission be liable to be seized for arrears or taxes, or under execution, bankruptcy proceeding or other legal process against the Customer.

14. In the event that a Customer, whether a company, corporation, or an individual, should declare bankruptcy or suffer foreclosure, all equipment belonging to the Commission shall remain a possession of the Commission and shall not be included in the fixtures of the property in the event of a public auction.

15. The rental equipment of the Commission must be installed and used only for the purpose intended, in supplying hot water. The misuse of the equipment, for heating the interior of a building, or being connected to a furnace coil or other auxiliary means of heating, is prohibited.

16. If no floor drain, the Commission or its agents, assume no risk and shall not be liable for any damages to property, furnishing, belongings or loss of revenue or personal injury in regards to the installation and operation of the water heater installed at the above address. I agree that the installation of the water heater contravenes the terms and conditions of the Commission’s water heater contract and may result in property damage should the water heater malfunction.

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