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IS - 1 - Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

RAPPAHANNOCK ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE

Fredericksburg, Virginia

INTERRUPTIBLE SERVICE RIDER

SCHEDULE IS-1

I. AVAILABILITY

Available in all territory served by the Cooperative, subject to the Terms and

Conditions of the Cooperative on file with the Virginia State Corporation

Commission.

II.

APPLICABILITY

Applicable upon request to Customers taking service under Schedule LP-1 and

having at least 50 kW of interruptible load. All provisions of LP-1 are still applicable.

Schedule IS-1 is not applicable as a rider to Schedule LP-1-RA The Customer shall

pay to the Cooperative charges in accordance with Schedule EF based on the cost

of furnishing and installing all additional equipment required to receive the benefits

of Schedule IS-1.

III.

TYPE OF SERVICE

Multi-phase, 60 hertz, at available voltage.

IV.

MONTHLY INTERRUPTIBLE DEMAND CREDIT

$5.99 per kW of Interruptible Demand. The interruptible demand credit shall not

apply unless the Customer’s interruptible demand is at least 50 kW.

V. DETERMINATION OF INTERRUPTIBLE DEMAND

The Monthly Interruptible Demand shall be calculated by subtracting the maximum

60-minute kilowatt load of the Customer occurring during periods of interruption

during the month from the ESS billing demand calculated in accordance with

section VI-B of Schedule LP-1; provided, however, the recorded demands for the

month must indicate that the Customer’s maximum 60-minute kilowatt load was at

least 50 kW less than the demand measured in the hour prior to or following the

corresponding period of interruption during at least fifty percent (50%) of the periods

of interruption during the month.

Schedule IS-1

Effective: On All Bills Issued on and After November 1, 2009


Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

Schedule IS-1

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VI.

PERIODS OF INTERRUPTION

Notice of period of interruption will be by a signal provided by the Cooperative’s

Load Management System, telephone, or other appropriate means.

The period of interruption shall begin:

1. At the beginning of the next following clock hour if the control signal is

sent five (5) to fifteen (15) minutes before the end of the hour; or

2. Five (5) minutes after the control signal is sent, if the signal is sent at any

other time; or

3. A mutually agreed upon time by phone or other appropriate means.

The period of interruption shall end:

1. Fifteen (15) minutes after the last control signal is sent; or

2. A mutually agreed upon time by phone or other appropriate means.

If the period of interruption is less than an hour, it is a partial control period and the

hourly demand shall be prorated accordingly. Under special circumstances to be

determined solely by the Cooperative and applied uniformly to all Customers

receiving service under this Schedule, these partial control periods and other

periods of interruption, or portions thereof, may be considered invalid if it is to the

Customer’s advantage to do so. It is always the responsibility of the Customer to

interrupt its load.

Schedule IS-1

Effective: On All Bills Issued on and After November 1, 2009

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