Schedule MSL - Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

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Schedule MSL - Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

RAPPAHANNOCK ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE

Fredericksburg, VA

STREET AND HIGHWAY LIGHTING SERVICE – NT

SCHEDULE MSL

I. COOPERATIVE-OWNED AND MAINTAINED EQUIPMENT

A. Availability

Available in the territory acquired by the Cooperative in Case No. PUE-2009-00101,

subject to the Terms and Conditions of the Cooperative on file with the Virginia State

Corporate Commission.

B. Applicability

Applicable for lighting service sold for the lighting of public streets, public highways

and other public outdoor areas where such service can be supplied from the existing

general distribution system.

This schedule is also applicable within private property that is open to the general

public, such as private walkways, streets, and roads, when the property and

buildings are under common ownership and when supply from the Cooperative's

distribution system is directly available and when lighting service is contracted for by

the owner thereof. The rating of lamps in lumens is for identification and shall

approximate the manufacturer's standard rating.

C. Monthly Rate

1. Distribution Delivery Charges:

Monthly Distribution:

Type of Fixture – Overhead Supply

Delivery Charge

High Pressure Sodium (HPS) – Wood Pole

70 Watt HPS $ 7.68

100 Watt HPS $ 7.93

200 Watt HPS $ 13.55

400 Watt HPS $ 16.51

High Pressure Sodium (HPS) – Metal Pole

400 Watt HPS $ 25.58

Mercury Vapor (MV) – Wood Pole (restricted to installations as of October 1, 1993)

175 Watt MV $ 7.40

Mercury Vapor (MV) – Wood Pole (restricted to installations as of October 3, 1991)

250 Watt MV $ 10.71

400 Watt MV $ 12.29

Schedule MSL

Effective: On All Bills Issued on and After June 1, 2010


Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

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1. Distribution Delivery Charge – Monthly Distribution (continued)

Mercury Vapor (MV) – Metal Pole (restricted to installations as of October 3, 1991)

250 Watt MV $ 20.80

400 Watt MV $ 22.21

Type of Fixture – Underground Supply

High Pressure Sodium (HPS)

Delivery Charge

Standard Pole – Low Mounting

70 Watt HPS $ 17.04

100 Watt HPS $ 17.31

Standard Pole – High Mounting

100 Watt HPS $ 20.51

200 Watt HPS $ 22.08

400 Watt HPS $ 25.58

Rectangular Enclosed – Standard Pole – High Mounting

100 Watt HPS $ 31.17

200 Watt HPS $ 32.73

400 Watt HPS $ 34.63

Rectangular Enclosed – Multiple units for each additional fixture per pole

100 Watt HPS $ 15.17

200 Watt HPS $ 16.75

400 Watt HPS $ 18.65

Mercury Vapor (MV)

Standard Pole – Low Mounting (restricted to installations as of October 1, 1993)

175 Watt MV $ 12.14

Standard Pole – High Mounting (restricted to installations as of October 3, 1991)

250 Watt MV $ 20.80

400 Watt MV $ 22.22

All lamps are lighted from dusk to dawn every night, or for approximately 4,200 hours

per annum. However, at the request of the Customer, individual lamps may be

operated continuously 24 hours per day. The monthly rate for each light

continuously operated shall be the applicable rate above, plus 60% of the base

overhead supply wood pole monthly rate.

Schedule MSL

Effective: On All Bills Issued on and After June 1, 2010


Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

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1. Distribution Delivery Charge – Monthly Distribution (continued)

When the circuit length exceeds 150 feet per light, there will be an additional

monthly charge of $0.013 per foot for each foot of span length. (This provision

is restricted to locations served as of December 13, 1985.)

2. Electricity Supply Service Charges:

Type of Fixture Lumen kWh/Month Monthly Charge

70 Watt HPS 5,800 Lumen 37 kWh $0.77

100 Watt HPS 9,500 Lumen 51 kWh $1.06

200 Watt HPS 22,000 Lumen 86 kWh $1.81

400 Watt HPS 50,000 Lumen 167 kWh $3.53

175 Watt MV 8,150 Lumen 74 kWh $1.57

250 Watt MV 11,500 Lumen 103 kWh $2.16

400 Watt MV 21,500 Lumen 162 kWh $3.42

D. Levelized Purchased Power Factor

All kilowatt-hours under this schedule will be adjusted as per Schedule LPPF through

June 30, 2011.

E. Wholesale Power Cost Adjustment

All kilowatt-hours under this schedule will be adjusted as per Schedule WPCA-1-NT

beginning July 1, 2011.

F. Term of Contract

Ten (10) years initially for Distribution Delivery Charges, renewable annually

thereafter.

G. General

For installations on or after December 13, 1985, the Customer will pay the estimated

cost for all facilities not included in the Cooperative's standard installation.

When lighting equipment is replaced or relocated at the Customer's request before

the end of the term of the agreement, with equipment of like or lesser lumen output,

the Customer shall pay the removal costs for the old facilities and the installation

costs of the new facilities.

Schedule MSL

Effective: On All Bills Issued on and After June 1, 2010


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G. General (continued)

When the Cooperative supplies service for underground installations, the Customer

shall pay for, or at the option of the Cooperative, supply the cost for any excavating,

backfilling, reconstructing and resurfacing necessary for the installation and

maintenance of the underground cable.

The standard overhead installation includes mounting street light equipment on an

existing wood pole carrying secondary circuits. The standard overhead supply-metal

pole and underground supply-standard pole installation includes one pole per light.

The Customer is responsible for all the costs associated with furnishing and installing

any concrete bases for poles. Such installation shall be made to Cooperative

specifications and in a manner acceptable to the Cooperative.

When a new street lighting distribution system is required or whenever the Customer

requests an installation that is not in conformity with the standard installation, the

Customer shall pay the following:

1. For distribution facilities -- estimated installed cost of distribution facilities in

excess of those normally supplied by the Cooperative to make service

available.

2. For street light equipment -- Cooperative's excess investment in special poles

or fixtures over that of standard equipment, with the maintenance of the special

equipment subject to:

(1) time and ability to obtain replacement, and

(2) advance payment of the then excess cost over standard for each

replacement.

3. For bridges and subway lighting -- the Cooperative will supply poles, fixtures

and circuit with the Customer supplying conduit, raceways, and other

necessary equipment including maintenance thereof.

II.

CUSTOMER-OWNED AND MAINTAINED EQUIPMENT - COMPANY SUPPLIES

UNMETERED ENERGY

A. Availability

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

Conditions of the Cooperative on file with the Virginia State Corporate Commission.

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

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Schedule MSL

Effective: On All Bills Issued on and After June 1, 2010


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B. Applicability

Applicable for lighting service sold for the lighting of public streets, public highways

and other public outdoor areas consisting of Customer-owned foundations, posts,

brackets, and luminaires, when the electric energy supplied to such equipment is

unmetered and furnished by the Cooperative from the existing general Distribution

System.

This schedule is also applicable within private property, such as private walkways,

streets, roads, and when supply from the Cooperative's Distribution System is

directly available and when lighting service is contracted for by the owner thereof.

The rating of lamps in lumens is for identification and shall approximate the

manufacturer's standard rating.

Available for high pressure sodium light sources only and are served from a low

voltage (120 volt) electric circuit.

The rate is not available to serve Customer-owned lighting systems in an area where

there will be a mix of Cooperative-owned and Customer-owned systems.

C. Monthly Rate

1. Distribution Delivery Charges:

Monthly Distribution:

Member Owned Fixture – High Pressure Sodium

Delivery Charge

70 Watt HPS $3.72

100 Watt HPS $3.99

200 Watt HPS $5.56

400 Watt HPS $8.52

2. Electricity Supply Service Charges:

Type of Fixture Lumen kWh/Month Monthly Charge

70 Watt HPS 5,800 Lumen 37 kWh $0.77

100 Watt HPS 9,500 Lumen 51 kWh $1.06

200 Watt HPS 22,000 Lumen 86 kWh $1.81

400 Watt HPS 50,000 Lumen 167 kWh $3.53

When the Customer's equipment is intermediate in size to those listed above, the

Customer shall pay the monthly rate applicable to the next larger size.

D. Levelized Purchased Power Factor

All kilowatt-hours under this schedule will be adjusted as per Schedule LPPF through

June 30, 2011.

Schedule MSL

Effective: On All Bills Issued on and After June 1, 2010


Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

Schedule MSL

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E. Wholesale Power Cost Adjustment

All kilowatt-hours under this schedule will be adjusted as per Schedule WPCA-1-NT

beginning July 1, 2011.

F. Term of Contract

Service is sold under this schedule for a minimum period of thirty (30) days for

Distribution Delivery Charges.

G. Responsibilities

The Customer is responsible for furnishing and installing all street lighting equipment,

which includes posts, foundations, brackets, and luminaires complete with ballasts,

light sensitive switches, and lamps using equipment approved and installed in a

manner acceptable to the Company. All Customer-owned lighting equipment is to be

installed prior to connection to the Cooperative's service circuits. All maintenance of

the Customer's lighting equipment shall be the responsibility of the Customer. The

Cooperative will furnish, install, connect, own, and maintain the electric service

circuits required to connect the Customer's lighting equipment to the Cooperative's

Distribution System. If the Customer requests and the Cooperative agrees, the

Cooperative may install all Customer-owned lighting equipment at the Customer's

expense.

If the Cooperative is called to do maintenance on Customer-owned lighting

equipment, a charge will be made for time and materials required to do said

maintenance. Also, the Customer is responsible for providing non-standard material.

H. Connection/Disconnection Fee

The fee for connecting or disconnecting a street light shall be $15.00 per light with a

$40.00 minimum per trip. Any work required in addition to that of connecting or

disconnecting a light will be charged to the Customer based on the estimated cost to

do the work.

I. Removal Charge

Cooperative-owned facilities, which are no longer needed to provide service to the

Customer's lighting system, will be removed by the Cooperative. If the removal

involves more than disconnecting the Customer's equipment as covered under II. G.,

the Customer will be charged the estimated cost to remove the Cooperative's

equipment. Removal of the Customer-owned equipment shall be at the Customer's

expense.

Schedule MSL

Effective: On All Bills Issued on and After June 1, 2010

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