Re: Case Nos. 9056/9064: Supplement 488 to P.S.C. Md. E-6: Rider 29 Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment

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1 Jason M. B. Manuel Director, Pricing & Tariffs P.O. Box 1475 Baltimore, Maryland Fax September 1, 2011 Terry J. Romine, Executive Secretary Public Service Commission of Maryland William Donald Schaefer Tower 6 St. Paul Street, 16 th Floor Baltimore, MD Re: Case Nos. 9056/9064: Supplement 488 to P.S.C. Md. E-6: Rider 29 Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment Dear Ms. Romine: Baltimore Gas and Electric Company ( BGE or Company ) files herewith Supplement 488 to P.S.C. Md. E-6 of the Retail Electric Service Tariff. This Supplement establishes Rider 29 Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment. The purpose of this Rider is to recover from Schedules G and GS Type II customers the Standard Offer Service (SOS) costs above those limited by their total bill increase of 15 percent for the period June 1 August 30, 2008 ( mitigation costs ). Further, this Rider credits to all nonresidential customers the same mitigation costs they were required to incur during this period. Background On May 1, 2008, BGE filed Supplement 414 to P.S.C. Md. E-6 of the Retail Electric Service Tariff (Mail Log # ). This filing included implementation of the expanded definition for Type II customer eligibility pursuant to Order No , issued November 8, In addition, the filing presented revised Type II SOS rates for the June 1 August 31, 2008 billing period, based upon the results of the SOS procurement approved by the Maryland Public Service Commission ( PSC or Commission ) in Order No issued April 25, 2008 in the above-referenced Cases. In a May 16, 2008 Letter Order, the Commission suspended portions of the BGE filing affecting the SOS rates of the New Type II Customers (Schedules G and GS). The Order directed BGE to file substitute tariff pages with SOS rates effective June 1 August 31, 2008 that limited the total average bill increase to 15 percent for the New Type II Customers, compared to the same period in The Order also directed the Company to recover the Estimated Mitigation Costs from all non-residential customers through an adjustment to each rate class distribution charge

2 Terry J. Romine, Executive Secretary September 1, 2011 Page 2 for the June 1 August 31, 2008 rate-effective period. The Estimated Mitigation Costs represented the total revenue difference between the full Type II Market-Priced SOS rates for Schedules G and GS and the mitigated 15 percent bill increase imposed by the Order. The Commission approved BGE s revised tariff in a June 6, 2008 Letter Order. The Maryland Energy Group (MEG) and RG Steel Sparrows Point, LLC objected to the Commission s Orders, contending that the PSC was without authority to cap the SOS rate for new Type II customers and shift a portion of that SOS price to large commercial customers through the non-bypassable distribution charge. The May 16 and June 6, 2008 Letter Orders were subsequently invalidated by the Maryland Court of Appeals on September 17, The case was then remanded to the PSC for further proceedings consistent with the Court s Opinion. On August 19, 2011, representatives from BGE, MEG, RG Steel and PSC Staff met before the Commission. Reversing the original 2008 mitigation and recovery adjustments, the Commission s Bench Order requires: 1. A twelve-month assessment of the mitigation charge for Schedules G and GS Type II customers for the period October 2011 September 2012; 2. A twelve-month credit of the mitigation charge for all non-residential customers for the period October 2011 September 2012; 3. Inclusion of simple interest on the actual mitigated revenue based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI): Urban Consumer All Items ( =100); and 4. A final true-up of the mitigation adjustment at the end of the effective period, the duration to be determined by the PSC based on the magnitude of the trueup amount. The final true-up amount will also reflect the interest accrued during the October 2011 September 2012 credit period based on the actual monthly CPI. Proposed Rider 29 The spreadsheet in Attachment 1 shows the Schedules G and GS Type II adjustments applicable to the SOS rates. In addition, the Attachment includes the offsetting credit of the mitigation costs applied to all non-residential customers. Attachment 2 provides background for the interest calculation based on Consumer Price Indices. The proposed Rider 29 - Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment and associated Tariff pages, Attachment 3, formalize the process as specified in Commission s Bench Order and include the Mitigation Cost Charges and Credits for the October 1, 2011 September 30,

3 Terry J. Romine, Executive Secretary September 1, 2011 Page rate-effective period. The Rider also includes a provision for the final true-up of the mitigation cost adjustment. BGE respectfully requests that this matter be considered at the September 28, 2011 administrative meeting. Respectfully submitted, Jason M. B. Manuel Attachments

4 Attachment 1 Baltimore Gas & Electric Company Case Nos. 9056/ Rate Mitigation Recovery Type II Charge Forecasted Oct '11 - Sep '12 Actual Mitigated Accumulated Total Mitigated SOS Mitigation Type II Sales (kwh) SOS Revenue Interest SOS Revenue Recovery - $/kwh Schedule G Type II 649,699,188 $ 6,642,756 $ 254,825 $ 6,897,581 $ Schedule GS Type II 30,605, ,687 15, , Total 680,304,513 $ 7,036,443 $ 269,927 $ 7,306,370 Distribution Credit Forecasted Oct '11 - Sep '12 Actual Mitigated Accumulated Total Mitigated SOS Mitigation Non-Res. Sales (kwh) SOS Revenue Interest SOS Revenue Credit - $/kwh Non-Residential Sales 18,979,111,369 $ 7,036,443 $ 269,927 $ 7,306,370 ($ )

5 Attachment 2 Baltimore Gas & Electric Company Case Nos. 9056/ Rate Mitigation Recovery Jun '08 Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan '09 Feb Mar * Apr May Jun Rider 29 Recovery $2,244,687 2,293,968 2,639, Cumulative Recovery Subject to Interest $2,244,687 $4,538,655 $7,178,472 $7,178,472 $7,178,472 $7,178,472 $7,178,472 $7,178,472 $7,178,472 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 CPI Change in CPI Month-end Interest (Simple) $20, $39, $11, $2, $63, $129, $56, $19, $33, $10, $7, $9, $47, Jul '09 Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan '10 Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Rider 29 Recovery Cumulative Recovery Subject to Interest $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 CPI Change in CPI Month-end Interest (Simple) $8, $24, $14, $15, $16, $6, $9, $3, $1, $ $9, $14, $24, Aug '10 Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan '11 Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Rider 29 Recovery Cumulative Recovery Subject to Interest $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 $7,036,443 CPI Change in CPI Month-end Interest (Simple) $14, $11, $17, $8, $30, $27, $38, $38, $29, $11, $15, $35, $6, $5, $269, * True-up Adjustment Aug and Sep forecasted CPI

6 Attachment 3

7 Supplement 488 Red-lined Tariff Pages

8 Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Electric Retail 43 GENERAL SERVICE ELECTRIC SCHEDULE G Availability: For use for all purposes where the Customer does not qualify for any of the Company's other rate schedules. Delivery Voltage: Service at Secondary Distribution Systems voltages. It is also available for customers receiving Primary service under this Schedule on or before January 1, 1987 or for a new customer who locates to an existing facility served at Primary Systems voltages where the customer does not qualify for other Primary service rate schedules. Monthly Net Rates: Delivery Service Customer Charge: $ per month, Less: Competitive Billing (where applicable) $ 0.47 per month, plus, (see Section 7.7 for details) Energy Charges: Generation and Transmission Market-Priced Service Charges can be found on and Rider 1 Standard Offer Service. Delivery Service Charge (Secondary): $/kwh Delivery Service Charge (Primary): $/kwh (Excludes Rider 10 Administrative Cost Adjustment ) Minimum Charge: Net Delivery Service Customer Charge. Billing Seasons: Summer rates are billed for the four billing periods ending June through September. Non-Summer rates are billed for the eight billing periods ending October through May. Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: The initial term of contract is 2 years where additional main facilities are required for supply. Otherwise, the term of contract is one year. After the initial term of contract, the contract may be terminated by at least 30 days' notice from the Customer. Subject to Riders applicable as listed below: 2. Electric Efficiency Charge 19. Demonstration and Trial Installation 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges. 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 4. Budget Billing 22. Minimum Charge for Short-Term Uses 5. Controlled Air Conditioning Service 23. Advanced Meter Services 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 24. Load Response Program 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Request 25. Monthly Rate Adjustment 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 26. Peak Time Rebate 13. Change of Schedule 28. Small Generator Interconnection 18. Net Energy Metering Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl ) Filed 07/13/1109/01/11 Effective 08/12/1110/01/11

9 46 Electric Retail Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Schedule GS continued Rating Periods: Summer Peak - Between the hours of 10 am and 8 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 7 am and 10 am, and the hours of 8 pm and 11 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. Non-Summer Peak - Between the hours of 7 am and 11 am, and the hours of 5 pm and 9 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 11 am and 5 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. The Non-Summer time periods shown above will begin and end one hour later for the period between the second Sunday in March and the first Sunday in April, and for the period between the last Sunday in October and the first Sunday in November. Holidays: All hours on Saturdays and Sundays and the following National holidays are Off-Peak: New Year's Day, President's Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the Monday following such of these as fall on Sunday. Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: One year and thereafter until terminated by the Customer. Subject to Riders applicable as listed below: 2. Electric Efficiency Charge 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges 4. Budget Billing 5. Controlled Air Conditioning Service 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Requests 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 13. Change of Schedule 18. Net Energy Metering 19. Demonstration and Trial Installations 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 22. Minimum Charge for Short-Term Uses 23. Advanced Meter Services 24. Load Response Program 25. Monthly Rate Adjustment 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl ) Filed 11/05/1009/01/11 Effective 12/01/1010/01/11

10 48 Electric Retail Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Schedule GL continued Non-Summer Peak - Between the hours of 7 am and 11 am, and the hours of 5 pm and 9 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 11 am and 5 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. The Non-Summer time periods shown above will begin and end one hour later for the period between the second Sunday in March and the first Sunday in April, and for the period between the last Sunday in October and the first Sunday in November. Holidays: All hours on Saturdays and Sundays and the following National holidays are Off-Peak: New Year's Day, President's Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the Monday following such of these as fall on Sunday. Billing Demand: The maximum 30-minute measured demand, adjusted to the nearest whole kw, in each applicable rating period for the month. Measured demand is the Customer's rate of use of electric energy as shown by or computed from readings of the Company's demand meter. Generation and Transmission Demand are billed for each kw of billing demand occurring during the Peak rating period. Delivery Service Demand is for each kw of Billing Demand recorded during any rating period. Primary Service Customers: For Customers taking service at Primary Systems voltages, Type II Secondary Service rates apply for Generation and Transmission Services. The Delivery Service Demand and Energy Charge rates are as follows. Delivery Service Demand Charge: $ 2.65/kW Delivery Service Energy Charge: $/kwh (Excludes Rider 10 Administrative Cost Adjustment) Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: The initial term of contract is 2 years where additional main facilities are required for supply. Otherwise, the term of contract is one year. After the initial term of contract, the contract may be terminated by at least 30 days' notice from the Customer. Subject to Riders applicable as listed below: 2. Electric Efficiency Charge 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges 5. Controlled Air Conditioning Service 7. Economic Development 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Requests 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 11. Measured Demand 13. Change of Schedule 17. Best Efforts Service 18. Net Energy Metering 19. Demonstration and Trial Installations 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 22. Minimum Charge for Short-Term Uses 23. Advanced Meter Services 24. Load Response Program 25. Monthly Rate Adjustment 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl ) Filed 07/13/1109/01/11 Effective 08/12/1110/01/11

11 50 Electric Retail Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Schedule P continued Rating Periods: Summer Peak - Between the hours of 10 am and 8 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 7 am and 10 am, and the hours of 8 pm and 11 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. Non-Summer Peak - Between the hours of 7 am and 11 am, and the hours of 5 pm and 9 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 11 am and 5 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. Billing Demand: The maximum 30-minute Measured Demand, adjusted to the nearest whole kw, in each applicable rating period for the month is the Billing Demand. Measured Demand is the Customer's rate of use of electric energy as shown by or computed from readings of the Company's demand meter, but in no case less than 1,500 kw. (For customers with demands of less than 1,500 kw originally taking service prior to February 11, 1982, the minimum Billing Demand is 200 kw.) Generation and Transmission Demand are billed for each kw of billing demand occurring during the Peak rating period. Delivery Service Demand is for each kw of Billing Demand recorded during any rating period. During the first 6 months of service under Schedule P, the Billing Demand may be less than 1,500 kw, but in that event is not subject to decrease. When it reaches 1,500 kw, this provision no longer applies. Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: Five years and thereafter until terminated by at least 30 days' notice from the Customer. Subject to Riders applicable as listed below: 2. Electric Efficiency Charge 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges 5. Controlled Air Conditioning Service 7. Economic Development 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Requests 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 11. Measured Demand 13. Change of Schedule 18. Net Energy Metering 19. Demonstration and Trial Installations 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 22. Minimum Charge for Short-Term Uses 23. Advanced Meter Services 24. Load Response Program 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl ) Filed 11/05/1009/01/11 Effective 12/01/1010/01/11

12 52 Electric Retail Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Schedule T continued Rating Periods: Summer Peak - Between the hours of 10 am and 8 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 7 am and 10 am, and the hours of 8 pm and 11 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. Non-Summer Peak - Between the hours of 7 am and 11 am, and the hours of 5 pm and 9 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 11 am and 5 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. Billing Demand: The maximum 30-minute Measured Demand, adjusted to the nearest whole kw, in each applicable rating period for the month is the Billing Demand. Measured Demand is the Customer's rate of use of electric energy as shown by or computed from readings of the Company's demand meter, but in no case less than 1,500 kw. (For customers with demands of less than 1,500 kw originally taking service prior to February 11, 1982, the minimum Billing Demand is 200 kw.) Transmission Demand is billed for each kw of billing demand occurring during the Peak rating period. During the first 6 months of service under Schedule T, the Billing Demand may be less than 1,500 kw, but in that event is not subject to decrease. When it reaches 1,500 kw, this provision no longer applies. Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: Five years and thereafter until terminated by at least 30 days' notice from the Customer. Subject to Riders applicable as listed below: 2. Electric Efficiency Charge 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges 5. Controlled Air Conditioning Service 7. Economic Development 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Requests 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 11. Measured Demand 18. Net Energy Metering 19. Demonstration and Trial Installations 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 22. Minimum Charge for Short-Term Uses 23. Advanced Meter Services 24. Load Response Program 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl ) Filed 12/13/1009/01/11 Effective 12/04/1010/01/11

13 56 Electric Retail Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Schedule SL continued (1) In the case of Customer owned equipment, the Company does not inspect or maintain lamp poles, lamp pole bases or other related equipment, and nothing contained in this Schedule shall be construed to extend the Company s obligation to inspect or maintain any part of such Customerowned lamp poles, lamp pole bases or related equipment. Additionally, replacement or repair of Customer owned equipment, other than that which is provided under Monthly Rate 3, is the responsibility of the Customer and subject to Provision c(2) above. Glassware replaced on Customer owned equipment installed under Provision c(2) or c(3) will be performed by the Company on an as needed basis (typically every 6-8 years) and charged to the Customer. (g) The Customer, at their expense, restores improved paving on streets, sidewalks, driveways, and the like, where necessary for the installation, maintenance, relocation or renewal of streetlighting cable laid other than in municipal duct, or of galva duct conduit. If an alternative construction method can be used and is selected by the Customer, the Customer is responsible for the price differential. (h) The Customer shall pay all costs incurred as a result of relocation of Customer owned or rented streetlights. Should the Customer request that the fixture/pole be removed and within the year request a new installation at or near the original location, the Customer will be charged at cost for this relocation. (i) When a Customer-owned lamp pole, fixture, and/or associated equipment is damaged as a result of an accident, weather, vandalism, etc., the Company may repair/replace as necessary, under agreement with the Customer, and attempt to bill the party at fault (where applicable). But, if the Company cannot collect the damages from the responsible party, the Customer shall pay for the repair/replacement. However, Customer s agreement is not necessary for the Company to respond to damaged Customer-owned lamp pole, fixture, and/or associated equipment and make the equipment and area safe. Customer will be responsible for BGE s costs to respond and make safe if the costs cannot be collected from the responsible party. In the case of Company owned equipment, the Company will provide vandal proof equipment for select fixtures at the Customer s request and expense. If the Company identifies vandalism on Company-owned equipment, the Company will make the Customer aware of the need for vandalproofing. If the Customer elects not to vandalproof the facilities, the Company has the option to remove the equipment for repeat cases of vandalism. (j) Extension of supply facilities for street lighting are subject to the provisions of Sec. 8 for that portion of such facilities required up to the point of control of the electricity supply to the lamps, excluding facilities specifically designated and charged for under the Schedule (k) Change in pole style, fixture style, wattage, or type, at the request of the Customer, for Customerowned equipment, is paid for by the Customer. In instances where the fixture/pole is owned by the Company, Customer requested changes are performed upon request by the Customer and a costbased fee will be charged to the Customer on a per fixture/pole basis. Should the Customer request that the fixtures/poles be removed and within the year request a new installation, at or near the previous location, the Customer will be charged cost-based fee per fixture/pole for associated costs. Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: Five years and thereafter from year to year until terminated at the expiration of any such year by at least 90 days' notice from the Customer. Riders Applicable: 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges Requests 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl ) Filed 12/13/1009/01/11 Effective 12/04/1010/01/11

14 Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Electric Retail 69 SPARROWS POINT - ELECTRIC SCHEDULE SPE Availability: For use for all electric purposes supplied at the specified delivery voltage levels. If the Customer returns to the Company for supply, the Customer will be subject to Hourly-Priced Service in accordance with Rider 1 Standard Offer Service. General Terms: This Rate Schedule replaces all previous contracts and amendments between BGE and the Sparrows Point Electric facility (SPE) and its predecessors. This Rate Schedule may only be changed by an order of the Public Service Commission of Maryland (PSC) in an electric rate or other proceeding or by mutual agreement between SPE and BGE, subject to the approval of the PSC. Points of Delivery: The points of power delivery to SPE include two 115kV terminals of the Finishing Mill substation and the two 34 kv terminals of each of the following substations: Finishing Mill, Steel Side, Cold Mill, and Shipyard Switching. Delivery Voltage: Three-phase, 34,500 Volts and over as specified by Company. Monthly Net Rate: Delivery Service Energy Charge: $ /kWh Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Subject to Riders applicable as listed below 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Requests 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 23. Advanced Meter Services 24. Load Response Program 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl ) Filed 07/13/1109/01/11 Effective 08/12/1110/01/11

15 Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Electric Retail 75 RIDER INDEX 2. Electric Efficiency Charge 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges 4. Budget Billing 5. Controlled Air Conditioning Service 6. Controlled Water Heating Service 7. Economic Development 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Requests 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 11. Measured Demand 12. Reserved for Future Use 13. Change of Schedule 14. Qualified Rate Stabilization Charge 15. Demand Response Service 16. Nuclear Decommissioning and Standard Offer Service Return Credits 17. Best Efforts Service 18. Net Energy Metering 19. Demonstration and Trial Installations 20. Financing Credit 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 22. Minimum Charge for Short-Term Uses 23. Advanced Meter Services 24. Load Response Program 25. Monthly Rate Adjustment 26. Peak Time Rebate 27. Reserved for Future Use 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards 29. Reserved for Future UseRate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment 30. Reserved for Future Use 31. Graduated Rate Discount 32. Customer Assistance Maintenance Program (CAMP) Schedule Riders Applicable R , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 28, 31, 32 RL , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 28, 31, 32 G , 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 13, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28,29 GU , 3, 8, 9, 10, 21 GS , 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 13, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28,29 GL , 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28,29 P , 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28,29 T , 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28,29 SL , 3, 8, 9, 10, 21,29 PL , 9, 21 X SPE , 3, 9, 21, 23, 24, 28,29 P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl ) Filed 07/13/1109/01/11 Effective 08/12/1110/01/11

16 108 Electric Retail Baltimore Gas and Electric Company 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards Availability: For all residential and non-residential customers within the Company s service territory seeking to interconnect energy generation resources to the electric distribution system. In accordance with COMAR : Small Generator Interconnection Standards, the Company has established protocols for the communication, metering, and interconnection with customers who are seeking to install a generation resource. This protocol will ensure the proper engineering and compliance with local, regional, and national codes. Cost: The Customer will be charged in accordance with interconnection levels as determined by COMAR The following application fees apply: Level 1 - No charge; Level 2 - $50 plus $1 per kw of rated generating facility output; Level 3 - $100 plus $2 per kw of rated generating facility output; and Level 4 - $100 plus $2 per kw of rated generating facility output. Approval: After receiving a standard small generator interconnection agreement from the Company, the Customer will have the generation equipment installed and inspected by the local municipality. Upon receiving a certification of inspection from the municipality, the Customer will submit a certificate of completion to the Company. The company will then install the necessary meter equipment on the premises. The Company shall maintain a database to track the installation of new generation resources within the service territory and will submit reports to the Commission in accordance with COMAR Reserved for Future Use UseRate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment For the October 2011 September 2012 billing period, the Type II Generation Market- Priced Service rates for Schedules G and GS Customers are adjusted to recover previously mitigated charges limiting their total average bill increase to 15 percent for the June - August 2008 billing period. Distribution energy charges for all nonresidential Customers are likewise adjusted for the October 2011 September 2012 Type II billing period to refund the actual mitigation costs incurred to reduce the rates for those newly-designated Type II Customers as of June 1, Reconciliation of any over- or under-collection of the Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment shall be conducted upon conclusion of the rate effective period. Mitigation Cost Charges (October 2011 September 2012 Billings): Schedule G Type II: $ /kWh Schedule GS Type II: $ /kWh Mitigation Costs Credit (October 2011 September 2012 Billings): Applicable to all non-residential sales: $( )/kWh 30. Reserved for Future Use P.S.C. Md. E-6 (Suppl ) Filed 03/18/201109/01/11 Effective 04/27/201110/01/11

17 Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Electric Retail Graduated Rate Discount The Graduated Rate Discount Pilot Program will run for a period of 12 months, from July 1, 2010 through June 2011 billings. The Graduated Rate Discount Pilot Program participants must meet the income eligibility requirements for the Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP) and the Utility Service Protection Program (USPP). The Rider 31 Pilot Program and the Graduated Rate Discount Pilot referenced in the Gas Rider 15 will consist of 3 groups of approximately 300 customers each. One group is required to schedule and complete a Quick Home Energy Checkup (QHEC). Failure to complete the QHEC requirement will result in disenrollment from the pilot. Another group will receive case management services. The Graduated Rate Discount tiers are: Total monthly usage Bill Discount kwh 40% kwh 30% kwh 20% kwh 10% kwh $15 Credit A single discount rate from the table above is applied to the total of the Electric Supply amount and the Electric Distribution Charge amount of a customer s monthly bill. The discount will be combined with any applicable discount earned by customers also participating in the Gas Rider 15 (Graduated Rate Discount) Pilot Program and appear as a separate line item on the customer s bill. Customers having arrearages above $1,000.00, or have not made a payment in the 3 months leading up to the date of enrollment selection, or with a record of theft and/or fraud may not enroll in the program. Customers enrolled in the Electric Rider 32 (CAMP) Pilot that runs concurrently from July 1, 2010 through June 2011 billings cannot also participate in the Graduated Rate Discount Pilot Program. Participants whose service is turned off for fraud, theft or nonpayment will be disenrolled from the pilot program. However, a customer disqualified due to nonpayment may be reinstated into the pilot program with full payment. P.S.C. Md. E-6 (Suppl ) Filed 03/18/201109/01/11 Effective 04/27/201110/01/11

18 Supplement 488 Clean Tariff Pages

19 Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Electric Retail 43 GENERAL SERVICE ELECTRIC SCHEDULE G Availability: For use for all purposes where the Customer does not qualify for any of the Company's other rate schedules. Delivery Voltage: Service at Secondary Distribution Systems voltages. It is also available for customers receiving Primary service under this Schedule on or before January 1, 1987 or for a new customer who locates to an existing facility served at Primary Systems voltages where the customer does not qualify for other Primary service rate schedules. Monthly Net Rates: Delivery Service Customer Charge: $ per month, Less: Competitive Billing (where applicable) $ 0.47 per month, plus, (see Section 7.7 for details) Energy Charges: Generation and Transmission Market-Priced Service Charges can be found on and Rider 1 Standard Offer Service. Delivery Service Charge (Secondary): $/kwh Delivery Service Charge (Primary): $/kwh (Excludes Rider 10 Administrative Cost Adjustment ) Minimum Charge: Net Delivery Service Customer Charge. Billing Seasons: Summer rates are billed for the four billing periods ending June through September. Non-Summer rates are billed for the eight billing periods ending October through May. Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: The initial term of contract is 2 years where additional main facilities are required for supply. Otherwise, the term of contract is one year. After the initial term of contract, the contract may be terminated by at least 30 days' notice from the Customer. Subject to Riders applicable as listed below: 2. Electric Efficiency Charge 19. Demonstration and Trial Installation 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges. 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 4. Budget Billing 22. Minimum Charge for Short-Term Uses 5. Controlled Air Conditioning Service 23. Advanced Meter Services 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 24. Load Response Program 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Request 25. Monthly Rate Adjustment 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 26. Peak Time Rebate 13. Change of Schedule 28. Small Generator Interconnection 18. Net Energy Metering Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl. 488) Filed 09/01/11 Effective 10/01/11

20 46 Electric Retail Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Schedule GS continued Rating Periods: Summer Peak - Between the hours of 10 am and 8 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 7 am and 10 am, and the hours of 8 pm and 11 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. Non-Summer Peak - Between the hours of 7 am and 11 am, and the hours of 5 pm and 9 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 11 am and 5 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. The Non-Summer time periods shown above will begin and end one hour later for the period between the second Sunday in March and the first Sunday in April, and for the period between the last Sunday in October and the first Sunday in November. Holidays: All hours on Saturdays and Sundays and the following National holidays are Off-Peak: New Year's Day, President's Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the Monday following such of these as fall on Sunday. Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: One year and thereafter until terminated by the Customer. Subject to Riders applicable as listed below: 2. Electric Efficiency Charge 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges 4. Budget Billing 5. Controlled Air Conditioning Service 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Requests 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 13. Change of Schedule 18. Net Energy Metering 19. Demonstration and Trial Installations 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 22. Minimum Charge for Short-Term Uses 23. Advanced Meter Services 24. Load Response Program 25. Monthly Rate Adjustment 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl. 488) Filed 09/01/11 Effective 10/01/11

21 48 Electric Retail Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Schedule GL continued Non-Summer Peak - Between the hours of 7 am and 11 am, and the hours of 5 pm and 9 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 11 am and 5 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. The Non-Summer time periods shown above will begin and end one hour later for the period between the second Sunday in March and the first Sunday in April, and for the period between the last Sunday in October and the first Sunday in November. Holidays: All hours on Saturdays and Sundays and the following National holidays are Off-Peak: New Year's Day, President's Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the Monday following such of these as fall on Sunday. Billing Demand: The maximum 30-minute measured demand, adjusted to the nearest whole kw, in each applicable rating period for the month. Measured demand is the Customer's rate of use of electric energy as shown by or computed from readings of the Company's demand meter. Generation and Transmission Demand are billed for each kw of billing demand occurring during the Peak rating period. Delivery Service Demand is for each kw of Billing Demand recorded during any rating period. Primary Service Customers: For Customers taking service at Primary Systems voltages, Type II Secondary Service rates apply for Generation and Transmission Services. The Delivery Service Demand and Energy Charge rates are as follows. Delivery Service Demand Charge: $ 2.65/kW Delivery Service Energy Charge: $/kwh (Excludes Rider 10 Administrative Cost Adjustment) Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: The initial term of contract is 2 years where additional main facilities are required for supply. Otherwise, the term of contract is one year. After the initial term of contract, the contract may be terminated by at least 30 days' notice from the Customer. Subject to Riders applicable as listed below: 2. Electric Efficiency Charge 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges 5. Controlled Air Conditioning Service 7. Economic Development 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Requests 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 11. Measured Demand 13. Change of Schedule 17. Best Efforts Service 18. Net Energy Metering 19. Demonstration and Trial Installations 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 22. Minimum Charge for Short-Term Uses 23. Advanced Meter Services 24. Load Response Program 25. Monthly Rate Adjustment 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl. 488) Filed 09/01/11 Effective 10/01/11

22 50 Electric Retail Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Schedule P continued Rating Periods: Summer Peak - Between the hours of 10 am and 8 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 7 am and 10 am, and the hours of 8 pm and 11 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. Non-Summer Peak - Between the hours of 7 am and 11 am, and the hours of 5 pm and 9 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 11 am and 5 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. Billing Demand: The maximum 30-minute Measured Demand, adjusted to the nearest whole kw, in each applicable rating period for the month is the Billing Demand. Measured Demand is the Customer's rate of use of electric energy as shown by or computed from readings of the Company's demand meter, but in no case less than 1,500 kw. (For customers with demands of less than 1,500 kw originally taking service prior to February 11, 1982, the minimum Billing Demand is 200 kw.) Generation and Transmission Demand are billed for each kw of billing demand occurring during the Peak rating period. Delivery Service Demand is for each kw of Billing Demand recorded during any rating period. During the first 6 months of service under Schedule P, the Billing Demand may be less than 1,500 kw, but in that event is not subject to decrease. When it reaches 1,500 kw, this provision no longer applies. Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: Five years and thereafter until terminated by at least 30 days' notice from the Customer. Subject to Riders applicable as listed below: 2. Electric Efficiency Charge 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges 5. Controlled Air Conditioning Service 7. Economic Development 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Requests 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 11. Measured Demand 13. Change of Schedule 18. Net Energy Metering 19. Demonstration and Trial Installations 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 22. Minimum Charge for Short-Term Uses 23. Advanced Meter Services 24. Load Response Program 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl. 488) Filed 09/01/11 Effective 10/01/11

23 52 Electric Retail Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Schedule T continued Rating Periods: Summer Peak - Between the hours of 10 am and 8 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 7 am and 10 am, and the hours of 8 pm and 11 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. Non-Summer Peak - Between the hours of 7 am and 11 am, and the hours of 5 pm and 9 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Intermediate - Between the hours of 11 am and 5 pm on weekdays, excluding the National holidays listed below. Off-Peak - All times other than those defined for the On-Peak and Intermediate-Peak rating periods. Billing Demand: The maximum 30-minute Measured Demand, adjusted to the nearest whole kw, in each applicable rating period for the month is the Billing Demand. Measured Demand is the Customer's rate of use of electric energy as shown by or computed from readings of the Company's demand meter, but in no case less than 1,500 kw. (For customers with demands of less than 1,500 kw originally taking service prior to February 11, 1982, the minimum Billing Demand is 200 kw.) Transmission Demand is billed for each kw of billing demand occurring during the Peak rating period. During the first 6 months of service under Schedule T, the Billing Demand may be less than 1,500 kw, but in that event is not subject to decrease. When it reaches 1,500 kw, this provision no longer applies. Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: Five years and thereafter until terminated by at least 30 days' notice from the Customer. Subject to Riders applicable as listed below: 2. Electric Efficiency Charge 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges 5. Controlled Air Conditioning Service 7. Economic Development 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Requests 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 11. Measured Demand 18. Net Energy Metering 19. Demonstration and Trial Installations 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 22. Minimum Charge for Short-Term Uses 23. Advanced Meter Services 24. Load Response Program 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl. 488) Filed 09/01/11 Effective 10/01/11

24 56 Electric Retail Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Schedule SL continued (1) In the case of Customer owned equipment, the Company does not inspect or maintain lamp poles, lamp pole bases or other related equipment, and nothing contained in this Schedule shall be construed to extend the Company s obligation to inspect or maintain any part of such Customerowned lamp poles, lamp pole bases or related equipment. Additionally, replacement or repair of Customer owned equipment, other than that which is provided under Monthly Rate 3, is the responsibility of the Customer and subject to Provision c(2) above. Glassware replaced on Customer owned equipment installed under Provision c(2) or c(3) will be performed by the Company on an as needed basis (typically every 6-8 years) and charged to the Customer. (g) The Customer, at their expense, restores improved paving on streets, sidewalks, driveways, and the like, where necessary for the installation, maintenance, relocation or renewal of streetlighting cable laid other than in municipal duct, or of galva duct conduit. If an alternative construction method can be used and is selected by the Customer, the Customer is responsible for the price differential. (h) The Customer shall pay all costs incurred as a result of relocation of Customer owned or rented streetlights. Should the Customer request that the fixture/pole be removed and within the year request a new installation at or near the original location, the Customer will be charged at cost for this relocation. (i) When a Customer-owned lamp pole, fixture, and/or associated equipment is damaged as a result of an accident, weather, vandalism, etc., the Company may repair/replace as necessary, under agreement with the Customer, and attempt to bill the party at fault (where applicable). But, if the Company cannot collect the damages from the responsible party, the Customer shall pay for the repair/replacement. However, Customer s agreement is not necessary for the Company to respond to damaged Customer-owned lamp pole, fixture, and/or associated equipment and make the equipment and area safe. Customer will be responsible for BGE s costs to respond and make safe if the costs cannot be collected from the responsible party. In the case of Company owned equipment, the Company will provide vandal proof equipment for select fixtures at the Customer s request and expense. If the Company identifies vandalism on Company-owned equipment, the Company will make the Customer aware of the need for vandalproofing. If the Customer elects not to vandalproof the facilities, the Company has the option to remove the equipment for repeat cases of vandalism. (j) Extension of supply facilities for street lighting are subject to the provisions of Sec. 8 for that portion of such facilities required up to the point of control of the electricity supply to the lamps, excluding facilities specifically designated and charged for under the Schedule (k) Change in pole style, fixture style, wattage, or type, at the request of the Customer, for Customerowned equipment, is paid for by the Customer. In instances where the fixture/pole is owned by the Company, Customer requested changes are performed upon request by the Customer and a costbased fee will be charged to the Customer on a per fixture/pole basis. Should the Customer request that the fixtures/poles be removed and within the year request a new installation, at or near the previous location, the Customer will be charged cost-based fee per fixture/pole for associated costs. Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Term of Contract: Five years and thereafter from year to year until terminated at the expiration of any such year by at least 90 days' notice from the Customer. Riders Applicable: 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges Requests 8. Energy Cost Adjustment 10. Administrative Cost Adjustment 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl. 488) Filed 09/01/11 Effective 10/01/11

25 Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Electric Retail 69 SPARROWS POINT - ELECTRIC SCHEDULE SPE Availability: For use for all electric purposes supplied at the specified delivery voltage levels. If the Customer returns to the Company for supply, the Customer will be subject to Hourly-Priced Service in accordance with Rider 1 Standard Offer Service. General Terms: This Rate Schedule replaces all previous contracts and amendments between BGE and the Sparrows Point Electric facility (SPE) and its predecessors. This Rate Schedule may only be changed by an order of the Public Service Commission of Maryland (PSC) in an electric rate or other proceeding or by mutual agreement between SPE and BGE, subject to the approval of the PSC. Points of Delivery: The points of power delivery to SPE include two 115kV terminals of the Finishing Mill substation and the two 34 kv terminals of each of the following substations: Finishing Mill, Steel Side, Cold Mill, and Shipyard Switching. Delivery Voltage: Three-phase, 34,500 Volts and over as specified by Company. Monthly Net Rate: Delivery Service Energy Charge: $ /kWh Late Payment Charge: Standard. (Sec. 7.4) Payment Terms: Standard. (Sec. 7) Subject to Riders applicable as listed below 3. Miscellaneous Taxes and Surcharges 9. Customer Billing and Consumption Data Requests 21. Billing in Event of Service Interruption 23. Advanced Meter Services 24. Load Response Program 28. Small Generator Interconnection Standards 29. Rate Mitigation and Recovery Charge Adjustment P. S. C. Md. E-6 (Suppl. 488) Filed 09/01/11 Effective 10/01/11

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