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P.S.C. NO. 2 ELECTRICITY
 
ORANGE AND ROCKLAND UTILITIES, INC.
 
 22nd REVISED LEAF NO. 91SUPERSEDING 21st REVISED LEAF NO. 91 
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 20
   
APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR:
  Sales and delivery of electric power supply provided by the Company or delivery of electricpower supply provided by an Energy Service Company under the Company's Retail AccessProgram for general secondary service, at customer's option, to any customer who maintains aminimum demand level of 5 kW for at least two consecutive months during the previous twelvemonths. 
CHARACTER OF SERVICE:
  Continuous, 60 cycles, A.C., single or three phase secondary at approximately 120/208 Volts,120/240 Volts, or 277/480 Volts where available. 
RATE - MONTHLY:
  (1)  Customer Charge $ 26.24 (2)  Delivery Charges Demand Charge  Period IPeriod IIAll kW @All kW @$ 16.79$   7.25per kWper kW Period III All kW @ No Charge Usage Charge  Period IPeriod IIPeriod IIIAll kWh @All kWh @All kWh @6.5421.5720.209¢ per kWh¢ per kWh¢ per kWh            (Continued)ISSUED: May 28, 2010 EFFECTIVE:  July 1, 2010ISSUED BY: William Longhi, PresidentPearl River, New York 10965
Issued in compliance with Order of the PublicService Commission dated July 23, 2008 in CaseNo. 07-E-0949.
 
 
 
P.S.C. NO. 2 ELECTRICITY
 
ORANGE AND ROCKLAND UTILITIES, INC.
 
 17th REVISED LEAF NO. 92SUPERSEDING 16th REVISED LEAF NO. 92 
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 20  (Continued)
   
RATE - MONTHLY:  (Continued)
  (3) Reactive Power Demand Charge A Reactive Power Demand Charge shall be assessed in accordance with GeneralInformation Section 7. (4) Energy Cost Adjustment, System Benefits Charge, Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge,Transition Adjustment for Competitive Services and Charges for MunicipalUndergrounding The provisions of the Company's Energy Cost Adjustment, System Benefits Charge,Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge and  Transition Adjustment for CompetitiveServices as described in General Information Section 23 and Charges for MunicipalUndergrounding as described in General Information Section 18A, if applicable, shallapply to electricity delivered under this Service Classification. (5)  Revenue Decoupling Mechanism Adjustment The provisions of the Company’s Revenue Decoupling Mechanism Adjustment asdescribed in General Information Section 25 shall apply to electricity delivered underthisService Classification. Customers taking service under Riders G, H, or J shall not be subject to this provision,but will be assessed a Temporary Surcharge in accordance with General InformationSection 26. (6) Temporary State Assessment Surcharge The Temporary State Assessment Surcharge as described in General InformationSection 22 shall apply to electricity delivered under this Service Classification. (7) Merchant Function Charge The Merchant Function Charge as described in General Information Section 23.5 shallapply to Full Service Customers.  Retail Access customers shall not be subject to thischarge. (8)  Billing and Payment Processing Charge A Billing and Payment Processing Charge shall be assessed in accordance withGeneral Information Section 7.E. (Continued)ISSUED: October 22, 2009 EFFECTIVE:  March 1, 2010 ISSUED BY: William Longhi, PresidentPearl River, New York  10965
Issued in compliance with Order of the PublicService Commission dated September 22, 2009 inCase No. 08-E-0751.
 
 
 
 
P.S.C. NO. 2 ELECTRICITY
 
ORANGE AND ROCKLAND UTILITIES, INC.
 
 9th REVISED LEAF NO. 92ASUPERSEDING 8th REVISED LEAF NO. 92A 
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 20  (Continued)
  
RATE - MONTHLY:  (Continued)
  (9)  Metering Charges  The following Metering Charges shall be assessed on all customers taking serviceunder this Service Classification, unless such metering service(s) is obtainedcompetitively pursuant to General Information Section 7: Customers Served UnderMandatory DAHP All Other Customers a) Meter Ownership Charge $12.81 $5.03 b) Meter Service Provider Charge $6.24 $5.68 c) Meter Data Service Provider Charge $27.67 $10.47 (10) Market Supply Charge The provisions of General Information Section 14 shall apply to electricity provided andsold by the Company under this Service Classification.  Retail Access Customers shallnot be subject to this charge. (11) Increase in Rates and Charges  All rates and charges for service under this Service Classification will be increasedpursuant to General Information Section 18.
 DEFINITION OF RATING PERIODS:
  Period I 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. prevailing time, Monday through Friday, except holidays,June through September. Period II 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. prevailing time, Monday through Friday, except holidays,October through May. Period III 7:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. prevailing time, Monday through Friday, June throughSeptember; 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 a.m. prevailing time, Monday through Friday,October through May; all hours on Saturday, Sunday and holidays, all months. For the purposes of this section, holidays are: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, IndependenceDay, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.  (Continued)ISSUED: May 28, 2010 EFFECTIVE:  July 1, 2010ISSUED BY: William Longhi, PresidentPearl River, New York 10965
Issued in compliance with Order of the PublicService Commission dated July 23, 2008 in CaseNo. 07-E-0949.
 

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