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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

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P.S.C. No. 19 - ELECTRICITY SUPERSEDING P.S.C. No. 14

ROCHESTER GAS AND ELECTRIC CORPORATION

SCHEDULE
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ELECTRIC SERVICE

APPLICABLE IN ENTIRE TERRITORY

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 12 Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012 Superseding Revision: 11 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 22, 2011
TABLE OF CONTENTS Leaf No. PART I PART II Territory to Which Schedule Applies ............................................................................................ Rules and Regulations (a) 1. Definitions and Abbreviations .............................................................................................. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. PART III How to Obtain Service ......................................................................................................... Extension of Company Facilities .......................................................................................... Metering and Billing ............................................................................................................. Discontinuance of Service .................................................................................................... Liability ............................................................................................................................. 5 7 11 37 64 87 103 106 118 119 120 160.1 160.26 160.34 160.39 160.39.2 160.39.3 160.39.5 160.39.6 160.39.7 160.39.10

Application Forms ................................................................................................................ Customer Inquiries and Complaints ..................................................................................... Interest on Customer Overpayments ..................................................................................... Distributed Generation Interconnection Requirements.......................................................... General Retail Access – Multi-Retailer Model...................................................................... Supply Pricing Options.......................................................................................................... Wind Electric Service Options .............................................................................................. Solar Residential Electric Service Option.............................................................................. Solar Non-Residential Electric Service Option ..................................................................... Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option ................................................................... Electric Hybrid Generating System Option ........................................................................... Micro-combined Heat and Power (MCHP) Service Option .................................................. Fuel Cell Electric Service Option .......................................................................................... Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option ..................................................................................... Available Entire Territory .. Entire Territory .. Entire Territory .. Entire Territory .. Entire Territory .. Entire Territory .. Entire Territory .. Entire Territory .. Entire Territory .. Entire Territory Entire Territory Entire Territory

Service Classifications No. 1. Residential Service 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. General Service - Small Use General Service - 100 kW Minimum Residential Service Time-of-Use Rate Buy-back Service Area Lighting Service General Service - 12 kW Minimum Large General Service - Time-of-Use Rate General Service - Time-of-Use General Service - Individually Negotiated Contracts General Service-Economic Development Power for Jobs Reserved Standby Service

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(a) Detailed Table of Contents for Part II shown on Leaves No. 3, 4, and 4.1.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 8 Initial Effective Date: January 6, 2012 Superseding Revision: 7 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0176 dated September 19, 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS PART II - RULES AND REGULATIONS Rule 1. 2. Definitions and Abbreviations .................................................................................................. How to Obtain Service A. Application for Service ........................................................................................................ B. Consumer Deposit ............................................................................................................... C. Approval of Installation ....................................................................................................... D. Access to Premises .............................................................................................................. E. Redistribution ...................................................................................................................... F. Limitations of Service Offer ................................................................................................ G. Kind of Service ..................................................................................................................... H. Power Quality ....................................................................................................................... I. On-site Generators, Special Contracts ................................................................................. Extension of Company Facilities to Serve Customers A. Distribution Line Extensions ................................................................................................ B. Allowance for the Provision of Electric Service................................................................... C. Permanent Service Laterals .................................................................................................. D. Plurality of Services ............................................................................................................. E. Meter .................................................................................................................................... F. Transformer Vaults .............................................................................................................. G. Standby; Auxiliary or Breakdown Service .......................................................................... H. Temporary Service ............................................................................................................... I. Exceptional Conditions of Supply ....................................................................................... J. Underground Residential Distribution Systems in Subdivisions ......................................... K. Installation of Facilities in Visually Sensitive Resources Areas........................................... Metering and Billing A. Metering ............................................................................................................................... B. Billing Period ....................................................................................................................... C. Rendition and Payment of Bills ............................................................................................ D. Term of Service ................................................................................................................... E. Waiver of Minimum Demand Charge ................................................................................. F. Change of Service Classification ......................................................................................... G. Charges for Special Services ............................................................................................... H. Meter Read and Billed History Data..................................................................................... I. Customer Credit Data .......................................................................................................... J. Increase in Rates Applicable in Municipality Where Service is Supplied ................................................................................................... K. Surcharges ........................................................................................................................... L.1 Incremental Load Rate Programs.......................................................................................... L.2 Economic Development Zone Rider..................................................................................... L.3 Incremental Manufacturing Load Rider................................................................................ L.4 Empire Zone Rates ............................................................................................................... L.5 Recharge New York (“RNY”) Power Program .................................................................... M. CATV and CLEC Pole Attachment Rider ........................................................................... N. Service Guarantee................................................................................................................. O. Green Jobs – Green New York (“GJ-GNY”) Loan Installment Program............................. Leaf No. 7

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2005 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Leaf No. 4 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

PART II- RULES AND REGULATIONS (Cont’d) Rule Leaf No.

5. Discontinuance of Service A. Discontinuance of Service Due to Default .......................................................................................................... 87 B. Discontinuance of Service Due to Fraud ............................................................................................................. 99 C. Discontinuance of Service to Illegal Highway Signs ....................................................................................... 100 D. Discontinuance of Service Due to No Access ................................................................................................. 100 E. Discontinuance of Service Due to Customer Request ..................................................................................... 101 F. Discontinuance of Service When there is No Customer ................................................................................. 101 G. Discontinuance of Service Due to Emergency Conditions ............................................................................. 101 H. Load Shedding........................................................................................................................................................ 102 I. Temporary Discontinuance of Service Due to Customer Request ................................................................. 102 J. Purchase of ESCO Accounts Receivable - Discontinuance......................................................................... 102.1 6. Liability A. Continuity of Supply .............................................................................................................................................103 B. Customer's Equipment ...........................................................................................................................................105 C. Company Equipment and Use of Service ............................................................................................................105 D. Selection of Service Classification .......................................................................................................................105 7. Forms A. Residential Service Agreement ............................................................................................................................106 B. Non-Residential Service Agreement ....................................................................................................................107 C. Overhead Electric Line Extension Surcharge Agreement .................................................................................110 D. Underground Residential Distribution System .................................................................................................111 E. Minimum Insulation Standards Certificate .........................................................................................................113 F. Deferred Payment Agreement ...............................................................................................................................116 8. 9. Customer Inquiries and Complaints ......................................................................................................................118 Interest on Customer Overpayments .....................................................................................................................119

10. Distributed Generation Interconnection Requirements .....................................................................................120

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 4.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 7 Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012 Superseding Revision: 6 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 22, 2011

TABLE OF CONTENTS PART II - RULES AND REGULATIONS (Cont’d) Rule 11 Leaf No. General Retail Access – Multi-Retailer Model A. Introduction............................................................................................................................. 160.1 B. Definitions and Abbreviations ................................................................................................ 160.1 C. Eligible Customer Participation .............................................................................................. 160.1 D. ESCO/DC Participation .......................................................................................................... 160.9 E. Indemnification, Limitation on Liability, and Force Majeure............................................... 160.23 F. Consolidated Billing and Payment Processing...................................................................... 160.25 G. Purchase of ESCO Accounts Receivable Program (POR) ................................................. 160.25.1 Electricity Supply Pricing Option Enrollments A. Supply Service Options......................................................................................................... 160.26 B. Transition Charge (TC)......................................................................................................... 160.26 C. Calculation of Commodity Charge .................................................................................... 160.26.1 D. Merchant Function Charge.................................................................................................... 160.27 E. Customer Eligibility Criteria.............................................................................................. 160.27.1 F. Default ............................................................................................................................... 160.27.2 G. Changing Options .............................................................................................................. 160.27.2 Wind Electric Service Options A. Wind Residential Electric Service Option ............................................................................ 160.35 B. Wind Non-Residential Electric Service Option .................................................................... 160.35 C. Farm Wind Electric Generating Service Option ................................................................... 160.36 Solar Residential Electric Service Option ................................................................................ 160.39

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Electric Hybrid Generating System Option ......................................................................... 160.39.5 Micro-combined Heat and Power (MCHP) Service Option……………………………… . 160.39.6 Fuel Cell Service Option…………………………………………………………………… . .160.39.7 A. Fuel Cell Residential Electric Service Option ……………………………………........ 160.39.7 B. Fuel Cell Non-Residential Electric Service Option ………………………………. ..... .160.39.8

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Micro-Hydroelectric Generating Equipment ...................................................................... 160.39.10

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

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GENERAL INFORMATION PART I - TERRITORY TO WHICH SCHEDULE APPLIES ROCHESTER DISTRICT Monroe County County City Rochester Walworth* Villages East Rochester Hilton Pittsford Webster Brighton Chili Gates Greece Towns Henrietta* Irondequoit Mendon* Ogden* Parma* Towns Penfield* Perinton* Pittsford Webster Macedon*

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CANANDAIGUA-FINGER LAKES DISTRICT Ontario County City Villages Towns Canandaigua Bloomfield Bristol Hopewell* Holcomb Canandaigua Manchester* Manchester East Bloomfield South Bristol Shortsville Farmington Victor Victor LAKE SHORE DISTRICT Wayne County Cayuga County Villages Towns Villages Towns Red Creek Butler Savannah* Cato Cato Sodus Huron Sodus Fair Haven Conquest Sodus Point Marion Williamson Meridian Ira Wolcott Ontario Wolcott Sterling Rose Victory GENESEE DISTRICT Allegany County Towns Allen Friendship Amity Genesee Angelica* Granger Belfast Hume Bolivar Rushford Caneadea Wirt Clarksville

Villages Belmont Bolivar Fillmore Friendship Richburg

Livingston County Villages Towns Geneseo Geneseo* Mr. Morris Leicester* Nunda Mt. Morris* Nunda Portage

Wyoming County Village Pike Towns Arcade* Eagle Genesee Falls * Pike

*Portion

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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PART I - TERRITORY TO WHICH SCHEDULE APPLIES (Cont’d)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 7 Revision: 2 Superseding Revis ion: 1

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

PART II RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS As used herein, the following terms shall have the meanings set forth below. Additionally, other terms used within this Schedule are defined in the Uniform Business Practices ("UBP") Addendum to this schedule. Aggregation: Receiving, validating and summing day-ahead forecasts for ESCOs. Ancillary Services: Those services necessary to support the transmission of energy from generation resources to loads while maintaining reliability of the electric system. Ancillary Services are described and provided for in the NYISO (defined below). Applicant: Residential Applicant: A residential applicant is a person who requests service at a dwelling for his or her own residential use or the residential use by another person. For purposes of the Home Energy Fair Practices Act (HEFPA), a residential applicant is any person who requests service at a premises to be used as his or her residence or the residence of another person on whose behalf the person is requesting service, as defined in 16 NYCRR 11.2(a)(3). Non-residential Applicant: A non-residential applicant is a person, corporation or other entity requesting service from the Company who is not a residential applicant as defined in 16 NYCRR 11. Residing Applicant: A residing applicant is a person or governmental agency requesting electric service be provided where there is no service currently available, where that service will be used at a premises that will be occupied as the applicant's primary residence or, in the case of a governmental agency, occupied as a residence by an individual client. Non-residing Applicant: A non-residing applicant is a developer, builder, person, partnership, association, corporation or governmental agency requesting electric service be provided where there is no service currently available, where that service will be used in a residence occupied by others. Arrears: Charges for service for which payment has not been made more than 20 calendar days after payment was due. Balancing and Settlement: Load Balancing and Settlement is the process of reconciling (1) scheduled deliveries of Electric Power Supply by an ESCO/DC to serve their own needs or those of Customers, to (2) total actual customer load of the ESCO or a DC’s load, on an hourly basis. The NYISO provides energy imbalance service (also known as Balancing and Settlement) in accordance with the NYISO Market Services Tariff. Business Days: Any Monday through Friday when the Company's business offices are open. Capability Period: The periods defined by the NYISO for the purposes of determining Installed Capability requirements. The summer Capability Period includes the months of May through October. The winter Capability period includes all other months. Capacity: The capability to generate electrical power, usually measured in Megawatts (MW). ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 8 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

PART II RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS Cease to Energize: Electrically disconnected from a source of potential difference or electrically discharged so as not to have a potential difference significantly different from that of earth in the vicinity. Combination Account: A common account for both gas and electric service for the purpose of combined gas and electric billing by the Company. A Combination Account is served under P.S.C. No. 16 - Gas and under this Schedule. Combination Account: A common account for both gas and electric service for the purpose of combined gas and electric billing by the Company. A Combination Account is served under P.S.C. No. 16 - Gas and under this Schedule. Commission or PSC: Public Service Commission of the State of New York, or any successor agency thereto. Compatible Meter: A meter suitable for the Company’s metering, meter reading, and electrical infrastructure, as determined by the Company. Company: Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Control Area: In this Tariff, the Control Area is the Company’s electric franchise area, as shown in Part I. More generally, a Control Area is an electric power system or combination of electric power systems to which a common automatic generation control scheme is applied in order to: 1) match, at all times, the power output of the generators within the electric power system(s) and capacity and energy purchased from entities outside the electric power system(s), with the load within the electric power system(s); 2) maintain scheduled interchange with other Control Areas, within the limits of Good Utility Practice; 3) maintain the frequency of the electric power system(s) within reasonable limits in accordance with Good Utility Practice; and 4) provide sufficient generating capacity to maintain operating reserves in accordance with Good Utility Practice. Costs and Expenses: An estimate based on the Company's (a) average hourly labor rates including a percentage for employee welfare costs, supervision, engineering, and administrative and general expenses, plus (b) hourly rates for transportation and special equipment, plus (c) material costs including stores expense, plus (d), cost of any required permits. Curtail: To reduce Distribution Service or Energy, Capacity, and/or Ancillary Service transactions. Customer: A Residential Customer is a person who is receiving service at a dwelling for his or her own residential use or the residential use by another person. For purposes of the Home Energy Fair Practices Act (HEFPA), a residential customer includes any person who is supplied service at a premises used in whole or in part as his or her residence, as defined in 16 NYCRR 11.2(a)(2). A Nonresidential Customer is a person, corporation or other entity receiving service who is not a residential customer as defined in 16 NYCRR 11.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 9 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

PART II RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS Customer's Premises: Discrete contiguous real property under the customer's control through ownership or lease. Dedicated Facilities: The equipment and facilities on the Company's transmission and/or distribution system necessary to permit operation of a distributed generation Unit in parallel with the Company s system. Deliveries: Energy delivered to the Company s Interconnection Point. Department of Public Service ( DPS ): New York State Department of Public Service. Distributed Generation: Electric power production equipment, generally producing between one kilowatt and ten kilowatts, located at a Customer s site or near a load center, and connected at the distribution or utilization voltage. Distribution Line: A system of poles or conduits, wires or cables, transformers, fixtures and accessory equipment that is used or may reasonably be expected to supply service to more than one customer premises. Distribution Point(s) of Delivery: Point(s) on the Distribution System where the Company delivers electric Energy. Distribution Point(s) of Receipt: Point(s) at which the Company receives electric energy on the Transmission and/or Distribution System from other sources. Distribution Service: The act of distributing electric energy from a point(s) of receipt to a point(s) of delivery on the Distribution System. Distribution System: The facilities owned, controlled or operated by the Company that are used to provide electric Distribution Service under this Tariff. Electric Power Supply: The electricity required to meet the Customer s needs, including energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy ( UFE ), Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, Ancillary Services, NYPA Transmission Access Charges ( NTAC ), and a Supply Adjustment Charge. ESCOs/DCs are responsible for providing the full Electric Power Supply requirements of their customers.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 10 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

PART II RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS Elementary Diagram: A One Line Diagram that also shows the connections of protection and control components. The devices in switching equipment are referred to by numbers based on a system adopted in IEEE C37.2. Emergency Service Call: A request for service to be rendered by the Company involving an electrical power outage or interruption or a threat to the health or safety of property. Energy Losses: The unusable energy that results from the generation, transformation, transmission and distribution of Electric Power Supply to a Customer’s meter. Unaccounted For Energy (“UFE”) is also included. Energy: A quantity of electricity bid, purchased, sold, or transmitted over a period of time, and measured in Megawatthours (MWH) or kilowatthours (kWh). One MWH = 1,000 kWh. Farm Operation: The land and on-farm buildings, equipment, manure processing and handling facilities, and practices which contribute to the production, preparation and marketing of crops, livestock and livestock products as a commercial enterprise, including a “commercial horse boarding operation” as defined in Subdivision 11 of Section 301 of New York State Agriculture and Markets Law. FERC: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or any successor agency thereto. Good Utility Practice: Any of the practices, methods and acts engaged in or approved by a significant portion of the electric utility industry during the relevant time period, or any of the practices, methods and acts which, in the exercise of reasonable judgment in light of the facts known at the time the decision was made, could have been expected to accomplish the desired result at a reasonable cost consistent with good business practices, reliability, safety and expedition. Good Utility Practice is not intended to be limited to the optimum practice, method, or act to the exclusion of all others, but rather to be acceptable practices, methods, or acts generally accepted in the region. Hourly Meter: A meter that has the capability to register consumption and/or demand within specified periods of one (1) hour or smaller in a given day. Installed Capability: The verified and tested generating capacity available to meet the maximum system peak demand for the given capability period (including any NYISO required reserve margin). Installed capability may consist of both spinning and non-spinning reserves.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 10.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

PART II RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS Kilowatt (kW): The electrical unit of power or rate of doing work. It is 1,000 watts, where a watt is the rate of energy transfer equivalent to one ampere flowing under a pressure of one volt at unity power factor. A Kilowatt is the common unit of electrical power consumption. Kilowatthour (kWh): The basic unit of electric energy equal to one Kilowatt of power supplied to or taken from an electric circuit steadily for one hour. A Kilowatthour is the standard unit of measure for electricity. Levelized Payment Plan: See Rule 4.C.(1) of this schedule entitled "Equal Payment Plan." Line: See "Distribution Line." Load Shedding: The systematic reduction of system demand by temporarily decreasing load consumption in response to Distribution System or area Capacity shortages, system instability, or voltage control considerations. Load: A consumer of electric Energy and/or Capacity. Marketer: As defined in the UBP Addendum to this schedule. Megawatt (MW): One thousand Kilowatts. Megawatthour (MWH): One thousand Kilowatthours. New York Independent System Operator ("NYISO"): An organization formed under FERC approval to provide equal access to the transmission system of New York State and to maintain system reliability, and any successor organization thereto. New York State Reliability Council (“NYSRC”): An organization established by agreement among the transmission owners of New York State to promote and maintain the reliability of the New York State power system. New York State Transmission System: The entire New York State electric transmission system as defined in the NYISO Transmission Tariffs. Non-Emergency Services: Services provided by the Company that are not in response to emergency events.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 10.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 Superseding Revision: Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case Nos. 02-E-0198 and 02-G-0199, issued and effective March 7, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION PART II RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS Non-Spinning Reserves: Generation not connected to the system but capable of being brought on-line to serve additional demand within a specified period of time. North American Electric Reliability Council (“NERC”): A council formed in 1968 to promote the reliability and adequacy of the bulk power supply by the electric systems of North America. Northeast Power Coordinating Council (“NPCC”): One of nine NERC regions. Its purpose is to promote maximum reliability and efficiency of electric service in the interconnected systems of the signatory parties by extending the coordination of their system planning and operating procedures. NYISO Open Access Transmission Tariff (“NYISO OATT”): The tariff filed with and approved by FERC as the same may be revised, modified, amended, clarified, supplemented or superseded, that sets forth the rates, terms and conditions under which the NYISO provides open access transmission service. NYISO Tariffs: The NYISO OATT (defined above) and the NYISO Market Services Tariff, as well as NYISO technical bulletins, procedures and any other guidelines issued by the NYISO that set forth the rates, terms and conditions under which the NYISO provides open access transmission services. One Line Diagram: A diagram which shows by means of single lines and graphic symbols, the connections between major three phase components of a generation station or substation. Operating Agreement: The standard form agreement between RG&E and the ESCO or the DC setting forth the duties, responsibilities and obligations of RG&E and the ESCO or the DC, which agreement must be executed and delivered by the ESCO or the DC as a condition to participate in General Retail Access. Opinion No. 97-5: The Commission's Opinion and Order Establishing Regulatory Policies for the Provision of Retail Energy Services, issued and effective May 19, 1997, in Case No. 94-E- 0952, as the same may be revised, modified, amended, clarified, supplemented or superseded. Parallel Generation Facilities: Power producing equipment connected to the electric system and operated in conjunction with the Company’s electric transmission and distribution system. Parties: The Company and the ESCO receiving service under this Tariff. Point of Supply: The point (or connection) where the Company’s Distribution Lines and/or Company-owned Service Lines end and the Customer-owned facilities begin. POLR: The Provider Of Last Resort as defined in Rule 11.C.15. Power Exchange (“PE”): A corporation to provide a vehicle through which buyers and sellers may participate in the markets for Energy, Capacity and Ancillary Services. PE's may be formed after establishment of the NYISO.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 10.3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 Superseding Revision: Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case Nos. 02-E-0198 and 02-G-0199, issued and effective March 7, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION PART II RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS Power Quality: Concerns of voltage deviations, harmonic distortions and power interruptions experienced by the Customer or Company that can damage, or adversely affect operation of, Customer or Company equipment. Public Service Commission (“PSC”): A state regulatory body with authority over electric, gas, communications, water, and cable utilities in New York State. It is charged by law with ensuring that safe and reliable service is made available at reasonable rates while, at the same time, allowing the utility the opportunity to earn a return on its investment that is sufficient to maintain its credit and enable it to continue raising the capital necessary to provide satisfactory service in the future. The PSC is within the Department of Public Service, one of the twenty major departments in State government. Qualification: The process by which an ESCO or a DC receives approval to serve Customers under the terms of this Tariff. Radial Distribution Feeder: A Distribution line that branches out from a substation and is normally not connected to another substation or another circuit sharing the common supply. Radial Transmission Line: A subtransmission line that is used to supply power from a source station to one or more distribution stations for the purpose of delivering energy to customers. Reactive Demand: Demand of an installation or system is the load at the receiving terminals averaged over a specified period of time. Reactive demand is the magnetizing component of power required by the circuit. The reactive unit of measure of electric power is referred to as voltamperes or VARS. Reconciliation: Reconciling the total of all retail Loads in the Control Area with metered total Control Area Loads on an hourly basis. Seasons: Summer: June 1 - September 30, inclusive Winter: December 1 - February 28/29, inclusive Base: All other days Service Class Load Profiles: The electric power consumption (kWh) as measured in one hour intervals, statistically valid for a specified service classification of Customers. Service Entrance: Customer's wiring from the point of attachment or termination of the service lateral to and including the main service switch on the customer's premises. Service Lateral: A system of conductors and equipment for delivering electricity from the Company's distribution system to the customer's wiring system of a single building or customer premises. Service line: See "Service Lateral."

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 10.4 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

PART II RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS Service Point: The Service Point shall normally be at the connection point between the Company’s Service Line and the Service Entrance; or, if the Service Line is not owned by the Company, the Service Point is the connection point of the Company’s Distribution System to the Customer’s or Applicant's Service Line. If both the Customer or Applicant and the Company own a portion of the Service Line, the Service Point is the connection between the Company's portion and the Customer's or Applicant's portion. Service-Point-Related Charges: Charges for Company services for which the price is calculated based on the number of Service Points, Kilowatthours or Energy consumed, or Kilowatts of demand. Spinning Reserves: Unloaded generation, which is synchronized to the system and ready to serve additional demand. Standard Load: Load served at RG&E’s standard tariff rates, terms and conditions. Supplier: See definition of ESCO in the UBP Addendum to this Schedule. Surcharge: A charge payable by the customer to the Company in addition to the charge for electricity under the applicable service classification. System Impact Study: An engineering study performed for the purpose of evaluating a proposed distributed generation design for conformance with the interconnection requirements and the standards for transmission and distribution planning. This study also assesses the impact of the proposed design on the safety and reliability of the distribution and transmission system. It also will identify necessary system modifications to accommodate the proposed design, or limitations on the operation of the generation facility. Tampered Equipment: Any service related equipment that has been subjected either to unauthorized interference so as to reduce the accuracy or eliminate the measurement of a utility's service, or to unauthorized connection occurring after a utility has physically disconnected service.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 10.5 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

PART II RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS Trading Partner Agreement: The agreement that governs and applies only to data communications transmitted between RG&E and the ESCO/DC in connection with EDI and Rule 11, General Retail Access – Multi-Retailer Model. Transmission Line: A set of overhead and/or underground conductors and associated equipment (poles, switches, breakers, etc.) that are used for the purpose of transporting bulk quantities of power between stations. Power flow can be in either direction. Transmission Provider: The entity which operates the New York State Transmission System for the delivery of capacity and energy. Under this Tariff, the Transmission Provider is the New York State Independent Operator (NYISO). Transmission Service: Point-To-Point, Network Integration, or Retail Access Transmission Service as provided for under the NYISO's OATT. Transmission System: The facilities operated by the NYISO that are used to provide Transmission Service. Unforced Capacity (“UCAP”): Power supply resources (maximum realizable generator capabilities adjusted for forced outage rates, also may include special case resources) obtained by an ESCO/DC to meet the peak load the ESCO/DC will serve in a given Obligation Procurement Period. Unforced Capacity Losses (“UCAP Losses”): The unusable energy and associated capacity that results from the generation, transformation, transmission and distribution of energy to meet peak load. Unforced Capacity Reserves (“UCAP Reserves”): Power supply resources (maximum realizable generator capabilities adjusted for forced outage rates, also may include special case resources) in excess of the system peak load required by the NYISO. The UCAP Reserves amount is set annually by the New York State Reliability Council (“NYSRC”) or the NYISO. Uniform Business Practices (“UBP”): Those practices set forth in the UBP Addendum, which are incorporated herein by reference. Unit: A distributed generation facility located on the Customer’s premises at the time the Company approves such facility for operation in parallel with the Company’s system. Voluntary Switch: A process or situation where a Customer's ESCO is changed from one provider to another with the customer's authorization or where a Customer returns to RG&E on its own initiation. A Voluntary Switch is any switch authorized by the Customer. An ESCO may act as the customer’s authorized designee in a voluntary switch situation.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 10.6 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 Superseding Revision: Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case Nos. 02-E-0198 and 02-G-0199, issued and effective March 7, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION PART II RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS

Abbreviations: Btu DPS FERC GAAP/FASB kW kWh kV kVA kvar MW MWH NERC NPCC NRC NYISO NYPA NYSRC PE PSC 16 NYCRR

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British thermal units Department of Public Service Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Generally Accepted Accounting Principles/Financial Accounting Standards Board Kilowatt(s) (one thousand watts of power) Kilowatthour(s) (one kilowatt for one hour) Kilovolt (one thousand volts) Kilovolt-ampere (volts times amperes in thousands) Reactive kilovolt-ampere Megawatt Megawatthours North American Electric Reliability Council Northeast Power Coordinating Council Nuclear Regulatory Commission New York Independent System Operator New York Power Authority, or the Power Authority of the State of New York New York State Reliability Council Power Exchange Public Service Commission Title 16 of the Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York. Numerical suffix denotes section or part.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE A

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APPLICATION FOR SERVICE (1) Residential (a) An application for residential service may be oral or written. An oral application for service shall be deemed completed when the applicant provides his or her name, address, telephone number and address of prior account (if any) or prior account number (if any). The Company may require an applicant to complete a written application (for the applicable service classification) (i) There are arrears at the premises to be served and service was terminated for nonpayment or is subject to a final notice of termination; or There is evidence of meter tampering or theft of service; or The meter has advanced and there is no customer of record; or The application is made by a third party on behalf of the person(s) who would receive service. Service will be rendered under a general service classification.

(ii) (iii) (iv)

(v)

Whenever a written application for residential service is required, the Company shall so notify the applicant as soon as practicable after the request for service is made, and in no event more than two business days after such request, and shall state the basis for requiring a written application. A written application may require the submission of information required in an oral application and reasonable proof of the applicant's identity and responsibility for service at the premises to be served. A written application containing the required information shall be deemed completed when received by the Company. When accepted by the Company, the application, whether written or verbal, and the terms and conditions of this schedule, as permitted to be modified from time-to-time by the Public Service Commission, shall constitute the contract between the customer and the Company and shall bind and inure to the benefit of the heirs, executors, administrators, successors, or assigns, as the case may be, of the respective parties thereto. A customer of record, for whom the Company is unable to locate a written application but who has made payments for bills rendered by the Company for service rendered, shall be presumed to have made an oral application for service.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) A.

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APPLICATION FOR SERVICE (Cont’d) (1) Residential (Cont’d) (b) The Company will not be obligated to provide service to an applicant who owes the Company money for residential service provided to a prior account in his or her name unless: (i) The applicant makes full payment for residential service provided to any such prior account in his or her name; or The applicant agrees to make payments under a deferred payment plan of any amounts due for service to a prior account in his or her name; or The applicant has pending a billing dispute with respect to any amounts due for service to a prior account in his or her name and has paid any amounts required to be paid; or The applicant is a recipient of, or an applicant for, public assistance, supplemental security income benefits or additional state payments pursuant to the Social Services Law, and the Company receives from an official of the social services district in which the applicant resides, or is notified by such an official that it is entitled to receive, payment for services due to a prior account in the applicant's name together with a guarantee of future payments to the extent authorized by the social services law; or The Commission or its authorized designee directs the provision of service.

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v) (c)

The Company shall be obligated to provide service to any applicant who meets the requirements of (1)(a) and (b) above within five business days of receipt of a completed oral or written application for service except as provided under 16 NYCRR 11.3.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d)

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A. (2)

APPLICATION FOR SERVICE (Cont’d) Nonresidential Service (a) A nonresidential service application must be filed in writing with the Company. The Company shall provide or deny service to any applicant as soon as reasonably possible, but no later than ten calendar days after the receipt of a completed application unless a later time is specified by the applicant, and except as provided under 16 NYCRR 13.2. (b) As a prerequisite to providing service, the Company may require the applicant to: (i) Provide appropriate documentation to verify the information provided on the written application, including establishment of responsibility for the service as owner or occupant, the correct service classification, and the person who controls access to the meter; Comply with the Company's tariff or any applicable laws or ordinances;

(ii)

(iii) Fulfill any applicable requirements of 16 NYCRR 98 and 99; and (iv) Make full payment for all amounts due and payable that are not the subject of a pending billing dispute (pursuant to 16 NYCRR 13.15) or of an existing deferred payment agreement that is in good standing. This includes: (aa) Service provided and billed in accordance with 16 NYCRR 13.11 to prior accounts and current accounts in the applicant's name or other accounts for which the applicant is legally responsible; or

(bb) Other tariff fees, charges or penalties; or

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont'd) A. APPLICATION FOR SERVICE (Cont'd)

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(2) Nonresidential Service (Cont'd) (b) (Cont'd) (iv) (Cont'd) (cc) Any reasonably chargeable material or installation costs relating to temporary or permanent line extensions or service laterals as authorized under 16 NYCRR 98 and required by the company's Tariff, provided the costs are itemized and given to the applicant in writing; or (dd) Any special service charges as applicable under the Company's Tariff, provided the charges are itemized and given to the applicant in writing; or (ee) A security deposit if requested by the Company in accordance with 16 NYCRR 13.7. (c) The Company shall provide service to any accepted applicant whose application for service was previously denied solely for failure to make full payment as provided in 2.A(2)(b) (iv) above, as soon as reasonably possible, but no later than three business days, or such later time as may be specified by the applicant, after payment is made, or ten calendar days of the receipt of the original application, whichever is later, except as provided under 16 NYCRR 13.2. The Company shall advise any applicant who submits an incomplete application, in writing and within three business days of the receipt of the application, of the information and/or documents that must be submitted in order for the application to be considered complete. Such notice shall not itself be considered a denial of the application. The Company shall not deny an application for service except in a written notice either delivered personally to the applicant or sent to the applicant's current business address or any alternative mailing address provided in the application. The written notice of denial shall state the reason(s) for denial, specify whet the applicant must do to qualify for service and advise the applicant of the right to an investigation and review of the denial by the Commission or its authorized designee if the applicant considers the denial to be without justification, and provide the appropriate address and telephone number of the Commission.

(d)

(e)

(3)

Retail Access Service New residential or non-residential Customers wishing to initiate electric service may contact the Company or an alternative non-utility supplier (referred to herein as a an ESCO). The process for applying for service from the Company is set forth above; however, the process for initiating service through an ESCO is set forth in Rule 11, General Retail Access - Multi Retailer Model. (Continued on next leaf)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont'd)

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Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont'd) Reserved for Future Use

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont'd) Reserved for Future Use

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2, HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) B. CONSUMER DEPOSIT (1)

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Residential (a) The Company may require a consumer deposit from residential customers that are seasonal, short term or delinquent as a condition of receiving service. A customer is delinquent for the purpose of a deposit assessment if such customer: (i) Accumulates two consecutive months of arrears without making reasonable payment, defined as one-half of the total arrears, of such charges before the time that a late payment charge would become applicable, or fails to make a reasonable payment on a monthly bill within 50 days after the bill is due; provided the Company requests such deposit within two months of such failure to pay; or Had service terminated for nonpayment during the preceding six months.

(ii)

A delinquent customer shall be provided a written notice, at least 20 days before the deposit is assessed, that failure to make timely payments will permit the Company to require a deposit from such customer. If a deposit from a customer who is delinquent by virtue of his or her failure to make a reasonable payment of arrears, is required, the Company shall permit such customer to pay the deposit in installments over a period not to exceed 12 months.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) B. CONSUMER DEPOSIT (Cont’d) (1)

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Residential (Cont’d) (b) Deposits from applicants and customers may not exceed two times the estimated average monthly bill for a calendar year, except in the case of space heating customers, where deposits may not exceed twice the estimated average monthly bill for the heating season to secure payment for services actually rendered, or for the rental of fixtures, instruments and facilities actually supplied. (c) The Company shall not require any person it knows to be a recipient of public assistance, supplemental security income, or additional State payments to post a security deposit, nor shall it require or held a deposit from any residential applicant or customer it knows is 62 years of age or older unless such customer has had service terminated by the Company for nonpayment of bills within the preceding six months. The Company shall extend service to any applicant for service who has initiated a complaint on a deposit requested by Company and shall continue to supply service during the pendency of such complaint, provided that such applicant keeps current on hills for service rendered and pays a reasonable amount as a deposit if the complaint challenges only the amount requested.

(d)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) B. CONSUMER DEPOSIT (Cont’d) (2) Nonresidential (a)

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The Company may require a consumer deposit from any new customer or from an existing customer: (i) Who is delinquent. A customer is delinquent for the purpose of deposit assessment if two or more late payments were made within the previous 12 month period; or Whose financial condition is such that it is likely that the customer may default in the future; provided, however, the Company must have reliable evidence of such condition; or Who has filed for reorganization or bankruptcy; or Who has been rendered a backbill within the last twelve months for previously unbilled charges for service through tampered equipment.

(ii)

(iii) (iv)

(b)

A request for a deposit or a deposit increase shall be made in writing. The Company shall offer an existing customer, from whom a deposit is required under Rule 2.B.(2)(a)(i) or (ii), the opportunity to pay the deposit in three installments, 50 percent down and two monthly payments of the balance. The Company shall accept deposit alternatives such as irrevocable bank letters of credit and surety bonds that provide a level of security equivalent to cash. Deposits from applicants and customers may not exceed twice the estimated average monthly bill, except in the case of customers whose usage varies widely due to space heating or cooling or certain manufacturing and industrial processors, where the deposit shall not exceed the cost of twice the average monthly usage during the peak season.

(c)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) B. CONSUMER DEPOSIT (Cont’d) (2) Nonresidential (Cont’d) (d)

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The Company shall, at the first anniversary of the receipt of the deposit and at least biennially thereafter, review the billing history of every customer who has a deposit with the Company, to assure the amount of the deposit conforms with Rule 2.B.(2)(c). The Company reserves the right to review the deposit at any other time at the Company's option. If a review shows the deposit held falls short of the amount the Company may require by 25 percent or more, the Company may require the payment of a corresponding additional deposit amount. If a review shows that the deposit held exceeds the amount the Company may lawfully require by 25 percent or more, the Company shall refund the excess deposit to the customer. Upon request of a customer for a downward revision of the deposit, if the request is substantiated by both the customers' billing history and by a permanent documented change in load and consumption, the Company shall refund the excess deposit amount to the customer.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) B. CONSUMER DEPOSIT (Cont’d) (3)

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Deposit Interest The Company shall allow to each depositor simple interest at the rate per annum prescribed by the Public Service Commission on the amount deposited. Interest to residential customers shall be paid upon the return of the deposit, or where the deposit has been held for a period of one year, the interest shall be credited to the customer on the first billing for service rendered after the end of such period. Interest to nonresidential customers on such amount shall be credited to each depositor by deducting it from the first bill for service rendered such depositor after the next succeeding first day of October, and at each one-year interval thereafter. Deposit Return Each depositor, upon ceasing to be a customer, shall promptly receive a refund of such deposit and all interest thereon not theretofore refunded or credited, upon surrendering the deposit certificate (or submitting satisfactory proof of the right to receive the deposit) and upon payment of all bills for which such deposit is security. A residential customer shall promptly receive such refund of the deposit as stated herein by reason of nondelinquency for a one-year period from the payment of the deposit. A nonresidential customer will promptly receive such refund of a deposit also as stated herein by reason of nondelinquency for three years. However, a nonresidential customer's deposit refund may also be credited to the account it secured in the amount of the next projected cycle bill, if applicable, and may be credited to any other account of the customer not secured by a deposit, in the amount of the arrears on that account. Thereafter, the Company may again require a deposit under Rule 2.B.(1)(a) for residential customers or under Rule 2.B.(2)(a) for nonresidential customers.

(4)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) C.

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APPROVAL OF INSTALLATION Before service is supplied at any location, the customer shall furnish to the Company, at his own expense, satisfactory evidence as to the safe condition of his wiring and equipment. This evidence shall be an approval from the New York Board of Fire Underwriters, Middle Department Inspection Agency and/or any legally constituted authorities having jurisdiction. If additional wiring or equipment is installed on such premises, the customer shall notify the Company, before its connection to the Company's service, and secure approval as indicated above. ACCESS TO PREMISES An authorized officer or agent of the Company may enter at all reasonable times any building or other location supplied with service by the Company for the installation, removal, repairing, inspection and examination of meters, wire and works for supplying or regulating the supply of electricity and of ascertaining the quantity of electricity supplied, provided, however, such agent exhibits a photoidentification badge and written authority as provided in Section 65 (9) of the Public Service Law. The Company shall conduct a field investigation as soon as reasonably possible and within 60 calendar days, except where prevented by circumstances beyond the Company's control when there is: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) A request to inspect the meter(s) for accuracy is received as part of a nonresidential service application; or A reasonable customer request; or The issuance of a field inspection order in accordance with a Company bill review procedure; or Notification from any reasonable source that service may not be correctly metered; or A directive by Commission or its authorized designee.

D.

A customer or any other person, at any time, who directly or indirectly prevents or hinders a duly authorized officer or agent of this Company from entering the premises or from making an inspection or examination at any reasonable time may be charged $100.00 for each occurrence.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) E. REDISTRIBUTION (1)

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General Except as provided for under Rule 2.E.2 and 2.E.3, electric service will not be supplied under any Service Classification of this Schedule for resale, remetering (or submetering) or other redisposition. However, in nonresidential buildings, and in residential buildings in which the internal wiring was installed prior to January 1, 1977, any customer, through the practice of rentinclusion (master metering) may furnish electric energy for the use of his tenants provided that the customer shall not resell, make a specific charge for, or remeter (or submeter) or measure any of the electric energy so redistributed or furnished. For residential buildings in which the internal wiring was not installed prior to January 1, 1977, the practice of rent-inclusion (master metering) is prohibited. Residential Submetering, remetering, or resale of electric service shall not be permitted except as provided in subparagraphs (a) through (e) of this Rule (a) Master metered, new or renovated rental units owned or operated by private or government entities permitted: (i) Upon Commission approval of application containing the information required by 16 NYCRR 96.2(b) (1-8) for master metered units and 16 NYCRR 96.2(b) (1-7) for new or renovated units. (b) Master metered cooperatives and condominiums permitted: (i) Upon certification that a majority of its shareholders, where all tenants are shareholders, and all nonshareholders, and all nonshareholders, favor submetering,that a rate cap equivalent to the Company's rate for directly metered service is provided, that grievance procedures are established, and that savings will be used for conservation efforts; and (ii) Where one or more nonshareholder tenants refuse to agree, submetering shall be permitted only upon Commission approval of an application meeting the conditions set forth in 16 NYCRR 96.2(b) (1-7).

(2)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont'd) E. REDISTRIBUTION (Cont'd) (2)

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Residential (Cont'd) (c) Directly metered cooperatives and condominiums permitted: (i) Where all tenants are shareholders: (aa) Upon certification that 70% of shareholders favor submetering; and (bb) Provided that conditions set forth in Rule 2.E.(2) (b) (i) are met; and (ii) Where one or more tenants are nonshareholders, submetering shall be permitted upon certification that all non shareholder tenants have approved a plan that meets conditions set forth in paragraph 2.E.(2) (b) (i) of this Rule or where one or more nonshareholder tenants refuse to agree upon Commission approval of an application meeting the conditions set forth in 16 NYCRR 96.2 (b) (1-7). (d) New or renovated cooperatives and condominiums, where all tenants will be shareholders permitted: (i) Upon Commission approval of: (aa) Application containing verification that the building will be a condominium or cooperative; and (bb) Certification that the requirements as to rate cap, grievance procedures, and tenant protections are met, as provided in 16 NYCCR 96.2(f): and Upon certification that, in the event of transfer of control to the appropriate Cooperative or Condominium Board, the Board will ‘submeter electricity according to plan set forth in Rule 2.E.(2) (b) (i).

(ii)

(e)

Submetering shall be permitted in master metered and new or renovated campgrounds, recreational trailer parks and marinas. Master metered Senior Living Facilities permitted: All service rendered to individual residential dwelling units shall be provided through a single meter dedicated to providing service to each individual dwelling unit. Senior living facilities may be exempted from residential individual metering requirements if they meet all of the following criteria: (i) The Senior Living Facility will provide services that distinguish it from a typical apartment complex and its design will be energy efficient, resulting in electricity usage that does not vary significantly among residential units; (ii) The facility will continue to offer senior living services in the future; (iii) The facility will promote economic development. The applicant shall submit sufficient documentation to enable the Company to determine the applicant’s eligibility as a Senior Living Facility. The Company will inform the applicant if such documentation is insufficient to determine eligibility. Within 30 days of receipt of adequate documentation, the Company will notify the applicant of its eligibility or ineligibility for master metering. In cases of disagreement over the Company’s eligibility ruling, either the applicant or the Company may request a declaratory ruling from the Commission.

(f)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont'd) E. REDISTRIBUTION (Cont'd) (2) Residential (Con’t)

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The applicant shall submit a General Service Application with the Company. The applicant must be accepted or service by the Company as required under Rule 2.A.2 and meet eligibility requirements for the service classification being applied for. The Company shall grant any applicant for new service the allowances for service as required under Rule 3.B.6-8 appropriate. Senior Living facilities that no longer meet the above criteria or desire to convert to a different use shall no longer be exempt from individual metering requirements and shall either convert to individual metering or petition the Commission for approval of an alternative means of receiving electric service.

(3) Nonresidential A customer may purchase electricity for resale under any service classification of this rate schedule that would be available if such electricity were not for resale and said customer may resell the electricity purchased to tenants on an individually metered basis subject to approval by the Public Service Commission in response to individual proposals concerning electric service furnished to: (a) (b) Master metered, new or renovated nonresidential buildings; and Commercial occupants of cooperatives, condominium, campgrounds, recreational trailer parks or recreational marinas whose occupants were purchasing individually metered electric service on May 21, 1980.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) F. LIMITATIONS OF SERVICE OFFER (1)

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General The Company's offers of electric service included in and made pursuant to the provisions of the Schedule and the service classifications to which it relates, including its offers in respect to extension of facilities, Rule 3.A, are each subject to and modified by the provisions, conditions and limitations from time to time imposed by executive or administrative rules or orders issued from time to time by state or federal officers, commissions, boards or bodies having jurisdiction. Minimum Insulation Standards for the Provision of Gas and Electric Service (a) Definitions For purposes of this rule, the following definitions shall apply: (i) Dwelling - A building designed or used as the living unit for one or more families. Mobile homes shall not be considered dwellings. Historical Building - Any building or structure designated historically significant by the state or local governing body, or listed (or determined by the Secretary of the Interior to be eligible to be listed) in “The National Register of Historic Places.”

(2)

(ii)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) F. LIMITATIONS OF SERVICE OFFER (Cont’d) (2)

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Minimum Insulation Standards for the Provision of Gas and Electric Service (Cont’d) (b) Applicability and Compliance for New Dwellings All new dwellings in the State of New York for which an application for a building permit was made and plans were filed on or after January 1, 1979, and all new dwellings within the state for which construction was begun on or after January 1, 1979, will not be eligible for gas and electric service unless these dwellings comply with the New York State Energy Conservation Construction Code. Compliance with this Code will be satisfied under any of the following circumstances: (i) A building permit is obtained for the dwelling from a building code authority or similar authority empowered by local law to issue building permits; or, An affirmation is given by the contractor or builder on a certificate of compliance (see Rule 7.E. 1) that the construction of the dwelling will comply with the Energy Conservation Construction Code within 30 days after occupancy; or, A modification or variance from the requirements of the Energy Conservation Construction Code is issued by the State Board of Review as constituted pursuant to the Executive Law.

(ii)

(iii)

For any dwelling constructed after April 1, 1977, but before January 1, 1979, gas and electric service will not be provided without compliance with the Minimum Insulation Standards promulgated by the Commission in Opinion 77-10 (Case 26286, November 2, 1977) as amended.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) F. LIMITATIONS OF SERVICE OFFER (Cont’d) (2)

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Minimum Insulation Standards for the Provision of Gas and Electric Service (Cont’d) (c) Waivers For any dwelling constructed after April 1, 1977, but before January 1, 1979, a waiver from these requirements may be granted by: (i) The Company when the overall heat loss for the building envelope does not exceed the total heat loss which would result from conformance to the individual requirements. The heat loss calculations shall be certified by a licensed engineer or architect. The Company, if the applicant for service can establish through two estimates, one of which may be a Company audit, that the purchase price and installation charge (excluding financing charges) will be greater than seven times the anticipated annual savings to be obtained, (based on the present cost of the fuel currently used in the dwelling). The Public Service Commission for just cause, in unusual circumstances, if the applicant for gas or electric service has been denied a waiver pursuant to subsections (i) or (ii) above.

(ii)

(iii)

A copy of each variance granted or denied by the Company shall be made available to the Commission, and each applicant denied a variance shall be promptly informed by the Company of the right to appeal to the Commission.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) F. LIMITATIONS OF SERVICE OFFER (Cont’d) (2)

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Minimum Insulation Standards for the Provision of Gas and Electric Service (Cont’d) (d) Certificate of Compliance A Certificate of Compliance (see Rule 7.E. 1) shall be used in all areas of the state where no local authority exists, to assure compliance with the insulation requirements of the Energy Conservation Construction Code. Each Certificate of Compliance shall be signed by the builder or contractor and the owner shall receive a copy of such certificate. (e) Compliance Procedures In areas where there is no local building code authority, upon a complaint by a dwelling owner or tenant concerning noncompliance with the provisions of Rule 2.F.2.b, the Company will perform an on-site inspection to determine conformance with the standards concerning roofs, walls, foundation walls, floors, windows and doors. The result of this inspection will be provided in writing to the owner (and tenant when applicable) of the building. Whenever the Company finds, as a result of such inspection or notification by the local building code authority, more than one outstanding complaint against any particular contractor wherein a dwelling constructed by such contractor or builder was found to be in noncompliance with the applicable standards, the Company shall refuse to provide gas and electric service to any construction site of that contractor or builder until all existing violations are corrected. The Company shall undertake random inspections of the future construction work of a past noncomplying contractor or builder until such time as the Company is satisfied that the applicable standards are being met.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont'd) F. LIMITATIONS OF SERVICE OFFER (Cont'd) (2)

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Minimum Insulation Standards for the Provision of Gas and Electric Service (Cont'd) (f) Penalties for Noncompliance In the event the Company finds that any dwellings fails to comply with Rule 2.F.2.b, the Company shall impose a 25 percent surcharge on any bill for electric and gas service to the customer until such violations are The effective date of the surcharge rate shall be: (i) Immediately after notice, in the event the owner is directly responsible for the noncompliance. Ninety days after notice, in the event the owner has not contributed to the deficiencies. No surcharge shall be applied if the owner brings the building into compliance with 90 days.

(ii)

In the event the owner is not billed for the provision of electric and gas service, no surcharges will be applied to the bills of the nonowner occupants of the dwelling. Instead, after notification to the owner that the building is not in compliance, a surcharge will be billed to the owner. The surcharge will be 25 percent of the electric and gas bills for the dwelling that is not in compliance. In the event that circumstances prevent collecting the surcharge amount from the owner of the noncomplying building, the Company may refuse future connections for service to new tenants in the dwelling until it is brought into compliance. Furthermore, if the owner is an occupant of the dwelling, but is not billed for any gas or electric service, the surcharge will be imposed on the bill for service to the unit occupied by the owner.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) F. LIMITATIONS OF SERVICE OFFER (Cont’d) (2)

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Minimum Insulation Standards for the Provision of Gas and Electric Service (Cont’d) (g) Applicability and Conditions for Existing Dwelling Converting to Gas or Electric Spaceheating An existing dwelling will not be supplied gas or electric service for the purpose of converting to gas or electric spaceheat unless: (i) The roof/ceiling has at least six inches of insulation or insulation with an R value of 19 or greater; The dwelling has storm windows, or thermal windows with multiple glazing; and The entrances have storm doors or thermal doors.

(ii) (iii) (h)

Waivers The utility may waive the requirements in Rule 2.F.2.g where: (i) The applicant for service can establish through two estimates, one of which may be a Company audit, that the purchase price and installation charge (excluding interest charges) will be greater than seven times the anticipated annual savings to be obtained (based on the present cost of the fuel currently used in the building); or The dwelling is an historical building; or Other measures have been taken so that the overall heat loss for the building envelope does not exceed the total beat loss which would result from conformance with the minimum requirements of Rule 2.F.2.g. Such a heat loss calculation must be certified by a licensed architect or engineer.

(ii) (iii)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) F. LIMITATIONS OF SERVICE OFFER (Cont’d) (2)

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Minimum Insulation Standards for the Provision of Gas and Electric Service (Cont’d) (h) Waivers (Cont’d) In the case of a dwelling having a flat roof, or having four or more stories and converting to gas service in a temperature controlled service classification, compliance with the roof insulation standard will not be required if four or more inches of insulation are already in place or if insulation can be installed only by means of cutting an opening in the roof. In the case of a dwelling having six or more stories, storm windows will not be required as long as the utility certifies that the dwelling's windows are caulked and weatherstripped. This certification shall be made in writing to the Commission. A storm window will not be required on any window opening onto a fire escape. Copies of waivers granted or denied by the Company shall be made available to the Commission. Applicants denied waivers shall be informed of their right to appeal that denial to the Commission. The Commission may grant a waiver of the requirements to Rule 2.F.2.g for just cause after an applicant for gas or electric service has been denied a waiver by the Company. (i) Certificate of Compliance A dwelling's compliance with Rule 2.F.2.g shall be certified either by (1) the owner, (2) a contractor of the owner's choice who has inspected the building, or (3) a Company representative who has inspected the building at the owner's request. (See Rules 7.E.2 and 7.E.3.) The Company will provide the Certificate of Compliance to the applicant at the time of application for service, so that the applicant will be apprised of the requirements for service and the methods by which compliance can be certified.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) F. LIMITATIONS OF SERVICE OFFER (Cont’d) (2)

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Minimum Insulation Standards for the Provision of Gas and Electric Service (Cont’d) (j) Penalties for Noncompliance The Company shall impose a 25 percent surcharge on any bill for electric and gas service to any dwelling which has been converted to gas heat, or any dwelling which has converted to electric space heat and which does not comply with the standards set forth in Rule 2.F.2.g. The effective date of the surcharge rate shall be: (i) Immediately after notice, in the event the owner is directly responsible for the noncompliance. Ninety days after notice, in the event the owner has not contributed to the deficiencies. No surcharge shall be applied if the owner brings the building into compliance within 90 days.

(ii)

In the event the owner is not billed for the provision of electric and gas service, no surcharges will be applied to the bills of the nonowner occupants of the dwelling. Instead, after notification to the owner that the building is not in compliance; a surcharge will be billed to the owner. The surcharge will be 25 percent of the electric and gas bills for the dwelling that is not in compliance. In the event that circumstances prevent collecting the surcharge amount from the owner of the noncomplying building, the Company may refuse future connections for service to new tenants in the dwelling until it is brought into compliance. Furthermore, if the owner is an occupant of the dwelling, but is not billed for any gas or electric service the surcharge will be imposed on the bill for service to the unit occupied by the owner.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont’d) G.

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KIND OF SERVICE While the Company will at all times endeavor to furnish service under any of its standard classes of distribution best suited to the customer's requirements, nothing in this Schedule shall be interpreted as requiring the Company to render service other than that established as standard for the district in which the customer's premises are located, or to tap its transmission and distribution system except as found feasible by its engineers, or to make exceptions to its standard requirements in regard to installation of electric motors or other electrical apparatus. POWER QUALITY (1) Investigations At the customer’s request, the Company will perform an investigation of power quality problems (e.g. dim lights when a large appliance cycles on, etc.). If the investigation by the Company determines that the power quality problems are not the result of the electric supply services provided by the Company, any continued investigation to determine what customer-owned equipment or facility is the cause of the degradation in power quality will be the responsibility of the customer. (2) High Inrush Current Devices (a) Voltage Disturbances Except for customers served under Service Classification No. 7, customers taking service for operation of arc-furnaces, welders, X-ray machines or any other devices having a highly fluctuating or large instantaneous demand which causes undue voltage disturbance on the circuit from which service is taken, thereby interfering with the service taken by such customer or other customers, shall install or pay for corrective equipment and facilities to avoid such interference with service or, failing to do so, shall pay in addition to the applicable charge for service, $2.88 per kilovolt ampere per month for such additional corrective equipment. For customers taking service under Service Classification No. 7 for operation of arcfurnaces, welders, X-ray machines or any other devices having a highly fluctuating or large instantaneous demand which causes undue voltage disturbance on the circuit from which service is taken, thereby interfering with the service taken by such customer or other customers, the provisions of Rule 2 of the Minimum Demand Charge section of Service Classification No. 7 apply. (b) Motors All motors of five horsepower or less connected to the Company’s lines shall normally be single phase, and motors over five horsepower shall normally be three phase, but customers should contact Company in advance to ascertain the applicable conditions. Single phase motors rated in excess of one-half horsepower must be connected for 240 (208) volt operation. All motors connected to Company's lines shall be of a type that shall not require starting current deemed unreasonably by Company, or shall have starting devices to restrict the starting current within the limits considered reasonably by the Company, or both. (Continued on the next leaf)

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 36 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 1 Initial Effective Date: February 1, 2004 Superseding Revision: 0 In compliance with order in Case 02-E-0551, Establishing Electric Standby Rates, Issued and Effective July 29, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 2. HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE (Cont'd) H. POWER QUALITY (Cont'd) (3) Correction/Remediation If the customer causes or contributes to a power quality condition that adversely affects the Company’s system or other customers, the Company shall notify the customer of such condition. The customer shall be responsible for correcting that condition in a manner deemed adequate by the Company, by: (a) Installing and maintaining at its own expense, corrective equipment on its facilities to remedy the condition; or (b) Paying the costs and expenses for installation of corrective equipment by the Company, on its side of the point of delivery, to effect such correction. RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE . RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER A. DISTRIBUTION LINE EXTENSIONS (1) Facilities within Highway or Private Right-of-way Subject to the provisions of 16NYCRR Parts 98, 99 and 100, the Company shall furnish, place, construct, operate, maintain and when necessary replace at its own cost and expense all electric distribution lines, service connections and other facilities within the territorial limits of any street, avenue, road or way that is for any highway purpose under the jurisdiction of the legislative body of any city, town, village, county or the State of New York, or on a private right-of-way when the Company elects to use such a route in lieu of construction within such limits, used by the Company for supplying electricity to its customers. In the case where facilities are damaged, destroyed, caused to be replaced or reconstructed by an act or omission of any customer, person, corporation or other entity, the Company may recover its costs and expenses for such replacement or reconstruction from the party responsible for such act or omission. (2) Company Obligations When a written request for electric service is made to the Company by an applicant whose property abuts on or has access to any public right-of-way (other than a controlled access highway) in which the governmental authority having jurisdiction will permit the utility to install and maintain facilities, the Company shall: (a) Render the service requested in accordance with the provisions of 16 NYCRR Parts 98, 99 and 100; (b) Furnish, place, construct, operate, maintain and (when determined to be necessary by the utility or the Commission) reconstruct, or replace all electric facilities within a public right-of-way or other rightof-way when the Company elects to use such right-of-way in lieu of constructing facilities within the public right-of-way, at its own cost and expense, subject to the provisions of 16 NYCRR Parts 98, 99 and 100, which cost and expense shall include the amounts paid to governmental authorities for permits to do the work required and any additional amounts paid for the right(s) to make such elective use of other right-of-ways; and (c) Grant the appropriate footage allowance(s) under Rule 3.B.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) A. DISTRIBUTION LINE EXTENSIONS (Cont’d) (3) Obligations of all Applicants Whenever an applicant whose property abuts on any street, avenue, road or way as herein before defined, upon which there is no electric line appropriate to the service requested for said property, makes a written application to the Company for service, the Company shall furnish, place and construct such lines to serve said property provided that the applicant shall first have: (a) Assured the Company that the service requested will be of a reasonably permanent nature; (b) Either: (i) Delivered to the Company, free from cost, any necessary easements or rights-of-ways; or (ii) Paid or agreed to pay in writing any charge relating to the Company's acquisition of the necessary easements or rights-of-way. The applicant must indicate to the Company in writing that he or she has been unable to obtain such easements or rights-of-way. (c) Paid or agreed to pay in writing the material and installation costs relating to any portion of the distribution line, service line and appurtenant facilities, other than Account 368 (transformers) or Account 370 (meters), that exceed the portion that the Company will provide without a contribution from the applicant; and (d) Furnished reasonable financial security as to the performance of the agreement, if so required by the Company.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) A. DISTRIBUTION LINE EXTENSIONS (Cont’d) (4) Additional Obligations of Residing Applicants Before service is provided to a residing applicant, that applicant shall first have: (a) Assured the Company that he or she shall be a reasonably permanent customer; (b) Agreed to pay the Company the rates charged like customers; and (c) Paid or agreed to pay the Company for the installation costs and expenses of any distribution lines, service lines, right-of-way and appurtenant facilities in excess of any allowances under this Rule, prior to the commencement of construction. The costs and expenses for each applicant shall be determined as follows; (i) Service Lines -the costs and expenses for all facilities in excess of any allowances provided under Rule 3.B. (ii) Distribution Lines- the costs and expenses for all facilities in excess of any allowances provided under Rule 3.B. for any distribution line required exclusively to provide service to the applicant’s property and a pro rata portion of the costs and expenses for all facilities in excess of any allowances provided under Rule 3.B. for any portion of the distribution line that provides service to more than one applicant’s or customer’s property. The pro rata portion shall be calculated as follows: each applicant shall be provided a distribution footage allowance of up to the distribution footage allowance under Rule 3.B as required for each customer property to be served. Each individual applicant’s distribution allowances will then be totaled to determine the aggregate footage allowance for the distribution line. If an applicant is taking service within this aggregate footage allowance section of distribution provided without cost, then the applicant will not be required to pay for distribution costs. For any sections of distribution beyond the aggregate distribution footage allowances, each applicant of the section beyond the aggregate footage allowances shall pay for that portion of the costs and expenses for that distribution section divided by the number of customers served by that distribution section. If, within 10 years from the date that the extension went into service, any new customer is added to the extension any allowances provided to such an applicant shall be first applied to the existing extension and, if the extension branches or diverges from the existing extension, then and thereafter to the new or additional distribution extension. (d) A residing applicant may elect to either: (i) Pay a lump sum payment for the costs and expenses of such facilities. If, within 10 years from the date that the extension went into service, either (1) any new customer is added to the extension the payment amounts shall be recalculated and the applicant that paid a lump sum payment shall receive a prorata refund, without interest, for the cost of that additional portion of distribution lines that the applicant would have received without contribution or (2) the total revenue from all customers served by the distribution extension exceeds 1.5 times the Company’s costs and expenses in each of any two consecutive calendar years, the applicant shall receive a prorated refund, without interest, of the lump sum payment based upon the number of years which elapsed before the revenue test was met; or

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) A. DISTRIBUTION LINE EXTENSIONS (Cont’d) (4) Additional Obligations of Residing Applicants (Cont’d) ii) Pay a surcharge for such facilities. The surcharge shall be applicable for ten (10) years, and billed in monthly installments by the Company as set forth below. When any new customer is added to the extension, the surcharge shall be recalculated and the payment amount adjusted for the remaining years. However, the interest factor shall remain constant for the life of the surcharge. The surcharge shall be calculated as follows: (Cost of excess facilities X interest factor) = monthly payment. The interest factor shall be calculated as follows: I = (C/12)/(1 - (1 + (C/12))-120). Where C is the Company's weighted pre-tax cost of capital as allowed in the prior rate proceeding. At any time, the applicant may make a lump sum payment for the outstanding balance of the surcharge. Such lump sum payment shall be subject to refund for the remaining term under Rule 3.A.(4)(d). The surcharge shall terminate if at any time the number of customers added to the extension equal or exceed the applicable footage allowances of the total extension. The surcharge shall cease if the total revenue from the extension exceeds 1.5 times the total cost of the total distribution extension. The remainder of any surcharge shall be collectible from any subsequent owner of the premises served. The applicant shall inform any prospective owner of the premises of the surcharge obligation prior to the transfer of any interest in the premises served. However such notification or lack thereof shall have no bearing on the Company’s right to collect the surcharge from any subsequent owner, provided that the notice required under 16NYCRR Part 98(f) is included in the original surcharge agreement. Customers currently paying a surcharge may at their option convert to either a lump sum or ten-year surcharge with prior payments credited. If the initial amount to be surcharged is less than $1,000, the applicant must make a lump sum payment under Rule 3.A.(4)(d)(i).

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) A. DISTRIBUTION LINE EXTENSIONS (Cont’d) (5) Additional Obligations Of Non-residing Applicants Before service is provided to a non-residing applicant, the applicant shall first have: (a) Cleared any right-of-way conveyed to the utility of tree stumps, brush and other obstructions and graded such right-of-way to within six inches of final grade at no charge to the Company where electric distribution lines, service lines, or appurtenant facilities are required to be installed underground by the Commission or another governmental authority having jurisdiction to do so or will be placed underground at the request of the applicant; (b) Provided a survey map certified by a licensed professional engineer or land surveyor and certified to as final by the applicant, showing the location of each dwelling (if known), lot, sidewalk and roadway, if requested to do so by the utility; (c) Placed and agreed to continue to maintain survey stakes indicating grade and property lines; (d) Furnished to the utility or agreed to furnish a map showing the location of all existing and proposed underground facilities, as soon as the location of such facilities is known; (e) Paid the lump sum charge for the installation of any facilities in excess of any footage allowances; and (f) Paid a deposit, if so required by the Company. B. ALLOWANCES FOR THE PROVISION OF ELECTRIC SERVICE The Company shall provide the applicant(s) with up to the appropriate required footage allowances for each customer property served in compliance with 16 NYCRR Parts 98, 99, and 100 as detailed below. The applicant shall pay for any costs and expenses required to provide service that are in addition to the allowances provided in this section. The costs and expenses are detailed in the Company’s Statement of Common Charges for Construction, Maintenance & Repair or for, underground residential subdivisions, as detailed under Rule 3.J.2.a. (1) Allowance for Required Residential Underground Service. Where the Company is required, by the Commission or another governmental authority having jurisdiction to do so, to provide residential underground service, the costs and expenses which the Company must bear, except as otherwise provided in 16 NYCRR Parts 98, 99, and 100, shall include the material and installation costs for up to a total of 100 feet underground distribution line (including supply line) and/or underground service line per dwelling unit served. The line is measured from the existing distribution line (from the connection point on the bottom of the riser pole for overhead to underground connections) to each applicant's meter or point of attachment with respect to each residential building. For multiple dwellings the footage allowance for each building shall be up to 100 feet for the average number of dwelling units per floor of each building, calculated as follows: total number of units/number of floors = number of allowances.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont'd) B. ALLOWANCE FOR THE PROVISION OF ELECTRIC SERVICE (Cont'd) (2) Allowance for Non-mandatory Residential Underground Service. Where an applicant requests a residential underground service line in situations other than those described in (1), the cost and expense which the Company must bear shall be equal to the material and installation costs for which the Company would have been responsible if the applicant had received overhead service under Rule 3.B.(3). measured from the Company's existing electric system (from the connection point on the bottom of the riser pole for overhead to underground connections) to each applicant's meter or point of attachment with respect to each residential building. (3) Allowance for Residential Overhead Service. Where the Company is permitted to provide residential overhead service, the costs and expenses which the Company must bear shall be equal to the material and installation costs for up to 500 feet of single phase overhead distribution line and up to 100 feet of service line. (4) Allowance for Elective Residential and Non-residential Underground Service. Where the Company chooses to provide residential or non-residential underground service, the costs and expenses which the Company must bear shall be equal to the material and installation costs relating to the necessary utility facilities that exceed the amount which the applicant would be required to pay if such facilities were installed overhead. (5) Provision of Mandatory or Non-mandatory Non-residential Underground Service. Where the Company is requested to provide a non-residential underground service line by an applicant, or where a governmental authority having jurisdiction to do so requires undergrounding, the costs and expenses which the Company must bear shall be equal to the material and installation costs equivalent to those contained in Rule 3.B.(6) in connection with the provision of non-residential overhead service. (6) Allowance for Non-residential Overhead Service. Where the Company chooses to provide non-residential overhead service, the costs and expenses which the Company must bear shall be equal to the material and installation costs for up to 500 or 300 feet of overhead distribution line, for single-phase and three-phase service, respectively. (7) Allowance for a Combination of Overhead and Underground Service. The costs and expenses the Company must bear shall be equal to the material and installation costs equivalent to those allowances contained in Rule 3.B.(3) for residential applicants and Rule 3.B.(6) for non-residential applicants. (8) Facilities in Excess of Those Allowed in Rule 3.B .(1)-(7). When an applicant requires facilities in addition to the allowances provided in Rule 3.B.(1) - (7), such costs and expenses shall be paid for by the applicant.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) C. PERMANENT SERVICE LATERALS An overhead service lateral for a residential applicant or customer shall be installed, owned, operated and maintained by the Company. An overhead service lateral for a non-residential applicant or customer may be installed by the Company, or by the applicant or customer, or the Company and the applicant or customer may each install a portion of the lateral. An underground service lateral may be installed by an applicant or customer or by the Company. The applicant or customer and the Company are each responsible for the ownership, operation, and maintenance of the portion of the service lateral, if any, on its side of the service point. Normal maintenance of a service lateral by the Company shall not be considered an increase in service capacity. Increases in service capacity shall be made in accordance with Rule 3.C.(7), except where the customer requires an increase in voltage or number of phases, in which case such increase shall be considered a new service installation. Replacement of a Company owned service lateral shall also be considered a new service application. In both cases, the customer will be entitled to the appropriate allowances. The installation of a service lateral by an applicant or customer shall be approved by the New York Board of Fire Underwriters, Middle Department Inspection Agency or any legally constituted authority having jurisdiction in that municipality prior to the energization of such lateral by the Company. If the premises served by the service lateral has been vacant or its account inactive for 6 months or more (except for seasonal accounts), or if the service lateral or service entrance has been damaged, the Company reserves the right to require that the service lateral be inspected prior to being re-energized. The Company reserves the right to designate the service connection point of the service lateral to the applicant's or customer's wiring, the connection point to the distribution system, the location of any appurtenant facilities, and the path of any portion of the service lateral installed by the Company.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) C. PERMANENT SERVICE LATERALS (Cont'd) All service to an applicant's or customer's premises, location or building shall be rendered through a single service lateral, except: (i) When two or more service connections are necessary to provide service at the least expense to the Company or in order to render proper and reliable service without undue interruptions. (ii) When an applicant requests or requires the installation of two or more services to a single premise, location or building, the customer shall bear the costs and expenses for the additional services. If a residential applicant, because of the length of the service line or other conditions, requires that a service line or portion of the service line be installed at a primary voltage or with a transformer located on the applicant's property, the Company shall install and maintain the primary portion of the service line. The applicant shall bear the costs and expenses for the primary portion of the service line, transformer pad installation, and secondary voltage service line less a dollar allowance equivalent to the allowance for residential service lines under Rule 3.B.(1) for underground service or 3.B.(3) for overhead service. For underground service lines, the applicant may provide for any trenching, provided however that the trench must meet the Company’s specifications. If there is any delay or rework occasioned by incomplete or inadequate applicant trenching, the Company may charge the customer any costs and expenses incurred as a result.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) C. PERMANENT SERVICE LATERALS (Cont’d) The applicant or Customer shall pay for a Company-installed service lateral (excluding transformers, accessories and switching equipment) as follows: (1) Overhead Service Lateral (a) At voltages not exceeding 12.5 kilovolts when either an overhead service lateral requires installation of a pole (not including a pole installed for distribution purposes) or the route of the service lateral requires installation of facilities in excess of any allowance provided for under Rule 3.B, the applicant or Customer shall be charged for the costs and expenses of those excess facilities determined by the Company to be required as listed in the Company's Statement of Common Construction Charges. Special Construction Charges Whenever special requirements of the applicant or Customer or the physical properties of the installation site necessitate construction methods or installations other than standard, the applicant or Customer shall be responsible for any costs and expenses associated with such non-standard construction. (b) When voltage exceeds 12.5 kilovolts, the applicant or Customer shall be charged for the Company’s costs and expenses for that portion of the service lateral on the applicant's or Customer's property which is in excess of any allowance provided for under Rule 3.B. (2) Underground Service Lateral Supplied from an Existing Residential Subdivision Underground Distribution System The applicant or Customer shall be responsible for all Company costs and expenses for that portion of the service lateral on the applicant's or Customer's property in excess of the service line allowance under Rule 3.B.(1).

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

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GENERAL INFORMATION 3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d)

C. PERMANENT SERVICE LATERALS (Cont’d) (3) Underground Service Lateral Supplied from an Overhead Distribution System The applicant or customer shall be responsible for all Company costs and expenses for the service lateral from the connection point on the distribution line to the service entrance, less an allowance as specified in Rule 3.B.(1) for residential installations or Rule 3.B.(5) for non-residential. (4) Combination Overhead and Underground Service Lateral The applicant or customer shall be responsible for all Company costs and expenses for the service lateral, less an allowance for an overhead service line. (5) Relocation of a Service Lateral The applicant or customer shall be responsible for all Company costs and expenses unless the relocation requires only a reconnection or is for Company convenience. (6) Replacement of an Overhead Service Lateral with an Underground Service Lateral The applicant or customer shall be responsible for all Company costs and expenses for the service lateral from connection point on the distribution line to service entrance, if requested by the customer or mandated by governmental authority. See Rule 3.C.(7) when replacement of overhead facilities with underground facilities is required due to increased service capacity.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

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GENERAL INFORMATION 3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) C. PERMANENT SERVICE LATERALS (Cont’d) (7) Increase in Service Capacity (a) The Company will, at its own expense, increase the capacity of an existing, permanent, Company-owned underground Service Lateral in the same location provided the increased capacity does not require the installation of pad mounted transformer(s) on the customer's property. When pad mounted transformer(s) are installed on the customer's property, the Company will be responsible for the installation and maintenance of the transformer(s) and related services plus that portion of the service lateral between the transformer(s) and the Company's distribution facilities. The customer will be responsible for the costs of installation and maintenance of foundation(s) for the transformer(s) and related devices, plus that portion of the service lateral between the pad mounted transformer(s) and the service entrance. (b) The Company will, at its own expense, increase the capacity of an existing, permanent, Company-owned overhead service lateral in the same location provided the transformer capacity does not exceed 500 kilovoltamperes. Transformer capacity in excess of 500 kilovolt-amperes will require the installation of pad mounted transformer(s) and the replacement of all or a portion of the overhead service lateral with an underground service lateral. The Company will be responsible for the overhead portion of the service lateral, the installation and maintenance of the transformer(s) and related devices, plus that portion of the underground service lateral between the pad mounted transformer(s) and the connection point on the overhead line at a terminal pole to be located adjacent to the transformer installation. The customer will be responsible for the costs of installation and maintenance of the foundation(s) for the transformer(s) and related devices, plus that portion of underground service lateral between the pad mounted transformer(s) and the service entrance. (c) A customer requesting a temporary increase in service capacity will pay for the enlarged facilities in accordance with Rule 3.H. (d) Where the customer's equipment and/or method of operation requires the installation of service facilities (transformers, etc.) in excess of that considered by the Company as required for normal utilization of service (“excess facilities”), such excess facilities shall be installed and the customer shall pay the Company its costs and expenses for such excess facilities.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

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GENERAL INFORMATION 3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) D. PLURALITY OF SERVICES (1) General Rule All service to a customer's premises shall be rendered through a single service lateral and meter. The conditions and circumstances enumerated in Rules 3.D.(2) and 3.D.(3) provide for the exceptions to the General Rule. (2) Separate Meters - Separate Billing At the Company's option, the Company will install as many meters as a customer shall reasonably require because of unique physical or load conditions, provided that the circuit or circuits connected to each meter are kept separate from all other circuits. The service rendered through each of such meters shall be computed separately and billed on the applicable filed Rate Schedule. The installation of an additional meter at a building under this provision shall not entitle an applicant or customer to an additional allowance under Rule 3.B. When a residential customer requests that more than one meter be installed, each additional meter must supply an individual dwelling unit, building or premises. Additional meters will not be installed for the purpose of qualifying the customer's load for service under a different service classification than that otherwise applicable under Rule 3.D.( 1 ). When one service is used for both residential and non-residential purposes, the customer may elect to have the residential portion of his use separately metered and billed on the applicable residential service classification.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

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D. PLURALITY OF SERVICES (Cont’d) (3) Multiple Meters - Combined Billing The readings of two or more meters measuring the service to a single customer at a single location may he combined: (a) When a single meter cannot correctly measure the total service rendered. (b) When two or more service connections are necessary to provide service at the least expense to the Company. (c) When, in order to render proper and reliable service without undue interruptions, more than one service connection is necessary and a meter or meters are connected with each service connection When the Company elects to supply the customer's premises through more than one service connection of a single type of current, the energy (kWh) and the noncoincident monthly maximum demands (kW) for each service connection will be added for billing, unless the expense for wiring and additional meter equipment necessary for the measurement of coincident demands is borne by the customer.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: October 2, 2006 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont d) E. METER (1) General The Company or a competitive Meter Service Provider (MSP) will furnish and install the meter or meters to measure the electricity used by the Customer in accordance with the provisions of the Service Classification applicable to the service. Such meter or meters shall be installed on the Customer s side of the point of supply. Meters installed by the Company shall remain the property of the Company except as provided for in Rule 3.E(2). The Customer shall protect the meter and furnish sufficient and proper space for its installation. The Customer shall continually maintain a safe and clear approach to any Company owned meter or, if such an approach cannot be maintained, shall bear the expense of the relocation of the meter and relocation of the service lateral, or any portion thereof, to a more suitable location to be mutually agreed upon by the Company and the Customer. Such relocation will be performed by the Company. A service panel in accordance with the specifications of the Company is required. Meters shall be installed outside, whenever feasible, for all new one-, two- and three-family houses. A remote meter reading device shall be installed for all new one-, two- and three-family houses where an outside meter installation is not feasible. The Customer shall pay to the Company its costs and expenses, for the remote meter reading device and its installation. The costs and expenses of the meter enclosure and socket shall be borne by the Customer and/or applicant. All meter enclosures and sockets must be approved by the Company. For metering installations which require instrument transformers be included as part of the meter enclosure, the meter enclosure must be approved by and purchased from the Company. At the request of a Customer, a remote meter reading device may be installed for an existing inside meter. The Customer shall pay to the Company the cost of the remote meter reading device and its installation. If a meter or service entrance equipment has been found to be tampered with, or a theft of service has occurred, the Company may charge the Customer its costs and expenses for investigating, repairing and replacing the meters and associated service equipment and the Company s costs and expenses for removing the meter and installing it in a secure location. (2) Meter Ownership Eligible large commercial and industrial time-of-use Customers, with a basic demand of not less than 300 kilowatts during any three (3) of the previous twelve (12) months, have the option of owning a PSC-approved compatible meter. Such Customer may obtain meter data on a real-time basis, without incurring a fee, provided that such Customer installs and maintains, at its own expense, the necessary ancillary equipment required to provide such data. Such access may require the installation by the Company of a different type of meter/recorder that will allow the parties to obtain access to the data, with the cost responsibility of such meter/recorder and installation to be borne by the Customer. The Company will retain control of the meter and will provide metering services, including meter reading, installation, maintenance, and PSC compliance. The customer will not be charged the monthly meter ownership charge applicable to the customer s service classification and voltage level.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) E. METER (Cont’d) (2) Meter Ownership (Cont’d) The Customer may obtain one of the following options: (a) For meter ownership of an existing meter at a Customer’s service point, the Company will determine the applicable market value of the meter and assess such cost to the Customer based upon the make, model, and average age of the installed meter of that type; (b) For meter ownership of a new meter at a Customer’s service point, the Company will determine the applicable market value, including all Company’s costs of acquiring and installing the meter, and assess such costs to the Customer; (c) For meter ownership of a new meter with removal and replacement of an existing meter at a Customer’s service point, the Company will determine the applicable market value of the new meter, including all Company’s costs of acquiring, installing, and removing the meter, deduct the market or salvage value of the existing meter, and assess such cost to the Customer, which depends upon the make, model, and average age of the installed meter of that type; or (d) The Customer may purchase a new meter from a source other than the Company, provided that the meter is approved by the Public Service Commission for revenue metering in New York State and is compatible with the Company’s system. All Costs and Expenses of installing the meter, and if applicable, of removing the old meter, will be assessed to the Customer. The market or salvage value of an existing meter will be deducted from the costs assessed the Customer. (3) Customer Requested Automated Meter Reading Services For Company owned meters, Customers may request and obtain Automated Meter Reading (AMR) Services from the Company. The Company’s AMR Services will consist of: (a) A device (an interval meter that stores real-time data in an AMR recorder) which can be used to determine usage information that is read and transmitted to the Company remotely via a telephone line; (b) Real-time information including hourly usage on a regular and ongoing twenty-four hour lagged basis, which will be made available to a Customer on an electronic bulletin board or via an electronic transfer; and (c) A ten (10) year guarantee on newly installed AMR device capabilities or a five (5) year guarantee on existing AMR device capabilities. Installation of a dedicated telephone line, determined by the Company to be suitable for use by the AMR device, will be the responsibility of the Customer, who must coordinate scheduling of that installation with the Company. Maintenance of, and repairs to, the telephone line shall be the responsibility of the Customer, and shall be performed in a timely fashion. Should the company incur additional costs and expenses to retrieve data as a result of an inoperable telephone line, the Customer shall be responsible for such costs and expenses.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) E. METER (Cont’d) (3) Customer Requested Automated Meter Reading Services (Cont’d) The Customer will be charged a monthly fee for AMR Services of $20.75 for each service point for realtime hourly information, in addition to any one-time charges associated with installation. For AMR services requested by the Customer, the Company will determine what will be necessary for the service based on the following criteria: (i) For installation of a new AMR recorder on an existing meter, which is compatible to receive the AMR recorder, the Customer will be charged a one-time charge of $1,729.00 for the AMR recorder and installation at a Customer’s service point; or For installation of a new AMR recorder and a new meter, the Company will charge a one-time charge of $ 2,276.00 for the AMR device and installation at a Customer’s service point.

(ii)

The Company will limit the AMR services to a total of 1,000 Customer service points until June 30, 1999. (4) Automated Meter Reading Services Installed at the Discretion of the Company At any time after the Company installs an AMR device at its own discretion, the Company may choose to remove the AMR device, and will notify the Customer prior to such removal. The Customer shall have ninety (90) days from the date of notification to request that the AMR device remain at the Customer’s service point. Upon notification to the Company, the Customer will be assessed a one-time charge per AMR recorder of $482.00, and the monthly fee of $20.75. If notification from the Customer is not received during such ninety (90) days, the Company may replace, at the Company’s discretion, the AMR recorder with a meter compatible with the Company’s metering infrastructure, at no cost to the Customer. If the charges for the telephone line are currently being paid by the Company, those charges must be transferred to the Customer’s name at that service point by the end of that ninety (90) day period. If transfer of such telephone charges is not completed by such date, or subsequent AMR usage data is unobtainable due to non-payment of telephone charges by the Customer, the Company, may at its own discretion, replace the AMR recorder at the service point with a meter compatible with the Company’s metering infrastructure.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 53 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 3 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION 3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) E. METER (Cont’d) 4) Competitive Meter Service Any Customer taking service under service classification 3, 7, 8, or 9 which has a measured demand of 50 kW or greater for two consecutive months during the most recent 12 months is eligible to contract with a qualified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and a qualified Meter Data Service Provider (MDSP) to provide meter services and meter data services, in accordance with the revised New York Practices and Procedures for the Provision of Electric Metering in a Competitive Environment adopted by the Public Service Commission in its Order issued and effective January 31, 2001 in Case 94-E-0952 and Case 00-E-0165. The Customer will not be charged the meter ownership, meter service and meter data service charges. Meter services consist of the installation, maintenance, testing and removal of meters and related equipment. Meter data services consists of meter reading, meter data translation and customer association, validation, editing and estimation (CAVEE). A Customer who contracts with a competitive MSP and MDSP to provide meter services and meter data services must notify the Company in writing that it is procuring those services competitively. The MSP and MDSP must be qualified with the New York State Department of Public Service. The meter installed by the MSP must be capable of developing and supplying the billing determinants required by the applicable service classification in a manner and timeframe consistent with the Company's requirements. At the option of the Company, metering by the MSP may be at a voltage either higher or lower than delivery voltage. In such cases, the Company will install, own, and maintain the appropriate instrument transformers necessary to effectuate such metering. (5) Interval Meters For all customers with an interval meter, their supplier (ESCO or RG&E, as applicable) may choose to use interval meter data or service class load profiles for energy scheduling and balancing, as well as the reporting of the supplier’s (ESCO or RG&E, as applicable) capacity obligations. Such customers include: (a) ESCO customers with an interval meter who choose the ESCO Supply Service (ESS), including those taking service under S.C. No. 14 – Standby Service, or (b) RG&E customers with an interval meter who choose the RG&E Supply Service (RSS), including those taking service under S.C. No. 14 – Standby Service. The above Supply Service Options are described at Rule 12.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d)

F. TRANSFORMER VAULTS Whenever a transformer vault is necessary to supply a customer with alternating current service in the network district, the customer will provide space satisfactory to the Company in which space the Company will construct, at its expense, a transformer vault for housing its transformers and necessary switching equipment. These transformers may, if desired by the Company, be tied in with the Company's secondary distribution system. Where a transformer vault already available or in service on the customer's premises is adequate for service in the judgment of the Company, and the customer requires a change in the location of the vault, such a change will only be made at the expense of the customer. G.STANDBY: AUXILIARY OR BREAKDOWN SERVICE Customers operating power generating equipment and having equipment that may be operated by privately generated power or by purchased power, may contract for service under an applicable Service Classification. The customer shall not operate his own power generating equipment in parallel with the Company’s service except under control by, and with the Company's consent.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION & MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) H.TEMPORARY SERVICE Temporary service is nonrecurring service intended to be used for a short time only, seasonal, or service to a building, structure or personal property which is nonpermanent in that it may be readily removed or relocated. An applicant or customer requiring temporary service for other than a permanent residential dwelling unit shall, upon signing for such service, pay to the Company a nonrefundable amount equal to the estimated cost to the Company for labor, material and all other costs occasioned by the installation and removal of the service, less a reasonable credit for salvageable materials. If the Company elects not to remove the temporary service facilities, the Company shall refund any charges collected for the removal of the service. If a distribution line is required to be extended in order to provide the temporary service, the applicant shall pay the Company's full costs and expenses for the installation and removal of the distribution line. As a general rule a trailer is considered to be a non permanent installation. A trailer, building or structure shall be considered permanent when it is not movable and set on and permanently attached to a masonry foundation and connected to a permanent water supply and septic/sewer system. The permanent water supply and the septic/sewer system must be approved by the appropriate municipality or agency having jurisdiction in the area. A foundation under this Rule does not include a concrete or cement pad. If, within five (5) years after a temporary service is established, the characteristics of such service become other than temporary or the customer premises supplied by the temporary service becomes a residential dwelling unit, the Company will refund to the customer the amount paid for such temporary service, less the applicable charge for a permanent service. Temporary service will be furnished under the applicable Service Classification without term limitation.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

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GENERAL INFORMATION 3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) I. EXCEPTIONAL CONDITIONS OF SUPPLY (1) The customer should give the Company reasonable advance notice, preferably in writing, of any proposed new or increased service required, setting forth in such notice the amount, character and the expected duration of time the new or increased service will be required. If such new or increased load exceeds 150 kilovolt-amperes and if it necessitates new or added or enlarged facilities (other than metering equipment) for the sole use of the customer, the Company may require the customer to make a reasonable contribution to the cost of the new or added or enlarged facilities whenever the customer fails to give assurance, satisfactory to the Company, that the taking of the new or increased service shall be of sufficient duration to render the supply thereof reasonably compensatory to the Company. The customer or the Company may apply to the Public Service Commission for a ruling as to the necessity for and reasonableness of the contribution required. However, such contribution in aid of construction shall be refunded monthly to the customer at the rate of ten percent of the amount paid for electricity each month for such new or added load. Any unrefunded balance remaining at the end of five years from the date when the above service was first made available shall be forfeited to the Company. In the event that service should be discontinued before the expiration of five years, the customer shall be given an additional refund of the value of material then returnable to stock, less its removal expense, and the then remaining balance, if any, shall be forfeited to the Company. However, in no event shall the sum total of the refunds exceed the total contribution less the applicable charges for a permanent service lateral. (2) If a customer is found to be the source of any disturbances, variations, or harmonics that affect the service of another customer or area, the customer causing such disturbances, variation or harmonics shall install the necessary equipment or change operating practices to alleviate such disturbances, variations, or harmonics. If such customer refuses or fails to install such equipment or change operating practices, then the Company shall install the necessary equipment to alleviate the problem. The customer causing such disturbances, variations, or harmonics shall bear the Company's full costs and expenses incurred in remedying the situation.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d)

J. UNDERGROUND RESIDENTIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS IN SUBDIVISIONS For permanent electric service to new residential buildings within a residential subdivision on which it is planned to be divided into five or more building lots or to one or more new multiple-occupancy buildings containing four or more individual dwelling units, and upon compliance by the applicant with the requirements of this Rule, the Company shall install, operate and maintain underground electric distribution lines with sufficient capacity, including reasonable provision for load growth, reliability and of a material which, in its judgment, will assure that the applicant will receive safe and adequate electric service. Such installation shall be undertaken by the Company as soon as reasonably practicable after receipt of a proper application and any required permits and shall be made at a time appropriate to render service. Construction will not be delayed by the Company so that the applicant will be delayed in the sale or other disposal of the buildings, or lots, except where such delay is caused by strikes, fire, flood, inclement weather, unavailability of materials, civil disorders or other conditions beyond the control of the Company. No overhead circuits, including street lighting circuits shall thereafter be installed by the Company within a subdivision having underground electric distribution lines. For purposes of this Rule 3.J., a subdivision is a tract of land divided into five or more lots for the construction of new buildings, or the land on which new multiple-occupancy buildings are to be constructed, the development of either of which has been approved or was required to have been approved by the governmental authorities having jurisdiction over land use. Under certain conditions as set forth in Rule 3.J.(5), the Company may install overhead distribution lines in new subdivisions. (1) Pre-conditions Prior to construction, the applicant shall: (a) Execute the Application for Underground Residential Distribution System (shown under Rule 7.D.); and (b) Comply with any applicable provisions of Rule 3.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: July 1, 2011 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d)

J. UNDERGROUND RESIDENTIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS IN SUBDIVISIONS (Cont’d) (2) Installation of Underground Distribution System within Subdivisions (a) Contribution by the Applicant Before construction is commenced, the applicant shall make a per foot contribution based on the distribution line, supply line, and/or service line footage in excess of the required footage allowance specified in Rule 3.B.(1). The Applicant Trenching Credit shall be applied in accordance with Rule 3.J.(6).

Single-phase distribution including trench, primary cable, secondary cable, and labor. Per Foot of Trench Supply Line Contribution Cost based on the estimated costs of the customer specific project. Service Line Contribution. Per Foot of Trench Applicant Trenching Credit. Per Foot of Trench Incremental underground poly-phase distribution primary cables and labor. (Applicable if the Company determines that two or three-phase service is required or if the customer requests two or three-phase service.) Per Foot of Trench In addition to this incremental poly-phase cable rate, the customer will be charged the incremental amount for any appurtenant facilities needed to meet the customer’s or Company’s requirements.

$13.71 Project Cost $8.49 $6.39

$3.35

The foregoing per-foot contribution may be modified by the Company by a filing with the Public Service Commission on or before May 1 of each year. The average cost per foot for these services will be based upon the simple averaging of the most recent five years annual average costs. If, after the underground system construction is completed, the development of the subdivision is modified by the addition of dwelling units which then take service from the distribution line within the boundaries of the subdivision, the Company will recalculate the contribution and make an appropriate refund, without interest, but in no case will the refund exceed the original contribution. Any portion of the charge remaining unrefunded five years from the date the Company is first ready to render service shall be retained by the Company. Any footage allowances provided under Rule 3.B. shall be first applied to the distribution system, including supply lines where supply lines are required to be underground, then to any service lines

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d)

J. UNDERGROUND RESIDENTIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS IN SUBDIVISIONS (Cont’d) (2) Installation of Underground Distribution System within Subdivisions (Cont’d) (b) Deposit by the Applicant In order to guarantee performance, the Company may require from the applicant before construction is commenced a deposit in a reasonable amount, but in no event more than the estimated total cost of construction. The deposit is in addition to the applicant’s payment (contribution) of its share of costs for installation and shall be returned, with interest, to the applicant, on a pro rata basis based on the number of dwelling units connected to and receiving service from the system, when each dwelling unit is connected to the system. When the developer is not primarily engaged in the construction of dwelling units within the subdivision and there is no governmental authority requiring undergrounding and overhead facilities are proposed to be installed under Rule 3.J.(5)(a); the Company may require a deposit of the full costs and expenses for the overhead distribution system prior to the start of construction. This deposit shall be returned, with interest, to the applicant, on a pro rata basis based on the number of dwelling units connected to and receiving service from the system, when each dwelling unit is connected to the system. Any portion of the deposit remaining unrefunded five years from the date the Company is first ready to render service from the underground system shall be retained by the Company. A bond, letter of credit or reasonable equivalent may be posted in lieu of any deposit providing the terms can be mutually agreed upon by the Company and the applicant. In addition, the Company may require provision for collection in advance of a reasonable sum for administrative costs. The deposit refund interest rate shall be the rate specified by the Commission for interest on deposits. (3) Underground Electric Service Lateral Underground electric service laterals shall be installed in accordance with the provisions of Rule 3.C. (4) Underground Connection to Supply System If a governmental authority having jurisdiction to require undergrounding, has required that underground facilities be installed, the Company shall furnish and construct, when necessary, an amount of underground supply circuit from the boundary line of the subdivision to the Company's existing distribution system. The “supply line” shall be included in the calculation of the total footage required for the underground distribution system in the subdivision.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d)

J. UNDERGROUND RESIDENTIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS IN SUBDIVISIONS (Cont’d) (5) Exceptions to the General Rule The installation of overhead distribution facilities may be allowed under the following circumstances: (a) Large Lots When the average trench footage per dwelling unit planned within a subdivision exceeds 200 feet, and the developer does not request nor has a governmental authority with jurisdiction to do so required that underground facilities be installed, overhead lines may be installed. (b) Excessive Cost Where the trench cost per foot would be greater than twice the filed cost per foot shown under Rule 3.J.(2)(a), the Company or applicant may petition the Public Service Commission to allow overhead lines or grant other appropriate relief, if a governmental authority having jurisdiction to do so has not required that underground facilities be installed. (c) Slow Development of a Subdivision When the developer is not primarily engaged in the construction of dwelling units within the subdivision and there is no governmental authority requiring undergrounding; and either (1) five years have elapsed from the sale of the first lot to the first applicant for service and there is no indication there will be any other applicants within six months or (2) five years have elapsed from the time of final approval of the subdivision and less than 25 percent of the lots have been sold in the subdivision or any section thereof except where 10 percent or more were sold within the last two years, overhead distribution facilities may be installed. Where overhead distribution would be permissible under (1) or (2) except that less than five years have elapsed and the Company has reason to believe the subdivision will not be developed sufficiently soon to permit orderly utilization of underground lines, the Company may petition the Public Service Commission to allow overhead lines, if a governmental authority having jurisdiction to do so has not required that underground facilities be installed

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) J. UNDERGROUND RESIDENTIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS IN SUBDIVISIONS (Cont’d) (5) Exceptions to the General Rule (Cont’d) (d) Environmental Effects When the Company or applicant believes the installation of overhead lines would be more environmentally desirable than underground facilities, the Company or applicant may petition the Public Service Commission to allow overhead lines, if a governmental authority having jurisdiction to do so has not required that underground facilities be installed. (e) Cul-de-sac Overhead facilities may be installed when no more than 600 feet of overhead extension is required to serve a cul-de-sac where a portion of the street within the subdivision is served by overhead facilities within or at the entrance to the cul-de-sac, if a governmental authority having jurisdiction to do so has not required that underground facilities be installed. (f) Connection of Existing Overhead Lines Overhead facilities may be installed when existing overhead distribution lines can be connected by no more than 1,200 feet of extension, if a governmental authority having jurisdiction to do so has not required that underground facilities be installed. (g) Service Laterals Overhead service laterals may be installed in new subdivisions from existing overhead distribution lines, if a governmental authority having jurisdiction to do so has not required that underground facilities be installed. In unusual circumstances when the application of these rules appears impracticable or unjust to either party or discriminatory to other customers, the applicant or the Company may refer the matter to the Public Service Commission for a special ruling or for approval of special conditions mutually agreed upon prior to commencing construction. (6) Applicant Trenching in Subdivisions. The applicant may provide for any trenching within the subdivision boundaries, subject to its meeting the Company’s specifications. Any such cost reductions that the Company realizes as the result of applicant trenching will be applied against the applicant’s portion of any charges in excess of any allowances, any cost savings may then refunded to the applicant to the extent that the applicant trenching has reduced the Company’s cost of installation. The per foot credit for trench used for electric installations only shall be the figure listed under Rule 3.J.(2)(a). Where the trench within the subdivision will be shared by other utilities (joint trenching) the per foot credit shall be determined by dividing the per foot credit by the number of utilities sharing the trench. If there is any delay or rework occasioned by incomplete or inadequate applicant trenching, the Company may charge the customer any costs and expenses incurred as a result.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d)

K. INSTALLATION OF FACILITIES IN VISUALLY SIGNIFICANT RESOURCE (VSR) AREAS All new lines in Visually Significant Resource (VSR) Areas will be evaluated in accordance with 16 NYCRR Part 99 to determine whether underground or overhead construction is appropriate, provided the Company has not expended up to its maximum obligation as set forth in 16 NYCRR Part 99.2. This section applies to new construction on public and private land in VSRs, where a qualified agency: (i) has no statutory authority to require the underground construction of a particular distribution or service line; and (ii) has supplied to the Company and to the Commission, and the Commission has accepted and approved a map(s) of the particular VSR, at a scale appropriate to such VSR, showing its boundaries in sufficient detail to permit the Company to comply with the requirements of this Rule, and should be accompanied by a textual description where clarification of the VSR boundaries is desirable. If it is determined after the report and assessment required by 16 NYCRR 99.2(b) and (j) that an extension will be installed underground within a VSR, the Company will be responsible for that portion of the costs and expenses of both the distribution line extension and service line that exceeds the amount that the applicant would have been required to pay for the installation of comparable overhead facilities. Where any telephone company has been permitted to install a distribution or feeder facility necessary to furnish permanent telephone service overhead in a particular VSR, the Company may install a distribution or service line necessary to furnish permanent electric service overhead using the poles which were used for the telephone facility. VSR(s) located in the Company’s Franchise Area are set forth on the statement titled “Statement of Visually Significant Resource Areas” filed with the Public Service Commission. Such Statement shall be filed with the Public Service Commission whenever changes are warranted pursuant to 16 NYCRR Part 99.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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3. EXTENSION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPANY FACILITIES TO SERVE CUSTOMER (Cont’d) K. INSTALLATION OF FACILITIES IN VISUALLY SIGNIFICANT RESOURCE (VSR) AREAS (Cont’d) The Company will provide a written report to the agency which designated or administers the VSR, any agency having jurisdiction over affected public land and the Commission, of its intention to install, or provide for the installation of, the necessary facilities underground or overhead, at least 60 days before construction is planned to commence. The Company may provide the written report described therein within 30 days after the commencement of construction if the necessary distribution or service line is installed overhead on a temporary basis, pending the review of the Company's report. The Company may install permanent overhead facilities if the Company, before installation: (i) determines that the situation is an emergency; and (ii) obtains the written approval of the appropriate agency (ies); and (iii) upon written request, obtains the written approval of the Secretary of the Commission. If undergrounding is otherwise required in a VSR, and the per-foot cost of installing the necessary facilities will be greater than two times the Company's annual cost per foot, the Company or the applicant may petition the Secretary of the Commission to allow overhead installation. If an agency intends to supply a map or maps of a VSR(s) to the Company and the Commission, such agency shall consult with the Company and the Commission's Staff as to the appropriate scale(s) and other details of such map(s) prior to the filing of such map(s) with the Commission. The length of time in which the Company can respond to a request for electric service and install such service for qualified applicants may be affected by project reporting procedures and conditions governing construction practices of undergrounding facilities as set forth in Part 101 of the Public Service Commission's regulations, 16 NYCRR Parts 99, 100 and 101 This Rule shall remain in full force and effect for a period of five years ending November 21, 1998.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING

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A. METERING Metering will be provided and owned by the Company, except in cases where the Customer has elected to own its meter in accordance with Rule 3.E.2 and 4.A.2, or has contracted for meter services to be provided by a competitive meter service provider (MSP) in accordance with Rule 3.E.4 and 4.A.3. 1) Company Owned Meters (a) Ownership, Control, and Maintenance of Meters For Company owned meters, installation, maintenance, and compliance with Commission regulations (16 NYCRR Parts 92 and 125) will remain the responsibility of the Company. (b) Measurement of Consumption (i) Metered The extent of the customer's use of the Company service shall be determined by the readings of the meters installed by the Company. However, pursuant to Public Service Commission regulations, no tenant may be billed for electric service or disconnected for failure to pay for electric service which is not used to provide service within the tenant's apartment if the tenant has not consented to pay for such usage. (ii) Unmetered Where the customer's only utilization equipment consists of warning lights, directional signs, telephone booth lights or the like, having a total rated capacity of less than two kilowatts and such equipment has a definitely determinable demand, and is operated on a fixed schedule, the Company may supply unmetered service at the applicable Service Classification rates and charges, upon the basis of the usage determined by the Company and endorsed upon the agreement for service. Unmetered service will not be supplied at any location where the customer is supplied with metered service. The Company reserves the right at any time to measure by meter, either permanently or for test purposes, service supplied on an unmetered basis. (iii) Metering Adjustment Metering will normally be at the delivery voltage. The Company may, at its option, meter service at a voltage either higher or lower than the voltage of delivery, in which case the appropriate following adjustment shall be made: (a) When secondary service is metered on the primary side of the Company’s transformers, calculated transformer losses will be subtracted from measured demand and energy prior to billing. (b) When primary service is metered on the secondary side of the Customer's transformers, calculated transformer losses will be added to measured demand and energy prior to billing. Calculated transformer losses will be based on data published by the transformer manufacturer, when available, or on data published by the General Electric Company for transformers of similar voltage, type and size. No-load losses will be based on data assuming 730 hours per month. Load losses will be determined by multiplying metered demand and energy, respectively, by individually calculated factors developed in accordance with generally accepted engineering principles assuming 730 hours per month and taking cognizance of the full load capacity of the transformer, the Customer's average peak load, the load factor and average power factor of the load. Such factors will be reviewed annually or as load changes require.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d) A. METERING (Cont’d) 1) Company Owned Meters (cont'd)

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(c) Estimated If the actual use of service is not known because of scheduled bimonthly meter reads (Rule 4.B), inability to read meters or because of failure of meters to register accurately, the amount of the bill may be computed by estimating the use from the available data and the customer billed accordingly, which estimate shall be corrected if the subsequent meter reading indicates that the estimate was inaccurate. (d) Meter Reading (i) Residential Estimated bills may be routinely sent to a residential customer for a period of four months or two billing periods, whichever is greater. If no actual reading is obtained after the aforementioned period, the Company shall take reasonable actions to obtain an actual meter reading. Such actions may include but are not limited to: (a) Making an appointment with the customer and/or such other person, who controls access to the meter, for the reading at a time to include times other than during normal business hours; or (b) Offering the customer and/or such other person, who controls access to the meter, the opportunity to phone in meter readings; or (c) Providing to the customer and/or such other person, who controls access to the meter, cards on which he or she may record the reading and mail it to the Company.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 66 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 1 Initial Effective Date: July 1, 2008 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with order in Cases 07-E-1373 and 07-G-1379 dated March 24, 2008 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont d) A. METERING (Cont d) 1) Company Owned Meters (d) Meter Reading (Cont d) (i) Residential (Cont d) If no actual reading is obtained after bills representing six months or three billing periods of estimated bills, whichever is greater, have been rendered, the Company shall send a notice to the customer and to the person who controls access to the meter, offering a special appointment for a meter reading both during and outside of business hours. Where the customer resides in a multiple dwelling (as defined in the Multiple Dwelling Law or Multiple Residence Law), or in a two- family dwelling that is known by the Company to contain residential units where service is provided through a single meter or meters, and the meter is not in the apartment, the notice shall be sent to the customer and such other person who controls access to the meter. If the Company's records do not contain the address of the person who controls access to the meter, the Company shall request that the customer furnish such information if available. If the Company receives no response after bills representing eight months or four billing periods of estimated bills, whichever is greater, the Company may send another letter advising the customer and such other person who controls access to the meter that if no appointment is made a charge of twenty-five dollars ($25) will be added to the next bill rendered to the person who controls and refuses to provide access to meter. No charge will be imposed if an appointment is arranged and kept. If the person who controls access fails to arrange an appointment in response to a second request and the Company is unable to obtain an actual meter reading, the Company may add a charge of twenty-five dollars ($25) to the next bill of the recipient of the notice. If the Company intends to obtain a court order to gain access to the meter, it shall inform the recipient of the notice by certified or registered letter. The letter shall inform the recipient that the purpose of obtaining such a court order is to replace a meter, or, if physically feasible, to relocate the meter or install a remote reading device. The letter shall state that, the court costs and the costs of the meter relocation will be paid by the person who controls access to the meter.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d)

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A. METERING (Cont’d) 1) Company Owned Meters (d) Meter Reading (Cont’d) (i) Residential (Cont’d) Where a remote meter reading device has been installed, or the customer agrees to phone or mail in the meter reads, the Company shall be allowed access to the customer's premises to obtain an actual read at least once every twelve months. Where access to the customer's premises is denied, the Company shall send, by registered mail, a letter advising that, pursuant to Public Service Commission directive, the Company shall apply for a court order to gain access to the meter. The letter shall also state that the court costs shall be paid by the person who controls access to the meter. (ii) Nonresidential The Company shall make a reading attempt, to obtain an actual reading for every customer's account on a regular basis as provided for under Rule 4.B. A reading attempt requires that an authorized Company Representative visit the premises between 8:00 am and 5:00 p m on a business day and follow any routine access instructions. Where circumstances beyond the Company's control prevent the Company from making a regularly scheduled meter reading attempt and where the previous two consecutive billings were not based upon an actual meter reading, the Company shall attempt a follow-up meter reading as soon as possible and within seven calendar days after the scheduled meter reading date. For accounts billed for metered demand, if the company does not obtain an actual meter reading at the time of a regularly scheduled or a follow-up meter reading attempt, the Company shall attempt another meter reading as soon as possible and within seven calendar days. Unless a customer does not have access to the meter or the customer will be unable to obtain a reliable meter reading, the Company shall at the time of any unsuccessful meter reading attempt, leave at the premises or mail to the customer a customer meter reading card for the non-demand meter.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d) A.

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METERING (Cont’d) 1) Company Owned Meters (d) Meter Reading (Cont’d) (ii) Nonresidential (Cont’d) Where a remote meter reading device has been installed and where the customer has been billed for six months based on the remote meter reading device, the Company shall, at the time of every subsequent meter reading attempt, until successful, try to gain access to and read the meter. Where the Company has billed a customer’s account based on customer meter readings for six consecutive months, and did not obtain an actual meter reading at the time of the next regularly scheduled or follow-up reading attempt thereafter, the Company shall within seven calendar days either make another meter reading attempt or make an appointment with the customer to read the meter. When the Company renders estimated billings for regular billing periods because circumstances beyond the Company's control made obtaining an actual reading extremely difficult despite having access to the meter area; provided, however, estimated bills for this reason may be rendered no more than twice consecutively without advising the customer in writing of the specific circumstances and the customers’ obligation to have the circumstances corrected, or the Company was unable to obtain access to the meter(s). The Company shall begin providing no access notices to the person who controls access commencing with: (a) (b) (c) The second consecutive estimated billing for accounts billed for demand. The fourth consecutive estimated billing for accounts not billed for demand. The tenth consecutive billing for accounts billed on either a remote registration device or customer readings.

Where the person who controls access is not the customer, a copy of all notices shall also be sent to the customer. The first notice shall advise the person who controls access that unless access to the customer's meter is provided on the next scheduled meter reading date or a special appointment made, a no access charge will be added to the next bill of the person who controls access and to every subsequent billing until an actual meter reading is obtained. The Company shall also offer to arrange a special meter reading appointment.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d) A.

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METERING (Cont’d) 1) Company Owned Meters (d) Meter Reading (Cont’d) (ii) Nonresidential (Cont’d) The second notice shall advise the person who controls access that the no access charge has been added to the bill and that another may be added to the next bill. The notice shall also state that service may be physically terminated, that steps to terminate service may follow, and that the Company may obtain a court order in order to gain access to the meter. The third and each subsequent notice shall advise the person who controls access that the no access charge has been added to the billing and, if the service may be terminated without obtaining access, shall be accompanied by a Final Notice of termination for no access. If service cannot be physically terminated without gaining access, a notice shall state that the Company is seeking a court order to obtain access and that court costs will be paid by the person who controls access to the meter. The monthly no access charge shall be $100.00 per month per building or premises. The Company may suspend the issuance of no access notices and/or penalties if the access controller contacts the Company and provides a legitimate reason for postponing the provision of access; provided, however, no metered demand account shall be eligible for such suspension and no suspension shall last more than 90 calendar days. (e) Backbilling Where the Company has submitted an estimated bill or bills to a residential customer that understate the actual amount of money owed by such customer for the period when estimated bills were rendered by more than 50 percent or one hundred dollars ($100), whichever is greater, the Company shall notify the customer in writing that he or she has the right to pay the difference between the estimated charges and the actual charges in regular monthly installments over a reasonable period that shall not be less than three months. The rendering of a backbill shall be in accordance with 16 NYCRR 11.4. Where the Company renders a backbill to a nonresidential customer, which exceeds the cost of twice the customer's estimated average monthly billing or $100 whichever is greater, the Company shall provide a written notice to the customer offering a deferred payment agreement; provided, however, the Company need not offer an agreement when the customer knew, or should have known, the original billing was incorrect. The deferred payment agreement may require the customer to pay the outstanding charges in monthly installments of up to the cost of one- half of the customer's estimated average monthly usage or one twenty- fourth of such charges whichever is greater. The rendering of a backbill shall be in accordance with 16 NYCRR 13.9. (Continued on next leaf)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: October 2, 2006 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont d) A.

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METERING (Cont d) 2) Customer Owned Meters As described in Rule 3.E.(2), eligible large commercial and industrial time-of-use Customers have the option of owning a Commission-approved meter; such meters shall remain under control of the Company. Eligible large commercial and industrial time-of-use Customers include any Customer with a basic demand of not less than 300 kilowatts during any three of the previous 12 months. 3) Competitive Metering Any Customer taking service under service classification 3, 7, 8, or 9 which has a measured demand of 50 kW or greater for two consecutive months during the most recent 12 months is eligible to contract with a qualified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and a qualified Meter Data Service Provider (MDSP) to provide meter services and meter data services, in accordance with the revised New York Practices and Procedures for the Provision of Electric Metering in a Competitive Environment adopted by the Public Service Commission in its Order issued and effective January 31, 2001 in Case 94-E-0952 and Case 00-E-0165, contained in Addendum MET-1 to this tariff. An ESCO who is qualified with the New York State Department of Public Service may act as the MSP and/or MDSP for service points that it serves. A Direct Customer may not act as its own MSP or MDSP. a) Measurement of Consumption For a Customer taking meter service and meter data services from an MSP and/or MDSP, the extent of the Customer's use of the Company's service shall be determined by the readings of the meters installed by the MSP and provided to the Company by the MDSP. A protocol for the MDSP to transmit such data to the Company will be developed and agreed upon with the MDSP. If the data required by the protocol is not received by the Company in accordance with all terms of the protocol, the Company will estimate the Customer's usage from available data and the Customer will be billed accordingly. The Customer will be charged a meter data service charge as stated in the applicable service classification for any month in which data is not received from the MDSP in accordance with the protocol.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: October 2, 2006 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont d) B. BILLING PERIOD

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Meters will be read monthly or bimonthly at the option of the Company. Where readings are scheduled for bimonthly intervals, the Company shall render interim bills calculated from the best data available. On request, the Company will furnish postcards to customers whose meters are scheduled to be read bimonthly for the purpose of reporting meter readings in the intervening months. A monthly meter reading period, for billing purposes, is any period consisting of not less than 25 days nor more than 35 consecutive days, and a bill for any shorter or longer period will be prorated on the basis of a 30-day billing period. When changes in rates or charges become effective, such rates and charges shall be applied to service supplied on or after the effective date shown in this Schedule. Bills will be prorated based on the basis of a 30-day billing period.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d)

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RENDITION AND PAYMENT OF BILLS (1) Levelized Payment Plan (a) Except as provided in (c) below, the Company shall annually offer a levelized payment plan to eligible customers. A customer may request to be billed in accordance with the following levelized payment plan: (i) The customer's bills for an annual period will be estimated and the customer will be billed each month an amount equal to one-twelfth of the total of such estimated bills. Any difference between the total amount billed under the levelized payment plan and the total amount that would have been billed for actual usage will be charged or credited to the plan final levelized settlement bill. The Company will review the customer's levelized payment balance throughout the annual period and, based upon known changes in rates, charges and/or usage, reestimate the remaining bills in the annual period to minimize any adjustment in the final levelized settlement bill.

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A new applicant or existing customer may initially apply for levelized billing at any time, in which event the Company will estimate the customer's bills for the remaining months in the plan and bill the estimated amount in equal payments through the plan settlement bill. Any difference between the amount billed and the amount that would have been billed for actual usage will be charged or credited to the levelized settlement bill. When a customer is also rendered gas service by the Company, the levelized payment plan will apply to the total of both gas and electricity billings. A customer may request to be removed from the levelized payment plan at any time, in which case the Company may immediately render a final levelized settlement bill, and shall do so no later than the time of the next cycle bill that is rendered more than ten business days after the request.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d) C. RENDITION AND PAYMENT OF BILLS (Cont’d) (1) Levelized Payment Plan (Cont’d) (b)

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(Cont’d) If a customer billed under the levelized payment plan defaults in payment or if service is discontinued, the plan shall be canceled and any difference between the total amount billed under the plan and the total amount that would have been billed for actual usage will become due at once if a deficiency, or will be refunded or credited to account if a surplus. A levelized payment plan shall not be available to nonresidential customers who: (i) Have less than 12 months of billing history at the premises where service is rendered; or Are seasonal, short-term or temporary customers; or Have arrears; or Are interruptible, temperature controlled or dual-fuel customers; or Have, for any reason, ceased being billed on a previous levelized payment plan before the end of the plan year in the past 24 months; or Have a consumption pattern that is not sufficiently predictable to be estimated on an annual basis with any reasonable degree of certainty.

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The Company may remove a nonresidential customer from the levelized payment plan if the customer becomes ineligible, according to Rule 4.C.(1)(c)i-vi, and if delinquency is the cause of the ineligibility, provided the Company has given the nonresidential customer an opportunity to become current in payment. Such opportunity need only be given once in any 12 month period.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d)

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RENDITION AND PAYMENT OF BILLS (Cont’d) (2) Late Payment Charge All bills are due when personally served or three days after the mailing of the bill and may be paid without imposition of a charge for late payment if paid in full on or before the “last day to pay” date specified on the bill which shall be at least 20 days after the date on which the bill is rendered. A monthly late payment charge will be assessed at a rate of one and one-half percent (1 1/2%) per month on a customer's unpaid balance, including service billing arrears and unpaid late payment charges. Remittance mailed on the “last day to pay” date will be accepted without the late payment charge, the postmark to be conclusive evidence of the date of mailing. The failure on the part of the customer to receive the bill shall not entitle him to pay without the late payment charge after the “last day to pay” date. Service to state agencies will be rendered in accordance with the provisions of Article XI-A of the State Finance Law (Chapter 153 of the Laws of 1984, effective July 1, 1984).

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: October 2, 2006 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont d)

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RENDITION AND PAYMENT OF BILLS (Cont d) (3) Dishonored Payment Should the Company receive a negotiable instrument from an applicant or customer in payment of any bill, charge or deposit due, and such instrument be subsequently dishonored or be uncollectible for any reason, the Company shall charge a fee of $20.00 to the applicant or customer, as permitted by General Obligations Law Section 5-328. (4) Quarterly Payment Plan As required by Public Service Law, Section 38 which became effective November 29, 1985, the Company shall offer any residential customer, 62 years of age or older, a plan for payment on a quarterly basis of charges for services rendered, provided that such customer's average annual billing is not more than $150.

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TERM OF SERVICE (1) Length of Term The term shall begin on the date service is made available, and shall continue until service is discontinued as provided in applicable service classifications or the Line Extension Surcharge Agreement. (2) Temporary Discontinuance When service is supplied on service classifications providing for a term of service of less than one year, the Company will permit a temporary discontinuance of service for one period of not less than 30 days in any calendar year upon three days' notice in writing from the customer.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd)

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WAIVER OF MINIMUM DEMAND CHARGE Should the customer's plant be shut down for more than two weeks on account of strike, lockout, flood, fire or destruction of buildings, the minimum demand charge or guarantee will be waived during the period of such shutdown, but in no event for longer than six months where service is provided on an annual contract; provided, however, that the term of the annual contract shall be extended for a corresponding period, and that the customer shall furnish, to the satisfaction of the Company, facts justifying such waiver. CHANGE OF SERVICE CLASSIFICATION If it is found that a Service Classification other than the one on which the customer is supplied will be more advantageous, the customer, upon signing a new application card, will be supplied under the more favorable rate subject to the class and term limitations of the rate. A change having once been made must be for a period of at least one year. CHARGES FOR SPECIAL SERVICES Where the Company performs special services at the request of the customer, in addition to supplying electric service, the customer shall pay the Company's costs and expenses when such special services are not due to the failure of the supply of electricity or are not the responsibility of the Company, and except as otherwise specified or provided for in this Schedule. Charges will apply on a per visit basis per service point. A charge will be assessed for each rescheduled or subsequent visit. The Company’s normal business hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST. Services requested Monday through Friday 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m., Saturday, or Company holidays will be assessed at the Company’s time and a half labor rates. Services performed on a Sunday will be charged at the Company’s double time labor rate. Charges for a crew will be based on a minimum call out period. (1) Special Meter Read Fee A special meter read fee will be assessed to a Customer or ESCO for each Service Point in which the Customer or ESCO requests a meter read if the meter reading is requested to be performed on a date other than the Customer’s regularly scheduled meter reading date. The fee shall be equal to the charge shown in the Special Services Statement. Same Day or Non-Business Hour Service Request The charge for connecting, reconnecting, or disconnecting a service on the same day of the request or during non-business hours at the request of the applicant or Customer shall be equal to the amount shown in the Special Services Statement.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd)

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METER READ AND BILLED HISTORY DATA Data will be provided to customers and their designees as described below. Meter read and billed history data will be provided only at the written or verbal request of the Customer offering reasonable proof that the requesting party is the customer of record or premise owner. Premise owners providing reasonable proof of identification, who are not the current customers of record, may obtain history only of premises that they own. Supplied historical meter read or billed history will be limited by the extent the historical data is available. The Company will disclose a customer’s meter read or billed history data to a Customer’s designee only upon receipt of a signed document from the designee and with the written consent of the customer. All historical customer information obtained by the designee from the Company must be kept confidential and cannot be disclosed to others unless otherwise authorized by the customer. This information shall include account numbers, passwords, telephone numbers and service addresses. The following fees will be charged to fulfill any individual request for meter read data, billed history, or both simultaneously, for a single Customer service point: (1) No fee for the first two (2) requests within a twelve (12) month period for the most recent twenty-four (24) months of data, or for the life of the account if less than twenty-four (24) months. (2) $15.00 in total for each additional request in a twelve (12) month period for the most recent twenty-four months of data beyond two (2) requests. (3) $15.00 in total for each request beyond the most recent twenty-four (24) months of data, up to and including six (6) years of available data. Historical meter read data will include: account number, premise address, tax district, meter multiplier, service point identifier, meter number, read date, meter reading, consumption and demand, as applicable, for each billed period, and type of meter read (company, customer, or estimated). Historical meter read data for time-of-use meters shall indicate consumption for peak and off peak hours; demand meters indicate consumption and demand; and time-of-use demand meters indicate consumption and demand for peak and off-peak hours. Class average profiles and actual load shapes for Customers with interval meters shall also be supplied. Billed history shall include: account number, premise address, billed dates, billed meter reads, consumption billed as measured in kilowatt hours and/or kilowatts, type of meter read (company, customer or estimate), and total dollar amount billed for each billed period.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

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4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd)

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METER READ AND BILLED HISTORY DATA (Contd.) Additional information not listed above, may be requested by the customer. The Company shall provide such information, if available, to the customer. The Company may charge the requesting party the Company’s incremental cost for providing the data. The Company will, within five (5) calendar days: i) furnish to the requesting party the additional information; or ii) specify when the data will be available and the cost associated with the request; or iii) notify the requesting party that the data is not available.

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CUSTOMER CREDIT DATA The Company, at the request of the customer of record, will furnish a summary of the most recent twelve (12) months of available credit data for customers currently taking service from the Company, or twelve (12) months of available credit data from the last date of service by the Company for prior customers. Customer data will be provided to the customer only at the written or in-person request of the customer offering reasonable proof that the requesting party is the customer of record. Customer data will be provided to the customer’s designee only if the designee provides written authorization from the customer and offers reasonable proof that the requesting party is the party authorized to receive the data. The following fees will be charged to fulfill any individual request for credit data for a single customer service point: (a) No fee for the first two (2) requests within a twelve (12) month period for the most recent twelve (12) months of data, or for the life of the account, if less than twelve (12) months. (b) $15.00 in total for each additional request in a twelve (12) month period for the most recent twelve (12) months of data beyond two (2) requests. (c) $15.00 in total for each request beyond the most recent twelve (12) months of data, up to and including six (6) years of available data. The data will describe the customer’s credit history detailing the number of occurrences for each of the following: Late payments, disconnect notices, and returned checks.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d)

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I.

CUSTOMER CREDIT DATA (Cont’d) Additional information not listed above, may be requested by the Customer. The Company may, at its option, provide such information, if available, to the Customer. The Company may charge the requesting party the Company’s incremental cost for providing the data. The Company will, within five (5) calendar days: i) ii) iii) furnish to the requesting party the additional information; or specify when the data will be available and the cost associated with the request; or notify the requesting party that the data is not available.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 80 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 4 Initial Effective Date: October 1, 2008 Superseding Revision: 3 Issued in compliance with Commission Order in Case 07-M-0548 dated 6/23/08.
GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont d) J. INCREASE IN RATES APPLICABLE IN MUNICIPALITY WHERE SERVICE IS SUPPLIED The rates and charges for service under all service classifications, including fuel cost adjustment and minimum charge, shall be increased by the effective aggregate percentage rate based on the aggregate percentage rate of the taxes imposed on the Company's electric revenues pursuant to Sections 210 and 186 -a of the Tax Law; Section 20-b of the General City Law; and Section 5 -530 of the Village Law. These surcharges are sub -divided into rates applicable to revenues from (1) transportation, (2) commodity and (3) net income. The applicable aggregate percentage rate and surcharge factor shall be set forth on statements filed with the Public Service Commission. Whenever a city or village levies a new tax on the Company s gross revenue, repeals such a tax or changes the rate of such a tax, the Company will file a new statement. Every such statement shall be filed not less than fifteen business days before the date on which it is proposed to be effective, and no sooner than the date of the tax enactment to which the statement responds; shall become effective no sooner than the date when the tax enactment is filed with the Secretary of Sta te; shall be applicable to bills subject to the tax enactments that are rendered on or after the effective date of the statement; and shall be canceled not more than five business days after the tax enactment either ceases to be effective or is modified so as to reduce the tax rate. Such statements will be duly filed with the Public Service Commission, apart from this rate schedule, and will be available to the public at Company offices at which applications for service may be made. The effective aggregate percentage rate is computed as follows: tax imposed (%) 1 - taxes imposed (%) K. SURCHARGES Retail Access Surcharge (RAS): Each customer bill for service under the applicable Service Classification s will be increased by multiplying all kilowatthours delivered by the RAS, as mandated by Public Service Commission Order issued May 20, 2004, shown in the RAS Statement. The RAS is subject to an annual reconciliation. System Benefits Charge (SBC):

Each customer bill for service under the applicable Service Classifications will be increased by multiplying all kilowatt-hours delivered by a surcharge rate (as shown in the System Benefits Charge (SBC) Statement). This surcharge is composed of two components: a. b. pursuant to Commission Order Continuing the System Benefits Charge (SBC) and the SBC-funded Public Benefit Programs, issued and effective December 21, 2005, in Case 05-M-0090; pursuant to Commission Order Establishing Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard and Approving Programs, issued and effective June 23, 2008, in Case 07-M-0548.

The surcharge will be calculated on an annual basis to collect the Corporation s allocated fund amounts set forth in the Orders identified above based on year-by-year projections of the following year s electric sales. Any overor under-collections will be trued up on an annual basis. A System Benefits Charge (SBC) Statement setting

forth the annual rate will be filed with the Public Service Commission on not less than three (3) days' notice. Such statement can be found at the end of this Tariff (PSC 19 - Electricity).

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 81 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 11 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 9 Issued in compliance with Commission Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d) K. SURCHARGES (Cont’d) Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge (RPS): Each customer bill for service under the applicable Service Classifications will be increased by multiplying all kilowatthours delivered by the RPS, as mandated by Public Service Commission order issued and effective September 24, 2004, in Case 03-E-0188 – Proceeding on Motion of the Commission Regarding a Retail Renewable Portfolio Standard. The RPS charge is contained in the Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge Statement to this Tariff, and is subject to annual reconciliation and will be amended each October 1st, through the term of the program. Temporary State Assessment Surcharge (“TSAS”): Each customer bill for service under Service Classification Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 14 will be increased to collect a Temporary State Energy and Utility Service Conservation Assessment pursuant to the Commission’s Order Implementing Temporary State Assessment, issued June 19, 2009. Unless prohibited by contract, the surcharge rate will be multiplied by all kWh or KW delivered, as applicable, including usage subject to Economic Incentives. For customers taking service under Service Classification Nos. 10, 11, and 12, the customer’s otherwise applicable service classification will determine the applicable surcharge. For customers taking service under Service Classification 14, the surcharge will be applied to the Contract Demand. Each year a reconciliation of the amounts to be recovered through the surcharge and the actual amounts collected will be reflected in the establishment of the TSAS for the following year. A Temporary States Assessment Surcharge (TSAS) Statement setting forth the surcharges by service classification will be filed with the Public Service Commission on not less than fifteen (15) days’ notice. Such statement can be found at the end of this Schedule (PSC 19 – Electricity).

Revenue Decoupling Mechanism Adjustment (“RDM”) 1. Applicable to:
a. All customers taking service under Service Classification Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8-Secondary, 8-Substation, 8-Sub Trans Industrial, 8-Sub Trans Commercial, and 8-Primary, and 9, whether receiving electricity supply from RG&E or an ESCO, will be subject to a RDM Adjustment as described below. All customers taking service under Service Classification No. 14 and choose to be subject to the otherwise applicable service class rates (pursuant to Section 3 under “Optional Standby Service Rate Phase-In is Applicable To;”. All other customers taking service under Service Classification No. 14 will be excluded from the RDM Adjustment. The following customers will be excluded from the RDM Adjustment: Service Classification Nos. 5, 6, 8 Transmission, 10, and 11.

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c.

2. Definitions:
a. “Delivery Service Revenue Target” for each service classification is based on service classification base delivery revenues for each month. Delivery Service Revenue Targets for each of the Rate Years are set forth in the Joint Proposal dated July 14, 2010 in Case Nos. 09-E-0715, 09-G-0716, 09-E-0717, and 09-G-0718, and approved by the Commission on September 21, 2010. The Delivery Service Revenue Target for Rate Year 3 will repeat annually until changed by the Commission. “Actual Billed Delivery Service Revenue”: For the purpose of RDM, will be measured as the sum of the billed base delivery revenues from all customers for each service classification. Base delivery revenues include revenues related to the Customer Charge, Demand Charge (per kW), Reactive Charge (per rkvah), and the Energy Charge for delivery (per kWh). For purposes of this calculation, revenues related to the System Benefits Charge (SBC), Renewable Portfolio Standard charge (RPS), Merchant Function Charge (MFC), Transition Charge (NBC), Temporary State Assessment Surcharge (TSAS), and New York Power Authority (NYPA)supplied usage are excluded. All sales to customers with economic development discounts or low income bill credits will be calculated at standard service classification rates. “Rate Year”: for the purposes of RDM, Rate Year 1 will be effective through August 31, 2011. Each Rate Year thereafter will begin on September 1 in all subsequent 12-month periods.

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c.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 81.1 Revision: 9 Superseding Revision: 6

GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d)
K. SURCHARGES (Cont’d) Revenue Decoupling Mechanism Adjustment (“RDM”) (Cont’d)

3. Calculation: Beginning October 1, 2010:
a. The RDM will reconcile per service class actual billed delivery service revenue to allowed delivery service revenue. b. For each service classification or sub classification subject to the RDM, each month, the Company will compare the Actual Billed Delivery Service Revenue and the Delivery Service Revenue Target. If the monthly Actual Billed Delivery Service Revenue exceeds the Delivery Service Revenue Target, the delivery service revenue excess will be accrued for refund to customers at the end of the Rate Year. Likewise, if the monthly Actual Billed Delivery Service Revenue is less than the Delivery Service Revenue Target, the delivery revenue shortfall will be accrued for recovery from customers at the end of the Rate Year. c. At the end of the Rate Year, total delivery service revenues will be compared to cumulative monthly target revenues for each service classification or sub classification. Any variance from cumulative target revenues will be either refunded or surcharged to customers over the twelve monthly periods of the immediately succeeding Rate Year. Any surcharge or credit amount will reflect interest at the then effective other customer deposit rate and will be either recovered or returned on a service classification or sub classification basis. The surcharge or credit for each applicable service classification or sub classification shall be determined by dividing the amount to be refunded or surcharged to customers in that service classification or sub classification by estimated kWh or kW deliveries to customers in that service classification or sub classification over a twelve (12) month period. A per kW surcharge or credit will be applied for those classes that do not have a kWh delivery charge. A per kWh surcharge or credit will apply for all other service classifications. d. Following each RDM Adjustment period, any difference between the amounts required to be charged or credited to customers in each service classification or sub classification and amounts actually charged or credited will be charged or credited to customers in that service classification or sub classification, with interest, over the subsequent RDM Adjustment period, or as determined by the Public Service Commission, if no RDM is in effect. e. The first two months of the Rate Year will be adjusted upward to reverse the effect of proration of changes in effective delivery rates. f. If a customer qualifies for and takes service under Service Classification Nos. 10 or 11, or receives an allocation of NYPA Power, or if a customer taking service under Service Classification Nos. 10 or 11 switches to another service classification subject to the RDM, or has an allocation of NYPA power that expires, such customer migration will be treated symmetrically using the following methodology: i. If a customer moves from a flexible rate contract to an RDM class, the RDM target will increase by the level of revenue forecast for that customer in the rate year under the flexible rate contract pro-rated by the number of months in the new service class, making the Company whole for delivery revenues below the level forecast in the rate year. Any revenue in excess of the forecast will be credited to the RDM class. ii. If a customer moves from a RDM class to a flexible rate contract, the RDM target will be decreased by that customer's sales in the flexible rate contract priced out at full tariff rates, making the RDM class whole for delivery revenues from the migrating customer. iii. In situation (a) and (b) above, the Companies will adjust the RDM targets for the remaining months of the current rate year, and in the subsequent rate years. a. g. If at any time during Rate Year, the actual total accumulated billed delivery service revenues vary plus or minus 1.25% or more from the total accumulated Delivery Service Revenue Targets, the Company will file an interim RDM Adjustment for each service classification and sub classification. For the Rate Years listed below, the amounts by Rate Year (positive or negative) will trigger an interim RDM Adjustment for each service classification and sub classification:Rate Year 1: $3.62 million; b. Rate Year 2: $4.14 million; c. Rate Year 3: $4.38 million Such interim RDM Adjustment will be limited to no more than one per Rate Year and will occur over four (4) months or until the end of the Rate Year, whichever is longer.

4.

A Revenue Decoupling Mechanism (RDM) Statement setting forth the rate adjustment will be filed with the Public Service Commission on not less than thirty (30) days’ notice to be effective November 1. Should the Company file an interim RDM Adjustment as described above, such filing will occur on not less than ten (10) days’ notice. Such statement can be found at the end of this Schedule (PSC No. 19 – Electricity).

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 81.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 4 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d)

K. Surcharges (Cont’d):
POR Administration Charge A. The POR Administrative Charge will be applicable to all customers in Service Classification Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 14 whose ESCO participates in the Company’s Purchase of ESCO Accounts Receivable Program (POR) pursuant to the Commission’s Order in Case No. 09-E-0717, dated September , 2010. B. The POR Administration Charge collects an allocated portion of credit and collection and call center costs related to the POR program. C. The surcharge will be effective through 8/31/11. A reconciliation of the amount recovered through the surcharge and the actual amount owed will be reflected in the update of the Purchase of ESCO Accounts Receivable Discount rate effective 9/1/11. D. The POR Administrative Charge will be set forth on the POR Administration Charge (POR) Statement filed in compliance with Commission Order in Case No. 09-E-0717.
L.1 INCREMENTAL LOAD RATE (ILR) PROGRAMS

A. INCREMENTAL LOAD RATE PURPOSE: This service is designed to encourage businesses customers to locate or expand their facilities in the Company’s service territory. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: 1) The ILR Program is available to Prospective or Existing non-residential and non-public authority customers with SIC codes 01-14 (Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, and Mining), 20-39 (Manufacturing), 50 (Wholesale trade – durable goods), 51 (Wholesale trade – non-durable goods), 60-67 (Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate) or 73 (Business Services) that add load by constructing a new facility, expending an existing facility, or redeveloping an existing facility that has been vacant for at least six months. 2) A Prospective Customer is defined as an applicant i. Whose activities are largely or entirely different in nature from those of the previous customer; or ii. Whose activities are the same as those of a previous customer but who is a different owner of the business, or iii. That will conduct business at a premise where business has not been conducted for at least six months prior to the application for ILR benefits; or iv. That has obtained a business in a bankruptcy liquidation sale from the previous customer v. Who qualifies for service under and in accordance with the provisions of Service Classification Nos. 3, 7, 8 and 9. 3) Prospective Customer - Any applicant that, (i) satisfies the definition of a Prospective Customer above; and (ii) satisfies the usage thresholds for additional qualifying equipment set forth below, will be deemed an eligible Prospective Customer and receive the ILR incentive, as appropriate, on the entire billed usage in the qualified blocks. Existing Customer - Any current customer that (i) satisfies the usage thresholds for additional qualifying equipment set forth below and (ii) does not satisfy the definition of a Prospective Customer above, will be deemed an eligible Existing Customer, entitled to receive an ILR incentive on increased usage in the qualified blocks above a historic monthly base load of usage established before the addition of qualifying equipment 4) The eligible Prospective Customer or Existing Customer must add new or additional load of at least 25 kilowatts by constructing a new facility, expanding an existing facility, or redeveloping an existing facility that has been vacant for at least six months.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 81.3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 3 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d) L.1 INCREMENTAL LOAD RATE (ILR) PROGRAMS A. INCREMENTAL LOAD RATE (con’t) TERM: Effective January 1, 2014, the ILR program will terminate. Such termination will not affect customers who initiate ILR service by December 31, 2013. These customers will continue ILR service until the completion of their four year term. CHARACTER OF SERVICE Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle, voltage and phase at the Company's option, as available and appropriate for the customer's requirement.

SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS: ILR customers may select one of the following electricity supply pricing options: ESCO Supply Service (ESS) or RG&E Supply Service (RSS) as further described in the otherwise applicable service classification. TRANSITION CHARGE: All ILR customers are exempt from paying the Transition Charge. The ILR customer must choose the same Supply Service Option for its incentive load, non-incentive load, and all future ILR load at the facility. BILLING: The Company will calculate bills for service supplied under the Incremental Load Rate in accordance with the applicable Special Provision under Service Classification Nos. 3, 7, 8, and 9. INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: The rates and charges under this rider, including any adjustments, are increased by the applicable effective aggregate percentage shown in Rule 4.I for service supplied the municipality where the customer is taking service. OTHER A qualified customer will pay a monthly service bill at the rates and charges under this rider for all kW or kWh in excess of a base amount of kW or kWh established for each monthly billing period. For an Existing Customer, the base amount of kW or kWh will be determined by the Company using an annual historical period. For a Prospective Customer, the base amount of kW or kWh will be zero. The rates and charges under this rider, which reflect the Company's incremental cost of providing service, will be subject to periodic review and revision, subject to Public Service Commission approval. If it is determined that the bill calculated under this rider exceeds the bill calculated under the otherwise applicable standard Service Classification rates, the customer will pay the lower of the two bills.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 81.4 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 3 Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2009 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-0765 issued and effective August 28, 2008
GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont d)

Reserved For Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 81.5 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 3 Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2009 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-0765 issued and effective August 28, 2008 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont d)

Reserved For Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

Leaf No. 81.5.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont d)
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2008 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 02-E-0198 dated May 23, 2008

Leaf No. 81.6 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont d)

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2005 GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont’d) L.2 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ZONE RIDER

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PURPOSE: This service is provided in cooperation with the New York State Department of Economic Development, New York State Department of Labor, the New York State Public Service Commission, and the local economic development zone certification board, pursuant to Article 18-B of the General Municipal Law, to assist in the revitalization of economically distressed geographic areas throughout the Company's service territory. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: New service under this rider will no longer be available to customers whose zone certificate includes an initial date of eligibility after January 1, 2005. Any customer who locates to or expands in certified economic development zones and: (1) Who qualifies for service under and in accordance with the provisions of Service Classification Nos. 2, 3, 7, 8 or 9, and (2) Who has been certified by the Local Empire Zone Administrator, described in Article 18-B of the General Municipal Law, as being eligible for this service, and (3) Who has provided the Company with documentation of such certification, and (4) Who permanently increases their demand or annual energy usage by twenty-five percent shall be eligible to receive rates hereunder. CHARACTER OF SERVICE Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle, voltage and phase at the Company's option, as available and appropriate for the customer's requirement. BILLING AND PROGRAM BENEFITS The Company will calculate bills for service supplied under the Economic Development Zone Rider in accordance with the applicable Special Provision under Service Classification Nos. 2, 3, 7, 8 or 9.

INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES The rates and charges under this rider, including any adjustments, are increased by the applicable effective aggregate percentage shown in Rule 4.I for service supplied the municipality where the customer is taking service.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2009 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 02-E-0198 dated May 23, 2008

Leaf No. 83 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 1

GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont d) L.2 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ZONE (Cont d) OTHER A qualified customer will pay a monthly service bill at the rates and charges under this rider for all kW or kWh in excess of a base amount of kW or kWh established for each monthly billing period. For an existing customer, the base amount of kW or kWh will be determined by the Company using an annual historical period. For a prospective customer, the base amount of kW or kWh will be zero. The rates and charges under this rider, which reflect the Company's incremental cost of providing service, will be subject to periodic review and revision, subject to Public Service Commission approval. If it is determined that the bill calculated under this rider exceeds the bill calculated under the otherwise applicable standard Service Classification rates, the customer will pay the lower of the two bills. A qualified customer will be eligible to receive the Economic Development Zone rates for no more than ten years from the initial date of New York State eligibility, as stated on their zone certificate or until a customer's initial certification becomes invalid. The Company reserves the right to establish a means of periodically verifying the validity of a customer's certificate. An electric customer with an RG&E approved submeter who submeters electricity to customers certified under this program is eligible for the Economic Development Zone rate for the submetered portion of that customers purchases, as authorized by the zone administrator, subject to appropriate allocation of rate benefits to the submetered customers.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2008 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 02-E-0198 dated May 23, 2008

Leaf No. 84 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2008 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 02-E-0198 dated May 23, 2008

Leaf No. 84.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2008 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 02-E-0198 dated May 23, 2008

Leaf No. 84.2 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd)

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2005 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 85 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd) L.4 EMPIRE ZONE RATES PURPOSE: This service is provided in cooperation with the New York State Department of Economic Development, New York State Department of Labor, the New York State Public Service Commission, and the local Empire Zone certification board, pursuant to Article 18-B of the General Municipal Law, to assist in the revitalization of economically distressed geographic areas throughout the Company's service territory. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: 1) A Prospective or Existing Customer who has been certified by the Local Empire Zone Administrator and has provided the Company with documentation of such certification. 2) A Prospective Customer is defined as an applicant i. Whose activities are largely or entirely different in nature from those of the previous customer; or ii. Whose activities are the same as those of a previous customer but who is a different owner of the business, or iii. That will conduct business at a premise where business has not been conducted for at least six months prior to the application for EZR benefits; or iv. That has obtained a business in a bankruptcy liquidation sale from the previous customer v. Who qualifies for service under and in accordance with the provisions of Service Classification Nos. 3, 7, 8 and 9. 3) Prospective Customer - Any applicant that, (i) satisfies the definition of a Prospective Customer above; and (ii) satisfies the usage thresholds for additional qualifying equipment set forth below, will be deemed an eligible Prospective Customer and receive the EZR incentive, as appropriate, on the entire billed usage in the qualified block(s). Existing Customer - Any current customer that (i) satisfies the usage thresholds for additional qualifying equipment set forth below and (ii) does not satisfy the definition of a Prospective Customer above, will be deemed an eligible Existing Customer, entitled to receive an EZR incentive on increased usage in the qualified block(s) above a historic monthly base load of usage established before the addition of qualifying equipment. 4) The eligible Prospective Customer or Existing Customer who permanently increases their demand or annual energy usage by twenty-five percent shall be eligible to receive the rates hereunder. TERM: A qualified customer will be eligible to receive the Empire Zone Rate rates for no more than ten years from the initial date of New York State eligibility, as stated on their zone certificate, or until a customer's initial certification becomes invalid. The Company reserves the right to establish a means of periodically verifying the validity of a customer's certificate. CHARACTER OF SERVICE Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle, voltage and phase at the Company's option, as available and appropriate for the customer's requirement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 85.1 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd) L.4 EMPIRE ZONE RATES (Cont d) BILLING AND PROGRAM BENEFITS The Company will calculate bills for service supplied under the Empire Zone Rate in accordance with the applicable Special Provision under Service Classification Nos. 3, 7, 8 or 9. INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES The rates and charges under this rider, including any adjustments, are increased by the applicable effective aggregate percentage shown in Rule 4.I for service supplied the municipality where the customer is taking service. SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS Empire Zone Rate customers may select one of the following electricity supply pricing options: ESCO Supply Service (ESS) or RG&E Supply Service (RSS). ESCO Supply Service (ESS) Effective beginning January 1, 2010: This Retail Access choice includes a fixed component for RG&E delivery service and a Retail Access Credit of $0.004 per kWh. Electricity supply is provided by an ESCO. RG&E Supply Servie (RSS)
Effective beginning January 1, 2010: This Non-Retail Access choice includes a fixed component for RG&E delivery service and a commodity charge for electricity supply that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary service and NYPA Transmission Access Charges (NTAC). Electricity supply is provided by RG&E.
TRANSITION CHARGE

All Empire Zone Rate customers are exempt from paying the Transition Charge. The Empire Zone customer must choose the same Supply Service Option for its incentive load, nonincentive load, and all future Empire Zone Rate load at the facility.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 GENERAL INFORMATION

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4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 85.2 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 85.3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 3 Initial Effective Date: November 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued in compliance with order in Case 11-E-0176 dated September 19, 2011. GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd) L.4 EMPIRE ZONE RATES (Cont’d) OTHER A qualified customer will pay a monthly service bill at the rates and charges under this rate for all kW or kWh in excess of a base amount of kW or kWh established for each monthly billing period. For an existing customer, the base amount of kW or kWh will be determined by the Company using an annual historical period. For a prospective customer, the base amount of kW or kWh will be zero. A qualified customer will be eligible to receive the Empire Zone Rate rates for no more than ten years from the initial date of New York State eligibility, as stated on their zone certificate, or until a customer's initial certification becomes invalid. The Company reserves the right to establish a means of periodically verifying the validity of a customer's certificate. An electric customer with an RG&E approved submeter who submeters electricity to customers certified under this program is eligible for Empire Zone Rate rates for the submetered portion of that customers purchases, as authorized by the zone administrator, subject to appropriate allocation of rate benefits to the submetered customers. The rates and charges under this rider, which reflect the Company's incremental cost of providing service, will be subject to periodic review and revision, subject to Public Service Commission approval. If it is determined that the bill calculated under this rider exceeds the bill calculated under the otherwise applicable standard Service Classification rates, the customer will pay the lower of the two bills. L.5 Recharge New York (“RNY”) Power Program Chapter 60 (Part CC) of the Laws of 2011 created the Recharge New York (“RNY”) Power Program and under the RNY Power Program, NYPA is authorized to, among other things, allocate and sell up to 910 megawatts (“MW”) of RNY Power to customers as provided for in Public Authorities Law § 1005(13-a) and Economic Development Law § within the entire service territory. RNY Power currently consists of: (i) 455 MW of certain firm hydroelectric power (i.e. capacity and energy) from the Niagara and Saint Lawrence hydroelectric projects; and (ii) 455 MW of power (i.e. capacity and energy) procured by NYPA through market sources , or supplied by the Company or an ESCO. Such implementation is conditioned upon entry by the Company and NYPA into a “Recharge New York Agreement” and upon the physical availability of RNY Power. Eligibility of individual customers is also conditioned upon compliance with the Eligibility Criteria described below ELIGIBILITY Effective July 1, 2012: A. A customer otherwise qualifying under Service Classification Nos. 3, 7, 8 or 14 that has met the requirements of the Economic Development Power Allocation Board (“EDPAB”), together with all additional approvals pertaining to such recommendation, that pursuant to Chapter 60 (Part CC) of the Laws of the New York Laws of 2011, qualifies the customer to receive an allocation of RNY from NYPA, and remain in compliance with any applicable requirements therein; and ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: November 1, 2011 Issued in compliance with order in Case 11-E-0176 dated September 19, 2011. GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd) L.5 B. Recharge New York (“RNY”) Power Program (Cont’d)

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If a customer receiving service under this Special Provision has a demonstrated need, such customer shall be eligible to receive any other economic incentive or flexible tariff rate, term or condition under Service Classification Nos. 10 and 11 of this tariff with respect to the portion of the customer’s electric requirements for which an allocation of RNY is delivered. An existing customer taking service under an economic incentive or flexible rate contract must satisfy both the criteria for the economic incentive program or flexible rate contract and the RNY Power program. NYPA shall give the Company not less than thirty (30) days written notice prior to the requested effective date of any of the following events: (a) initial communication of a RNY allocation; (b) a change in the amount of a RNY allocation previously reported to the Company; and (c) a termination of a RNY allocation. The change to the RNY Power Allocation billing will become effective with the next full billing period that is practicable after the notification of the change. A change to a delivery point shall be handled as a termination of a RNY allocation to the current delivery point and an enrollment of a RNY Allocation to the new delivery point. Service under this provision is available to customers approved by EDPAB, subject to the partial or complete withdrawal of such allocation by NYPA or the EDPAB, in the event the customer fails to maintain mutually agreed upon terms of their contracts. Service under this provision will be available to qualified customers for the duration that such an allocation, specifically designated for the purpose of the RNY Power Program, is made available through NYPA. Billing: The customer’s “RNY Contract Demand” shall be the level of demand specified in the customer’s RNY allocation approved by NYPA. The RNY allocation is comprised of 50% firm hydroelectric power (i.e. capacity and energy) from the Niagara and Saint Lawrence hydroelectric projects, and 50% market power (i.e. capacity and energy). The market power can be supplied by NYPA or the customer’s supplier for electricity in accordance with the Supply Service Options set forth in General Information Section 12. The customer’s RNY allocation will be subject to the Delivery Charges listed within the customer’s Service Classification, the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge [NBC]) and the Temporary State Assessment Surcharge (“TSAS”). The customer’s RNY allocation will be exempt from paying the System Benefit Charge, including the Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard, and Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge. The customer’s RNY allocation will be exempt from the Revenue Decoupling Mechanism (“RDM”) Adjustment (as described in General Information Section 4.K.). The non-NYPA supplied load shall be billed at the ESCO Supply Service rate or the RG&E Supply Service rate of the customer’s Service Classification. Demand Exceeding the RNY Contract Demand: To the extent that a customer’s maximum billing demand for the current month exceeds its RNY Contract Demand, the customer’s billing determinants shall be allocated between NYPA and the Company or the ESCO as described below in the section denominated “Load Factor Sharing.”

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: November 1, 2011 Issued in compliance with order in Case 11-E-0176 dated September 19, 2011. GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd) L.5 Recharge New York (“RNY”) Power Program (Cont’d)

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Load Factor Sharing: For customers receiving a portion, but not all, of their electric requirements pursuant to a RNY allocation, the Company shall apply a billing algorithm, the Billing Determinant Ratio (“BDR”),” to identify, for the purposes of billing delivery charges, the load eligible for the RNY program pursuant to Chapter 60 (Part CC) of the Laws of 2011 and the load considered non-RNY load. Determination of Billing Demand and Energy: For the purposes of this procedure, Billing Demand and Energy shall be determined in accordance with the customer’s Service Classification. The RNY Contract Demand will not be prorated for billing periods less than 25 days or longer than 35 days. Demand: A. Calculate the BDR which is used to allocate the present month’s Billing Demand and Energy between RNY and Non-RNY. The BDR’s numerator is the RNY Contract Demand and the BDR’s denominator is the greater of: 1. the maximum Billing Demand for the current month, 2. the value (size in kW) of the RNY Contract Demand. The calculated value will then be greater than zero and less than or equal to 1.0. B. Calculate the RNY Billing Demand. The RNY Billing Demand is the mathematical product of the BDR and the current month's Billing Demand. Calculate the non-RNY Billing Demand. The non-RNY Billing Demand is the difference between the Billing Demand for the billing period and the RNY Billing Demand from step B, above.

C.

Energy: A. Calculate RNY Energy. RNY Energy is the mathematical product of the BDR and total energy consumption, consumption by peak and off-peak, or consumption by hour as applicable. B. Calculate non-RNY Energy. Non-RNY Energy is the difference between total energy consumption, consumption by peak and off-peak, or consumption by hour as applicable and RNY Energy from step A, above. Capacity: When the Company develops installed capacity (“ICAP”) requirements for RNY Power Program participants, the Company shall derive them on an individual basis at the time of the monthly NYCA peak date and time. When hourly data is not available, the appropriate service class profile will be used to determine the customer’s capacity responsibility. A new capacity responsibility amount will be established for each customer each April, to be effective on or after May 1. The ICAP requirement for the RNY Power portion of the total ICAP requirement for each program participant shall be split based on the demand at the NYCA peak. If the coincident demand is greater than the program participant’s RNY allocation, than the excess will be deemed non-RNY load. If the demand is equal to or less than the participant’s RNY allocation then the entire coincident peak shall be considered RNY Power. If the market power of the RNY allocation is supplied by an entity other than the NYPA, the customer’s capacity responsibility amount for the RNY allocation is split evenly between NYPA and the customer’s supplier. ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 86 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2005 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 03-E-0633, order effective May 23, 2003

GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 86.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 3 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010

GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd) M. CATV and CLEC Pole Attachment Rider 1. The Company will provide rental space on its wholly-owned poles to cable television (CATV) and competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) companies operating in the Company’s service area for the purpose of installing facilities such as cables, wires, and amplifiers. A contract shall be made between the Company and each CATV or CLEC company outlining the general rules for attaching CATV or CLEC equipment. Pole Attachment Rental Rate (per year) a. b. c. The Rental Rate per Pole Attachment is set forth in the POLE Statement. Charges shall be billed in accordance with contract provisions. The Company may file, periodically, a new pole attachment charge, to become effective on 90 days notice and subject to approval by the PSC.

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The pole attachment rental rate stated in section (2) above is applicable only to attachments located in the usable space area of a pole. The usable space of a pole is the space that is normally used by telecommunication carriers and CATV service providers for the attachment of span wire facilities. The attachment of facilities in other than the usable space area of the pole is subject to the consent of the Company, and the terms and charges for the attachment of facilities in other than the usable space area of the pole will be established by agreement of the Company and the entity seeking to attach its facilities. INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES The rental rates and charges under this rider, including any adjustments, are increased by the applicable effective aggregate percentage shown in Rule 4.J for service supplied within the municipality where the customer is taking service.

4.

N. Service Guarantee The Company guarantees to keep service appointments made at the customer's request. If the Company does not keep an appointment within the timeframe agreed upon, a credit will be applied to the customer's next bill. The credit will be $20.00. Service guarantees do not apply to appointments made for the same day the customer requests service or if events beyond the Company's control, such a severe weather, prevent the Company from performing as planned.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2012

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GENERAL INFORMATION 4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd)

O. New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (“NYSERDA”) Loan Installment Program Pursuant to the Power New York Act of 2011 (L. 2011, c.388), the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority or its designated agent (“NYSERDA”) will administer a loan program for qualifying residential and non-residential customers for the installation of energy efficiency services (as that term is defined in subsection 189(12) of the Public Authorities Law) on a customer’s property. As set forth in this law, the Company will bill and collect NYSERDA Loan Installment amounts primarily through the customer’s utility bill when notified by NYSERDA that these NYSERDA Loan Installments apply to the customer’s utility account. Unless otherwise precluded by law, participation in the NYSERDA Loan Installment program shall not affect a customer’s eligibility for any rebate or incentive offered by the Company. In order to comply with the requirements set forth in the Power NY Act of 2011, the Company will provide NYSERDA, or its agents, certain customer information and take other actions for purposes of the NYSERDA Loan Installment Program. The Company will implement the NYSERDA Loan Installment Program no later than May 30, 2012.

1. Eligibility
Pursuant to PSL Section 66-m 1.(b), each electric and gas corporation shall initially limit the number of customers participating in the NYSERDA Loan Installment Program at any given time to no more than 0.5 percent of its total unique customers taking service as of December 31, 2010, on a first come, first served basis. A customer who receives a NYSERDA loan, or a subsequent customer that becomes responsible for the electric and/or natural gas bill at that location except as provided below, shall repay the loan installments on their utility bills. Under the NYSERDA Loan Installment Program, NYSERDA will notify the Company of the monthly loan installment amounts and the number of months of the NYSERDA loan term that are to be charged on the customer’s bills.

2. Billing and Collections
The responsibility of the Company is limited to providing billing and collection services for NYSERDA. Such billing and collection services shall be available regardless of whether the electricity or natural gas delivered by the Company is the customer’s primary energy source. Only one NYSERDA Loan Installment obligation can exist on a customer’s utility account. Should the customer enter into an additional NYSERDA Loan Installment agreement, NYSERDA will replace the current NYSERDA Loan Installment on the account with a new consolidated NYSERDA Loan Installment and notify the Company of the new NYSERDA Loan Installment amount and corresponding NYSERDA Loan term in months. Beginning no later than the second bill after the Company receives a valid customer account number from NYSERDA, each bill issued to the customer shall include the monthly loan installment amount until the loan is satisfied or the account is closed. A customer receiving bills on a bi-monthly basis will be billed for two loan installments on each bill. The customer will be required to pay NYSERDA loan installment amounts when bills are due. Unpaid loan installment amounts will be subject to the provisions of this Rate Schedule regarding: (a) charges for late payment (pursuant to General Information Section 4.B); (b) deferred payment agreements (pursuant to General Information Section 4.G); and (c) termination/disconnection and reconnection of service (pursuant to General Information Section 4.E and General Information Section 4.H). If in order to avoid termination of service or to restore service that was terminated to an entire multiple dwelling, pursuant to 16 NYCRR 11.7, or to a two-family dwelling, pursuant to 16 NYCRR 11.8, such occupants shall not be billed for any arrears of on-bill recovery charges or any prospective on-bill recovery charges, which shall remain the responsibility of the incurring customer. NYSERDA Loan installment amounts will not be subject to the Increase in Prices and Charges Applicable Where Service is Supplied pursuant to General Information Section 6 of P.S.C No. 120. A customer remitting less than the total amount due on a utility bill that includes a loan installment amount shall have such partial payment first applied as payment for billed electric and/or natural gas charges. If there are monies remaining after application to the Company’s electric and/or natural gas charges, any remaining amount will be applied to outstanding NYSERDA loan installment amounts. A customer remitting more than the total amount due on a utility bill that includes a NYSERDA loan installment amount shall have the overpayment applied first to subsequently billed electric and/or natural gas charges and then to NYSERDA Loan Installment amounts as they are billed. The utility will not apply customer overpayments as a prepayment of NYSERDA loan installment amounts or as full repayment of the NYSERDA loan. Customers wishing to make loan prepayments or satisfy the balance of the loan amount outstanding must arrange directly with NYSERDA for such payments. The Company will not provide interest on overpayments of NYSERDA loan installment amounts.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2012 GENERAL INFORMATION

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4. METERING AND BILLING (Cont'd) O. New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (“NYSERDA”) Loan Installment Program (Cont’d) 3. Term NYSERDA will advise the Company of the number of the NYSERDA loan installment amounts to be paid. The NYSERDA loan obligation shall survive changes in ownership, tenancy and meter account responsibility at the premises where the energy efficiency measures were installed unless fully satisfied. In the event the NYSERDA Loan Installment obligation is not satisfied when a customer’s account is closed and NYSERDA notifies the Company to bill loan installment amounts to a subsequent customer, such subsequent customer will be subject to all terms and conditions of this Section. When an account with a NYSERDA loan is closed, loan installment amounts that were billed but unpaid will be transferred to the Customer’s new account established with the Company, or another existing account, provided, however, that if the customer does not establish a new account with the Company forty-five (45) days after the account is closed, the Company will cease its collection activity for the NYSERDA loan installment arrears and advise NYSERDA so it can pursue collection of the outstanding balance. 4. Account Information As authorized by the Power New York Act of 2011, the Company will provide NYSERDA or its agents with certain customer information (i.e., account closure information and subsequent customer information, including customer name, old and new account number(s), loan number, mailing address and service address.) All customer information released to NYSERDA by the Company will be considered confidential. Customers making application to NYSERDA under the NYSERDA Loan Installment Program will be required to provide consent for NYSERDA’s use of the customer’s utility account information.

For a premise with an outstanding NYSERDA loan obligation, each subsequent customer is deemed to have consented to the Company’s disclosure to NYSERDA of such customer’s information. 5. Customer Questions and Billing Disputes Questions related to the NYSERDA Program and complaints relating to the Company’s billing of NYSERDA loan installment amounts shall be directed to NYSERDA. At least annually, the Company will provide customers participating in the NYSERDA Loan Installment Program the following information: 1. The amount and duration of remaining monthly payments under the NYSERDA Loan Installment Program. NYSERDA’s contact information and dispute resolution procedures for resolving customer complaints regarding the NYSERDA Loan Installment Program.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (1) Conditions for Termination: The Company may discontinue the supply of electricity due to default when the customer: (a) Fails to pay any tariff charge due on the customer's account for which a written bill has been rendered; or Fails to pay amounts due under a deferred payment agreement; or Fails to pay a lawfully required security deposit requested in accordance with Rule 2.B.; or Fails to comply with a provision of the Company's tariff which permits the Company to refuse to supply or to terminate service.

(b) (c) (d)

(2)

Notice of Discontinuance: (a) Residential - The Company may discontinue the supply of electricity at least 15 days after written notice has been served personally upon the customer or mailed to the customer. This notice may not be issued until at least 20 days have elapsed from the date payment was due. (b) Nonresidential - The Company may discontinue the supply of electricity: (i) At least five (5) days after written notice has been served personally upon the person supplied; or (ii) At least eight (8) days after mailing written notice in post- paid wrapper to the person supplied, addressed to such person at premises where service is rendered; or (iii) At least five (5) days after the person supplied has either signed for or refused a registered letter containing written notice, addressed to such person at premises where service is rendered.

The notice shall contain the requested information set forth in 16 NYCRR 11.4 or 13.3 and if the person supplied has specified to the Company in writing an alternate address for billing purposes, the notice shall be sent to such alternate address rather than to the premises where service is rendered.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d)

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont’d) (3) Verification of Delinquent Account Prior to Discontinuance The Company will not discontinue service for nonpayment of bills rendered or for failure to post a required deposit unless: (a) It has verified that payment has not been received at any office of the Company or at any office of an authorized collection agent through the end of the required notice period; and It has verified on the day discontinuance occurs that payment has not been posted to the customer's account as of the opening of business on that day, or has complied with procedures established for rapid posting of payments.

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(4)

Rapid Posting of Payments in Response to Notices of Discontinuance The Company shall take reasonable steps to establish procedures to insure that any payments made in response to notices of discontinuance, when the customer brings the fact that such notice has been issued to the attention of the Company or its authorized collection agents, are either: (a) (b) Posted to the customer's account on the day payment is received; or Processed in some manner so that discontinuance will not occur.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5.

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d)

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont’d) (5) Days and Time When Discontinuance of Service is Not Permitted (a) Residential - The Company shall not discontinue service for nonpayment of bills or failure to post a required deposit on: (i) (ii) (iii) A Friday, Saturday, Sunday or public holiday; or A day on which the business offices of the Company are closed; or A day immediately preceding either a public holiday or day on which the Company's business offices are closed; or During a two-week period encompassing Christmas and New Year's Day.

(iv)

Disconnections should only be made between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. (b) Nonresidential - The Company shall not discontinue service for nonpayment of bills or failure to post a required deposit or failure to provide access on: (i) (ii) A Saturday, Sunday or public holiday; or A day on which the business offices of the Company or the Public Service Commission are closed.

Disconnections shall only be made between the hours of 8:00 am and 6:00 p m, except that on days preceding the days listed in (b)(i) and (ii) above, termination may only occur after 3:00 pm if the customer is informed by personal contact prior to termination that termination is about to occur and the Company is prepared to accept a check for payment required to avoid termination. The term public holiday as used in (a) and (b) refers to those holidays defined in the General Construction Law.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d) A. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont’d) (6) Voluntary Third Party Notice Prior to Discontinuance of Service The Company shall permit a residential customer to designate a third party to receive a copy of every notice of discontinuance of service sent to such residential customer, provided that such third party indicates in writing his or her willingness to receive such notices. Discontinuance of Service to Entire Multiple Dwellings The Company shall not discontinue service to an entire multiple dwelling (as defined in the Multiple Dwelling Law or the Multiple Residence Law) unless the notices specified in the Public Service Law have been given, provided that where any of the notices required thereunder are mailed in a post-paid wrapper there shall be no discontinuance of service until at least 18 days after the mailing of such notices. Rules 5.A.3 through 5.A.6 shall be applicable with respect to the discontinuance of service to entire multiple dwellings.

(7)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d)

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont’d) (8) Discontinuance of Service to Two-family Dwellings The Company shall not discontinue service to a two-family dwelling that is known by the Company to contain residential units where service is provided by a single meter, unless the notices specified in the Public Service Law have been given. Rules 5.A.3 through 5.A.6 shall be applicable with respect to the discontinuance of service to twofamily dwellings. (9) Discontinuance of Residential Service During Cold Weather During the cold weather period beginning November 1 of each year and ending April 15 of the following year, the written notices required in Rule 5.A.7 and 5.A.8 shall be provided not less than 30 days before the intended termination. The Company shall also attempt to contact by telephone or in person the customer or an adult resident of the customer's premises at least 72 hours prior to the intended termination.

(10) Discontinuance of Residential Service Special Procedure:: Special emergency procedures, required by 16 NYCRR Part 11.5 provide special protections for specified residential customers regarding the termination and restoration of service in cases involving medical emergencies, the elderly, blind or disabled, and terminations during cold weather. Copies of the Company’s special procedures are on file with the Commission and are available to the public upon request at Company offices where applications for service may be made.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d)

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont’d) (11) No Subsequent Notice Required For Returned Check Receipt by the Company of a subsequently dishonored negotiable instrument in response to a notice of termination or tendered to a Company representative, shall not constitute payment of a customer's account and the Company shall not be required to issue additional notice prior to termination. The Company shall charge the customer a handling charge as provided for under Rule 4.D.3. (12) Reconnection of Service (a) Where a residential customer's service is disconnected in accordance with Rule 5.A, for nonpayment of bills, the Company reserves the right to refuse to furnish service until: (i) The Company receives the full amount of arrears for which service was terminated; or (ii) The Company and the customer reach agreement on a deferred payment plan and the customer pays a down payment, if required; or (iii) The Commission or its designee so directs; or (iv) The Company receives a commitment of a direct payment or written guarantee of payment from the social services official of the social services district in which the customer resides; or (v) The Company has notice that a serious impairment to health or safety is likely to result if service is not reconnected. Doubts as to whether reconnection of service is required for health or safety reasons shall be resolved in favor of reconnection.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5.

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d)

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont’d) (12) Reconnection of Service (Cont’d) (b) Where a nonresidential customer's service is disconnected in accordance with Rule 5.A, the Company reserves the right to refuse to furnish service until: (i) The Company receives full payment for the amount of arrears and/or security deposit for which service has been terminated and any other tariff charges billed after the issuance of the termination notice which are in arrears at the time reconnection is requested; or The Company and customer reach agreement on, and sign, a deferred payment agreement for the amounts set forth in (b)(i) above and the customer pays a downpayment if required; or In the case where service was terminated solely for failure to provide access, the customer allows access and has made reasonable arrangements for future access; or In the case where service was terminated solely for a violation of the Com pany's tariff, the Company receives adequate notice and documentation or a field verification that the violation has been corrected provided, however, that the field verification, if required, shall be arranged within two business days of the customer's request or at such later time as may be specified by the customer; or If service was terminated for two or more independent reasons the customer has satisfied all conditions for reconnection; or The Commission or its designee directs service to be reconnected.

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 27, 2004
Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 03-M-0117 dated July 30, 2004

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5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont'd)

A.

DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont'd) (12) Reconnection of Service (Cont'd) (c) The Company will reconnect service to any Customer that was suspended as a result of a Supplier-initiated request for suspension for non-payment of commodity service upon the expiration of one year after termination of commodity service by the Supplier. See Section 5.J. of this Schedule, Supplier-Initiated Suspension of Service. (d) The Company shall reconnect service, unless prevented by circumstances beyond its control or where a customer requests otherwise, to any disconnected customer not more than 24 hours after the above conditions of this rule have been satisfied. Whenever circumstances beyond the Company's control prevent reconnecting of service within 24 hours, service shall be reconnected within 24 hours after those circumstances cease to exist (including, but not limited to, times when a Supplier fails to timely notify the Company of Supplier’s receipt of payments due). A reconnection charge shown in the Special Services Statement shall apply when (1) the conditions set forth above have been satisfied, or (2) the suspension of delivery service was at the request of an ESCO, as described in Section 5.J. of this Schedule, Supplier-Initiated Suspension of Service; and the Customer requests restoration of service during or after normal business hours. The Customer, or person who controls access to the meter, shall be responsible for the payment of any charges associated with a court action to gain access to and remove a meter(s) and discontinue service. Such charges shall not exceed 150% of the previous calendar year’s average cost per incident.

(e)

(f)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION

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5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d)

A.

DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont’d) (13) Deferred Payment Agreements (a) Residential (i) Any residential customer or applicant is eligible, in accordance with 16 NYCRR 11.10 for a payment agreement except a customer who: (aa) as defaulted on an existing payment agreement unless the terms of the defaulted agreement required payments over a shorter period of time than the standard agreement under Rule 5.A.(13)(a)(ii)(aa) and 16 NYCRR 11.10. (bb) the Commission or its authorized designee determines that the customer or applicant has the resources to pay the bill.

The Company will negotiate in good faith with any eligible customer or applicant in order to enter into an agreement that is fair and equitable considering the customers or applicant's financial circumstances. The Company may require a customer or applicant to complete a form detailing assets, income and expenses. Reasonable documentation to substantiate the information provided may also be required. The Company shall treat the financial information as confidential. The Company shall make a written offer of a payment agreement; not less than seven calendar days (10 days if mailed) before the earliest date on which termination may occur, when payment of outstanding charges is a requirement for acceptance of an application for service, when payment of outstanding charges is a requirement for reconnection of service, or as required after a defaulted payment agreement that was for a term shorter than Rule 5.a.(13)(a)(ii)(aa) and 16 NYCRR 11.10. The Company may postpone a scheduled termination of service up to ten calendar days after the date stated in the final notice of termination for the purpose of negotiating payment agreement terms, provided the customer is advised of such postponement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d) A. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont’d) (13) Deferred Payment Agreements (Cont’d) (a) Residential (Cont’d) (ii)

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A payment agreement shall obligate the customer to make timely payments of all current charges and shall provide for: (aa) A downpayment up to 15 percent of the amount covered by the payment agreement or the cost of one-half of one month’s average usage, whichever is greater; unless such amount is less than the cost of one-half of one month's average usage, in which case, the downpayment may be up to 50 percent of such amount; and monthly installments of up to the cost of one-half of one month’s average usage or one-tenth of the balance, whichever is greater. (bb) Any specific terms for downpayment and payment mutually agreed upon after negotiation by the Company and customer. (cc) If the customer demonstrates financial need, no downpayment and installments as low as $10 per month above current bills.

A payment agreement must be signed in duplicate by a Company Representative and the customer; a downpayment, if required, must be received by the Company before the agreement becomes enforceable by either party. A payment agreement may be renegotiated and amended if the customer or applicant demonstrates their financial circumstances have changed significantly beyond their control. (iii) If a customer fails to make timely payment in accordance with a payment agreement, the Company shall send a reminder notice at least eight calendar days prior to the issuance of a final notice of termination.

If by the 20th day after payment was due under the payment agreement the Company has neither received payment nor negotiated a new payment agreement, the Company may demand full payment of the total outstanding charges and send a final termination notice in accordance with Rule 5.A and 16 NYCRR 11.4. and ll.10.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5. A.

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d)

DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont’d) (13) Deferred Payment Agreements (Cont’d) (b) Nonresidential (i) Any nonresidential customer is eligible for a deferred payment agreement except: (aa) A customer who owes any amounts under a prior deferred payment agreement; or (bb) A customer who failed to make timely payments under a prior deferred payment agreement in effect during the previous 12 months; or (cc) A customer that is a publicly held company or a subsidiary thereof; or (dd) A seasonal, short-term or temporary customer or (ee) An electric customer who, during the previous 12 months, had a combined average monthly billed demand for all its accounts with the Company in excess of 20 kW, or who registered any single demand or any account in excess of 40 kW; or (ff) A customer who the company can demonstrate has the resources to pay the bill, provided that the Company notifies the customer of the Company's reasons and of the customer's right to contest this determination through the Commission's complaint procedures. The Commission or its authorized designee may order the Company to offer a deferred payment agreement in accordance with this Rule to a customer whom it finds 16 NYCRR 13.5 is intended to protect, when an agreement is necessary for a fair and equitable resolution of an individual complaint. The Company shall provide a written notice offering a deferred payment agreement to an eligible customer not less than five calendar days before the date of a scheduled termination of service for nonpayment of arrears, or eight calendar days if mailed, provided the customer has been a customer for at least six months and the arrears on which the outstanding final termination notice is based exceeds two months average billing.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d) A.

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont’d) (13) Deferred Payment Agreements (Cont’d) (b) Nonresidential (Cont’d) (ii) A deferred payment agreement shall obligate the customer to make timely payments of all current charges and may require the customer: (aa) To make a downpayment of up to 30 percent of the arrears on which an outstanding termination notice is based, or the cost of twice the customer's average monthly usage, whichever is greater, plus the full amount of any charges billed after the issuance of the termination notice which are in arrears at the time the agreement is entered into; or (bb) If a field visit to physically terminate service has been made, to make a downpayment of up to 50 percent of the arrears on which an outstanding termination notice is based or the cost of four times the customer's average monthly usage, whichever is greater, plus the full amount of any charges billed after the issuance of the termination notice which are in arrears at the time the agreement is entered into; an (cc) To pay the balance in monthly installments of up to the cost of the customer's average monthly usage or one-sixth of the balance, whichever is greater; and (dd) To pay late payment charges during the period of the agreement; and (ee) To pay a security deposit in three installments, 50 percent down and two monthly payments of the balance, provided the deposit was previously requested under Rule 2.B. (2). A deferred payment agreement may provide for a greater or lesser downpayment, a longer or shorter repayment period, and payment according to any schedule, if mutually agreed upon by both the Company and the customer. A deferred payment agreement must be signed in duplicate by a Company Representative and the customer, each must receive a copy, before it becomes enforceable by either party. If terms of an agreement are agreed upon by telephone conversation, the Company shall send the customer two fully completed copies of the agreement signed by a Company Representative for the customer to sign and return.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5.

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d)

A.

DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO DEFAULT (Cont’d) (13) Deferred Payment Agreements (Cont’d) (b) Nonresidential (Cont’d) (iii) If a customer fails to make timely payment in accordance with a deferred payment agreement, on the first occurrence the Company shall give the customer a reasonable opportunity to keep the agreement in force by paying any amounts due under the agreement. Otherwise, the Company may demand full payment of the total outstanding charges and send a final termination notice as provided under Rule 5.A.

B.

DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO FRAUD If tampered equipment (as defined in Rule 1.R) is found on the customer's premises, or if any fraud upon the Company is practiced upon the customer's premises, the Company may, after giving notices required by law, and complying with 16 NYCRR 13 discontinue the supply of electric energy to the customer and remove its meter, apparatus and wires. Service will not be restored to such a customer until he has paid the Company all damages occasioned or sustained, including the full costs and expenses of removing and restoring the meter, apparatus and service lateral.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5.

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d)

C.

DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE TO ILLEGAL HIGHWAY SIGNS Upon receipt of a written notification and request for discontinuance of service, signed by an authorized official of the New York State Department of Transportation, the supply of electricity to outdoor advertising signs, displays or devices, which have been declared illegal under Section 88(8) of the New York State Highway Law, shall be discontinued, providing such discontinuance will not have any adverse effect of electric service supplied for any other purpose. The written notification shall state: (1) That the necessary finding has been made and the required 30-day notice has been given in accordance with Section 88(8) of the Highway Law. That the 30-day statutory notice has not been stayed, modified or revoked. The anticipated removal date of the illegal sign by the Department of Transportation. That the Department of Transportation will reimburse the Company for the full costs and expenses of terminating service to the illegal sign.

(2) (3) (4)

The written notification shall be furnished to the Company at the earliest possible date, and the Department of Transportation and the Company shall cooperate in scheduling the termination at a mutually convenient time. In any event, the Company shall be allowed up to 15 days to effect the discontinuance of service following receipt of the written notice. D. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO NO ACCESS In the case of a nonresidential customer, failure to provide the Company reasonable access to the premises served for any necessary or proper purposes in connection with rendering electric service may result in termination of service so long as the requirements of 16 NYCRR 13.8 (c) have been met. These purposes include meter installation, reading, testing, maintenance, removal and securing of the Company's property. The Company shall not terminate service under this section if the customer has advised the Company that he or she does not control access to the meter(s) and who does control the access.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d) E.

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DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO CUSTOMER REQUEST Upon receipt of either oral or written notification from the customer that, the customer will not require or be responsible for the electric service, the Company will attempt to read the meter on or about the day the customer requests discontinuance, render a final bill and at its option discontinue the service. In the case where the Company was unable to obtain an actual final meter reading, the Company may estimate the customer's final billing according to the best available information. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE WHEN THERE IS NO CUSTOMER The Company may disconnect service to any customer when: (1) There is no customer and service is being provided through tampered equipment and in the case of a nonresidential customer when: (2) There is no customer and the Company can show that the user will require service for less than one week, provided the Company makes a reasonable effort to notify the user and provide the user with an opportunity to apply for service before disconnection; or (3) There is no customer and the Company has provided advance written notice to the occupant(s) stating the Company’ intent to disconnect service unless the responsible party applies for service and is accepted as a customer. Such notice shall be made either by posting 48 hours or by mailing at least five, but no more than thirty calendar days before disconnection. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO EMERGENCY CONDITIONS The Company may suspend, curtail or disconnect service when: (1) An emergency may threaten the health or safety of a person, a surrounding area or the Company’s generation, transmission or distribution systems; or (2) There is a need to make permanent or temporary repairs, changes, or improvement in any part of the Company’s system; or (3) There is a governmental order or directive requiring the utility to do so. The Company shall act promptly to assure restoration of service as soon as feasible; provided, however, service to a nonresidential customer need not he restored if, at the time restoration is to occur, the Company can terminate service for another reason under 16 NYCRR 13.3. In the case where service has been suspended, curtailed or discontinued as a result of a governmental order or because of a condition relating to the health and safety caused by or involving equipment owned by the customer, the Company may require an approval of installation as detailed in Rule 2.C. prior to reconnection. The Company shall to the extent reasonably feasible provide advance notice to those whose service may be interrupted for any reason under this Rule.

F.

G.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d) H.

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LOAD SHEDDING Load shedding in response to system-wide or local abnormal or emergency events will be on a nondiscriminatory basis without regard to the Energy Supplier that serves the affected customer. Load shedding procedures will be initiated under the following conditions: (a) When system frequency drops below 59.3 Hertz and automatic under-frequency relays disconnect load in order to reverse the declining frequency. (b) When the Company is ordered to shed load by the NYPP or ISO. (c) When the Company responses, short of load shedding, to transmission or distribution emergencies are not successful, and time constraints do not allow for corrective actions other than load shedding. Public notifications of load shedding will be made as soon as practicable.

I.

TEMPORARY DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE DUE TO CUSTOMER REQUEST A customer may request power outages in order to provide isolated work areas for maintenance or modification of its facilities. Should the Company incur additional costs and expenses in order to ensure a requested outage date and/or time can be satisfied, the Company will consult with the customer to consider rescheduling the outage to avoid or reduce costs. The Company will be compensated by the customer for any incremental costs and expenses incurred by the company in support of the requested outage.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 102.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2005 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case Nos. 03-E-0765 and 03-G-0766, Joint Proposal dated August 20, 2004

GENERAL INFORMATION 5. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (Cont’d)

J.

DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE IN REGARD TO THE PURCHASE OF ESCO ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE PROGRAM (POR) Non-Residential Customers RG&E is authorized to disconnect its delivery service and the ESCO's commodity service, in accordance with 16 NYCRR Part 13, to non-residential customers where (i) the customer fails to make full payment of all amounts due on the consolidated billing; (ii) the Company has purchased the ESCO receivable; and (iii) the ESCO furnishes the Company an affidavit from an officer of the ESCO representing to RG&E that the ESCO has notified its current non-residential customers and will notify its future non-residential customers that RG&E is permitted to disconnect the customer for non-payment of the ESCO charges. The ESCO will indemnify RG&E for any cost, expense, or penalty if the customer's service is discontinued for non-payment and the customer establishes that it did not receive such notification. ESCOs participating in the POR waive the right to seek termination for non-payment of ESCO commodity service and/or to request suspension of RG&E's distribution service. Residential Customers RG&E, in accordance with applicable provisions of law, may disconnect its delivery service and the ESCO’s commodity service (collectively, "utility service") to residential customers who fail to make full payment of all amounts due on the consolidated billing, including the amount of the purchased ESCO receivables. Residential customer disconnected from utility service under the POR shall be reconnected to service upon the payment of the arrears that were the subject of the disconnection, which may include both delivery and supply charges, or a lesser amount as specified in Public Service Law Section 32(5)(d). ESCOs participating in the POR waive the right to seek termination of ESCO commodity service and/or to request suspension of RG&E's distribution service.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 102.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2005 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case No. 03-M-0117, order effective October 25, 2004 Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 6. LIABILITY

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A.

CONTINUITY OF SUPPLY (1) The Company will endeavor at all times to provide a regular and uninterrupted supply of service (except where the terms and conditions of a particular Service Classification provide otherwise) but in case the supply of service shall be interrupted or irregular or defective or shall fail from causes beyond the Company's control (including without limiting the generality of the foregoing, executive or administrative rules or orders issued from time to time by State or Federal officers, commission, boards or bodies having jurisdiction) or because of the ordinary negligence of the Company, its employees, servants or agents, the Company will not be liable therefore. An intentional disconnection of an individual customer made in error, and the failure to restore service within 12 hours thereafter, shall be an exception to the foregoing limitation. In such an event the customer shall be entitled to compensation from the Company, but only for the actual loss of perishable commodities caused by the lack of electric service for refrigeration and only if the customer makes claim therefore to the Company within 90 days after such disconnection; however, the liability of the Company shall be limited to $100.00 in the case of a residential customer and to $2,000.00 in the case of any other customer. As used in this paragraph the term "customer" includes tenants served indirectly through a customer-of-record.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: October 2, 2006 GENERAL INFORMATION 6. LIABILITY (Cont d)

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A. CONTINUITY OF SUPPLY (Cont d) (2) Compliance with directives of the New York Independent System Operator ( NYISO ) shall, without limitation by reason of specification, constitute a circumstance beyond the control of the Company for which the Company shall not be liable; provided, however, that the Company shall not be absolved from any liability to which it may otherwise be subject for negligence in the manner in which it carries out the NYISO's instructions. (See Rule 6.A. 1.) (3) Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Company may, without liability therefore, interrupt, reduce or impair service to any Customer or Customers in the event of an emergency threatening the integrity of its system, or any other systems with which it is directly or indirectly interconnected, if in its sole judgment or that of the NYISO (Rule 6.A.2), such action will prevent, alleviate or reduce the emergency condition, for such period of time as the Company, or said NYISO, deems necessary. (4) Customers requiring service which is uninterrupted, unreduced or unimpaired on a continuous basis should provide their own emergency or back-up capability.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 6. LIABILITY (Cont’d)

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B.

CUSTOMER'S EQUIPMENT Neither by inspection nor nonrejection, nor in any other way, does the Company give any warranty, expressed or implied, as to the adequacy, safety or other characteristics of any structures, equipment, wires, pipes, appliances or devices owned, installed or maintained by the customer or leased by the customer from third parties. COMPANY EQUIPMENT AND USE OF SERVICE The Company will not be liable for any injury, casualty or damage resulting in any way from the supply or use of electricity or from the presence or operation of the Company's structures, equipment, wires, pipes, appliances or devices on the customer's premises, except injuries or damages resulting from the negligence of the Company. SELECTION OF SERVICE CLASSIFICATION The Company will endeavor to assist a customer in the selection of the Service Classification which may be most favorable to his requirements, but in no way can the Company make any warranty, expressed or implied, as to the rates, classifications or provisions favorable to the future service requirements of the customer.

C.

D.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

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A.

GENERAL INFORMATION 7. FORMS RESIDENTIAL SERVICE APPLICATION FORM RESIDENTIAL SERVICE AGREEMENT

INSTRUCTIONS: This is a written application for RG&E service. You may use this to apply for residential gas and/or electric service. Unless certain conditions apply, you are not required to complete a written application for service. You may call RG&E at 1-800-RGE-2110 to apply for service by telephone. If a written application is required, you will be notified at that time. INFORMATION (Completed by Applicant) Billing Name: Address Where You Want Service: City: State: Mailing Address: City: State: Day Phone #: Evening Phone #: Fax #: Date Responsible for Service: Service Requested Electric:- RG&E Supply Service Gas Date RG&E can have access to read the meters: Customer Turn-on Readings: Electric: _______________ _______________ Gas: _______________ Do you control access to the property? Name: Address: IDENTIFICATION (Completed by Applicant) Yes Zip: Zip:

No. List the name, address and phone number of the person who controls access. Phone #: City: State: Zip:

INSTRUCTIONS: Provide RG&E with two forms of verifiable identification. NY Driver's License Number: Non-Drivers State Identification Number: Social Security Number: ID Type: ID Number: ID Type: Previous Service Address: City: Previous Service Address: City: How long will you need the service?: < 1 year > 1 years Seasonal If you rent, what is the term of the lease? 1 Year Monthly Weekly Daily Other (list) Are there any residents that are on Life Support Devices or have a serious medical condition? OFFICE USE (Completed by RG&E) Account #: Is a deposit required? ID Verified No Amount: Yes Service Responsibility Verified New York State New York State ID Number: State: State: Own property Zip: Zip: Rent property? Other State Please List Other State (Please List

Do you None

No

Yes. Please detail below

Short Term /Seasonal Other (specify) Payment Agreement Made

Reason:

Balance Owed: $ Balance Owed: $ Payment Required to Obtain Service: Additional Notes:

Account #: Account # : $

Account Balance: $ Account Balance: $

SIGNATURE (Applicant must sign; otherwise, the application will not be accepted)) Applicant: As indicated, I hereby apply for gas or electric service, or both at the above address. I have accurately completed this application to the best of my knowledge and ability. I agree to comply with the applicable provisions of RG&E's Tariffs and agree to pay all charges under the appropriate service classification. I further understand that when I move I must contact RG&E to have service shut-off. If I am denied service, I have the right to a written reply stating the reasons for the denial. If not satisfied, I may contact the Public Service Commission at 1-800-342-3355. Applicant Name (Print) Applicant Signature RG&E Signature Date: Date:

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2005 GENERAL INFORMATION 7. FORMS (Cont’d) B. GENERAL SERVICE APPLICATION FORM
NON-RESIDENTIAL SERVICE AGREEMENT

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Issued in compliance with order in Cases 03-E-0765, 02-E-0198, and 03-G-0766 dated May 20, 2004

INSTRUCTIONS: Applicants, complete the following sections of this form: Information, Service Location, Service Type Requested, and Signature sections. This information is required as a condition of obtaining service from RG&E. If this application is for more than one service location, then please provide a separate signed list of additional service addresses requested. INFORMATION (Completed by Applicant) Account Name: Service Address: Mailing Address: Day Phone #: Address of Prior / Existing RG&E Service Using Same Account Name: Primary Contact Person: For Partnerships & DBAs, enclose a copy of the filed DBA or Partnership papers: Individual Name: Home Address: Name: Home Address: For Corporations, enclose a copy of the certificate of incorporation, which lists principal officers: Employer Tax ID #: Tax Exempt Status: Taxable Exempt Partial Exempt. If partial or exempt, enclose a copy of exemption certificate Additional Protections may be available under Part 11 of 16 NYCRR for residential uses. SERVICE LOCATION INFORMATION (Completed by Applicant) If residential, specify the number of residential units: Do you control access to the meter? Name: Address: Yes No. List name, address ,and phone number of the person controlling access below: Phone: City: Yes State: No Yes Yes No No Zip: Required Not required (on file) Social Security #: Employer Tax ID # : Partnership Corporation Social Security #: Evening Phone # City: Phone # (if different): Required Not required (on file) Employer Tax ID #: City: City: Fax #: State: Zip: Suite / Store #: State: State: Zip: Zip:

DBA (specify name)

Will this service be used exclusively for religious purposes by a religious corporation or association?

Will this service be used by a post or hall owned or leased by a not-for-profit corporation that is a veterans' organization? Will this service be used exclusively by a not-for-profit corporation in a community residence for the mentally disabled? SERVICE TYPE REQUESTED (Completed by Applicant)

The questions that follow are designed to assist RG&E in placing you on the proper and most beneficial service classification. The information you supply will be used to determine your service classification. A complete description of all service classifications and their terms are listed in RG&E’s Gas and Electric Tariffs, which are available for inspection at any RG&E office as well as on RG&E's website (www.rge.com ). ELECTRIC SERVICE Will consumption be similar to prior customer? Requested Effective Date: __________ Yes, same service classification as prior. No. Has Electric Service Request Form been completed? Yes No Contact RG&E Marketing and Sales Department at (585) 771-6040 for an Electric Service Request Form. Requested Effective Date: __________ Yes, same service classification as prior. No. Has Gas Service Request Form been completed? Yes No Contact RG&E Marketing and Sales Department at (585) 771-6040 for Gas Service Request Form. Requested Effective Date: __________

AREA LIGHTING GAS SERVICE Will consumption be similar to prior customer?

OTHER SERVICE

Facility Relocation (Describe) ____________________________________________________________________________ Disconnect / Reconnect Other (specify) ________________________________________________________________________________________

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 GENERAL INFORMATION 7. FORMS (Cont d) B. GENERAL SERVICE APPLICATION FORM
NON-RESIDENTIAL SERVICE AGREEMENT
CONNECTION / OTHER CHARGES (Completed by RG&E) Electric Connection Charge Gas Connection Charge Other Service Charge Sales Tax @ __0___% TOTAL Remarks $ $ $ $ $ Attach payment with application

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DEPOSIT REQUEST (Completed by RG&E) INSTRUCTIONS: RG&E completes this section to determine deposit requirement. Is a deposit required? Yes, in the amount $_____________ Attach payment with this application.

No, (Specify reason) _________________________________________________________________________________ RG&E will also accept deposit alternatives, such as a bank irrevocable letter of credit or a surety bond. The terms and conditions upon which consumer s deposits are collected, held, and refunded are explained in RG&Es Tariffs and a brochure explaining customer s rights and responsibilities. (See attachment for RG&E's Deposit Policy) SERVICE CLASSIFICATION (Completed by RG&E) Service will be billed under the Account(s) and Service Classification (SC) Number(s) listed below. If different service addresses, then complete and sign the attached Blanket Addendum. Service Type = (E)lectric or (G)as Effective Date Account # Class = Service Classification (e.g., 1, 2, 3, etc.) Service Address Supply Service = (R) RG&E Supply, or (E)ESCO Supply Meter # Service Type/Class Supply Service (R or E)

REMARKS / SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Completed by RG&E)

SIGNATURE (Completed by Applicant) APPLICANT: I have accurately completed this application to the best of my knowledge and ability. I agree to comply with all the applicable provisions of RG&E s Tariffs and agree to pay for the charges under the appropriate service classification(s) as determined by this application. By signing below, I am accepting responsibility for all usage on the meter assigned to the stated address. For multi-metered buildings, RG&E recommends that I verify the accuracy of the wiring connected to my electric meter through a licensed electrician; and/or that I verify the accuracy of the gas fuel line piping through a qualified heating/plumbing contractor. Applicant Name (Print) Applicant Title Applicant Signature Date

RG&E Name (Print) RG&E Signature

Date

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2005 GENERAL INFORMATION 7. FORMS (Cont’d)

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Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 7. FORMS (Cont’d)

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C. ELECTRIC LINE EXTENSION AGREEMENT FORM
ROCHESTER GAS & ELECTRIC CORPORATION Line Extension Agreement District Applicant's Name The applicant hereby requests an electric line extension located at in the of County of Extension Number Date _______

A surcharge is a monthly repayment with interest of the costs for the installation, materials and right-of-way acquisition costs for line extension and may include any costs for your service line. This payment is in addition to your monthly bill for service. The surcharge lasts for ten years. If new customers take service from this extension the surcharge will be recalculated to include the additional customers and your monthly payment adjusted. If you sell this residence, the remaining surcharge will be collected from the new owner and any refunds will be made to that new owner. Prior to the start of construction you may elect to make a lump-sum prepayment in lieu of the surcharge; the amount is listed below. In the future, if you wish, you may also make a lump-sum payment to end the surcharge. The applicant agrees to: 1. Grant RG&E free of cost satisfactory permits, right-of-ways and easements for tree trimming and for the construction, maintenance and operation of the electric line and facilities through, upon, under and along the applicant's property. 2. Sign RG&E’s application for service, use service as soon as it is available, be a permanent customer and pay for service at the regular rates as filed in RG&E’s Electric Tariff. 3. Pay either a monthly surcharge or lump sum payment for the costs of any right-of-way, easement, permit, distribution cost (in excess of any allowances) and service line cost (in excess of any allowances). The terms of the lump sum payment or surcharge are detailed in RG&E’s Electric Tariff. If the applicant qualifies and elects a surcharge, this surcharge will continue even if the property is sold. The remaining surcharge will be collected from any subsequent owners of the property. THE APPLICANT HEREBY AGREES TO INFORM ALL PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS OF THIS PROPERTY PRIOR TO PURCHASE THAT A UTILITY SURCHARGE IS IN EFFECT. Feet Cost %Shared Cost Distribution Line Cost (Exclusive) Distribution Line Cost (Shared) Distribution Line Cost (Shared) Distribution Line Cost (Shared) Service Line Cost. Total Cost of Facilities (Lump Sum Amount) Surcharge Calculation. Total Cost of Facilities $ The Applicant will pay: Lump Sum [ ], or Surcharge [ ]. Deposit Amount $ The applicant understands that the line(s) will not be built until all applicants have signed for service from the extension, all easements or rightsof-way granted, permits obtained, and the applicant’s premises properly wired and inspected by the appropriate agency. Applicant Signature Received By RGE& Date Date x = $ $ x Interest Factor = Monthly ten-year surcharge amount. $ $ $ $ x x x x % = % = % = % = $ $ $ $ $

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 7. FORMS (Cont’d) D.

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UNDERGROUND RESIDENTIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM APPLICATION FORM
APPLICATION FOR UNDERGROUND RESIDENTIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

THE UNDERSIGNED, (hereafter called “Applicant”) hereby applies to ROCHESTER GAS AND ELECTRIC CORPORATION (hereinafter called “Company”) to have Company furnish an underground electric distribution system for permanent residential service in:

situated in the

of

, County of

.

Upon acceptance of this application, COMPANY AGREES to: 1. 2. 3. Install, own, operate and maintain underground electric distribution lines of sufficient capacity to provide safe and adequate permanent electric service. Install such appurtenant devices, equipment and materials as shall in the judgement of Company be safe, adequate and appropriate. Notify the telephone and cable television companies of the execution and receipt of this application for an underground distribution system.

The APPLICANT AGREES that before Company shall be obligated to make such installations, Applicant shall: 1. 2. Grant to Company permanent easement or rights of way in accordance with the provisions of Rule 3.A(4) of Company’s “Schedule for Electric Service.” Clear the easement areas of all brush, tree stumps and other obstructions to construction; grade within six inches (6”) of final grade in a manner acceptable to Company; maintain during development of the subdivision such clearance and grading; and place and maintain stakes indicating grade, property lines and the location of all underground facilities. Install all culverts and sewer, water and drainage facilities including any lateral lines thereof which may be located within or extend across Company’s easement. Said easement shall be kept clear of water valves, sewer cleanouts or similar appurtenances. Furnish a map approved by the appropriate municipal planning board or other governmental body having jurisdiction or a survey map certified by a licensed professional engineer or land surveyor and certified by Applicant as final, showing the location of each lot, roadway, sidewalk, curb/gutter/culvert, and grade and setback lines. Applicant shall also furnish map(s) showing the locations of all other existing and proposed underground facilities as soon as the location of such facilities is known. Arrange with the telephone and cable television companies for any communication or cable television system. If required by Company, make a deposit in accordance with the provisions of Rule 3.J.(2)(b) of Company’s “Schedule for Electric Service.” Properly fill out an Application for Service acceptable to Company and otherwise comply with Company’s “Schedule for Electric Service.” Pay a lump sum charge to cover the Applicant's contribution to the cost of the Distribution system in excess of the required footage allowance in accordance with Rule 3.J.(2)(a) of the Company's "Schedule for Electric Service." -1-

3. 4.

5. 6. 7. 8.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 7. FORMS (Cont’d) D.

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UNDERGROUND RESIDENTIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM APPLICATION FORM (Cont’d)

THE APPLICANT SHALL ALSO: 1. 2. Upon demand, reimburse Company for costs incurred in the installation, replacement or relocation or Company facilities caused by subsequent changes in Applicant’s plans, if any. Provide the trenching and back filling for road crossings where, prior to the scheduled commencement of construction of the electric distribution system, the applicant requests the installation of road crossings or has installed the road binder and/or curbs.

IT IS MUTUALLY AGREED THAT: 1. Applicant shall make a contribution of $ , plus sales tax, calculated in accordance with the appropriate provisions of the Company's "Schedule for Electric Service", for the installation of the underground electric distribution lines. In accordance with the Rule 3.B(1) of the Company’s “Schedule for Electric Service”, if the actual length of distribution line per dwelling unit (“actual footage”) is less than the minimum allowance prescribed by the Public Service Commission (“allowance”), the Company will, as each service lateral is energized, pay to the Applicant an amount equal to the cost per foot of furnishing and installing a service lateral times the smaller of: (a) the difference between the allowance and the actual footage, or (b) the actual length of the service lateral. The Applicant will install service laterals in accordance with the Company’s specifications and have such installation approved in accordance with Rule 2.C of the Company's "Schedule for Electric Service". The Company will connect service laterals to the distribution system. The provisions of this agreement are subject to the rules, regulations and orders of the Public Service Commission, as modified from time to time. The Company will perform all trenching required for installation of its distribution system unless the Applicant opts to perform such trenching by checking the box below. Applicant elects to perform trenching If the Applicant elects to perform the trenching, the provisions of Rule 3.J.(6) of the Company's "Schedule for Electric Service" shall apply. 7. If construction of the underground electric distribution system does not commence within one (1) year of the date of acceptance of this agreement, this agreement shall be voided, and the Applicant will be required to sign a new agreement.

2.

3. 4. 5. 6.

ACCEPTED:

ROCHESTER GAS AND ELECTRIC CORPORATION
(Applicant’s Name)

By Date

By Date -2-

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 7. E. FORMS (Cont’d)

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MINIMUM INSULATION STANDARDS CERTIFICATE (1) New Residential Construction
Certificate No. Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE Minimum Standard Insulation for New, or for Additions to Existing, One-, Two- or Multi-family Residential Structures

The undersigned certifies that the 1 or 2 family residence multi-family residence

at (Location) is or will be, not later than 30 days after time of occupancy, in compliance with one of the following statute provisions (check one): Part 1:E101.6) Part 3 Part 4 ) ) New York State Energy Conservation Construction Code

Part 5

)

Appendix A, Opinion 77-10, Minimum insulation Standards, New York State Public Service Commission (applies to buildings on which construction began between April 1, 1977 and January 1, 1979).
It is understood that electric and/or gas service will, depending on the applicable circumstances, not be connected, be subject to a 25 percent surcharge on the utility bill until all violations are eliminated, or be disconnected, if, upon inspection the structure is found not to be in compliance with the conditions set forth above.

The undersigned certified that a properly executed copy of this certificate will be delivered to the owner prior to closing and further attests that all statements and representations contained in this certificate are true and accurate.

Date Signature of Builder or Contractor

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 7. FORMS (Cont’d)

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E.

MINIMUM INSULATION STANDARDS CERTIFICATE (Cont’d) (2) Existing Residential Units Converting to Electric or Gas Heat - Owner's Certification
Certificate No.

Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE Minimum Standard Insulation for Existing Residential Units Converting to Electric or Gas Heat

am aware that the Minimum Insulation (owner) Standards for Dwellings Converting to Gas or Electric Space Heat require my house to have storm doors, storm windows, and at least R-19 (usually six inches) roof insulation. I certify that my building at
(Location) meets those requirements, or that I have obtained a waiver, and I understand that should my building be found not in compliance, a 15 percent surcharge on my utility bill may be imposed or electric or gas service may be discontinued. The undersigned attests that all statements and representations contained in this certificate are true and accurate.

I

Signature of Owner

Date Address

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 7. FORMS (Cont’d)

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MINIMUM INSULATION STANDARDS CERTIFICATE (Cont’d) (3) Existing Residential Units Converting to Electric or Gas Heat - Contractor or Utility Certification
Certificate No.

Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE Minimum Standard Insulation for Existing Residential Units Converting to Electric or Gas Heat

I have inspected the building at (Location) owned by and certify that it meets the requirements of (Owner) the Minimum Insulation Standards for Dwellings Converting to Gas or Electric Space Heat. The undersigned certifies that a properly executed copy of this certificate will be delivered to the owner and further attests that all statements and representations contained in this certificate are true and accurate.

Date

Signature of Contractor or Utility Representative

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 7. F. FORMS (Cont’d)

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DEFERRED PAYMENT AGREEMENT Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation 89 East Avenue, Rochester, New York 14649 Nonresidential (General Service) Payment Agreement

Customer Name: Service Address:

Account Number: Telephone Number:

There is an outstanding balance owed to RG&E for the above account number by the customer. The amount consists of the following: Outstanding Balance Due: Deposit Amount Due: TOTAL BALANCE OWED: $ $ $

The outstanding balance may include amounts not included in the amount shown on the Final Termination Notice. In consideration of the Company’s agreement to continue to supply gas/electric service to the Customer at the above address, the Customer agrees to pay the arrears owing in accordance with the following: The current bill and all future bills are to be paid by the last day to pay shown on the bill.

Payment of Outstanding Balance: A down payment of $ The remaining balance of $ $
$

is to be received by is to be paid as follows: starting on
starting on .

a week on each
every two weeks on each

$

a month beginning with the last day to pay date on your bill. is to be received by installments of $ The first installment is to be received by starting on . . If all payments are , of each month

Payment of Deposit: A down payment of $ The deposit balance is to be paid in

made on time, the deposit installment will be completed on

Late payment charges are assessed on the past due balance at a rate of 1.5% monthly, which is an annual rate of 18%. The late payment charge will be assessed after the last day to pay date on your monthly bill. If the agreement is kept, $ per month will e applied to the outstanding balance. The balance will be paid in months. The total late payment charges are estimated to be $ The total amount of late payment charges may be greater or less depending on when payments are received. The agreement may not be changed or modified except in writing, signed by both parties. If payments are not received as agreed upon, you may receive an immediate Termination Notice. This form must be returned along with the down payment, no later than . You may contact the Public Service Commission to assure that this agreement is in conformance with 16 NYCRR Part 13. they have a toll free number for your

convenience: 1-800-342-3377
Company Representative – Date Customer Representative - Date

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2005 GENERAL INFORMATION 7. FORMS (Cont’d) F. DEFERRED PAYMENT AGREEMENT

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Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation 89 East Avenue, Rochester, New York 14649 Residential Payment Agreement
Customer Name: Service Address: The total amount owed to RG&E for this account as of Account Number: Telephone Number: is $ .

RG&E is required to offer a payment agreement that you are able to pay considering your financial circumstances. This agreement should not be signed if you are not able to keep the terms. Alternate terms may be available if you can demonstrate financial need. This means no down payment and payments as low as $10 per month above your current bills. Also, assistance to pay utility bills may be available to recipients of public assistance or supplemental security income from your local social services office. If you sign and return this form, along with the down payment by , you will be entering into a payment agreement and by doing so avoid service termination. This agreement may be changed if your financial circumstances change significantly because of conditions beyond your control. If after entering into this agreement, you fail to comply with the terms, RG&E will send you a Final Termination Notice and may discontinue service. If you are unable to pay these terms, if further assistance is needed, or if you wish to discuss this agreement please call RG&E at 1-877-266-3492. All future bills are to be paid by the last day to pay shown on the bill.

Payment of Outstanding Balance:

A down payment of $ is to be received by . In addition to the current bill and late charge the remaining balance is to be paid as follows: $ is to be received by of each starting on .

Payment of Deposit: A first payment of $ is to be received by The deposit balance is to be paid as follows: $ is to be received by of each .

starting on

.

Late payment charges are assessed on the past due balance at a rate of 1.5% monthly, which is an annual rate of 18%. Late payment charges will be assessed after the last day to pay date on your monthly bill. Late payment charges are part of the current bill. The total late payment charges are estimated to be .

You have the right to be placed on our Budget Billing Program immediately. The Budget allows you to make equal monthly payments for your bill. Call 1-877-266-3492 for information or, if you wish to enroll check the box below. Yes! I would like Budget Billing [ ]. Acceptance Agreement:
Customer Signature Date RE&E Representative Date

Name (Print)

Name (Print)

You may contact the Public Service Commission, if any further assistance is needed. They have a toll free number for your convenience 1-800-342-3355.

Return one copy of this agreement signed, with the down payment, by your service may be terminated.

. If it is not signed and returned

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 8.

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CUSTOMER INQUIRIES AND COMPLAINTS

A.

Any complaint filed with the Company regarding disputed bills, charges or deposits will be promptly investigated in accordance with the procedures and form of notice required by the Public Service Commission rules contained in the applicable section of 16 NYCRR Sections 11.20, 13.15 and Part 143. The Company will not discontinue service regarding a disputed bill or deposit until it has complied with said Commission rules. Copies of the Company’s complaint handling procedures and form of notice are on file with the Commission and are available to the public upon request at Company offices where application for service may be made.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 9.

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INTEREST ON CUSTOMER OVERPAYMENTS

A.

The Company shall provide interest on customer overpayments in accordance with 16 NYCRR 145. A customer overpayment is defined as payment by the customer to the Company in excess of the correct charge for electric service supplied to the customer which was caused by erroneous billing by the Company. The rate of interest on customer overpayments shall be the greater of the unadjusted customer deposit rate specified by the Commission or the applicable late payment rate, if any, for the service classification of the customer. Interest shall be paid from the date when the customer over- payment was made, adjusted for any changes in the deposit rate or late payment rate, and compounded monthly, until the date when the overpayment was refunded. The Company shall be required to pay interest on any customer refunds that occurred on or after March 20, 1984, except where customer overpayments are refunded within 30 days after such overpayment was received by the Company.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 28, 2010

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10. DISTRIBUTED GENERATION INTERCONNECTION REQUIREMSNTS Applicable to any customer installing a Distributed Generation (DG) unit with a nameplate rating of 2 MW or less, or Farm Waste Generator rated 1000 kW or less, connected in parallel with RG&E’s utility distribution system. These requirements are not applicable to a DG unit which is not connected to RG&E’s distribution grid. Compliance with all other tariff provisions applicable to the Customer is required. The Standardize Interconnection Requirements (SIR), including the standard applications and contracts, are set forth in the SIR Addendum to this tariff.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 121 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case No. 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 122 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 123 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 124 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 125 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 126 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 127 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 128 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 3 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 129 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 130 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 131 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 132 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 133 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 134 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 135 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 136 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 137 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 138 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 139 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 140 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 141 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 142 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 143 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 144 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 145 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 146 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 147 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 3 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 148 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 149 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 150 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 151 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 152 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 153 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 154 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 155 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 156 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 157 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 158 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 159 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 160 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 31, 2004 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case 02-E-1282, issued and effective November 17, 2004.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.1 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL A. Introduction: 1. This Section contains the terms and conditions pertaining to General Retail Access under the multi-retailer model. All transmission service within New York State is obtained through the New York Independent System Operator ("NYISO") pursuant to the NYISO Tariffs. This General Retail Access tariff may be revised, modified, clarified, supplemented, amended or superseded as may be necessary as a result of the NYISO Tariffs. RG&E may seek to revise the terms and conditions of the tariff, the Electric Supplier Manual and the Operating Agreement (including any pricing terms) as necessary to comply with the requirements of the NYISO Tariffs.

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B. Definitions and Abbreviations: Definitions for terms and abbreviations pertaining to General Retail Access can be found in Rule 1, Definitions and Abbreviations, of this Tariff. C. Customer Participation: 1. Eligibility Requirements: Eligibility to participate in General Retail Access - Multi-Retailer Model is open to all customers subject to the following: (a) Customers whose entire load is served under RG&E s Service Classification No. 10 may be eligible for retail access after their contracts expire, unless their contracts with RG&E permit such customer to become eligible earlier. Upon expiration of such contracts, customers may be eligible to select any Supply Service Option in accordance with Section 12, Supply Service Options. (b) Customers who receive a portion of their Electric Power Supply from NYPA (PFJ), with Standard Load (nonNYPA load) shall be permitted to take General Retail Access service for their Standard Load. (c) The following customer eligibility requirements also apply: i. A Customer, whose Electric Power Supply and delivery would otherwise be provided by RG&E, under S.C. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, or 14; may arrange for Electric Power Supply only from an ESCO that meets the requirements set forth herein. A Customer may select only one ESCO at a time per customer account per utility type, regardless of the number of service points.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.2 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.3 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd) 2. Customer Information - Current

All information to be furnished by RG&E will be provided electronically via EDI to ESCOs/DCs when the data is acceptable to RG&E for the purposes of billing its Customers for service provided by RG&E. Where estimated meter readings are used, the estimated usage must be provided to ESCOs/DCs when the data is acceptable by RG&E to bill its Customers for service provided by RG&E. All subsequent changes or corrections and adjustments to previously supplied data will be made available to the ESCOs/DCs when the data is acceptable to be used for its Customers. 3. Historical & Current Information Available Free of Charge: For usage & billing information, RG&E will provide up to 24 months of the most recent historic usage and billing information, except as provided for in paragraph 4 below. For credit information, RG&E will provide information on whether the Customer had late payments and/or disconnections due to non-payment during the immediately preceding 24 months or life of the account, whichever is shorter. 4. Charges for Customer Information: For historical usage and billing information and credit informationsee UBP Addendum, Section 4.E.. Should a Customer and/or its designee request historical usage and billing information for more than 24 consecutive months, RG&E will provide this information (if available) for a fee of $15 for each additional twelve (12) month period or portion thereof. Should a Customer or its authorized designee request historical interval data, in special customized formats, a fee will apply. Detailed interval data for an account, if available, will be provided at a fee of $40 per meter, per request, for data up to 24 months. For credit information, a $15 fee will be charged for credit information beyond the twenty four (24) month period. The fees detailed in this section shall be payable by the requestor. Information not identified in this paragraph shall be supplied, if available, at RG&E’s incremental cost. All information will be provided via a non-EDI method. RG&E reserves the right not to be required to provide data in any special customized format. 5. Sending Customer Information: Usage information will be sent to the requestor via EDI. ESCOs will be required to obtain and retain proper customer authorization for such information. Credit information will be mailed to the Customer's address unless RG&E receives the proper written customer authorization from the ESCO, in which case it will be provided to the ESCO. 6. Confidentiality: The ESCO must keep confidential any customer information (usage and billing and credit information) obtained from RG&E. This information shall not be disclosed to any party, unless otherwise authorized by the Customer in writing. All other customer information, such as account numbers (and any passwords used, if applicable), telephone numbers and service addresses, shall also be kept confidential and not disclosed to others, unless otherwise authorized in writing by the Customer.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.4 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd) RG&E will not disclose a customer's usage and billing and credit information to an ESCO unless the Customer has notified RG&E, in writing, that such information may be disclosed. 7. Changes in Supplier:

(a) Voluntary Switch Back to RG&E Service: If a Customer voluntarily chooses to switch back to RG&E service for Electric Power Supply, such Customer must notify RG&E at least fifteen (15) calendar days before the Customer’s next scheduled meter reading date or a requested Special Meter Reading date. (b) Involuntary Switch: An involuntary switch is a process or situation where a Customer’s ESCO is changed from one provider e.g., ESCO or utility, to another without the Customer’s authorization. An involuntary switch that is not in accord with the “Discontinuance of Service” provision set forth in the UBP Addendum, Section 2.F, is referred to as “slamming.” Examples of involuntary switches include, but are not limited to, situations where a customer returns to RG&E service as a result of an ESCO’s failure to deliver, the ESCO going out of business, or the termination of the ESCO’s participation in RG&E’s General Retail Access.

(c) Special Meter Reading Fees: A $20 fee per customer location, per meter, per read attempt, will be charged to the party requesting a Special Meter Reading. A Special Meter Reading is a meter reading performed on a date other than the customer's regularly scheduled meter reading date. Requests for Special Meter Reading dates must be made not less than fifteen (15) calendar days in advance of the requested meter reading date. (d) Budget Billing Adjustments: RG&E Budget Billings reflect only delivery charges and may be adjusted at the switch dates or as required to reflect changes in RG&E’s service and, if adjusted, shall be reflected in the Customer’s next bill.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.5 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.6 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.7 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd) 8. Metering: (a) The metering requirements set forth in this Schedule apply here. Customers will continue to use existing meters. (b) A Customer that does not take service under an economic incentive provision that requests a meter other than that provided by the Company, commensurate with the Customer's Service Classification, is subject to the additional requirements set forth in this Schedule. Meter upgrades, subject to the availability of equipment, will be installed and operated by RG&E at the Customer's expense. (c) RG&E will continue to own, install, maintain, and read Customers' meters for billing purposes, with the exception of large commercial and industrial time-of-use customers who have the option of owning a Commission-approved meter as set forth in this Schedule, with RG&E retaining sole control of that meter. Eligible large commercial and industrial timeof-use customers, or their designees, shall be allowed to receive meter data on a real-time or other basis, without incurring a fee, provided that such customers install and maintain, at their own expense, the necessary ancillary equipment required to receive such data. Such access may require the installation by RG&E of a different type of meter/recorder that will allow multiple access, with the cost responsibility of such meter/recorder and installation to be borne by the customer and with RG&E retaining sole control of the meter and responsibility for the installation and maintenance of the meter and compliance with applicable Commission regulations. A schedule of meter upgrade charges shall be provided by RG&E upon the request of the Customer or its authorized designee. RG&E maintains a schedule of meter upgrade charges that covers standard metering options, and such schedule is available upon request. (d) RG&E will perform meter readings in accordance with established reading cycles and current practices, and provide relevant meter reading information to the ESCO. Information provided to an ESCO may be used solely by the ESCO for the purpose of billing the Customer. (e) Customers and ESCOs should be aware of Automated Meter Reading services, meter ownership, and Competitive Metering options, as can be found in this tariff at Rule 3.E(2) and Addendum No. 1. 9. Billing: (a) Except as specified in Rule 11.I. of this Schedule, Consolidated Billing and Payment Processing, RG&E will bill a Customer only for the delivery of Electric Power Supply and other services provided by RG&E. The ESCO is responsible for billing its Customer for the Electric Power Supply and other services the ESCO provides to the Customer.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.8 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd) C. 9. Customer Participation (Cont d) Billing (Cont d)

(a) The RG&E bill will be issued to a Customer in accordance with established billing cycles and practices applicable to such Customer. (b) A DC or the ESCO acting as an agent for Customers, is responsible for 1) obtaining and scheduling Electric Power Supply with the NYISO, and (2) complying with the provisions herein relating to Operational Issues (Scheduling, Balancing and Settlement) as specified in Rule 11.D.3 of this Schedule, with respect to its or a Customer s Electric Power Supply requirements.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.8.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd) C. Customer Participation (Cont d)

10. Customer s Agent: Participation by a Customer in General Retail Access shall be deemed an election by such customer for the ESCO selected by the Customer, to act as such customer's agent and attorney-in-fact for all matters relating to acquisition of Electric Power Supply, power scheduling, and transmission service (including, but not limited to, designation by such customer's ESCO or another ESCO to take responsibility for Operational Issues (Scheduling, Balancing and Settlement)), and Customers shall be bound by any determinations, decisions, understandings or agreements reached by such ESCO with respect to Operational Issues (Scheduling, Balancing and Settlement).

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.9 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd) C. Customer Participation (Cont d) 11. Provider of Last Resort ("POLR"): (a) RG&E will be the POLR for those customers: (i) for whom competition is not a viable option, (ii) who choose not to participate in retail access, (iii) who terminate their agreements with an ESCO and fail to designate a substitute ESCO, (iv) who are acting as a DC, or (v) who are impacted by an ESCO s discontinuance of service. (b) As a POLR, RG&E will: i. Accept customers, subject to Commission consumer protection rules, and provide related customer services; ii. Obtain and deliver Electric Power Supply for such customers, consistent with the then-current NYISO Tariffs and retail tariffs; and iii. Provide for any programs, as approved by the Commission to assist low-income customers. D. ESCO/DC Participation: 1. Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible to participate in General Retail Access, an ESCO/DC must meet the requirements specified in the UBP Addendum. 2. ESCO/DC Requirements: (a) ESCOs and DCs must sign and deliver to RG&E an Operating Agreement. (b) Scheduling of Deliveries: The ESCO is responsible for meeting the scheduling requirements of the NYISO as specified in the NYISO Transmission Tariffs and any applicable NYISO operating manuals. Electric Power Supply is defined as the electricity required to meet the Customer s needs, including energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy, Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, Ancillary Services, NTAC. The ESCO shall provide a copy of all schedules required by the NYISO to the Company in accordance with the Company s Electric Supplier Manual. It is the responsibility of the ESCO to schedule enough energy to account for the losses and UFE on the Company s distribution system. All retail load will be categorized by the Company as primary or secondary load. Primary load applies to Customers taking service above 600 volts. Secondary load applies to Customers taking service at 600 volts or less. The Company will notify the ESCO of the category applicable to each Customer s load. The loss factors are: Primary Load: 4.68% Secondary Load: 6.48% (c) ESCOs must provide Home Energy Fair Practices Act (HEFPA) protections to residential customers, in compliance with the Commission s Order Relating to Implementation of Chapter 686 of the Laws of 2003 and ProRation of Consolidated Bills , Case Nos. 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0017, issued June 20, 2003, together with the rules and regulations implementing the same, as may be revised, modified, amended, clarified, supplemented or superseded. Further information is available at the New York Public Service Commission s website(http://www.dps.state.ny.us/hefpa.htm).

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.10 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.11 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd)

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.12 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd)

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.13 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.14 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.15 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd)

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.16 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
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Leaf No. 160.17 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd)

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
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Leaf No. 160.18 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd)

D.

ESCO/DC Participation (Cont d) 3. Operational Issues (Scheduling, Balancing and Settlement): (a) The following applies to scheduling, balancing and settlement with the NYISO: i. ESCOs/DCs will schedule Electric Power Supply directly with the NYISO. ii. RG&E will calculate customer load including RG&E System Losses and UFE, by hour and combine accounts by ESCO/DC. iii. RG&E will communicate the hourly load calculations to the NYISO, in accordance with the NYISO s Billing Schedule requirements for true-ups. iv. The NYISO will balance those hourly load calculations with the ESCO/DC bulk power deliveries, price the imbalance, and invoice or credit the ESCO/DC for the cost of the imbalance. v. The NYISO will apply any additional applicable charges, as appropriate.

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.19 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd)

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.20 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd)

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.21 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd)

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.22 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd)

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PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 19, 2004 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.23 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Issued in compliance with orders in Case 98-M-1343 dated Nov. 21, 2003 and Cases 99-M-0631 and 03-M-0117 dated Dec. 19, 2003

11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd) E. Indemnity, Limitation on Liability, and Force Majeure: 1. Indemnification: ESCO and DC, as applicable, agree to indemnify, defend and save harmless RG&E from and against any and all liabilities, losses, damages, costs, expenses, causes of action, suits, judgments and claims, including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys fees and the costs of investigation, (collectively "claims"), in connection with any action, suit or proceeding by or on behalf of any person, firm, corporation or other entity arising from, caused by or relating to the (i) curtailment or interruption of services to the ESCO or its Customers, or a DC, as applicable, due to causes beyond the control of RG&E (including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, executive or administrative rules or orders issued from time to time by State or Federal officers, commissions, boards or bodies having jurisdiction) or (ii) interruption, irregularity, failure or defective character of services to the ESCO, its Customers, or a DC, as applicable, due to causes beyond the control of RG&E (including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, executive or administrative rules or orders issued from time to time by State or Federal officers, commissions, boards or bodies having jurisdiction) or (iii) failure by ESCO or DC, as applicable, to perform any of the agreements, terms, covenants or conditions of General Retail Access to be performed by ESCO or DC, as applicable, or (iv) failure of ESCO to perform any agreement between ESCO and its Customers.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 160.24 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2004 Superseding Revision: Issued under the authority of the PSC in Case Nos. 02-E-0198 and 02-G-0199, issued and effective March 7, 2003 GENERAL INFORMATION 11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd) 2. Limitation on Liability: RG&E will endeavor at all times to provide regular and uninterrupted service to the ESCO, its Customers, or a DC, as applicable, but in case the service shall be interrupted or irregular or defective or shall fail, from causes beyond the control of RG&E (including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, executive or administrative rules or orders issued from time to time by State or Federal officers, commissions, boards, or bodies having jurisdiction) or because of the ordinary negligence of RG&E or its employees, servants or agents, RG&E shall not be liable to the ESCO, its Customers, or a DC, as applicable, therefor. Compliance with directives of the NYISO shall, without limitation by reason of specification, constitute a circumstance beyond the control of RG&E for which RG&E shall not be liable; provided, however, that RG&E shall not be absolved from any liability to which it may otherwise be subject for gross negligence or intentional wrongdoing in the manner in which it carries out the NYISO instructions. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, RG&E may, without liability therefor, interrupt, reduce or impair service to any ESCO, its Customers, or the DC, in the event of an emergency threatening the integrity of RG&E’s system, or any other systems with which it is directly or indirectly interconnected, if in RG&E’s sole judgment or that of the NYISO, such action will prevent, alleviate or reduce the emergency condition, for such period of time as RG&E or the NYISO deems necessary. ESCOs serving Customers who require service which is uninterrupted, unreduced or unimpaired on a continuous basis should ensure that the Customers provide their own emergency or back-up capability. RG&E shall not be liable for any special, incidental, indirect, exemplary, punitive or consequential damages, including, but not limited to, lost profits, purchased power costs, or amounts owed by a DC or a Customer to its ESCO, suffered by an ESCO, its Customers, or a DC or to any other persons or entities caused by, arising from or related to the performance of or failure to perform any of the services or obligations of RG&E under General Retail Access as set forth in RG&E’s tariff or the Electric Supplier Manual, even if RG&E has been advised of the possibility of such damages. 3. Force Majeure: RG&E and the ESCO/DC shall use due diligence in performing their obligations under this Tariff. Neither party shall be liable to the other in damages for any act, omission, occurrence, failure or delay of performance, damage, loss, injury or expense caused by any act of God, strike, lockout, act of the public enemy, act of terror, insurrection, civil unrest, war, blockade, riot, epidemic, landslide, extraordinary lightning, earthquake, fire, volcanic activity, extraordinary storm, flood, washout, explosion, accidental damage to or destruction of transmission or distribution facilities, equipment or machinery or electric lines or wires, or the seizure or appropriation of facilities or electricity by any governmental authority of competent jurisdiction or any other binding order of any court or public authority that the party has resisted by all reasonable legal means, or any other cause not reasonably within the control of the party asserting force majeure , and which such party is unable by the exercise of due diligence to avoid, prevent or overcome. A party’s failure to avert or to settle a strike or other labor dispute shall not be deemed, within the meaning of this Rule, a matter reasonably within that party’s control. Financial loss or other economic hardship shall in no event constitute force majeure hereunder.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 160.25 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 7 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 5 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010. GENERAL INFORMATION 11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd) F. Consolidated Billing and Payment Processing 1. Description:
A Customer may elect Consolidated Billing and Payment Processing if offered by its ESCO, consistent with the Commission’s Order Establishing Uniform Retail Access Billing and Payment Processing Practices, Case Nos. 99-M-0631 and 98-M-1343, issued May 18, 2001, as the same may be revised, modified, amended, clarified, supplemented or superseded. Further information is available at the New York Public Service Commission’s website (http://www.dps.state.ny.us/ubr.htm). Company specific terms and conditions regarding Consolidated Billing and Payment Processing are detailed in the Billing Services Agreement and Electric Supplier Manual.

2. Customer Eligibility:
Customers taking service under this Schedule, Service Classification Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, or 14; or P.S.C. No. 18 - Electricity, and not on summary billing, may elect a Consolidated Billing and Payment Processing option, consistent with the above-referenced PSC Order. Customers whose accounts are on summary billing must elect the dual billing option, as described in Rule 11.D.8.

3. Bill Issuance Charge:
A Customer electing Consolidated Billing and Payment Processing pursuant to this Section will not be billed the monthly Bill Issuance Charge for the electric and/or gas service for which Consolidated Billing and Payment Processing has been elected. All other customers receiving electric, gas, or combination service will be billed one Bill Issuance Charge per bill.

4. Bill Processing Charges:
ESCOs will be assessed a bill processing charge of $0.95 per bill for a Company rendered consolidated bill for those customer with electric-only or gas-only service. ESCOs will be assessed a bill processing charge of $0.48 for electric service and $0.47 for gas service for a Company rendered consolidated bill for those customers with a combination of electric and gas service.

5. Purchase of ESCO Accounts Receivable Program (POR):
(a) ESCOs that elect the Company’s consolidated billing option for all or a portion of their customers will be required to sell their accounts receivable for such customers to RG&E under the terms of the POR. ESCOs continue to have the right to issue their own bill using dual billing for all or a portion of their customers. Such ESCOs will be precluded from participating in the POR for customers receiving dual billing. (b) The POR obviates the need for RG&E to prorate partial customer payments among ESCOs that are participating in the POR.

6. Account Separation Fee
In accordance with Section 9.C.4 of the UBP addendum to this schedule, an ESCO desiring to issue the Consolidated Bill for a customer with a Combination Account may request the Company to establish a separate account for the electric or gas service to be supplied by the ESCO. A fee of $5.00 will be charged to the ESCO requesting establishment of a separate electric or gas account.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 160.25.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued under in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 GENERAL INFORMATION 11. GENERAL RETAIL ACCESS - MULTI-RETAILER MODEL (Cont'd) G. Purchase of ESCO Accounts Receivable Program (POR) In accordance with the Joint Proposal on Purchase of Accounts Receivable dated August 20, 2004 in Cases 03-E0765 and 03-G-0766, and as amended with the Joint Proposal dated July 14, 2010 in Cases 09-E-0715, 09-G-0716, 09-E-0717, and 09-G-0718. RG&E will purchase accounts receivable at a discount and without recourse for commodity sales by ESCOs that provide commodity service in RG&E's territory. Eligibility Requirements: ESCOs that elect the Company’s consolidated billing option for all or a portion of their customers will be required to sell their accounts receivable for such customers to RG&E under the terms of the POR. ESCOs continue to have the right to issue their own bill using dual billing for all or a portion of their customers. Such ESCOs will be precluded from participating in the POR for customers receiving dual billing. Purchase Price: Electric and gas accounts receivable will be purchased at a discount off face value of the ESCO receivable. The discount rate will be sufficient to compensate the Company for its financial risk in purchasing electric and/or gas receivables, including, but not limited to, the level of RG&E's uncollectibles and be comprised of the following components. a) Commodity-related Uncollectible percentage based on total Company uncollectible costs for the most recent available twelve-month period divided by the sum of the total retail, retail access, and purchased ESCO receivables revenue for the same twelve-month period; b) Financial Risk Adder set at 20% of the applicable uncollectible percentage; c) Commodity-related credit and collections and call center percentage. Discount rates will be adjusted each year to reflect RG&E’s most recent twelve-month experience for uncollectible expense. Additionally, the credit and collections and call center allocation included in the discount rate will be reconciled annually, with any under- or over-collections included in the following years discount rate. A POR Discount (DISC) Statement setting forth the electric discount and the gas discount will be filed with the Public Service Commission sixty days prior to the September 1 effective date of each annual update. Payments: Payments to ESCOs will be made, via wire transfer, 20 days after consolidated bills are issued, and will continue throughout the billing cycle. Other Considerations: The POR shall be subject to modifications based upon Commission orders, rules, and regulations applicable to retail access, including, but not limited to, the Uniform Business Practices, proration of customer payments under a single bill, and provisions of Home Energy Fair Practices Act. The POR obviates the need for RG&E to prorate partial customer payments among ESCOs that are participating in the POR. ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 160.26 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 6 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION 12.
A. Supply Service Options RG&E will offer a Retail Access choice and a Non-Retail Access choice, as described below. These Supply Service Options are available to all customers, except as noted. 1. ESCO Supply Service (ESS): This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge ( Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), and a Bill Issuance Charge, if applicable. An ESCO provides Electric Power Supply to the customer.. 2. RG&E Supply Service (RSS): This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (NonBypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B), a Bill Issuance Charge, a fluctuating commodity charge for electricity supplied by RG&E, and a Merchant Function Charge (MFC) as described in Section 12.D. The commodity charge fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC). a. The commodity charge for customers billed at a non-demand metered rate, which includes residential Service Classification Nos. 1, 4, and 6, non-residential Service Classification Nos. 2, 6 and non-demand billed Service Classification Nos. 1, 2, and 3 customers within PSC No. 18 - Street Lighting, will reflect a managed mix of supply resources. The commodity charge for customers billed at a demand metered rates, which includes non-residential Service Classification Nos. 3, 7, 8, and 9 who are not mandatorily participating in Hourly Pricing will reflect the market price of electricity.

SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS

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Hourly Pricing : This choice is for customers billed at a demand metered rates, which includes non-residential Service Classification Nos. 8 and 14. Customers may take service with an ESCO or with RG&E under this choice. a. For customers taking service with an ESCO, such customers will be responsible for fixed charges for RG&E delivery, a Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B), and an incremental meter charge as further described in the applicable Service Classification. For customers taking service with RG&E, such customers will be responsible for fixed charges for RG&E delivery, a Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B), a commodity charge for electricity supply that fluctuates hourly with the market price (including losses, unaccounted for energy, capacity and capacity reserve, and an incremental meter charge as further described in the applicable Service Classification.

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Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge or ["NBC"]) 1. Calculation of the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] ): The Transition Charge is a per kilowatt-hour charge that will recover specific generation and purchased powerrelated costs net of credits for the value of generation and purchased power controlled by the Company.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2012

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GENERAL INFORMATION 12. SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS (Cont’d)

B.

Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge or ["NBC"]) 1. Calculation of the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] ) (Cont’d): The components of the Transition Charge will be set monthly based on a forecast and subject to a monthly true-up for all components based on the actual after-the-fact costs and load subject to the NBC. a. Variable costs of RG&E owned generation b. Transmission-related costs and revenues, c. The value of the output of the RG&E-owned generation d. The net value of NYPA and Ginna purchased power contracts. The net value will be based on a forecast of the output and contract costs, and market prices. e. Monthly payments received by the Company from NYPA under the Recharge New York Residential Consumer Discount Program (New York Public Authorities Law § 1005(13-b)); f. Any remaining over- or under-collections from the Retail Access Surcharge. Effective December 1, 2011, pursuant to the Order in Case 01-E-0011, issued and effective October 26, 2001, the purchased power contract with the new owner of the nuclear generating plant previously coowned by the Company will convert to a Revenue Sharing Agreement (RSA). Any applicable payments received under the RSA for a contract quarter will be refunded to customers beginning in the calendar month following the month in which the payment is received. Such payments will be refunded to customers over three consecutive months. An allowance for carrying charges at the other customer deposit rate in effect at the time of the payment will also be included. All service classes will pay the same charge on a volumetric basis, except residential customer classes who will also receive the benefits, if any, of NYPA purchased power and monthly payments received by the Company from NYPA under the Recharge New York Residential Consumer Discount Program (New York Public Authorities Law § 1005(13-b)), consistent with any RG&E contracts with NYPA for such purchased power and/or monthly payments. All items collected through the NBC will be reconciled and trued-up monthly. The credits or charges related to the reconciliation will be included in a subsequent monthly NBC. 2. Transition Charge (TC) Statement: A Transition Charge (“TC”) Statement setting forth the Transition Charge (NBC) will be filed with the Public Service Commission on not less than one (1) day’s notice.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2012 GENERAL INFORMATION 12. C.

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SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS (Cont’d)

Calculation of the Commodity Charge 1. Non-Demand Metered Customers: S.C. Nos. 1, 2 (Non-Demand),4, 6 and PSC No. 18 Street Lighting The charge for Electric Power Supply provided by RG&E will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components; Energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted For Energy (“UFE”), Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, ancillary services, NTAC, hedge adjustment and a Supply Adjustment Charge. The methodology for calculating the Energy and Capacity components of the charge for Electric Power Supply is as follows: Energy Component: For each day of the customer’s billing cycle, a daily average value of market supply is derived from forward trading market prices of electricity for the region and previous true-ups, weighted to reflect hourly usage based on service classification load profiles for the calendar month and day-type (Weekday, Saturday or Sunday). Separate calculations will be made for each metered time period for the Customer’s individual Service Classification. The daily load weighted market price of energy will be adjusted to reflect losses. These daily average market supply values are used in conjunction with the service classification profile to develop a weighted average value of market supply for each metered time period within the Customer’s specific billing period. The weighted average of market supply is multiplied by the Customer’s metered kWh usage for each metered time period to determine the value of market supply. Capacity Component: The Capacity component is calculated using the market-clearing price of capacity converted to $/kWh as determined from the NYISO’s monthly and spot capacity auctions. The capacity price will also include capacity losses and reserves. The service class profile will be used to determine the customer’s capacity responsibility of state-wide system peak demand. A new capacity responsibility amount will be effective each May 1st. The service class profile contribution to the system peak demand may need to be adjusted for a growth factor. Capacity Charge = UCAP Charge + Demand Curve Reserve Charge UCAP Charge = (UCAPreq * (1 + Reservereq)* Pricemonthlyauc) UCAPreq = The demand for the customer’s service class that occurred at the time of the New York system peak of the prior year, grossed up for losses and a growth factor. Reservereq = Additional reserve requirement as required by NYISO. Pricemonthlyauc = Monthly NYISO auction price. Demand Curve Reserve Charge = (UCAPreq * DemandCurveReservereq)* Pricespotauc) UCAPreq = Described above. DemandCurveReservereq = Allocation of additional capacity requirement as required by the NYISO’s demand curve. Pricespotauc = Monthly NYISO SPOT auction price.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: May 1, 2011

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GENERAL INFORMATION SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS (Cont’d)

Calculation of the Commodity Charge 1. Non-Demand Metered Customers: S.C. Nos. 1, 2 (Non-Demand),4, 6 and PSC No. 18 Street Lighting (Cont’d) Ancillary Services/NYPA Transmission Adjustment Charge (NTAC) Component: The ancillary services/NTAC will be forecasted each month and included in the supply price and subsequently reconciled. Hedge Adjustment: The hedge adjustment will pass through to customers the impact of any hedge position entered into on behalf of such customers. Supply Adjustment Charge Component: Unaccounted for energy and all costs incurred related to supply will be reconciled and recovered or refunded through a subsequent Supply Adjustment Charge incorporated in the supply charge. 2. Non-Hourly Pricing Demand Metered Customers: S.C. Nos. 3, 7, 8, 9 The charge for Electric Power Supply provided by RG&E will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components: Energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy (“UFE”), Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge. The methodology for calculating the Energy and Capacity components of the charge for Electric Power Supply is as follows: Energy Component: For each day of the customer's billing cycle, a daily average value of market supply is derived from the day ahead NYISO posted Locational Based Marginal Prices (LBMP) of electricity for the region weighted to reflect hourly usage based on service classification load profiles for the calendar month and day-type (Weekday, Saturday or Sunday). Separate calculations will be made for each metered time period for the Customer’s individual Service Classification. The daily load weighted market price of energy will be adjusted to reflect losses and Unaccounted For Energy. These daily average market supply values are used in conjunction with the service classification profile to develop a weighted average value of market supply for each metered time period within the Customer's specific billing period. The weighted average value of market supply is multiplied by the Customer's metered kWh usage for each metered time period to determine the value of market supply. Capacity Component: The Capacity component is calculated using the market-clearing price of capacity in $/kWh as determined from the NYISO's monthly capacity auction price. The Capacity Component will be revised in accordance with each monthly UCAP auction held by the NYISO. The capacity price will also include capacity losses and reserves based on the NYISO monthly and spot capacity auctions. . The service class profile will be used to determine the customer’s capacity responsibility of state-wide system peak demand. A new capacity responsibility amount will be effective each May 1st. The service class profile contribution to the system peak demand may need to be adjusted for a growth factor. Capacity Charge = UCAP Charge + Demand Curve Reserve Charge UCAP Charge = (UCAPreq * (1 + Reservereq)* Pricemonthlyauc) UCAPreq = The demand for the customer’s service class that occurred at the time of the New York system peak of the prior year, grossed up for losses and a growth factor. Reservereq = Additional reserve requirement as required by NYISO. Pricemonthlyauc = Monthly NYISO auction price. Demand Curve Reserve Charge = (UCAPreq * DemandCurveReservereq)* Pricespotauc) UCAPreq = Described above. DemandCurveReservereq = Allocation of additional capacity requirement as required by the NYISO’s demand curve. Pricespotauc = Monthly NYISO SPOT auction price. Ancillary Services/NYPA Transmission Adjustment Charge (NTAC) Component: The ancillary services/NTAC will be forecasted each month and included in the supply price and subsequently reconciled. Supply Adjustment Charge Component: All costs incurred related to supply will be reconciled and recovered or refunded through a subsequent Supply Adjustment Charge incorporated in the supply charge.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 12.
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GENERAL INFORMATION SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS (Cont’d)

Non-Hourly Pricing Demand Metered Customers: S.C. Nos. 3, 7, 8, 9 (Cont’d) b. Capacity Component: The Capacity component is calculated using the market-clearing price of capacity in $/kWh as determined from the NYISO's monthly capacity auction price. The Capacity Component will be revised in accordance with each monthly UCAP auction held by the NYISO. The capacity price will also include capacity losses and reserves based on the NYISO monthly and spot capacity auctions. Ancillary Services/NYPA Transmission Adjustment Charge (NTAC) Component: The ancillary services/NTAC will be forecasted each month and included in the supply price and subsequently reconciled. Supply Adjustment Charge Component: All costs incurred related to supply will be reconciled and recovered or refunded through a subsequent Supply Adjustment Charge incorporated in the supply charge.

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Merchant Function Charge (MFC): The MFC will be applicable to only those customers taking supply service from the Company (i.e., RSS and Hourly Pricing) and is set forth in a statement at the end of this Schedule (PSC No. 19 – Electricity). A separate MFC will be calculated for small (SC Nos. 1, 2, 4,and 6 and street lighting) and large (SC Nos. 3, 7, 8 & 9) customers. For Service Classification Nos. 10, 11, and 14, the customer’s otherwise applicable service classification will determine the applicable MFC. 1.) The MFC will include the following rate components as described in the Joint Proposal dated July 14, 2010 in Case Nos. 09-E-0715, 09-G-0716, 09-E-0717, and 09-G-0718. a) Commodity-related Uncollectible Costs b) Commodity-related Credit and Collections and Call Center costs; c) Commodity-related Administrative costs; d) Cash Working Capital on Purchased Power costs, if the New York Independent System Operator moves to weekly billing and e) Cash Working Capital on Commodity Hedge Margin costs. 2.) The MFC components will be updated and reconciled as stated below in accordance with the Joint Proposal dated July 14, 2010 in Case Nos. 09-E-0715, 09-G-0716, 09-E-0717, and 09-G-0718. a) Commodity-related Uncollectible Costs The commodity related uncollectible percentage rate will be reset annually based on the most recent available twelve-month period of actual uncollectibles The commodity-related uncollectible component of the MFC will be calculated each month by multiplying the uncollectible percentage rate for each of the groups described above by the associated monthly electric supply cost. b) Commodity-related Credit and Collections and Call Center costs Any over/under collections related to the credit and collections and call center costs component will be added to any over/under collections related to the credit and collections and call center costs component charged through the POR Administration Charge and POR Discount and reconciled through both the POR Discount and MFC in the subsequent rate year. The unit rate will be reset annually based on recent MFC and POR sales forecasts. c) Commodity-related Administrative costs The Administrative Component will be reconciled annually for differences in actual versus design sales only. The unit rate will be reset annually based on recent sales forecasts.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010
Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010

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SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS (Cont’d)

Merchant Function Charge (MFC) (Cont’d): d) Cash Working Capital on Purchased Power costs If the New York Independent System Operator starts weekly billing, the electric MFC will include a component for Cash Working Capital on Purchase Power. Working Capital on Purchase Power will be calculated based on the Companies’pre-tax rate of return. The Companies will reconcile the Working Capital on Purchased Power to actual applicable costs. This component will be updated annually to reflect actual costs from the most recently available twelve month period and the most recent sales forecast. e) Cash Working Capital on Commodity Hedge Margin costs The cash working capital on Commodity Hedge cost component will be based on the Companies' pre-tax rate of return and will be reconciled to actual costs annually. Additionally, this component will be updated annually to reflect actual costs from the most recently available twelve month period and the most recent sales forecast. Customer Eligibility Criteria 1. Customers Applying for Service: If a customer applying for service has not elected a Supply Service option by the time of billing, RG&E will bill the customer at the appropriate default option as explained in 12.E. When a customer contacts RG&E with their choice, that Supply Service option will be applicable to usage on and after the next regularly-scheduled estimated or actual meter reading date after such contact. Incentive Rate Customers: Customers receiving an Economic Incentive, may select a Supply Service option as specified in the applicable Special Provision for Economic Incentives of the respective service classification. The customer must choose the same Supply Service option for their entire load. Service Classification No. 10 (“SC10”)Contracts: A customer taking service under a special contract, or receiving an incentive or discounted rate which by its terms would preclude eligibility, may not select an electricity supply pricing option. A customer may select an electricity supply service option upon expiration of such contract.. Service Classification No. 12 (“SC12”) Power for Jobs (“PFJ”): Customer who receive a portion of their Electric Power Supply from NYPA (Power for Jobs or “PFJ”), with standard load (non-NYPA load), shall be permitted to take service under any Supply Service option for their Standard Load. The NYPA load will continue to be billed at the appropriate NYPA rate as specified in the Special Provision of Service Classification No. 12. If the NYPA allocation expires or is terminated, the customer will have 30 days to elect a Supply Service option for that load. If the customer does not elect a Supply Service option, the NYPA load will be billed at the appropriate default option. Service Classification No. 14 (“SC14”) Standby Service: A customer taking service under SC14 as an Existing Customer having elected the Phase-In, or as a Designated Technology Customer having elected the one-time exemption (both as defined in SC 14), will be billed at the otherwise applicable service classification (“OASC”) rate. Such customers are eligible for: 1) the RG&E Supply Service (RSS), unless the customer is required to participate in mandatory Hourly Pricing or voluntarily elects Hourly Pricing, or 2) the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). Hourly Pricing: Hourly Pricing is mandatory for certain non-residential demand billed customers in Service Classification Nos. 8 and 14. A customer billed at an Hourly Pricing rate is eligible to select a Supply Service option as defined in Rule 12.A.3.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010
Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010

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GENERAL INFORMATION 12.
F. 1. Default Process Default Process: a. A non-retail access customer as of December 31, 2009, will default to the RG&E Supply Service option (RSS) effective January 1, 2010. A retail access customer as of December 31, 2009, will default to the ESCO Supply Service option (ESS) effective January 1, 2010. If a customer applying for service has not elected a Supply Service option as of December 31, 2009, RG&E will bill the customer under the RG&E Supply Service option or Hourly Pricing, as appropriate.

SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS (Cont’d)

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Temporary Rate Assignment: a. Non-retail access customer switching to retail access: A non-retail access customer who has selected to enroll with an ESCO, but whose first scheduled, estimated or Special Meter Reading date effectuating the switch will not occur until after January 1, 2010, will be billed at the RG&E Supply Service option (RSS) until the customer’s first scheduled, estimated or Special Meter Reading date. After that meter read, usage will be billed at the ESCO Supply Service option (ESS). Retail access customer switching to non-retail access: A retail access customer who has selected to return to RG&E non-retail access service, but whose first scheduled, estimated or Special Meter Reading date effectuating the switch will not occur until after January 1, 2010, will be billed at the ESCO Supply Service option (ESS) until the customer’s first scheduled, estimated or Special Meter Reading date. After that meter read, usage will be billed at the RG&E Supply Service option (RSS).

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Changing Supply Service Options 1. Switching Rules: a. A customer can switch to and from retail access at any time subject to the requirements set forth in the General Information Section 11 General Retail Access – Multi Retailer Model and the Uniform Business Practices, and as detailed below: 1) ESCO Supply Service (ESS) A customer taking service under the ESS option may switch to the RG&E Supply Service (RSS). RG&E Supply Service (RSS) A customer taking service under the RSS may switch to the ESCO Supply Service (ESS) unless otherwise ineligible as described in Rule 12.D. Hourly Pricing A customer mandatorily participating in Hourly Pricing, who is taking service under the ESS option, may only switch to Hourly Pricing with RG&E under the RSS option A customer mandatorily participating in Hourly Pricing, who is taking service under the RSS option, may switch to the ESS option.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 GENERAL INFORMATION 12.
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Changing Supply Service Options (Cont d)

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Process for Changing to a Retail Access Supply Service Option To effectuate the switch to Retail Access, the customer s ESCO must contact RG&E to submit the customer s Retail Access enrollment information as described in General Information Section 11 Retail Access Multi Retailer Model. Upon RG&E s receipt of notice that the customer is enrolling in Retail Access, RG&E will notify the customer of such enrollment by sending the customer a letter.

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Process for Changing to a Non-Retail Access Supply Option A customer that is participating in Retail Access who would like to switch to RG&E for their Electric Power Supply (Non-Retail Access) may do so by first contacting its ESCO to discontinue Retail Access service. Alternatively, a customer may switch to RG&E for its Electric Power Supply by calling RG&E, not less than fifteen (15) calendar days prior to their next scheduled or Special Meter Reading date. Upon RG&E's receipt of the ESCO's notice that the customer is canceling Retail Access, RG&E will notify the customer of such cancellation by sending the customer a letter. The customer will be placed on the RSS option effective with the switch date.

4.

ESCO Discontinuance of Sales to an Individual Customer If an ESCO cancels a customer s Retail Access service, such ESCO must follow the procedures set forth in the UBP Addendum to this Schedule. Upon receipt of the notice of discontinuance from the ESCO, RG&E will verify this request with the customer by sending a letter to the customer. The customer may choose another ESCO or return to the RSS Non-Retail Access option. The customer will be placed on the RSS option effective with the switch date if a new Retail Access enrollment has not been completed by the switch date.

5.

Service Classification No. 10 ( SC10 )Contract Expiration a. A customer required to take mandatory Hourly Pricing: A customer taking service under SC10, who would otherwise qualify for mandatory Hourly Pricing, will be billed at Hourly Pricing rates upn expiration of their SC10 contract, unless a Retail Access enrollment is received from an ESCO at least 15 calendar days prior to the contract end date. If such retail access enrollment has been received, the customer will be billed at the ESCO Supply Service (ESS) option effective with the contract end date meter reading. Customers not required to take mandatory Hourly Pricing: If the customer is not required to be served at Hourly Pricing, upon expiration of their SC10 contract, the customer would be eligible to select a Supply Service Option described in Section 12.A. If the customer does not enroll in a Supply Service option, and no retail access enrollment has been received from an ESCO at least 15 calendar days prior to the contract end date, the customer will be billed at the RG&E Supply Service (RSS) option effective with the contract end date meter reading.

b.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

Leaf No. 160.28.1 Revision: 6 Superseding Revision: 5

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

GENERAL INFORMATION

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.29 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION Reserved for Future Use

Leaf No. 160.30 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 GENERAL INFORMATION
Reserved for Future Use

Leaf No. 160.31 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.31.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.31.2 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION 12. SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS (Cont d)

Leaf No. 160.32 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
GENERAL INFORMATION 12. SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS (Cont d) Reserved for Future Use

Leaf No. 160.33 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: July 1, 2009 GENERAL INFORMATION 13. Wind Electric Service Options A. Wind Residential Electric Service Option

Leaf No. 160.34 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Applicable to any residential customer (as defined by HEFPA) who operates wind generating equipment located and used at his or her primary, legal residence. Wind generating equipment is defined as a wind system, with a rated capacity of not more than twenty-five (25) kilowatts that is manufactured, installed and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards. Such system must be connected to the customer s electric system and operated in parallel with RG&E s transmission and distribution facilities. Application of the Wind Residential Electric Service Option will be available to eligible customers, on a first come, first served basis, until the total rated generating capacity for all wind electric generating equipment owned or operated by customer-generators in RG&E s service area is equivalent to 4,875 kW (three-tenths percent of RG&E s electric demand for the year 2005) and is available only in non-network areas of the Corporation s territory. Customers electing service under this provision must execute a New York State Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with Capacity of 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems ( SIR Contract ). In addition, customers must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the New York State Standard Interconnection Requirements and Application Process for New Distributed Generators 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems, as set forth within Addendum-SIR of Schedule PSC 19. For a net metered customer, the Corporation will install metering appropriate for the customer s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. Where the Corporation determines that a second meter should be installed, no additional costs shall be billed to the customer. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for the cost of the meter, the installation and any additional costs. For each billing period during the term of the SIR Contract, the Corporation will net the electricity (kWh) delivered to the customers with the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation. a) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation exceeds the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period, the customer shall be billed for the net kWh supplied by the Corporation to the customer at the standard service class rates. For customers billed on Time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., on-Peak/Off-Peak, netting will occur in each time period. b) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer, a kWh credit will be carried forward for the next billing period. For customer billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., on-Peak/Off-Peak, the kWh credit will be carried forward as a credit to the appropriate time period. c) For customers billed on TOU rates, if the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation is not metered for each TOU period and until such time as metering is installed to measure electricity supplied to the Corporation in each TOU period, an allocation of the electricity supplied to the Corporation will be done according to allocation factors as set forth in a Special Provision provided in each service classification in this Schedule. ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 15, 2011 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 10-E-0645 dated May 23, 2011. GENERAL INFORMATION
13. Wind Electric Service Options A. Wind Residential Electric Service Option (Cont’d)

Leaf No. 160.35 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

At the end of a year, or annualized over the period that service is supplied under this provision, the value of any credit remaining on a customer’s account for excess electricity produced by the customer-generator shall be paid to the customer at the Corporation’s avoided cost for energy. A cash payment will be issued to the customer. A

customer will be provided a one-time option to select an individual anniversary date for the annual cash-out of excess net metering credits. The initial cash-out payment shall be equal to the product of excess balance multiplied by the average avoided cost for the energy over the number of months the customer has taken service under this provision. Upon the Corporation’s determination that the customer has taken service under this
Section while in violation of the conditions of service set forth herein, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued during the annual period in which the violation occurred. Pursuant to the Standard Interconnection Requirements set forth within Addendum-SIR of PSC No.19, customers are responsible for providing all meter boxes and sockets. In the event that RG&E determines that it is necessary to install a dedicated transformer or transformers, or other equipment to protect the safety and adequacy of electric service provided to other customers, the customer-generator shall pay for the cost of installing the transformer or transformers, or other equipment up to a maximum amount of $750.00. The Corporation will not charge any additional wind electric specific interconnection costs incurred by RG&E other than $750.00 for dedicated transformers, or other equipment, if necessary. Customers are responsible for any costs related to the installation of their wind generating equipment. Notwithstanding the provisions herein, residential wind electric customers are responsible for meeting gall otherwise applicable provisions and requirements of PSC 19. B. Wind Non-Residential Electric Service Option Applicable to any Non-Residential customer who operates wind generating equipment located and used at its premises. Wind generating equipment is defined as a wind system that is manufactured, installed and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards with a rated capacity of not more than two thousand (2000) kilowatts. Such system must be connected to the customer’s electric system and operated in parallel with RG&E’s transmission and distribution facilities. Application of the Wind Non-Residential Electric Service Option will be available to eligible customers, on a first come, first served basis, until the total rated generating capacity for all wind electric generating equipment owned or operated by customer-generators in RG&E’s service area is equivalent to 4,875 kW (three-tenths percent of RG&E’s electric demand for the year of 2005) and is available only in non-network areas of the Corporation’s territory. Customers electing service under this provision must execute a New York State Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with Capacity of 2 MW of Less Connected in Parallel with utility Distribution Systems (“SIR Contract”). In addition, customers must operated in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the New York State Standard Interconnection Requirements and Application Process for New Distributed Generators 2 MW of Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems, as set forth within Addendum-SIR of this Schedule PSC No. 19.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: July 23, 2010 Issued in compliance with order in Case 10-E-0137 dated 3/31/10. GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.36 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

13. Wind Electric Service Options B. Wind Non-Residential Electric Service Option (Cont’d) For a metered customer, the Corporation will install metering appropriate for the customer’s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. For non-residential customers with generators less than 25 kW where the Corporation determines that a second meter should be installed, no additional costs shall be billed to the customer. For nonresidential customers with generators equal to or greater than 25 kW, the customer will be responsible for one-half of any interconnection costs, including the cost of a second meter where the Corporation determines a second meter is necessary and installation costs. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for the cost of the meter, the installation and any additional costs. For each billing period during the term of the SIR Contract, the Corporation will net the electricity (kWh) delivered to the customers with the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation. a) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation exceeds the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period, the customer shall be billed for the net kWh supplied by the Corporation to the customer at the standard service class rates. For customers billed on Time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., on-Peak/Off-Peak, netting will occur in each time period. If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer, a kWh credit will be carried forward for the next billing period. For customer billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., on-Peak/Off-Peak, the kWh credit will be carried forward as a credit to the appropriate time period. For demand-billed customers, prior to carrying forward any kWh credit, the kWhs will be converted to a dollar value using the applicable tariff per kWh rate and applied as a credit to the current utility bill. If the dollar value of the kWh exceeds the current utility bill, any remaining dollars will be converted back to kWhs and carried forward for the next billing period as a kWh credit. For customers billed on TOU rates, if the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation is not metered for each TOU period and until such time as metering is installed to measure electricity supplied to the Corporation in each TOU period, an allocation of the electricity supplied to the Corporation will be done according to allocation factors as set forth in a Special Provision provided in each service classification in this Schedule.

b)

c)

d)

Upon the Corporation’s determination that the customer has taken service under this Section while in violation of the conditions of service set forth herein, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued during the annual period in which the violation occurred. Pursuant to the Standard Interconnection Requirements set forth within Addendum-SIR of PSC No.19, customers are responsible for providing all meter boxes and sockets. In the event that RG&E determines that it is necessary to install a dedicated transformer or transformers, or other equipment to protect the safety and adequacy of electric service provided to other customers, a customergenerator with a rating less than 25 kW shall pay for the cost of installing such transformer(s) or other equipment, up to a maximum amount of $750. A customer-generator with a combined rating equal to or greater than 25 kW shall pay for the cost of installing the transformer(s), or other equipment. Notwithstanding the provisions herein, non-residential wind electric customers are responsible for meeting all otherwise applicable provisions and requirements of PSC. No. 19. C. Farm Wind Electric Generating Service Option Applicable to any customer who owns or operates farm wind electric generating equipment (“Facility”), that generates electric energy with a rated capacity of not more than five hundred kilowatts (500 kW); where the customer’s primary residence is located on the same land used for his or her “farm operation” as defined in Subdivision 11 of Section 301 of the Agriculture and Markets Law. Such definition states that a “farm operation” means the land and on-farm buildings, equipment, manure processing and handling facilities and practices which contribute to the production, preparation and marketing of crops, livestock and livestock products as a commercial enterprise, including a “commercial horse boarding operation” as defined in subdivision 13 of Section 301 of the Agriculture and Markets Law.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: July 1, 2009
GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.37 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

13. Wind Electric Service Options C. Farm Wind Electric Generating Service Option (Cont d) The Facility must be manufactured, installed and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards. Such Facility must be connected to RG&E s electric system and operated in parallel with RG&E s transmission and distribution facilities. The farm Wind Electric Generating System Option will be available to eligible customers, on a first come first served basis, until the total rated generating capacity for all wind electric generating equipment owned or operated by customer-generators in RG&E s service area is equivalent to 4,875 kW (three-tenths percent of RG&E s electric demand for the year of 2005). Customers electing service under this Section must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the Distributed Generation Interconnection Requirement found in PSC No. 19, Section 10 and Addendum-SIR to PSC No. 19. In addition, customers must execute the NYS Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with Capacity of 2 MW of Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems ( SIR Contract ), as contained within Addendum-SIR of PSC No. 19. For a metered customer, the Corporation will install metering appropriate for the customer s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. Where the Corporation determines that a second meter should be installed, no additional costs shall be billed to the customer. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for the cost of the meter, the installation and any additional costs. For each billing period during the term of the SIR Contract, the Corporation will net the electricity (kWh) delivered to the customers with the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation. a) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation exceeds the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period, the customer shall be billed for the net kWh supplied by the Corporation to the customer at the standard service class rates. For customers billed on Time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., on-Peak/Off-Peak, netting will occur in each time period. b) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer, a kWh credit will be carried forward for the next billing period. For customer billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., on-Peak/Off-Peak, the kWh credit will be carried forward as a credit to the appropriate time period. c) For a demand-billed farm wind customer, prior to carrying forward any kWh credit, the kWhs will be converted to a dollar value using the applicable tariff per kWh rate and applied as a credit to the current utility bill. If the dollar value of the kWh exceeds the current utility bill, any remaining dollars will be converted back to kWhs and carried forward for the next billing period as a kWh credit. d) For customers billed on TOU rates, if the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation is not metered for each TOU period and until such time as metering is installed to measure electricity supplied to the Corporation in each TOU period, an allocation of the electricity supplied to the Corporation will be done according to allocation factors as set forth in a Special Provision provided in each service classification in this Schedule.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2011

Leaf No. 160.38 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated June 21, 2011
GENERAL INFORMATION

13. Wind Electric Service Options C. Farm Wind Electric Generating Service Option (Cont’d) If, (a) on an annual basis, during the term of the SIR Contract or (b) on the date the SIR Contract is terminated pursuant to the terms and conditions of said Contract, there exists a positive (kWh) balance for an accumulation of excess generation provided to the Corporation, then a cash payment will be issued to the customer. The payment shall be for an amount equal to the product of the excess balance times the average avoided cost for energy over the most recent 12-month period. A customer will be provided a one-time option to select an individual anniversary date for the annual cash-out of excess net metering credits. The initial cash-out payment shall be equal to the product of excess balance multiplied by the average avoided cost for the energy over the number of months the customer has taken service under this provision. Upon the Corporation’s determination that the customer has taken service under this Section while in violation of the conditions of service set forth herein, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued during the annual period in which the violation occurred. In the event that RG&E determines that it is necessary to install a dedicated transformer or transformers or other equipment to protect the safety and adequacy of electric service provided to other customers, a customer with a Facility with a rated capacity not more than 25 kW shall pay RG&E’s actual costs of purchasing and installing such transformer(s) or other equipment in an amount not to exceed $750. A customer with a Facility with a rated capacity equal to or greater than 25 kW (up to 500 kW) shall pay RG&E’s actual costs of purchasing and installing such transformer(s) or other equipment located and used at customer’s “farm operation,” in an amount not to exceed five thousand dollars ($5,000) per “farm operation.” D. Remote Net Metering Definitions Host Account: A Customer taking service pursuant to 13.B. Wind Non-Residential Electric Service Option, or 13.C. Farm Wind Electric Generating Service Option, and the customer meter where the wind generation is located and interconnected with the Company’s distribution system. Satellite Accounts: Additional meters designated by the Host Account, with the same name on the account, for the application of excess net metering credits. Excess Generation: the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer. Customer Requirements and Eligibility A customer participating in Wind Non-Residential Electric Service Option or Farm Wind Electric Generating Service Option may designate all or a portion of the excess credit, after application to the Host Account to Satellite Accounts at any property owned or leased by such customer within the same load zone as determined by the Locational Based Market Price. This will be completed on a form when submitting their initial remote net metering application. Satellite Accounts must be held by the same customer and have an identical billing name, on property owned or leased by such customer. The utility reserves the right to investigate/obtain proof that all designated accounts are held by the customer. Satellite Accounts cannot also participate in: Wind Electric Service Options; or Solar Residential Electric Service Option; or Solar Non-Residential Electric Service Option; or Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option; or Electric Hybrid Generating System or Micro-combined Heat and Power Service Option; or Fuel Cell Residential Electric Service Option. Satellite Accounts can only have one Host Account.
ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2011

Leaf No. 160.38.1 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 21, 2011
GENERAL INFORMATION

13. Wind Electric Service Options D. Remote Net Metering (Cont’d) Enrollment and Change Period After the customer’s initial application, the enrollment and change period is from January 1 through January 31. Any changes will be effective with the initial Host Account billing after March 1. Remote Net Metering customers may submit a change request form annually during the change period to designate additional Satellite Accounts or delete existing active Satellite Accounts. The customer may also change the portion (percentage) of excess to remain at the Host Account once per year. Calculation and Application of Net Metering Credits In a month where the Host Account has Excess Generation, the Excess Generation will be converted to the equivalent monetary value at the per kWh rate applicable to the Host Account's service classification. Remote net metering credits shall be defined as the Excess Generation multiplied by the Host Account’s applicable tariff per kWh rates. The remote net metering credit will first be applied to the Host Account's current electric bill. Any remaining monetary credit will be allocated between the Host Account and the Satellite Accounts. The portion designated for the Satellite Accounts will be applied to the Satellite Account bills as each subsequent Satellite Account bill is calculated. In the case of two Satellite Accounts billed on the same day, the credit will be applied to the highest usage account first. The credit applied to each Host or Satellite Account shall not exceed the current electric delivery and if applicable, RG&E supply charges. If a monetary credit remains after applying credits to all designated Satellite Accounts, the credit will be carried forward on the Host Account and the allocation process between Host and Satellite Accounts will repeat until the value of the excess credit is zero or until all associated accounts are finaled. Annual Reconciliation and Account Closure Annual reconciliation of remaining credits a) For Host Accounts where no annual reconciliation provided, any remaining monetary credits will continue to carry forward as a monetary credit to the next billing period. b) For Host Accounts where an annual reconciliation is provided, any remaining monetary credits will be cashed out at avoided cost. The cash-out payment shall be equal to the product of kWh excess multiplied by the average avoided cost for the energy for the billing period in which the excess ocurred. Upon the Corporation’s determination that the customer has taken service under this Section 13 while in violation of the conditions of service set forth in this Schedule, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued during the annual period in which the violation occurred.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2011

Leaf No. 160.38.2 Revision: 0 Superseding Revision:

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated June 21, 2011
GENERAL INFORMATION

13. Wind Electric Service Options D. Remote Net Metering (Cont’d) Annual Reconciliation and Account Closure (Cont’d) Host Account closure a) For non-residential Host Accounts, any remaining monetary credits will not be cashed out or transferred. b) For Farm Wind Host Accounts, any remaining monetary credits will be cashed out at avoided cost of the supply. The cash-out payment shall be equal to the product of the kWh excess multiplied by the average avoided cost for the energy for the billing period in which the excess occurred.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 26, 2010 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.39 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

14. Solar Residential Electric Service Option Applicable to any Residential Customer (as defined by HEFPA) who operates solar generating equipment located and used at his or her primary, legal residence. Solar generating equipment is defined as a solar system, with a rated capacity of not more than twenty-five (25) kilowatts, that is manufactured, installed and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards. Such system must be connected to the customer's electric system and operated in parallel with RG&E's transmission and distribution facilities. Application of the Solar Residential Service Option will be available to eligible customers, on a first come, first serve basis and will be limited, in total, to the rated generating capacity for solar, farm waste, MCHP and fuel cell electric generating equipment owned, leased or operated by customer-generators in RG&E’s service area is equivalent to 16,250 kW (one-tenth of one percent of RG&E’s electric demand for 2005), and is available only in non-network areas of RG&E’s service territory. Customers electing service under this provision must execute a New York State Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with Capacity of 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems. In addition, customers must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the New York State Standard Interconnection Requirements and Application Process for New Distributed Generators 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems, as posted on the NY PSC website at www.dps.state.ny.us/distgen.htm, and as set forth within the SIR Addendum to this tariff. For a net metered customer, the Corporation will install metering appropriate for the customer’s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. Where the Corporation determines that a second meter should be installed, no additional costs shall be billed to the customer. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for the cost of the meter, the installation, and any additional costs. For each billing period during the term of the Contract for Solar Residential Electric Service Option, the Corporation will net the electricity (kWh) delivered to the customers with electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 15, 2011 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 10-E-0645, dated May 23, 2011 GENERAL INFORMATION 14. Solar Residential Electric Service Option (Cont’d)

Leaf No. 160.39.1 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

a) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation exceeds the electricity supplied by the customer during the billing period, the customer shall be billed for the net kWh supplied by the Corporation to the customer at the standard service class rates. For customers billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., OnPeak/Off-Peak, netting will occur in each time period. b) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer, a kWh credit will be carried forward for the next billing period. For customers billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., On-Peak/Off-Peak, the credit will be carried forward as a credit to the appropriate time period. c) For a customer billed on TOU rates, if the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer is not metered for each TOU period and until such time as metering is installed to measure electricity supplied to the Corporation in each TOU period, an allocation of the electricity supplied to the Corporation will be done according to the allocation factors set forth in a Special Provision provided in each service classification in this Schedule.
At the end of the year, or annualized over the period that service is supplied under this provision, the value of any credit remaining on a customer’s account for excess electricity produced by the customer-generator shall be paid to the customer at the Corporation’s avoided cost for energy. Payment will occur in the form of a voucher which will be issued under authority of Order of the Public Service Commission to the customer-generator, for use in offsetting any of the issuing utility’s bills directed to that customer during the year following the date of the voucher. A customer

will be provided a one-time option to select an individual anniversary date for the annual cash-out of excess net metering credits. The initial cash-out payment shall be equal to the product of excess balance multiplied by the average avoided cost for the energy over the number of months the customer has taken service under this provision. Upon the Corporation’s determination that the customer has taken service under this Section 14 while in
violation of the conditions of service set forth in this Schedule, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued during the annual period in which the violation occurred. Pursuant to the Standard Interconnection Requirements set forth within the SIR Addendum-SIR to this tariff, customers are responsible for providing all meter boxes and sockets. In the event that RG&E determines that it is necessary to install a dedicated transformer to protect the safety and adequacy of electric service provided to other customers, the customer-generator shall pay for the cost of installing the transformer(s) or other equipment up to a maximum amount of $350.00. The Corporation will not charge any additional solar electric specific interconnection costs incurred by RG&E other than $350.00 for a dedicated transformer(s) or other equipment, if necessary. Customers are responsible for any costs related to the installation of their solar generating equipment. Notwithstanding the provisions herein, Residential solar electric customers are responsible for meeting all otherwise applicable provisions and requirements of this tariff.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: July 23, 2010 Issued in compliance with order in Case 10-E-0137 dated 3/31/10. GENERAL INFORMATION 15. Solar Non-Residential Electric Service Option

Leaf No. 160.39.2 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

Applicable to any Non-Residential Customer who operates solar generating equipment located and used at its premises. Solar generating equipment is defined as a solar system that is manufactured, installed and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards, with a rated capacity of not more than two thousand kilowatts (2000 kW). Such system must be connected to the customer's electric system and operated in parallel with RG&E's transmission and distribution facilities. Application of the Solar Non-Residential Service Option will be available to eligible customers, on a first come, first serve basis until the total rated generating capacity for solar, farm waste, MCHP and fuel cell electric generating equipment owned, leased or operated by the customer-generators in RG&E’s service area is equivalent to 16,250 kW (one-tenth of one percent of RG&E’s electric demand for 2005), and is available only in non-network areas of RG&E’s service territory. Customers electing service under this provision must execute a New York State Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with Capacity of 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems. In addition, customers must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the New York State Standard Interconnection Requirements and Application Process for New Distributed Generators 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems, and as set forth within the SIR Addendum to this tariff.

For a net metered customer, the Corporation will install metering appropriate for the customer’s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. Where the Corporation determines that a second meter should be installed, no additional costs shall be billed to the customer. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for the cost of the meter, the installation, and any additional costs. For each billing period during the term of the Contract for Solar Residential Electric Service Option, the Corporation will net the electricity (kWh) delivered to the customers with electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation. (a) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation exceeds the electricity supplied by the customer during the billing period, the customer shall be billed for the net kWh supplied by the Corporation to the customer at the standard service class rates. For customers billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., OnPeak/Off-Peak, netting will occur in each time period. (b) If the electricity (kWh) supplied during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer, a kWh credit will be carried forward for the next billing period. For customers billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., On-Peak/Off-Peak, the credit will be carried forward as a credit to the appropriate time period. (c) For customer billed on TOU rates, if the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer is not metered for each TOU period and until such time as metering is installed to measure electricity supplied to the Corporation in each TOU period, an allocation of the electricity supplied to the Corporation will be done according to the allocation factors set forth in a Special Provision provided in each service classification in this Schedule. (d) For a demand-billed customer, prior to carrying forward any kWh credit, the kWhs will be converted to a dollar value using the applicable tariff per kWh rate and applied as a credit to the current utility bill. If the dollar value of the kWh exceeds the current utility bill, any remaining dollars will be converted back to kWhs and carried forward for the next billing period as a kWh credit.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 160.39.3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 7 Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 6 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322, dated November 21, 2011 GENERAL INFORMATION 15. Solar Non-Residential Electric Service Option (Cont’d) Upon the Corporations determination that the customer has taken service under this Section 15 while in violation of the conditions of service set forth herein, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued in its Credit Account during the annual period in which the violation occurred. Pursuant to the Standard Interconnection Requirements set forth within Addendum SIR of this tariff, customers are responsible for providing all meter boxes and sockets. In the event that RG&E determines that it is necessary to install a dedicated transformer(s) or other equipment to protect the safety and adequacy of electric service provided to other customers, a customer-generator with a combined rating less than 25 kW shall pay for the cost of installing such transformer(s) or other equipment, up to a maximum amount of $350. A customer-generator with a combined rating equal to or greater than 25 kW shall pay for the cost of installing the transformer(s) or other equipment. Notwithstanding the provision herein, Non-Residential solar electric customers are responsible for meeting all otherwise applicable provision and requirements of PSC No. 19. A. Remote Net Metering Definitions Host Account: The customer meter where the solar generating equipment is located and interconnected with the Company’s distribution system. Satellite Accounts: Additional meters designated by the Host Account, with the same name on the account, for the application of excess net metering credits. Excess Generation: the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer. Customer Requirements and Eligibility A customer participating in Solar Non-Residential Electric Service Option may designate all or a portion of the excess credit, after application to the Host Account, to Satellite Accounts at any property owned or leased by such customer within the same load zone as determined by the Locational Based Market Price. This will be completed on a form when submitting their initial remote net metering application. Satellite Accounts must be held by the same customer and have an identical billing name, on property owned or leased by such customer. The utility reserves the right to investigate/obtain proof that all designated accounts are held by the customer. Satellite Accounts cannot also participate in: Wind Electric Service Options; or Solar Residential Electric Service Option; or Solar Non-Residential Electric Service Option; or Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option; or Electric Hybrid Generating System Option; or Micro-combined Heat and Power Service Option; or Fuel Cell Residential Electric Service Option. Satellite Accounts can only have one Host Account Enrollment and Change Period After the customer’s initial application, the enrollment and change period is from January 1 through January 31. Any changes will be effective with the initial Host Account billing after March 1. Remote Net Metering customers may submit a change request form annually during the change period to designate additional Satellite Accounts or delete existing active Satellite Accounts. The customer may also change the portion (percentage) of excess to remain at the Host Account once per year.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 160.39.3.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322, dated November 21, 2011 GENERAL INFORMATION 15. Solar Non-Residential Electric Service Option (Cont’d) Calculation and Application of Net Metering Credits In a month where the Host Account has Excess Generation, the Excess Generation will be converted to the equivalent monetary value at the per kWh rate applicable to the Host Account's service. Remote net metering credits shall be defined as the Excess Generation multiplied by the Host Account’s applicable tariff per kWh rates. The remote net metering credit will first be applied to the Host Account's current electric bill. Any remaining monetary credit will be allocated between the Host Account and the Satellite Accounts. The portion designated for the Satellite Accounts will be applied to the Satellite Account bills as each subsequent Satellite Account bill is calculated. In the case of two Satellite Accounts billed on the same day, the credit will be applied to the highest usage account first. The credit applied to each Host or Satellite Account shall not exceed the current electric delivery charges, and if applicable, RG&E supply charges. If a monetary credit remains after applying credits to all designated Satellite Accounts, the credit will be carried forward on the Host Account and the allocation process between Host and Satellite Accounts will repeat until the value of the excess credits is zero or until all associated accounts are finaled. Upon the Corporation’s determination that the customer has taken service under this Section 13 while in violation of the conditions of service set forth in this Schedule, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued during the annual period in which the violation occurred. Account Closure Any remaining monetary credits will not be cashed out or transferred.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2011 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322, dated June 21, 2011 GENERAL INFORMATION

Leaf No. 160.39.3.2 Revision: 0 Superseding Revision:

16. Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option
Applicable to any customer who owns or operates farm waste electric generating equipment (“Facility”), that generates electric energy from biogas produced by the anaerobic digestion of agricultural wastes with a rated capacity of not more than one thousand kilowatts (1000 kW), located and used at his or her “farm operation” as defined in Subdivision 11 of Section 301 of the Agriculture and Markets Law. Such definition states that a “farm operation” means the land and on-farm buildings, equipment, manure processing and handling facilities, and practices which contribute to the production, preparation and marketing of crops, livestock and livestock products as a commercial enterprise, including a “commercial horse boarding operation” as defined in subdivision thirteen of this Section 301 of the Agriculture and Markets Law. The Facility must be manufactured, installed an operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards. Such Facility must be connected to RG&E’s electric system and operated in parallel with RG&E’s transmission and distribution facilities. The Facility must be fueled, at a minimum of 90% on an annual basis, by biogas produced from the anaerobic digestion of agricultural waste such as livestock manure materials, crop residues and food processing waste. The Facility must be fueled by biogas generated by anaerobic digestion with at least 50% by weight of its feedstock being livestock manure materials on an annual basis. The customer, at is expense, shall promptly provide to RG&E all relevant, accurate and complete information, documents, and data, as may be reasonably requested by RG&E, to enable RG&E to determine whether the customer is in compliance with these

requirements. The Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option will be available to eligible customers, on a first come, first served basis, until the total rated generating capacity for solar, farm waste, MCHP and fuel cell electric generating equipment owned, leased or operated by customer-generators in RG&E’s service area is equivalent to 16,250 kW (one percent of RG&E’s electric demand for the year 2005). Customers electing service under this Section 16 must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the Distributed Generation Interconnection Requirements set forth within Addendum SIR of this tariff. In addition, customers must execute the NYS Standardized Contract For Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with capacity of 2 MW or less connected in parallel with Utility Distribution Systems (“SIR Contract”), as contained with Addendum-SIR of this tariff.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 160.39.4.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322, dated November 21, 2011 GENERAL INFORMATION 16. Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option A. Remote Net Metering Definitions Host Account: The customer meter where farm waste generation is located and interconnected with the Company’s distribution system. Satellite Accounts: Additional meters designated by the Host Account with the same name on the account, for the application of excess net metering credits. Excess Generation: the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer. Customer Requirements and Eligibility A customer participating in Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option may designate all or a portion of the excess credit, after application to the Host Account, to Satellite Accounts at any property owned or leased by such customer within the same load zone as determined by the Locational Based Market Price. This will be completed on a form when submitting their initial remote net metering application. Satellite Accounts must be held by the same customer and have an identical billing name, on property owned or leased by such customer. The utility reserves the right to investigate/obtain proof that all designated accounts are held by the customer. Satellite Accounts cannot also participate in: Wind Electric Service Options; or Solar Residential Electric Service Option; or Solar Non-Residential Electric Service Option; or Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option; or Electric Hybrid Generating System Option; or Micro-combined Heat and Power Service Option; or Fuel Cell Residential Electric Service Option. Satellite Accounts can only have one Host Account. Enrollment and Change Period After the customer’s initial application, the enrollment and change period is from January 1 through January 31. Any changes will be effective with the initial Host Account billing after March 1. Remote Net Metering customers may submit a change request form annually during the change period to designate additional Satellite Accounts or delete existing active Satellite Accounts. The customer may also change the portion (percentage) of excess to remain at the Host Account once per year. Calculation and Application of Net Metering Credits In a month where the Host Account has Excess Generation, the Excess Generation will be converted to the equivalent monetary value at the per kWh rate applicable to the Host Account's service classification. Remote net metering credits shall be defined as the Excess Generation multiplied by the Host Account’s applicable tariff per kWh rates.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 160.39.4.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 1 Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322, dated November 21, 2011 GENERAL INFORMATION 16. Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option (Cont’d) A. Remote Net Metering (Cont’d) Calculation and Application of Net Metering Credits (Cont’d) The remote net metering credit will first be applied to any outstanding charges on the Host Account's current electric bill. Any remaining monetary credit will be allocated between the Host Account and the Satellite Accounts. The portion designated for the Satellite Accounts will be applied to the Satellite Account bills as each subsequent Satellite Account bill is calculated. In the case of two Satellite Accounts billed on the same day, the credit will be applied to the highest usage account first. The credit applied to each Host or Satellite Account shall not exceed the current electric delivery charges, and if applicable, RG&E supply charges. If a monetary credit remains after applying credits to all designated Satellite Accounts, the credit will be carried forward on the Host Account and the allocation process between Host and Satellite Accounts will repeat until the value of the excess credit is zero or until all associated accounts are finaled. Annual Reconciliation and Account Closure Annual reconciliation of remaining credits: Any remaining monetary credits will be cashed out at avoided cost.  The cash-out payment shall be equal to the product of the kWh excess multiplied by the average avoided cost for the energy for the billing period in which the excess occurred. Upon the Corporation’s determination that the customer has taken service under this Section 16 while in violation of the conditions of service set forth in this Schedule, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued during the annual period in which the violation occurred. Host Account closure: Any remaining monetary credits will be cashed out at avoided cost of the supply. The cash-out payment shall be equal to the product of the kWh excess balance multiplied by the average avoided cost for the energy for the billing period in which the excess occurred.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 15, 2011 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 10-E-0645, dated May 23, 2011 GENERAL INFORMATION 16. Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option (Cont’d)

Leaf No. 160.39.4 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

For a net metered customer, the Corporation will install metering appropriate for the customer’s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. Where the Corporation determines that a second meter should be installed, no additional costs shall be billed to the customer. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for the cost of the meter, the installation, and any additional costs. For each billing period during the term of the SIR Contract, the Corporation will net the electricity (kWh) delivered to the customers with electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation. (a) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation exceeds the electricity supplied by the customer during the billing period, the customer shall be billed for the net kWh supplied by the Corporation to the customer at the standard service class rates. For customers billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., OnPeak/Off-Peak, netting will occur in each time period. (b) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer, a kWh credit will be carried forward for the next billing period. For customers billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., On-Peak/Off-Peak, the kWh credit will be carried forward as a credit to the appropriate time period. (c) For customer billed on TOU rates, if the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer is not metered for each TOU period and until such time as metering is installed to measure electricity supplied to the Corporation in each TOU period, an allocation of the electricity supplied to the Corporation will be done according to the allocation factors set forth in a Special Provision provided in each service classification in this Schedule. (d) For a demand-billed farm waste customer, prior to carrying forward any kWh credit, the kWhs will be converted to a dollar value using the applicable tariff per kWh rate and applied as a credit to the current utility bill. If the dollar value of the kWh exceeds the current utility bill, any remaining dollars will be converted back to kWhs and carried forward for the next billing period as a kWh credit. A customer will be provided a one-time option to select an individual anniversary date for the annual cash-out of excess net metering credits. The initial cash-out payment shall be equal to the product of excess balance multiplied by the average avoided cost for the energy over the number of months the customer has taken service under this provision. Upon the Corporation’s determination that the customer has taken service under this Section 16 in violation of the conditions set forth in this Schedule, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued during the annual period in which the violation occurred. In the event that RG&E determines that it is necessary to install a dedicated transformer(s) or other equipment to protect the safety and adequacy of electric service provided to other customers, the customer shall pay RG&E’s actual costs of purchasing and installing such transformer(s) or other equipment located and used at the customer’s “farm operation,” in an amount not to exceed five thousand dollars ($5,000) per “farm operation.” In the event that the total rated generating capacity of electric generating equipment that provides electricity to the Company through the same local feeder line exceeds twenty percent (20%) of the rated capacity of the local feeder line, the customer owning or operating such equipment may be required to comply with additional measures to ensure the safety of the local feeder line.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with Order in Case No. 09-E-0832 dated 02/12/2010.
GENERAL INFORMATION 17. Electric Hybrid Generating System Option

Leaf No. 160.39.5 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

Applicable to any customer who owns or operates two types of electric generating equipment as defined in General Information Section 13, 14, 15, or 16 of this Schedule at the same location (“Hybrid Facility”). The Hybrid Facility Option is intended to allow hybrid facilities the benefit of net metering for qualified generation. Customers electing service under this Section must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the Distributed Generation Interconnection Requirements found in PSC 19 - Electricity, Section 10 and Addendum-SIR to PSC 19. In addition, customers must execute the NYS Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with Capacity of 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems ("SIR Contract"), as contained within Addendum-SIR of PSC 19 - Electricity. Metering The Corporation will install metering appropriate for the customer’s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the qualified electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. Billing, netting or compensation for generation will be consistent for the qualified generation as defined in General Sections 13, 14, 15, or 16. Where the Corporation determines additional meters should be installed, no additional meter costs shall be billed to the customer. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for additional costs.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 26, 2010

Leaf No. 160.39.6 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

Issued in compliance with Order in Case No. 09-E-0832 dated 02/12/2010.
GENERAL INFORMATION

18. Micro-combined Heat and Power (MCHP) Service Option Applicable to any Residential Customer (as defined by HEFPA) who owns, leases or operates MCHP generating equipment. MCHP generating equipment is defined as an integrated, cogenerating building heating and electrical power generation system, operating on any fuel and of any applicable engine, fuel cell, or other technology, with a rated capacity of at least one kilowatt and not more than ten kilowatts electric and any thermal output that at full load has a design total fuel use efficiency in the production of heat and electricity of not less than eighty percent, and annually produces at least two thousand kilowatt hours of useful energy in the form of electricity that may work in combination with supplemental or parallel conventional heating systems, that is manufactured, installed and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards, that is connected to the electric system and operated in conjunction with an electric corporation’s transmission and distribution facilities. Such system must be connected to the customer's electric system and operated in parallel with RG&E's transmission and distribution facilities. Application of the MCHP Residential Service Option will be available to eligible customers, on a first come, first served basis, until the total rated generating capacity for solar, farm waste, MCHP and fuel cell electric generating equipment owned, leased or operated by customer-generators in RG&E's service area is equivalent to 16,250 kW (one percent of RG&E's electric demand for the year 2005) and is available only in non-network areas of the Corporation's territory. Customers electing service under this provision must execute a New York State Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with Capacity of 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems (“SIR Contract”). In addition, customers must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the New York State Standard Interconnection Requirements and Application Process for New Distributed Generators 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems, as set forth within Addendum-SIR of Schedule PSC 19. For a net metered customer, the Corporation will install metering appropriate for the customer’s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. Where the Corporation determines that a second meter should be installed, no additional costs shall be billed to the customer. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for the cost of the meter, the installation and any additional costs. For each billing period during the term of the SIR Contract, the Corporation will net the electricity (kWh) delivered to the customers with the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation. a) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation exceeds the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period the customer shall be billed for the net kWh supplied by the Corporation to the customer at the standard service class rates. For customers billed on timedifferentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., On-Peak/Off-Peak, netting will occur in each time period.

b) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer, the Corporation will provide a credit on the next bill for net electricity supplied at the Corporation’s Service Classification No. 5 Buy-back Service energy only rate. For customers billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., OnPeak/Off-Peak, the kWh credit will be a credit for the appropriate time period. Upon the Corporation’s determination that the customer has taken service under this Section while in violation of the conditions of service set forth herein, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued during the annual period in which the violation occurred.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012

Leaf No. 160.39.7 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 22, 2011.
GENERAL INFORMATION 18. Micro-combined Heat and Power (MCHP) Service Option (Cont’d) Pursuant to the Standard Interconnection Requirements set forth within Addendum-SIR of P.S.C. No. 19, customers are responsible for providing all meter boxes and sockets. In the event that RG&E determines that it is necessary to install a dedicated transformer or transformers, or other equipment to protect the safety and adequacy of electric service provided to other customers, the customer-generator shall pay for the cost of installing the transformer or transformers, or other equipment up to a maximum amount of $350.00. The Corporation will not charge any additional MCHP electric specific interconnection costs incurred by RG&E other than $350.00 for dedicated transformers or other equipment, if necessary. Customers are responsible for any costs related to the installation of their solar generating equipment. Notwithstanding the provisions herein, residential MCHP electric customers are responsible for meeting all otherwise applicable provisions and requirements of P.S.C. No. 19. 19. Fuel Cell Electric Service Option A. Residential Service Option

Applicable to any Residential Customer (as defined by HEFPA) who owns, leases or operates fuel cell generating equipment. Fuel cell generating equipment is defined as a solid oxide, molten carbonate, proton exchange membrane or phosphoric acid fuel cell with a combined rated capacity of not more than ten kilowatts that is manufactured, installed and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards, that is connected to the electric system and operated in parallel with an electric corporation’s transmission and distribution facilities, and that is operated in compliance with any standards and requirements established under this section. Such system must be connected to the customer's electric system and operated in parallel with RG&E's transmission and distribution facilities. Application of the Fuel Cell Residential Service Option will be available to eligible customers, on a first come, first served basis, until the total rated generating capacity for solar, farm waste, MCHP and fuel cell electric generating equipment owned, leased or operated by customer-generators in RG&E's service area is equivalent to 16,250 kW (one percent of RG&E's electric demand for the year 2005) and is available only in non-network areas of the Corporation's territory. Customers electing service under this provision must execute a New York State Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with Capacity of 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems (“SIR Contract”). In addition, customers must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the New York State Standard Interconnection Requirements and Application Process for New Distributed Generators 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems, as set forth within Addendum-SIR of Schedule PSC 19. For a net metered customer, the Corporation will install metering appropriate for the customer’s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. Where the Corporation determines that a second meter should be installed, no additional costs shall be billed to the customer. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for the cost of the meter, the installation and any additional costs. For each billing period during the term of the SIR Contract, the Corporation will net the electricity (kWh) delivered to the customers with the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 22, 2011

Leaf No. 160.39.8 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

GENERAL INFORMATION 19. Fuel Cell Electric Service Option (Cont’d) A. Residential Service Option (Cont’d)

a)

If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation exceeds the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period the customer shall be billed for the net kWh supplied by the Corporation to the customer at the standard service class rates. For customers billed on timedifferentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., On-Peak/Off-Peak, netting will occur in each time period.

b) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer, the Corporation will provide a credit on the next bill for net electricity supplied at the Corporation’s Service Classification No. 5 Buy-back Service energy only rate. For customers billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., OnPeak/Off-Peak, the kWh credit will be a credit for the appropriate time period.

B.

Non-Residential Electric Service Option

Applicable to any Non-Residential Customer who owns, leases or operates fuel cell generating equipment. Fuel cell generating equipment is defined as a solid oxide, molten carbonate, proton exchange membrane or phosphoric acid fuel cell with a combined rated capacity of not more than one-thousand five hundred (1,500) kilowatts that is manufactured, installed and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards, that is connected to the electric system and operated in parallel with an electric corporation’s transmission and distribution facilities, and that is operated in compliance with any standards and requirements established under this section. Such system must be connected to the customer's electric system and operated in parallel with RG&E's transmission and distribution facilities. Application of the Fuel Cell Non-Residential Service Option will be available to eligible customers, on a first come, first served basis, until the total rated generating capacity for solar, farm waste, MCHP and fuel cell electric generating equipment owned, leased or operated by customer-generators in RG&E's service area is equivalent to 16,250 kW (one percent of RG&E's electric demand for the year 2005) and is available only in non-network areas of the Corporation's territory. Customers electing service under this provision must execute a New York State Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with Capacity of 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems (“SIR Contract”). In addition, customers must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the New York State Standard Interconnection Requirements and Application Process for New Distributed Generators 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems, as set forth within Addendum-SIR of Schedule PSC 19. For a net metered customer, the Corporation will install metering appropriate for the customer’s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. Where the Corporation determines that a second meter should be installed, no additional costs shall be billed to the customer. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for the cost of the meter, the installation and any additional costs. For each billing period during the term of the SIR Contract, the Corporation will net the electricity (kWh) delivered to the customers with the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation.
ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 22, 2011

Leaf No. 160.39.9 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

GENERAL INFORMATION 19. Fuel Cell Electric Service Option (Cont’d)

B.

Non-Residential Electric Service Option (Cont’d)

a) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation exceeds the electricity supplied by the customer to
the Corporation during the billing period the customer shall be billed for the net kWh supplied by the Corporation to the customer at the standard service class rates. For customers billed on timedifferentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., On-Peak/Off-Peak, netting will occur in each time period. b) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer, the Corporation will provide a credit on the next bill for net electricity supplied at the Corporation’s Service Classification No. 5 Buy-back Service energy only rate. For customers billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., OnPeak/Off-Peak, the kWh credit will be a credit for the appropriate time period. Upon the Corporation’s determination that the customer has taken service under this Section while in violation of the conditions of service set forth herein, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued during the annual period in which the violation occurred. Pursuant to the Standard Interconnection Requirements set forth within Addendum-SIR of PSC No.19, customers are responsible for providing all meter boxes and sockets. In the event that RG&E determines that it is necessary to install a dedicated transformer or transformers, or other equipment to protect the safety and adequacy of electric service provided to other customers, a customer generator shall pay for the cost of installing the transformer(s), or other equipment. Notwithstanding the provisions herein, non-residential fuel cell electric customers are responsible for meeting all otherwise applicable provisions and requirements of PSC. No.19.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012

Leaf No. 160.39.10 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 22, 2011.
GENERAL INFORMATION

20. Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option A. Residential Applicable to any Residential Customer (as defined by HEFPA) who owns or operates micro-hydroelectric generating equipment located and used at his or her residence. Micro-hydroelectric generating equipment is defined as a hydroelectric system with a rated capacity of not more than twenty-five (25) kilowatts; that is manufactured, installed and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards. Such system must be connected to the customer’s electric system and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards, that is connected to the electric system and operated in conjunction with an electric corporation's transmission and distribution facilities, and that is operated in compliance with any standards and requirements established under this section. Application of the Micro-hydroelectric Electric Service Option will be available to eligible customers, on a first come, first served basis, until the total rated generating capacity for solar, farm waste, MCHP, fuel cell electric generating equipment and micro-hydroelectric electric generating equipment owned or operated by customergenerators in RG&E’s service area is equivalent to 16,250 kW (one percent of RG&E’s electric demand for the year 2005) and is available only in non-network areas of the Corporation’s territory to residential service classifications. Customers electing service under this provision must execute a New York State Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with Capacity of 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems (“SIR Contract”). In addition, customers must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the New York State Standard Interconnection Requirements and Application Process for New Distributed Generators 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems, as set forth within Addendum-SIR of Schedule PSC 19. For a net metered customer, the Corporation will install one meter appropriate for the customer’s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. Where the Corporation determines that a second meter should be installed, no additional costs shall be billed to the customer. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for the cost of the meter, the installation and any additional costs. For each billing period during the term of the SIR Contract, the Corporation will net the electricity (kWh) delivered to the customers with the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation. a) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation exceeds the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period, the customer shall be billed for the net kWh supplied by the Corporation to the customer at the standard service class rates. For customers billed on Time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., on-Peak/Off-Peak, netting will occur in each time period. b) If the electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation during the billing period exceeds the electricity (kWh) supplied by the Corporation to the customer, a kWh credit will be carried forward for the next billing period. For customer billed on time-differentiated rates (TOU meter), e.g., on-Peak/Off-Peak, the kWh credit will be carried forward as a credit to the appropriate time period.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012

Leaf No. 160.39.11 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 22, 2011.
GENERAL INFORMATION

20. Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option (Cont’d) A. Residential (Cont’d) Upon the Corporation’s determination that the customer has taken service under this Section while in violation of the conditions of service set forth herein, the customer shall forfeit any positive balance accrued during the annual period in which the violation occurred. Pursuant to the Standard Interconnection Requirements set forth within Addendum-SIR of PSC No.19, customers are responsible for providing all meter boxes and sockets. In the event that RG&E determines that it is necessary to install a dedicated transformer or transformers, or other equipment to protect the safety and adequacy of electric service provided to other customers, the customer-generator shall pay for the cost of installing the transformer or transformers, or other equipment up to a maximum amount of $350.00. The Corporation will not charge any additional micro-hydroelectric electric specific interconnection costs incurred by RG&E other than $350.00 for dedicated transformers, or other equipment, if necessary. Customers are responsible for any costs related to the installation of their micro-hydroelectric generating equipment. Notwithstanding the provisions herein, residential micro-hydroelectric electric customers are responsible for meeting all otherwise applicable provisions and requirements of PSC 19. B. Non-Residential Applicable to any Non-Residential Customer who owns or operates micro-hydroelectric generating equipment located and used at his or her premises. Micro-hydroelectric generating equipment is defined as a hydroelectric system with a rated capacity of not more than two thousand (2000) kilowatts; that is manufactured, installed and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards. Such system must be connected to the customer’s electric system and operated in accordance with applicable government and industry standards, that is connected to the electric system and operated in conjunction with an electric corporation's transmission and distribution facilities, and that is operated in compliance with any standards and requirements established under this section. Application of the Micro-hydroelectric Electric Service Option will be available to eligible customers, on a first come, first served basis, until the total rated generating capacity for solar, farm waste, MCHP, fuel cell electric generating equipment and micro-hydroelectric electric generating equipment owned, leased or operated by customer-generators in RG&E’s service area is equivalent to 16,250 kW (one percent of RG&E’s electric demand for the year 2005) and is available only in non-network areas of the Corporation’s territory. Customers electing service under this provision must execute a New York State Standardized Contract for Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units with Capacity of 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems (“SIR Contract”). In addition, customers must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in the New York State Standard Interconnection Requirements and Application Process for New Distributed Generators 2 MW or Less Connected in Parallel with Utility Distribution Systems, as set forth within Addendum-SIR of Schedule PSC 19. For a net metered customer, the Corporation will install one meter appropriate for the customer’s service classification that enables the Corporation to measure the electricity delivered to the customer and measure the electricity supplied by the customer to the Corporation. Where the Corporation determines that a second meter should be installed, no additional costs shall be billed to the customer. When a second meter is requested by the customer that is not required by the Corporation, the customer will be responsible for the cost of the meter, the installation and any additional costs.
ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010
Issued in compliance with the Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 161 Revision: 9 Superseding Revision: 7

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR: All purposes, in Entire Territory, by single family residential customers in single family dwellings, individual flats or apartments, also for all electricity utilized exclusively in connection with any post or hall owned or leased by a notfor-profit corporation that is a veterans' organization, for all electricity utilized exclusively in connection with religious purposes by any corporation or association organized and conducted in good faith for religious purposes and for all electricity utilized exclusively in a community residence for the mentally disabled as defined in Subdivisions 28, 28-a and 28-b of Section 1.03 of the Mental Hygiene Law, provided, however, that such facilities shall be operated by a not-for-profit corporation, and, if supervisory staff is on site twenty four hours per day, the residence must provide living accommodations for 14 or fewer residents. This classification is available to all such customers providing but one meter for the above service is used. CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle; 120/240, 120/208 volts, single phase. Three phase service will not be rendered under this Service Classification except to qualified veterans' organizations, religious organizations or community residences for the mentally disabled receiving such service hereunder. SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS: Customers served under this Service Classification may select from two different Supply Service Options as described below. RG&E will offer a Retail Access rate choice and a Non-Retail Access rate choice. The Retail Access choice is the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). The Non-Retail choice is the RG&E Supply Service (RSS). RG&E will provide only delivery service for the Retail Access choice. Electricity supply is provided by an Energy Services Company (“ESCO”). RG&E will provide delivery service and commodity service for the Non-Retail Access choice. ESCO Supply Service (ESS): This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge ( Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), and a Bill Issuance Charge. Customers that elect ESS and receive a Consolidated Bill will not be subject to the Bill Issuance Charge. An Energy Service Services Company (“ESCO”) provides Electric Power Supply to the customer. RG&E provides the delivery service only.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010
Issued in compliance with the Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 161.1 Revision: 10 Superseding Revision: 8

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE (Cont’d) 1. ESCO Supply Service Option (ESS) (Cont’d) RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges: Effective Date 9/1/11 $21.38 $0.03307

Customer Charge Energy Delivery Charge All kilowatthours, per kWh

9/26/10 $21.38 $0.03125

9/1/12 $21.38 $0.03572

System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh

Per SBC Statement

Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh
POR Administration Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Bill Issuance Charge (per bill):

Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4
Per POR Statement, as described in Rule 4

$0.95, as described in Rule 11.F

Transition Charge (“TC”), or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per TC Statement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

Leaf No. 161.1.1 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE (Cont’d) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: Septmber 26, 2010
Issued in compliance with the Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 161.2 Revision: 11 Superseding Revision: 8

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE (Cont’d) 2. RG&E Supply Service (RSS)
This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B), a Bill Issuance Charge and a commodity charge that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC). The commodity charge will reflect a managed mix of supply resources. Electricity supply is provided by RG&E.

RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges: 9/26/10 $21.38 $0.03125 Effective Date 9/1/11 $21.38 $0.03307 Per SBC Statement Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4 Per MFC Statement, as described in Rule 12 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F. 9/1/12 $21.38 $0.03572

Customer Charge Energy Delivery Charge All kilowatthours, per kWh System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Merchant Function Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Bill Issuance Charge (per bill)

Transition Charge (“TC”, or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per TC Statement. Electricity Supply Charge:
The charge for Electric Power Supply provided by RG&E will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components: Energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy, Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge. On a monthly basis, RG&E will pass through to these customers the impact of any hedge position entered into on behalf of such customers through an adjustment to the applicable variable commodity charge as described in Section 12.C.2. MINIMUM CHARGE: The minimum charge for service under this Service Classification is the monthly Customer Charge plus the Bill Issuance Charge, if applicable, as listed for each Supply Service Option. SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be added to the Energy Charge for Delivery Service under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See TSAS Statement. REVENUE DECOUPLING MECHANISM (“RDM”): All customers taking service under this Service Classification will be subject to a RDM adjustment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See RDM Statement. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (“MFC”): The Merchant Function Charge reflects the administrative costs of obtaining electricity supply. All customers taking supply service under this Service Classification with RG&E will be subject to a MFC charge (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See MFC Statement. INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: All rates and charges under this Service Classification are increased by the applicable effective percentage shown in Rule 4.J. for service supplied within the municipality where the customer is taking service. ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 161.2.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 4 Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 Superseding Revision: 3 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE (Cont’d)

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE (Cont d)

Leaf No. 161.3 Revision: 8 Superseding Revision: 6

Reserved for Future USe

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

Leaf No. 162 Revision: 8 Superseding Revision: 7

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 (Cont'd) RESIDENTIAL SERVICE Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

Leaf No. 163 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 (Cont'd) RESIDENTIAL SERVICE TERMS OF PAYMENT: All bills are rendered at the above rate. A late payment charge of one and one-half percent (1 1/2%) per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the "last day to pay" date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C.2. TERM: Service may be discontinued upon three days' written notice to the Company.

SPECIAL PROVISIONS: 1. Nonresidential Use In buildings primarily intended for residential purposes where not more than two rooms are used for business or for professional purposes, this classification will apply to both uses, provided the total connected load of such nonresidential use does not exceed 2000 watts. Multiple-family Dwellings In multiple-family dwellings, with not more than four family units, where each living unit is separately metered and billed on this classification, the incidental electricity used in common by all of the family units, such as hall, cellar or stair lighting, (but excluding water heating, space heating equipment, air conditioning equipment, laundry equipment and other motor driven equipment), may be served under this classification if metered with the use of one of the residential units.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 5, 2009

Leaf No. 163.1 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 (Cont'd) RESIDENTIAL SERVICE Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 5, 2009

Leaf No. 163.1.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 (Cont'd) RESIDENTIAL SERVICE Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 163.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 21, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE SPECIAL PROVISIONS (Cont’d)
3. Wind Electric Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Wind Electric Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 13 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 1. Electric Hybrid Generating System Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Electric Hybrid Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 17 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 1. Solar Residential Electric Service Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Solar Residential Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 14 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 1. Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 16 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 1. Micro-combined Heat and Power (MCHP) Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the MCHP Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 18 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 1. Fuel Cell Electric Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Fuel Cell Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 19 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 1. Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 20 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 1.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010
Issued in compliance with the Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 164 Revision: 13 Superseding Revision: 11
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2 GENERAL SERVICE - SMALL-USE

APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR:

All purposes, in Entire Territory, by any customer whose demands are or are estimated to be 12 kilowatts, or less, and whose consumption does not exceed 3,000 kilowatthours in each of four consecutive monthly billing periods.
CHARACTER OF SERVICE:

Continuous, Alternating Current 60 cycle; voltage and phase at the Company's option, as available and appropriate for the customer's requirements.
SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS:

Customers served under this Service Classification may select from two different Supply Service Options as described below. RG&E will offer a Retail Access rate choice and a Non-Retail Access rate choice. The Retail Access choice (see below) is the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). The Non-Retail choice is the (see below) is the RG&E Supply Service (RSS). RG&E will provide only delivery service for the Retail Access choice. Electricity supply is provided by an Energy Services Company (“ESCO”). RG&E will provide delivery service and commodity service for the Non-Retail Access choice.
1. ESCO Supply Service (ESS)

This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge ( Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), and a Bill Issuance Charge. Customers that elect ESS and receive a Consolidated Bill will not be subject to the Bill Issuance Charge. An Energy Service Services Company (“ESCO”) provides Electric Power Supply to the customer. RG&E provides the delivery service only. RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges: Effective Date 9/1/11 $21.38 $0.02476

Customer Charge Energy Delivery Charge All kilowatthours, per kWh System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh POR Administration Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh: Bill Issuance Charge (per bill):

9/26/10 $21.38 $0.02322

9/1/12 $21.38 $0.02701

Per SBC Statement

Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4

Per POR Statement, as described in Rule 4 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F.

Transition Charge (“TC”), or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge Statement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2

Leaf No. 164.1 Revision: 11 Superseding Revision: 10

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

GENERAL SERVICE - SMALL-USE (Cont’d) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010
Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 164.1.1 Revision: 7 Superseding Revision: 6

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2 GENERAL SERVICE - SMALL-USE (Cont’d)
2. RG&E Supply Service (RSS) This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (NonBypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), a Bill Issuance Charge, and a commodity charge that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC). The commodity charge will reflect a managed mix of supply resources. Delivery service and Electric Power Supply is provided by RG&E. RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges:

Customer Charge Energy Delivery Charge All kilowatthours, per kWh
Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Merchant Function Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Bill Issuance Charge (per bill):

9/26/10 $21.38 $0.02322

Effective Date 9/1/11 $21.38 $0.02476

9/1/12 $21.38 $0.02701

Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4 Per SBC Statement Per MFC Statement, as described in Rule 12 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F

Transition Charge (“TC”), or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge Statement.

Electricity Supply Charge:
The charge for Electric Power Supply provided by RG&E will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components: Energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy, Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge. On a monthly basis, RG&E will pass through to these customers the impact of any hedge position entered into on behalf of such customers through an adjustment to the applicable variable commodity charge as described in Section 12.C.2.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2

Leaf No. 164.2 Revision: 8 Superseding Revision: 7

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

GENERAL SERVICE - SMALL-USE (Cont’d)
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2

Leaf No. 164.2.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

GENERAL SERVICE - SMALL-USE (Cont d)
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2

Leaf No. 164.3 Revision: 7 Superseding Revision: 4

GENERAL SERVICE - SMALL-USE (Cont d)
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 164.4 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 7 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 5 Issued in compliance with Commission Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2 GENERAL SERVICE - SMALL-USE (Cont’d)

MINIMUM CHARGE: The minimum charge for service under this Service Classification is the monthly Customer Charge plus the Bill Issuance Charge, if applicable, as listed for each Electricity Supply Pricing Option. SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be added to each customer bill for service under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See TSAS Statement. REVENUE DECOUPLING MECHANISM (“RDM”): All customers taking service under this Service Classification will be subject to a RDM adjustment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See RDM Statement. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (“MFC”): The Merchant Function Charge reflects the administrative costs of obtaining electricity supply. All customers taking supply service under this Service Classification with RG&E will be subject to a MFC charge (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 12.). See MFC Statement. INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: All rates and charges under this Service Classification are increased by the applicable effective percentage shown in Rule 4.J. for service supplied within the municipality where the customer is taking service. TERM OF PAYMENT: All bills are rendered at the above rate. A late payment charge of one and one- half percent (1 1/2%) per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the "last day to pay" date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C.2. TERM: Service may be discontinued upon three days' written notice to the Company. A customer who transfers to the NonRetail Access Rate from the Retail Access Rate must remain on the Non-Retail Access Rate for a minimum term of one year from the date of the transfer, unless service to the ESCO is discontinued in whole or significant part pursuant to Rule 11.D.10.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 165 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 7 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 6 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - SMALL USE SPECIAL PROVISIONS: 1. Change of Service Classification The Company will install a demand measuring device and provide service under Service Classification No. 7 - General Service - 12 kilowatts Minimum: a. b. Whenever it is determined that the customer is using, or might use, more than 12 kilowatts of billing demand, or Whenever the customer's consumption during the preceding 12 months has exceeded 3,000 kilowatthours in each of four consecutive monthly billing periods, or 6,000 kilowatthours in two bi-monthly billing periods.

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Economic Development Zone Rider New service under this rider will no longer be available to customers whose zone certificate includes an initial date of eligibility after January 1, 2005. Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Economic Development Zone Rider. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under General Information Section 4.L.2 shall pay for service at the following rate: RATE: (per month) Customer Charge: Energy Charge: All kilowatthours, per kilowatthour: Rate $19.00 .05071

For customers qualifying for the EDZ program the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply. All customers will be required to pay the System Benefits Charges, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, and Revenue Decoupling Mechanism in accordance with the standard RSS rates for this Service Classification.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 5, 2009

Leaf No. 165.1 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - SMALL USE Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 165.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 3 Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 21, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2 GENERAL SERVICE – SMALL USE SPECIAL PROVISIONS (Cont’d) 3. Wind Electric Service Option
This option is for a customer qualifying for the Wind Electric Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 13 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 2. 4. Electric Hybrid Generating System Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Electric Hybrid Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 17 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 2. Solar Non-Residential Electric Service Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Solar Non-Residential Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 15 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 2. Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 16 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 2. Fuel Cell Electric Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Fuel Cell Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 19 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 2. Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 20 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 2.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 166 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 13 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 11 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR:

All purposes, in Entire Territory, by any customer with a measured demand of not less than 100 kilowatts during any three of the previous 12 months.
CHARACTER OF SERVICE:

Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle; voltage and phase at the Company's option, as available and appropriate for the customer's requirements.
SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS:

Customers served under this Service Classification may select from two different Supply Service Options as described below. RG&E will offer a Retail Access rate choice and a Non-Retail Access rate choice. The Retail Access choice (see below) is the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). The Non-Retail choice is the (see below) is the RG&E Supply Service (RSS). RG&E will provide only delivery service for the Retail Access choice. Electricity supply is provided by an Energy Services Company (“ESCO”). RG&E will provide delivery service and commodity service for the Non-Retail Access choice.
1. ESCO Supply Service (ESS)

This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge ( Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), and a Bill Issuance Charge. Customers that elect ESS and receive a Consolidated Bill will not be subject to the Bill Issuance Charge. An Energy Service Services Company (“ESCO”) provides Electric Power Supply to the customer. RG&E provides the delivery service only. RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges: Effective Date 9/1/11 $162.50 $15.18

Customer Charge Energy Delivery Charge All kilowatts, per kW System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh

9/26/10 $147.84 $14.83

9/1/12 $184.18 $15.69

Per SBC Statement

Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh
POR Administration Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh: Bill Issuance Charge (per bill): Meter Charge:

Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4
Per POR Statement, as described in Rule 4 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F. As specified in the Meter Charge section of this Service Classification. Per Transition Charge Statements.

Transition Charge (“TC”, or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]):
All kilowatthours, per kWh

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

Leaf No. 166.1 Revision: 11 Superseding Revision: 10 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3

GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM (Cont’d)

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010
Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 166.1.1 Revision: 7 Superseding Revision: 6

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM (Cont’d)
2. RG&E Supply Service (RSS) This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (NonBypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), a Bill Issuance Charge, and a commodity charge that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC). Electricity supply is provided by RG&E. RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month)

Customer Charge Energy Delivery Charge All kilowatts, per kW
System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Merchant Function Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh: Bill Issuance Charge (per bill): Meter Charge:

9/26/10 $147.84 $14.83

Effective Date 9/1/11 $162.50 $15.18

9/1/12 $184.18 $15.69

Per SBC Statement Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4 Per MFC Statement, as described in Rule 12 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F. As specified in the Meter Charge section of this Service Classification.

Transition Charge (“TC”), or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge Statements. Electricity Supply Charge: The charge for Electric Power Supply provided by RG&E will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components: Energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy, Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3

Leaf No. 166.2 Revision: 6 Superseding Revision: 4

GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM (Cont d)

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3

Leaf No. 166.2.1 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM (Cont’d) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3

Leaf No. 166.3 Revision: 8 Superseding Revision: 6

GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM (Cont d)

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010

Leaf No. 166.4 Revision: 6 Superseding Revision: 4

Issued in compliance with Commission Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM (Cont’d)

METER CHARGE: The following charges are applicable to a customer taking service under this Service Classification. Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase)

$8.69 $8.69 $8.69

$16.95 $16.95 $16.95

$1.84 $1.84 $1.84

SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be added to each customer bill for service under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See TSAS Statement.

INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: All rates and charges under this Service Classification are increased by the applicable effective percentage shown in Rule 4.J. for service supplied within the municipality where the customer is taking service. REVENUE DECOUPLING MECHANISM (“RDM”): All customers taking service under this Service Classification will be subject to a RDM adjustment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See RDM Statement. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (“MFC”): The Merchant Function Charge reflects the administrative costs of obtaining electricity supply. All customers taking supply service under this Service Classification with RG&E will be subject to a MFC charge (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 12). See MFC Statement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 167 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case No. 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM MINIMUM DELIVERY DEMAND CHARGE: Effective 9/26/2010: The minimum monthly delivery demand charge is $3.13 per kilowatt of service capacity contracted for, but not less than $313.00. Effective 9/01/2011: The minimum monthly delivery demand charge is $3.20 per kilowatt of service capacity contracted for, but not less than $320.00. Effective 9/01/2012: The minimum monthly delivery demand charge is $3.31 per kilowatt of service capacity contracted for, but not less than $331.00. Whenever the monthly maximum demand registered and seasonally adjusted exceeds the service capacity contracted for, the customer's service capacity shall be automatically increased to such seasonally adjusted demand and the service capacity thus established may not be reduced during the next succeeding 11 months. The seasonally adjusted demand shall be determined by multiplying the monthly maximum demand registered by a factor of 1.00 for the Summer Season, a factor of .75 for the Winter Season and a factor of .85 for the Base Season. DETERMINATION OF BILLING DEMAND: 1. The billing demand will be the measured maximum 30-minute integrated demand occurring during the monthly period for which bill is rendered. 2. Whenever it is determined that the hours' use is less than 250 hours, the billing demand shall be determined by multiplying the metered demand by the following factor: [.5 + ((.002)(Hours Use))] DEFINITION OF SEASONS: Summer: Winter: Base: June 1 - September 30, inclusive. December 1 - February 28/29, inclusive. All other days.

HIGH VOLTAGE OPTION: Where service at a higher than secondary voltage (4,160 volts or above) is available, and where the customer elects to be served thereby, and the customer will at his own expense provide, install and maintain the necessary transformers and protective devices of a size and type approved by the Company, a high voltage discount will apply. HIGH VOLTAGE DISCOUNT: A high voltage discount will apply to customers taking service at 4,160 volts or above. The High Voltage Delivery Demand Charge Discount is equal to the above Delivery Demand Charge less $0.60 per kilowatt of billed demand. The delivery demand charge stated under MINIMUM DELIVERY DEMAND CHARGE shall be discounted respectively, less $0.60 per kilowatt and less $60.00. TERMS OF PAYMENT: All bills are rendered at the above rate. A late payment charge of one and one-half percent (1-1/2%) per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the "last day to pay" date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C.2. ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 168 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 4 Initial Effective Date: November1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 3 Issued in compliance with order in Case 11-E-0176 dated September 19, 2011. SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM

TERM: One year and thereafter until terminated by 30 days' written notice. However, when the amount of investment required or other conditions of service arc such as to warrant, the Company, with the permission of the Public Service Commission, may agree with the customer to render service at rates from time to time effective for a longer term. SPECIAL PROVISIONS: 1. Submetering Service Electric service under this service classification is available to any customer who qualifies for a submetering option as provided for under Rule 2.E.2. Change of Service Classification The Company will provide service under Service Classification No. 8 - General Service - 300 kilowatts minimum whenever it is determined that the customer is using, or might use, 300 kilowatts or more of billing demand during any three months in an annual period.
Recharge New York (“RNY”) Power Program

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Customers who qualify for the Recharge NY Power Program pursuant to Section L.5 of the General Information Section of this Schedule, will have such power billed in accordance with the provisions therein. The customer's power requirements in excess of the RNY Power allocation will be billed in accordance with the ESCO Supply Service rate or the RG&E Supply Service rate of this Service Classification.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 169 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 9 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 7 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Cont'd) 4. Economic Development Programs A) Economic Development Zone Rider (EDZ)

New service under this rider will no longer be available to customers whose zone certificate includes an initial date of eligibility after January 1, 2005.
Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Economic Development Zone Rider. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under General Information Section 4.L.2 shall pay for service at the following rate: RATE: (per month) Customer Charge: Demand Charge: All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand Energy Charge: All kilowatthours, per kilowatthour $80.00 $5.15 $0.04112

For customers qualifying for the EDZ program the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply. All customers will be required to pay the System Benefits Charges, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, and Revenue Decoupling Mechanism in accordance with the standard RSS rates for this Service Classification.

EDZ customers with less than 100% of their load served under EDZ rates will be billed at the RG&E Supply Service option for the non-EDZ portion and charged accordingly.
B) Empire Zone Rate (EZR) Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Empire Zone Rate. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under General Information Section 4.L.4 shall pay for service at the following rate: RATE: (per month)
For customers qualifying for the EZR program, the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply. All customers will be required to pay Commodity, Merchant Function and Bill Issuance Charges, if applicable, System Benefits Charge, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, and Revenue Decoupling Mechanism in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification.

Customer Charge Demand Charge: All Kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand

9/26/10 $147.84 $6.92

Effective Date 9/1/11 $162.50 $6.75

9/1/12 $184.18 $6.48

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 169.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 7 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 5 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM

4. Economic Development Programs (Cont’d) B) Empire Zone Rate (EZR)
Metering Charges: Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase)

$8.69 $8.69 $8.69

$16.95 $16.95 $16.95

Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary $1.84 Secondary (Polyphase) $1.84 Primary (Polyphase) $1.84

EZR customers will be offered two supply service options and charged in accordance with their choice: 1. ESCO Supply Service 2. RG&E Supply Service

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 169.1.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 3 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM 5. Incremental Load Rate (ILR)

Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Incremental Load Rate. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under Rule 4.L.1.A of this tariff, shall pay for service for its eligible load at the following rate: RATE: (per month)
For customers qualifying for the ILR program, the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply. All customers will be required to pay Commodity, Merchant Function and Bill Issuance Charges, if applicable, System Benefits Charge, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, and Revenue Decoupling Mechanism in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification.

Customer Charge Demand Charge: All kilowatts, per kW of billing demand

9/26/10 $147.84 $10.87

Effective Date 9/01/11 $162.50 $10.97

9/01/12 $184.18 $11.09

Metering Charges: Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase)

$8.69 $8.69 $8.69

$16.95 $16.95 $16.95

Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary $1.84 Secondary (Polyphase) $1.84 Primary (Polyphase) $1.84

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

Leaf No. 169.2 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM 5. Incremental Load Rate (ILR) (Cont d)

ILR customers will be offered two supply service options and charged in accordance with their choice: 1. ESCO Supply Service 2. RG&E Supply Service

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2008 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 02-E-0198 dated May 23, 2008

Leaf No. 169.3 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM 6. NYISO Emergency Demand Response Program Rider Any Customer that is taking service under this service classification and is participating in the NYISO's Emergency Demand Response Program ("EDRP"), as provided in the NYISO s Services Tariff as an EDRP Load, is eligible for service under this rider. The Customer must submit to the Company an application for service under this Rider. The Company will process the Customer applica tion in no more than seven (7) days after submission of a completed application, subject to any processing time required by the NYISO. Participation in the EDRP is voluntary and no penalties will be assessed for the failure to curtail load.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: October 2, 2006

Leaf No. 170 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Cont'd) 6. NYISO Emergency Demand Response Program Rider (Cont'd) b) Emergency Demand Response Period Notification The Company will notify Customers served under this Rider when the NYISO declares an emergency, in accordance with Attachment G to NYISO s Services Tariff. Notice shall be provided by telephone, email, facsimile and/or other electronic means, as agreed upon by the Company and the Customer. Notification will occur approximately 2 hours prior to the need for load reduction by Customers. The Company shall endeavor to provide earlier notification when possible, but shorter notification periods may be necessary. The Company will also notify customers served under this Rider when the NYISO declares the emergency to be over. Reductions to the load served by the Company by Customers under this Rider in response to NYISO-declared emergencies will be voluntary. In order to receive payments under this Rider, Customers must be able to demonstrate that their load curtailment or operation of emergency generating equipment was in effect for the entire period of each NYISO-declared emergency. The Customer shall designate in writing an authorized representative and an alternate representative to receive the notice. c) Rates and Payments Customers taking service under this Rider will pay the rates and charges that would otherwise be applicable under this service classification and will be subject to all other terms and conditions of this service classification. The Company will make payment for load reductions to a Customer taking service under this Rider and for which the Company can verify load reduction during the Emergency Demand Response Periods. Upon Company verification of load reduction, the Company shall pay the Customer at least 90% of the NYISO payment for each event. The NYISO payment will be the higher of $500 per MWh or the zonal real-time Locational-Based Marginal Price (LBMP) per MWh of demand reduced . If NYISO activates the EDRP for four hours or less, the NYISO will pay the higher of $500 per MWh or the zonal real-time LBMP per Mwh of demand reduced, for the duration of the EDRP activation or two hours, whichever is greater. The load reduction in each hour for which payment will be made under this Rider will be measured in accordance with the CBL methodology contained in the NYISO EDRP Operating Manual. d) Metering and Meter Data Provision The participating Customer must utilize interval metering. If the Customer does not currently have interval metering, the Customer will be responsible for all metering and communication costs not otherwise covered by the Company, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) or any other source. If a customer has an on-site generator, the generator must have a certified interval meter. The meter must be ANSI standard and a professional engineer must certify the meter and installation. 7. Competitive Metering A Customer taking service under this service classification which has a measured demand of 50 kW or greater for two consecutive months during the most recent 12 months is eligible to contract with a qualified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and a qualified Meter Data Service Provider (MDSP) to provide meter services and meter data services, in accordance with Rule 3.E.4 and Rule 4.A.3 of this tariff. Meter service and meter data service will be provided in accordance with Addendum MET to this tariff. Each month, a Customer receiving meter service and meter data service from a MSP and/or MDSP will not be charged the meter ownership, meter service and meter data service charges. ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

Leaf No. 171 Revision: 0 Superseding Revision:

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Cont'd) 8. NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider Any Customer that is taking service under this service classification and is participating in the NYISO's Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program is eligible for service under this rider. a) Term The Demand Reduction Incentive Payments offered under this rider will expire on October 31, 2003.

b) Demand Reduction Provider Customers taking service under this rider are responsible for enrolling with a NYISO approved Demand Reduction Provider ("DRP"). A DRP is an entity qualified pursuant to NYISO procedures that bids Demand Side Resources of at least 1 MW. The DRP shall aggregate the loads received from Demand Side Resources. The DRP shall, if necessary, pro-rate the demand reduction bids in order to submit bids in the whole MWs required by the NYISO. RG&E will function as a DRP. Customers taking service under this rider will sign an agreement with RG&E. c) Demand Side Resources Demand Side Resources ("DSR") are customers that are capable of reducing demand in a responsive, measurable and verifiable manner within time limits, are qualified to participate in the program, and have signed an agreement with RG&E.

d) Registration Procedures The DSR will enter into a signed agreement with RG&E specifying the terms under which the DSR will participate in the program. This agreement will include information needed by the NYISO for program administration. The data required will include at least the organization name, an administrative contact, 7x24 operations contacts, the LBMP zone and/or sub-zone, and billing meter number. RG&E will provide the DSR with the appropriate zonal designation. e) Metering and Meter Data Provision DSRs taking service under the Demand Reduction Program will be required to have an interval-billing meter. If the DSR does not already have an interval meter, it must acquire one per general information section 3.E of this tariff. Customers will bear the cost of such metering equipment only to the extent that it is not covered by NYSERDA.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

Leaf No. 172 Revision: 0 Superseding Revision:

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Cont'd) 8. NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider (continued) f) Bidding by the DSR 1.) The DSR will submit its demand reduction bids to the DRP in accordance with the agreement. 2.) Bids must be submitted to the DRP by 11:00 a.m. two days ahead of the curtailment day, (e.g. by 11:00 a.m. on Monday for Wednesday). However, bids for Saturday and Sunday must be submitted by 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, and bids for Monday and Tuesday must be submitted by 11:00 a.m. on Friday. 3.) Bids must be submitted in blocks in accordance with the agreement between the DSR and the DRP. 4.) Bids must be submitted in dollar and/or cents increments per KW for the desired block(s) of time in accordance with the agreement between the DSR and the DRP. 5.) The DSR could include a curtailment initiation cost as an integral part of their bid. 6.) The DSR will submit bids that the DRP will aggregate into whole MW increments. i) DSRs must bid in 0.10 MW (100 KW) increments. ii) The 0.10 MW (100KW) units will be inclusive of the appropriate loss factor. iii) The 0.10 MW (100KW) units may include the curtailment initiation factor. 7.) A bid can not be recalled or changed once it has been accepted by the DPR.

g) Bidding by the DRP The DRP must submit its demand reduction bid to the NYISO in whole MW units. The DRP will aggregate the DSR bids, at each price level bid by the DSRs, into whole MW units. In the event that the total aggregated demand reduction bid by the DSRs does not total to a whole MW unit, the individual DSR demand reduction bids will be pro-rated downward so that the total DRP bid will total to the next lowest whole MW (e.g. DSR bids that totaled 2.3 MW would be pro-rated so that the total DRP bid was 2.0 MW). The DRP will aggregate bids from all of the service classifications at each price level. The DRP will be notified of the acceptance of the bid by the NYISO one day ahead. The DRP will notify the DSR upon receipt of notification of the acceptance of a bid by the NYISO on the day prior to the day of the curtailment.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 5, 2009

Leaf No. 173 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Cont'd) 8. NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider (continued) h) DSR Customer Baseline Load and Actual Consumption The DSR Customer Baseline Load ("CBL") is an average hourly energy consumption that is used to determine the level of curtailment for each individual DSR. The CBL will be calculated according to the NYISO Day-Ahead Response Program Manual that is posted on the NYISO's web-site. The DRP shall submit demand reduction bids to the NYISO. All DSRs whose bids are included, in whole or in part, in the DRP's demand reduction bid that is scheduled and accepted by the NYISO, are expected to reduce their real-time energy consumption by the amount of the bid accepted by the DRP. The amount of actual real-time curtailment determined for a DSR will be equal to its CBL less its actual real-time consumption during the specified curtailment. i) Payment by DSR DSRs taking service under this rider will pay the rates and charges that would otherwise be applicable under this service classification and will be subject to all other terms and conditions of this service classification. Failure to pay any charges associated with service under this service classification, including any penalties charged per section (k) of this rider, will result in the rescinding the DSR's right to participate in this program. Payment to DSR The DRP will be paid by the NYISO in accordance with the NYISO Day-Ahead Demand Response Program Manual. The DSR will receive a rebate equal to 90% of the rate paid to the DRP by the NYISO for the amount of its demand reduction bid that was accepted by the DRP.

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k) Non-Performance Penalties For DSRs who fail to comply with a scheduled NYISO curtailment, non-conformance penalties, as described in the NYISO Day-Ahead Demand Response Program Manual, will apply. These penalties will initially be charged to the DRP by the NYISO, and will be passed along, in their entirety to the noncomplying DSRs. 9. Solar Non-Residential Electric Service Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Solar Non-Residential Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 15 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 3. Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 16 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 3.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 5, 2009

Leaf No. 173.1 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 173.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 21, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 3 GENERAL SERVICE – 100 KILOWATTS MINIMUM SPECIAL PROVISIONS (Cont’d)
10. Wind Electric Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Wind Electric Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 13 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 3. Electric Hybrid Generating System Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Electric Hybrid Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 17 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 3. Fuel Cell Electric Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Fuel Cell Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 19 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 3. Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 20 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 3.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: November 1, 2010
Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 174 Revision: 15 Superseding Revision: 14

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE
APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR: All purposes, in Entire Territory, by any customer who would otherwise be served under Service Classification No. 1 of this schedule. The use of this service is voluntary for all customers. CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle; 120/240, 120/208 volts, single phase. Three phase service will not be rendered under this Service Classification, except as noted under Service Classification No. 1. DETERMINATION OF RATE SCHEDULE: Customers with annual consumption up to and including 24,750 kWh will be served under Rate Schedule I. Customers with annual consumption exceeding 24,750 kWh will be served under Rate Schedule II. SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS: Customers served under this Service Classification may select from two different Supply Service Options as described below. RG&E will offer a Retail Access rate choice and a Non-Retail Access rate choice. The Retail Access choice (see below) is the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). The Non-Retail choice is the (see below) is the RG&E Supply Service (RSS). RG&E will provide only delivery service for the Retail Access choice. Electricity supply is provided by an Energy Services Company (“ESCO”). RG&E will provide delivery service and commodity service for the Non-Retail Access choice. 1. ESCO Supply Service (ESS) This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), and a Bill Issuance charge. Customers that elect ESS and receive a Consolidated Bill will not be subject to the Bill Issuance Charge. An Energy Service Services Company (“ESCO”) provides Electric Power Supply to the customer. RG&E provides the delivery service only. RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Schedule I 9/26/10 Customer Charge Meter Charge Energy Delivery Charge (On-Peak) All kilowatthours, per kWh Energy Delivery Charge (Off-Peak) All kilowatthours, per kWh Schedule II 9/26/10 Customer Charge Meter Charge Energy Delivery Charge (On-Peak) All kilowatthours, per kWh Energy Delivery Charge (Off-Peak) All kilowatthours, per kWh Delivery Charges (Applies to Schedules I and II): System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh POR Administration Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh: Bill Issuance Charge (per bill): $24.86 $3.98 $0.04486 $0.04486 $21.38 $3.98 $0.03483 $0.03483

Effective Date 9/01/11 $21.38 $3.98 $0.03638 $0.03638 Effective Date 9/01/11 $24.86 $3.98 $0.04646 $0.04646

9/01/12 $21.38 $3.98 $0.03863 $0.03863

9/01/12 $24.86 $3.98 $0.04879 $0.04879

Per SBC Statement Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4 Per POR Statement, as described in Rule 4 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F.

Transition Charge (“TC”), or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge Statement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4

Leaf No. 174.1 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont d)

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

Leaf No. 174.1.1 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d)
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4

Leaf No. 174.2 Revision: 7 Superseding Revision: 5

RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont d)
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

Leaf No. 174.2.1 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d)

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010
Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 174.3 Revision: 9 Superseding Revision: 7

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d)

2.

RG&E Supply Service (RSS)
This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (NonBypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), a Bill Issuance Charge and a commodity charge that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC). The commodity charge will reflect a managed mix of supply resources. Electricity supply is provided by RG&E. RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges: Schedule I 9/26/10 Customer Charge Meter Charge Energy Delivery Charge (On-Peak)
All kilowatthours, per kWh Energy Delivery Charge (Off-Peak) All kilowatthours, per kWh

$21.38 $3.98 $0.03483
$0.03483

Effective Date 9/01/11 $21.38 $3.98 $0.03638
$0.03638

9/01/12 $21.38 $3.98 $0.03863
$0.03863

Schedule II 9/26/10 Customer Charge Meter Charge Energy Delivery Charge (On-Peak)
All kilowatthours, per kWh

$24.86 $3.98 $0.04486 $0.04486

Effective Date 9/01/11 $24.86 $3.98 $0.04646 $0.04646

9/01/12 $24.86 $3.98 $0.04879 $0.04879

Energy Delivery Charge (Off-Peak)
All kilowatthours, per kWh

Applies to Schedules I and II: System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Merchant Function Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Bill Issuance Charge (per bill):

Per SBC Statement

Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4

Per MFC Statement, as described in Rule 12 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F.

Transition Charge (“TC”, or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge Statement Electricity Supply Charge: The charge for Electric Power Supply provided by RG&E will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components: Energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy, Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge. On a monthly basis, RG&E will pass through to these customers the impact of any hedge position entered into on behalf of such customers through an adjustment to the applicable variable commodity charge as described in Section 12.C.2. ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4

Leaf No. 175 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Con t) DEFINITION OF HOURS: Peak Hours: Peak hours are defined as the hours between 7:00 am and 9:00 pm, Monday through Friday. All remaining hours are defined as "off-peak" hours.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 176 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 10 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 8 Issued in compliance with Commission Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4 (Cont'd) RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE

MINIMUM CHARGE: The minimum charge for service under this Service Classification is the monthly Customer Charge plus the monthly meter charge, plus the Bill Issuance Charge, if applicable, as listed for each Electricity Supply Pricing Option.
SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be added to each customer bill for service under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See TSAS Statement. REVENUE DECOUPLING MECHANISM (“RDM”): All customers taking service under this Service Classification will be subject to a RDM adjustment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See RDM Statement. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (“MFC”): The Merchant Function Charge reflects the administrative costs of obtaining electricity supply. All customers taking supply service under this Service Classification with RG&E will be subject to a MFC charge (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 12.). See MFC Statement.

INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: The rates and charges under this Service Classification, including any adjustments, systems benefits charge and minimum charge, are increased by the applicable effective aggregate percentage shown in Rule 4.J. for service supplied within the municipality where the customer is taking service. TERMS OF PAYMENT: All bills are rendered at the above rate. A late payment charge of one and one-half percent (1 1/2%) per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the "last day to pay" date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C.2. TERM: Service may be discontinued upon three days' written notice to the Company. A customer who transfers to the NonRetail Access Rate from the Retail Access Rate must remain on the Non-Retail Access Rate for a minimum term of one year from the date of the transfer, unless service to the ESCO is discontinued in whole or significant part pursuant to Rule 11.D.10.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 5, 2009

Leaf No. 177 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4 (Cont'd) RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE SPECIAL PROVISIONS: 1. Nonresidential Use In buildings primarily intended for residential purposes where not more than two rooms are used for business or for professional purposes, this classification will apply to both uses, provided the total connected load of such nonresidential use does not exceed 2,000 watts. Multiple-family Dwelling In multiple-family dwellings, with not more than four family units, where each living unit is separately metered and billed on this classification, the incidental electricity used in common by all of the residents, such as hall, cellar or stair lighting, (but excluding water heating, space heating, air conditioning, laundry equipment and the like), may be served under this classification if metered with the use of one of the residential units.

2.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: July 1, 2009

Leaf No. 178 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4 (Cont d) RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont d) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Cont d) 3. Solar Residential Electric Service Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Solar Residential Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 14 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 4.
The following generation credit allocations reflect a pro ration to peak and off -peak energy based upon the number of hours in each month the PV ge neration is estimated to occur during the peak and off -peak periods. The PV meter outflow is allocated to the various time -differentiated periods according to the allocation factors below and will be prorated for billing periods which cover more than one month. Month January February March April May June July August September October November December Percentage Peak 71.4% 71.4% 71.4% 71.4% 70.7% 65.9% 67.1% 68.4% 69.8% 71.4% 71.4% 71.4% Off 28.6% 28.6% 28.6% 28.6% 29.3% 34.1% 32.9% 31.6% 30.2% 28.6% 28.6% 28.6%

4.

Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 16 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 4. If electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation is not metered for the time-differentiated periods, an allocation to each TOU period will be done according to allocation factors as described herein. Forty percent (40%) of the excess electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer will be considered On-Peak. Sixty percent (60%) of the the excess electricity (kWh) will be considered Off-Peak.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 5, 2009

Leaf No. 178.1 Revision: 6 Superseding Revision: 5

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4 (Cont d) RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont d) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 178.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 21, 2011 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 4 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE – TIME-OF-USE RATE SPECIAL PROVISIONS (Cont’d) 5. Wind Electric Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Wind Electric Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 13 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 4. If electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation is not metered for the time-differentiated periods, an allocation to each TOU period will be done according to allocation factors as described herein. Forty percent (40%) of the excess electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer will be considered On-Peak. Sixty percent (60%) of the the excess electricity (kWh) will be considered Off-Peak.. Electric Hybrid Generating System Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Electric Hybrid Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 17 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 4. Micro-combined Heat and Power (MCHP) Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the MCHP Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 18 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 4. Fuel Cell Electric Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Fuel Cell Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 19 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 4. Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 20 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 4.

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9.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 5 BUY-BACK SERVICE

Leaf No. 179 Revision: 0 Superseding Revision:

APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR: Purchase of energy and capacity by the Company from a customer operating a qualifying generating facility of any size, subject to the Special Provisions of this Service Classification. Written application upon the Company’s prescribed forms is required. A customer, electing to engage in simultaneous purchase and sales of energy with the Company, may sell some, a portion, or all of its energy output to the Company under this Service Classification or under a Special Contract and may contract for its additional electrical requirements under the appropriate service classification. A customer operating a qualifying generating facility capable of electric generation in excess of 100 kilowatts (1) who agrees to provide firm service or (2) who has, in the opinion of the Company, an installation which requires special facilities; or (3) who desires a long-term contract, may negotiate a Special Contract with the Company. CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Continuous, alternating current - 60 cycle; voltage and phase at the Company’s option, as available and appropriate for the customer's requirements.

(Continued on next leaf)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 180 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 5 (Cont’d) BUY-BACK SERVICE RATE TO BE PAID BY THE CORPORATION: (Per Month) Energy Payment
n

Σ
h=1

((Day Ahead LBMPh * Sh) + (Real Time LBMPh * (Qh-Sh)) – Incurred Costh

Whereby: 1) If the customer’s generator is PTID Eligible but has not obtained a PTID Day Ahead Locational Based Marginal Price (“Day Ahead LBMPh”) is the NYISO hourly Day Ahead LBMP applicable to the lowest priced generator bus in the same zone as the customer’s generator: Hourly Real Time Locational Based Marginal Price ("Real Time LBMPh") is the NYISO hourly Real Time LBMP applicable to the lowest priced generator bus in the same zone as the customer’s generator;; Incurred Cost is any charges assessed by the NYISO applicable to the customer; Sh is the Cogenerated Energy quantity scheduled, in MWh, by NYSEG upon the written request of cogenerator, for each specific hour, in the NYISO in the Day Ahead market, whereas the cogenerator shall provide a written schedule by noon two business days prior to the day for which the schedule applies; Qh is the Cogenerated Energy quantity delivered, in MWh, to the Delivery Point for a specific hour; h is the respective hour in each month; and n is the number of hours in each month. 2) If the customer’s generator has a PTID Day Ahead Locational Based Marginal Price (“Day Ahead LBMPh”) is the NYISO hourly Day Ahead LBMP applicable to the customer’s generator bus;: Hourly Real Time Locational Based Marginal Price ("Real Time LBMPh") is the NYISO hourly Real Time LBMP applicable to the customer’s generator bus; Incurred Cost is any charges assessed by the NYISO applicable to the customer; Sh is the Cogenerated Energy quantity scheduled, in MWh, by NYSEG upon the written request of cogenerator, for each specific hour, in the NYISO in the Day Ahead market, whereas the cogenerator shall provide a written schedule by noon two business days prior to the day for which the schedule applies; Qh is the Cogenerated Energy quantity delivered, in MWh, to the Delivery Point for a specific hour; h is the respective hour in each month; and n is the number of hours in each month.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 181 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 5 (Cont’d) BUY-BACK SERVICE RATE: (Per Month) (Cont’d) 3) If the customer’s generator is not PTID Eligible: Day Ahead Locational Based Marginal Price (“Day Ahead LBMPh”) is the NYISO hourly Day Ahead LBMP applicable to the NYISO Zone in which the customer’s generator is located Hourly Real Time Locational Based Marginal Price ("Real Time LBMPh") is the NYISO hourly Real Time LBMP applicable to the NYISO Zone in which the customer’s generator is located; Incurred Cost is any charges assessed by the NYISO applicable to the customer; Sh is the Cogenerated Energy quantity scheduled, in MWh, by NYSEG upon the written request of cogenerator, for each specific hour, in the NYISO in the Day Ahead market, whereas the cogenerator shall provide a written schedule by noon two business days prior to the day for which the schedule applies; Qh is the Cogenerated Energy quantity delivered, in MWh, to the Delivery Point for a specific hour; h is the respective hour in each month; and n is the number of hours in each month.

Capacity Payment, if applicable: (UCAPm * Capacitym) Unforced Capacity ("UCAPm") is the Market-Clearing Price of capacity in $/kW-month as determined from the NYISO's monthly UCAP Auction. Monthly Capacity ("Capacitym") is the Unforced Capacity (“UCAP”) recognized by the NYISO as applicable to capability requirements for the respective calendar month, as set forth in the NYISO Tariff, in kW.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 182 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 5 (Cont’d) BUY-BACK SERVICE RATE: (Per Month) (Cont’d) A customer taking service solely under this Service Classification shall pay the appropriate customer charges and demand charges listed in SC No. 14 Standby Service. (Continued on next leaf)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 183 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 5 (Cont'd) BUY-BACK SERVICE TERMS OF PAYMENT: All bills by Company and customer are rendered at the above rate. A late payment charge of one and one-half percent (1-1/2%) per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the “last day to pay” date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C.2. TERM: One year and thereafter until terminated by 30 days’ written notice. However, when the amount of investment required or other conditions of service are such as to warrant, the Company, with the permission of the Public Service Commission, may agree with the customer to render service at rates from time to time effective for a longer term. INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: The charges to be paid by customer under this service classification are increased by the applicable effective aggregate percentage shown in Rule 4.J for service supplied within the municipality where the customer is taking service. DETERMINATION OF DEMAND: The demand determination initially shall be the load specified in the customer’s application for service hereunder and shall be automatically increased to the highest 30-minute demand measured during the month.

DEFINITION OF HOURLY PERIODS: Peak Hours: Peak hours are defined as the hours between 7:00 am and 11:00 pm, Monday through Friday. All remaining hours are defined as “off-peak” hours. DEFINITION OF SEASONS: Summer: Winter: Base: June 1 – September 30, inclusive December 1 – February 28/29, inclusive. All other months

(Continued on next leaf)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 184 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 5 (Cont’d) BUY-BACK SERVICE Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 5 (Cont’d) BUY-BACK SERVICE

Leaf No. 185 Revision: 0 Superseding Revision:

SPECIAL PROVISIONS: 1. The customer's generating facility and the Company’s system shall be operated in parallel as required by and subject to customer's compliance with the Company’s design requirements and operating rules and procedures. The customer and the Company shall agree as to the manner of payments for interconnection costs which exceed the costs ordinarily incurred in rendering the same service under the applicable firm service classification. Upon the mutual agreement, the customer may select from the following options: (a) The Company will furnish, own, operate and maintain all special equipment, in return for which the customer, or its successors on the site, will pay a monthly charge of 1.5 percent of the total investment costs for the duration of its/their operations on the site, whether or not the equipment is in use. The customer will furnish, own and operate all special equipment and the Company will maintain such equipment, in return for which the customer, or its successors on the site, will pay a 9 percent annual operating charge based upon the customer's total investment in such interconnection equipment. The customer will furnish, own, operate and maintain all special equipment, provided that the equipment and maintenance are compatible for interconnected operations. Such equipment shall be made available for Company inspections as may reasonably be required.

(b)

(c)

If a customer objects to the Company’s calculations of the charge for interconnection costs, he may petition the Public Service Commission for a determination with regard thereto. 2. The Company will be relieved of its obligation to purchase energy during any period in which the Company suffers a system emergency. In such circumstances, the Company will notify the customer to cease supplying energy to the Company. For purposes of this provision, a system emergency is defined as a condition which is imminently likely to endanger life or property or result in significant disruption of service to any customer. (Continued on next leaf)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 186 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 5 (Cont’d) BUY-BACK SERVICE

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: November 1, 2010 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 6 AREA LIGHTING SERVICE
APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR:

Leaf No. 187 Revision: 10 Superseding Revision: 9

Outdoor lighting, in Entire Territory, installed on wood poles, when requested by property owners for private areas or within the area of an adjacent highway, subject to permission of the State of New York or other municipal authority having jurisdiction over the highway. This classification is not available for seasonal use.
CHARACTER OF SERVICE:

Unmetered service for dusk-to-dawn illumination, approximately 4,200 hours per year. Company will own, operate and maintain the facilities required. Customer may designate lamps and facilities as provided under Rate below.
SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS:

Customers served under this Service Classification may select from two different Supply Service Options as described below. RG&E will offer a Retail Access rate choice and a Non-Retail Access rate choice. The Retail Access choice is the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). The Non-Retail choice is the RG&E Supply Service (RSS). RG&E will provide only delivery service for the Retail Access choice. Electricity supply is provided by an Energy Services Company (“ESCO”). RG&E will provide delivery service and commodity service for the Non-Retail Access choice. 1. ESCO Supply Service (ESS)
This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), and a Bill Issuance charge. Customers that elect ESS and receive a Consolidated Bill will not be subject to the Bill Issuance Charge. An Energy Service Services Company (“ESCO”) provides Electric Power Supply to the customer. RG&E provides the delivery service only.

RATE: (Per Month) Delivery Charges: The Delivery Charges for Standard Fixture, Flood Fixture, and Shoebox Fixture are specified in the Delivery Charges section of this Service Classification. System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh POR Administration Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Bill Issuance Charge (per bill): Per SBC Statement

Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4

Per POR Statement, as described in Rule 4 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F.

Transition Charge (“TC”), or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge Statement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 6 AREA LIGHTING SERVICE (Cont d) Reserved for Future Use

Leaf No. 187.1 Revision: 7 Superseding Revision: 6

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 6 AREA LIGHTING SERVICE (Cont’d)
Reserved for Future Use

Leaf No. 187.1.1 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 6 AREA LIGHTING SERVICE (Cont’d)
Reserved for Future Use

Leaf No. 187.2 Revision: 6 Superseding Revision: 5

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 6 AREA LIGHTING SERVICE (Cont d) Reserved for Future Use

Leaf No. 187.2.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 187.3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 3 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 6 AREA LIGHTING SERVICE (Cont’d) 2. RG&E Supply Service (RSS)
This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (NonBypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), a Bill Issuance Charge and a commodity charge that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC). The commodity charge will reflect a managed mix of supply resources. Electricity supply is provided by RG&E.

RATE: (Per Month) Delivery Charges:
The Delivery Charges for Standard Fixture, Flood Fixture, and Shoebox Fixture are specified in the Delivery Charges section of this Service Classification. System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Merchant Function Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh: Bill Issuance Charge (per bill):

Per SBC Statement

Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4

Per MFC Statement, as described in Rule 12 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F.

Transition Charge (“TC”, or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]):
All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge Statement.

Electricity Supply Charge
The charge for Electric Power Supply provided by RG&E will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components: Energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy, Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge. On a monthly basis, RG&E will pass through to these customers the impact of any hedge position entered into on behalf of such customers through an adjustment to the applicable variable commodity charge as described in Section 12.C.2.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 187.4 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 6 AREA LIGHTING SERVICE (Cont’d)

DELIVERY CHARGES: (Per month)
Year 1 Rate
Type of Luminaire Size of Lamp (Initial Lumen) Bracket Length Residential Non-Residential Residential

Year 2 Rate
Non-Residential Residential

Year 3 Rate
Non-Residential

Mercury Vapor MV 175* MV 400* MV 1000* High Pressure Sodium HPS 70 HPS 100 HPS 150 HPS 250 HPS 400 Metal Halide MH 250 MH 400 BRACKET LENGTH 30 inch 8 foot 12 foot 16 foot 20 foot Added Facilities Additional wood pole installed for luminaire Wire service (per foot of extension)

8,500 23,000 60,000

30” (1) 8’ (1) 8’ (1)

$7.09 12.41 16.35

$7.15 12.61 17.05

7.29 12.76 16.82

7.36 12.96 17.53

7.59 13.28 17.50

7.66 13.49 18.24

5,800 9,500 16,000 27,500 50,000

See (2) below See (2) below See (2) below See (2) below See (2) below

6.51 6.58 11.75 15.47 16.66

6.46 6.57 11.66 15.43 16.75

6.69 6.77 12.08 15.91 17.14

6.65 6.76 11.99 15.87 17.23

6.96 7.04 12.57 16.56 17.83

6.92 7.03 12.48 16.51 17.92

22,000 36,000

See (2) below See (2) below

15.74 16.60

15.71 16.68

16.19 17.07

16.15 17.16

16.84 17.76

16.81 17.85

0.64 0.86 1.23 1.70 2.09

0.64 0.86 1.23 1.70 2.09

.066 .088 1.27 1.75 2.15

0.66 0.88 1.27 1.75 2.15

0.68 0.92 1.32 1.82 2.23

0.68 0.92 1.32 1.82 2.23

3.98 0.01682

3.98 0.01682

4.09 0.01729

4.09 0.01729

4.26 0.01799

4.26 0.01799

*Not available for new installations or replacements. (1) Bracket Charge included in Rate (2) Bracket Charge not included in Rate

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 188 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 6 AREA LIGHTING SERVICE (Cont’d)

DELIVERY CHARGES: (Per month)
Year 1 Rate
Size of Lamp (Initial Lumen) Bracket Length Residential Non-Residential Residential

Flood Fixture:
Type of Luminaire

Year 2 Rate
Non-Residential Residential

Year 3 Rate
NonResidential

High Pressure Sodium HPS 150 HPS 250 HPS 400 HPS1000 Metal Halide MH 250 MH 400 MH 1000

16,000 27,500 50,000 140,000

See (2) below See (2) below See (2) below See (2) below

$11.45 12.65 13.75 27.50

11.37 12.62 13.81 27.75

11.78 13.01 14.14 28.28

11.70 12.98 14.21 28.54

12.25 13.54 14.71 29.42

12.17 13.50 14.78 29.69

19,500 32,000 100,000

See (2) below See (2) below See (2) below

14.68 15.42 25.82

14.62 15.44 26.02

15.10 15.86 26.55

15.03 15.88 26.77

15.71 16.50 27.62

15.64 16.52 27.85

BRACKET Bracket-single Bracket-twin Added Facilities Additional wood pole installed for luminaire Wire service (per foot of extension)
Shoebox Fixture: Type of Luminaire

0.54 1.08

0.54 1.08

0.55 1.11

0.55 1.11

0.58 1.15

0.58 1.15

3.98 0.01682

3.98 0.01682

4.09 0.01729

4.09 0.01729

4.26 0.01799

4.26 0.01799

High Pressure Sodium HPS 250 HPS 400 BRACKET LENGTH 30 inch Added Facilities Additional wood pole installed for luminaire Wire service (per foot of extension)

27,500 50,000

See (2) below

17.84 18.84

17.84 18.84

18.34 19.37

18.34 19.37

19.09 20.16

19.09 20.16

0.64

0.64

0.66

0.66

0.68

0.68

3.98

3.98

4.09

4.09

4.26

4.26

0.01682

0.01682

0.01729

0.01729

0.01799

0.01799

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2008
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 6 AREA LIGHTING SERVICE Type of Luminaire Standard Fixture: Mercury Vapor MV 175* MV 400* MV 1000* High Pressure Sodium HPS 70 HPS 100 HPS 150 HPS 250 HPS 400 Metal Halide MH 250 MH 400 Size of Lamp (Initial Lumen) Billing kW

Leaf No. 188.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

8,500 23,000 60,000 5,800 9,500 16,000 27.500 50,000 22,000 36,000

0.210 0.460 1.102 0.081 0.116 0.171 0.300 0.457 0.294 0.456

* Not available for new installations or replacements. Flood Fixture: High Pressure Sodium HPS 150 HPS 250 HPS 400 HPS 1000 Metal Halide MH 250 MH 400 MH 1000 Shoebox Fixture: High Pressure Sodium HPS 250 HPS 400 Determination of Energy Use The energy use in kilowatthours will be determined by multiplying the Billing kW by the number of burning hours for the billing period. Average Monthly Burning Hours Month January February March April May June Burning Hours 448 383 364 306 275 246 Month July August September October November December Burning Hours 264 300 335 395 424 460

16,000 27,500 50,000 140,000 19,500 32,000 100,000

0.171 0.300 0.457 1.106 0.294 0.456 1.080

27,500 50,000

0.300 0.457

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 189 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 6 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 6 (Cont'd) AREA LIGHTING SERVICE DELIVERY CHARGES: (Per Month) (Cont'd)
SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be added to each customer bill for service under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See TSAS Statement. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (“MFC”): The Merchant Function Charge reflects the administrative costs of obtaining electricity supply. All customers taking supply service under this Service Classification with RG&E will be subject to a MFC charge (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 12.). See MFC Statement.

INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: The rates and charges under this Service Classification are increased by the applicable effective aggregate percentage shown in Rule 4.J for service supplied within the municipality where the customer is taking service. TERMS OF PAYMENT: All bills are rendered at the above rate. A late payment charge of one and one-half percent (1 1/2%) per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the 'last day to pay' date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C.2. TERM: One year from the initial rendering of service and thereafter until terminated by either party by giving the other 30 days' written notice. SPECIAL PROVISIONS: 1. The Company agrees, subject to its ability to obtain needed materials, to replace the existing luminaires with luminaires of a different wattage or type, upon written request from the customer provided that, if the fixture must also be replaced to accommodate the new lamp the customer pays the unamortized investment in the existing fixture, and further provided that the Company shall not be obligated to replace in any calendar year more than 10 percent of the units in service as of the effective date of this leaf. The Company will replace the customers lamps individually as they fail, at no charge to the customer. The Company will replace all of the customer’s lamps on the first occasion after the written request of having to replace a failed lamp at the customer’s premises, and charge the customer $4.00 for each working lamp replaced. If the customer desires to have the lamps replaced prior to that occasion, the customer will pay a one time charge of $18.00 in addition to the above charges. Where a customer, within one year of the removal of a luminaire, requests the installation of a luminaire of a different wattage or type, said installation shall be considered a replacement and customer shall be obligated to pay the applicable charges specified in the first paragraph.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010
Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 190 Revision: 13 Superseding Revision: 11

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR: All purposes, in Entire Territory, by any customer with a billing demand of not less than 12 kilowatts or whose consumption exceeds 3,000 kilowatthours in each of four consecutive monthly billing periods. CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle; voltage and phase at the Company's option, as available and appropriate for the customer's requirements. SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS: Customers served under this Service Classification may select from two different Supply Service Options as described below. RG&E will offer a Retail Access rate choice and a Non-Retail Access rate choice. The Retail Access choice (see below) is the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). The Non-Retail choice is the (see below) is the RG&E Supply Service (RSS). RG&E will provide only delivery service for the Retail Access choice. Electricity supply is provided by an Energy Services Company (“ESCO”). RG&E will provide delivery service and commodity service for the Non-Retail Access choice. 1. ESCO Supply Service (ESS) This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge ( Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), and a Bill Issuance Charge. Customers that elect ESS and receive a Consolidated Bill will not be subject to the Bill Issuance Charge. An Energy Service Services Company (“ESCO”) provides Electric Power Supply to the customer. RG&E provides the delivery service only. RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges: 9/26/10 $40.34 $13.38 $0.01190 $0.01190 Effective Date 9/1/11 $43.51 $14.00 $0.01131 $0.01131 9/1/12 $48.19 $14.81 $0.01074 $0.01074

Customer Charge Delivery Demand Charge Energy Delivery Charge First 200 hrs use, per kwh Energy Delivery Charge Over 200 hrs use, per kwh System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh POR Administration Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh: Bill Issuance Charge (per bill): Meter Charge:

Per SBC Statement Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4 Per POR Statement, as described in Rule 4 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F. As specified in the Meter Charge section of this Service Classification.

Transition Charge (“TC”, or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge Statement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 190.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 11 Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 Superseding Revision: 10 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM (Cont’d)

1.

ESCO Supply Service (ESS) (Cont’d) RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) (Cont’d)

Transition Charge (“TC”, or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]):
All customers served under this Service Classification, taking service under the ESS option will be required to pay a Transition Charge per kWh, as described in Section 12.B.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7

Leaf No. 190.1.1 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM (Cont’d)
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7

Leaf No. 190.2 Revision: 8 Superseding Revision: 7

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM (Cont’d)
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7

Leaf No. 190.2.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM (Cont d)
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 190.3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 9 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 7 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM (Cont’d) 2. RG&E Supply Service (RSS) This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (NonBypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), a Bill Issuance Charge, and a commodity charge that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC). Electricity supply is provided by RG&E. RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges:

Customer Charge y Demand Charge Energy Delivery Charge First 200 hrs use, per kwh Energy Delivery Charge Over 200 hrs use, per kwh
System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Merchant Function Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Bill Issuance Charge (per bill): Meter Charge:

9/26/10 $40.34 $13.38 $0.01190 $0.01190

Effective Date 9/1/11 $43.51 $14.00 $0.01131 $0.01131
Per SBC Statement

9/1/12 $48.19 $14.81 $0.01074 $0.01074

Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4

Per MFC Statement, as described in Rule 12 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F As specified in the Meter Charge section of this Service Classification.

Transition Charge (“TC”, or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge Statement. Electricity Supply Charge The charge for Electric Power Supply provided by RG&E will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components: Energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy, Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 190.4 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 6 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in compliance with Commission Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM (Cont’d)

METER CHARGE: The following charges are applicable to a customer taking service under this Service Classification. Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase)

$3.04 $3.04 $3.04

$9.42 $9.42 $9.42

$1.52 $1.52 $1.52

SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be added to each customer bill for service under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See TSAS Statement. REVENUE DECOUPLING MECHANISM (“RDM”): All customers taking service under this Service Classification will be subject to a RDM adjustment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See RDM Statement. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (“MFC”): The Merchant Function Charge reflects the administrative costs of obtaining electricity supply. All customers taking supply service under this Service Classification with RG&E will be subject to a MFC charge (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 12.). See MFC Statement. INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: All rates and charges under this Service Classification are increased by the applicable effective percentage shown in Rule 4.J. for service supplied within the municipality where the customer is taking service.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

Leaf No. 191 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 (Cont d) GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM MINIMUM DELIVERY DEMAND CHARGE: 1. The minimum monthly delivery demand charge is $50.00, or 2. Where the customer's equipment and/or method of operation requires the installation of service facilities (transformers, etc.) in excess of that considered by the Company's engineers as required for normal utilization of service at the Company's option, the facilities shall be installed, and either: a. A special service capacity shall be determined, based on the lower of either 80 percent of the transformer installation required, or 80 percent of the maximum 15-second load in kilovolt-amperes. Such service capacity multiplied by $5.07 per kilowatt shall determine the Minimum Demand Charge and shall remain in force for each month until there is a change in the customer's equipment or method of operation; or The customer may elect to pay the Company its costs for that portion of service facilities in excess of that considered as required for normal utilization of service, in which case, the Minimum Demand Charge shall be as provided for under Item 1 above.

b.

DETERMINATION OF BILLING DEMAND: 1. The billing demand will be the measured maximum 30-minute integrated demand occurring during the monthly period for which bill is rendered. 2. Whenever it is determined that the hours' use is less than 250 hours, the billing demand shall be determined by multiplying the metered demand by the following factor: [.5 + ((.002) (Hours Use))] DEFINITION OF SEASONS: Summer: June 1-September 30, inclusive. Winter: December 1-February 28/29, inclusive. Base: All other days. TERMS OF PAYMENT: All bills are rendered at the above rate. A late payment charge of one and one-half percent (1 1/2%) per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the last day to pay date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C.2. TERM: One month and thereafter until terminated by three days' written notice. However, when the amount of investment required or other conditions of service are such as to warrant, the Company may, with the permission of the Public Service Commission, require that the initial term be longer than one month.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 192 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: November 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued in compliance with order in Case 11-E-0176 dated September 19, 2011. SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM SPECIAL PROVISIONS: 1. Submetering Service Electric service under this service classification is available to any customer who qualifies for a submetering option as provided for under Rule 2.E.2. Change of Service Classification The Company will provide service under Service Classification No. 8 General Service - 300 kilowatts minimum whenever it is determined that the customer is using, or might use, 300 kilowatts or more of billing demand during any three months in an annual period Whenever a customer's metered demand has been 12 kilowatts or less for each of 12 consecutive monthly billing periods and the energy consumption has not exceeded 3,000 kilowatthour in any four consecutive months of 12 consecutive monthly billing periods, the customer will be transferred to Service Classification No 2 - General Service - Small Use. 3.
Recharge New York (“RNY”) Power Program

2.

Customers who qualify for the Recharge NY Power Program pursuant to Section L.5 of the General Information Section of this Schedule, will have such power billed in accordance with the provision therein. The customer's power requirements in excess of the RNY Power allocation will be billed in accordance with the ESCO Supply Service rate or the RG&E Supply Service rate of this Service Classification.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 193 Revision: 11 Superseding Revision: 9

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM SPECIAL PROVISIONS (Cont’d): 4. Economic Development Programs A. Economic Development Zone Rider (EDZ) New service under this rider will no longer be available to customers whose zone certificate includes an initial date of eligibility after January 1, 2005. Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Economic Development Zone Rider. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under General Information Section 4.L. 2 shall pay for service at the following rate: RATE: (per month)
Customer Charge: Demand Charge: All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand Energy Charge: All kilowatthours, per kilowatthour

Rate
$25.00 $ 4.92

.04130

For customers qualifying for the EDZ program the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply. All customers will be required to pay the System Benefits Charges, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, and Revenue Decoupling Mechanism in accordance with the standard RSS rates for this Service Classification. EDZ customers with less than 100% of their load served under EDZ rates will be billed at the RG&E Supply Service option for the non-EDZ portion and charged accordingly.

B) Empire Zone Rate (EZR)
Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Empire Zone Rate. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under General Information Section 4.L.4 shall pay for service at the following rate:

RATE: (per month)
For customers qualifying for the EZR program, the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply. All customers will be required to pay Commodity, Merchant Function and Bill Issuance Charges, if applicable, System Benefits Charge, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, and Revenue Decoupling Mechanism in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification.

Customer Charge Demand Charge: All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand Delivery Charge First 200 hrs use, per kwh Over 200 hrs use, per kwh

9/26/10 $40.34 $12.51 $.01190 $.01190

Effective Date 9/1/11 $43.51 $12.40 $.01131 $0.1131

9/1/12 $48.19 $12.28 $.01074 $.01074

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 193.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 9 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 7 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM

4. Economic Development Programs (Cont’d) B) Empire Zone Rate (EZR)
Metering Charges: Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase)

$3.04 $3.04 $3.04

$9.42 $9.42 $9.42

Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary $1.52 Secondary (Polyphase) $1.52 Primary (Polyphase) $1.52

EZR customers will be offered two supply service options and charged in accordance with their choice: 1. ESCO Supply Service 2. RG&E Supply Service

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 193.1.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 3 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM 5. Incremental Load Rate (ILR) (Cont’d) Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Incremental Load Rate. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under Rule 4.L.1.A of this tariff, shall pay for service for its eligible load at the following rate: RATE: (per month)
For customers qualifying for the ILR program, the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply. All customers will be required to pay Commodity, Merchant Function and Bill Issuance Charges, if applicable, System Benefits Charge, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, and Revenue Decoupling Mechanism in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification.

Customer Charge Demand Charge: All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand Delivery Charge First 200 hrs use, per kwh Over 200 hrs use, per kwh Metering Charges: Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase)

9/26/10 $40.34 $12.95 $.01190 $.01190

Effective Date 9/1/11 $43.51 $13.20 $.01131 $0.1131

9/1/12 $48.19 $13.55 $.01074 $.01074

$3.04 $3.04 $3.04

$9.42 $9.42 $9.42

Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary $1.52 Secondary (Polyphase) $1.52 Primary (Polyphase) $1.52

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

Leaf No. 193.2 Revision: 6 Superseding Revision: 5

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM 5. Incremental Load Rate (ILR) (Cont d)

ILR customers will be offered two supply service options and charged in accordance with their choice: 1. ESCO Supply Service

2.

RG&E Supply Service

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2008 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 02-E-0198 dated May 23, 2008

Leaf No. 193.2.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM

6.

Competitive Metering A Customer taking service under this service classification which has a measured demand of 50 kW or greater for two consecutive months during the most recent 12 months is eligible to contract with a qualified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and a qualified Meter Data Service Provider (MDSP) to provide meter services and meter data services, in accordance with Rule 3.E.4 and Rule 4.A.3 of this tariff. Meter service a nd meter data service will be provided in accordance with Addendum MET of this tariff. Each month, a Customer receiving meter service and meter data service from a MSP and/or MDSP will not be charged the Meter Ownership, Meter Service and Meter Data Servi ce charges.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: February 5, 2009

Leaf No. 193.3 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE - 12 KW MINIMUM SPECIAL PROVISIONS (Cont d): 7. Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option pursuant to the General Information Section 16 of this Schedule, and taking service under SC No. 7.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 193.4 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 3 Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 21, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 7 GENERAL SERVICE – 12 KW MINIMUM SPECIAL PROVISIONS (Cont’d)
8. Wind Electric Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Wind Electric Service Option pursuant to General information Section 13 of this Schedule, and taking service under SC No. 7. Electric Hybrid Generating System Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Electric Hybrid Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 17 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 7.

9.

10. Solar Non-Residential Electric Generating System Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Solar Non-Residential Electric Generating System Option pursuant to General information Section 15 of this Schedule, and taking service under SC No. 7. 11. Fuel Cell Electric Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Fuel Cell Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 19 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 7. 12. Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 20 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 7.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 194 Revision: 10 Superseding Revision: 8

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE

APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR: All purposes, in Entire Territory, by any customer with a basic demand of not less than 300 kilowatts during any three of the previous 12 months, provided, however, that whenever the monthly basic demand has been 200 kW or less for 12 consecutive months, the customer thereafter will be billed under another appropriate service classification. CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle; voltage and phase at the Company's option, as available and appropriate for the customer's requirements. SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS: Customers served under this Service Classification may select from two different Supply Service Options as described below. RG&E will offer a Retail Access rate choice and a Non-Retail Access rate choice. The Retail Access choice (see below) is the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). The Non-Retail choice is the (see below) is the RG&E Supply Service (RSS). RG&E will provide only delivery service for the Retail Access choice. Electricity supply is provided by an Energy Services Company (“ESCO”). RG&E will provide delivery service and commodity service for the Non-Retail Access choice. 1. ESCO Supply Service (ESS) This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge ( Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), and a Bill Issuance Charge. Customers that elect ESS and receive a Consolidated Bill will not be subject to the Bill Issuance Charge. An Energy Service Services Company (“ESCO”) provides Electric Power Supply to the customer. RG&E provides the delivery service only. RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges: The Delivery Charges for Customer Charge and Delivery Demand Charge are specified in the Delivery Charges section of this Service Classification. System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh POR Administration Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Bill Issuance Charge (per bill): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per SBC Statement Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4 Per POR Statement, as described in Rule 4 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F. Per Transition Charge Statement.

Transition Charge (“TC”, or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]):

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8

Leaf No. 194.1 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont d)

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8

Leaf No. 194.1.1 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 194.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 6 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d) 2. RG&E Supply Service (RSS) This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B), a Bill Issuance Charge, and a commodity charge that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC). Electricity supply is provided by RG&E. RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges: The Delivery Charges for Customer Charge and Delivery Demand Charge are specified in the Delivery Charges section of this Service Classification. System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Merchant Function Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Bill Issuance Charge (per bill):

Per SBC Statement

Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4

Per MFC Statement, as described in Rule 12 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F.

Meter Charges: The Meter Charges are specified in the Meter Charge Section of this Service Classification. Transition Charge (“TC”), or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge Statement. Electricity Supply Charge: The charge for Electric Power Supply provided by RG&E will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components: Energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy, Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 194.2.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d) 3. Hourly Pricing – Mandatory and Voluntary Mandatory Hourly Pricing will be phased in and mandatory as follows: January 1, 2007 – Effective with the first full billing period on or after January 1, 2007 customers with a measured demand of not less than 1,000 kilowatts during any two of the previous 12 months. Effective with the first full billing period on or after September 22, 2011 customers with a measured demand of not less than 500 kilowatts during any two of the previous 12 months. Effective with the first full billing period on or after September 22, 2012 all SC No. 8 customers unless eligible for an exemption.

September 22, 2011 –

September 22, 2012 –

A customer taking service under Hourly Pricing will remain subject to this provision until their monthly measured demand has been less than 200 KW for 12 consecutive months, at which time the customer will be billed under another appropriate service classification. Customers that received an economic incentive or began participation in the Power for Jobs (“PFJ”) program on or before December 31, 2006, are exempt from mandatory Hourly Pricing as set forth under Voluntary Hourly Pricing. Customers that received an economic incentive on or after January 1, 2007 will follow the phase in schedule above. Customers that begin participation in the Power for Jobs (“PFJ”) program on or after January 1, 2007 will follow the phase in schedule above for the non-PFJ portion of their load. Economic Development Program Supply options for customers who began the program on or after January 1, 2007. Supply option for the load not receiving the incentive ESS or Hourly Pricing ESS or Hourly Pricing Supply option for load receiving the incentive ESS or Hourly Pricing ESS or Hourly Pricing

ILR * EZR *

* The supply choice must be the same for the load not receiving the incentive and the load receiving the incentive. Voluntary: Through the customer’s billing period ending on or after September 22, 2012, Hourly Pricing is voluntary for any customer who would otherwise qualify for service under Service Classification No. 8 – Large General Service – Time of Use Rate and does not meet the phase in criteria listed above. Once a customer elects Hourly Pricing they will remain subject to this provision until their monthly measured demand has been 200 KW or less for 12 consecutive months, the customer will then be billed under another appropriate service classification. Hourly Pricing is also voluntary to customers that began participating in the PFJ program prior to January 1, 2007 and would have otherwise qualified for mandatory hourly pricing. These customers will have the following supply options, all described herein, for the non-PFJ load, ESS, RSS or Hourly Pricing until the end of their participation in the PFJ program at which time they will have the two supply options: ESS, or Hourly Pricing, as described below.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 194.3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 6 Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 5 Issued in compliance with order in Case09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d)

Hourly Pricing – Mandatory and Voluntary (Cont’d) Voluntary (Cont’d): Additionally, Hourly Pricing is voluntary to a customers that is participating in any of the Company’s economic development programs without supply option restrictions beginning on or prior to-December 31, 2006, and would have otherwise qualified for Mandatory Hourly Pricing until the term of the customer’s economic development incentive expires. Upon the conclusion of their participation in the economic development program the customer will be subject to Mandatory Hourly Pricing and have two supply options, ESS or Hourly Pricing option, as described below.

DELIVERY CHARGES: The delivery charges set forth in this Service classification for standard service shall apply to a customer taking service under Hourly Pricing. A customer that qualifies for the Economic Development Zone Incentive (EDZ) will pay the delivery charges set forth in the Special Provisions 5.A. A customer that qualifies for the Empire Zone Incentive (EZR) will pay the delivery charges set forth in the Special Provisions 5.B. A customer that qualifies for the Incremental Load Rate Incentive (ILR) will pay the delivery charges set forth in the Special Provisions 6. The delivery charges apply regardless of the supply option the customer has chosen. HOURLY METERING CHARGE, per month: Hourly priced customers are required to pay an incremental meter charge of $7.92 per month, regardless of the Supply Service Option chosen. Customers that have paid for their own meter are exempt from this charge.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 194.4 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 1 Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d)

Hourly Pricing – Mandatory and Voluntary (Cont’d) SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS: Customers served under this Service Classification may select from the different electricity Supply Service Options offered by the Company as described below. RG&E will offer a Retail Access rate choice and a Non-Retail Access rate choice. The Retail Access choice (see 1. below) is the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). The Non-Retail choice is the (see 2. below) is the RG&E Hourly Day-Ahead Market Pricing Option (“Hourly Pricing”). RG&E will provide only delivery service for the Retail Access choice. Electricity supply is provided by an Energy Services Company (“ESCO”). Hourly Pricing customers are able to select ESCO commodity service at any time. RG&E will provide delivery service and commodity service for the Non-Retail Access choice. A customer who has not chosen an option, and for whom RG&E has not received a retail access enrollment from an ESCO, will default to the RG&E Hourly Day-Ahead Market Pricing Option. 1. ESCO Supply Service (ESS) This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), and a Bill Issuance Charge. Customers that elect ESS and receive a Consolidated Bill will not be subject to the Bill Issuance Charge. 2. Hourly Day-Ahead Market Pricing Option (“Hourly Pricing”) This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed charges for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B, a commodity charge for electricity supply that fluctuates hourly with the market price of electricity including losses, a Supply Adjustment Charge, an ancillary and NTAC charge, and a capacity and capacity reserve, as further described herein. Electricity supply is provided by RG&E. Electricity Supply Charge: All kilowatthours, per kilowatthour Customers served under this provision will be charged for the energy component of supply based on their hourly metered usage and the hourly supply cost. The electricity supply charge is equal to the sum of the hourly metered usage multiplied by the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) Day-Ahead Market (DAM) Location Based Marginal Price (LBMP) for the Genesee Zone adjusted for losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge. Capacity charges will also be based on interval meter data. The DAM LBMP prices will be the initial published DAM LBMP prices acquired by the Company. The customer's bill will not be recalculated if such prices are modified by the NYISO at a later date.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 194.5 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 1 Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d)

Hourly Pricing – Mandatory and Voluntary (Cont’d)

Ld = Distribution loss factor. All customers will be categorized as primary or secondary load. Primary load applies to customers taking service above 600 volts. Secondary load applies to customers taking service at 600 volts or less. RG&E will notify the customer of the category applicable to it. The loss factors are: Primary Load: Secondary Load 4.68% 6.48%

Electricity Capacity Charge: per month The capacity and capacity reserves are specific to the customer. When hourly data is not available the appropriate service class profile will be used to determine the customer’s capacity responsibility. A new capacity responsibility amount will be established for each customer each April, to be effective on or after May 1. Customers new to Hourly Pricing that begin the service prior to April will be assigned their capacity responsibility based on their service class profile until the first April where the required hourly data is available. Capacity Charge = UCAP Charge + Demand Curve Reserve Charge UCAP Charge = ((((UCAPreq * 1/(1-Ld)) * ( 1 + Reservereq))* Pricemonthlyauc) UCAPreq = The customer specific demand that occurred at the time of the New York system peak of the prior year. When the customer specific information is not available the appropriate service class profile information will be used. Ld - Distribution loss factor. Described above Reservereq = Additional reserve requirement as required by NYISO Pricemonthlyauc = Monthly NYISO auction price Demand Curve Reserve Charge = ((((UCAPreq * 1/(1-Ld)) * Demand Curve Reserve Charge req))* Pricespotauc) UCAPreq - Described above Ld - Described above Demand Curve Reservereq = Allocation of additional capacity requirement as required by the NYISO’s demand curve Pricespotauc = Monthly NYISO capacity spot market price.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 194.6 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d)

Hourly Pricing – Mandatory and Voluntary (Cont’d)

METERING AND COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS: 1. All customers subject to this special provision are required to have interval metering and remote meter reading capability. Such customers will be responsible for the following: a) the costs of providing remote meter reading capability through dedicated telecommunications to and from the meter; and b) the dedicated telecommunications shall be a land-line connection unless the customer is directed by the Company that a cellular connection is required, and c) all costs associated with the installation, operation and maintenance of the telecommunications line, including but not limited to, all telecommunications service bills. If the Company is unable to read the meter through a customer provided connection, and RG&E has determined that the problem is not caused by the Company's equipment, the customer shall be responsible for resolution of the problem. The customer shall also be responsible for reimbursement of RG&E expenses incurred for visits to the meter location to ascertain the cause of the problem, including reimbursing the Company for any expenses the Company incurs, such as, but not limited to, the cost to provide a manual meter read.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 195 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 9 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 7 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont’d) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE DELIVERY CHARGES: The following charges are applicable to a customer taking service under this Service Classification.

9/26/10 Customer Charge: (per month) Secondary Primary Sub Transmission-Industrial Sub Transmission-Commercial Transmission Substation $490.99 $587.11 $1123.84 $1137.03 $1865.29 $1240.36

9/01/11 $530.67 $653.42 $1243.43 $1235.16 $2140.06 $1280.84

9/01/12 $589.54 $752.12 $1428.56 $1379.62 $2541.96 $1341.22

Demand Charge: All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand Secondary $12.53 Primary $12.21 Subtransmission – Industrial $8.07 Submission – Commercial $8.83 Transmission $7.71 Substation $8.16

$12.83 $12.49 $8.26 $9.04 $7.88 $8.39

$13.26 $12.90 $8.53 $9.34 $8.13 $8.72

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011

Leaf No. 195.1 Revision: 9 Superseding Revision: 8

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont’d) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE REACTIVE CHARGE: Reactive kilovolt-ampere hours, per billing reactive kilovolt-ampere hour: $0.00127 Phase 1 Effective 09/22/2010, the reactive kilovolt-ampere hourly charge will be applicable for customers with a measured demand of not less than 1,000 kilowatts during any two of the previous twelve months. $0.00127 Phase 2 Twelve-months after the completion of Phase 1, the reactive kilovolt-ampere hourly charge will be applicable for customers with a measured demand of not less than 500 kilowatts during any two of the previous twelve months $0.00127 Phase 3 Twelve-months after the completion of Phase 2, the reactive kilovolt-ampere hourly charge will be applicable to all customers in this service classification. METER CHARGES: The following charges are applicable to a customer taking service under this Service Classification. Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission - Industrial Sub Transmission – Commercial Transmission Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission - Industrial Sub Transmission – Commercial Transmission Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission - Industrial Sub Transmission – Commercial Transmission

$25.55 $25.64 $27.17 $28.77 $27.24 $29.52

$30.62 $31.30 $33.01 $42.62 $33.22 $48.76

$2.22 $2.08 $2.09 $4.15 $1.89 $5.81

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 195.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 6 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case No. 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont’d) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE
SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be added to the Energy Charge and Demand Charge for Delivery Service under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). Kilo-watt hours supplied by NYPA are also subject to this surcharge. See TSAS Statement. REVENUE DECOUPLING MECHANISM (“RDM”): All customers taking service under this Service Classification will be subject to a RDM adjustment as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K. Customers taking Transmission service are excluded from the RDM. See RDM Statement. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (“MFC”): The Merchant Function Charge reflects the administrative costs of obtaining electricity supply. All customers taking supply service under this Service Classification with RG&E will be subject to a MFC charge (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 12.). See MFC Statement.

INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: The rates and charges under this Service Classification, including any system benefits charge, adjustments and minimum charge, are increased by the applicable effective aggregate percentage shown in Rule 4.J for service supplied within the municipality where the customer is taking service. MINIMUM DELIVERY DEMAND CHARGE: The minimum monthly delivery demand charge is as follows per kilowatt of service capacity contracted for: Effective Date: Secondary Primary Substation Sub Transmission Industrial Sub Transmission Commercial Transmission 09/26/10 $4.05 $4.35 $3.25 $2.34 $2.56 $2.57 09/01/11 $4.14 $4.45 $3.34 $2.39 $2.62 $2.63 09/01/12 $4.28 $4.59 $3.47 $2.47 $2.71 $2.71

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 196 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 6 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 5 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont’d) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE MINIMUM DELIVERY DEMAND CHARGE (Cont’d):
Whenever the monthly maximum demand registered and seasonally adjusted exceeds the service capacity contracted for, the customer's service capacity shall be automatically increased to such seasonally adjusted demand and the service capacity thus established may not be reduced during the next eleven months. The seasonally adjusted demand shall be determined by multiplying the monthly maximum demand registered by a factor of 1.00 for the Summer Season, a factor of .75 for the Winter Season and a factor .85 for the Base Season.

DETERMINATION OF DEMAND: Basic Demand 1.
2. The demand applicable to the minimum charge and power factor adjustment computation, will be the measured maximum 30-minute integrated demand occurring anytime during the monthly period for which bill is rendered. Peak Hours Demand The demand applied to the demand charge computation, will be the measured maximum 30-minute integrated demand occurring during the peak hours in the month for which bill is rendered.

DETERMINATION OF REACTIVE KILOVOLT-AMPERE HOURS:
Effective 09/22/2010, the determination of the billing reactive kilovolt-ampere hours will be the reactive kilovolt-ampere hours in excess of one-fourth of the metered kilowatt-hours.

DEFINITION OF HOURLY PERIODS:
Peak Hours Demand: Peak hours are defined as the hours between 7:00 am and 11:00 pm, Monday through Friday. All other hours are defined as "off-peak" hours. Peak Hours Energy: Peak hours are defined as the hours between 7:00 am and 11:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Off-Peak Hours Energy: All remaining hours.

DEFINITION OF SEASONS:

Summer: Winter: Base:

June 1-September 30, inclusive. December l-February 28/29, inclusive. All other days.

HIGH VOLTAGE OPTION
Where service at a higher than secondary voltage is available, and where the customer elects to be served thereby, and the customer will at his own expense provide, install and maintain the necessary transformers and protective devices of a size and type approved by the Company, the primary or transmission rate charges will apply. Primary charges will apply to customers taking service at 4,160, 11,500, 12,470, or 34,500 volts.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with the Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated 09/21/2010

Leaf No. 197 Revision: 7 Superseding Revision: 6

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE- TIME-OF-USE RATE HIGH VOLTAGE OPTION (Cont'd)
Effective September 26, 2010, Subtransmission Service will be grandfathered. The grandfathering will apply to the service location including the site and existing buildings where customers taking Subtransmission Service before September 26, 2010. Grandfathering is applicable to any new owner acquiring possession of a grandfathered service location, as long as they meet the qualification criteria for Subtransmission Service. The grandfathering may apply to facility replacements and or expansions by customers taking grandfathered Subtransmission Service, if accomplished through existing subtransmission metering points at the service location. Subtransmission service will not be available to new service locations.

SubTransmission charges will apply to: 1. Customers taking service at 34,500 volts, provided, however, such customers were taking service hereunder prior to September 26, 2010, or 2. Customers taking service at 11,500 volts, provided, however, such customers were taking service hereunder prior to August 1, 1988. Transmission charges will apply to customers taking service at 115,000 volts. Substation charges will apply to: 1. Customers taking service from a dedicated substation at primary or secondary voltages but whose incoming supply voltage is at 34,500 volts or above and who are metered with respect to the incoming supply voltage provided, or 2. Customers taking Substation service (formally known as Sub Transmission – Secondary service) prior to September 26, 2010. TERMS OF PAYMENT: All bills are rendered at the above rate. A late payment charge of one and one- half percent (1 1/2%) per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the "last day to pay" date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C.2. TERM: One year and thereafter until terminated by 30 days' written notice. However, when the amount of investment required or other conditions of service are such as to warrant, the Company, with the permission of the Public Service Commission, may agree with the customer to render service at rates from time to time effective for a longer term. SPECIAL PROVISIONS: 1. Power Factor Adjustment Applicable to customers not subject to a reactive charge, whenever the customer's equipment is so operated that the maximum kilovolt- amperes of lagging reactive demand exceed forty-eight percent (48%) of the maximum kilowatt demand during the billing month, the customer shall remedy that condition in a manner deemed adequate by Company, by either: a. Installing and maintaining at its own expense the power factor corrective equipment deemed necessary by Company to remedy the condition, or Making a cash contribution of the actual reasonable cost of any power factor corrective equipment installed by Company on its side of the point of delivery to effect such correction.

b.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 198 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: November 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued in compliance with order in Case 11-E-0176 dated September 19, 2011. SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE

SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Cont'd) 2. Submetering Service Electric service under this service classification is available to any customer who qualifies for a submetering option as provided for under Rule 2.E.2. Exception to Applicability Service under this service classification will be available to those customers with a measured demand of less than 300 kilowatts who were taking service under this service classification as of May 18, 1984.
Recharge New York (“RNY”) Power Program

3.

4.

Customers who qualify for the Recharge NY Power Program pursuant to Section L.5 of the General Information Section of this Schedule, will have such power billed in accordance with the provision therein. The customer's power requirements in excess of the RNY Power allocation will be billed in accordance with the ESCO Supply Service rate or the RG&E Supply Service rate of this Service Classification applicable to the customer's voltage level.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 199 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 7 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 6 Issued in compliance with order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE TIME -OF-USE RATE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Contd.) 5. Economic Development Programs A. Economic Development Zone Rider (EDZ)

New service under this rider will no longer be available to customers whose zone certificate includes an initial date of eligibility after January 1, 2005. Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for
the rates and charges under the Economic Development Zone Rider. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under General Information Section 4.L.2 shall pay for service at the following rate: RATE: (per month)
Customer Charge:
Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission Sub Transmission Transmission $250.00 400.00 225.00 350.00 350.00 475.00 $5.87 2.75 5.67 2.75 1.38

Rate

- Industrial - Commercial

Demand Charge:

All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand
Secondary Substation Primary Subtransmission Transmission

Energy Charge: All kilowatthours, per kilowatthour Peak Hours
Secondary Substation Primary Subtransmission Transmission $0.04420 $0.04272 $0.04405 $0.04257 $0.04195 $0.04317 $0.04187 $0.04304 $0.04173 $0.04117 $0.03894 $0.03803 $0.03885 $0.03792 $0.03753

Shoulder-peak hours
Secondary Substation Primary Subtransmission Transmission

Off-peak hours
Secondary Substation Primary Subtransmission Transmission .

For customers qualifying for the EDZ program the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply. All customers will be required to pay the System Benefits Charges, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, Revenue Decoupling Mechanism, and Reactive Charges in accordance with the standard RSS rates for this Service Classification. EDZ customers with less than 100% of their load served under EDZ rates will be billed at the RG&E Supply Service for the non-EDZ portion and charged accordingly.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 199.1 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 3

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE TIME -OF-USE RATE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Contd.) 5. Economic Development Programs (Cont’d): B) Empire Zone Rate (EZR) Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Empire Zone Rate. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under General Information Section 4.L.4 shall pay for service at the following rate: RATE: (per month) For customers qualifying for the EZR program, the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply to the following SC No. 8 voltage levels: Secondary, Primary, Sub Transmission-Industrial, Sub Transmission-Commercial, and Transmission. All customers will be required to pay Commodity, Merchant Function, and Bill Issuance Charges if applicable, in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification. All customers are also required to pay the System Benefits Charges, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, Revenue Decoupling Mechanism, and Reactive Charges in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification.

9/26/10 Customer Charge: (per month) Secondary Primary Sub Transmission-Industrial Sub Transmission-Commercial Transmission $490.99 $587.11 $1,123.84 $1,137.03 $1,865.29

Effective Date 9/01/11 $530.67 $653.42 $1,243.43 $1,235.16 $2,140.06

9/01/12 $589.54 $752.12 $1,428.56 $1,379.62 $2,541.96

Demand Charge: All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand Secondary $7.04 Primary $7.67 Sub Transmission-Industrial $7.91 Sub Transmission-Commercial $6.31 Transmission $1.37

$6.90 $7.51 $7.66 $6.22 $1.35

$6.63 $7.23 $7.22 $6.02 $1.27

For a customer qualifying for the EZR program and taking Substation service, such customer will be subject to the otherwise applicable standard service classification rates, including the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge), Commodity, Merchant Function, and Bill Issuance Charges if applicable, in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification. All customers are also required to pay the System Benefits Charges, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, Revenue Decoupling Mechanism, and Reactive Charges in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification..

9/26/10
Customer Charge: (per month) Substation $1,240.36

Effective Date 9/01/11
$1,280.84

9/01/12
$1,341.22

Demand Charge:
All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand Substation $8.16 $8.39 $8.72

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 199.2 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision:

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE TIME -OF-USE RATE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Contd.) 5. Economic Development Programs (Cont’d): B) Empire Zone Rate (EZR) (Cont’d) METER CHARGES: The following charges are applicable to a customer taking service under this Service Classification. Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission - Industrial Sub Transmission – Commerical Transmission Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission - Industrial Sub Transmission – Commerical Transmission Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission - Industrial Sub Transmission – Commercial Transmission

$25.55 $25.64 $27.17 $28.77 $27.24 $29.52

$30.62 $31.30 $33.01 $42.62 $33.22 $48.76

$2.22 $2.08 $2.09 $4.15 $1.89 $5.81

EZR customers will be offered two supply service options and charged in accordance with their choice: 1. ESCO Supply Service 2. RG&E Supply Service

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 200 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 9 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 7 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME -OF-USE RATE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Cont’d.) 6.
Incremental Load Rate (ILR)
Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Incremental Load Rate. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under Rule 4.L.1.A of this tariff, shall pay for service for its eligible load at the following rate:

RATE: (per month)
For customers qualifying for the ILR program, the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply to the following SC No. 8 voltage levels: Secondary, Primary, Sub Transmission-Industrial, Sub Transmission-Commercial, and Transmission. All customers will be required to pay Commodity, Merchant Function, and Bill Issuance Charges if applicable, in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification. All customers are also required to pay the System Benefits Charges, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, Revenue Decoupling Mechanism, and Reactive Charges in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification. Customer Charge
(per month)

Secondary Primary Sub Transmission-Industrial Sub Transmission-Commercial Transmission
Demand Charge
All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand

9/26/10 $490.99 $587.11 $1,123.84 $1,137.03 $1,865.29

Effective Date 9/01/11 $530.67 $653.42 $1,243.43 $1,235.16 $2,140.06 Effective Date

9/01/12 $589.54 $752.12 $1,428.56 $1,379.62 $2,541.96

Secondary Primary Sub Transmission-Industrial Sub Transmission-Commercial Transmission

9/26/10 $9.78 $9.94 $7.99 $7.57 $4.54

9/01/11 $9.86 $10.00 $7.96 $7.63 $4.62

9/01/12 $9.95 $10.07 $7.87 $7.68 $4.70

For a customer qualifying for the ILR program and taking Substation service, such customer will be subject to the otherwise applicable standard service classification rates, including the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge), Commodity, Merchant Function, and Bill Issuance Charges if applicable, in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification. All customers are also required to pay the System Benefits Charges, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, Revenue Decoupling Mechanism, and Reactive Charges in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification.

9/26/10
Customer Charge: (per month) Substation $1,240.36

Effective Date 9/01/11
$1,280.84

9/01/12
$1,341.22

Demand Charge:
All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand Substation $8.16 $8.39 $8.72

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 200.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 4 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 3 Issued in compliance with order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME -OF-USE RATE (Cont'd) 6.
Incremental LoadRate (ILR) (Cont’d)
METER CHARGES: The following charges are applicable to a customer taking service under this Service Classification. Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission Commercial Sub Transmission – Industrial Transmission Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission Commercial Sub Transmission – Industrial Transmission Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission Commercial Sub Transmission – Industrial Transmission

$25.55 $25.64 $27.17 $27.24 $28.77 $29.52

$30.62 $31.30 $33.01 $33.22 $42.62 $48.76

$2.22 $2.08 $2.09 $1.89 $4.15 $5.81

ILR customers will be offered two supply service options and charged in accordance with their choice: 1. ESCO Supply Service 2. RG&E Supply Service

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2008 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 02-E-0198 dated May 23, 2008

Leaf No. 200.2 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 2

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME -OF-USE RATE (Cont'd) 7. Competitive Metering A Customer taking service under this service classification which has a measured demand of 50 kW or greater for two consecutive months during the most recent 12 months is eligible to contract with a qualified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and a qualified Meter Data Service Provider (MDSP) to provide meter services and meter data services, in accordance with Rule 3.E.4 and Rule 4.A.3 of this tari ff. Meter service and meter data service will be provided in accordance with Addendum MET of this tariff. Each month, a Customer receiving meter service and meter data service from a MSP and/or MDSP will not be charged the Meter Ownership, Meter Service and Meter Data Service charges. 8. NYISO Emergency Demand Response Program Rider Any Customer that is taking service under this service classification and is participating in the NYISO's Emergency Demand Response Program ("EDRP"), as provided in the NYISO s Services Tariff as an EDRP Load, is eligible for service under this rider. The Customer must submit to the Company an application for service under this Rider. The Company will process the Customer application in no more than seven (7) days after submiss ion of a completed application, subject to any processing time required by the NYISO. Participation in the EDRP is voluntary and no penalties will be assessed for the failure to curtail load.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

Leaf No. 201 Revision: 0 Superseding Revision:

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME -OF-USE RATE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Contd.) 8. NYISO Emergency Demand Response Program Rider b) Emergency Demand Response Period Notification The Company will notify Customers served under this Rider when the NYISO declares an emergency, in accordance with Attachment G to NYISO’s Services Tariff. Notice shall be provided by telephone, email, facsimile and/or other electronic means, as agreed upon by the Company and the Customer. Notification will occur approximately 2 hours prior to the need for load reduction by Customers. The Company shall endeavor to provide earlier notification when possible, but shorter notification periods may be necessary. The Company will also notify customers served under this Rider when the NYISO declares the emergency to be over. Reductions to the load served by the Company by Customers under this Rider in response to NYISO-declared emergencies will be voluntary. In order to receive payments under this Rider, Customers must be able to demonstrate that their load curtailment or operation of emergency generating equipment was in effect for the entire period of each NYISO-declared emergency. The Customer shall designate in writing an authorized representative and an alternate representative to receive the notice. c) Rates and Payments Customers taking service under this Rider will pay the rates and charges that would otherwise be applicable under this service classification and will be subject to all other terms and conditions of this service classification. The Company will make payment for load reductions to a Customer taking service under this Rider and for which the Company can verify load reduction during the Emergency Demand Response Periods. Upon Company verification of load reduction, the Company shall pay the Customer at least 90% of the NYISO payment for each event. The NYISO payment will be the higher of $500 per MWh or the zonal real-time Locational-Based Marginal Price (LBMP) per MWh of demand reduced . If NYISO activates the EDRP for four hours or less, the NYISO will pay the higher of $500 per MWh or the zonal real-time LBMP per Mwh of demand reduced, for the duration of the EDRP activation or two hours, whichever is greater. The load reduction in each hour for which payment will be made under this Rider will be measured in accordance with the CBL methodology contained in the NYISO EDRP Operating Manual. d) Metering and Meter Data Provision The participating Customer must utilize interval metering. If the Customer does not currently have interval metering, the Customer will be responsible for all metering and communication costs not otherwise covered by the Company, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) or any other source. If a customer has an on-site generator, the generator must have a certified interval meter. The meter must be ANSI standard and a professional engineer must certify the meter and installation.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

Leaf No. 202 Revision: 0 Superseding Revision:

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME -OF-USE RATE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Contd.) 9. NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider Any Customer that is taking service under this service classification and is participating in the NYISO's Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program is eligible for service under this rider. a) Term The Demand Reduction Incentive Payments offered under this rider will expire on October 31, 2003.

b) Demand Reduction Provider Customers taking service under this rider are responsible for enrolling with a NYISO approved Demand Reduction Provider ("DRP"). A DRP is an entity qualified pursuant to NYISO procedures that bids Demand Side Resources of at least 1 MW. The DRP shall aggregate the loads received from Demand Side Resources. The DRP shall, if necessary, pro-rate the demand reduction bids in order to submit bids in the whole MWs required by the NYISO. RG&E will function as a DRP. Customers taking service under this rider will sign an agreement with RG&E. c) Demand Side Resources Demand Side Resources ("DSR") are customers that are capable of reducing demand in a responsive, measurable and verifiable manner within time limits, are qualified to participate in the program, and have signed an agreement with RG&E.

d) Registration Procedures The DSR will enter into a signed agreement with RG&E specifying the terms under which the DSR will participate in the program. This agreement will include information needed by the NYISO for program administration. The data required will include at least the organization name, an administrative contact, 7x24 operations contacts, the LBMP zone and/or sub-zone, and billing meter number. RG&E will provide the DSR with the appropriate zonal designation. e) Metering and Meter Data Provision DSRs taking service under the Demand Reduction Program will be required to have an interval-billing meter. If the DSR does not already have an interval meter, it must acquire one per general information section 3.E of this tariff. Customers will bear the cost of such metering equipment only to the extent that it is not covered by NYSERDA. (Continued on next leaf)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003

Leaf No. 203 Revision: 0 Superseding Revision:

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME -OF-USE RATE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Contd.) 9. NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider (continued) f) Bidding by the DSR 1.) The DSR will submit its demand reduction bids to the DRP in accordance with the agreement. 2.) Bids must be submitted to the DRP by 11:00 a.m. two days ahead of the curtailment day, (e.g. by 11:00 a.m. on Monday for Wednesday). However, bids for Saturday and Sunday must be submitted by 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, and bids for Monday and Tuesday must be submitted by 11:00 a.m. on Friday. 3.) Bids must be submitted in blocks in accordance with the agreement between the DSR and the DRP. 4.) Bids must be submitted in dollar and/or cents increments per KW for the desired block(s) of time in accordance with the agreement between the DSR and the DRP. 5.) The DSR could include a curtailment initiation cost as an integral part of their bid. 6.) The DSR will submit bids that the DRP will aggregate into whole MW increments. i) DSRs must bid in 0.10 MW (100 KW) increments. ii) The 0.10 MW (100KW) units will be inclusive of the appropriate loss factor. iii) The 0.10 MW (100KW) units may include the curtailment initiation factor. 7.) A bid can not be recalled or changed once it has been accepted by the DPR.

g) Bidding by the DRP The DRP must submit its demand reduction bid to the NYISO in whole MW units. The DRP will aggregate the DSR bids, at each price level bid by the DSRs, into whole MW units. In the event that the total aggregated demand reduction bid by the DSRs does not total to a whole MW unit, the individual DSR demand reduction bids will be pro-rated downward so that the total DRP bid will total to the next lowest whole MW (e.g. DSR bids that totaled 2.3 MW would be pro-rated so that the total DRP bid was 2.0 MW). The DRP will aggregate bids from all of the service classifications at each price level. The DRP will be notified of the acceptance of the bid by the NYISO one day ahead. The DRP will notify the DSR upon receipt of notification of the acceptance of a bid by the NYISO on the day prior to the day of the curtailment.

(Continued on next leaf)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: October 2, 2006

Leaf No. 204 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME -OF-USE RATE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Contd.) 9. NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider (continued) h) DSR Customer Baseline Load and Actual Consumption The DSR Customer Baseline Load ("CBL") is an average hourly energy consumption that is used to determine the level of curtailment for each individual DSR. The CBL will be calculated according to the NYISO Day-Ahead Response Program Manual that is posted on the NYISO's web-site. The DRP shall submit demand reduction bids to the NYISO. All DSRs whose bids are included, in whole or in part, in the DRP's demand reduction bid that is scheduled and accepted by the NYISO, are expected to reduce their real-time energy consumption by the amount of the bid accepted by the DRP. The amount of actual real-time curtailment determined for a DSR will be equal to its CBL less its actual real-time consumption during the specified curtailment. i) Payment by DSR DSRs taking service under this rider will pay the rates and charges that would otherwise be applicable under this service classification and will be subject to all other terms and conditions of this service classification. Failure to pay any charges associated with service under this service classification, including any penalties charged per section (k) of this rider, will result in the rescinding the DSR's right to participate in this program. Payment to DSR The DRP will be paid by the NYISO in accordance with the NYISO Day-Ahead Demand Response Program Manual. The DSR will receive a rebate equal to 90% of the rate paid to the DRP by the NYISO for the amount of its demand reduction bid that was accepted by the DRP.

j)

k) Non-Performance Penalties For DSRs who fail to comply with a scheduled NYISO curtailment, non-conformance penalties, as described in the NYISO Day-Ahead Demand Response Program Manual, will apply. These penalties will initially be charged to the DRP by the NYISO, and will be passed along, in their entirety to the noncomplying DSRs. 10. Customer Owned Meters As described in Rule 3.E.(2) and Rule 4.A.(2), Customers taking service under this service classification have the option of owning a Commission-approved meter. Such meters remain under the control of the Company. Each month, a Customer that owns a Commission-approved meter will not be charged the monthly Meter Ownership charge applicable to the customer s voltage level.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: July 1,, 2009

Leaf No. 204.1 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 (Cont'd) LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME -OF-USE RATE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Cont d) 11. Farm Waste Electric Generating System Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Farm Waste Electric Generating Syste Option pursuant m to General Information Section 16 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 8. If electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation is not metered for the time -differentiated periods, an allocation to each TOU period will be done according to allocation factors as described herein. Forty percent (40%) of the excess electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer will be considered On -Peak. Sixty percent (60%) of the the excess electricity (kWh) will be considered Off -Peak.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economic Rochester, New York s,

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 204.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 3 Initial Effective Date: April 1, 2012 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 11-E-0322 dated November 21, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE – TIME-OF-USE RATE SPECIAL PROVISIONS (Cont’d)
12. Wind Electric Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Wind Electric Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 13 of this Schedule and taking service under SC 8 - TOU. If electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation is not metered for the time-differentiated periods, an allocation to each TOU period will be done according to allocation factors as described herein. Forty percent (40%) of the excess electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer will be considered On-Peak. Sixty percent (60%) of the the excess electricity (kWh) will be considered Off-Peak. 13. Electric Hybrid Generating System Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Electric Hybrid Generating System Option pursuant to General Information Section 17 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 8. 14. Solar Non-Residential Electric Generating System Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Solar Non-Residential Electric Generating System Option pursuant to General information Section 15 of this Schedule, and taking service under SC No. 8. If electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer to the Corporation is not metered for the time-differentiated periods, an allocation to each TOU period will be done according to allocation factors as described herein. Forty percent (40%) of the excess electricity (kWh) supplied by the customer will be considered On-Peak. Sixty percent (60%) of the the excess electricity (kWh) will be considered Off-Peak. 15. Fuel Cell Electric Service Option This option is for a customer qualifying for the Fuel Cell Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 19 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 8. 16. Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option This Option is for a customer qualifying for the Micro-Hydroelectric Service Option pursuant to General Information Section 20 of this Schedule and taking service under SC No. 8.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011

Leaf No. 204.3 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8

LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE Reserved For Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011

Leaf No. 204.4 Revision: 7 Superseding Revision: 5

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d)

Reserved For Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011

Leaf No. 204.5 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 2

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d)

Reserved For Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011

Leaf No. 204.6 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d)

Reserved For Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011

Leaf No. 204.7 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 8 LARGE GENERAL SERVICE - TIME-OF-USE RATE (Cont’d)

Reserved For Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2007

Leaf No. 205 Revision: 7 Superseding Revision: 6

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2007

Leaf No. 205.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2007

Leaf No. 206 Revision: 6 Superseding Revision: 5

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2007

Leaf No. 207 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2007

Leaf No. 208 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2007

Leaf No. 209 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 210 Revision: 12 Superseding Revision: 10

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR: All purposes, in Entire Territory, at the option of customers who would otherwise be served under Service Classification No. 2, 3 or 7 of this Schedule. This service classification shall remain available to those customers taking service continuously hereunder as of October 24, 1997, but, after that date this classification shall no longer be available to new or converting customers. This classification is available to all such customers providing that access to a telephone extension is available at the meter location(s). CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle; voltage and phase at the Company's option, as available and appropriate for the customer's requirements. SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS: Customers served under this Service Classification may select from two different Supply Service Options as described below. RG&E will offer a Retail Access rate choice and a Non-Retail Access rate choice. The Retail Access choice (see below) is the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). The Non-Retail choice is the (see below) is the RG&E Supply Service (RSS). RG&E will provide only delivery service for the Retail Access choice. Electricity supply is provided by an Energy Services Company (“ESCO”). RG&E will provide delivery service and commodity service for the Non-Retail Access choice. 1. ESCO Supply Service (ESS) This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge ( Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), and a Bill Issuance Charge. Customers that elect ESS and receive a Consolidated Bill will not be subject to the Bill Issuance Charge. An Energy Service Services Company (“ESCO”) provides Electric Power Supply to the customer. RG&E provides the delivery service only. RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges:

Customer Charge
Delivery Demand Charge (All months, per kilowatt) Energy Delivery Charge (Peak hours, per kilowatt-hour) Energy Delivery Charge (Off-Peak hours, per kilowatt-hour)

9/26/10 $9.10 $9.01 $0.01668 $0.01668 $3.98 $6.55

Effective Date 9/01/11 $13.75 $9.57 $0.01585 $0.01585 $3.98 $6.55

9/01/12 $20.61 $10.26 $0.01506 $0.01506 $3.98 $6.55

Meter Charge Single Phase Poly Phase

Additional Meter Charge: As specified in the Meter Charges section of this Service Classification. System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Per SBC Statement Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4 POR Administration Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Per POR Statement, as described in Rule 4 Bill Issuance Charge (per bill): $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F. Transition Charge (“TC”), or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge statement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9

Leaf No. 210.1 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont d) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 210.1.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont’d) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 210.2 Revision: 9 Superseding Revision: 7

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont’d) 2. RG&E Supply Service (RSS)
This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), a Bill Issuance Charge, and a commodity charge that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC).. Electricity supply is provided by RG&E.

RATE: (Per Meter, Per Month) Delivery Charges: Effective Date 9/1/11 $13.75 $9.57 $0.01585 $0.01585 $3.98 $6.55

Customer Charge
Delivery Demand Charge (All months, per kilowatt)

9/26/10 $9.10 $9.01 $0.01668 $0.01668 $3.98 $6.55

9/1/12 $20.61 $10.26 $0.01506 $0.01506 $3.98 $6.55

Energy Delivery Charge (Peak
hours, per kilowatt-hour) Energy Delivery Charge (Off-Peak hours, per kilowatt-hour)

Meter Charge Single Phase Poly Phase

Additional Meter Charge: As specified in the Meter Charges section of this Service Classification. System Benefits Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Merchant Function Charge: All kilowatthours, per kWh Bill Issuance Charge (per bill): Per SBC Statement

Per RPS Statement, as described in Rule 4 Per MFC Statement, as described in Rule 12 $0.95, as described in Rule 11.F.

Transition Charge (“TC”), or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh Per Transition Charge statement. Electricity Supply Charge: The charge for Electric Power Supply provided by RG&E will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components: Energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy, Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 210.3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 9 Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 Superseding Revision: 8 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont’d)

Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9

Leaf No. 210.3.1 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 0

GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont d) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9

Leaf No. 210.4 Revision: 3 Superseding Revision: 2

GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont d) Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010

Leaf No. 210.5 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 3

Issued in compliance with Commission Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont’d)

METER CHARGES:
The following charges are applicable to a customer taking service under this Service Classification. Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase)

$19.79 $19.79 $19.79

$23.81 $23.81 $23.81

$1.62 $1.62 $1.62

SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be added to each customer bill for service under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See TSAS Statement. REVENUE DECOUPLING MECHANISM (“RDM”): All customers taking service under this Service Classification will be subject to a RDM adjustment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See RDM Statement. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (“MFC”): The Merchant Function Charge reflects the administrative costs of obtaining electricity supply. All customers taking supply service under this Service Classification with RG&E will be subject to a MFC charge (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 12.). See MFC Statement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 211 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE MINIMUM CHARGE: The minimum monthly charge for service under this service classification will be the applicable meter charges plus the minimum demand charge plus the Bill Issuance Charge, if applicable. MINIMUM DELIVERY DEMAND CHARGE: 1. The minimum monthly delivery demand charge is $4.38 per kilowatt of service capacity contracted for, but not less than $50.00. Whenever the monthly maximum demand registered exceeds the service capacity contracted for, the customer's service capacity shall be automatically increased to such maximum demand and the service capacity thus established may not be reduced during the next succeeding 11 months. The seasonally adjusted demand shall be determined by multiplying the monthly maximum demand registered by a factor of 1.00 for the Summer Season, a factor of .75 for the Winter Season and a factor of .85 for the Base Season. 2. Where the customer's equipment and/or method of operation requires the installation of service facilities (transformers, etc.) in excess of that considered by the Company's engineers as required for normal utilization of service, at the Company's option the facilities shall be installed, and either: a. A special service capacity shall be determined, based on the lower of either 80 percent of the transformer installation required, or 80 percent of the maximum 15-second load in kilovolt-amperes. Such service capacity multiplied by $4.38 per kilowatt shall determine the Minimum Delivery Demand Charge and shall remain in force for each month until there is a change in the customer's equipment or method of operation; or The customer may elect to pay the Company its costs for that portion of service facilities in excess of that required for normal utilization of service, in which case, the Minimum Demand Charge shall be as provided for under Item 1 above.

b.

DETERMINATION OF BILLING DEMAND: 1. Basic Demand The demand applicable to the minimum charge will be the measured maximum 30 minute integrated demand occurring any time during the monthly period for which bill is rendered. 2. Peak Hours Demand The demand applicable to the billing demand charge computation, will be the measured maximum 30 minute integrated demand occurring any time during the peak hours in the monthly period for which bill is rendered. DEFINITION OF SEASONS: Summer: June 1-September 30, inclusive Winter: December 1-February 28/29, inclusive Base: All other days

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

Leaf No. 212 Revision: 6 Superseding Revision: 5

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 (Cont'd) GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE DEFINITION OF HOURLY PERIOD: Peak Hours Energy: Peak hours are defined as the hours between 7:00 am and 11:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Off-Peak Hours Energy: All remaining hours. HIGH VOLTAGE OPTION: Where service at a higher than secondary voltage (4,160 volts or above) is available, and where the customer elects to be served thereby, and the customer will at his own expense provide, install and maintain the necessary transformers and protective devices of a size and type approved by the Company, a high voltage discount will apply. HIGH VOLTAGE DISCOUNT: A high voltage discount will apply to customers taking service at 4,160 volts or above. The High Voltage Delivery Demand Charge Discount is equal to the above Delivery Demand Charge less $0.60 per kilowatt of billed demand. The delivery demand charge stated under MINIMUM DELIVERY DEMAND CHARGE shall be discounted, less $0.60 per kilowatt and $6.82, respectively. TERMS OF PAYMENT: All bills are rendered at the above rate. A late payment charge of one and one-half percent (1-1/2%) per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the "last day to pay" date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C.2. TERM: One year and thereafter until terminated by 30 days' written notice. However, when the amount of investment required or other conditions of service are such as to warrant, the Company, with the permission of the Public Service Commission, may agree with the customer to render service at rates from time to time effective for a longer term.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 213 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 9 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 8 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: 1. Submetering Service Electric service under this service classification is available to any customer who qualifies for a submetering option as provided for under Rule 2.E.2. Change of Service Classification The Company will provide service under Service Classification No. 8 - General Service - 300 Kilowatts Minimum, whenever it is determined that the customer is using, or might use, 300 kilowatts or more of billing demand during any three months in an annual period. Economic Development Programs A. Economic Development Zone Rider (EDZ) New service under this rider will no longer be available to customers whose zone certificate includes an initial date of eligibility after January 1, 2005. Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Economic Development Zone Rider. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under General Information Section 4.L.2 shall pay for service at the following rate: RATE: (per month) Customer Charge: Demand Charge: All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand Energy Charge: For all peak kilowatthours, per kilowatthour For all shoulder-peak kilowatthours, per kilowatthour For all off-peak kilowatthours, per kilowatthour RATE $25.00 $ 4.95 .04444 .04337 .03909

2.

3.

For customers qualifying for the EDZ program the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply. All customers will be required to pay the System Benefits Charges, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, and Revenue Decoupling Mechanism in accordance with the standard RSS rates for this Service Classification.

EDZ customers with less than 100% of their load served under EDZ rates will be billed at the RG&E Supply Service Option for the non-EDZ portion and charged in accordingly.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 213.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 6 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont'd) 3. Economic Development Programs (Cont’d)
B) Empire Zone Rate (EZR) Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Empire Zone Rate. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under General Information Section 4.L.4 shall pay for service at the following rate:

RATE: (per month) For customers qualifying for the EZR program the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply. All customers will be required to pay Commodity, Merchant Function, and Bill Issuance Charge if applicable, in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification. All customers are also required to pay the System Benefits Charge, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, and Revenue Decoupling Mechanism in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification.

9/26/10 Customer Charge, per month Demand Charge: All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand $9.10 $2.37 $0.01668 $0.01668

Effective Date 9/1/11 $13.75 $2.46 $0.01585 $0.01585

9/1/12 $20.61 $2.49 $0.01506 $0.01506

Delivery Charge, per kWh, Peak Delivery Charge, per kWh, Off-peak

Metering Charges: Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase) Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary Secondary (Polyphase) Primary (Polyphase)

$19.79 $19.79 $19.79

$23.81 $23.81 $23.81

$1.62 $1.62 $1.62

EZR customers will be offered two Supply Service Options and charged in accordance with their choice: 1. ESCO Supply Service 2. RG&E Supply Service ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 214 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 10 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 8 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Contd.)
4. Incremental Load Rate (ILR) Service taken under this Service Classification may be eligible for the rates and charges under the Incremental Load Rate. Any customer who meets the qualifications set forth under Rule 4.L.1.A of this tariff, shall pay for service for its eligible load at the following rate:
RATE: (per month) For customers qualifying for the ILR program the Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge) does not apply. All customers will be required to pay Commodity, Merchant Function, and Bill Issuance Charge if applicable, in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification. All customer are also required to pay the System Benefits Charge, Renewable Portfolio Standard, Temporary State Assessment Surcharge, and Revenue Decoupling Mechanism in accordance with the standard RSS or ESS rates for this Service Classification.

9/26/10 Customer Charge, per month Demand Charge: All kilowatts, per kilowatt of billing demand $9.10 $5.69 $0.01668 $0.01668

Effective Date 9/1/11 $13.75 $6.01 $0.01585 $0.01585

9/1/12 $20.61 $6.38 $0.01506 $0.01506

Delivery Charge, per kWh, Peak Delivery Charge, per kWh, Off-peak

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 214.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 7 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 5 Issued in compliance with order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont'd) 4. Incremental Load Rate (ILR) (Cont’d) Metering Charges: Meter Ownership Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary $19.79 Secondary (Polyphase) $19.79 Primary (Polyphase) $19.79 Meter Service Charge: Metering Voltage Secondary $23.81 Secondary (Polyphase) $23.81 Primary (Polyphase) $23.81 Meter Data Service Charge (meter reading): Metering Voltage Secondary $1.62 Secondary (Polyphase) $1.62 Primary (Polyphase) $1.62 ILR customers will be offered two Supply Service Options and charged in accordance with their choice: 1. ESCO Supply Service 2. RG&E Supply Service

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 1, 2008 Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 02-E-0198 dated May 23, 2008

Leaf No. 214.1.1 Revision: 1 Superseding Revision: 0

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 9 GENERAL SERVICE TIME-OF-USE (Cont'd) 5 Competitive Metering A Customer taking service under this service classification which has a measured demand of 50 kW or greater for two consecutive months during the most recent 12 mon ths is eligible to contract with a qualified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and a qualified Meter Data Service Provider (MDSP) to provide meter services and meter data services, in accordance with Rule 3.E.4 and Rule 4.A.3 of this tariff. Meter service and meter data service will be provided in accordance with Addendum MET-1 of this tariff. Each month, a Customer receiving meter service and meter data service from a MSP and/or MDSP will not be charged the Meter Ownership, Meter Service and Meter Data Servic e charges.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 215 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 GENERAL SERVICE - INDIVIDUALLY NEGOTIATED CONTRACTS PURPOSE: The purpose is to provide a competitive response that balances the interests of the participating Customer, the non-participating Customers, and the utility shareholders. The pricing and terms of this Service Classification shall be set to maximize the contribution to Corporation fixed costs through retention of eligible Customers. APPLICABLE TO THE USE OF SERVICE FOR: Electric service to retain an existing non-residential Customer taking service under the Non-Retail Access Rate or the Retail Access Rate. The Customer will be, or continue to be, eligible to receive Energy Services as provided by the Corporation. CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle, voltage and phase at the Corporation's option, as available and appropriate for the Customer's requirements.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 216 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 (Cont d) INDIVIDUAL ELECTRIC SERVICE AGREEMENT: Determination as to whether or not the Corporation will enter into an Individual Electric Service Agreement will be based on an assessment of the need to retain or expand a Customer s load and the demonstration of economic benefits to non-participating Customers. Upon 30 days notice to the Corporation, and upon acceptance of the application by the Corporation, a Customer may qualify for an Individual Electric Service Agreement pursuant to this Service Classification. The Individual Electric Service Agreement shall contain and specify all terms and conditions necessary for the Corporation to provide service to the Customer, including but not limited to: (A) The term of service. (B) The characteristics of service in addition to Character of Service listed above. (C) A listing of the rates and charges to be paid for services rendered. (D) A statement that the Customer has met all of the requirements of this Service Classification including the following requirements: (1) If relocation is Customer's competitive viable alternative: (a) Customer must provide historic financial documentation as the basis for future financial projections presented for the period for which an Individual Electric Service Agreement is being requested. The historic financial data and the financial projections should support the need for rate relief to operate in a manner consistent with past practices within the service territory of the Corporation. (b) Customer must submit a strategic operating plan for the Customer to continue to operate in a manner consistent with past practices at the existing facility, or to expand at the existing facility, within the Corporation's service territory. b.1. The plan shall include an appropriate showing to the Corporation of the favorable economics and the viability of alternative electricity options. In so doing, the plan shall include an assessment of competitive factors including cost factors within the Customer's market.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 216.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 (Cont d) INDIVIDUAL ELECTRIC SERVICE AGREEMENT (Cont d): These cost factors may include, but are not limited to, the following: b.1.a. Costs of shipping raw materials (industrial), or service resources (public authorities) to the production site. b.1.b. Costs of shipping product to the Customer delivery points. b.1.c. Material costs. b.1.d. Property and other applicable local and state taxes. b.1.e. Employee costs. b.1.f. Electricity costs. b.1.g. The potential cost to the Customer of complying with environmental regulations sufficient to meet minimum environmental permitting requirements. b.1.h. Other energy costs. b.2. The Customer agrees to evaluate and assess in good faith the implementation of energy efficiency improvements in the Customer's facility. This assessment may be accomplished through recommendations from a comprehensive production analysis or energy audit performed for the facility.

(2) If Self Generation or Co-Generation is the Customer's competitive viable alternative: (a) Customer must submit a strategic operating plan. a.1. The plan shall provide an appropriate justification to the Corporation of the favorable economics and the viability of the self-generation or co-generation alternative. This plan shall include, but not be limited to, the following: a.1.a. If on-site generation exists: i. A description of existing thermal and electric generation equipment, including all thermal and electric loads; ii. A description of the electric generating equipment, including size, annual and hourly electric output, and annual and hourly fuel consumption and costs; iii. A listing of annual non-fuel operating expenses for the energy facility, including, but not limited to, operating labor, maintenance, consumables, and O&M contract services; iv. A detail of other costs for energy facility, including, but not limited to, labor overheads, taxes, insurance, capital improvements, permit fees, and financing on existing equipment; and v. A description of areas of concern or difficulty which are adversely impacting current operations of the energy facility.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 216.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 (Cont d) INDIVIDUAL ELECTRIC SERVICE AGREEMENT (Cont d): a.1.b. If on-site generation is being favorably considered: i. A description of the proposed self generation/co-generation facility, including the facility s electric output, heat rate, and fuel consumption; ii. A breakdown of the estimated cost of the proposed facility; iii. A description of the intended operation of the proposed facility; iv. A detail of non-fuel operating costs, including, but not limited to, operating labor, general maintenance, overhaul maintenance, consumables and O&M contract services; v. A projection of annual electricity requirements and costs for Standby Service; vi. A description of the environmental impacts of the proposed facility; and vii. A Projected Cash Flow Analysis, detailing the financial data for the project life. a.1.c. The Customer agrees to evaluate and assess in good faith the implementation of energy efficiency improvements in the Customer's facility. This assessment may be accomplished through recommendations from a comprehensive production analysis or energy audit performed for the facility. (E) The documentation, including the historic and projected future financial information, will demonstrate, in a form acceptable to the Corporation, the competitive alternatives and the pricing objective needed to retain the Customer. The pricing objective shall specify the relief from the otherwise applicable standard tariff rate that is necessary to retain the Customer s load, recognizing contributions towards achieving that objective from other economic development entities. (F) The documentation shall also demonstrate the Customer s participation in or efforts to participate in available State and/or local economic development programs as reviewed and attested to by the appropriate agency(ies) and Economic Development staff employed by the Corporation. To that end, the Corporation will coordinate a comprehensive program of development initiatives that are available and applicable from the private and/or public sector(s). Each Individual Electric Service Agreement will identify billing procedures provided under the Corporation s economic development tariff, contracts, and programs (including NYPA economic development programs) as appropriate.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 216.3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 (Cont d) INDIVIDUAL ELECTRIC SERVICE AGREEMENT (Cont d): (G) The strategic operating plan must be accompanied by a sworn affidavit of the senior manager or officer at the Customer's facility, representing that the information submitted is true and that absent the Individual Electric Service Agreement, the Customer could no longer continue to operate its existing facility in a manner consistent with recent historical practices in the Corporation's service territory. The affidavit submitted by the Customer shall also include a commitment to continue to assess in good faith the resulting recommendations from any comprehensive production analysis and energy audit for inclusion in the Customer's facility, throughout the term of the Individual Electric Service Agreement. Terms and conditions of service included in each Individual Electric Service Agreement required for service hereunder will be established in a manner which does not unduly discriminate between similarly situated Customers. Each Individual Electric Service Agreement will be jointly filed with the Public Service Commission ( PSC or Commission ) by the Corporation and the Customer pursuant to the PSC s Order Approving Guidelines For Flexible Rate Service Contracts, issued and effective April 14, 2005 in PSC Case 03-E-1761 (the April 2005 Order ). The filing and any subsequent information requested by the PSC or its Staff regarding the Individual Electric Service Agreement will be subject to full confidentiality protection as a trade secret. A quarterly report will be filed with the PSC pursuant the April 2005 Order. The report will be subject to full confidentiality protection as a trade secret.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 217 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 (Cont d) RATES:
The specific charges for service under this Service Classification will be stated in the Individual Electric Service Agreement executed for each Customer served hereunder. DELIVERY RATE The rate contained in an Individual Electric Service Agreement will, at a minimum, recover the Corporation's marginal costs plus a contribution toward system costs ("Marginal Cost Floor"). The Marginal Cost Floor is defined as: MCtrans + MCdist + MCancillary + NTAC + contribution toward system costs Where: MCtrans MCdist MCancillary NTAC is the Corporation s FERC-approved Transmission Service Charge is the Corporation s marginal distribution costs is the Corporation s system load weighted average of the NYISO ancillary services charges for Schedules 1 (fixed and variable), 2, 3, 5, and 6, is the NYPA Transmission Access Charge

Unless an updated marginal cost study is attached to the Individual Electric Service Agreement, the marginal costs that are approved by the PSC for use in the development of the Corporation s Empire Zone Rates ( EZR ) rates will be used for determining the Marginal Cost Floor. COMMODITY RATE Customer Options: The Corporation may provide electric commodity service at the rate for commodity available in the otherwise applicable Service Classification, as amended or superseded; or The Corporation will facilitate a Customer s access to market commodity options available from ESCOs by offering the Customer assistance with linking the Customer with an ESCO that will offer, at a minimum, fixed price commodity for a period of at least six months. If the Customer s pricing objective, as demonstrated by the Customer, cannot be met by a combination of the above delivery and commodity offerings and other economic development offers, the Corporation will evaluate innovative solutions and pursue alternatives in an effort to achieve the Customer s pricing objective, provided that if the Corporation is the provider of the commodity, then the Corporation shall not be required to supply that commodity below cost, the commodity shall not be drawn from the Corporation s existing supply portfolio, and the pursuit of commodity service shall not result in an economic detriment to other Customers.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 217.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 1 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 (Cont d) TERM: The term of delivery service shall be limited to no more than five years, unless a longer term is approved by the PSC. Prospective adjustments may be negotiated by the Corporation and the Customer, as defined within the Individual Electric Service Agreement. The term of standard Corporation-offered commodity service supplied by the Corporation shall be reflected in the Individual Electric Service Agreement and shall remain in effect for the time periods established in the otherwise applicable Service Classification. Other commodity options may provide for prospective price changes and term limitations, as defined within the Individual Electric Service Agreement. If a Customer terminates or breaches an Individual Electric Service Agreement with the Corporation prior to the expiration of the term in which the price for a non-tariffed commodity option was to remain in effect, the Customer shall be responsible for compensating the Corporation for any obligations the Corporation has, or any damages the Corporation incurs, to a supplier relating to that price.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 218 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 8 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 5 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 (Cont’d)
MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (MFC): Per MFC Statement, as described in Rule 12. All kilowatt hours, per kWh. POR ADMINISTRATION CHARGE Per POR Statement, as described in Rule 4. All kilowatt hours, per kWh. SYSTEM BENEFITS CHARGE: Per SBC Statement, as described in Rule 4. All kilowatt hours, per kWh. SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be added to each customer bill for service under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See TSAS Statement. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (“MFC”): The Merchant Function Charge reflects the administrative costs of obtaining electricity supply. All customers taking supply service under this Service Classification with RG&E will be subject to a MFC charge (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 12.). See MFC Statement. INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: The rates and charges under this Service Classification will be increased by the applicable effective aggregate percentage shown in Rule 4.J. for service supplied within the municipality where the Customer is taking service. TERMS OF PAYMENT: All bills are rendered at the above rates as stated on each Individual Electric Service Agreement. A late payment charge of one and one-half (11/2) percent per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the “last day to pay” date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C(2). The late payment charge will be stated in the Individual Electric Service Agreement but shall not exceed the rate stated in Rule 4.C.2. NYISO EMERGENCY DEMAND RESPONSE PROGRAM RIDER Any Customer that is taking service under this Service Classification and is participating in the NYISO's Emergency Demand Response Program ("EDRP"), as provided in the NYISO’s Services Tariff as an EDRP Load, is eligible for service under this rider. The Customer must submit to the Corporation an application for service under this Rider. The Corporation will process the Customer application in no more than seven (7) days after submission of a completed application, subject to any processing time required by the NYISO. Participation in the EDRP is voluntary and no penalties will be assessed for the failure to curtail load. a) Term The Corporation will notify Customers as to when their load may first be offered to the NYISO. b) Emergency Demand Response Period Notification

The Corporation will notify Customers served under this Rider when the NYISO declares an emergency, in accordance with Attachment G to NYISO’s Services Tariff. Notice shall be provided by telephone, e-mail, facsimile and/or other electronic means, as agreed upon by the Corporation and the Customer. Notification will occur approximately 2 hours prior to the need for load reduction by Customers. The Corporation shall endeavor to provide earlier notification when possible, but shorter notification periods may be necessary. The Corporation will also notify Customers served under this Rider when the NYISO declares the emergency to be over. Reductions to the load served by the Corporation by Customers under this Rider in response to NYISO-declared emergencies will be voluntary. In order to receive payments under this Rider, Customers must be able to demonstrate that their load curtailment or operation of emergency generating equipment was in effect for the entire period of each NYISOdeclared emergency. The Customer shall designate in writing an authorized representative and an alternate representative to receive the notice. (Continued on next leaf)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10

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NYISO EMERGENCY DEMAND RESPONSE PROGRAM RIDER (CONT'D) c) Rates and Payments Customers taking service under this Rider will pay the rates and charges that would otherwise be applicable under this service classification and will be subject to all other terms and conditions of this service classification. The Company will make payment for load reductions to a Customer taking service under this Rider and for which the Company can verify load reduction during the Emergency Demand Response Periods. Upon Company verification of load reduction, the Company shall pay the Customer at least 90% of the NYISO payment for each event. The NYISO payment will be the higher of $500 per MWh or the zonal real-time Locational-Based Marginal Price (LBMP) per MWh of demand reduced . If NYISO activates the EDRP for four hours or less, the NYISO will pay the higher of $500 per MWh or the zonal real-time LBMP per Mwh of demand reduced, for the duration of the EDRP activation or two hours, whichever is greater. The load reduction in each hour for which payment will be made under this Rider will be measured in accordance with the CBL methodology contained in the NYISO EDRP Operating Manual. d) Metering and Meter Data Provision The participating Customer must utilize interval metering. If the Customer does not currently have interval metering, the Customer will be responsible for all metering and communication costs not otherwise covered by the Company, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) or any other source. If a customer has an on-site generator, the generator must have a certified interval meter. The meter must be ANSI standard and a professional engineer must certify the meter and installation.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10

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GENERAL SERVICE - INDIVIDUALLY NEGOTIATED CONTRACTS NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider Any Customer that is taking service under this service classification and is participating in the NYISO's Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program is eligible for service under this rider. a) Term The Demand Reduction Incentive Payments offered under this rider will expire on October 31, 2003.

b) Demand Reduction Provider Customers taking service under this rider are responsible for enrolling with a NYISO approved Demand Reduction Provider ("DRP"). A DRP is an entity qualified pursuant to NYISO procedures that bids Demand Side Resources of at least 1 MW. The DRP shall aggregate the loads received from Demand Side Resources. The DRP shall, if necessary, pro-rate the demand reduction bids in order to submit bids in the whole MWs required by the NYISO. RG&E will function as a DRP. Customers taking service under this rider will sign an agreement with RG&E. c) Demand Side Resources Demand Side Resources ("DSR") are customers that are capable of reducing demand in a responsive, measurable and verifiable manner within time limits, are qualified to participate in the program, and have signed an agreement with RG&E.

d) Registration Procedures The DSR will enter into a signed agreement with RG&E specifying the terms under which the DSR will participate in the program. This agreement will include information needed by the NYISO for program administration. The data required will include at least the organization name, an administrative contact, 7x24 operations contacts, the LBMP zone and/or sub-zone, and billing meter number. RG&E will provide the DSR with the appropriate zonal designation. e) Metering and Meter Data Provision DSRs taking service under the Demand Reduction Program will be required to have an interval-billing meter. If the DSR does not already have an interval meter, it must acquire one per general information section 3.E of this tariff. Customers will bear the cost of such metering equipment only to the extent that it is not covered by NYSERDA.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 (Cont'd)

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NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider (continued) f) Bidding by the DSR 1.) The DSR will submit its demand reduction bids to the DRP in accordance with the agreement. 2.) Bids must be submitted to the DRP by 11:00 a.m. two days ahead of the curtailment day, (e.g. by 11:00 a.m. on Monday for Wednesday). However, bids for Saturday and Sunday must be submitted by 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, and bids for Monday and Tuesday must be submitted by 11:00 a.m. on Friday. 3.) Bids must be submitted in blocks in accordance with the agreement between the DSR and the DRP. 4.) Bids must be submitted in dollar and/or cents increments per KW for the desired block(s) of time in accordance with the agreement between the DSR and the DRP. 5.) The DSR could include a curtailment initiation cost as an integral part of their bid. 6.) The DSR will submit bids that the DRP will aggregate into whole MW increments. i) DSRs must bid in 0.10 MW (100 KW) increments. ii) The 0.10 MW (100KW) units will be inclusive of the appropriate loss factor. iii) The 0.10 MW (100KW) units may include the curtailment initiation factor. 7.) A bid can not be recalled or changed once it has been accepted by the DPR. g) Bidding by the DRP The DRP must submit its demand reduction bid to the NYISO in whole MW units. The DRP will aggregate the DSR bids, at each price level bid by the DSRs, into whole MW units. In the event that the total aggregated demand reduction bid by the DSRs does not total to a whole MW unit, the individual DSR demand reduction bids will be pro-rated downward so that the total DRP bid will total to the next lowest whole MW (e.g. DSR bids that totaled 2.3 MW would be pro-rated so that the total DRP bid was 2.0 MW). The DRP will aggregate bids from all of the service classifications at each price level. The DRP will be notified of the acceptance of the bid by the NYISO one day ahead. The DRP will notify the DSR upon receipt of notification of the acceptance of a bid by the NYISO on the day prior to the day of the curtailment.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 (Cont'd)

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NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider (continued) h) DSR Customer Baseline Load and Actual Consumption The DSR Customer Baseline Load ("CBL") is an average hourly energy consumption that is used to determine the level of curtailment for each individual DSR. The CBL will be calculated according to the NYISO Day-Ahead Response Program Manual that is posted on the NYISO's web-site. The DRP shall submit demand reduction bids to the NYISO. All DSRs whose bids are included, in whole or in part, in the DRP's demand reduction bid that is scheduled and accepted by the NYISO, are expected to reduce their real-time energy consumption by the amount of the bid accepted by the DRP. The amount of actual real-time curtailment determined for a DSR will be equal to its CBL less its actual real-time consumption during the specified curtailment. i) Payment by DSR DSRs taking service under this rider will pay the rates and charges that would otherwise be applicable under this service classification and will be subject to all other terms and conditions of this service classification. Failure to pay any charges associated with service under this service classification, including any penalties charged per section (k) of this rider, will result in the rescinding the DSR's right to participate in this program. Payment to DSR The DRP will be paid by the NYISO in accordance with the NYISO Day-Ahead Demand Response Program Manual. The DSR will receive a rebate equal to 90% of the rate paid to the DRP by the NYISO for the amount of its demand reduction bid that was accepted by the DRP. Non-Performance Penalties For DSRs who fail to comply with a scheduled NYISO curtailment, non-conformance penalties, as described in the NYISO Day-Ahead Demand Response Program Manual, will apply. These penalties will initially be charged to the DRP by the NYISO, and will be passed along, in their entirety to the non-complying DSRs.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 222.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 (Cont d) SPECIAL PROVISONS: 1. Previous SC 10 Tariff This provision is applicable to Individual Electric Service Agreements in effect prior to August 29, 2005. ELIGIBILITY: A. To receive service under this Service Classification, the Customer must: 1. Be an existing or potential non-residential Customer taking service under the Non-Retail Access Rate or the Retail Access Rate; and 2. Provide reasonable documentation demonstrating to the Corporation's satisfaction evidence of a viable competitive alternative (excluding competitive alternatives in which the Corporation has an ownership interest) to the Corporation's present service subject to an agreed-upon confidentiality agreement; and 3. Execute a Customer Service Agreement for Service Classification No. 10, including the pricing offered by the Corporation, and to be subject to the restrictions and provisions of this Service Classification. B. The Customer will be, or continue to be, eligible to receive Energy Services as provided by the Corporation. SERVICE AGREEMENT: Upon 30 days notice to the Corporation, and upon acceptance of the application by the Corporation, a Customer may qualify for an Individual Service Agreement pursuant to this Service Classification. The Service Agreement shall contain all terms and conditions necessary for the Corporation to provide service to the Customer, including, but not limited to: A. The Term of service. The negotiated term of the Individual Electric Service Agreement shall be at least 12 months. Individual Electric Service Agreements offering fixed prices are generally limited to a term of seven years, unless a longer term is approved by the Commission. Individual Electric Service Agreements offering prices linked to a particular price or cost index may have longer terms, at the option of the Corporation and its Customer. B. The Character of Service terms. C. The Rates and Charges to be paid for service rendered. Service under this Service Classification may be terminated immediately at the Corporation s option for material breach of the provisions of their Individual Electric Service Agreement. Such Customers shall be eligible for service under the otherwise appropriate Service Classification. The first negotiated Individual Electric Service Agreement between the Corporation and a Customer will be submitted to the Commission for review. For the initial and subsequent Individual Electric Service Agreement, the Corporation shall file addenda pursuant to Commission Order Concerning Tariffs Authorizing Individually Contracts, issued and effective May 8, 1992 in P.S.C. Case 91-M-0927.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 222.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 (Cont d) PRICING: The specific pricing for any Individual Electric Service Agreement shall reflect the Corporation s assessment of the pricing and terms required to respond to the Customer's competitive options and shall be determined to maximize the contribution to total Corporation margins provided by service under that specific contract. The specific charges for service under this Service Classification will be shown in the Individual Electric Service Agreement as stated above. In accordance with the Commission's Order, issued and effective September 7, 2001 in Case 00-E-1463, Individual Electric Service Agreements executed on or after November 5, 2001 shall include a provision for the calculation of a minimum monthly bill. This minimum monthly bill provision ensures that the Customer makes a contribution to common costs by establishing a floor price equal to marginal cost plus $0.01/kWh. Each month, the amount that the Customer must pay will be the greater of the base Individual Electric Service Agreement amount, or the base Individual Electric Service Agreement amount plus the adjustment factor defined below. However, in no case will the Customer pay more in any month than it would have paid under the standard Service Classification rates that would otherwise apply to that Customer were it not served under this Service Classification. For Individual Electric Service Agreements negotiated on or after the issuance of an order approving the Joint Proposal on Electric and Natural Gas Economic Development Incentive Programs in Cases 02-E-0198 and 02-G0199, the minimum contribution to common costs will be equal to fifteen percent of the Customer s standard delivery rate, inclusive of the applicable standard non-bypassable charge (transition charge). The charges contained in any negotiated Individual Electric Service Agreement shall be set at a level no lower than the marginal costs the Corporation incurs plus this minimum contribution. (Continued on next leaf)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 222.3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 10 PRICING (Cont'd): The monthly adjustment factor is defined as: kWhcurrent * (MRtotal - ARtotal)/kWhtotal Where: kWhcurrent = The Customer's kWh usage in the current billing month. MRtotal ARtotal = The monthly marginal cost revenues, as defined below, for the Customer, summed over the 12 calendar months immediately preceding the month in which the bill is rendered. = The monthly actual revenues for the Customer, summed over the previous 12 billing months, where the actual revenues are the base revenues received in that month from the Customer under the Service Agreement. The monthly actual revenues do not include any revenues paid through this adjustment mechanism. = The Customer's monthly kWh usage summed over the previous 12 billing months.

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The monthly marginal cost revenues referred to above are defined as: MRtrans + MRdist + MRenergy + MRICAP + MRancillary + MRadder Where: MRtrans MRdist MRenergy MRICAP = The Corporation's FERC-approved Transmission Service Charge (TSC) for the month multiplied by the Customer's total usage for the month. = The Corporation's marginal distribution costs = The RG&E system load weighted average day-ahead market (DAM) location-based marginal price (LBMP) for the month, multiplied by the Customer's total usage for the month. = The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) six-month strip auction price per kW-month for installed capacity (ICAP), multiplied by Customer's billing demand in the month.

MRancillary = The RG&E system load weighted average of the NYISO ancillary services charges for Schedule 1 (fixed and variable), 2, 3, 5, and 6, and NTAC, multiplied by the Customer's total usage for the month. MRadder = $0.01/kWh multiplied by the Customer's total usage for the month.

The application of the adjustment factor shall commence in the first month following the end of the first 12-month period during which the Service Agreement was in effect, and continue until the termination of the service agreement. In the event that, after the termination of the Service Agreement, the Corporation and the Customer enter into a subsequent Service Agreement, the application of the adjustment factor will begin immediately upon commencement of the new agreement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 223 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11 (Cont d)

PURPOSE: This Service Classification is designed to attract business relocation or expansion to the Corporation's service territory by offering an Individual Electric Service, over a specified period, for new or additional load with a competitive viable alternative. APPLICABLE TO THE USE OF SERVICE FOR: Any new or existing Customer who meets all eligibility requirements stated below shall be eligible to take service in accordance with the rates, charges and provisions set forth under this Service Classification. Requirements (1) Customer is eligible to take non-residential service under the Non-Retail Access Rate or the Retail Access Rate, and (2) Customer adds at least 50 kW of demand to the Corporation's system by (a) constructing a new facility; or (b) expanding an existing facility; or (c) adding facilities or equipment to an existing site; or (d) adding facilities (regardless of size) through the redevelopment of a vacant or inactive site, including land or buildings which have been previously developed and have been vacant or inactive for at least six months and which are proposed for reuse or redevelopment with the assistance of public financing; or (e) developing facilities or projects (regardless of size) which are located in area eligible to receive Urban Development Action Grants, and

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Customer shall apply for service under this Service Classification prior to the addition of load as described in Requirement (2) above.

CHARACTER OF SERVICE Alternating Current - 60 cycle, voltage and phase at the Corporation's option, as available and appropriate for the Customer's requirements, for new or additional load. The energy to be provided under this Service Classification will be determined by subtracting from the total metered energy a base amount to be determined using a historical period. The Corporation reserves the right to require submetering of the additional load.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 223.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11 (Cont d) INDIVIDUAL ELECTRIC SERVICE AGREEMENT:
Determination as to whether or not the Corporation will enter into an Individual Electric Service Agreement will be based on an assessment of the need to or attract a Customer s load or expand the Customer s usage and the demonstration of economic benefits to non-participating Customers. Upon 30 days notice to the Corporation, and upon acceptance of the application by the Corporation, such a Customer's eligible load may qualify for an Individual Electric Service Agreement, pursuant to this Service Classification. The Individual Electric Service Agreement will be negotiated to avoid undue discrimination between similarly situated Customers. The Individual Electric Service Agreement shall contain and specify all terms and conditions necessary for the Corporation to provide such service to the Customer, including but not limited to: (A) The term of service. (B) The characteristics of service in addition to Character of Service listed above. (C) A listing of the rates and charges to be paid for services rendered. (D) A statement that the Customer has met all of the requirements of this Service Classification, including the following: (1) Customer must provide documentation as to its eligibility under the Applicable to the Use of Service For provision of this Service Classification. Customer must also demonstrate proof of the existence of a competitive viable alternative, and its planned procedure to disregard same. (2) The documentation shall also include the results of a comprehensive production analysis and energy audit, including, but not limited to process usage, lighting, and HVAC requirements as presented by independent consultants, licensed in New York State as professional engineers, or as otherwise acceptable to the Corporation. The Customer agrees to evaluate and assess in good faith the resulting recommendations from the comprehensive production analysis and energy audit for inclusion in the Customer's facility. (E) The Customer will provide, in a form acceptable to the Corporation, its pricing objective needed to attract the Customer or expand its usage. The pricing objective shall specify the relief from the otherwise applicable standard tariff rate that is necessary to attract the Customer or expand the Customer s load, recognizing contributions towards achieving that objective from other economic development entities. (F) The documentation shall demonstrate the Customer's participation in, or efforts to participate in, available State and/or local economic development programs as reviewed and attested to by the appropriate agency(ies) and Economic Development staff employed by the Corporation. To that end, the Corporation will coordinate a comprehensive program of development initiatives that are available and applicable from the private and/or public sector(s). Each Individual Electric Service Agreement will identify billing procedures provided under the Corporation s economic development tariff, contracts, and programs (including NYPA economic development programs) as appropriate.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 223.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11 (Cont d) INDIVIDUAL ELECTRIC SERVICE AGREEMENT (Cont d)
(G) The Individual Electric Service Agreement must be accompanied by a sworn affidavit of the senior manager or officer at the Customer's facility, representing that the information submitted is true and that absent the Individual Electric Service Agreement, the Customer would not have commenced taking or increased the use of electric service from the Corporation. The affidavit submitted by the Customer shall also include a commitment to continue to assess in good faith the resulting recommendations from any comprehensive production analysis and energy audit for inclusion in the Customer's facility, throughout the term of the Individual Electric Service Agreement. Each Individual Electric Service Agreement will be jointly filed with the Public Service Commission ( PSC or Commission ) by the Corporation and the Customer pursuant to the PSC s Order Approving Guidelines For Flexible Rate Service Contracts, issued and effective April 14, 2005 in PSC Case 03-E-1761 (the April 2005 Order ). The filing and any subsequent information requested by the PSC or its Staff regarding the Individual Electric Service Agreement will be subject to full confidentiality protection as a trade secret.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 223.3 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 1 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11 (Cont d) RATES:
The specific charges for service under this Service Classification will be stated in the Individual Electric Service Agreement executed for each Customer served hereunder.

DELIVERY RATE:
The rate contained in an Individual Electric Service Agreement will, at a minimum, recover the Corporation's marginal costs plus a contribution toward system costs ("Marginal Cost Floor"). The Marginal Cost Floor is defined as: MCtrans + MCdist + MCancillary + NTAC + contribution toward system costs Where: MCtrans MCdist is the Corporation s FERC-approved Transmission Service Charge is the Corporation s marginal distribution costs

MCancillary is the Corporation s system load weighted average of the NYISO ancillary services charges for Schedules 1 (fixed and variable), 2, 3, 5, and 6, NTAC is the NYPA Transmission Access Charge

Unless an updated marginal cost study is attached to the Individual Electric Service Agreement, the marginal costs that are approved by the PSC for use in the development of the Corporation s Empire Zone Rates ( EZR ) rates will be used for determining the Marginal Cost Floor.

COMMODITY RATE:
Customer Options: The Corporation may provide electric commodity service at the rate for commodity available in the otherwise applicable Service Classification, as amended or superseded; or The Corporation will facilitate a Customer s access to market commodity options available from ESCOs by offering the Customer assistance with linking the Customer with an ESCO that will offer, at a minimum, fixed price commodity for a period of at least six months. If the Customer s pricing objective, as demonstrated by the Customer, cannot be met by a combination of the above delivery and commodity offerings and other economic development offers, the Corporation will evaluate innovative solutions and pursue alternatives in an effort to achieve the Customer s pricing objective, provided that if the Corporation is the provider of the commodity, then the Corporation shall not be required to supply that commodity below cost, the commodity shall not be drawn from the Corporation s existing supply portfolio, and the pursuit of commodity service shall not result in an economic detriment to other Customers.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 224 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 13 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 10 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11 (Cont’d) TERM The term of delivery service shall be limited to no more than five years, unless a longer term is approved by the PSC. Prospective adjustments may be negotiated by the Corporation and the Customer, as defined within the Individual Electric Service Agreement. The term of standard Corporation-offered commodity service supplied by the Corporation shall be reflected in the Individual Electric Service Agreement and shall remain in effect for the time periods established in the otherwise applicable Service Classification. Other commodity options may provide for prospective price changes and term limitations, as defined within the Individual Electric Service Agreement. If a Customer terminates or breaches an Individual Electric Service Agreement with the Corporation prior to the expiration of the term in which the price for a non-tariffed commodity option was to remain in effect, the Customer shall be responsible for compensating the Corporation for any obligations the Corporation has, or any damages the Corporation incurs, to a commodity supplier or a provider of a financial hedge relating to that price. SYSTEM BENEFIT CHARGE Per SBC Statement, as described in Rule 4. All kilowatt hours, per kWh. RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO STANDARD: Each customer bill for service under this Service Classification will be increased by multiplying all kilowatthours delivered by the applicable Renewable Portfolio Standard charge, as shown in the Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge statement as described in Rule 4. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (MFC): Per MFC Statement, as described in Rule 4. All kilowatt hours, per kWh.
POR ADMINISTRATION CHARGE Per POR Statement, as described in Rule 4. All kilowatt hours, per kWh. SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be added to each customer bill for service under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See TSAS Statement. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (“MFC”): The Merchant Function Charge reflects the administrative costs of obtaining electricity supply. All customers taking supply service under this Service Classification with RG&E will be subject to a MFC charge (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 12.). See MFC Statement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 225 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 2 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: 1 Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11 (Cont’d)

INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES The rates and charges under this Service Classification will be increased by the applicable effective aggregate percentage shown in Rule 4.J for service supplied within the municipality where the Customer is taking service. TERMS OF PAYMENT All bills are rendered at the rates stated above. A late payment charge of one and one-half (1 1/2) percent per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the “last day to pay” date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C.2. If an Individual Electric Service Agreement is in effect, the late payment charge will be stated in the Individual Electric Service Agreement, but shall not exceed the rate stated in Rule 4.C.2. NYISO EMERGENCY DEMAND RESPONSE PROGRAM RIDER Any Customer that is taking service under this Service Classification and is participating in the NYISO's Emergency Demand Response Program ("EDRP"), as provided in the NYISO’s Services Tariff as an EDRP Load, is eligible for service under this rider. The Customer must submit to the Corporation an application for service under this Rider. The Corporation will process the Customer application in no more than seven (7) days after submission of a completed application, subject to any processing time required by the NYISO. Participation in the EDRP is voluntary and no penalties will be assessed for the failure to curtail load. a) Term The Corporation will notify Customers as to when their load may first be offered to the NYISO. Emergency Demand Response Period Notification

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The Corporation will notify Customers served under this Rider when the NYISO declares an emergency, in accordance with Attachment G to NYISO’s Services Tariff. Notice shall be provided by telephone, e-mail, facsimile and/or other electronic means, as agreed upon by the Corporation and the Customer. Notification will occur approximately 2 hours prior to the need for load reduction by Customers. The Corporation shall endeavor to provide earlier notification when possible, but shorter notification periods may be necessary. The Corporation will also notify Customers served under this Rider when the NYISO declares the emergency to be over. Reductions to the load served by the Corporation by Customers under this Rider in response to NYISO-declared emergencies will be voluntary. In order to receive payments under this Rider, Customers must be able to demonstrate that their load curtailment or operation of emergency generating equipment was in effect for the entire period of each NYISOdeclared emergency. The Customer shall designate in writing an authorized representative and an alternate representative to receive the notice.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11

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GENERAL SERVICE -ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (Cont’d) NYISO EMERGENCY DEMAND RESPONSE PROGRAM RIDER (CONT'D) c) Rates and Payments Customers taking service under this Rider will pay the rates and charges that would otherwise be applicable under this service classification and will be subject to all other terms and conditions of this service classification. The Company will make payment for load reductions to a Customer taking service under this Rider and for which the Company can verify load reduction during the Emergency Demand Response Periods. Upon Company verification of load reduction, the Company shall pay the Customer at least 90% of the NYISO payment for each event. The NYISO payment will be the higher of $500 per MWh or the zonal real-time Locational-Based Marginal Price (LBMP) per MWh of demand reduced . If NYISO activates the EDRP for four hours or less, the NYISO will pay the higher of $500 per MWh or the zonal real-time LBMP per Mwh of demand reduced, for the duration of the EDRP activation or two hours, whichever is greater. The load reduction in each hour for which payment will be made under this Rider will be measured in accordance with the CBL methodology contained in the NYISO EDRP Operating Manual. d) Metering and Meter Data Provision The participating Customer must utilize interval metering. If the Customer does not currently have interval metering, the Customer will be responsible for all metering and communication costs not otherwise covered by the Company, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) or any other source. If a customer has an on-site generator, the generator must have a certified interval meter. The meter must be ANSI standard and a professional engineer must certify the meter and installation.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11

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GENERAL SERVICE -ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (Cont’d)

NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider Any Customer that is taking service under this service classification and is participating in the NYISO's Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program is eligible for service under this rider. a) Term The Demand Reduction Incentive Payments offered under this rider will expire on October 31, 2003.

b) Demand Reduction Provider Customers taking service under this rider are responsible for enrolling with a NYISO approved Demand Reduction Provider ("DRP"). A DRP is an entity qualified pursuant to NYISO procedures that bids Demand Side Resources of at least 1 MW. The DRP shall aggregate the loads received from Demand Side Resources. The DRP shall, if necessary, pro-rate the demand reduction bids in order to submit bids in the whole MWs required by the NYISO. RG&E will function as a DRP. Customers taking service under this rider will sign an agreement with RG&E. c) Demand Side Resources Demand Side Resources ("DSR") are customers that are capable of reducing demand in a responsive, measurable and verifiable manner within time limits, are qualified to participate in the program, and have signed an agreement with RG&E.

d) Registration Procedures The DSR will enter into a signed agreement with RG&E specifying the terms under which the DSR will participate in the program. This agreement will include information needed by the NYISO for program administration. The data required will include at least the organization name, an administrative contact, 7x24 operations contacts, the LBMP zone and/or sub-zone, and billing meter number. RG&E will provide the DSR with the appropriate zonal designation. e) Metering and Meter Data Provision DSRs taking service under the Demand Reduction Program will be required to have an interval-billing meter. If the DSR does not already have an interval meter, it must acquire one per general information section 3.E of this tariff. Customers will bear the cost of such metering equipment only to the extent that it is not covered by NYSERDA.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11

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GENERAL SERVICE -ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (Cont’d) NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider (continued) f) Bidding by the DSR 1.) The DSR will submit its demand reduction bids to the DRP in accordance with the agreement. 2.) Bids must be submitted to the DRP by 11:00 a.m. two days ahead of the curtailment day, (e.g. by 11:00 a.m. on Monday for Wednesday). However, bids for Saturday and Sunday must be submitted by 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, and bids for Monday and Tuesday must be submitted by 11:00 a.m. on Friday. 3.) Bids must be submitted in blocks in accordance with the agreement between the DSR and the DRP. 4.) Bids must be submitted in dollar and/or cents increments per KW for the desired block(s) of time in accordance with the agreement between the DSR and the DRP. 5.) The DSR could include a curtailment initiation cost as an integral part of their bid. 6.) The DSR will submit bids that the DRP will aggregate into whole MW increments. i) DSRs must bid in 0.10 MW (100 KW) increments. ii) The 0.10 MW (100KW) units will be inclusive of the appropriate loss factor. iii) The 0.10 MW (100KW) units may include the curtailment initiation factor. 7.) A bid can not be recalled or changed once it has been accepted by the DPR.

g) Bidding by the DRP The DRP must submit its demand reduction bid to the NYISO in whole MW units. The DRP will aggregate the DSR bids, at each price level bid by the DSRs, into whole MW units. In the event that the total aggregated demand reduction bid by the DSRs does not total to a whole MW unit, the individual DSR demand reduction bids will be pro-rated downward so that the total DRP bid will total to the next lowest whole MW (e.g. DSR bids that totaled 2.3 MW would be pro-rated so that the total DRP bid was 2.0 MW). The DRP will aggregate bids from all of the service classifications at each price level. The DRP will be notified of the acceptance of the bid by the NYISO one day ahead. The DRP will notify the DSR upon receipt of notification of the acceptance of a bid by the NYISO on the day prior to the day of the curtailment.

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ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11

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GENERAL SERVICE -ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (Cont’d) NYISO Incentivized Day-Ahead Economic Load Curtailment Program Rider (continued) h) DSR Customer Baseline Load and Actual Consumption The DSR Customer Baseline Load ("CBL") is an average hourly energy consumption that is used to determine the level of curtailment for each individual DSR. The CBL will be calculated according to the NYISO Day-Ahead Response Program Manual that is posted on the NYISO's web-site. The DRP shall submit demand reduction bids to the NYISO. All DSRs whose bids are included, in whole or in part, in the DRP's demand reduction bid that is scheduled and accepted by the NYISO, are expected to reduce their real-time energy consumption by the amount of the bid accepted by the DRP. The amount of actual real-time curtailment determined for a DSR will be equal to its CBL less its actual real-time consumption during the specified curtailment. i) Payment by DSR DSRs taking service under this rider will pay the rates and charges that would otherwise be applicable under this service classification and will be subject to all other terms and conditions of this service classification. Failure to pay any charges associated with service under this service classification, including any penalties charged per section (k) of this rider, will result in the rescinding the DSR's right to participate in this program. Payment to DSR The DRP will be paid by the NYISO in accordance with the NYISO Day-Ahead Demand Response Program Manual. The DSR will receive a rebate equal to 90% of the rate paid to the DRP by the NYISO for the amount of its demand reduction bid that was accepted by the DRP. Non-Performance Penalties For DSRs who fail to comply with a scheduled NYISO curtailment, non-conformance penalties, as described in the NYISO Day-Ahead Demand Response Program Manual, will apply. These penalties will initially be charged to the DRP by the NYISO, and will be passed along, in their entirety to the noncomplying DSRs.

j)

k)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 229.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11 (Cont’d) SPECIAL PROVISONS: 1. Previous SC 11 Tariff

This provision is applicable to Individual Electric Service Agreements in effect prior to August 29, 2005. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA Any new or existing Customer who meets all eligibility requirements stated below shall be eligible to take service in accordance with the rates, charges and provisions set forth under this Service Classification. Requirements (1) Customer is eligible to take non-residential service under the Non-Retail Access Rate or the Retail Access Rate, and (2) Customer adds at least 50 kW of demand to the Corporation's system by (a) constructing a new facility; or (b) expanding an existing facility; or (c) adding facilities or equipment to an existing site; or (d) adding facilities (regardless of size) through the redevelopment of a vacant or inactive site, including land or buildings which have been previously developed and have been vacant or inactive for at least six months and which are proposed for reuse or redevelopment with the assistance of public financing; or (e) developing facilities or projects (regardless of size) which are located in area eligible to receive Urban Development Action Grants, and Customer has a viable option to locate its facility or equipment outside the Rochester Gas and Electric service territory, and provides evidence to the Corporation’s satisfaction of such an option, subject to an agreed-upon confidentiality agreement, and Customer shall apply for service under this Service Classification prior to the addition of load as described in Requirement (2) above.

(3)

(4)

PRICING The specific pricing for service under this Service Classification will normally be determined under Option A, described below. At the Corporation's option, the specific pricing may be determined under Option B. Option A The Customer will receive a discount of ten percent from the stated energy rates set forth under the Service Classification that would otherwise be applicable, for a period of five years from the date service commences. or, Option B The specific pricing will be stated in an Individual Electric Service Agreement executed for each Customer. The charges contained in any Individual Electric Service Agreement shall be set at a level no lower than the incremental costs the Corporation incurs plus $.01 per kWh. The specific charges for service under this Service Classification will be shown in the Individual Electric Service Agreement as stated below. For contracts negotiated on or after the issuance of an order approving the Joint Proposal on Electric and Natural Gas Economic Development Incentive Programs in Cases 02-E-0198 and 02-G-0199, the minimum contribution to common costs will be equal to fifteen percent of the Customer’s standard delivery rate, inclusive of the applicable standard non-bypassable charge (transition charge). The charges contained in any Individual Electric Service Agreement shall be set at a level no lower than the incremental costs the Corporation incurs plus this minimum contribution.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 229.2 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: August 29, 2005 Superseding Revision: Issued in compliance with order in Case 03-E-1761 issued and effective April 14, 2005 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 11 (Cont’d) 1. Previous SC 11 Tariff (Cont’d)

INDIVIDUAL ELECTRIC SERVICE AGREEMENT Upon 30 days notice to the Corporation, and upon acceptance of the application by the Corporation, a Customer may qualify for an Individual Electric Service Agreement pursuant to this Service Classification. The Individual Electric Service Agreement shall contain all terms and conditions necessary for the Corporation to provide service to the Customer, including, but not limited to: A. The Term of Service. The negotiated term of the Individual Electric Service Agreement shall be at least 12 months. Individual Electric Service Agreements offering fixed prices are generally limited to a term of seven years, unless a longer term is approved by the PSC. Individual Electric Service Agreements offering prices linked to a particular price or cost index may have longer terms, at the option of the Corporation and its Customer. The Character of Service terms. The Rates and Charges to be paid for service rendered.

B. C.

Service under this Service Classification may be terminated immediately at the Corporation's option for material breach of the provisions of their Individual Electric Service Agreement. Such Customer’s load will be eligible for service under the otherwise appropriate Service Classification. The first Individual Electric Service Agreement between the Corporation and a Customer will be submitted to the Public Service Commission for review. For the initial and subsequent Individual Electric Service Agreements, the Corporation shall file addenda pursuant to Commission Order Concerning Tariffs Authorizing Individually Negotiated Contracts, issued and effective May 8, 1992 in P.S.C. Case 91-M-0927.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12 POWER FOR JOBS

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PURPOSE: This Service Classification is designed to implement, within the Entire Territory, the provisions of Chapter 316 of the New York Laws of 1997, which authorizes certain allocations of firm power and energy generated at the New York Power Authority’s (“NYPA's”) James A. Fitzpatrick Plant and purchased under a competitive procurement process (referred to in this tariff as “Power for Jobs”). Such implementation is conditioned upon entry by the Company and NYPA into a “Power for Jobs Purchase and Resale Agreement” and upon the physical availability of Power for Jobs. Eligibility of individual customers is also conditioned upon compliance with the Eligibility Criteria described below.

DEFINITIONS: “Parent Service Classification” shall mean the Service Classification in this Tariff that would apply to the customer in the absence of a Power for Jobs allocation. For purposes of this Service Classification, Service Classification Nos. 3, 7 and 8 are eligible to qualify as Parent Service Classifications. “Power for Jobs Contract Demand” shall be the level of demand specified in the customer’s Power for Jobs allocation which NYPA is contractually obligated to supply.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12 POWER FOR JOBS (Cont’d)

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ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: A. To receive service under this Service Classification, the customer must: 1. Have received a recommendation from the Economic Development Power Allocation Board (“EDPAB”), together with all additional approvals pertaining to such recommendation, that pursuant to Chapter 316 of the New York Laws of 1997 qualifies the applicant to receive an allocation of Power for Jobs from NYPA, and remain in compliance with any applicable requirements therein; and 2. Complete a “General Service Application” form for Service Classification No. 12, the execution of which shall constitute agreement to be bound by the restrictions and provisions of this Service Classification and the statutory authority upon which it is based. (This requirement shall apply to new customers. Existing customers shall execute an amendment to their existing agreements consistent with this provision.) B. A customer receiving service under this Service Classification shall not be eligible to receive any other special or flexible tariff rate, term or condition, including service under Service Classification Nos. 10 and 11 of this tariff and any Business Development Rider, or Economic Development Rider, with respect to the portion of the customer’s electric requirements for which an allocation of Power for Jobs is delivered. An existing customer taking service under a discounted program must satisfy both the criteria for exiting the existing program and entering the Power for Jobs program.

CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle; voltage and phase at the Company's option, as available and appropriate for the customer's requirements.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12 POWER FOR JOBS (Cont’d) SERVICE AGREEMENT:

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Upon request by the customer, which request shall be accompanied by full documentation of the approved recommendation that the customer receive Power for Jobs pursuant to Chapter 316 of the New York Laws of 1997, the Company shall furnish the customer with a “General Service Application” or, in the case of an existing customer, a proposed amendment to an existing General Service Application which form shall become a binding agreement (“Agreement”) upon execution by both the customer and the Company. The General Service Application shall be completed so as to contain or incorporate by reference all terms and conditions necessary for the Company to provide service to the customer, including, but not limited to: A.The Term of service; and B. The Character of Service terms; and C. The rates and charges to be paid for service rendered. Service under this Service Classification may be terminated at the Company’s option for material breach of the provisions of the Agreement if after ten (10) calendar days the customer fails to take appropriate action to cure the breach. RG&E will notify NYPA that a customer is in breach of the Agreement prior to the end of the ten days. Any customer whose service is terminated under this Service Classification shall be eligible for service under the otherwise appropriate Parent Service Classification.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

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SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12 POWER FOR JOBS (Cont d) PRICING: The price to be paid by the customer under this Service Classification shall include the following components: NYPA charges for power, energy and transmission (including any minimum demand charge), which are to be billed by NYPA to the Company and passed on to the customer; the Company s demand charge for delivery, which shall vary by Parent Service Classification; a separate Monthly Customer Charge which shall reflect the Company s incremental billing and administrative costs associated with providing Power for Jobs service; and, to the extent that not all of the customer s electric requirements are supplied by a Power for Jobs allocation ( Non-NYPA Load ), the cost of such service that is not provided by NYPA is described below under Non-NYPA Load Supply Service Options. Power for Jobs customers shall be subject to NYPA charges, delivery charges and a monthly customer charge, as more fully described below. Demand Exceeding the Power for Jobs Contract Demand: To the extent that a customer s maximum billing demand for the current month exceeds its Power for Jobs Contract Demand, the customer s billing determinants shall be allocated between NYPA and the Company or the ESCO as described below in the section denominated Load Factor Sharing. The NYPA charges described below shall apply to the NYPA Billing Demand and Energy. The non-NYPA charges shall be the Retail Access Rate or the Non-Retail Access Rate of the Parent Service Classification. NYPA Charges: The Company shall charge the customer for demand and energy at rates equal to those charged by NYPA to the Company for power delivered under the Power for Job program. These charges shall include the cost of transmission and ancillary services to the Company's distribution system. Because the rates charged by NYPA to the Company may be revised by NYPA upon 30 days' prior written notice, the Company has the corresponding right to reflect such changes automatically as they occur, without prior notice to the customer. The Company shall notify the customer of any such change in the next billing for which such notification is feasible.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with order in Case 09-E-717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12 POWER FOR JOBS (Cont’d)

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DELIVERY CHARGES: The Company shall charge the customer for delivery service at the rates specified below. Delivery rates vary according to the customer’s Parent Service Classification. Parent Service Classification S.C. No. 3 S.C. No. 7 S.C. No. 8 S.C. No. 8 S.C. No. 8 S.C. No. 8 S.C. No. 8 Rates ($/kW-mo) 8.295 12.415 5.915 3.590 3.826 3.205 0.525

Secondary Substation Primary Subtransmission Transmission

MONTHLY CUSTOMER CHARGE: The Monthly Customer Charge shall be $30.00 per month, exclusive of any other rates and charges (including any Customer Charge for the Parent Service Classification). MONTHLY MINIMUM CHARGE: The Monthly Minimum Charge for Power for Jobs Service shall consist of two components: A. The energy, transmission and ancillary services charges rendered to the Company by NYPA in connection with Power for Jobs service for the customer. The Monthly Customer Charge plus the Bill Issuance Charge, if applicable.

B.

SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be added to each customer bill for service under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). Kilowatt-hours supplied by NYPA are also subject to this surcharge. See TSAS Statement.

NON-NYPA LOAD SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS: Customers served under this Service Classification must, for their Non-NYPA Load may select from two
different Supply Service Options as described below. RG&E will offer a Retail Access rate choice and a Non-Retail Access rate choice. The Retail Access choice is the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). The Non-Retail choice is the RG&E Supply Service (RSS). RG&E will provide only delivery service for the Retail Access choice. Electricity supply is provided by an Energy Services Company (“ESCO”). RG&E will provide delivery service and commodity service for the Non-Retail Access choice.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 234.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 4 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 2 Issued in compliance with order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12 POWER FOR JOBS (Cont’d) Non-NYPA Load Supply Service Options: (Cont’d)
1. ESCO Supply Service (ESS): This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge ( Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), and a Bill Issuance Charge. Customers that elect ESS and receive a Consolidated Bill will not be subject to the Bill Issuance Charge. An Energy Service Services Company (“ESCO”) provides Electric Power Supply to the customer. RG&E provides the delivery service only.

Transition Charge (“TC”, or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]):
All customers served under this Service Classification, taking service under the ESS option will be required to pay a Transition Charge per kWh, as described in Section 12.B.
Delivery Charges, Monthly Customer Charge, Monthly Minimum Charge, and System Benefits Charge are specified in their respective sections of this Service Classification.

2. RG&E Supply Service (RSS): This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B), a Bill Issuance Charge, and a commodity charge that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC). Delivery service and Electric Power Supply is provided by RG&E.

Transition Charge (“TC”, or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]):
All customers served under this Service Classification, taking service under the RSS option will be required to pay a Transition Charge per kWh, as described in Section 12.B.
Electricity Supply Charge: The charge for Electric Power Supply provided by RG&E will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components: Energy, Energy Losses, Unaccounted for Energy, Capacity, Capacity Reserves, Capacity Losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge. Delivery Charges, Monthly Customer Charge, Monthly Minimum Charge, and System Benefits Charge are specified in their respective sections of this Service Classification.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12 POWER FOR JOBS (Cont’d) Reserved for Future Use

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Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12 POWER FOR JOBS (Cont’d)
Reserved for Future Use

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Issued in Compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0228 issued and effective September 28, 2009

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

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SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12 POWER FOR JOBS (Cont d)
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: January 1, 2010

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SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12 POWER FOR JOBS (Cont d)
Reserved for Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12

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POWER FOR JOBS (Cont’d) LOAD FACTOR SHARING: For customers receiving a portion, but not all, of their electric requirements pursuant to a Power for Jobs allocation, the Company shall apply a billing algorithm, denominated “Load Factor Sharing,” to identify, for the purposes of billing, the load supplied by NYPA pursuant to Chapter 316 of the New York Laws of 1997 and the load supplied by the Company. A step-by-step billing procedure used to calculate NYPA and Company billing determinants is described as follows: Determination of Billing Demand and Energy: For the purposes of this procedure, Billing Demand and Energy shall be determined in accordance with the customer’s Parent Service Classification. Demand: A. Calculate the Billing Determinant Ratio (“BDR”) which is used to allocate the present month’s Billing Demand and Energy between NYPA and the Company. The BDR’s numerator is the Power for Jobs Contract Demand and the BDR’s denominator is the greater of: 1. 2. the maximum Billing Demand for the current month, the value (size in kW) of the Power for Jobs Contract Demand.

The calculated value will then be greater than zero and less than or equal to 1.0. B. Calculate the NYPA Billing Demand. The NYPA Billing Demand is the mathematical product of the BDR and the current month's Billing Demand. Calculate the RG&E Billing Demand. The RG&E Billing Demand is the difference between the Billing Demand for the billing period and the NYPA Billing Demand from step B, above.

C.

Energy: A. Calculate NYPA Energy. NYPA Energy is the mathematical product of the BDR and total energy consumption. B. Calculate RG&E Energy. RG&E Energy is the difference between total energy consumption and NYPA Energy from step A, above.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: October 2, 2006

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SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 12 POWER FOR JOBS (Cont d)

INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: The rates and charges under this Service Classification shall be increased by the applicable effective aggregate percentage shown in Rule 4.J. for service supplied within the municipality where the customer is taking service.

SYSTEM BENEFITS CHARGE: Each customer bill for service under this Service Classification will be increased by multiplying all kilowatthours delivered by the applicable system benefits charge, as mandated by Public Service Commission Order issued January 26 2001, shown in the System Benefits Charge Statement. RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO STANDARD CHARGE: Each customer bill for service under this Service Classification will be increased by multiplying all kilowatthours delivered by the applicable Renewable Portfolio Standard charge, as shown in the Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge statement as described in Rule 4.

TERMS OF PAYMENT: All bills are rendered at the above rates. A late payment charge of one and one-half (1 1/2) percent per month shall become due and payable if payment is not made on or before the last day to pay date specified on the bill in accordance with the provisions of Rule 4.C(2).

TERM: Service under this Service Classification shall continue for a term not to exceed three years and, in no event shall such term exceed that specified in the customer s fully approved Power for Jobs allocation by EDPAB. In the event that a portion or all of the customer s Power for Jobs allocation is withdrawn, the term or the level of service provided under this Service Classification shall be adjusted accordingly. The customer shall also be subject to the termination provisions of this tariff pertaining to the applicable Parent Service Classification.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 237 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 1 Initial Effective Date: February 6, 2004 Superseding Revision: 0 In compliance with order in Case 02-E-0551, Establishing Electric Standby Rates, Issued and Effective July 29, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR: Delivery of Standby Service for any customer where all or a portion of a customer's electricity is supplied from OnSite Generating facilities (“OSG”, defined as a generation facility that does not provide electricity supply to the customer by means of the Company’s delivery facilities) without using the Company’s delivery system (defined as the distribution and/or transmission system, regardless of voltage or functional classification). An OSG, whether owned by the customer or a third party, can produce electricity primarily to serve the customer’s native load, to sell in the wholesale market or to carry out a combination thereof. Such OSG may be connected with the Company’s delivery system for parallel operation, or operate under the control of a single pull, double-throw switch (or similar device). For customers with multiple electrical services, this tariff applies to each of the customer’s electrical services that are not electrically isolated from the OSG. All separately metered electricity supply and/or delivery service not otherwise served by the OSG (e.g., separate delivery service to the facility’s guardhouse or other facilities electrically isolated from the OSG) will be provided under the Otherwise Applicable Service Classification (“OASC”, defined as the service classification in this tariff that the Customer would otherwise be served at, based on the Customer’s connected load. For purposes of this Service Classification, Service Classification Nos. 1, 2, 3, 7, and 8 qualify as OASCs). Before a customer is allowed to install and operate an OSG, the customer must submit design and operating information for the proposed OSG in accordance with the appropriate application and review process described in RG&E’s “Bulletin 86-01 Requirements for Independent Power Producers of Electricity” (“Bulletin 86-01”). A customer operating OSG with a total nameplate rating equal to, or expected to be equal to, fifteen percent (15%) or less of its maximum potential demand served by all sources, as that maximum potential demand is reasonably determined by the Company, will take service under the OASC. RG&E may disqualify a customer from Standby Service if the Company can demonstrate that the customer (a) has installed OSG with a total nameplate rating greater than fifteen percent (15%) of its load, but (b) has not operated or is not operating that OSG in a material manner in order to serve the customer’s load. A customer who declines service under this tariff is required to electrically isolate its facility from the Company’s delivery system, and the Company will not be required to maintain electric delivery service to that customer’s facility. A facility will be deemed “electrically isolated” as set forth below.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 238 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: February 1, 2004 Superseding Revision: In compliance with order in Case 02-E-0551, Establishing Electric Standby Rates, Issued and Effective July 29, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) Electrically Isolated Loads: If a customer elects to electrically isolate and serve its load with OSG without connection to the Company's system, the isolated portion of that customer's load will not be subject to Standby Service -- provided that the customer executes a letter agreement with the Company that provides for the following: a) the Company will be entitled to inspect the electrical configuration of the OSG facilities upon a customer's request for this exemption; b) if, at any time, the Company has a reasonable concern that the customer’s OSG facilities have not remained isolated from the Company's system, the Company is authorized to inspect the electrical configuration of such facilities, and the customer must cooperate with that inspection; and c) if the Company discovers, through billing data and/or the inspection of the customer's OSG facilities, that any of the electrically isolated OSG facilities have been reconnected to RG&E’s system, the Company will backbill the customer. A Contract Demand will be established by the Company and the backbill will consist of RG&E’s Standby Service rates, applied back to the time of OSG interconnection to RG&E’s system, and include the surcharge as set forth below in the Unauthorized OSG Interconnection by Customer section, with Late Payment Charges as applicable, set forth in the Terms of Payment section of this Service Classification. A facility shall be considered “electrically isolated” if: (a) the electrical points of contact where interconnection with the Company could occur are separated and at least 100 feet from any other interconnected electrical service utilized by such customer, or (b) the isolated service is not within the same building or structure as any other interconnected electrical service of the customer and not housed within a common enclosure with other interconnected breakers and/or fuses of the customer. At its discretion, the Company may consider a separation of less than 100 feet between a customer’s facilities and the Company’s system to be electrically isolated if there are site-specific configuration circumstances warranting such a determination. Compliance: A customer taking Standby Service shall comply with all federal, state and local laws, regulations, and requirements, including the requirements listed below in the Interconnection Requirements paragraphs 1 through 7.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 28, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) STANDBY SERVICE IS NOT APPLICABLE TO:

Leaf No. 239 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

1a). Net Metered Solar Generating Equipment Standby Service rates shall not apply to a customer operating solar generating equipment and taking service under General Information Section 14 or 15. 1b). Net Metered Farm Waste Generators 1000kW or Less Standby Service will not apply to a customer taking service under General Information Section 16, Farm Waste Electric Generating System option. 1c). Net Metered Wind Generators Standby Service rates shall not apply to a customer operating wind generating equipment and taking service under General Information Section 13. 1d). Net Metered Hybrid Generators Standby Service rates shall not apply to a customer operating a hybrid facility and taking service under General Information Section 17.

2. Emergency Generators Standby Service rates shall not apply to customers whose only generating units are emergency generators. For the purpose of this Service Classification, a generating unit must meet each of the following two criteria to be considered an emergency generator: a) The emergency generator is used exclusively for purposes of supplying electrical power to the Customer when electrical power is not available from the Company. b) No load is served by the emergency generator while electric service is available from the Company to the premises, except for regularly scheduled tests when the generator is required to operate under load or participation in the New York Independent System Operator’s (“NYISO”) Special Case Resource Program or the Emergency Demand Response Program. Excluding residential customers, the customer must submit a one-line diagram and specification sheet on the switch for the OSG for RG&E’s review and approval. In addition, the customer must enter into a letter agreement with RG&E stating that the emergency generator will not operate in parallel with the Company’s system. The customer shall maintain an operating log for each emergency generator indicating the date, time, hours, and purpose of each operation of each such facility. This log shall be made available to the Company upon request. Failure to do so will permit the Company to (a) bill the customer under this Service Classification for the amount of Standby Service which the Company can reasonably estimate was delivered to and/or available to the customer during times when the Company did not charge the customer for such service due to this emergency generator exemption; and (b) establish a Contract Demand for one year, and thereafter as applicable. 3. New York Power Authority (“NYPA”) Allocations Standby Service rates shall not apply to that portion of a customer’s delivery service associated with the delivery of electricity supply pursuant to applicable NYPA programs.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 240 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: August 3, 2009 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in compliance with order in Case 09-E-0109, issued and effective July 20, 2009 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd)

OPTIONAL STANDBY SERVICE RATE PHASE-IN IS APPLICABLE TO: 1. Existing Customers An Existing Customer is defined as a customer operating OSG (including renewable, Combined Heat and Power (“CHP”), and wholesale generators (defined as companies whose primary business is the production of electricity for sale into the wholesale electricity market)) as of January 31, 2003, or who, as of that date: a) had commenced construction of an OSG facility; b) had been named by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority ("NYSERDA") as an OSG project grant recipient as listed in the Commission Order Establishing Electric Standby Rates, issued and effective July 30, 2003, Attachment A, paragraph 4; c) had been named by NYSERDA as an OSG feasibility study grant recipient, as listed in the Commission Order Establishing Electric Standby Rates, issued and effective July 30, 2003, Attachment A, paragraph 4; or d) had received a binding, written financial commitment from a lending institution for the construction and installation of an OSG. To remain qualified as an Existing Customer, a customer under (c) or (d), above, must commence operation of its OSG by May 31, 2015.
2. A Designated Technology Customer is defined as: a) A customer operating OSG that exclusively uses one or more of the following technologies and/or fuels for producing electricity: fuel cell; wind; solar thermal; photovoltaics (“PV”), sustainable managed biomass; tidal; geothermal; or methane waste, or Uses small, efficient types of combined heat and power (“CHP”) generation that do not exceed 1 MW of capacity, and conforms with the following criteria: i. Sized to serve no more than 100% of the Customer’s maximum potential demand. ii. Annual overall efficiency should not be less than 60% based on the higher heating value (HHV) of the fuel input; iii. The usable thermal energy component should absorb minimum of 20% of the CHP facility’s total usable annual energy output; iv. The size limits shall be determined by aggregating the nameplate ratings of the generation units, installed at its location, excluding emergency generation units used only during a utility distribution system failure or in response to the NYISO Emergency Demand Response Program: v. An eligible CHP facility shall demonstrate to the utility that its generation installation meets an environmental standard of no more than 4.4 lbs./MWh ot Nox emissions, based on its electrical and mechanical output or its rated capacity, or as updated by the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC); vi. Customers shall comply with the above criteria and; 1. Monitor and record efficiency data, 2. Have records available for utility inspection, 3. Retain the records for a 3-year period.

b)

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 241 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 5 Initial Effective Date: June 1, 2009 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in compliance with order in Case No. 09-E-0109, issued and effective May 18, 2009 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) OPTIONAL STANDBY SERVICE RATE PHASE-IN IS APPLICABLE TO: (Cont d) 3. Phase-In and/or Designated Technology Exemption of Standby Rates a) Existing Customers shall take service under this Service Classif ication and be subject to a phase-in of these
standby service rates, as discussed below, unless they make a one -time election to take service at the full standby service rates, providing thirty (30) days written notice, no later than March 1, 2004. The av ailability of full standby service rates is subject to the availability of interval metering, if applicable.

b) Customers whose facilities are placed in service between July 29, 2003 and May 31, 2015, and meet the definitions of both Existing Customers and Designated Technology Customers, will be considered to be Designated Technology Customers for purposes of this section. c) Designated Technology Customers whose facilities are placed in service between July 29, 2003 and May 31, 2015, have the option to make a one-time election to be permanently exempt from standby service rates rather than electing the phase-in or full standby service rates upon providing thirty (30) days written notice before commencing operation of the OSG facility; provided, however, that if operation commenced between July 29, 2003 and January 31, 2004, the Customer must make its one-time election by March 1, 2004. d) Existing OSG projects that upgrade by installing designated technology components, or hybrid projects comprised in part of designated technology components, are eligible for the designated technology exemption only for the upgrade components and only if those components are separately metered. 4. Standby Rate Phase-In
During the phase-in, the first four years in which standby rate s are effective (February 2004 through January 2008) will continue to be billed at the OASC rates. The final four years of the phase -in will be billed based on the OASC rates, plus a percentage of the difference, if greater than zero, between the standby service rates and the OASC rates, where the percentage will be determined from the table set forth below:

Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Beginning February 1, 2004 February 1, 2005 February 1, 2006 February 1, 2007 February 1, 2008 February 1, 2009 February 1, 2010 February 1, 2011

Existing and Designated Technology Customers Ending Billed at: January 31, 2005 OASC rates January 31, 2006 OASC rates January 31, 2007 OASC rates January 31, 2008 OASC rates January 31, 2009 OASC rates plus 25% of bill differential January 31, 2010 OASC rates plus 50% of bill differential January 31, 2011 OASC rates plus 75% of bill differential Standby service rates

CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Continuous, Alternating Current - 60 cycle; voltage and phase at the Company s option, as available and appropriate for the Customer s requirement.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 242 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 13 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 12 Issued in compliance with order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) RATES: Delivery Charges: The rate components of the delivery portion of this service: Customer Charge, Bill Issuance Charge, Meter Ownership Charge, Meter Service Charge, Meter Data Service Charge, Contract Demand Charge, and As-Used Demand Charge. 1. Effective 09/26/2010: Per customer, per month. Customer's OASC:

Customer Charge

SC No. 1 SC No. 2 SC No. 3 SC No. 7 SC No. 8 - Secondary SC No. 8 - Substation SC No. 8 - Primary SC No. 8 - Sub Transmission-Industrial SC No. 8 - Sub Transmission-Commercial SC No. 8 - Transmission Effective 09/01/2011: Per customer, per month. Customer's OASC:

Bill Issuance Meter Meter Meter Data Charge (per Ownership Service Service bill) Charge Charge Charge $6.32 $0.95 N/A N/A N/A $8.51 $0.95 N/A N/A N/A $196.42 $0.95 $8.69 $16.95 $1.84 $35.37 $0.95 $3.04 $9.42 $1.52 $738.48 $0.95 $25.55 $30.62 $2.22 $744.58 $0.95 $25.64 $31.30 $2.08 $762.74 $0.95 $27.17 $33.01 $2.09 $854.69 $0.95 $28.77 $42.62 $4.15 $867.88 $0.95 $27.24 $33.22 $1.89 $1243.69 $0.95 $29.52 $48.76 $5.81

Customer Charge

SC No. 1 SC No. 2 SC No. 3 SC No. 7 SC No. 8 - Secondary SC No. 8 - Substation SC No. 8 - Primary SC No. 8 - Sub Transmission-Industrial SC No. 8 - Sub Transmission-Commercial SC No. 8 - Transmission

Bill Issuance Meter Meter Meter Data Charge (per Ownership Service Service bill) Charge Charge Charge $6.32 $0.95 N/A N/A N/A $8.51 $0.95 N/A N/A N/A $215.14 $0.95 $8.69 $16.95 $1.84 $38.25 $0.95 $3.04 $9.42 $1.52 $796.04 $0.95 $25.55 $30.62 $2.22 $769.61 $0.95 $25.64 $31.30 $2.08 $846.98 $0.95 $27.17 $33.01 $2.09 $939.12 $0.95 $28.77 $42.62 $4.15 $952.31 $0.95 $27.24 $33.22 $1.89 $1430.84 $0.95 $29.52 $48.76 $5.81

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) RATES: Delivery Charges: (Cont’d): 1. (Cont’d) Effective 09/01/2012: Per customer, per month. Customer's OASC:

Leaf No. 242.1 Revision: 0 Superseding Revision:

Customer Charge

SC No. 1 SC No. 2 SC No. 3 SC No. 7 SC No. 8 - Secondary SC No. 8 - Substation SC No. 8 - Primary SC No. 8 - Sub Transmission-Industrial SC No. 8 - Sub Transmission-Commercial SC No. 8 - Transmission

Bill Issuance Meter Meter Meter Data Charge (per Ownership Service Service bill) Charge Charge Charge $6.32 $0.95 N/A N/A N/A $8.51 $0.95 N/A N/A N/A $242.83 $0.95 $8.69 $16.95 $1.84 $42.50 $0.95 $3.04 $9.42 $1.52 $881.43 $0.95 $25.55 $30.62 $2.22 $806.95 $0.95 $25.64 $31.30 $2.08 $972.37 $0.95 $27.17 $33.01 $2.09 $1,066.81 $0.95 $28.77 $42.62 $4.15 $1,080.00 $0.95 $27.24 $33.22 $1.89 $1,704.59 $0.95 $29.52 $48.76 $5.81

2. Contract Demand Charge: The Contract Demand Charge is determined by multiplying the Customer’s Contract Demand times the Contract Demand rate. For customers whose OASC does not require demand metering, the Contract Demand will be the appropriate fixed monthly charge stated in this Service Classification. Effective 09/26/2010: Contract Demand Rate: Contract Demand kilowatts, per kilowatt of Contract Demand
OASC: Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission- Industrial Sub Transmission – Commercial Transmission SC No. 3 SC No. 7 SC No. 8 $5.26 $4.40 $4.66 $1.40 $1.40 $6.01

$6.67

$9.86

OASC: Contract Demand Rate, per customer, per month

SC No. 1 $16.56

SC No. 2 $13.84

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with order in Case 09-E-0717, dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) RATES: Delivery Charges: (Cont’d):

Leaf No. 242.2 Revision: 0 Superseding Revision:

2. Contract Demand Charge: (Cont’d): Effective 09/01/2011: Contract Demand Rate: Contract Demand kilowatts, per kilowatt of Contract Demand
OASC: Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission- Industrial Sub Transmission – Commercial Transmission SC No. 3 SC No. 7 SC No. 8 $5.39 $4.54 $4.79 $1.43 $1.43 $6.16

$6.89

$10.31

OASC: Contract Demand Rate, per customer, per month

SC No. 1 $17.74

SC No. 2 $15.02

Effective 09/01/2012: Contract Demand Rate: Contract Demand kilowatts, per kilowatt of Contract Demand
OASC: Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission- Industrial Sub Transmission – Commercial Transmission SC No. 3 SC No. 7 SC No. 8 $5.54 $4.75 $4.95 $1.48 $1.48 $6.39

$7.17

$10.84

OASC: Contract Demand Rate, per customer, per month

SC No. 1 $19.47

SC No. 2 $16.64

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010

Leaf No. 243 Revision: 17 Superseding Revision: 16

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) Delivery Charges: (Cont’d): 3. As-Used Demand Charge:
Daily As-Used Demand Charge for customers with interval metering, on-peak kilowatts, per kilowatts of daily metered demand.

Effective 09/26/2010:
OASC: SC No. 3
0.30938

SC No. 7
0.13002

SC No. 8
0.29142 0.17352 0.32849 0.33634 0.33634 0.08466

Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission- Industrial Sub Transmission – Commercial Transmission

Daily As-Used Demand Charge for customers without demand metering. Delivery SC No. 1 SC No. 2 0.02892 0.02179

OASC: All kilowatt-hour Effective 09/01/2011:

Daily As-Used Demand Charge for customers with interval metering, on-peak kilowatts, per kilowatts of daily metered demand. OASC: SC No. 3
0.32118

SC No. 7
0.13562

SC No. 8
0.30545 0.18266 0.34146 0.34652 0.34652 0.08665

Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission- Industrial Sub Transmission – Commercial Transmission

Daily As-Used Demand Charge for customers without demand metering. Delivery SC No. 1 SC No. 2 0.02896 0.02164

OASC: All kilowatt-hour

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 243.1 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 1 Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) Delivery Charges: (Cont’d): 3. As-Used Demand Charge: Effective 09/01/2012:
Daily As-Used Demand Charge for customers with interval metering, on-peak kilowatts, per kilowatts of daily metered demand. OASC: SC No. 3 SC No. 7 SC No. 8
0.33667 0.14225 0.32346 0.19427 0.35835 0.36280 0.36280 0.08888

Secondary Substation Primary Sub Transmission- Industrial Sub Transmission – Commercial Transmission

Daily As-Used Demand Charge for customers without demand metering. Delivery SC No. 1 SC No. 2 0.02903 0.02159
Per Transition Charge statement.

OASC: All kilowatt-hour

4. Transition Charge (“TC”), or Non-Bypassable Charge [“NBC”]): All kilowatthours, per kWh

Rate Periods: On-peak hours are defined as the hours between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. All remaining hours are defined as “off-peak” hours. REACTIVE CHARGE: Reactive kilovolt-ampere hours, per billing reactive kilovolt-ampere hour: Phase 1 $0.00127 Effective 10/1/2010, the reactive kilovolt-ampere hourly charge will be applicable (as it relates to SC No. 8 as the otherwise applicable service classification for billing purposes) for customers with a measured demand of not less than 1,000 kilowatts during any two of the previous twelve months. $0.00127 Phase 2 Effective with the first full billing period on or after September 22, 2011, the reactive kilovolt-ampere hourly charge will be applicable (as it relates to SC No. 8 as the otherwise applicable service classification for billing purposes) for customers with a measured demand of not less than 500 kilowatts during any two of the previous twelve months. $0.00127 Phase 3 Effective with the first full billing period on or after September 22, 2012, the reactive kilovolt-ampere hourly charge will be applicable to all customers whose otherwise applicable service classification is SC No. 8. SYSTEM BENEFITS CHARGE: Each customer bill for service under this Service Classification will be increased by multiplying all kilowatt hours delivered by the applicable System Benefits Charge rate shown in the System Benefits Charge Statement as mandated by Public Service Commission Order issued January 26, 2001. RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO STANDARD CHARGE: Each customer bill for service under this Service Classification will be increased by multiplying all kilowatt-hours delivered by the applicable Renewable Portfolio Standard charge, as shown in the Renewable Portfolio Standard Charge statement as described in Rule 4. MERCHANT FUNCTION CHARGE (MFC): All kilowatt hours, per kWh Per MFC Statement, as described in Rule 12

POR ADMINISTRATION CHARGE Per POR Statement, as described in Rule 4. All kilowatt hours, per kWh. ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 244 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 6 Initial Effective Date: September 26, 2010 Superseding Revision: 4 Issued in compliance with Commission Order in Case 09-E-0717 dated September 21, 2010 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) MINIMUM CHARGE: The minimum charge per month for service under this Service Classification is the Contract Demand Charge if applicable, plus the Customer Charge and Bill Issuance Charge, if applicable, as listed above.
SURCHARGE TO COLLECT TEMPORARY STATE ASSESSMENT (“TSAS”): A surcharge will be applied to the Contract Demand Charge for each customer bill under this Service Classification to collect the Temporary State Assessment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 4.K.). See TSAS Statement.

REVENUE DECOUPLING MECHANISM (“RDM”):
A customer billed at OASC as provided in this Service Classification shall be subject to a Revenue Decoupling Adjustment (as explained in this Schedule, General Information Section 7). See RDM Statement. The RDM Adjustment for the customer’s OASC will apply.

INCREASE IN RATES AND CHARGES: The rates and charges under this Service Classification, including any adjustments and minimum charge, are increased by the applicable effective percentage shown in Rule 4.J of this Schedule for service supplied within the municipality where the Customer is taking service. TERMS OF PAYMENT: Bills rendered under this Service Classification are payable on receipt. A late payment charge of one and one half percent (1 1/2%) per month will be billed on all amounts not paid by the "past due" date. For additional information, see Rule 4, Metering and Billing, of this Schedule. TERM: A minimum of one year and thereafter until terminated by 60 days written notice. DETERMINATION OF DEMAND: Contract Demand: A customer will have the option of accepting a Contract Demand established by RG&E or of establishing its own Contract Demand in accordance with this tariff. Without regard to which party sets the customer's Contract Demand, upon the occurrence of an exceedence, the Contract Demand will be ratcheted up by the amount of the exceedence. 1. Company Set Contract Demand The Company set Contract Demand for an Existing Customer will be based on the peak demand of that customer over the twelve (12) months prior to the effective date that the customer takes service under these Standby Service rates, taking into consideration the contribution of additional and/or existing OSG, the addition and/or removal of equipment, and the coincidence and diversity of the customer's load. In cases where historical billing demand does not represent a reasonable Contract Demand level, the Company will confer with the customer to set an appropriate Contract Demand. Where RG&E establishes a Contract Demand for a new customer, the Contract Demand will be determined, in consultation with the customer, by assessing the nameplate rating of the equipment to be served, and projecting, through an engineering analysis, the coincidence and diversity of the new customer's load. ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 245 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 0 Initial Effective Date: February 1, 2004 Superseding Revision: In compliance with order in Case 02-E-0551, Establishing Electric Standby Rates, Issued and Effective July 29, 2003 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) Where a customer elects to have RG&E establish the Contract Demand, that customer shall not incur a surcharge if that Contract Demand is exceeded except as described in this tariff. A customer shall be obligated to inform RG&E in writing prior to the installation or removal of equipment, or any change in operation, that can be reasonably expected to change in a material fashion (defined as a change of more than twelve and one-half percent (12.5%)) the capacity required to deliver electricity to the customer. If the customer fails to provide such notice, and the customer exceeds the RG&E-established Contract Demand, RG&E shall have the right to include a surcharge in the customer's bill equal to the product of the applicable Contract Demand charge, the amount of the exceedence, and the number of billing periods from and including the billing period in which the customer first commenced taking Standby Service from RG&E at the understated Contract Demand, i.e., the billing period in which the customer installed the equipment or changed the operation that caused the exceedence (as demonstrated by the customer to RG&E in writing), to the billing period that includes the date of the exceedence. If the customer fails to demonstrate in writing when it installed such equipment or changed such operation, then RG&E shall apply the surcharge from the first billing period in which the customer commenced taking Standby Service from RG&E. 2. Customer Set Contract Demand Upon prior written notice to RG&E, a customer may revise its Contract Demand upward at any time. A customer that sets its own Contract Demand may revise its Contract Demand downward by written notice to RG&E once every twelve (12) months. The new Contract Demand level cannot be set at a level lower than the highest demand achieved in the previous twelve (12) months unless the customer demonstrates in writing to RG&E's reasonable satisfaction that electricity-consuming equipment is removed or disabled in place. RG&E shall have the right to inspect the premises of a customer upon reasonable notice and at reasonable times in order to confirm that such energy-consuming equipment has been so removed or disabled. Where a customer elects to establish its own Contract Demand, and (a) an exceedence of more than zero percent (0%) but less than ten percent (10%) occurs, a surcharge will apply to the current monthly bill equal to twelve (12) times the sum of the monthly Contract Demand charges calculated for the excess demand, (b) an exceedence of ten percent (10%) or more but less than twenty percent (20%) occurs, a surcharge will apply to the current monthly bill equal to eighteen (18) times the sum of the monthly Contract Demand charges calculated for the excess demand, and (c) an exceedence of twenty percent (20%) or more occurs, a surcharge will apply to the current monthly bill equal to twenty-four (24) times the sum of the monthly Contract Demand charges calculated for the excess demand. Where a new customer installs OSG, or an Existing Customer installs new OSG, during a two (2) year period commencing February 1, 2004, one exceedence in the first year of OSG operation of less than ten percent (10%) in magnitude would be excused from any surcharge. For purposes of this paragraph, the OSG shall be deemed to have commenced operation when the OSG first delivers electricity to serve the customer’s load.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011

Leaf No. 246 Revision: 5 Superseding Revision: 4

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) As-Used Demand: 1. The as-used demand for customers with interval metering will be the aggregate of the highest daily 30minute integrated demand (measured in kW) occurring during the On-Peak hours as defined in “Rate Periods” above, during the billing period. If in any billing period, there is a failure in the metered usage data acquisition that results in the failure to record daily as-used demand data, RG&E reserves the right to estimate reasonable values for the missing data for recording and billing purposes. 2. The as-used demand, for customers without demand metering, and not billed at the OASC will be the monthly metered kilowatt hours. METERING AND COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS: 1. A customer who provides telecommunications to the meter shall be responsible for all costs associated with the installation, operation and maintenance of the telecommunications line, including but not limited to, all telecommunications service bills. If the Company is unable to read the meter through a customer provided connection, and RG&E has determined that the problem is not caused by the Company's equipment, the customer shall be responsible for resolution of the problem. The customer shall also be responsible for reimbursement of RG&E expenses incurred for visits to the meter location to ascertain the cause of the problem. 2. A customer with demand metering and with 50 kW or more of Contract Demand is required to have interval metering and remote meter reading capability. Such customers will be responsible for the following: a) the incremental costs of interval metering equipment and its installation; b) the costs of providing remote meter reading capability through telecommunications to and from the meter; and c) the costs associated with resolution of any problems with the telecommunications provider, including reimbursing the Company for any expenses the Company incurs. 3. Meter Credit: A qualified customer that selects Competitive Metering service must comply with the requirements specified in this Schedule, and will not be charged the Meter Ownership, Meter Service and Meter Data Service Charges.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011

Leaf No. 246.1 Revision: 7 Superseding Revision: 5

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS: Customers served under this Service Classification may select from two different Supply Service Options as described below. RG&E will offer a Retail Access rate choice and a Non-Retail Access rate choice. The Retail Access choice (see below) is the ESCO Supply Service (ESS). The Non-Retail choice is the (see below) is the RG&E Supply Service (RSS). RG&E will provide only delivery service for the Retail Access choice. Electricity supply is provided by an Energy Services Company (“ESCO”). RG&E will provide delivery service and commodity service for the Non-Retail Access choice. 1. ESCO Supply Service (ESS) This Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (“TC” or Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.b), and a Bill Issuance Charge. Electricity supply is provided by an ESCO. Delivery Rates are specified in the Delivery Charges section of this Service Classification.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS (Cont’d) 2. RG&E Supply Service (RSS)

Leaf No. 246.2 Revision: 7 Superseding Revision: 5

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (“TC” or Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), a Bill Issuance Charge, and a commodity charge that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, unaccounted for energy, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC). Electricity supply is provided by RG&E. Delivery Rates are specified in the Delivery Charge sections of this Service Classification.

Electricity Supply Charge Standby customers taking service under this RSS option must select from two different options for their electricity supply charge. One option is RSS, based on the customer’s class deemed load shaped, as described in (a) below. The other option is Hourly Pricing, based on hourly metered usage, as described in (b) below. (a) For RSS, the charge for electricity supply service will fluctuate with the market price of electricity and will include the following components: energy, capacity, capacity reserves, line losses, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC), a Supply Adjustment Charge, and a Merchant Function Charge. Customers will be charged for energy based on their class deemed load shape using day-ahead prices adjusted for losses. They will be charged for capacity based on their class deemed contribution to peak using the monthly NYISO capacity auction price, including an appropriate adder for capacity reserve responsibility. (b) Standby customers whose otherwise applicable service classification is SC No. 8 may elect to be served under the Hourly Pricing as described in detail below in Option 3

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011
SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS (Cont’d) 3. Hourly Pricing

Leaf No. 246.3 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 2

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

Mandatory Hourly Pricing will be phased in and mandatory as follows: January 1, 2007 – Effective with the first full billing period on or after January 1, 2007 customers with a measured demand of not less than 1,000 kilowatts during any two of the previous 12 months. Effective with the first full billing period on or after September 22, 2011 customers with a measured demand of not less than 500 kilowatts during any two of the previous 12 months. Effective with the first full billing period on or after September 22, 2012 all customers whose otherwise applicable service classification is Service Classification No. 8 – Large General Service – Time of Use Rate unless eligible for an exemption.

September 22, 2011 –

September 22, 2012 –

Once a customer qualifies for mandatory Hourly Pricing they will remain subject to this provision until the Company determines their contract demand has been 200 KW or less for 12 consecutive months, at which time the customer will be billed under another appropriate service classification. Voluntary: Through the customer’s billing period ending on or after September 22, 2012, Hourly Pricing is voluntary for any customer who would otherwise qualify for service under Service Classification No. 8 – Large General Service – Time of Use Rate and does not meet the phase in criteria listed above. Once a customer elects Hourly Pricing they will remain on Hourly Pricing.
This Non-Retail Access choice includes fixed components for RG&E delivery service, a Transition Charge (“TC” or Non-Bypassable Charge ["NBC"] as described in Section 12.B.), a Bill Issuance Charge, and a commodity charge that fluctuates with the market price of electricity and consists of energy, capacity, capacity reserves, losses, Supply Adjustment Charge, ancillary services and a NYPA Transmission Access Charge (NTAC). Electricity supply is provided by RG&E.

Delivery Rates, are specified in the Delivery Charges section of this Service Classification. Electricity Supply Charge Electricity Supply Charge: All kilowatthours, per kilowatthour Customers served under this provision will be charged for the energy component of supply based on their hourly metered usage and the hourly supply cost. The electricity supply charge is equal to the sum of the hourly metered usage multiplied by the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) Day-Ahead Market (DAM) Location Based Marginal Price (LBMP) for the Genesee Zone adjusted for losses, ancillary services, NTAC, and a Supply Adjustment Charge. Capacity charges will also be based on interval meter data. The DAM LBMP prices will be the initial published DAM LBMP prices acquired by the Company. The customer's bill will not be recalculated if such prices are modified by the NYISO at a later date.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011

Leaf No. 246.4 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) SUPPLY SERVICE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS (Cont’d): 3. Hourly Pricing (Cont’d) Ld = Distribution loss factor. All customers will be categorized as primary or secondary load. Primary load applies to customers taking service above 600 volts. Secondary load applies to customers taking service at 600 volts or less. RG&E will notify the customer of the category applicable to it. The loss factors are: Primary Load: Secondary Load 4.68% 6.48%

Electricity Capacity Charge: per month The capacity and capacity reserves are specific to the customer. When hourly data is not available, the appropriate service class profile will be used to determine the customer’s capacity responsibility. A new capacity responsibility amount will be established for each customer each April, to be effective on or after May 1. Customers new to Hourly Pricing that begin the service prior to April will be assigned their capacity responsibility based on their service class profile until the first April where the required hourly data is available. Capacity Charge = UCAP Charge + Demand Curve Reserve Charge UCAP Charge = ((((UCAPreq * 1/(1-Ld)) * (1 + Reservereq))* Pricemonthlyauc) UCAPreq = The customer specific demand that occurred at the time of the New York system peak of the prior year. When the customer specific information is not available the appropriate service class profile information will be used. Ld - Distribution loss factor. Described above Reservereq = Additional reserve requirement as required by NYISO Pricemonthlyauc = Monthly NYISO auction price Demand Curve Reserve Charge = ((((UCAPreq * 1/(1-Ld)) * Demand Curve Reserve Chargereq ))* Pricespotauc) UCAPreq - Described above Ld - Described above Demand Curve Reserve Chargereq = Allocation of additional capacity requirement as required by the NYISO’s demand curve Pricespotauc = Monthly NYISO capacity spot market price. ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: August 1, 2011

Leaf No. 246.5 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

Issued in compliance with Order in Case 09-E-0717 issued and effective May 20, 2011

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd)

Reserved For Future Use

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 28, 2010

Leaf No. 247 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd)

The Customer is responsible for its appropriate share of any penalties incurred by the Company from the NYISO, or others, for unscheduled energy use. The penalties include, but are not limited to, congestion costs, marginal losses, and installed or unforced capacity deficiencies. INTERCONNECTION REQUIREMENTS: 1. A customer may connect an OSG facility for parallel operation with the Company’s delivery system, or isolate for operation with Standby Service provided by a wholesale generator by means of a double throw transfer switch, or another transfer switching scheme acceptable to the Company. 2. A customer must complete an Application for Service and must operate in compliance with standards and requirements set forth in either the Distributed Generation Interconnection Requirements found in the SIR Addendum to this Schedule at Section II, “Interconnection Requirements” or RG&E’s Bulletin 86-01 In addition, customers must execute either the NYS Standardized Contract For Interconnection of New Distributed Generation Units With Capacity of 300 kVA or Less, or Farm Waste Generators of 1000 kW of Less, to be Operated in Parallel (“SIR Contract”), as contained in the SIR Addendum to this Schedule, or the applicable contract.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: December 28, 2010

Leaf No. 248 Revision: 2 Superseding Revision: 1

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) 3. A customer and the Company shall agree as to the operating mode, interconnection and equipment specifications for the OSG facility pursuant to either a or b below, as may be amended or superseded: a) the SIR Contract, or b) RG&E’s Bulletin 86-01. 4. A customer will be responsible for all costs associated with its OSG interconnection as set forth in the requirements listed in paragraphs 3a or 3b above, as applicable. 5. Maintenance Schedules: A customer applying for Standby Service with a standby Contract Demand greater than 1000 kW is required to provide the Company with a schedule of OSG maintenance. A schedule must include the dates and times for the beginning and ending of all planned outages. A customer may revise the schedule one (1) month prior to the effective date of the outage. However, modifications communicated with less than one (1) month’s notice will not be allowed, unless the customer obtains Company approval. The annual provision of planned maintenance schedules by the customer will take place on October 1 of each year for Standby Service for the following calendar year. Such schedule will be utilized by RG&E for planning functions. This provision does not take precedence with respect to any OSG maintenance provision in a power purchase agreement that may be in effect with the Company. 6. At the time of agreement, the customer with an OSG greater than 300 kVA, excluding Net Metered Farm Waste Generators less than 1000 kW, may select the payment method for paying the Company operations and maintenance charges on the interconnection equipment paid for by the customer but owned by RG&E. The customer may select to pay either the actual charges for maintenance, as they may occur, or the customer may choose to pay an annual carrying charge of 9% (subject to review in the Company’s rate case proceedings) on the total investment in such equipment. The operations and maintenance costs on such equipment is billed on a monthly basis pursuant to the applicable contract or agreement. 7. NAERC Guidelines: A customer taking Standby Service shall comply with all reliability criteria, guidelines, and procedures established by the North American Electric Reliability Council (“NAERC”) as the same may be amended or superseded. Such compliance is necessary to ensure the continued reliability of North America's interconnected electric transmission electric systems. UNAUTHORIZED OSG INTERCONNECTION BY CUSTOMER: If a customer connects OSG to its electric system without: (a) notifying the Company; and (b) executing an appropriate Standby Service Application, and thereafter the Company discovers the interconnection, RG&E will backbill the customer for all Standby Service rendered subsequent to the estimated connection of such OSG. In preparing such backbills, the Company will assess a Standby Service Contract Demand surcharge equal to two times that which would otherwise be computed under the Determination of Demand Provision, paragraph 1 (Company Set Contract Demand) of this Service Classification, and assume the standby Contract Demand had been inappropriately established at 0 kW.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Initial Effective Date: March 1, 2010 Issued in compliance with order in Case No. 08-E-0751 dated 09/22/09

Leaf No. 249 Revision: 4 Superseding Revision: 3

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (a) Demand Metered Customer With Less Than 50 kW of Contract Demand: A customer with a Contract Demand of less than fifty (50) kW without interval metering will be billed at the OASC rate. A customer with a Contract Demand of less than fifty (50) kW can choose to be served at the standby rate, provided that the customer pays all one-time and ongoing costs associated with the purchase and installation of an interval meter, and telecommunication equipment as discussed in the “Metering and Communications Requirements” section of this Service Classification. (b) Small Customer Exclusion: Small customers, defined as those customers qualifying for service under Service Classification No. 1 – Residential, Service Classification No. 2 - Small General Service, or Service Classification No. 4 – Residential Service – Time-of-Use Rate, will be billed at the OASC rate instead of the Standby Service rate. This exemption will be discontinued on May 31, 2015, or upon the date that one hundred fifty (150) standby customers are billed under this provision, provided, however, that the discontinuance of this exemption shall not affect any customer that received the exemption prior to the date of discontinuance, which customers will continue to receive the exemption until the conclusion of the phase-in described in the “Optional Standby Service Rate Phase-ins is Applicable to” section of this Service Classification. (c) Power Factor Adjustment: Applicable to customers not subject to a reactive charge, if the Company determines that the Customer’s equipment is so operated that the maximum kilovolt-amperes of lagging reactive demand exceed forty-eight percent (48%) of the maximum kilowatt demand during the billing month, the Customer shall remedy that condition in a manner deemed adequate by the Company, by either: 1. Installing and maintaining at its own expense the power factor corrective equipment deemed necessary by the Company to remedy the condition, or 2. Making a cash contribution of the actual reasonable cost of any power factor corrective equipment installed by the Company on its side of the point of delivery to effect such correction. (d) Individually Negotiated Contracts: 1. Individual Agreements for Customers Considering Isolation RG&E is authorized to offer individually negotiated agreements for Standby Service to customers that may install back-up generation and disconnect their premises from the RG&E system in lieu of taking tariff Standby Service. The customer must document that it can physically, environmentally, and economically isolate from RG&E's grid by installing and operating back-up generation at a lower cost than paying for Standby Service, and that such option is the alternative the customer will select if RG&E does not offer a negotiated rate alternative. At a minimum, the negotiated rate agreement must provide for recovery of RG&E’s marginal costs plus a reasonable contribution to RG&E's recovery of its fixed costs. RG&E shall respond to a customer application for a negotiated rate agreement within ninety (90) days of its receipt with a negotiated rate agreement offer or a written explanation for its rejection of the application. Either party may seek from Staff a non-binding resolution of a dispute over the negotiation of such an individual rate agreement. In the event of a conflict between any provision of an agreement negotiated pursuant to this authority and any inconsistent provision of RG&E’s Joint Proposal filed April 15, 2003 in Case 02E-0551 or the standby rate provisions of RG&E's tariff on the same subject, the provision of the negotiated agreement shall take precedence and control.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York

PSC No: 19 - Electricity Leaf No. 250 Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Revision: 1 Initial Effective Date: November 1, 2011 Superseding Revision: 0 Issued in compliance with order in Case 11-E-0176 dated September 19, 2011 SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 STANDBY SERVICE (Cont'd) SPECIAL PROVISIONS: (Cont’d) (d) Individually Negotiated Contracts: (Cont’d) 2. Individual Agreements for Customers Selling into the Wholesale Market RG&E is authorized to offer individually negotiated agreements for Standby Service with customers that sell into the market, or to a third party, no less than ninety percent (90%) of their site's energy output, net of station power requirements, from generators located on the site having a total name plate rating equal to or greater than fifty (50) MW. The rates and charges negotiated will reflect, where applicable, the characteristics of the specific interconnection arrangements, including, but not limited to, the voltage level of the interconnection, whether the interconnection is bi-directional, and the nature of the RG&E facility where the generator is interconnected with the RG&E system. RG&E shall respond to a customer application for a negotiated rate agreement within ninety (90) days of its receipt with a negotiated rate agreement offer or a written explanation for its rejection of the application. Either party may seek from Staff a non-binding resolution of a dispute over the negotiation of such an individual rate agreement. In the event of a conflict between any provision of an agreement negotiated pursuant to this authority and any inconsistent provision of RG&E’s Joint Proposal filed April 15, 2003 in Case 02-E-0551 or the standby rate provisions of RG&E's tariff on the same subject, the provision of the negotiated agreement shall take precedence and control. (e) Recharge New York (“RNY”) Power Program Customers who qualify for the Recharge NY Power Program pursuant to Section 11 of the General Information Section of this Schedule, will have such power billed in accordance with the provision therein. The customer's power requirements in excess of the RNY Power allocation will be billed in accordance with the ESCO Supply Service rate or the NYSEG Supply Service rate of this Service Classification applicable to the customer's otherwise applicable service classification.

ISSUED BY: James A. Lahtinen, Vice President Rates and Regulatory Economics, Rochester, New York