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MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Title Sheet
Electric Service in Illinois

SCHEDULE OF RATES

FOR

ELECTRIC SERVICE

IN

ILLINOIS

This schedule cancels the entire


Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric Company
schedules formerly designated as:

Ill. C. C. No. 6
Ill. C. C. No. 8

Replacing them with a new MidAmerican


Energy Company schedule in accordance
with the Commission's merger approval
in Docket No. 94-0439

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Order Issued by B. E. Gale,
in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
th
Schedule of Rates For 12 Revised Sheet No. 1
th
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 11 Revised Sheet No. 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Sheet Number

Table of Contents 1
Service Area 2
Terms and Conditions 3

Rate No.
9 Residence Electric Service - Small Use 4
10 Residence Electric Service 5
11 Optional Time of Day Residence Electric Service 67

22 Commercial and Industrial Service 8


42 Commercial and Industrial Service - Optional 9

* 41 Large Industrial Electric Service (200 kW Minimum) 10


53 Large Industrial Electric Service (10,000 kW Minimum) 11

43 Street Lighting 12
46 Security Lighting 13
45 Municipal General Light and Power Service 14

Rider No.
1 Excess Facilities 16
2 Energy Efficiency Cost Recovery Adjustment 17
3 Electric Space Heating 18
4 Interruptible Service 19
5 Limited Term Contract Service 20
6 Allowance for Customer-Owned Transformers 21
7 State Utility Tax Addition 22
8 Auxiliary and Standby Electric Service 23
9 Municipal Tax Addition 24
10 Energy Assistance Charge 24.50
11 Economic Development 25
12 Nuclear Decommissioning Factor 26
13 Municipal Compensation Adjustment 27
14 Curtailment Service 28
15 Optional Commercial Time-Of-Day Service 29
16 Renewable Energy Resources and Coal Technology
Development Assistance Charge 29.50
17 Non-Residential Real Time Pricing 29.70

Issued: February 11, 2011 Effective: April 1, 2011

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Vice President
Asterisk (*) indicates change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
nd
Schedule of Rates For 2 Revised Sheet No. 1.10
st
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 1 Revised Sheet No. 1.10

TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT.)

Sheet Number

Rate No.

57 Cogeneration and Small Power Production Facilities 30


56 Qualified Solid Waste Energy Facility Purchases 31
* 55 Net Metering of Eligible Renewable Electric Generating Facilities 32

Rules and Regulations 33

Issued: February 11, 2011 Effective: April 1, 2011

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Vice President
Asterisk (*) indicates change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
nd
Schedule of Rates For 2 Revised Sheet No. 2
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling First Revised Sheet No. 2

SERVICE AREA

The cities, communities, and adjacent areas to which this schedule is applicable
are as follows:

Andalusia Illinois City


Andover Joslin
Barstow Lynn Center
Boden Matherville
Buffalo Prairie Milan
Cable Millersburg
Campbells Island Moline
Carbon Cliff Oak Grove
Cleveland Ophiem
Coal Valley Orion
Colona Osco
Cordova Port Byron
Coyne Center Preemption
Cropper's Addition Rapids City
East Moline Reynolds
Edgington Rock Island
Eliza Sherrard
* Hamlet Silvis
Hampton Swedona
Hillsdale Taylor Ridge
Warner

Issued: February 11, 2011 Effective April 1, 2011

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Vice President
Asterisk (*) indicates change.
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 3
Electric Service in Illinois

TERMS AND CONDITIONS


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SECTION I - GENERAL

DEFINITION OF A "CUSTOMER":

A "customer", as used in this tariff schedule is defined as one individual,


partnership, association, firm, public or private corporation, or governmental agency at a
single location receiving one class of service.

The three principal classes of customers are described as follows:

a. Residential Customer - One whose service is furnished for domestic


purposes.

b. Commercial Customer - One whose principal operation is providing or


distributing a service or product at wholesale or retail. Examples of this
class include stores, supermarkets, shops, shopping centers, offices,
office buildings, restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, theaters, hospitals,
research laboratories, recognized rooming and boarding houses, one-
meter apartment houses (but not individual tenants therein), service
stations, garages, warehouses, churches, and schools.

c. Industrial Customer - One whose principal operation is manufacturing or


processing and consists of creating or changing raw or unfinished
materials into another form or product. Examples of this class include
factories, machine shops, mines, mills, quarries, oil wells, refineries,
foundries, pumping plants, creameries, hatcheries, canning and packing
plants, and others engaged in extractive, fabricating, or processing
activities. Incidental retail sales do not affect the customer's industrial
status.

APPLICATION OF RATES:

The Company's published schedule of rates states the conditions under which each rate
is available for electric service. The Company, at any time upon request, will determine for the

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.05)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Issued by B. E. Gale
Dated May 3, 1995 Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 3.05
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 3.05

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Cont.)


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customer the rate best adapted to existing or anticipated service requirements.


However, the responsibility for the choice between two or more applicable rates will
always rest with the customer.

Rates are normally established on the basis of twelve months' application and
the customer, having selected a rate adapted to the customer's requirements, may not
change to another rate within a twelve-month period unless there is a substantial and
reasonably permanent change in the character or conditions of the customer's
requirements, or unless a substantial change affecting the customer's service is made
in the Company's rate schedules.

FIRE OR OTHER CASUALTY -- CUSTOMER'S BUSINESS PREMISES:

In case a fire or other casualty shall occur on the premises, rendering them unfit
for the purposes of the customer's business, the customer's contract, having a definite
term under the applicable rate, shall thereupon be suspended until such time as the
premises shall have been reconstructed and reoccupied by the customer for the
purposes of his business.

RULES AND REGULATIONS:

Conditions of electric service are also subject to the Rules and Regulations of
the Company as filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission.

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.10)


Issued: September 20, 2000 Effective November 6, 2000
Issued by James J. Howard
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 2nd Revised Sheet No. 3.10
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 1st Revised Sheet No. 3.10

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (CONT.)


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CHANGES AND MODIFICATIONS:

The Company, notwithstanding any other provision of this Electric Tariff


Schedule, shall have the right to make and file changes or modifications in the
provisions of the Rates, Terms and Conditions, Riders, or the Company's Rules and
Regulations, at any time by a subsequent filing with the Illinois Commerce Commission,
made pursuant to the provisions of Ill. Rev. Stat., Ch. 111-2/3, an Act concerning public
utilities, as amended, and the rules and regulations of the Commission.

COMPLAINTS:

Complaints concerning charges, practices, facilities or services provided by the


| Company shall be investigated promptly and thoroughly. All written complaints will be
| acknowledged in writing or verbally. The Company shall keep such records of
complaints as required by 83 Ill. Admin. Code Part 410.
|
| If the complaint cannot be resolved at the initial inquiry point, the information
shall be promptly referred to the employee or department who has authority to take
appropriate action to resolve the complaint. Any complaint, if unresolved by the prior
action, shall be referred to the appropriate management employee for action.
|
The final step for any unresolved informal complaint shall be a filing with the
Consumer Affairs Division of the Commission, by either the complainant or the
Company, for a resolution of the issue.

| CUSTOMER CALL CENTERS:

| The Company shall maintain a customer call center where customers can reach
| a representative and receive current information.

| The Company will comply with all service standards and reporting requirements
| as required by 83 Ill. Admin. Code Part 410.

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.15)


Issued: December 22, 2000 Effective January 1, 2001
Filed in compliance with Commission Issued by James J. Howard
Order in Docket No. 99-0580 Vice President
Dated December 6, 2000
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 3.15
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 3.15

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (CONT.)


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SECTION II

CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

APPLICATION FOR SERVICE:

Applicants for residential service may be required to apply for service in person
at any of the Company's local commercial offices. If Company records indicate the
applicant has a prior unpaid balance for the same class of utility service, the applicant
shall be required to pay a security deposit unless the applicant pays past due balance
or at the Company's option enters into a Deferred Payment Agreement for the unpaid
past due bill. Proof of identity may be required from any applicant.

All potential commercial or industrial customers shall be required to complete an


application for service. A deposit shall be required from a commercial applicant who
owes for past due utility service for the same class at the same or another address.
Payment in full of any past due service bill shall also be required as a condition of
service. A deposit may also be required from commercial applicants who are unable to
establish satisfactory credit references.

EQUIPMENT FURNISHED AND MAINTAINED BY CUSTOMER:

All wiring and other electrical equipment on the premises, or connecting the
premises with the Company service, furnished by the customer shall be suitable for the
purposes hereof and shall be installed and maintained by the customer at all times in
conformity with the requirements of the National Board of Fire Underwriters, the
properly constituted local authorities and such reasonable rules and regulations as
may be from time to time promulgated by the Company.

MUNICIPAL PERMITS AND INSPECTION FEES:

The customer agrees to secure, without cost to the Company, all necessary
municipal permits for the installation and operation of the electrical wiring and
equipment on the premises.

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.20)


IssuedSeptember 20, 2000 Effective November 6, 2000
Issued by James J. Howard
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 3.20
Electric Service in Illinois

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (CONT.)


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LANDLORD'S CONSENT:

In case the applicant is not the owner of the premises or of intervening property between
the premises and the Company's lines, the applicant agrees to obtain from the proper owner, or
owners, the necessary consent to the installation and maintenance on said premises and on
such intervening property of all wiring and other electrical equipment required for supplying
electricity to the applicant.

CONTINUOUS SERVICE:

The Company shall not be responsible in damages for any failure to supply electricity or
for interruption or reversal of supply if such failure, interruption, or reversal is without gross
negligence on its part. In the event damages are payable, such damages shall be limited to any
resultant property damage and personal injury.

ACCESS TO PREMISES:

The properly authorized agents of the Company shall at all reasonable hours have free
access to the premises for the purpose of reading, examining, repairing, or removing the
Company's meters or other property.

EXCLUSIVE ELECTRIC SERVICE:

Except in cases where the customer has written authorization from the Company or a
contract with the Company for either Auxiliary and Standby Service or Cogeneration and Small
Power Production Facilities, the Company's standard electric rate schedules are based on
exclusive use of electric service. No other electric service shall be used by the customer in
conjunction with the Company's service either by means of a "throw-over" switch or any other
connection. Parallel connection and/or operation of a customer's installation shall be permitted
only when specifically provided for in written authorizations and/or contracts.

RESALE:

The Company will not furnish electricity for resale except as an undefined part of a fixed
rental or except at those premises at which submetering or resale of service was permitted prior
to March 21, 1966.

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.25)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Issued by B. E. Gale
Dated May 3, 1995 Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 3.25
Electric Service in Illinois

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (CONT.)


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SECTION III

BILLING AND PAYING FOR SERVICE

BILLING:

Bills shall be rendered monthly for service hereunder unless otherwise


specified. The term "month" for billing purposes shall mean the period between any
two consecutive regular readings by the Company of the meters at the premises.

Electric meters are read as nearly as practicable every thirty days and charges
for electric service will be computed and billed at monthly intervals. When the number
of billing days varies from less than twenty-eight days or greater than thirty-three days
and the meter read dates for the electric meter differ from the monthly cycle billing
meter read dates, charges for electric service will be prorated. When the Company is
unable to read the meter after reasonable effort, the customer will be billed for an
estimated consumption based on the customer's previous usage after weather
normalization, when applicable. Billing will be automatically adjusted at the time of the
next regular meter reading.

The customer may not terminate service for one or more months in a year to
avoid payment of a minimum bill at the same location.

If the Company is called upon for the convenience of the customer to furnish
two or more metering installations per customer, each such installation will be
considered a separate point of delivery and charges will be calculated separately
therefore.

If a meter fails to register correctly, billings shall be adjusted in accordance with


applicable 83 Ill. Admin. Code Part 410.

Where service is supplied for a load having a known wattage and operated on a
fixed schedule, the Company may provide unmetered service and calculate the
quantity to be charged for under the applicable rate.

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.30)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Issued by B. E. Gale,
Dated May 3, 1995 Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 3.30
Electric Service in Illinois

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Cont.)


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All bills for electric service are due and payable within twenty-one days or in
accordance with provisions of 83 Ill. Admin. Code §280.90 regarding preferred payment
dates for residential customers and fifteen days for non-residential customers from the
postmark of the bill, if mailed, or date of delivery, if delivered by other means. Failure to
receive a bill does not exempt the customer from payment for service.

Bills may be paid at any office of the Company, at any authorized paystation, or
by mail.

CHARGE FOR RETURNED CHECKS:

When the customer pays by a check which is not honored by the customer's
bank and is returned to the Company, the customer will be assessed a charge of $5.00.

DELINQUENT BILLS:

All bills presented for payment become delinquent after twenty-one days or in
accordance with provisions of 83 Ill. Admin. Code §280.90 regarding preferred payment
dates for residential customers and after fifteen days for non-residential customers from
the postmark of the bill, if mailed, or date of delivery, if delivered by other means. The
Company may discontinue service and remove the meter for such delinquency after
eight days' written notice to the customer and compliance with rules established by the
Illinois Commerce Commission.

ALLOWANCE FOR LATE NET PAYMENT:

On one monthly bill in each calendar year, but not more often, the Company will
accept the net amount of such bill as full payment for such month after expiration of the
net payment period. The customer shall be notified of the month that allowance was
granted by a monthly period designation printed on all subsequent regular monthly bills
rendered during the applicable calendar year.

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.35)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
May 3, 1995
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 3.35
Electric Service in Illinois

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Cont.)


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PAYMENT BY MAIL:

When net payments are remitted by mail after the net payment period has expired, as
determined from the date of the postmark, the payment will be credited to the customer's
account, then, except as provided under ALLOWANCE FOR LATE NET PAYMENT, above,
the amount omitted from the gross payment due will be added to the customer's next bill.

OBJECTION TO BILL FILED WITHIN NET PAYMENT PERIOD:

Where written objection to any bill is filed by the customer within the net payment
period and the time required for investigation of such objection extends beyond the net
payment period, the Company will accept net payment in full of such bill if payment is made
within fourteen days after the customer has been notified of the results of such investigation.

RECONNECTION CHARGES:

If service has been discontinued at the meter because of non-payment of the bill or for
a violation of Company rules, the customer shall pay all delinquent bills plus a $25.00 charge,
plus applicable tax, for reconnection at the meter before service will be reestablished. There
shall be one reconnection charge waived each calendar year. Customers may be liable for the
additional costs incurred in disconnecting and reconnecting service other than at the meter. A
deposit may be required before reconnection.

DEFERRED PAYMENT AGREEMENT:

Any residential customer disconnected or about to be disconnected who is unable to


pay in full a delinquent bill may be granted an opportunity to enter into a reasonable payment
agreement in order to bring the account to a current status in accordance with 83 Ill. Admin.
Code §280.110.

PREFERRED DUE DATE:

A residential customer may have the monthly due date extended in accordance with 83
Ill. Admin. Code §280.90.

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.40)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 3.40
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 3.40

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (CONT.)


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BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN:

The following Budget Payment Plan is available to any customer or applicant of the
Company. Both electric and gas use may be billed under the Budget Payment Plan.

On request, the Company will furnish any customer:

1. An estimate of the total amount which will be billed for gas and electric service
during the next twelve months.

2. The amount of the recommended monthly budget payment based on projected


use.

Budget Payment Plan customers shall agree to the following:

1. To pay each monthly payment on or before the due date of the bill.

2. That if the aggregate of the actual charges for gas and electricity used during the
budget period exceeds the total of the budget payments made during that period,
| the excess charges will be spread evenly over the next 12 budget billing
| payments, or the customer may choose to pay to the Company the amount of
such excess on or before the due date of the bill for the closing month of the
| budget plan. If the aggregate is less than the budget payments, the balance
| shall be spread evenly over next 12 months or the customer may choose to
| receive either 1) a credit for the difference applied to the closing month bill or 2) a
| check for the amount.

3. That whenever in the Company's judgment it is deemed advisable to revise the


estimate of the total amount of any customer's bills for any budget period, the
Company shall prepare such revised estimate and advise the customer.

4. That failure to pay a budget payment on or before its due date shall be cause for
removal of that customer from the Budget Payment Plan.

5. That the Company's estimate shall apply only to the premises then occupied by
the customer, and if such premises are vacated during the budget year, the
Budget Payment Plan account shall be closed. Any accrued balance payable to
the customer shall be refunded, and any accrued balance payable to the
Company shall be billed to the customer.

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.45)


Issued: September 25, 1998 Effective November 9, 1998
Issued by: J. J. Howard
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates for 7th Revised Sheet No. 3.45
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 6th Revised Sheet No. 3.45

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Cont.)

STANDARD BILL FORM:

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.46)


Issued: January 25, 2007 Effective: March 16, 2007

Issued by: Naomi Czachura


Asterisk (*) Indicates change Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 11th Revised Sheet No. 3.46
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 10th Revised Sheet No. 3.46

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Cont.)

STANDARD BILL FORM:

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.50)


Issued: January 25, 2007 Effective: March 16, 2007

Issued by: Naomi Czachura


Asterisk (*) Indicates change Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For First Revised Sheet No. 3.50
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 3.50

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (CONT.)


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SECTION IV

CREDIT, DEPOSIT, AND DISCONNECT PROVISIONS

ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF CREDIT:


The customer may establish and maintain a good credit rating by paying all
rendered bills for utility service by the bill due date. Such credit rating should not be
affected by customer use of periodic Late Payment Allowance.

DEPOSITS:
The Company will require deposits, refund deposits, pay interest on deposits, and
maintain records of deposits in accordance with 83 Ill. Admin. Code §280.70.

RIGHTS OF CUT-OFF:
The Company shall have the right to discontinue its electric service to the
customer on due notice and to remove its property from the customer's premises
whenever bills for electric service are in arrears or in case the customer fails to comply
| with or perform any of the conditions or obligations of this tariff. However, the Company
| will not discontinue its electric service between December 1 and the following March 31
| to a customer who has been approved for and the Company has received agency notice
| of the approval for low-income energy assistance when
| 1. The electricity is used as the primary source of space heating or
| 2. The electricity is used to control or operate the primary source of space heating
| equipment at the premises.
| Such customer will still owe the Company for the service used during this period.

FRAUDULENT USE OF CURRENT:


In the event fraudulent use of current is discovered, the Company shall have the
right to discontinue service after proper notice and service will not be resumed until all
past due bills have been paid. Such bills shall include the estimated cost of current
fraudulently consumed together with payment for damages to the Company's equipment
and associated costs including investigative expenses. Customers with interior meters
may be required to relocate the metering installation on the exterior of the building. A
tamper-proof meter installation may also be required, at the customer's expense.

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.55)


Issued: October 7, 2003 Effective December 1, 2003
Pursuant to Commission Issued by James J. Howard,
Order in Docket No. 03-0534 Vice President
Dated September 4, 2003
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 3.55
Electric Service in Illinois

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (CONT.)


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SECTION V - FACILITIES

SERVICE FACILITIES:

Except as otherwise provided in the rate, the Company will furnish, as a normal
installation, facilities adequate to supply service at the customer's service entrance to a
normal load equal to the maximum thirty-minute demand of the customer at a power
factor of not less than 85 percent lagging. Each normal installation shall include facilities
for furnishing service at one standard voltage specified by the Company.

Where any of the customer's utilization equipment has characteristics which will
cause interference with the service to other customers or the operation of the
customer's utilization equipment results in a low power factor, the customer shall at the
request of the Company provide suitable facilities to eliminate such interference or
improve such power factor or both as the case may be. Otherwise, the Company shall
have the right to provide at the expense of the customer the facilities necessary to
improve the customer's power factor to not less than 85 percent lagging or eliminate
interference to the service of others as the case may be. If the Company determines it
is not reasonably feasible to install equipment to eliminate interference to the service of
others, the customer shall disconnect the equipment from the Company's supply or
install equipment which will eliminate such interference.

Where, for any reason, facilities in excess of a normal installation are provided by
the Company, such facilities shall be installed, maintained, and operated in accordance
with the provisions of the Company's Excess Facilities Rider.

METERING:

The Company will furnish, install, and maintain all metering equipment necessary
for measuring and billing the electricity supplied. The customer shall provide a suitable
place for the metering equipment which shall be readily accessible to employees of the
Company for reading, testing, inspecting, or exchanging such metering equipment.
Each separate point of delivery required

(Continued on Sheet No. 3.60)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 3.60
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 3.60

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (CONT.)


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by the customer will be metered separately and billed as a separate account unless otherwise
provided in the rate or where determined by the Company that load size and engineering
requirements make multiple service necessary.
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COMPANY'S PROPERTY AND PROTECTION THEREOF:

All meters, transformers, poles, structures, underground facilities, and other equipment
placed on the customer's premises by the Company for the purpose of rendering electric
service to said premises, unless otherwise expressly provided, shall be and remain the
property of the Company and the customer shall exercise reasonable care to protect such
property from loss or damage. The customer shall not authorize anyone who is not an
employee of the Company to remove or tamper with Company property. If requested, for the
convenience of the customer, the Company will move any such facilities to another acceptable
location on the premises, at the customer's expense.

Issued: December 22, 2000 Effective January 1, 2001


Filed in compliance with Commission Issued by James J. Howard
Order in Docket No. 99-0580 Vice President
Dated December 6, 2000
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 6th Revised Sheet No. 4
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 5th Revised Sheet No. 4

RATE NO. 9 RESIDENCE ELECTRIC SERVICE - SMALL USE

Available to customers taking electric service for residential use in a single family dwelling unit
subject to the following conditions:

1. The combined average daily usage during the customer's two highest billing periods
during the most recent June through September billing periods has not exceeded 15
kilowatthours per day, and

2. The customer has taken residence electric service at the same premises for one entire
June through September period, except the meter may be sealed on one monthly
meter reading date.

3. Conditions set forth in "1" and "2" above are satisfied for initial service if met by the
preceding occupant of the premises served.

Customers who subsequently meet the above conditions will be placed on this rate
effective with the October billing period following the summer period in which they meet the
conditions. Customers on this rate who subsequently do not meet the above conditions will be
transferred to another residential rate effective with the October billing period following the
summer period in which they do not meet the conditions.

NET MONTHLY RATE PER METER:

* Subject to nuclear decommissioning factor, energy efficiency cost recovery adjustment, energy
assistance charge, and renewable energy resources and coal technology development
assistance charge.

Basic Service:

$5.12 per month

Energy Charge:

Summer Winter
For all kilowatthours 7.848¢ per kWh 6.068¢ per kWh

* Summer - Applicable during the four monthly billing periods of June through
September.
Winter - Applicable during the eight monthly billing periods of October through
May.

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 4.10
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 4.10

RATE NO. 9 RESIDENCE ELECTRIC SERVICE - SMALL USE (CONT.)


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Minimum Charge:

The minimum charge shall be the net monthly basic service charge plus the
total of the energy assistance charge and the renewable energy resources and coal
technology development assistance charge.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE:

A late payment charge of 1½% per month of the utility service past due amount
will be added to the amount of the bill where payment is not made within twenty-one
days from the date of the bill.

SPECIAL APPLICATIONS:

This rate is subject to the same special applications of Combined Use In


Dwelling Unit, Service to Apartment Buildings, and Service To Farms, as specified in
other residence electric service rates included in this electric tariff schedule.

GENERAL:

Service hereunder is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Company and
to the Terms and Conditions and applicable Riders included in this electric tariff
schedule.

Issued: December 17, 1997 Effective January 1, 1998


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. R-18939 Vice President
Dated December 3, 1997
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 8th Revised Sheet No. 5
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 7th Revised Sheet No. 5

RATE NO. 10 RESIDENCE ELECTRIC SERVICE

Available to customers taking electric service for residential use in a single family dwelling unit.

NET MONTHLY RATE PER METER:

* Subject to nuclear decommissioning factor, energy efficiency cost recovery adjustment, energy
assistance charge, and renewable energy resources and coal technology development assistance
charge.

Basic Service:

$5.12 per month

Energy Charge:

Summer Winter_____________
For all kWh 9.058¢ per kWh For the first 800 kWh 7.238¢ per kWh
For all over 800 kWh 3.798¢ per kWh

* Summer - Applicable during the four monthly billing periods of June through September.
Winter - Applicable during the eight monthly billing periods of October through May.

Minimum Charge:

The minimum charge shall be the net monthly basic service charge plus the total of the energy
assistance charge and the renewable energy resources and coal technology development
assistance charge.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE:

A late payment charge of 1½% per month of the utility service past due amount will be added to
the amount of the bill where payment is not made within twenty-one days from the date of the bill.

APPLICATION FOR SERVICE:

Applicants for residential service may apply for service in person or by telephone at any of the
Company's local commercial offices.

SPECIAL APPLICATION:

Combined Use in Dwelling Unit

Where a residence and a business are combined in one residential premises, service for such
combined use will be furnished hereunder only in case the predominant use is

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 5.10
Electric Service in Illinois

RATE NO. 10 RESIDENCE ELECTRIC SERVICE (CONT.)


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for residential purposes. If the use is predominantly for business purposes, the customer
shall have the option of taking all service under the applicable commercial rate for
general use or of segregating the wiring and taking service hereunder for the residential
use and taking service for the balance of the use under the applicable commercial rate.

Service to Apartment Buildings

In the case of apartment buildings in which service to each individual apartment is


metered separately and supplied hereunder, lighting for entrances, halls, and stairways
and other use of electricity in connection with the operation of such apartment buildings
may be served under this rate through a separate meter or may be served through one
of the apartment meters.

Service to Farms

All service used in the home and on the farm under this rate shall, so far as
practical, be supplied through a single meter. Where separate meters are required to
supply farming operations located at such distance that they cannot be connected to the
main meter, service supplied through each such additional meter shall be billed
separately under this rate.

Service available hereunder for farm home purposes shall be limited to the use of
service within the residence on the farm and that required for all general farming and
agricultural purposes conducted on the premises.

This rate is not available to establishments in farming areas for processing,


distributing, or selling farm or other products which do not originate through production
on the premises served. The appropriate commercial rate shall be applied to such
service.

GENERAL:

Service hereunder is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Company and to
the Terms and Conditions and applicable Riders included in this electric tariff schedule.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 8th Revised Sheet No. 6
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 7th Revised Sheet No. 6

RATE NO. 11 OPTIONAL TIME OF DAY RESIDENCE ELECTRIC SERVICE

Available to any customer qualifying as a residential customer under existing residential rates.

NET MONTHLY RATE PER METER:

* Subject to nuclear decommissioning factor, energy efficiency cost recovery adjustment, energy
assistance charge, and renewable energy resources and coal technology development assistance
charge.

Basic Service:

$8.54 per month

Billing Demand Charge:

Summer Winter
All kilowatts $7.67 per kW $3.83 per kW

Energy Charge:

Summer Winter
On Peak - All kilowatthours 6.268¢ per kWh 5.308¢ per kWh
Off Peak - All kilowatthours 3.868¢ per kWh 3.868¢ per kWh

* Summer - Applicable during the four monthly billing periods of June through September.
* Winter - Applicable during the eight monthly billing periods of October through May.

On Peak Hours:
Summer - Hours between 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Winter - Hours between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

On Peak hours exclude the United States legal holidays of New Year's Day, Memorial
Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Off Peak Hours: All hours not included in the definition of On Peak Hours.

Minimum Charge:

The minimum charge shall be the net monthly basic service charge plus the total of the energy
assistance charge and the renewable energy resources and coal technology development assistance
charge.

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 6.10
Electric Service in Illinois

RATE NO. 11 OPTIONAL TIME OF DAY RESIDENCE ELECTRIC SERVICE (CONT.)


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LATE PAYMENT CHARGE:

A late payment charge of 1½% per month of the utility service past due amount
will be added to the amount of the bill where payment is not made within twenty-one
days from the date of the bill.

BILLING DEMAND:

The billing demand for any month shall be the highest one-hour kilowatt demand
established during the on-peak hours during the month.

TERM OF SERVICE:

The term of service shall be a minimum of twelve months. If the customer elects
to discontinue service under this rate prior to the expiration of the minimum twelve-
month requirement, a charge of $25 will be made.

SPECIAL APPLICATIONS:

This rate is subject to the same special applications of Combined Use in


Dwelling Unit, Service To Apartment Buildings, and Service To Farms, as specified in
other residence electric service rates included in this electric tariff schedule.

GENERAL:

Service hereunder is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Company and
to the Terms and Conditions and applicable Riders included in this electric tariff
schedule.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
th
Schedule of Rates For 9 Revised Sheet No. 7
th
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 8 Revised Sheet No. 7

* Reserved for Future Use.

Issued: February 11, 2011 Effective April 1, 2011

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Vice President
Asterisk (*) indicates change.
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
st
Schedule of Rates For 1 Revised Sheet No. 7.10
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 7.10

* Reserved for Future Use.

Issued: February 11, 2011 Effective April 1, 2011

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Vice President
Asterisk (*) indicates change.
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
st
Schedule of Rates For 1 Revised Sheet No. 7.20
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 7.20

* Reserved for Future Use.

Issued: February 11, 2011 Effective April 1, 2011

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Vice President
Asterisk (*) indicates change.
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 8th Revised Sheet No. 8
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 7th Revised Sheet No. 8

RATE NO. 22 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL SERVICE

Available for service to any commercial or industrial customer.

NET MONTHLY RATE PER METER:

* Subject to nuclear decommissioning factor, energy efficiency cost recovery adjustment, energy
assistance charge, and renewable energy resources and coal technology development assistance charge.

Basic Service:

$8.85 per month

Energy Charge:

Summer Winter______________
For all kWh 8.668¢ per kWh For the first 6000 kWh 6.988¢ per kWh
For all over 6000 kWh 5.928¢ per kWh

* Summer - Applicable during the four monthly billing periods of June through September.
Winter - Applicable during the eight monthly billing periods of October through May.

Minimum Charge:

The minimum charge shall be the net monthly basic service charge plus the total of the
energy assistance charge and the renewable energy resources and coal technology
development assistance charge.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE:

A late payment charge of 1½% per month of the utility service past due amount will be added to
the amount of the bill where payment is not made within fifteen days from the date of the bill.

ADJUSTMENT FOR PRIMARY METERING:

Where service is furnished at primary voltage, the Company may, at its option, install the metering
equipment on the high-voltage side of the customer's transformers. In that event, the kilowatthours
metered shall be decreased by one and two-tenths percent (1.2%).

GENERAL:

Service hereunder is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Company and to the Terms and
Conditions and applicable Riders included in this electric tariff schedule.

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 10th Revised Sheet No. 9
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 9th Revised Sheet No. 9

RATE NO. 42 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL SERVICE

Available to any commercial or industrial customer.

NET MONTHLY RATE:

* Subject to nuclear decommissioning factor, energy efficiency cost recovery adjustment, energy
assistance charge, and renewable energy resources and coal technology development assistance
charge.

Basic Service:

$8.85 per month

Billing Demand Charge:


Summer Winter
For the first 300 kW $8.91 per kW $6.14 per kW
For all over 300 kW $8.21 per kW $5.44 per kW

Energy Charge:

For the first 300 hours' use per month of the kilowatt billing demand applicable for
the month:

Summer Winter
For the first 6,000 kWh 5.248¢ per kWh 4.638¢ per kWh
For all over 6,000 kWh 4.208¢ per kWh 3.598¢ per kWh

For the excess over 300 hours' use per month of the kilowatt billing demand
applicable for the month:

2.908¢ per kWh for all kilowatthours.

Summer - Applicable during the four monthly billing periods of June through September.

Winter - Applicable during the eight monthly billing periods of October through May.

Minimum Charge:

The minimum monthly bill shall be the basic service charge plus the total of the energy
assistance charge and the renewable energy resources and coal technology development
assistance charge, applicable energy charges for the month, and billing demand charges
for the month. No minimum monthly charge shall be less than a demand charge applicable
for a billing demand of ten kilowatts.

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 9.10
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 9.10

RATE NO. 42 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL SERVICE (CONT.)


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LATE PAYMENT CHARGE:

A late payment charge of 1½% per month of the utility service past due amount will be
added to the amount of the bill where payment is not made within fifteen days from the date of
the bill.

ADJUSTMENT FOR PRIMARY METERING:

Where service is furnished at primary voltage, the Company may, at its option, install the
metering equipment on the high-voltage side of the service transformers. In that event, the
kilowatt demand and the kilowatthours metered shall be decreased by one and two-tenths
percent (1.2%).

MAXIMUM DEMAND:

The maximum kilowatt demand in any month shall be the highest thirty-minute kilowatt
demand established during the month.

BILLING DEMAND:

The billing demand for any month shall be the greater of: (a) the maximum kilowatt
demand in such month, or (b) ten kilowatts.

(Continued on Sheet No. 9.20)


Issued: September 20, 2000 Effective November 6, 2000
Issued by James J. Howard,
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 9.20
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 9.20

RATE NO. 42 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL SERVICE (CONT.)


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GENERAL:

Service hereunder is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Company and
to the Terms and Conditions and applicable Riders included in this electric tariff
schedule.

Issued: September 20, 2000 Effective November 6, 2000


Issued by: James J. Howard
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 9th Revised Sheet No. 10
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 8th Revised Sheet No. 10

RATE NO. 41 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC SERVICE

Available for service supplied through a single meter to any commercial or industrial customer
where service is taken at the Company's untransformed line voltage.

NET MONTHLY RATE:

* Subject to nuclear decommissioning factor, energy efficiency cost recovery adjustment, energy
assistance charge, and renewable energy resources and coal technology development assistance
charge.

Basic Service:

$203 per month

Billing Demand Charge:


Summer Winter
All kW $9.28 per kW $4.94 per kW

Energy Charge:

On Peak - All kilowatthours 3.828¢ per kWh 3.828¢ per kWh


Off Peak - All kilowatthours 2.618¢ per kWh 2.618¢ per kWh

Summer - Applicable during the four monthly billing periods of June through September.
Winter - Applicable during the eight monthly billing periods of October through May.

On Peak Hours - Daytime periods between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday during the month excluding the United States legal holidays of
New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day,
Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Off Peak Hours - All hours not included in the definition of On Peak Hours.

Minimum Charge:

The minimum monthly bill shall be the basic service charge plus the total of the energy
assistance charge and the renewable energy resources and coal technology development
assistance charge, applicable energy charges for the month, and billing demand charges
for the month. No minimum monthly charge shall be less than a demand charge applicable
for a billing demand of 200 kilowatts.

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 10.10
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 10.10

| RATE NO. 41 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC SERVICE (CONT.)


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REACTIVE DEMAND CHARGE:

A reactive demand charge shall be made for each kilovar by which the
customer's maximum reactive demand in kilovars is greater than 50 percent of the
customer's maximum kilowatt demand in the same month. The minimum number of
kilovars billed in any month shall be maximum number of kilovars measured in the
current month or during any of the preceding eleven months for which a charge is
made. The reactive demand charge is ten cents per kilovar per month.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE:

A late payment charge of 1½% per month of the utility service past due amount
will be added to the amount of the bill where payment is not made within fifteen days
from the date of the bill.

ADJUSTMENT FOR METERING AT SECONDARY VOLTAGE:

The Company may, at its option, install the metering equipment on the low-
voltage side of the customer's transformers. In that event, the customer's metered
demand and energy shall be increased by one and two-tenths percent (1.2%) and such
increased quantities shall be the basis of billing the charges hereunder.

MAXIMUM DEMAND:

The maximum kilowatt demand in any month shall be the highest thirty-minute
kilowatt demand established during the month.

The maximum kilovar demand in any month shall be the highest thirty-minute
kilovar demand established during the month.

BILLING DEMAND:

The billing demand for any month shall be the greater of: (a) the maximum
kilowatt demand which has been measured during the daytime periods between 8:00
a.m. and 8:00 p.m. (Monday through Friday during the month excluding the United
States legal holidays of New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day,
Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day), or (b) 200 kilowatts.

Issued: April 8, 1997 Effective June 1, 1997


| Indicates Change Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 2nd Revised Sheet No. 10.20
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 1st Revised Sheet No. 10.20

| RATE NO. 41 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC SERVICE (CONT.)


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GENERAL:

Service hereunder is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Company and
to the Terms and Conditions and applicable Riders included in this electric tariff
schedule.

Issued: September 20, 2000 Effective November 6, 2000


Issued by James J. Howard
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 7th Revised Sheet No. 11
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 6th Revised Sheet No. 11

RATE NO. 53 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC SERVICE

Available for service supplied at a single point of delivery to any commercial or industrial customer
for power, lighting, or other uses in connection with manufacturing and processing.

NET MONTHLY RATE:

* Subject to nuclear decommissioning factor, energy efficiency cost recovery adjustment, energy
assistance charge, and renewable energy resources and coal technology development assistance charge.

Basic Service:

$477 per month

Billing Demand Charge:


Summer Winter
All kW $9.14 per kW $4.98 per kW

Energy Charge:

On Peak - All kilowatthours 3.228¢ per kWh 3.228¢ per kWh


Off Peak - All kilowatthours 2.068¢ per kWh 2.068¢ per kWh

* Summer - Applicable during the four monthly billing periods of June through September.
Winter - Applicable during the eight monthly billing periods of October through May.

On Peak Hours - Daytime periods between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
during the month excluding the United States legal holidays of New
Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving
Day, and Christmas Day.

Off Peak Hours - All hours not included in the definition of On Peak Hours.

Minimum Charge:

The minimum monthly bill shall be the basic service charge plus the total of the energy
assistance charge and the renewable energy resources and coal technology development
assistance charge, applicable energy charges for the month, and billing demand charges for
the month. No minimum monthly charge shall be less than a demand charge applicable for
a billing demand of 10,000 kilowatts.

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 11.10
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 11.10

| RATE NO. 53 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC SERVICE (CONT.)


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REACTIVE DEMAND CHARGE:

A reactive demand charge shall be made for each kilovar by which the customer's
maximum reactive demand in kilovars is greater than 50 percent of the customer's maximum
kilowatt demand in the same month. The minimum number of kilovars billed in any month shall
be maximum number of kilovars measured in the current month or during any of the preceding
eleven months for which a charge is made. The reactive demand charge is ten cents per kilovar
per month.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE:

A late payment charge of 1½% per month of the utility service past due amount will be
added to the amount of the bill where payment is not made within fifteen days from the date of
the bill.

MAXIMUM DEMAND:

The maximum kilowatt demand in any month shall be the highest thirty-minute kilowatt
demand established during the month.

The maximum kilovar demand in any month shall be the highest thirty-minute kilovar
demand established during the month.

BILLING DEMAND:

The billing demand for any month shall be the greater of: (a) the maximum kilowatt
demand which has been measured during the daytime periods between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00
p.m. (Monday through Friday during the month excluding the United States legal holidays of
New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and
Christmas Day), or (b) 10,000 kilowatts.

SERVICE FACILITIES:

Service will be furnished at the nominal voltage of 7600/ 13,200 volts, three phase, four-
wire, or at such higher voltage as may be available on the Company's system at the location
served. The delivery voltage will be specified in the contract. The customer shall furnish all
transformers, circuit breakers, and other equipment required for taking service at the voltage
specified.

Issued: April 8, 1997 Effective June 1, 1997


| Indicates Change Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 11.20
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 11.20

| RATE NO. 53 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC SERVICE (CONT.)


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TERM OF CONTRACT:

The obligations hereunder of the customer and the Company shall commence on
the date electric service is first rendered to the customer and shall continue until
December 31 of that year and for an initial term of three years thereafter and for
repeating periods of one year thereafter unless terminated effective on December 31 by
written notice given by either party to the other not less than one year prior to the
expiration of the initial term or any subsequent one-year term. A letter shall be directed
by the Company to the customer within thirty days of the date on which service is first
rendered hereunder setting forth said date and shall be acknowledged by the customer.
The letter so written shall become a part of the contract upon such acknowledgment
and shall become conclusive proof of the subjects.

GENERAL:

Service hereunder is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Company and
to the Terms and Conditions and applicable Riders included in this electric tariff
schedule.

Issued: April 8, 1997 Effective June 1, 1997


| Indicates Change Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 4th Revised Sheet No. 12
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 2nd Revised Sheet No. 12

RATE NO. 43 STREET LIGHTING


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Available for service supplied under contract with the municipality for lighting of public streets and
thoroughfares and other public places. Company-owned mercury vapor street lights are not available
after January 1, 1990 for new installations or replacement of worn-out lights.

SERVICE TO BE FURNISHED:

Company-owned lights to be supplied hereunder shall be at locations of existing installations


contracted for and at new locations where additional lights are requested by the municipality. Such
additional installations will be made by the Company upon receipt of written order from the municipality
provided, however, any line extension required shall not exceed 400 feet of overhead secondary.
Longer secondary line extensions and additional facilities required to provide service will be subject to
excess facilities charges under Rider No. 1.

* NET RATES: (Subject to nuclear decommissioning factor; also subject to energy assistance charge of
$4.00 per bill and renewable energy resources and coal technology development assistance charge of
$0.50 per bill.)

1. Company-owned and operated street lights in standard fixtures mounted on mast-arms attached
to wood poles and operated on all-night schedule:

Mercury Vapor High Pressure Sodium

Rate per Light Rate per Light


Watt Lumen Per Month Watt Lumen Per Month

* 100 3,500 $ 7.37 100 8,500 $ 7.87


* 175 7,000 8.19 150 14,500 8.86
* 250 10,000 8.94 250 23,000 10.06
* 400 18,000 10.32 400 45,000 11.87
* 1,000 48,000 17.38

In the event the Company is required to replace existing Company-owned mercury vapor lights
with high pressure sodium lights, the customer shall pay the Company the undepreciated value of
each mercury vapor luminaire removed at the rate of $5.00 per year for each year of remaining
life. This amount shall be calculated as follows:

16 years less number of years in service (to the nearest whole


year) of the mercury vapor luminaire removed multiplied by $5.00.

Issued: December 18, 2006 Effective: January 1, 2007


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: Naomi Czachura,
Final Order in Docket No. 06-0690 Vice President
Asterisk (*) Indicates change.
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 4th Revised Sheet No. 12.10
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 2nd Revised Sheet No. 12.10

RATE NO. 43 STREET LIGHTING (CONT.)


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At the Company's discretion, obsolete mercury vapor lights may be replaced, before
fully depreciated, with high pressure sodium lights at no cost to the customer.

If the customer requires the Company to install luminaires at a mounting height


greater than can be achieved on existing wood poles, the customer will be required
to pay the Company a contribution in aid of construction to cover the cost of changing
the pole to taller heights and/or rearranging the facilities.

2. Class A -- Customer-owned group-operated street lights with mounting heights of 40


feet or less and located on roadways not in the category of expressways, freeways,
or divided highways for which the Company shall furnish only electric energy, lamp
replacements, and cleaning of luminaire glassware.

Class C -- Customer-owned group-operated street lights for which the Company shall
furnish only electric energy.
Rate Per Light Per Month
Watt Lumen Class A Class C

* Mercury Vapor 175 7,000 $ 2.62 $ 1.71


* 250 10,000 3.48 2.38
* 400 18,000 4.86 3.77
* 1,000 48,000 10.12 8.99
High Pressure
* Sodium 70 5,000 0.81
* 100 8,500 2.81 1.18
* 150 14,500 3.35 1.70
* 250 23,000 4.17 2.53
* 400 45,000 5.56 3.95
* 1,000 125,000 11.65 9.22

* Metal Halide 70 5,900 0.81


* 100 8,900 2.81 1.18
* 175 14,000 3.62 1.97
* 250 20,000 4.16 2.52
* 400 35,000 5.56 3.95
* 1,000 90,000 11.65 9.22

Issued: December 18, 2006 Effective: January 1, 2007


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: Naomi Czachura,
Final Order in Docket Vice President
No. 06-0690
Asterisk (*) Indicates change.
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 12.20
Electric Service in Illinois

RATE NO. 43 STREET LIGHTING (CONT.)


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3. All incandescent street lights that are in service on the effective date of the contract will
continue to be served, until removed or replaced, at the composite average rate by
lumen rating currently being charged, such average rates to be set forth in the contract
for street lighting service.

4. Any street light discounts in effect prior to July 1, 1987 will continue to their expiration.

TIME SCHEDULES FOR STREET LIGHTS:

Company-owned and customer-owned street lights will be scheduled on every night


from thirty minutes after sunset until thirty minutes before sunrise the following day.

All street lights will be controlled on and off by a photo-electric device actuated by
intensity of natural light and such device will be set to cause street lights so controlled to burn
as nearly as possible on the above schedule.

Customer-owned street lights may also be controlled by other devices by mutual


consent of the Company.

MINIMUM CHARGE:

The minimum charge will be based on the number of lamps in service.

MONTHLY BILLING:

Bills shall be rendered monthly for service hereunder.

INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE:

The customer shall notify the Company promptly of any interruption of service hereunder
and give the Company not less than 24 hours to restore the service. If the service is not
restored at the expiration of such period, the Company shall make the prorata abatement of the
charges for the full period of the

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 12.30
Electric Service in Illinois

RATE N0. 43 STREET LIGHTING (CONT.)


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interruption provided, however, that if the interruption is due to storm or other causes
beyond the Company's control, the period for such abatement of the charges shall not
begin until after a reasonable time for repairs, not to exceed 48 hours, has elapsed.

TERM OF CONTRACT:

An initial term of four years plus that fractional part of a year until the next March
31 and for repeating periods of one year thereafter until terminated effective on March
31 of any year by thirty or more days prior written notice given by either party to the
other.

SERVICE TO OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES:

The rates provided herein shall be available to other governmental agencies


contracting to take street lighting service for not less than a five-year period in areas
outside incorporated municipalities where the Company owns and operates suitable
electric distribution facilities. Company-owned and installed lights will be connected as
described in the Service To Be Furnished Section.

GENERAL:

Service hereunder is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Company and
to the Terms and Conditions and applicable Riders included in this electric tariff
schedule.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 5th Revised Sheet No. 13
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 3rd Revised Sheet No. 13

RATE NO. 46 SECURITY LIGHTING


______________________________________________________________________

Available for the lighting of entrances, driveways, and other private areas adjacent to existing
120/240-volt overhead distribution circuits of the Company or where such circuits may be extended to
supply overhead lighting units. Mercury vapor lights are not available after January 1, 1990 for new
installations or replacement of worn-out lights.

SERVICE TO BE FURNISHED:

The Company will install, own, and maintain the lighting fixture on an existing distribution line pole
and furnish electricity and lamp renewals as required to operate the light from dusk to dawn each night.
Such service will also be furnished at locations adjacent to an existing distribution pole line of the
Company with the lighting fixtures mounted on suitable poles owned and maintained by the customer or
on additional standard distribution poles owned by the Company.

The determination of the method of supply and type of facilities rests solely with the Company.
This type of service will be furnished only if practical and safe from the standpoint of the Company and will
not be supplied to light fixtures attached to buildings or where the installation of such lights would create
an unusual hazard.

* NET MONTHLY RATE: (Subject to nuclear decommissioning factor. Also subject to energy assistance
charge, and renewable energy resources and coal technology development assistance charge unless
these charges are reflected in other rates paid by the same customer at the same premise.)

Mercury Vapor High Pressure Sodium


Rate per Light per Month Rate per Light per Month
Watt Lumen Residential Non-Residential Watt Lumen Residential Non-Residential

100 3,500 $ 4.89 $ 5.06 100 8,500 $ 5.80 $6.00


* 175 7,000 5.92 6.12 150 14,500 6.43 6.64
* 250 10,000 6.75 6.98 250 23,000 7.62 7.87
* 400 18,000 8.47 8.75 400 45,000 11.14 11.51
* 1,000 48,000 15.51 16.02
*
$2.31 per month for residential and $2.39 per month for non-residential for each standard
distribution pole (not over 40 feet) required in addition to existing poles.

$0.69 per month for residential and $0.72 per month for non-residential for each additional span of
overhead circuit.

Minimum Charge:
The minimum charge will be based on lights, poles, and additional spans under contract.

Issued: December 18, 2006 Effective: January 1, 2007


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: Naomi Czachura,
Final Order in Docket No. 06-0690 Vice President
Asterisk (*) Indicates change.
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 13.10
Electric Service in Illinois

RATE NO. 46 SECURITY LIGHTING (CONT.)


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LATE PAYMENT CHARGE:

A late payment charge of 1½% per month of the utility service past due amount will be
added to the amount of the bill where payment is not made within twenty-one days for
residential customers and fifteen days for non-residential customers from the date of the bill.

CONTRACT PROVISIONS:

Contracts hereunder are subject to the following in addition to the above net monthly
rate and late payment charge:

1. All facilities furnished hereunder shall remain the property of the Company and will be
maintained by the Company.

2. Maintenance of lamp equipment will be done only during normal working hours within a
reasonable period following notification by the customer of the need for such
maintenance. The Company shall be permitted to enter the customer's premises at all
reasonable times for the purpose of inspection, maintenance, installation, and removal
of its equipment and facilities.

3. The customer is responsible for all damages to or loss of the Company's property
located upon his premises unless occasioned by the Company's negligence or by any
cause beyond the control of the customer.

TERM OF CONTRACT:

An initial term of one year and thereafter until terminated by ninety or more days' prior
written notice given by either party to the other.

GENERAL:

Service hereunder is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Company and to the
Terms and Conditions and applicable Riders included in this electric tariff schedule.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 7th Revised Sheet No. 14
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 6th Revised Sheet No. 14

RATE NO. 45 MUNICIPAL GENERAL LIGHT AND POWER SERVICE

Available for municipal general light and power service embracing electricity to be used for light
and power purposes in connection with the operation of city-owned and operated traffic lights and
municipal buildings such as the city hall, city fire stations, city library, city sewage lift stations, city park
buildings, city garage, and public recreational centers located on city property and operated under
municipal supervision.

NET MONTHLY RATE:

* Subject to nuclear decommissioning factor, energy efficiency cost recovery adjustment, energy
assistance charge, and renewable energy resources and coal technology development assistance
charge.

Meter Charge:

$4.40 per meter per month, plus

Energy Charge:

Summer Winter
For all kilowatthours 7.968¢ per kWh 6.358¢ per kWh

Summer - Applicable during the four monthly billing periods of June through September.
Winter - Applicable during the eight monthly billing periods of October through May.

Minimum Charge:

$4.40 per meter per month plus the total of the energy assistance charge and the
renewable energy resources and coal technology development assistance charge.

ADJUSTMENT FOR PRIMARY METERING:

Where service is furnished at primary voltage, the Company may, at its option, install the
metering equipment on the high- voltage side of the customer's transformers. In that event, the
kilowatthours metered shall be decreased by one and two-tenths percent (1.2%).

GENERAL:

Service hereunder is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Company and to the Terms and
Conditions and applicable Riders included in this electric tariff schedule.

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 15
Electric Service in Illinois

RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 16
Electric Service in Illinois

RIDER NO. 1 EXCESS FACILITIES


______________________________________________________________________

Except as otherwise provided in the rate, the Company will furnish, as a normal
installation, facilities adequate to supply service at a single point of delivery to a load
equal to the maximum thirty-minute demand of the customer at a power factor of not less
than 85 percent lagging. Each normal installation shall include facilities for furnishing
service at only one standard voltage.

In the event facilities in excess of a normal installation are requested by the


customer or are found to be required to serve the customer's load, the Company shall
furnish, install, and maintain such facilities, subject to the following conditions:

1. The type, extent, and location of such facilities shall be determined by agreement
between the Company and the customer.

2. Such facilities furnished by the Company shall be the property of the Company.

3. The customer shall pay the Company at the time of installation the estimated cost
of the excess facilities, except, in the case of transformers or any other equipment
which the Company may elect to provide on a rental basis, the customer shall pay
the Company's standard rental charges in effect at the time of the installation of
such facilities. In the event there is a change made in the facilities which requires a
change in the rental payment, the rental charge for all facilities being furnished by
the Company will be based on the charges in effect at that time.

4. In the event excess facilities furnished by the Company are different than
customarily used rather than additional facilities, the cost or rental payment by the
customer shall be the excess of the cost or rental for the facilities actually
furnished over the cost or rental of normal facilities. In case the providing of
excess facilities involves the furnishing, installing, and maintaining of facilities
which may reasonably be used for other customers, the cost or rental payable by
the customer shall be that portion of the total cost or rental which is reasonably
assignable to the customer.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 3rd Revised Sheet No. 17
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 2nd Revised Sheet No. 17

Applicable to All Rates Except Rate Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS, and SMS

RIDER NO. 2 ENERGY EFFICIENCY COST RECOVERY ADJUSTMENT (EECR)

APPLICABILITY:

This rider is designed to recover reasonable energy efficiency costs pursuant to


the provisions of Section 8-408 of the Public Utilities Act (Act), 220 ILCS 5/8-408 that
became effective on January 1, 2008. Such costs shall be permitted to be recovered
through this adjustment clause rider once it is approved by the Illinois Commerce
Commission (Commission), applicable to each kilowatt-hour of electricity delivered in
the Company’s service area, other than that delivered under lighting tariff rates,
including, but not limited to:

1. Deliveries by the Company to tariffed services retail customers.

2. Deliveries by the Company pursuant to special contracts or other


negotiated arrangements to retail customers located in the Company's
service area.

3. Deliveries to retail customers located in the Company's service area by


alternative retail electric suppliers and by an electric utility other than the
Company.

* DEFINITIONS:

Effective Period: Effective Period means the period during which the EECR rates, the
recovery mechanism for energy efficiency costs, are applied to delivered kWh. The
Effective Period begins with the first monthly billing period after the EECR rates are
reported.

EE Programs: EE Programs mean activities and programs that are developed,


implemented, or administrated by or for the Company related to energy efficiency plans
approved by the Commission pursuant to Section 8-408 of the Act.

Program Year: Program Year means the twelve-month period ending December 31
for which the EE Programs costs and EECR revenues are to be reconciled. For the
initial Program Year, the period will be June 1, 2008 through December 31, 2008.

(Continued on Sheet No. 17.10)


Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008
Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 3rd Revised Sheet No. 17.10
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 2nd Revised Sheet No. 17.10

Applicable to All Rates Except Rate Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS, and SMS

RIDER NO. 2 ENERGY EFFICIENCY COST RECOVERY ADJUSTMENT (EECR) (CONT.)

Incremental Costs: Incremental Costs means costs incurred by the Company in


association with the EE Programs and include, but are not limited to: (a) Fees, charges,
billings or assessments related to the EE Programs; (b) costs or expenses associated
with equipment, devices, or services that are purchased, provided, installed, operated
maintained or monitored for the EE Programs; (c) the revenue requirement equivalent
of the return of and on a capital investment associated with the EE Programs; and (d)
all legal, contracted services, and consultative costs associated with the EE Programs
that are incurred after the effective date of Section 8-408 of the Act.

Incremental Costs also include incremental expenses for wages, salaries and benefits
of Company employees, including direct and indirect incremental costs associated with
such Company employees, who were hired for positions that are specifically related to
the Programs.

Incremental Costs may not include any expenses for wages, salaries, and benefits of
Company employees, employed either before or after the effective date of Section 8-
408 of the Act, that are otherwise recovered under other approved tariffs.

Costs incurred as a result of multiple year agreements entered into with customers in
conjunction with EE Program participation prior to the cessation of those programs may
be included as an Incremental Cost after the cessation of EE Programs as long as such
agreements remain in effect.

(Continued on Sheet No. 17.20)


Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008
Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 3rd Revised Sheet No. 17.20
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 2nd Revised Sheet No. 17.20

Applicable to All Rates Except Rate Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS, and SMS

RIDER NO. 2 ENERGY EFFICIENCY COST RECOVERY ADJUSTMENT (EECR) (CONT.)

* DETERMINATION OF EECR RATE:

The EECR rate will be added to energy or usage charges for the purpose of billing.
Separate EECR rates will be calculated for residential and non-residential customers.
The EECR rates will be determined as follows:
EXPc - Ec - Rc ± Ac ± O
EECRc =
Sc

* Where:

EECR = Energy efficiency cost recovery rate in cents per kWh, rounded to the
nearest $0.00001, to be applied to each kWh delivered to each retail
customer for each customer class, c, during the Effective Period.
c= Customer class: Residential and Non-Residential.
EXP = Projected Incremental Costs the Company expects to incur during the
Effective Period for Commission-approved EE Programs by class that are
not recovered through other tariffs. For the initial Effective Period, such
projected Incremental Costs may include any costs incurred any time after
the effective date of Section 8-408 of the Act that are related to the
planning and development of EE Programs approved by the Commission.
R= Reimbursements of any costs received during the calendar year
associated with Commission-approved energy efficiency programs not
otherwise credited through this cost recovery adjustment.
E= Embedded costs identified as curtailment dollars paid to customers
under Rider No. 4 – Interruptible Service and online audit services
in an amount of $3,427 for Residential and $166,617 for Non-
Residential customer classes.
A= Automatic Adjustment, (Factor A) in dollars, representing the
reconciliation of over/under collections for the previous year. If the EECR
rate is revised during the Program Year, the calculation of the revised
EECR rate may consider a prorated Factor A, and any expected
over/under recovery since January of the current Program Year if
consideration would impact a revised EECR rate for the Program Year.

(Continued on Sheet No. 17.30)


Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008
Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 3rd Revised Sheet No. 17.30
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 2nd Revised Sheet No. 17.30

Applicable to All Rates Except Rate Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS, and SMS

RIDER NO. 2 ENERGY EFFICIENCY COST RECOVERY ADJUSTMENT (EECR) (CONT.)

O= Ordered Adjustment, (Factor O) in dollars, representing


adjustments approved by the Commission in the annual
reconciliation proceeding. If the EECR rate is revised during the
Program Year, the calculation of the revised EECR rate may
consider a prorated Factor O if consideration would impact a revised
EECR rate for the Program Year.

S= Forecasted kWh sales for the Effective Period.

* REVISION OF RATES:

The EECR rates shall be revised annually, reported by December 20 to be


effective for January billing.

The EECR rates may be revised, if necessary in accordance with the


Commission order concerning the Annual Reconciliation Report.

The Company may also revise the EECR rates if the Company determines
revised EECR rates result in a better match between revenues and incurred costs for
EE Programs.

The Company must file with the Commission such revised EECR rates on or
before the 20th day of the month immediately preceding the monthly billing period
during which such revised EECR rates become effective. The Company may file any
corrections from a timely filed EECR rate on or before the last day of the filing month.
Any other filing after that date will be accepted only if submitted as a special permission
request under the provisions of Section 9-201(a) of the Act.

* ANNUAL RECONCILIATION:

On or before March 20th, the Company, must submit to the ICC an Annual
Reconciliation Report that summarizes the operation of this rider and reconciles EECR
rate revenues with recorded EE Programs costs for the Program Year. Such over/under

(Continued on Sheet No. 17.40)


Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008
Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 17.40
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Rate Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS, and SMS

RIDER NO. 2 ENERGY EFFICIENCY COST RECOVERY ADJUSTMENT (EECR) (CONT.)

recoveries shall be used to calculate an adjustment to the current EECR rates, effective
with the April billing. Such Annual Reconciliation Report shall also include a verified
statement from a Company representative regarding the reasonableness and prudence
of the Company’s Incremental Costs included in the reconciliation and set forth the
revenue collected under the EECR rider and the Company’s EE Programs costs for the
Program Year compared to Commission approved budgets.

The first such Annual Reconciliation Report is for the period beginning with the
June 2008 monthly billing period, and extending through the December 2008 monthly
billing period.

An Annual Internal Audit Report shall be provided to the Manager of Accounting


of the Commission by March 20th of each year beginning in 2009.

The Annual Internal Audit report will include the results of an internal audit that
includes, but is not limited to:

1. A test that costs recovered through EECR rates are associated with the
Commission approved programs and not recovered through other approved
tariffs.

2. A test of customer bills that EECR rates are being properly billed to
customers.

3. A test that EECR rates revenues are properly stated.

4. A test that any reimbursements of costs are being identified and recorded
properly to be reflected in the calculations of the rates and reconciliations.

Upon the Company filing the Annual Reconciliation Report, the Commission shall
initiate a proceeding to review the reconciliation of any amounts collected under the
EECR rider with the actual EE Programs costs and to determine any resulting
adjustment to the annual tariff rate. The Commission shall make a determination within
90 days after the date the proceeding is initiated.

(Continued on Sheet No. 17.50)


Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008
Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 17.50
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Rate Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS, and SMS

RIDER NO. 2 ENERGY EFFICIENCY COST RECOVERY ADJUSTMENT (EECR) (CONT.)

* FINAL RECONCILIATION:

Notwithstanding the cessation of the programs, the Company will file a final
reconciliation of the amounts collected as compared to the actual costs and continue
the resulting rates until any over- or under-recovery approaches zero. If the ending
balance results in a surcharge or refund of less than $0.00001 per kWh, any such over-
recovery shall be donated to an energy assistance program serving customers in the
Company’s service area and any such under-recovery shall be written off the
Company’s books. The Company will file a final report to the Commission after the final
disposition.

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
th
Schedule of Rates For 8 Revised Information Sheet
th
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 7 Revised Information Sheet
Supplemental to Sheet No. 17

The adjustment of electric energy or usage charges under the provisions of


Rider No. 2, Energy Efficiency Cost Recovery Adjustment, to be effective with bills
* rendered beginning April 2011, shall be as follows:

Residential1 Non-Residential2
*
$0.00154/kWh $0.00166/kWh

1
Rates 9, 10, 11, 51, and R
2
Rates 22, 42, 41, 53, 45, Rider No. 3,
SSE, SSD, STE, STD, P, and SS

Issued: March 18, 2011 Effective: April 4, 2011


Pursuant to Docket No. 08-0107/108 (Consol.)
Dated May 21, 2008 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 6th Revised Sheet No. 18
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 5th Revised Sheet No. 18

RIDER NO. 3 ELECTRIC SPACE HEATING

Available to any commercial customer for electric service used exclusively for
space heating under the following conditions:

1. The electric space heating facilities to be served hereunder shall be


permanently installed, thermostatically controlled, and contain not less
than two kilowatts total installed capacity.

2. The space heating facilities to be served hereunder shall be arranged to


permit measurement of only the electricity used for space heating through
a single meter. Consumption measured by such meter for the Company's
June, July, August, and September billing periods will be included along
with other uses at the applicable rate.

3. The customer shall have made application to the Company for service
hereunder and shall have furnished information relative to the estimated
kilowatt capacity of the space heating facilities to be used and the design
conditions upon which such kilowatt capacity was determined.

CHARGES:

* The net charge for electricity used exclusively for space heating hereunder shall
be 3.858 cents per kilowatthour, subject to the applicable nuclear decommissioning
factor and energy efficiency cost recovery adjustment.

There is no minimum charge associated with this rider.

A late payment charge of 1½% per month of the utility service past due amount
will be added to the amount of the bill where payment is not made within fifteen days
from the date of the bill.

GENERAL:

Electricity used by the customer for purposes other than space heating shall be
furnished at the charges provided for in the rates to which this rider is applicable.
Except as specified herein, all other provisions of the rates to which this rider is
applicable shall apply.

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 1
th
Schedule of Rates For 8 Revised Sheet No. 19
th
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 7 Revised Sheet No. 19

Applicable to Rate Nos. 22, 41, 42 and 53

RIDER NO. 4 INTERRUPTIBLE SERVICE

APPLICABLE:

Available only to customers taking service under this Rider No. 4 on May 31,
2008.

At the option of the customer under Rate Nos. 22, 42, 41 or 53 who
demonstrates a continuing ability and willingness to interrupt 250 kW or more during
Company-specified interruptible periods. This rider must apply to all electric service
required for the customer's premises at a single location, or for customers with
multiple premises where interrelated operations are involved. Usage measured by
more than one meter may not be combined for purposes of qualifying for service
under this rider. Not applicable to auxiliary and standby service except, under written
agreement, in conjunction with applicable riders for such service. Furthermore, this
rider is not applicable in conjunction with off-system purchases. The customer is
subject to the Terms and Conditions and Rules and Regulations included in this
electric tariff schedule.

CHARACTER:

Alternating current; 60 Hz; single or three phase nominal voltages offered by


the Company, as further described in the Company's Rules and Regulations.

NET MONTHLY RATE:

Charges for service hereunder will be at the prices specified in the price
schedules to which this rider applies, subject to the following additions and
modifications:

Interruptible Credit:

* Annual Credit per kW of contract Interruptible Load:

$39.62/kW (year-to-year contract)

Issued: February 3, 2010 Effective: March 20, 2010

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
th
Schedule of Rates For 4 Revised Sheet No. 19.10
rd
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 3 Revised Sheet No. 19.10

Applicable to Rate Nos. 22, 41, 42 and 53

RIDER NO. 4 INTERRUPTIBLE SERVICE (Cont.)

* The customer shall provide telephone or pager contact information to facilitate


seven-days-per-week, twenty-four-hours-per-day interruption notification. If a
customer's failure to interrupt its contract Interruptible Load when requested results in
a Company purchase of replacement energy or results in other charges levied by the
Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, herein referred to as “Midwest
ISO,” or any other entity with jurisdiction to levy fines or penalties relating to load and
capability compliance, the customer shall reimburse the Company for a proportionate
share of resulting charges. These charges will not exceed the customer's total annual
credit for contract Interruptible Load and any such charges, fines, or penalties in
excess of the customer’s total annual credit for contract Interruptible Load shall be
borne by the Company.

* In the event of a failure of the customer's standby generating equipment, or


other unanticipated non-recurring condition (excluding the customer's failure to reduce
production levels), the Company, at its sole discretion, may waive the customer's
proportionate share of replacement energy or other charges levied by Midwest ISO, or
any other entity with jurisdiction to levy fines or penalties related to compliance with
load capability requirements. The customer shall notify the Company immediately by
telephone, e-mail or facsimile after obtaining knowledge of a condition contemplated
by this paragraph.

* Any payment made to the Company for a customer's proportionate share of


replacement energy or other charges levied by Midwest ISO, or any other entity with
jurisdiction to levy fines or penalties related to compliance with load and capability
requirements, shall not be construed as giving the customer the right to interrupt less
than its contract Interruptible Load during any subsequent interruptible periods.

* Any requests to cancel participation in this Rider No. 4 Interruptible Service


must be received by the Company in writing no less than sixty (60) days before the
first of the month in which the cancellation is to be effective. Prior to the effective date
of the cancellation, if a customer fails to achieve its contract Interruptible Load during
an interruptible period, a proportionate share, if any, of any replacement energy,
charges levied by Midwest ISO, or any other entity with jurisdiction to levy fines or
penalties related to compliance with load and capability requirements shall be
assigned to the customer. These charges will not exceed the customer’s total annual
credit for Interruptible Load.

Issued: February 3, 2010 Effective: March 20, 2010

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
th
Schedule of Rates For 5 Revised Sheet No. 19.20
th
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 4 Revised Sheet No. 19.20

Applicable to Rate Nos. 22, 41, 42 and 53

RIDER NO. 4 INTERRUPTIBLE SERVICE (Cont.)

For purposes of verifying the customer's Interruptible Load, the customer's


Expected Demand and Firm Power Level will be reviewed by the Company
immediately following an interruptible event. If the customer failed to achieve its
contract Interruptible Load as required or achieve its Expected Demand, the Company
may revise the contract Interruptible Load and/or Expected Demand for the
subsequent contract terms. Customer may forfeit part or all of its interruptible credit if
it fails to reduce demand as agreed during interruptible period(s).

The Expected Demand may be adjusted by the Company no less than sixty
(60) days before the first month in which the adjustment is to be effective. The Firm
Power Level may be adjusted by mutual agreement of the Company and the
customer no less than sixty (60) days before the first month in which the adjustment is
to be effective. These adjustments may result in a revised contract Interruptible Load
to be provided by the customer during any subsequent curtailment periods.

Minimum Charge:

The minimum charge is as specified by the applicable price schedule, less the
interruptible credit.

STANDBY GENERATOR PROVISION:

Customers who have standby generation may operate that generation during
the specified interruptible periods as a means of attaining the customer's specified
contract Interruptible Load. Customer’s standby generation shall be tested annually
and customer shall submit generation test data as required for accreditation by
Midwest ISO.

INTERRUPTIBLE PERIODS:

* Interruptible periods include times that:


a) The Midwest ISO directs the Company to interrupt accredited
Interruptible Load;
b) The Company directs participants to interrupt in order to reduce the
Company’s system peak demand under high system load conditions,
c) The Company directs participants to interrupt for annual testing
purposes;
d) The Company determines that loads must be interrupted due to
transmission and/or distribution system operating conditions.
Issued: February 9, 2011 Effective: March 28, 2011

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
nd
Schedule of Rates For 2 Revised Sheet No. 19.30
st
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 1 Revised Sheet No. 19.30

Applicable to Rate Nos. 22, 41, 42 and 53

RIDER NO. 4 INTERRUPTIBLE SERVICE (Cont.)

* The Company may direct the customer to commence interruption by giving a


30-minute notice to the customer, provided the customer was alerted to the possibility
of interruption 12 or more hours prior to the beginning of the interruption period.
Otherwise, the customer shall interrupt with a minimum 2-hours advance notice. The
interruptible period shall continue until the Company has provided specific notice of its
termination, or a maximum of 6 hours, which ever is shorter. The maximum number
of interruptible periods during a calendar year will be 16.

If an interruption is to be ordered because of operating conditions, the


Company will endeavor to provide as much advance notice as practicable under the
circumstances, but may establish the interruptible period immediately upon notice. In
such a case, the interruption would continue until notified by the Company.

Request for restriction of the customer's load to facilitate maintenance or


replacement of equipment at or near the customer's premises shall not be deemed to
establish an interruptible period.

DEFINITIONS:

* Interruptible Service: Electric service which includes a credit for those customers who
agree, on notice from the Company, to reduce electric demand by a predetermined
level (Interruptible Load).

* Expected Demand: The load which would normally be placed on the Company’s
system by the customer at the time of an interruptible period. The Expected Demand
will be established between the Company and customer based on load profiles,
known load additions or deletions, and typical operations.

* Firm Power Level: The amount of customer load remaining on the Company’s system
during an interruptible period.

* Interruptible Load: Difference between the Expected Demand and the Firm Power
Level.

Issued: February 3, 2010 Effective: March 20, 2010

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 2nd Revised Sheet No. 20
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 1st Revised Sheet No. 20

RIDER NO. 5 LIMITED TERM CONTRACT SERVICE


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PURPOSE:
The purpose of this rider is to retain, attract, and expand electricity sales in a manner
which allows economic operation by the customer and provides a contribution to the
Company’s fixed costs.
AVAILABILITY:
This rider is available to any non-residential customer having, in the judgment of the
Company, economically feasible and practical competitive alternatives to the Company’s
electric service. This rider is also available to any non-residential customer for the purpose of
load retention or economic development.
CONTRACT TERMS:
The customer shall enter into a written contract with the Company specifying the nature
of the service to be supplied, the prices to be paid, and such other terms and conditions of
service as are mutually agreeable. The term of the contract shall not exceed 5 years except
where service to the customer requires the Company to expend more than $1 million in
transmission or distribution facilities. If such facilities are required, the term of the contract shall
not exceed 7 years.
All contracts for service under this rider shall terminate no later than May 15 of the year
in which the Company must commit to construct intermediate or base load capacity to serve
ultimate consumers and full requirements wholesale service. Not more than 3 contracts shall
be in effect under this rider at any one time.
Prior to signing the contract, the customer shall be informed of the possibility that retail
wheeling may be authorized during the term of the contract. The contract shall contain
language addressing the intent of the parties if retail wheeling should become available during
the term of the contract.
The contract shall contain language addressing the intent of the parties relative to new
riders or clauses that may be instituted during the term of the contract.
The contract shall become effective upon submission to the Commission unless
otherwise specified in the contract.
PRICE:
The customer shall receive and pay for electric service as provided in the contract. The
Company shall supply all electric service required by the customer to the premises specified in
the contract. Prices for the duration of the contract must be greater than the summation of
incremental customer costs, incremental transmission and distribution

Issued: July 23, 1997 Effective September 8, 1997


Issued by: B. E. Gale
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
nd
Schedule of Rates For 2 Revised Sheet No. 20.10
st
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 1 Revised Sheet No. 20.10

RIDER NO. 5 LIMITED TERM CONTRACT SERVICE (Cont.)


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facilities costs, incremental capacity costs and incremental energy costs of serving the
customer. The Company reserves the right to make this determination.

The customer expressly recognizes that the applicable prices, riders, terms and
conditions are subject to modification by any regulatory agency having jurisdiction and that
such modification shall not relieve the customer of its duty to comply with same. The customer
shall provide reasonable assistance in obtaining regulatory approval of the contract as
requested by the Company.

LIMITATIONS:

The prices negotiated hereunder are specifically limited to the service provided to the
specific premises identified and particular configuration utilized in the contract and are not
available for any of the customer’s other premises or other configurations.

SUBMISSION TO ILLINOIS COMMERCE COMMISSION:

All contracts under this rider shall be submitted to the Illinois Commerce Commission
for informational purposes. Not less than ten days before submitting such contract to the
Commission, the Company shall submit the contract to the Commission Staff for review, along
with the following documentation:

1. The prices in the proposed contract.


2. A description of the incremental costs of serving the customer.
3. Calculations of the amount by which anticipated contract revenues exceed the
incremental costs of serving the customer.
4. Documentation of the need for a negotiated contract.
5. Calculations of the amount by which contract rates will be discounted from
standard rates.

Unless otherwise agreed upon between the customer and the Company, the terms and
conditions of service provided under this rider shall be considered as confidential information,
as governed by Section 9-102.1 of the Public Utilities Act, and will not be disclosed to any third
party.

GENERAL:

All confidential information applicable to the rider and information and documents
obtained by the Company from the customer shall not be disclosed to any non-regulated
“affiliated interest” of the Company, as defined in Section 7-101 of the Public Utilities Act, and
no representative of any such affiliated interest shall be involved in determining the eligibility of
the applicant for the riders.

Issued: July 23, 1997 Effective September 8, 1997


Issued by: B. E. Gale
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 20.20
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 20.20

RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE.

Issued: April 11, 1997 Effective June 1, 1997


Issued by: B. E. Gale
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 20.30
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 20.30

RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE.

Issued: April 11, 1997 Effective June 1, 1997


Issued by: B. E. Gale
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 21
Electric Service in Illinois
Applicable to Rate Nos. 22, 42, 41 and 53

RIDER NO. 6 ALLOWANCE FOR CUSTOMER-OWNED TRANSFORMERS


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AVAILABILITY - COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL CUSTOMERS:

Available to any commercial and industrial customer with an electrical demand


of 300 KW or more purchasing electrical service on Rate No. 22 or Rate No. 42 and
taking electrical service at an untransformed line (primary) service voltage and who
furnishes, installs, and maintains transformers and associated equipment for the
transformation from the untransformed line voltage to a utilization secondary voltage.
Untransformed line voltage and secondary voltage are those voltages listed in Iowa-
Illinois Gas and Electric Company Electrical Rules and Regulations under
Characteristics of Electric Service.

This rider shall not be available to a customer where the Company is providing a
transformation from a Company untransformed line voltage to a customer distribution
system which may be one of the untransformed line voltages listed in the Company
Electrical Rules and Regulations, even though the customer further transforms the
voltage on a customer distribution system to a utilization secondary voltage.

This rider shall not be available in locations where 208Y/120 volt, three-phase,
four-wire, secondary network service is available.

AVAILABILITY - LARGE INDUSTRIAL CUSTOMERS:

Available to any industrial customer with an electrical demand of 300 KW or


more purchasing electrical service on Rate No. 41 or Rate No. 53 and taking electrical
service at a primary service voltage of 69,000 volts or 161,000 volts and who furnishes,
installs, and maintains transformers and associated equipment for the transformation
from that voltage to a utilization voltage or the customer system voltage.

BILLING:

For furnishing, installing, and maintaining transformers and associated


equipment necessary to use service as detailed in AVAILABILITY, preceding, the
customer shall receive, for billing purposes, the following credit against his billing
charge each month:

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 21.10
Electric Service in Illinois

RIDER NO. 6 ALLOWANCE FOR CUSTOMER-OWNED TRANSFORMERS (CONT.)


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For each kilowatt of the billing demand on Rate No. 42 or the measured demand
or a prior mutually accepted demand when the customer is billed on Rate No.
22:

twenty-nine cents (29¢) per kilowatt of demand.

twenty-five cents (25¢) for each kilowatt of the


billing demand on Rate No. 41 or Rate No. 53.

GENERAL:

Transformers and associated equipment which may be furnished and


maintained by the Company under the provisions of Rider No. 1, Excess Facilities,
shall be deemed under the application of this rider to be furnished, installed, and
maintained by the customer.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 22
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 22
Supplemental Schedule Applicable as Shown Below

RIDER NO. 7 STATE UTILITY TAX ADDITION


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ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR ELECTRIC SERVICE


ON ACCOUNT OF STATE UTILITY TAX:

| The Electricity Excise Tax Law of 1997 requires a public utility to charge its
| customers a tax imposed on the privilege of using electricity purchased for use or
| consumption and not for resale, other than by municipal corporations owning and
| operating a local transportation system for public service, in this State at the following
| rates per kilowatt-hour delivered to the purchaser:
|
| (1) For the first 2,000 kilowatt-hours used or consumed in a month: 0.330
| cents per kilowatt-hour;
| (2) For the next 48,000 kilowatt-hours used or consumed in a month: 0.319
| cents per kilowatt-hour;
| (3) For the next 50,000 kilowatt-hours used or consumed in a month: 0.303
| cents per kilowatt-hour;
| (4) For the next 400,000 kilowatt-hours used or consumed in a month: 0.297
| cents per kilowatt-hour;
| (5) For the next 500,000 kilowatt-hours used or consumed in a month: 0.286
| cents per kilowatt-hour;
| (6) For the next 2,000,000 kilowatt-hours used or consumed in a month:
| 0.270 cents per kilowatt-hour;
| (7) For the next 2,000,000 kilowatt-hours used or consumed in a month:
| 0.254 cents per kilowatt-hour;
| (8) For the first 5,000,000 kilowatt-hours used or consumed in a month: 0.233
| cents per kilowatt-hour;
| (9) For the next 10,000,000 kilowatt-hours used or consumed in a month:
| 0.207 cents per kilowatt-hour;
| (10) For all electricity in excess of 20,000,000 kilowatt-hours used or
| consumed in a month: 0.202 cents per kilowatt-hour.
|
| This tax constitutes an additional charge to customers for electric service. The
| amount of such additional charge will be separately designated on each customer’s bill.
|
| In lieu of the foregoing rates, non-residential electric customers have the option
| to register with the Department of Revenue of the State of Illinois to become a self-
| assessing purchaser of electricity. A self-assessing purchaser will pay a tax at the rate
| of 5.1% of the self-assessing purchaser’s purchase price for all electricity distributed,
| supplied, furnished, sold, transmitted and delivered to the self-assessing purchaser in a
| month. The tax will then be paid directly to the Department of Revenue of the State of
| Illinois.

Issued: July 17, 1998 Effective August 1, 1998


Pursuant to electricity Issued by: J. J. Howard
Excise Tax Law of 1997 Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 23
Electric Service in Illinois
Applicable to Rate Nos. 41 and 42

RIDER NO. 8 AUXILIARY AND STANDBY ELECTRIC SERVICE


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Available to any customer being served under Rate Nos. 41 and 42 for auxiliary or
standby electric service who has installed on his premises privately-owned equipment for
power production purposes and contracts with the Company to use such service.
Contracts will be made for this service provided the Company has sufficient capacity
available in production, transmission, and distribution facilities to provide such service at
the location where the service is requested.

Operation of customer-owned power production equipment in parallel with


Company's system will not be permitted unless such operation is authorized in the contract
entered into between the Company and the customer covering service hereunder.

Electric service and billing for such service shall be according to provisions
contained in the applicable rate schedule, subject to the following Billing Demand and
Minimum Charge modifications.

BILLING DEMAND:

The customer shall contract for a specific kilowatt demand sufficient to meet the
customers's minimum requirements, but not less than the minimum demand specified in
the applicable rate schedule, which kilowatt demand shall be the minimum billing demand
for purposes of determining the monthly charges under the applicable rate schedule. In the
event the contract demand is exceeded in any month by a higher billing demand
(determined as provided in the applicable rate schedule), such higher demand shall be
considered as the new billing demand for the month. The billing demand thereafter shall be
according to the provisions in the applicable rate schedule, but shall not be less than the
contract demand.

MINIMUM CHARGE:

The minimum charge for any month's service shall be the demand charge for the
applicable billing demand plus an amount equal to the energy charge for 200 kilowatt-
hours per kilowatt of such billing demand.

The amount by which the net bill payable in any month under the applicable rate
schedule, using the applicable billing demand and the actual energy consumed, is less
than the minimum charge provided for herein and paid for in such month is hereinafter
called the deficiencies paid by the customer during the contract year shall be credited by
the Company against payments made hereunder in excess of the minimum charges during
such contract year. These credits shall not exceed the total of the deficiencies paid by the
customer during the contract year.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 4th Revised Sheet No. 24
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 3rd Revised Sheet No. 24

RIDER NO. 9 MUNICIPAL TAX ADDITIONS

MUNICIPAL TAX

Pursuant to the provisions of The Public Utilities Act, as amended, the Company will make an additional
| charge to its customers receiving service in municipalities that have enacted an ordinance imposing a tax
| on the privilege of using or consuming electricity acquired in a purchase at retail and used or consumed
| within the corporate limits of the municipality based on a per kilowatt-hour basis as described in Section
| 8-11-2 subparagraph 3 of the Illinois Municipal Code. The Company will add the per kilowatt-hour tax
additions in accordance with the ordinance.

Said additional charge will be separately shown on each such customer’s bill and designated “Municipal
Charge” or by a similar legend.

| The municipalities that have enacted a per kilowatt-hour municipal tax addition are indicated in the table
| shown on Sheet No. 24.10. The tax additions shown on Sheet No. 24.10 include an allowance of three
percent of the tax to cover the administration expenses associated with accounting and collection in
accordance with Section 8-11-2 subsection (c) of the Illinois Municipal Code.

The effective date for such additions will coincide with the date upon which such billings become subject
to the tax so levied.

To the extent a municipality has exempted a business enterprise within an enterprise zone pursuant to
Section 8-11-2(e) of the Illinois Municipal Code, the Company shall collect the municipal tax in
accordance with such ordinance. In addition, in accordance with Section 8-11-2(c) of the Illinois
Municipal Code, the Company shall collect an amount equal to three percent of the tax to cover the
administration expenses associated with accounting and collection.

Issued: January 24, 2001 Effective March 14, 2001


Issued by: James J. Howard
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
th
Schedule of Rates For 8 Revised Sheet No. 24.10
th
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 7 Revised Sheet No. 24.10

Municipal Tax Additions

(continued from Sheet No. 24)

Per Kilowatt-hour
(Cents per Kilowatt-hour by Usage Block)
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Municipalities A B C D E F G H I J Effective

East Moline .4032 .2643 .2379 .2313 .2247 .2116 .2083 .2050 .2016 .1983 11/13/98
Hampton .4769 .3127 .2813 .2737 .2658 .2502 .2463 .2424 .2384 .2345 8/10/99
Rapids City .4560 .2988 .2691 .2616 .2542 .2392 .2355 .2318 .2280 .2242 2/16/99
Silvis .4561 .2991 .2691 .2617 .2542 .2393 .2356 .2318 .2280 .2243 8/1/99
Colona .4649 .3051 .2744 .2668 .2591 .2439 .2401 .2363 .2325 .2287 8/1/99
Coal Valley .4569 .2995 .2696 .2621 .2546 .2397 .2360 .2322 .2285 .2247 11/13/98
Andalusia .4616 .3026 .2724 .2649 .2573 .2422 .2383 .2346 .2308 .2270 8/1/99
Carbon Cliff .4621 .3028 .2727 .2651 .2576 .2425 .2387 .2348 .2310 .2273 8/1/99
Cordova .4672 .3064 .2758 .2681 .2605 .2451 .2413 .2375 .2337 .2298 8/1/99
Andover .4445 .2914 .2623 .2550 .2478 .2332 .2296 .2259 .2223 .2187 11/13/98
Port Byron .4592 .3008 .2710 .2635 .2560 .2409 .2371 .2333 .2296 .2258 8/1/99
Rock Island .4675 .3066 .2759 .2682 .2606 .2452 .2414 .2376 .2338 .2299 11/13/98
Hillsdale .1257 .0824 .0742 .0721 .0700 .0659 .0649 .0639 .0628 .0618 5/20/10
Orion .4575 .3000 .2701 .2624 .2550 .2400 .2363 .2326 .2288 .2251 12/1/03
* Moline .3770 .2472 .2225 .2163 .2101 .1978 .1947 .1916 .1885 .1854 1/1/11

Usage Block Definitions:

A first 2,000 kWh used or consumed in a month


B next 48,000 kWh used or consumed in a month
C next 50,000 kWh used or consumed in a month
D next 400,000 kWh used or consumed in a month
E next 500,000 kWh used or consumed in a month
F next 2,000,000 kWh used or consumed in a month
G next 2,000,000 kWh used or consumed in a month
H next 5,000,000 kWh used or consumed in a month
I next 10,000,000 kWh used or consumed in a month
J all over 20,000,000 kWh used or consumed in a month

Issued: November 9, 2010 Effective January 1, 2011


Pursuant to Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Municipal Ordinance Vice President
Asterisk (*) indicates change.
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 24.50
Electric Service in Illinois

RIDER NO. 10 ENERGY ASSISTANCE CHARGE


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The charge imposed by Section 13 of the Energy Assistance Act of 1989, as


amended, on electric service will be as follows:

$0.40 per month on each account for residential electric service.

Applicable to rates 9, 10, 11, 51

$4.00 per month on each account for non-residential electric service taking less than 10
megawatts of peak demand (i.e. maximum demand) during the previous calendar year.

Applicable to rates 22, 42, 41, 53, 43, 46, 45, riders 5 and 11, and special contracts
(peak demand less than 10 megawatts)

$300 per month on each account for non-residential electric service taking 10 megawatts or
greater of peak demand during the previous calendar year.

Applicable to rate 53, riders 5 and 11, and special contracts (peak demand 10
megawatts or greater)

Residential electric service means electric utility service for household purposes delivered
to a dwelling of 2 or fewer units which is billed under a residential rate, or electric utility
service for household purposes delivered to a dwelling unit or units which is billed under a
residential rate and is registered by a separate meter for each dwelling unit. Non-
residential electric service means electric utility service which is not residential electric
service.

The charges set forth above will be included in the Basic Service Charge for billing
purposes. These charges shall begin to be included in customers’bills on January 1, 1998.

This constitutes an additional charge to customers for electric service.

Issued: December 17, 1997 Effective January 1, 1998


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: J. J. Howard
Order in Docket No. R-18939 Vice President
Dated December 3, 1997
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 25
Electric Service in Illinois
Applicable to Rate Nos. 42, 41 and 53

RIDER NO. 11 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


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AVAILABILITY:

Upon acceptable written application from the customer, available to any new or existing
customer eligible for Rates 42, 41 and 53 whose application provides adequate documentation
of at least 100 kW of additional electric load to be added to the Company's system. For existing
customers, the additional load must result in kW billing demands (a) at least 10% and 100 kW
greater than the customer's base period demand, or (b) 500 kW above the customer's base
period demand. The increment of added load shall be verified by the Company.

Economic development billing adjustments are only available to customers who can
demonstrate they have been offered and have accepted an independent and bonafide
economic development incentive from a federal, state, or local agency.

The Company may reject applications for service under this rider, when, in the judgment
of the Company, the increment of load would result in an unacceptable Company reserve
margin.

The Company reserves the right to reject those applications where, in the Company's
opinion, the rate reductions offered hereunder will not significantly influence the customer's
decision to create or add load.

TERM OF AGREEMENT:

The term of the provisions of this rider shall be negotiated with the customer; however,
no individual customer term shall be longer than sixty months and no billing adjustments shall
extend beyond the December 1999 billing period.

BILLING ADJUSTMENTS:

The pre-tax revenues applicable to the increment of added load available under this
rider shall be reduced on a schedule to be negotiated with the customer. Incremental revenues
shall in all instances exceed the marginal costs of supplying service. All billing adjustments shall
be designed to return the customer to the Company's then existing, non-discounted rates at the
conclusion of the economic development agreement.

(Continued on Sheet No. 25.10)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 25.10
Electric Service in Illinois

RIDER NO. 11 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (CONT.)


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ENERGY EFFICIENCY INCENTIVE:

An additional billing adjustment may be provided for no more than 12 consecutive


monthly billing periods during the first 24 billing months of economic development adjustments
if the customer commits to invest in energy efficient equipment and/or facilities. The energy
efficient equipment and/or facilities must be associated with the increment of added electric
load. The energy efficiency incentive, terms and conditions, validation and timing shall be
negotiated with the customer. The combination of all economic development billing
adjustments shall in all instances exceed the marginal costs of supplying service.

BASE PERIOD DEMAND AND ENERGY:

Base period demand and base period energy for a new customer shall be zero.

Base period demand for an existing customer shall be the maximum demand billed in
the prior twelve monthly billing periods immediately preceding the application date. Base
period energy for an existing customer shall be the maximum monthly kilowatthours billed in
the prior twelve monthly billing periods immediately preceding the application date.

The Company reserves the right to adjust base quantities determined to have been
affected by nonrecurring circumstances.

WRITTEN AGREEMENT:

The customer shall enter into a written agreement with the Company which
incorporates the provisions of this rider and sets forth (1) the estimated increment of electric
demand and energy load to be added, (2) the term of agreement, (3) the applicable billing
adjustments and schedule, (4) the base period demand, (5) the base period energy, and (6)
the energy efficiency incentive and its terms and conditions. The agreement shall also include,
for information purposes, the capital investment, if any; changes in employment, if any,
associated with the added load; and the amounts and sources of other economic development
incentives being received related to the additional load.

(Continued on Sheet No. 25.20)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 25.20
Electric Service in Illinois

RIDER NO. 11 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (CONT.)


______________________________________________________________________

In addition to any other terms which might be negotiated, the agreement shall
provide for termination if, within any twelve-month period following the effective date of
the written agreement, less than six billing periods qualify for the rate reduction.

GENERAL:

Except as provided herein, all other provisions of the rates to which this rider is
applicable shall apply.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 12th Revised Sheet No. 26
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 11th Revised Sheet No. 26

RIDER NO. 12 NUCLEAR DECOMMISSIONING FACTOR


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The purpose of the Nuclear Decommissioning Factor (NDF) is to define the kilowatthour
(kWh) charge attributable to nuclear decommissioning expense. The NDF is applicable to each
and every kilowatt-hour of electricity delivered or sold at retail in the Company's service area,
including, but not limited to, sales by the Company to tariffed services retail customers, sales by the
Company pursuant to special contracts or other negotiated arrangements to retail customers
located in the Company's service area, sales to retail customers located in the Company's service
area by alternative retail electric suppliers and by an electric utility other than the Company;
provided, however, that for a user located in the Company's service area that obtained electric
power and energy from its own cogeneration or self-generation facilities on or before January 1,
1997, and subsequently takes services from an alternative retail electric supplier or an electric utility
other than the Company, this factor shall not be applicable in any year to that portion of the user's
electric power and energy requirements formerly obtained from those cogeneration or self-
generation facilities; provided that for the purposes of this factor, such portion shall not exceed the
average number of kilowatt-hours per year obtained from the cogeneration or self-generation
facilities during the 3 years prior to the date on which the user became eligible for delivery services
(per Section 16-114 of the Electric Service Customer Choice and Rate Relief Law of 1997).
The NDF shall be calculated in accordance with the following formula:

NDF = (ND + RB)


x 100
S
where:
NDF = Nuclear decommissioning factor in cents per kWh.
ND = Estimated calendar year nuclear decommissioning expense.
RB = Reconciliation period over/under recovery balance at September 30.
S = Estimated Illinois calendar year kWh sales.
The NDF shall be updated: 1) at three year intervals with a November 1 filing to be effective
January 1 of the following year, or 2) as otherwise provided by Commission Order. These updates
shall reflect changing decommissioning expense, jurisdictional allocations, kWh sales estimates,
and prior decommissioning over/under recoveries. The first such filing shall be made not later than
November 1, 2004.
Recoveries of nuclear decommissioning expense, adjusted for prior period’s over/under
recoveries, shall be reconciled with recorded expense. The reconciliation period shall be the period
from the end date of the prior reconciliation period to September 30 of the current year. The
reconciliation balance shall be added to or subtracted from the succeeding period’s estimated
decommissioning expense.

* On January 1, 2009, the factor shall be .00 cents per kWh.


*

Issued: October 29, 2008 Effective: January 1, 2009

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura,


* Indicates Change Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 27
Electric Service in Illinois

Supplemental Schedule Applicable as Shown Below

RIDER NO. 13 MUNICIPAL COMPENSATION ADJUSTMENT


_____________________________________________________________________________________

Where the Company pays to a municipality, pursuant to a franchise or other ordinance,


resolution or other government action, a percentage if its revenues or any other charges or fees,
charges for service under the rates provided in this Schedule shall be increased by a percentage
which shall enable the Company to recover from customers in such municipality the amount paid
to the municipality by the Company.

Each municipality currently receiving compensation as described above and the


percentage to be added to all applicable billings therein are as follows:

Percentages
Municipality Added to Billings

None

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Order Issued by B. E. Gale,
in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
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Schedule of Rates For 5 Revised Sheet No. 28
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Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 4 Revised Sheet No. 28

Applicable to Rate Nos. 22, 42, 41, and 53

RIDER NO. 14 CURTAILMENT SERVICE

APPLICABLE:

At the option of the customer under Rate Nos. 22, 42, 41 or 53 who
demonstrates a continuing ability and willingness to curtail 250 kW or more during
Company-specified curtailment periods. This rider must apply to all electric service
required for the customer's premises at a single location, or for customers with multiple
premises where interrelated operations are involved. Usage measured by more than
one meter may not be combined for purposes of qualifying for service under this rider.
Not applicable to auxiliary and standby service except, under written agreement, in
conjunction with applicable riders for such service. Furthermore, this rider is not
applicable in conjunction with off-system purchases. The customer is subject to the
Terms and Conditions and Rules and Regulations included in this electric tariff
schedule.

CHARACTER:

Alternating current; 60 Hz; single or three phase nominal voltages offered by the
Company, as further described in the Company’s Electric Service Policies.

NET MONTHLY RATE:

Charges for Service hereunder will be at the prices specified in the price
schedules to which this rider applies, subject to the following additions and
modifications:

Curtailment Credit:

* Annual Credit per kW of contract Curtailable Load to be offered:

$39.62/kW (year-to-year contract)

Issued: February 3, 2010 Effective: March 20, 2010

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
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Schedule of Rates For 5 Revised Sheet No. 28.10
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Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 4 Revised Sheet No. 28.10

Applicable to Rate Nos. 22, 42, 41, and 53

RIDER NO. 14 CURTAILMENT SERVICE (Cont.)

* The customer shall provide telephone or pager contact information to facilitate


seven-days-per-week, twenty-four-hours-per-day curtailment notification. If a
customer’s failure to curtail its contract Curtailable Load when requested results in a
Company purchase of replacement energy or results in other charges levied by the
Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, herein referred to as “Midwest
ISO,” or any other entity with jurisdiction to levy fines or penalties relating to load and
capability compliance, the customer shall reimburse the Company for a proportionate
share of resulting charges. These charges will not exceed the customer’s total annual
credit for contract Curtailable Load and any such charges, fines, or penalties in excess
of the customer’s total annual credit for contract Curtailable Load shall be borne by the
Company.

* In the event of a failure of the customer’s standby generating equipment, or other


unanticipated non-recurring condition (excluding the customer’s failure to reduce
production levels), the Company, at its sole discretion, may waive the customer’s
proportionate share of replacement energy or other charges levied by Midwest ISO, or
any other entity with jurisdiction to levy fines or penalties related to compliance with load
and capability requirements. The customer shall notify the Company immediately by
telephone, e-mail, or facsimile after obtaining knowledge of a condition contemplated by
this paragraph.

* Any payment made to the Company for a customer’s proportionate share of


replacement energy or other charges levied by Midwest ISO, or any other entity with
jurisdiction to levy fines or penalties related to compliance with load and capability
requirements, shall not be construed as giving the customer the right to curtail less than
its contract Curtailable Load during any subsequent curtailment periods.

* Any requests to cancel participation in this Rider No. 14 Curtailment Service


must be received by the Company in writing no less than sixty (60) days before the first
of the month in which the cancellation is to be effective. Prior to the effective date of the
cancellation, if a customer fails to achieve its contract Curtailable Load during a
curtailment period, a proportionate share, if any, of any replacement energy, charges
levied by Midwest ISO, or any other entity with jurisdiction to levy fines or penalties
related to compliance with load and capability requirements shall be assigned to the
customer. These charges will not exceed the customer’s total annual credit for
Curtailable Load.

Issued: February 3, 2010 Effective: March 20, 2010

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
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Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 4 Revised Sheet No. 28.20

Applicable to Rate Nos. 22, 42, 41, and 53

RIDER NO. 14 CURTAILMENT SERVICE (Cont.)

* For purposes of verifying the customer’s Curtailable Load, the customer’s


Expected Demand and Firm Power Level will be reviewed by the Company immediately
following a curtailment event. If the customer failed to achieve its contract Curtailable
Load as required, or achieve its Expected Demand, the Company may revise the
contract Curtailable Load, and/or Expected Demand when appropriate for the
subsequent contract terms. Customer may forfeit part or all of its curtailment credit if it
fails to reduce demand as agreed during curtailment.

* The Expected Demand may be adjusted by the Company no less than sixty (60)
days before the first month in which the adjustment is to be effective. The Firm Power
Level may be adjusted by mutual agreement of the Company and the customer no less
than sixty (60) days before the first month in which the adjustment is to be effective.
These adjustments may result in a revised contract Curtailable Load to be provided by
the customer during any subsequent curtailment periods.

MINIMUM CHARGE:

The minimum charge is as specified by the applicable price schedule, less the
curtailment credit.

METERING:

Participating customers are required to provide a communication line (telephone


or Internet TCP/IP) or other interfaces agreed to by Company for automated
transmission of interval data for compliance monitoring. Access shall be provided by
customer to Company for maintaining and operating such equipment.

STANDBY GENERATOR PROVISION:

* Customers who have standby generation may operate that generation during the
specified curtailment periods as a means of attaining the customer’s specified contract
Curtailable Load. Customer’s standby generation shall be tested annually and customer
shall submit generation test data as required for accreditation by Midwest ISO.

Issued: February 3, 2010 Effective: March 20, 2010

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
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Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 7 Revised Sheet No. 28.30

Applicable to Rate Nos. 22, 42, 41, and 53

RIDER NO. 14 CURTAILMENT SERVICE (Cont.)

CURTAILMENT PERIODS:

* Curtailment periods include times that:


a) The Midwest ISO directs the Company to curtail accredited Curtailable
Load;
b) The Company directs participants to curtail in order to reduce the
Company’s system peak demand under high system load conditions,
c) The Company directs participants to curtail for annual testing purposes;
d) The Company determines that loads must be curtailed due to
transmission and/or distribution system operating conditions.

The Company may direct the customer to commence curtailment period by


giving a 30-minute notice to the customer, provided the customer was alerted to the
possibility of curtailment 12 or more hours prior to the beginning of the curtailment
period. Otherwise, the customer shall curtail with a minimum 2-hours advance notice.
The curtailment period shall continue until the Company has provided specific notice of
its termination, or a maximum of 6 hours, whichever is shorter. The maximum number
of curtailment periods during a calendar year will be 16.

If a curtailment is to be ordered because of operating conditions, the Company


will endeavor to provide as much advance notice as practicable under the
circumstances, but may establish the curtailment period immediately upon notice. In
such a case, the curtailment would continue until notified by the Company.

Request for restriction of the customer’s load to facilitate maintenance or


replacement of equipment at or near the customer’s premises shall not be deemed to
establish a curtailment period.

PARTICIPATION:

The Company reserves the right to limit participation to a state-wide total of


30,000 kW of Curtailable Load.

Issued: February 9, 2011 Effective: March 28, 2011

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
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Schedule of Rates For 4 Revised Sheet No. 28.40
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Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 3 Revised Sheet No. 28.40

Applicable to Rate Nos. 22, 42, 41, and 53

RIDER NO. 14 CURTAILMENT SERVICE (Cont.)

DEFINITIONS:

* Curtailment Service: Electric service which includes a credit for those customers who
agree, on notice from the Company, to reduce electric demand by a predetermined
amount (Curtailable Load).

* Expected Demand: The load which would normally be placed on the Company’s
system by the customer at the time of a curtailment period. The Expected Demand will
be established between the Company and customer based on load profiles, known load
additions or deletions, and typical operations.

* Firm Power Level: The amount of customer load remaining on the Company’s system
during a curtailment period.

* Curtailable Load: Difference between the Expected Demand and the Firm Power
Level.

Issued: February 3, 2010 Effective: March 20, 2010

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 29
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 29

| RIDER NO. 15 OPTIONAL COMMERCIAL TIME-OF-DAY SERVICE


____________________________________________________________________________________

Available to any customer being served under Rate Nos. 22 and 42. This rider is not
applicable to usage taken under the space-heating rider.

NET MONTHLY RATE PER METER:

The applicable charges under Rate Nos. 22 and 42, plus the following additional charges.

Meter Charge: $4.00 per month

Energy Charge:

The energy charge shall be increased by 0.79¢ per kilowatthour for all kilowatthours used
during on-peak hours and shall be reduced by 0.66¢ per kilowatthour for all kilowatthours
used during off-peak hours.

On Peak Hours - Daytime periods between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00


p.m. Monday through Friday during the month
excluding the United States legal holidays of
New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day,
Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Off Peak Hours - All hours not included in the definition of On Peak Hours.

MAXIMUM DEMAND:

The maximum demand for customers served under Rate No. 42 shall be the maximum
kilowatt demand measured during on-peak hours.

TERM OF METER USE:

The term of meter use where polyphase meters are used shall be a minimum of thirty-six
months. If the customer elects to discontinue service under this rider prior to the expiration of
the minimum period, a charge of $200 will be made.

GENERAL:

Except as provided herein, all other provisions of the rates to which this rider is applicable
shall apply.

Issued: April 8, 1997 Effective June 1, 1997


I Indicates Change Issued by B. E. Gale,
Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 29.50
Electric Service in Illinois

RIDER NO. 16 RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES AND COAL


TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE CHARGE
____________________________________________________________________________________

The charge imposed by Section 6-5 of the Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency,
and Coal Resources Development Law of 1997 on electric service will be as follows:

$0.05 per month on each account for residential electric service.

Applicable to rates 9, 10, 11, 51

$0.50 per month on each account for non-residential electric service taking less than 10
megawatts of peak demand (i.e. maximum demand) during the previous calendar year.

Applicable to rates 22, 42, 41, 53, 43, 46, 45, riders 5 and 11, and special
contracts (peak demand less than 10 megawatts)

$37.50 per month on each account for non-residential electric service taking 10
megawatts or greater of peak demand during the previous calendar year.

Applicable to rate 53, riders 5 and 11, and special contracts (peak demand 10
megawatts or greater)

Residential electric service means electric utility service for household purposes
delivered to a dwelling of 2 or fewer units which is billed under a residential rate, or
electric utility service for household purposes delivered to a dwelling unit or units which
is billed under a residential rate and is registered by a separate meter for each dwelling
unit. Non-residential electric service means electric utility service which is not residential
electric service.

The charges set forth above will be included in the Basic Service Charge for
billing purposes. These charges shall begin to be included in customers’ bills on
January 1, 1998.

This constitutes an additional charge to customers for electric service.

Issued: December 17, 1997 Effective January 1, 1998


Pursuant to Commission Order Issued by B. E. Gale,
in Docket No. R-18939 Vice President
Dated December 3, 1997
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates for 1st Revised Sheet No. 29.70
Electric Service in Illinois

Description of Service
Class of
Service Rider No. 17
Non-Residential Real Time Pricing (RTP)

Available
Available to any Illinois non-residential customer bring served under Rate
Nos. 22, 41, 42, 45, 51, and 53.

Customers must contract for service under this rider through an electric
service agreement with the Company.

Contract periods will normally be for one year and will be for recurring
periods, with termination on thirty or more days prior written notice given by
either party to the other.

Pricing
Structure The following net monthly rate pricing elements under the customer’s
normal tariff rate will not apply to service under this price schedule:

• Basic Service
• Energy Charge
• Billing Demand Charge

The customer’s bill under RTP will consist of the following elements:

• RTP Basic Service charges


• Access charges
• Capacity charges
• Hourly energy prices
• Existing miscellaneous charges under the customer’s normal tariff rate.

Issued September 30, 1998 Effective October 1, 1998


Issued by Jim Howard
Vice President-Regulatory Affairs
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 1
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Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 12 Revised Sheet No. 29.71

Pricing
Access
and The following monthly access and capacity charge schedule will be offered to
Capacity customers under this price schedule:
Charges
RTP Basic Access Capacity
Rate Class Service Charge Charge
* 22 $8.85 $0.0379 / kWh $0.0095 / kWh
* 42 $8.85 $8.32 / kW $2.77 / kW
* 41 $203.00 $5.11 / kW $3.29 / kW
* 53 $477.00 $2.34 / kW $2.54 / kW
* 45 $4.40 $0.0330 / kWh $0.0097 / kWh
* 51 -- $0.0052 / kWh --

where:

 RTP Basic Service charges are paid on a per month basis

 Access charges paid on a per kWh basis will apply to all energy used for all
months of the year

 Access charges paid on a per kW basis will apply to the customer’s total
billing demand for each month of the year
 Billing demand for each month is defined as that under the tariff rate
for that customer’s rate class.

 Capacity charges paid on a per kWh basis will apply to all energy used
during the months of June through September.

 Capacity charges paid on a per kW basis will apply to the customer’s total
billing demand for the months of June through September
 Billing demand for each month is defined as that under the existing
tariff rate for that customer’s rate class.

Issued: September 22, 2010 Effective: November 15, 2010

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates for 2nd Revised Sheet No. 29.72
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 1st Revised Sheet No. 29.72

Pricing (cont.)

Energy Hourly energy prices quoted to the customer will be market based prices as
Prices determined by the competitive bidding process described under the
Determination of Energy Price section of this price schedule.
Quoted prices will be based on the following information:

• Expected hourly loads of customers taking service under RTP


• Daily bid prices for hourly loads under RTP
| • Actual hourly prices for wholesale energy (where applicable)

Determination
| of Energy • Company will forecast the hourly loads for all customers under RTP and,
| Price if the amount of forecasted load is sufficient to attract bids in the
| competitive market will solicit competitive bids for wholesale energy to
serve this load from any utility, energy marketer, or other party with which
Company has a FERC approved enabling agreement and is in good
credit standing with the Company.
• Company will also be required to bid.
• Each bid will be evaluated by calculating the total billed energy amount
for the entire day, with hourly energy prices under RTP being the hourly
prices from the lowest total bid for that day.
• Bids will be for non-firm energy, and will cover all costs to deliver the
energy to the Company’s generation system at a point specified on a
daily basis.
• Hourly energy prices will include the following cost components:
• Open market energy costs
• Transmission costs
• Ancillary service costs
• Scheduling and balancing fees
• Fixed costs
| • In the event that the amount of load in RTP is not sufficient to attract bids
| in the competitive market, hourly energy prices will be based on the
| lowest recorded sale prices for wholesale market-based energy for each
| hour of the day on which bid prices would normally be provided.
|

Issued January 8, 1999 Effective February 26, 1999


Issued by Jim Howard
Vice President-Regulatory Affairs
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates for 4th Revised Sheet No. 29.73
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 3rd Revised Sheet No. 29.73

Pricing (cont.)

Energy Price • By October 1, 1998 and at the beginning of each subsequent 12 month
Estimates period for which RTP is offered, Company will submit an estimate of the
average energy price to be offered under RTP for the period of October
1 of that year through September 30 of the following year. Prices will
be stated on the following basis:

• Average price for the entire year


• Average price for summer on-peak
• Average price for summer off-peak
• Average price for winter on-peak
• Average price for winter off-peak

where on peak and off peak period for summer and winter are defined
in Illinois Rate No. 57.

Miscellaneous All sales to the customer under this price schedule will be subject to all
Charges miscellaneous charges and fees as they apply to the customer’s normal
bundled tariff rate, including the following;

• Ownership of Transformer Credit


• Tax Adjustments
• Nuclear Decommissioning Riders
* • Energy Efficiency Cost Recovery Adjustment
• Reactive Demand Charges
• Recovery of Environmental Costs
• Energy Assistance Charge
• Renewable Energy Resources and Coal Technology Development
Assistance Charges
• Late Payment Fees
• Additional charges approved by the ICC that apply to this price
schedule after the inception of RTP

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates for 2nd Revised Sheet No. 29.74
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 1st Revised Sheet No. 29.74

Terms and Conditions


Metering
Provision of RTP service will require the Customer to have hourly interval
metering. If such metering is not already in place, the customer will be
charged for the incremental cost of the metering. Details of these charges
will be contained in the contract for service.

Price
Communica- Hourly energy prices will be communicated to customers prior to 4:00 p.m.
tion each day for RTP energy prices effective from midnight to midnight for the
following day.

| Energy prices will be provided to customers via facsimile, electronic mail, or


| the Internet.

The Company is not responsible for a customer’s failure or inability to


access the hourly energy prices for any reason except in cases where
prices were not posted by the specified time. In those cases the prices will
be the lesser of:

• the most recently quoted hourly prices; or

• Average estimated prices specified in the energy price estimation


section of this price schedule.

No
Guarantee of No responsibility is assumed by the Company for ensuring that customer’s
Price total bill will be less than or equal to the amount the Company would have
Reductions charged if all service were provided by the Company under regular tariff
rates.

Issued January 8, 1999 Effective February 26, 1999


Issued by Jim Howard
Vice President-Regulatory Affairs
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates for 1st Revised Sheet No. 29.75
Electric Service in Illinois

Terms and Conditions (cont.)

Terms and In addition to the terms and conditions included in this price schedule,
Conditions service hereunder shall be subject to the Company’s Electric Service
Policies applicable to electric service.

In the event of a conflict between the Electric Service Policies


applicable to electric service and the special terms and conditions
contained in this price schedule, the special terms and conditions of
this price schedule shall control with respect to service under this price
schedule, and the Electric Service Policies shall control with respect to
service under any other applicable price schedules.

Issued September 30, 1998 Effective October 1, 1998


Issued by Jim Howard
Vice President-Regulatory Affairs
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 30
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 30

RATE NO. 57 COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER PRODUCTION FACILITIES


_____________________________________________________________________

Available to cogeneration or small power production facilities which have met


the requirements for qualifying status under 18CFR Part 292, Subpart B (hereinafter
| referred to as "Qualifying Facility"). This tariff is pursuant to 83 Ill. Admin. Code 430.

EQUIPMENT FURNISHED AND MAINTAINED BY QUALIFYING FACILITY:

The Qualifying Facility shall provide, install, and maintain wiring, apparatus, and
devices for interconnection, protection, and control, designated by the Company as
being required for parallel operation, to protect equipment and people, and to permit
the Company facilities to operate in a customary manner. The Qualifying Facility shall
be fully responsible for the costs and performance of designing, installing, owning,
operating, and maintaining its generation facility in accordance with the requirements
of all applicable laws and governmental agencies having jurisdiction. All wiring and
other electrical equipment on the Qualifying Facility's premises or connecting the
Qualifying Facility to the Company, furnished by the Qualifying Facility, shall be
suitable for the purposes hereof and shall be installed and maintained by the Qualifying
Facility at all times in conformity with the requirements of the Illinois Commerce
Commission rules, the National Electric Code, the National Electric Safety Code, the
properly constituted local authorities, and such reasonable rules and regulations as
may from time to time be promulgated by the Company.

The Qualifying Facility shall submit to the Company equipment specifications


and detailed plans for review and advance written approval prior to the actual
installation of its interconnection facilities, control and protective devices, and metering
facilities.

The Qualifying Facility shall not operate its generator in parallel with the
Company's system until the installation has been inspected by an authorized Company
representative and final written approval is received from the Company to commence
parallel operation.

(Continued on Sheet No. 30.10)


Issued: August 27, 2001 Effective October 15, 2001
Issued by: James J. Howard
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 30.10
Electric Service in Illinois

RATE NO. 57 COGENERATION & SMALL POWER PRODUCTION FACILITIES (CONT.)


______________________________________________________________________

The Company's approvals described herein shall not be construed as any


warranty of safety, durability, or reliability of the Qualifying Facility's generation, service
facilities, or control or protective devices.

PERMITS AND INSPECTION FEES:

The Qualifying Facility shall secure without cost to the Company all necessary
permits for the installation and operation of the electrical wiring and equipment on the
Qualifying Facility's premises and to the point of interconnection. If the Qualifying
Facility is not the owner of the premises, or of intervening property between the
premises and the Company's lines, the Qualifying Facility shall obtain from the proper
owner, or owners, the necessary easement for the installation and maintenance on said
premises or such intervening property of all wiring and other electrical equipment
required for sale of electricity to the Company.

ACCESS TO PREMISES:

The properly authorized agents of the Company shall have free access to the
Qualifying Facility's premises for the purpose of reading, examining, repairing, and/or
removing the Company's meters or other facilities, including access to the
interconnection switch between the Company and the Qualifying Facility.

QUALITY OF SERVICE:

The Qualifying Facility shall provide a quality of voltage and current waveforms at
the point of interface with the Company's facilities that will not degrade the performance
of the equipment of other customers, cause abnormal heating or losses in the
Company's facilities, cause metering errors, or cause objectionable interference in
communication facilities.

In order to be eligible for connection to the Company's electric system, the


Qualifying Facility must provide the Company with evidence for review and approval
prior to connection that the generated voltage and current waveform shall meet the
following criteria at the point of connection:

(Continued on Sheet No. 30.20)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 30.20
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 30.20

RATE NO. 57 COGENERATION & SMALL POWER PRODUCTION FACILITIES (CONT.)


______________________________________________________________________

1. The balanced telephone influence factor (TIF), based on the 1960


weighting factors, shall not exceed the following values:

kVA Rating of Machine Balanced TIF

0 to 299 350
300 to 699 250
700 to 4,999 150
5,000 to 19,999 100
20,000 to 99,999 70
100,000 and above 40

2. The residual component telephone influence factor, based on the 1960


weighting factors, shall not exceed the following:

kVA Rating of Machine Residual TIF

0 to 4,999 100
5,000 to 19,999 75
20,000 to 99,999 50
100,000 and above 30

3. The square root of the sum of the squares of the amplitudes of the
harmonics in the current or voltage shall not exceed five (5) percent of the
amplitude of the fundamental sinusoid of the current or voltage.

SERVICE CHARGE:

The Qualifying Facility shall be billed a service charge to cover billing expenses.
Required services other than those covered by the service charge will be billed at
applicable rates.

METERING:

The Qualifying Facility shall reimburse the Company for the cost, installation, and
maintenance of all metering equipment necessary for measuring and billing the
| electricity sold to the Company. Metering options are set forth under 83 Ill. Admin. Code
| 430.70.

(Continued on Sheet No. 30.30)


Issued: August 27, 2001 Effective October 15, 2001
Issued by: James J. Howard
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 30.30
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 30.30

RATE 57 COGENERATION & SMALL POWER PRODUCTION FACILITIES (CONT.)


______________________________________________________________________

RIGHT TO DISCONTINUE PURCHASES:

The Company reserves the right to disconnect from the Qualifying Facility
| consistent with 83 Ill. Admin. Code 430.40(g), 430.40(i), and 430.40(j).

BILLING:

Billing shall be rendered monthly. The term "month" for billing purposes
hereunder shall mean the period between any two consecutive regular readings by the
Company of the meters at the Qualifying Facility's premises, such readings to be taken
as nearly as may be practicable every thirty days. The billing shall be calculated using
the applicable rate. Payment by the Company, if any, shall be made to the Qualifying
Facility within fifteen days from the date the meter is read. The Company's obligation
for billing and payment to the Qualifying Facility for energy delivered to the Company
shall not commence until the Company has provided written approval for operation.

INDEMNIFICATION:

The Qualifying Facility shall, to the full extent allowed by law, protect, indemnify,
and hold harmless the Company of and from any and all liability, claims, judgments,
costs, and expenses of every kind and nature whatsoever, including reasonable
attorney's fees, caused by, resulting from, or arising out of the operation or
interconnection of the Qualifying Facility. The Qualifying Facility shall, at the
Company's request, defend any suit asserting a claim covered by this indemnity. The
Qualifying Facility shall pay all costs that may be incurred by the Company in enforcing
this indemnity. Nothing herein shall be construed to require the Qualifying Facility to
indemnify the Company against claims arising out of the Company's sole negligence.

The Company may, at its discretion, require the Qualifying Facility to maintain a
policy of public liability insurance for property damage and personal injury, in an
amount satisfactory to the Company. In lieu of requiring insurance, the Company may,
at its discretion, require the Qualifying Facility to provide evidence of financial
responsibility.

(Continued on Sheet No. 30.40)


Issued: August 27, 2001 Effective October 15, 2001
Issued by: James J. Howard
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
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Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 19 Revised Sheet No. 30.40

RATE NO. 57 COGENERATION & SMALL POWER PRODUCTION FACILITIES (CONT.)

The Company will not require insurance or other evidence of financial


responsibility which is greater in amount or broader in scope than is reasonably
necessary to protect the Company's rights under the preceding paragraph.

COMMISSION RULES:

The Qualifying Facility shall comply with all applicable rules of the Illinois
Commerce Commission, including 83 Ill. Admin. Code 430.

CONTRACT:

The Company will purchase energy and/or usable capacity from a Qualifying
Facility that offers to sell energy and/or capacity and agrees to the terms and conditions
in this tariff. The owner or operator of the Qualifying Facility shall execute a contractual
agreement with the Company, which contractual agreement shall contain, among other
provisions, the terms and conditions previously set forth in this tariff. Such contractual
agreement shall also set forth the rate of purchase from the Qualifying Facility, which
rate shall be either the standard rate set forth in this tariff or such other rate as is
negotiated between the Company and the Qualifying Facility.

NET MONTHLY RATE:

Service Charge:

$2.30 per month

Energy Credit:

1. Standard Time-of-Day Summer Winter

* On Peak - All kilowatthours $0.0230 per kWh $0.0145 per kWh


* Off Peak - All kilowatthours $0.0163 per kWh $0.0107 per kWh

2. Optional Seasonal

* For all kilowatthours $0.0194 per kWh $0.0125 per kWh

(Continued on Sheet No. 30.50)


Issued: June 29, 2010 Effective: August 15, 2010

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
th
Schedule of Rates For 16 Revised Sheet No. 30.50
th
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 15 Revised Sheet No. 30.50

RATE NO. 57 COGENERATION & SMALL POWER PRODUCTION FACILITIES (CONT.)

Avoided Capacity Credit:

* In order to qualify for avoided capacity credits, the Company may require the
facility to meet the same resource adequacy accreditation requirements that are
applicable to Company’s generating facilities.

1. Standard Time-of-Day

* ACCt = k x at
4* b

* ACCt = Avoided capacity credit in billing period “t”


k = Avoided capacity costs ($/kW/Yr), currently $15.00
at = On-peak generation in billing period “t” (kWh)
b = Average on-peak hours in billing period = (122 days in summer
period / 4 months in summer period) x (5 on-peak days / 7 days)
x (16 on-peak hrs/day) - 32 summer holiday hours = 317
hrs/month

2. Optional Seasonal

* ACCt = k x ct
4* d

* ACCt = Avoided capacity credit in billing period “t”


k = Avoided capacity costs ($/kW/Yr), currently $15.00
ct = Total generation in billing period “t” (kWh)
d = Average total hours in billing period = (122 days in summer
period
/ 4 months in summer period) x 24 hrs/day = 732 hrs/month

* These rates will only be applied during the four monthly summer billing
periods.

Summer - Applicable during the four monthly billing periods of June through September.
Winter - Applicable during the eight monthly billing periods of October through May.

(Continued on Sheet No. 30.60)


Issued: June 29, 2010 Effective: August 15, 2010

Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 30.60
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 30.60

RATE NO. 57 COGENERATION & SMALL POWER PRODUCTION FACILITIES (CONT.)


______________________________________________________________________

On-Peak Hours:

| Summer - Hours between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Monday


through Friday.

| Winter - Hours between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Monday


through Friday.

On-Peak hours exclude the United States legal holidays of


New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day,
Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Off-Peak Hours: All hours not included in the definition of On-Peak Hours.

VOLTAGE LEVEL ADJUSTMENT:

The net monthly rate determined above shall be increased by 1.08 percent for
energy delivered by the Qualifying Facility at 161 kV or higher, 2.60 percent at 69 kV,
8.64 percent at primary distribution voltage, or 16.40 percent at secondary distribution
voltage.

Issued: August 27, 2001 Effective October 15, 2001


Issued by: James J. Howard
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 31
Electric Service in Illinois

RATE NO. 56 QUALIFIED SOLID WASTE ENERGY FACILITY PURCHASES


______________________________________________________________________

APPLICABILITY:

This rate is applicable to a Qualified Solid Waste Energy Facility (Facility) as defined in
Section 8-403.1 of the Illinois Public Utilities Act (Act). A determination by the Illinois Commerce
Commission that the Facility qualifies under the terms of Section 8-403.1(b) of the Act is
required before service will be permitted hereunder.

COMPENSATION:

Prior to the Facility's first billing period under this rate, the Company will calculate the
average amount per kilowatthour (Estimate) paid by the Participating Unit(s) using bills issued
to such Participating Units(s) in the 12 most recent months. The Estimate will then be used to
compute compensation for energy purchased hereunder until a subsequent Estimate is
established. Compensation payments by the Company shall be made within 15 days from the
date the meter is read. Within three billing periods after the close of each 12 billing periods
(billing year) for the Facility, the Company shall calculate the actual average amount paid per
kilowatthour by the Participating Unit(s), based on the bills issued to such Participating Unit(s) in
the billing year, and submit a complete reconciliation state-ment. If compensation for the billing
year using the actual average exceeds the amount provided using the Estimate, the Company
shall make an appropriate compensation payment along with the reconciliation statement. If
compensation using the actual average is less than the amount provided using the Estimate,
the operator or owner of the Facility shall make an appropriate refund within 30 days of
receiving the statement. The actual average so calculated will then be used as the Estimate
starting with the fourth billing period in each respective billing year. In the event of a change in
base rates, the Estimate being used, or the Estimate being determined from the reconciliation,
shall be adjusted so that it will reflect such change.

Participating Unit(s) shall be defined as the unit or units of local government owning, or
served by, the Facility; however, in the case of a Facility fueled by landfill-generated methane,
Participating Unit(s) shall mean the unit or units of local government in which the Facility is
located. Unit of local government shall be as defined in Section 2 of the "Local Solid Waste
Disposal Act."

Calculations to determine the average amount per kilowatthour paid shall be made by taking
the amounts paid for kilowatthours supplied by the Company to the Participating Unit(s), excluding

(Continued on Sheet No. 31.10)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 31.10
Electric Service in Illinois

RATE NO. 56 QUALIFIED SOLID WASTE ENERGY FACILITY PURCHASES (CONT.)


______________________________________________________________________

amounts paid for kilowatthours supplied under Rate No. 43, Street Lighting, and dividing
by the total number of kilowatthours supplied by the Company to the Participating Unit(s)
for the services included above. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing provision,
such calculations shall include all items used for billing such as, but not limited to, basic
service charges, demand charges, energy charges, electric fuel adjustment, nuclear
decommissioning factor, and applicable tax additions.

For any billing period or portion thereof, if the compensation resulting from
applying the rates established in Rate No. 57, Cogeneration and Small Power
Production Facilities, is greater than the compensation resulting from applying the
Estimate or the actual average, such higher value shall be used.

In the event that the purchase by the Company of all electric energy pursuant to
this rate is expected to result in monthly tax credits for the Company which will exceed
its tax obligations under The Public Utilities Revenue Act, the Facilities shall be paid the
purchase rate specified in this rate on a "first come, first served" basis determined from
the date that each Facility has obtained, and continues to hold, a valid development
permit under Section 39 of the Illinois Environmental Protection Act and, for a Facility
other than that fueled by methane gas generated from landfills, a service agreement with
a unit or units of local government. After all available tax credits are used, remaining
electric energy purchases from the Facilities shall be compensated pursuant to Rate No.
57.

If the same Participating Unit(s) are the Participating Unit(s) with respect to more
than one Facility, the Company will have the option to establish the same billing year for
all such Facilities.

SERVICE AND METERING FACILITIES:

The customer shall reimburse the Company for the cost of metering facilities and
any other facilities the Company must install to connect the Facility to the Company's
system, to the extent the cost of such facilities exceeds the cost of facilities the
Company would provide as standard under it otherwise applicable tariff provisions. In
addition, the customer shall reimburse the Company for any operating and maintenance
expenses it incurs because of the connection of the Facility to the

(Continued on Sheet No. 31.20)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 31.20
Electric Service in Illinois

RATE NO. 56 QUALIFIED SOLID WASTE ENERGY FACILITY PURCHASES (CONT.)


______________________________________________________________________

Company's system. The amount of such reimbursement may be based on flat charges of
general applicability to the extent practical.

The customer shall install or, if installed by the Company, shall pay for any equip-ment
that may be required by the Company for reasons of safety or to prevent interference with
service to other customers. The equipment to be installed shall include, but not be limited to, a
disconnect device to which the Company has access and which it can lock in an open position
to disconnect the Facility's generation from the Company's system.

LIABILITY:

The customer shall indemnify the Company and its other customers against any liability
for personal injury or property damage arising from or created by the interconnection or
operation of the Facility. The customer shall also furnish the Company with evidence of
insurance, in a form acceptable to the Company and naming the Company as an additional
named insured, with minimum limits of $2,000,000 per occurrence.

TERM OF CONTRACT:

Each customer served hereunder must enter into a written contract with the Company
which incorporates, but is not limited to, the provisions of this rate. Such contract will commence
on the date that the Facility begins generating electricity and have a duration of not less than 20
years, or not less than 10 years in the case of a Facility fueled by landfill-generated methane.

GENERAL:

The Facility may be disconnected by the Company from its system whenever, in the sole
opinion of the Company, such action is required by an emergency, for reasons of safety or due
to interference with service to other customers. The Facility shall be subject to the following
sections of Rate No. 57: Equipment Furnished and Maintained by Qualifying Facility, Permits
and Inspections Fees, Access to Premises, and Quality of Service. The Facility shall also be
subject to the Company's reasonable requirements with respect to voltage level of output and
the production of reactive power.

Except as specified above, all other provisions of the customer's normal service rate
shall apply.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 2nd Revised Sheet No. 32
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling 1st Revised Sheet No. 32

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES

* APPLICABLE:

This rate schedule is applicable to Customers satisfying each of the following:

• Operating Eligible Renewable Electrical Generating Facilities (“Generation”)


as defined by Section 16-107.5 of the Public Utilities Act (220 ILCS 5/16-
107.5).
• At any one geographic location on their premises or point of service from the
Company.
• Operating 2,000 kW nameplate Generation or less.
• Whose Generation is intended to primarily serve the electric requirements of
the owner of the Net Metering facility.

* Such facilities will be referred to in this rate schedule individually as “Net


Metering facility.”

* This rate schedule is available pursuant to a written contract entered into by the
Company for Net Metering facilities located in the Company’s Illinois electric service
area.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.1
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

LIMITATION OF THIS RATE SCHEDULE:

This rate schedule shall be available to Eligible Customers until the sum of the
nameplate generation under Rate No. 55 – Net Metering of Eligible Renewable
Electrical Generating Facilities equals one percent (1%) of MidAmerican’s total peak
demand supplied in Illinois during the previous calendar year. MidAmerican will notify
the Illinois Commerce Commission when the sum of the nameplate generation under
Rate No. 55 is equal to or over the one percent (1%) cap.

The number of Eligible Customers with nameplate generation under 40 kW is


limited to 200 new billing accounts from April 1, 2008, through March 31, 2009.

In the event the Company denies an application due to the above limitations
being exceeded

• Between April 1, 2008 and May 1, 2008, enrollment priority shall be established
by lottery.
• After May 1, 2008, the Eligible Customer shall be placed on a waiting list. If
space becomes available, a wait-listed Customer shall be processed before new
applications.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.2
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

DEFINITIONS:

Annual Period: The period of twelve (12) consecutive monthly billing periods ending on
the last day of either the Net Metering Customer’s April monthly billing period or
October’s monthly billing period. The “Annual Period” shall be established by the
Eligible Customer in the application for Net Metering service. The initial “Annual Period”
begins when the Customer commences service under this Tariff and may include fewer
than twelve (12) consecutive monthly billing periods.

Eligible Customer or Customer: A retail Customer that owns or operates an Eligible


Renewable Electrical Generation Facility.

Eligible Renewable Electrical Generation Facility: A generator powered by one (1) of


the following:

• Solar electric energy


• Wind
• Dedicated crops grown for electricity generation
• Anaerobic digestion of livestock or food processing waste
• Fuel cells
• Microturbines powered by renewable fuels
• Hydroelectric energy

Net Metering: The measurement during the billing period applicable to an Eligible
Customer of the net amount of electricity either

• Delivered by the Company to the Eligible Customer’s premises, or


• Supplied by the Customer’s Eligible Renewable Electrical Generating Facility
to the Company.

Net Metering Credits: The kWh or monetary equivalent credits carried forward as
provided in this Tariff for use in subsequent billing periods for the purpose of offsetting
kWh or dollars as outlined in this tariff. Net Metering Credits shall not be required to be
converted to cash at any time.

RES or Retail Electric Supplier: Supplier of power and energy under the Company’s
SEDS tariff.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.3
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES:
Application:
An Eligible Customer shall submit an application form, available on the
Company’s Internet website, requesting to participate in the Company’s Net
Metering program. A completed application will require all of the following:

• Eligible Customer’s name, contact information, and corresponding service


address for the generating facility or facilities to be net metered.
• Nameplate capacity rating of the generating facility to be net metered.
• Sufficient information to determine whether the facility qualifies as an
Eligible Renewable Electrical Generation Facility.
• Designation of annual period ending in April or October billing period.
An application to MidAmerican for Net Metering will be required from an Eligible
Customer that is served by an electricity provider other than MidAmerican and
has been authorized for Net Metering by that electricity provider.
Completed applications and any attachments shall be mailed to the address
indicated on the application form.
Authorization:
The Company shall perform each of the following:

• Determine completeness of applications received, and request additional


information if needed to determine eligibility.
• Date stamp each completed and executed application on date Company
receives the completed application.
• Establish enrollment priority on a first-come, first-served basis according to
the date stamp of each completed application.
• Notify the applicant within ten business days of receipt of a completed and
executed application whether authorized to participate in the Company’s Net
Metering program. Company shall state, in writing, its reasons for denying
an Eligible Customer’s Net Metering application. Company may not
unreasonably deny an Eligible Customer’s request for Net Metering.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.4
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

Interconnection:

An Eligible Customer that is authorized to participate in the Company’s Net


Metering program shall submit an executed application for interconnection to the
Company. Such application for interconnection shall be submitted within thirty
(30) business days of the date of authorization to participate in the Net Metering
program issued by the Company.

In the event an Eligible Customer has not executed an interconnection


agreement within twelve (12) months of the date of authorization to participate in
the Net Metering program, the authorization to participate in the Net Metering
program shall be canceled by the Company.

Extension of Authorization:

An authorization to participate in the Net Metering program shall be


automatically extended one time by an additional six (6) months if both

• Operation of the Eligible Renewable Electrical Generation Facility has not


commenced or has not passed any applicable witness testing, and
• The Eligible Customer has executed an interconnection agreement within
twelve (12) months of the date of authorization.

Thereafter, the Eligible Customer must pay a deposit of $25 for each
kilowatt of nameplate capacity to extend the authorization to participate in the
Net Metering program for an additional six (6) months. An Eligible Customer
may only request and receive a single six (6) month extension. Such deposit
shall be refunded only if and when the Eligible Renewable Electrical Generation
Facility commences operation and passes applicable witness test(s).

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.5
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

CALCULATION OF MONTHLY PAYMENT OR CREDIT:

The Company shall measure and charge or credit the net electricity delivered to
the Customers based on tariffed rate that would be applicable if not a Net Metering
Customer. Such tariffed rate shall be determined by the Customer’s total electric
service requirements, including Customer’s generation.

Nameplate Generation 40 kW And Less - Non Time-Of-Use:

Net Purchaser of Electricity:

If the net meter registration shows the amount of electricity delivered to the
Customer during the applicable billing period exceeds the electricity generated,
the Customer shall be a net purchaser of electricity. The Company shall assess
charges on the net electricity delivered to the Customer at the tariffed rate or
contract rate, as appropriate, under which the Customer is taking electric service
from the Company.

If the Net Metering facility has carried forward a kWh Net Metering Credit from
one (1) or more prior months, the kWh Net Metering Credit shall be subtracted
from the net electricity for the applicable billing period. The balance of kWh, if
any, shall be billed at the tariffed rate or contract rate, as appropriate, under
which the Customer is taking electric service from the Company.

Should the kWh Net Metering Credit be greater than the net electricity for the
applicable billing period, any remaining kWh Net Metering Credit shall be carried
forward for use in subsequent billing periods.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.6
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

Net Seller of Electricity:

If the net meter registration shows the amount of electricity delivered to the
Customer during the applicable billing period is less than the electricity generated
by the Customer, the Customer shall be a net seller of electricity. A credit equal
to the net kWh supplied by the Customer shall be carried forward to the next
monthly billing period as a kWh Net Metering Credit, expressed in kWh.

If the Net Metering facility has carried forward a kWh Net Metering Credit from
one (1) or more prior months, the net kWh from the current month shall be added
to the kWh Net Metering Credit that exists from prior months.

kWh Net Metering Credits:

All kWh Net Metering Credits shall expire the earliest of

• The end of the Annual Period designated by the Customer in the application
for Net Metering, after which time the Customer will begin the next Annual
Period with zero kWh Net Metering Credit.
• The Customer changes electric supply service providers from or to the
Company.
• In the event the Customer terminates this service with the Company prior to
use of kWh Net Metering Credits.

The Company shall not be required to convert the kWh Net Metering Credit to
cash at any time.

Other Applicable Charges:

The Customer will remain responsible for all taxes, fees, and utility delivery
charges and riders that would otherwise be applicable to the net amount of
electricity delivered by the Company to the Customer for the billing period.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.7
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

Nameplate Generation 40 kW And Less - Time-Of-Use:

The net energy delivered shall be determined for each time-of-use period defined in the
Company’s tariffed rates or contract rates, as appropriate, for the applicable billing
period. For each time-of-use period, the Company shall determine whether the
Customer is a net purchaser or a net seller of electricity.

Net Purchaser of Electricity for Time-of-Use Period:

If the meter registration for the time-of-use period shows the amount of electricity
delivered to the Customer during the applicable billing period exceeds the
electricity generated, the Customer shall be a net purchaser of electricity for that
time-of-use period. The Company shall assess charges on the net electricity at
the tariffed rate or contract rate, as appropriate, under which the Customer is
taking electric service from the Company.

Net Seller of Electricity for Time-of-Use Period:

If the meter registration for the time-of-use period shows the amount of electricity
delivered to the Customer during the applicable billing period is less than the
electricity generated by the Customer, the Customer shall be a net seller of
electricity for that time-of-use period. The Company shall calculate a monetary
equivalent Net Metering Credit on the net kWh supplied by the Customer at the
tariffed rate or contract rate, as appropriate, under which the Customer is taking
electric service from the Company.

Net Billing for Applicable Billing Period:

The charges and monetary equivalent Net Metering Credits shall be summed to
determine the net energy charges for the applicable billing period. In the event
the

• Charges for net purchases exceed the credits for net sales, the Customer
shall be billed the difference between charges and credits as follow:

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.8
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

• If the Net Metering facility has carried forward a monetary equivalent Net
Metering Credit from one (1) or more prior months, the monetary
equivalent Net Metering Credit shall be subtracted from the charges for
net purchases for the applicable billing period.
• Should the monetary equivalent Net Metering Credit be greater than the
charges for net purchases for the applicable billing period, any remaining
monetary equivalent Net Metering Credit shall be carried forward for use
in subsequent billing periods.

• Credits for net sales exceed the charges for net purchases, the Customer
shall receive a monetary equivalent Net Metering Credit. Such monetary
equivalent Net Metering Credit shall be carried forward and added to previous
monetary equivalent Net Metering Credits.

Monetary Equivalent Net Metering Credits:

All monetary equivalent Net Metering Credits shall expire the earliest of

• The end of the Annual Period designated by the Customer in the application
for Net Metering, after which time the Customer will begin the next Annual
Period with zero monetary equivalent Net Metering Credit.
• The Customer changes electric supply service providers from or to the
Company.
• In the event the Customer terminates this service with the Company prior to
use of the monetary equivalent Net Metering Credit.

The Company shall not be required to convert the monetary equivalent Net
Metering Credit to cash at any time.

Other Applicable Charges:

The Customer will remain responsible for all taxes, fees, and utility delivery
charges and riders that would otherwise be applicable to the net amount of
electricity delivered by the Company to the Customer for the billing period. Any
monetary equivalent Net Metering Credits may be used to offset other charges
for electric service.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.9
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

Nameplate Generation Over 40 kW Up To 2,000 kW - Non Time-Of-Use:

Net Purchaser of Electricity:

If the meter registration shows the amount of electricity delivered to the


Customer during the applicable billing period exceeds the electricity generated,
the Customer shall be a net purchaser of electricity. The Company shall assess
charges on the net electricity delivered to the Customer at the tariffed rate or
contract rate, as appropriate, under which the Customer is taking electric service
from the Company.

Net Seller of Electricity - Bundled Service Customers Only:

If the meter registration shows the amount of electricity delivered to the


Customer during the applicable billing period is less than the electricity generated
by the Customer, the Customer shall be a net seller of electricity. The net kWh
will be compensated by the Company at the Company’s Rate No. 57 –
Cogeneration and Small Power Production Facilities optional seasonal rates or
as otherwise specified by the terms of a power-purchase agreement negotiated
between the Customer and the Company.

Net Seller of Electricity - Delivery Service Customers:

The Company shall not be required to compensate a Customer taking electric


service under its delivery service tariffs for net sales of electricity supplied.

Other Applicable Charges:

The Customer will remain responsible for all taxes, fees, and utility delivery
charges and riders that would otherwise be applicable to the gross amount of
electricity delivered by the Company to the Customer for the billing period. Any
monetary credits may be used to offset other charges for electric service.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.10
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

Nameplate Generation Over 40 kW Up To 2,000 kW - Time-Of-Use:

The net energy delivered shall be determined for each time-of-use period defined in the
Company’s tariffed rates or contract rates, as appropriate, for the applicable billing
period. For each time-of-use period, the Company shall determine whether the
Customer is a net purchaser or a net seller of electricity.

Net Purchaser of Electricity for Time-of-Use Period:

If the meter registration for the time-of-use period shows the amount of electricity
delivered to the Customer during the applicable billing period exceeds the
electricity generated, the Customer shall be a net purchaser of electricity for that
time-of-use period. The Company shall assess charges on the net electricity at
the tariffed rate or contract rate, as appropriate, under which the Customer is
taking electric service from the Company.

Net Seller of Electricity for Time-of-Use Period:

If the meter registration for the time-of-use period shows the amount of electricity
delivered to the Customer during the applicable billing period is less than the
electricity generated by the Customer, the Customer shall be a net seller of
electricity for that time-of-use period. The Company shall calculate a monetary
equivalent Net Metering Credit on the net kWh supplied by the Customer at the
tariffed rate or contract rate, as appropriate, under which the Customer is taking
electric service from the Company.

Net Billing for Applicable Billing Period:

The charges and monetary equivalent Net Metering Credits shall be summed to
determine the net energy charges for the applicable billing period. In the event
the

• Charges for net purchases exceed the credits for net sales, the Customer
shall be billed the difference between charges and credits.
Credits for net sales exceed the charges for net purchases, the Customer shall
receive a monetary equivalent Net Metering Credit.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.11
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

Other Applicable Charges:

The Customer will remain responsible for all taxes, fees, and utility delivery
charges and riders that would otherwise be applicable to the gross amount of
electricity delivered by the Company to the Customer for the billing period. Any
monetary equivalent Net Metering Credits may be used to offset other charges
for electric service.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.12
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

TERM OF SERVICE:

A Customer taking service under this Tariff must do so for the Annual Period, as
elected by the Customer. The Annual Period automatically renews at the expiration of
the previous Annual Period. After the initial Annual Period, Customer may terminate
service under this Tariff by notifying the Company in writing at least thirty (30) calendar
days before the date that Net Metering service is to be terminated. The Customer is
responsible for notifying the Company or ensuring that its retail electric supplier notifies
the Company, as applicable, that the provision of Net Metering to such Customer is
terminating.

METER-RELATED FACILITIES:

A Net Metering installation is equipped with meter-related facilities that are able
to measure or determine the net amount of the electricity entering the

• Customer’s premises from the Company’s distribution system, and


• Company’s distribution system from the Customer’s premises.

Nameplate Generation 40 kW and Less - Non Time-of-Use:

The Net Metering installation provided must be able to measure or determine the
net amount of electricity that is provided to such Customer or received from such
Customer, as applicable, during the monthly billing period.

The initial metering installation shall be arranged and paid by

• The Company, if Customer will be taking service under a bundled service


tariff.
• The Retail Electric Supplier (“RES”), if Customer will be taking service under
a delivery service tariff.

Any subsequent metering installation requested or required by the Customer


shall be at the Customer’s expense.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.13
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

Nameplate Generation 40 kW and Less - Time-of-Use:

The Net Metering installation provided must be able to measure or determine the
net amount of electricity that is provided to such Customer or received from such
Customer, as applicable, during each half hour in the monthly billing period.

The initial metering installation shall be arranged and paid by

• The Company, if Customer will be taking service under a bundled service


tariff.
• The RES, if Customer will be taking service under a delivery service tariff.

Any subsequent metering installation requested or required by the Customer


shall be at the Customer’s expense.

Nameplate Generation Over 40 kW Up to 2,000 kW - Non Time-of-Use:

The Net Metering installation provided must be able to measure or determine the
net amount of electricity that is provided to such Customer or received from such
Customer, as applicable, during the monthly billing period. Such metering must
also be able to measure or determine the gross amount of electricity delivered to
the Customer’s premises during the monthly billing period.

The initial and any subsequent metering installations shall be arranged and paid
by the Customer or Customer’s RES.

Nameplate Generation Over 40 kW Up to 2,000 kW - Time-of-Use:

The Net Metering installation provided must be able to measure or determine the
net amount of electricity that is provided to such Customer or received from such
Customer, as applicable, during each half hour in the monthly billing period.
Such metering must also be able to measure or determine the gross amount of
electricity delivered to the Customer’s premises during the monthly billing period.

The initial and any subsequent metering installations shall be arranged and paid
by the Customer or Customer’s RES.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32.14
Electric Service in Illinois

Applicable to All Rates Except Nos. 43, 46, LS, LP, SEDS and SMS

RATE NO. 55: NET METERING OF ELIGIBLE RENEWABLE


ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITIES (CONT.)

PERIODIC REVIEW OF RATE SCHEDULE:

Beginning April 1, 2009, and each April 1 thereafter, the Company shall report to
the Commission the following:

• The total peak demand supplied by the Company during the previous year.
• The total generating capacity of Net Metering Customers.
• Company’s intention to limit total generating capacity of Net Metering
Customers to one percent.
• The total number of Net Metering Customers served by the Company.

MISCELLANEOUS:

Except as explicitly specified in this tariff, all other provisions of the applicable
tariff or tariffs apply.

The Company’s Schedule of Rates, of which this tariff is a part, includes General
Terms and Conditions and other tariffs. Service hereunder is subject to the General
Terms and Conditions and such other tariffs, as applicable.

Nothing in this tariff is intended to prevent an arms-length agreement between


the Company and an Eligible Customer that sets forth either

• Different prices, terms, and conditions for the provision of Net Metering
service, including but not limited to, the provision of appropriate metering
equipment for nonresidential Customers, or
• The ownership or title of renewable energy credits.

Nothing in this tariff is intended to affect existing retail contracts between a Retail
Electric Supplier and an Eligible Customer.

Issued: April 9, 2008 Effective: May 26, 2008

Issued By: Naomi G. Czachura


Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 33
Electric Service in Illinois

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Sheet

Foreword. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

I. TERRITORY SERVED

101. Service Areas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

II. GENERAL INFORMATION

201. Definition of a "Customer" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38


202. Temporary Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
203. Inspection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
204. Changes in Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
205. Exclusive Use of the Company's Electric Service. . . . . . . . . . 40
206. Extension of Lines Across Public Space. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
207. Protection of Company Property. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
208. Moving of Company Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
209. Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
210. Equipment Nameplate Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
211. Continuity of Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
212. Easements or Rights-of-Way . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
213. Preventing Damage to Company Distribution Facilities . . . . . 43

III. DEFINITION OF TERMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

IV. DISTRIBUTION EXTENSIONS AND TYPES OF


SERVICE FURNISHED

401. Location of Distribution Lines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46


402. Location of Equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
403. Balancing of Load on Three-Phase Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
404. Characteristics of Electric Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
405. Extensions of Overhead Primary Distribution Lines
for Transformed Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
406. Extensions of Overhead Primary Distribution Lines . . . . . . . .
for Untransformed Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
407. Extensions of Underground Primary Distribution Lines
for Transformed Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

(Continued on Sheet No. 34)


Issued June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 34
Electric Service in Illinois

Sheet

408. Extensions of Underground Primary Distribution Lines


for Untransformed Service 55
409. Distribution System Policies and Charges for
Converting Overhead Facilities to Underground 55

V. STANDARD SERVICE CONNECTIONS FROM


DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

501. Standard Service Connection 57


502. Type of Service Connection 57
503. Point of Entrance and Number of Service Connections
to a Building 58
504 Relocation of Service Connection 58
505. Customer's Service Connection 59
506. Access and Clearance for Service Connection 60
507. Enlargement of Service Wiring 61
508. Customer's Service Entrance Wiring 61
509. Size of Neutral Conductors of Service E ntrance 62
510. Point of Attachment to Building 62
511. Support for Service Drop Attachment 62
512. Service to Pole-Top Disconnect Switch and Current
Transformer Metering Device 63
513. Underground Service to Street Lights 63

VI. SERVICE FROM UNDERGROUND NETWORK DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

601. Standard Underground Network Service


Connection 64
602. Point of Delivery from Underground
Distribution 64
603. Customer's Service Entrance Wiring 65
604. Type of Service Connection 65

VII. METERS AND DISCONNECT DEVICES

701. General 66
702. Self-Contained Meter Installations 66
703. Instrument Transformer Installations 67
704. Location of Meters 67
705. Meter Boards 67
706. Separate Metering 68

(Continued on Sheet No. 35)


Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995
Pursuant to Commission Issued by: B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 35
Electric Service in Illinois

Sheet
VIII. MOTORS, WELDERS, AND OTHER EQUIPMENT

801. General 70
802. Motors 70
803. Single-Phase Motors 70
804. Three-Phase Motors 71
805. Starting Current for Three-Phase Motors 71
806. Selection of Motors and Protective Equipment 72
807. Protective Equipment 72
808. Welders 73
809. Radio Transmitters 75
810. Electric Arc Furnaces 75
811. X-ray 75
812. Signs 75
813. Battery Charging Rectifiers 75
814. Auto-Transformers 75
815. Vacuum Tube Rectifiers, Electronic Elevator
Controls, and Other Electronic Equipment 75
816. Interference of Service to Others 76

IX. ELECTRIC ENERGY AND CAPACITY CONTINGENCY PLAN

901. General 77
902. Anticipated Capacity Deficiencies 7
903. Unanticipated Capacity Deficiencies 80
904. Sudden and Unanticipated Major System
Disturbance -- Low System Frequency 81
905. Anticipated Energy Deficiencies 82
906. Restoration of Normal Operation 86
907. Notification of Regulatory Bodies 86
908. Public Information Procedure 86

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 36
Electric Service in Illinois

FOREWORD

This booklet is issued by Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric Company for the
purpose of informing customers, architects, engineers, contractors, inspectors, and
other interested parties of the rules and regulations governing the utilization of electric
service provided by the Company. It is intended as a convenient reference guide for
the installation and use of electrical equipment.

It is the desire of the Company to achieve for each customer, by enforcement of


these rules and regulations, the greatest practical latitude in the use of electric service.
The standards prescribed herein are required to safeguard the customer and to insure
reliability of service.

These rules and regulations are supplementary to and do not intentionally


conflict with the National Electrical Code of the National Fire Protection Association,
the National Electrical Safety Code as approved by the American National Standards
Institute, and such state and municipal standards as may be in force within the territory
in which the Company furnishes electric service. Local municipal ordinances should
always be adhered to as the information herein may not include all municipal
regulations.

The rules and regulations contained herein may not necessarily cover every
condition or situation which may arise. In such event, the customer or his agent should
contact the Company to determine the applicable requirements.

These rules and regulations are applicable to all service agreements and
contracts entered into by the Company, unless otherwise provided in such
agreements, and to all electric rate schedules in effect from time to time. A schedule of
rates, including terms and conditions, is available for inspection at all Company offices.
Compliance with the provisions of the schedule of rates is necessary in addition to the
rules and regulations contained herein.

No agent or employee of the Company shall have the authority to modify,


amend, or suspend the rules and regulations as stated herein. The Company may,
from time to time, amend and add to these rules and regulations as may be deemed
necessary and as approved by the regulatory authorities.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 37
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 37

SECTION I

TERRITORY SERVED

101. Service Areas

MidAmerican Energy Company, herein called the "Company," provides electric


service in the state of Illinois in the following cities, communities, and adjacent areas:

Andalusia East Moline Moline


Andover Edgington Oak Grove
Barstow Eliza Orion
Boden Green River Opheim
Buffalo Prairie Green Rock Osco
Cable Hamlet Port Byron
Campbells Island Hampton Preemption
Carbon Cliff Hillsdale Rapids City
Cleveland Illinois City Reynolds
Coal Valley Joslin Rock Island
Colona Lynn Center Sherrard
Cordova Matherville Silvis
Coyne Center Milan Swedona
Cropper's Addition Millersburg Taylor Ridge
Warner

The Company maintains a local office in its Illinois service area at the following
location:
City Address Telephone

Moline 716 - 17th Street 1-888-427-5632

For information and service


call toll-free long distance 1-888-427-5632

Requests for information may be initiated by customers at the above office of the
Company. For the convenience of customers, the Company also maintains paystations
authorized to accept payment of bills for service.

Issued: February 15, 2000 Effective April 1, 2000


Issued by: James J. Howard
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 38
Electric Service in Illinois

SECTION II

GENERAL INFORMATION

201. Definition of a "Customer"

A "customer", as used in these rules and regulations is defined as one individual,


partnership, association, firm, public or private corporation, or governmental agency at a
single location receiving one class of service.

The three principal classes of customers are described as follows:

a. Residential Customer - One whose service is furnished for domestic


purposes.

b. Commercial Customer - One whose principal operation is providing or


distributing a service or product at wholesale or retail. Examples of this
class include stores, supermarkets, shops, shopping centers, offices,
office buildings, restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, theaters, hospitals,
research laboratories, recognized rooming and boarding houses, one-
meter apartment houses (but not individual tenants therein), service
stations, garages, warehouses, churches, and schools.

c. Industrial Customer - One whose principal operation is manufacturing or


processing and consists of creating or changing raw or unfinished
materials into another form or product. Examples of this class include
factories, machine shops, mines, mills, quarries, oil wells, refineries,
foundries, pumping plants, creameries, hatcheries, canning and packing
plants, and others engaged in extractive, fabricating, or processing
activities. Incidental retail sales do not affect the customer's industrial
status.

202. Temporary Service

The Company will furnish temporary service consistent with the Company's
availability of manpower, materials, electrical capacity, and other resources necessary
for construction to the proposed location. When temporary service is furnished, the
customer shall be required to pay to the Company the estimated

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 39
Electric Service in Illinois

cost of installation and estimated cost of removal of the facilities, less the estimated
salvage value of the material used. A deposit to guarantee payment of bills may also be
required. The customer shall provide an appropriate mounting for the Company's
electric service that shall meet the same electrical and inspection requirements as
permanent installations.

The rate or rates applicable to the customer's class of service will be applied
during the period for which service is furnished.

203. Inspection

All wiring or equipment connected to the lines of the Company shall be installed
in accordance with the requirements of the National Electrical Code, such state and
municipal codes as are applicable, and these rules and regulations. When inspection by
the Company indicates these regulations have not been complied with, service may be
withheld until the faulty conditions are corrected.

Any inspection or approval on the part of the Company does not give warranty as
to the adequacy, safety, or other characteristics of the equipment and facilities installed
and maintained by the customer.

All wiring in buildings within the corporate limits of any city, town or village, or any
county having an ordinance governing electrical wiring shall be installed in accordance
with such ordinance and shall be approved by the inspector or other authorized person
of the municipality or governmental agency before service will be connected.

The electrical contractor installing the customer's wiring shall affix his name and
phone number by tag or other means to the service or main switch. This information will
enable the Company to notify the contractor promptly if the service cannot be
connected because of failure to meet the requirements specified in these rules and
regulations.

Where local ordinances or regulations have been adopted establishing more


stringent construction standards for electrical wiring than those Federal, state, and
industry codes currently in effect, the customer or developer will be required to pay the
extra expenses associated with compliance to these more restrictive local codes,
including any significant local permit fees.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 40
Electric Service in Illinois

204. Changes in Requirements

In the event the customer intends to substantially increase his load, the Company
should be notified so that the capacity of the meters and other equipment may be
sufficiently increased. If the customer fails to so notify the Company, the customer will be
held responsible for any damage to the meter or other equipment of the Company caused
by such increased load.

205. Exclusive Use of the Company's Electric Service

Except in cases where the customer has written authorization from the Company or
a contract with the Company for either Auxiliary and Standby Service or Cogeneration and
Small Power Production Facilities, the Company's standard electric rate schedules are
based on exclusive use of electric service. No other electric service shall be used by the
customer in conjunction with the Company's service either by means of a "throw-over"
switch or by any other connection. Parallel connection and/or operation of a customer's
installation shall be permitted only when specifically provided for in written authorizations
and/or contracts.

206. Extension of Lines Across Public Space

The customer will not be permitted to extend his distribution lines across or under a
public street, alley, or other public space in order to obtain or provide electric service unless
such adjacent property is a part of the same business and is actually contiguous, except for
such intervening public space.

207. Protection of Company Property

All meters, transformers, poles, structures, underground facilities, and other


equipment placed on the customer's premises by the Company for the purpose of
rendering electric service to said premises, unless otherwise expressly provided, shall be
and remain the property of the Company and the customer shall exercise reasonable care
to protect such property from loss or damage. The customer shall not authorize anyone
who is not an employee of the Company to remove or tamper with Company property. If
requested

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 41
Electric Service in Illinois

for the convenience of the customer, the Company will move any such facilities to
another acceptable location on the premises, at the customer's expense.

208. Moving of Company Facilities

If the Company is asked to move any of its wires or equipment temporarily to


provide clearance for house moving or any other activities, an advanced payment to
cover the estimated cost will be required. In no case shall anyone other than authorized
Company employees remove, cut, raise, or handle any wires belonging to the Company.

209. Safety

Because of the hazard to Company personnel, attachment of signs, advertising


notices, floodlights, radio antennae, mailboxes or other articles to Company poles is
prohibited except for attachments to poles in the Sherrard Power System District prior to
July 1, 1987.

Joint use of Company poles for alarm and communication circuits is covered in
agreements between the Company and communication companies or municipal
authorities. Only Company employees or others authorized by the Company shall be
permitted to climb Company poles, except that a municipal or communication company
employee may climb poles used jointly by his employer and the Company, but only in
accordance with the provisions for joint pole agreements. No one except Company
employees or others authorized by the Company shall climb Company-owned poles to a
height above alarm or communication circuits.

All necessary service connections to Company-owned wires or equipment shall


be made by Company employees.

Only Company employees shall install, connect, move, or remove Company-


owned meters.

All service entrance conduits and conduit systems must be grounded and all
grounds shall be connected before a meter will be set and service provided. In
municipalities providing for electrical inspections, service will be connected upon
approval of the municipality's electrical inspector.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 42
Electric Service in Illinois

Any capacitors installed on the customer's wiring system shall be indicated at the
meter location. Markers will be furnished by the Company for use in indicating such
installations.

210. Equipment Nameplate Data

All electrical apparatus connected to the Company's lines should be provided


with nameplates showing the manufacturer's name, kVA input, voltage rating, ampere
input, phase, and frequency. In the case of electrical devices having transformer-type
characteristics, the voltage must be shown for both primary and secondary. Additional
nameplate requirements may be specified for certain devices.

211. Continuity of Service

When the Company finds it necessary to suspend service to any customer or


customers for the purpose of making repairs to or changes in Company facilities, the
Company will make an effort to notify customers involved by public notice or by some
other means. However, the Company reserves the right without incurring any liability
therefor to suspend service without notice to the customer for such periods as may be
reasonably necessary. The Company shall not be responsible in damages for any
failure to supply electricity or for the interruption or reversal is without gross negligence
on its part. In the event damages are payable, such damages shall be limited to any
resultant property damage or personal injury.

212. Easements or Rights-of-Way

The customer shall provide, without cost, a clear easement or right-of-way for the
equipment or facilities of the Company over, across, under, and upon the property
owned or controlled by the customer, such as is necessary and incidental to the
supplying of service to such customer and shall permit access thereto by the employees
of the Company at all reasonable hours.

The customer shall provide and maintain safe and convenient access to the
meter and shall permit entry thereto by employees of the Company at all reasonable
times for the purpose of inspecting, reading, testing, repairing, replacing, or removing
the meter or equipment used in connection with the service.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 43
Electric Service in Illinois

213. Preventing Damage to Company Distribution Facilities

It is in the mutual interest of the customer, contractors, and the Company to


avoid accidental electrical contacts. The Company is ready and willing to point out
possible hazards and locate the Company's distribution facilities so incidents of this
nature may be eliminated. It is suggested that the customer, his engineer, or architect
include in construction specifications a statement to the effect that any contractor who
expects to utilize excavating or crane equipment should contact the nearest Company
office.

A special procedure has been set up by the Company for determining and
providing the location of all underground facilities. This free service may be obtained by
the customer as follows:

a. Dial the special phone number: 1-800-892-0123.

b. Indicate where and when the work is to be done.

c. Provide the name and phone number of the individual to be contacted by


Company personnel.

d. Allow 48 hours to permit the Company to mark the location of


underground facilities.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 44
Electric Service in Illinois

SECTION III

DEFINITION OF TERMS

Appurtenances - All associated construction materials and accessories required to


construct a line extension including switchgear, switches, fusing cabinets, conductor,
cable, elbows, fuses and lightning arresters, and other construction material required.

Contribution in Aid of Construction - The amount the customer must pay the Company
not subject to refund to cover the cost of construction for line extensions.

Deposit - The amount the customer must pay the Company to cover the cost of
construction for line extensions subject to refund.

Estimated Annual Revenue - Calculated based upon the following factors, including, but
not limited to: The size of the facility to be used by the customer, the size and type of
equipment to be used by the customer, the average annual amount of service required
by the equipment, and the average number of hours per day and days per year the
equipment will be in use.

Estimated Construction Cost - Calculated using good engineering practices and based
upon the following factors: Amount of service required or desired by the customer
requesting the extension and the size, location, and characteristics of the extension,
including all appurtenances. The estimated construction cost does not include costs
associated with facilities built for the convenience of the Company.

Extension or Line Extension - Either a distribution or service line extension.

Multiple-Dwelling Unit - One whose service is individually metered and is furnished for
domestic purposes in attached multiple-living units per structure on a common lot.
Examples of this class include multiple-meter apartment houses, condominiums,
duplexes, and other multiple-living units.

Primary Line Extension - The extension of any Company overhead or underground line
in public right-of-way, or in easements adjacent to public right-of-way, in excess of 480-
volts for the purpose of providing electric service.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 45
Electric Service in Illinois

Security Deposit - A deposit required to establish credit and to guarantee payment of


service bills.

Single-Dwelling Unit - One whose service is furnished to a single-family occupancy


living unit built on an individual lot. Examples of this class include an unattached
structure with single-family occupancy on individual lot or attached structure for single-
family occupancy with zero side lot construction.

Standard Service Connection - A standard electric service connection is a secondary


low-voltage service utilizing overhead conductors and not requiring support other than
the line pole from which the service is taken and the one standard service bracket for
terminating wires at the building or premises to be served.

Transformed Service - Primary and transformation to customer's service voltage


installed, owned, and maintained by the Company.

Untransformed Service - Primary supplied to customer's property line. Facilities,


including transformation to customer's service voltage, on customer property, installed,
owned, and maintained by the customer.

Winter Conditions - A time period as designated by the Company each year during
which adverse construction conditions due to frozen ground, snow, ice, or freezing
temperatures are expected to exist (normally December through March).

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 46
Electric Service in Illinois

SECTION IV

DISTRIBUTION EXTENSIONS AND TYPES OF SERVICE FURNISHED

401. Location of Distribution Lines

The Company's distribution lines will be installed and maintained only on public
highways, city streets and alleys, and in utility easements, except for the standard service
connection to individual customers. In case the customer is not the owner of the premises or
of intervening property between the premises and the Company's electric facilities, the
customer shall obtain from the owner the necessary easements for the installation and
maintenance on said premises and on such intervening property of all facilities, as may be
necessary or convenient for the supplying of electric service hereunder.

402. Location of Equipment

The customer is responsible for providing space for surface-mounted transformers. If


an indoor installation of transformers or other equipment is required by the customer or when
the conditions of the customer's property are such that an outdoor installation is
impracticable, the customer shall provide, without cost to the Company, a building, room, or
vault adequate for the housing of the equipment. This space shall meet the requirements of
the National Electrical Code and the Company.

In the event that such transformers or other equipment owned by the Company
becomes inaccessible to the Company, the customer will be responsible for the removal and
reinstallation of a replacement unit if such removal or replacement becomes necessary.

403. Balancing of Load on Three-Phase Service

The following rules shall apply to the balancing of single -phase loads when supplied
from poly-phase service:

a. Up to 30-ampere service:

Single-phase loads supplied from poly-phase service not exceeding 30


amperes in maximum demand shall be balanced as closely as can be
practicably achieved.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 47
Electric Service in Illinois

b. 31-ampere to 400-ampere service:

Single-phase loads supplied from poly-phase service in this current range must
be so balanced on all phases that the current in the maximum phase shall not be
more than ten percent in excess of the current in the minimum phase at the time
of maximum demand.

c. 401-ampere service and above:

Single-phase loads supplied from poly-phase service in this range must be


balanced on all phases so that the current in the maximum phase shall not be
more than five percent in excess of the current in minimum phase at the time of
maximum demand.

404. Characteristics of Electric Service

The type of electric service available will depend on the location and the size and type of
load to be served. The customer should obtain from the local office of the Company the specific
phase and voltage of the service that will be furnished before proceeding with the purchase of
motors or special equipment or the installation of wiring.

The Company furnishes 60 Hertz alternating current from circuits having the following
various characteristics as to voltage and phase:

Secondary Voltage

a. 2-Wire, 120 Volts Single-Phase


b. 3-Wire, 120/240 Volts Single-Phase
c. 4-Wire, 208Y/120 Volts Three-Phase
d. 4-Wire, 480Y/277 Volts Three-Phase

Untransformed Line Voltage

e. 4-Wire, 13,200Y/7620 Volts Three-Phase


f. 3-Wire, 69,000 Volts Three-Phase
g. 3-Wire, 161,000 Volts Three-Phase
h. 3-Wire, 345,000 Volts Three-Phase
i. 4-Wire, 4160Y/2400 Volts Three-Phase*

* Available only to customers currently being served


at this voltage.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for 1st Revised Sheet No. 48
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 48

Service as listed in "a" and "b" above is available generally. Single-phase, 120-
volt, two-wire service as listed in "a" is furnished only for customer's installations having
less than four circuits, each circuit being fused at not more than 15 amperes.

The Company recommends that all residential customers take service at single-
phase, 120/240-volt, three-wire with a capacity of 200 amperes as listed in "b"
regardless of the number of circuits initially existing in their installations in order to avoid
expensive future service entrance changes in the event of additional load.

Commercial service for lighting and small power loads may be furnished at
single-phase, three-wire, as listed in "b" except in locations where the Company has
secondary network service available and capacity in the central business districts of
Rock Island and Moline. In these areas, such service will be furnished at three-phase,
208Y/120-volt, four -wire service as listed in "c" above. Rules contained herein regarding
the balancing of loads on three-phase services shall be followed.

405. Extensions of Overhead Primary Distribution Lines for


Transformed Service

For short-term service and for permanent and continuing service to any
customer, line extension deposits may be determined by the Company after giving
consideration to the economic factors pertinent to the particular extension required and
the load to be served.

Single-Phase Overhead Line Extensions :

The Company will, without charge, extend a single-phase overhead line


extension along public right-of-way or utility easement from point of source of
the electric extension connection to any customer for any permanent and
continuing use within its service area except in an existing underground area.
The customer shall furnish, own, and maintain single -phase extensions on
customer property.

| Applicants for single -phase overhead line extensions also have the option of
| obtaining the extension in accordance with 83 Ill. Adm. Code Sections
| 410.410(b) and 410.410(c).

Issued: December 22, 2000 Effective January 1, 2001


Filed in compliance with Commission Issued by James J. Howard,
Order in Docket No. 99-0580 Vice President
Dated December 6, 2000
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for 1st Revised Sheet No. 49
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 49

Three-Phase Overhead Line Extensions:

The Company will provide three-phase overhead line extensions along public right-of-way
| or utility easement in accordance with 83 Ill. Adm. Code 410.410(b) and 410.410(c) or as
follows:

a. The Company will provide as a maximum a free three-phase line extension along
public right-of-way or utility easement, the cost of which is equal to or less than
the cost of a single-phase extension plus 1-1/2 times the estimated annual
revenue. For any portion of extension in excess of this free limit, the customer
shall deposit a sum equal to the cost of the total line extension less the free limit.
Line extensions, as used herein, shall exclude transformers, meters, and service
connections. Where a deposit is necessary, a contract will be entered into with the
customer for a ten-year period. No interest will be paid by the Company on the
deposit.

Subject to the "limitations" expressed hereafter and in the following manner, the
Company will refund to the customer:

1. For each new customer served directly from the extension, an amount
equal to 1-1/2 times the estimated annual revenue from the new customer.

2. Limitations

(a) No refunds will be made in whole or in part after expiration of the


ten-year period from the date on the contract. Any portion of the
deposit then not refunded becomes the property of the Company.
(b) In no event will the Company refund to the customer a total amount
in excess of the deposit.
(c) For the purposes of the contract, a new customer shall be deemed
to be served directly from this extension only if his electric service
connection is connected directly to a point on this extension.

b. The customer shall furnish, own, and maintain three-phase extensions on


customer property.

Issued: December 22, 2000 Effective January 1, 2001


Filed in compliance with Commission Issued by James J. Howard,
Order in Docket No. 99-0580 Vice President
Dated December 6, 2000
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for 1st Revised Sheet No. 50
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 50

406. Extensions of Overhead Primary Distribution Lines for


Untransformed Service

Overhead service at untransformed line voltage is available in most areas to


large industrial installations except in an existing underground area. The customer
should contract for such service and submit plans and specifications of the proposed
terminal facilities for Company approval before work is started.

The same conditions apply as listed under Paragraph 405 with the exception
noted below:

On untransformed line voltage installations, the metering structure shall be


located on the property line nearest the electric facility as designated by
the Company. The customer will own, operate, and maintain all electric
facilities beyond the property line. If the customer load is larger than that
which can be protected with standard fusing, the customer will be required
to install a Company-approved disconnecting device.

407. Extensions of Underground Primary Distribution Lines for


Transformed Service

An underground primary line extension consists of the underground supply


conductors or cables installed in public right-of-way or in easements adjacent to public
right-of-way, including ducts where necessary, between the Company's primary
overhead 13,200Y/ 7620-volt distribution systems and the pad-mounted transformer
location. The Company will designate the point on its system where the extension
connection will originate.

a. The Company will provide an underground primary line extension in


| accordance with 83 Ill. Adm. Code 410.410(b) and 410.410(c) or as
follows:

1. In new residential subdivisions, the Company will install, own,


operate, and maintain a single-phase underground electric
distribution system on the basis of the developer (or other person
or persons having authority to contract on behalf of the owners of
the individual premises therein) paying the difference between the
estimated construction cost of the underground system and the
estimated construction cost of the overhead distribution system --
both cost estimates to exclude transformers and meters.

Issued: December 22, 2000 Effective January 1, 2001


Filed in compliance with Commission Issued by James J. Howard,
Order in Docket No. 99-0580 Vice President
Dated December 6, 2000
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 51
Electric Service in Illinois

2. For new commercial, industrial, or multiple-dwelling unit installations,


where required as determined by the Company, the Company shall
furnish as a maximum without charge the underground primary
extension, the cost of which is equal to or less than 1-1/2 times the
estimated annual revenue. The cost of the underground primary
extension as defined herein shall exclude transformers and meters.

When, at the request of the customer or developer, an extension is installed


under winter conditions, as determined by the Company, the additional cost
will be assessed to cover the increased expense to the Company. The
customer or developer shall be deemed to have requested installation
under winter conditions if, as determined by the Company, site preparation
has not been completed by the start of winter conditions. Unusual
conditions incurred such as rock or buried obstructions will be handled on
an individual basis.

After construction is started, an additional charge will be made to the


customer or developer for relocating any Company facilities due to any
changes in grade, lot lines, or easement boundaries which were considered
final.

The Company reserves the right to subsequently alter or extend the electric
underground distribution system as it deems necessary or desirable.

Any removal or restoration of obstructions or sod or other landscaping


features which becomes necessary as a result of the installation,
maintenance, or replacement of the underground primary line extension
shall be the customer's responsibility.

b. Underground Primary Line Extensions for New Residential


Subdivisions.

1. The Company will provide the following in accordance with


paragraph a. above:

(a) The overhead distribution facilities necessary to connect to the


residential subdivision underground distribution system at a point or

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 52
Electric Service in Illinois

points selected by it and the necessary overhead primary


protective equipment.

(b) The complete electric distribution system, exclusive of


services, installed as a single unit unless otherwise agreed
to by the Company.

(c) Installation of individual service to single-family dwellings


with the cost to each individual customer based on the
difference between the estimated construction cost of the
underground electric service and the estimated
construction cost of an equivalent overhead service, such
cost shall be $1.00 per trench foot.

(d) Service subsequently requested for lots not in the


subdivision, but immediately adjacent to the underground
system, will generally be served from such system with the
applicable charges as set forth above for individual
services to be made applicable to each lot so served.

(e) A normal installation of street lights when ordered by the


municipality or other governmental agency will be served
with underground service. The developer will be charged
the additional cost over the normal installation if
ornamental street lights are requested and installed.

2. The developer is required to provide the following:

(a) All easement rights as may be required prior to installation


of facilities and without cost to the Company. Easement
areas or strips are to be cleared and graded to within four
inches of final grade prior to installation of underground
facilities. The Company shall have continued access to
easement strips without impediments from over-building or
other obstructions for operation, maintenance, and
replacement of primary facilities and service connections.
When these conditions are not met, any additional
expense incurred by the Company, by reason thereof,
shall be paid by the customer.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 53
Electric Service in Illinois

(b) Visible stakes on all lots indicating property and


easement lines and location of underground facilities.

(c) Drawings which indicate the location of all underground


facilities which exist or are to be installed in the
subdivision.

(d) Transformer pads in accordance with the Company's


specifications at locations designated by the Company.
The transformer pads are to be inspected by the Company
prior to pouring concrete.

c. Underground Primary Line Extensions for New Industrial, Commercial,


or Multiple-Dwelling Unit Installations For Transformed Service.

The Company shall furnish the underground primary line extension from
its electric facilities to the nearest point at the customer's building as
designated by the Company in accordance with paragraph a. above.

If the customer has more than one building, a central service point will
be designated by the Company. If the customer desires the primary
service connection to be extended beyond such designated point, the
Company will install the additional primary service connection provided
the customer pays the Company in advance the estimated cost for the
additional footage.

For short-term service or for permanent and continuing service to any


customer, the portion of such service to be furnished without charge
may be determined by the Company after giving consideration to the
economic factors pertinent to the particular service connection required
and the load to be served.

Such underground extensions will be installed only if there is no


engineering, operating, construction, safety, or legal reason which would
make such installation inadvisable.

1. The Company will provide the following in accordance with


paragraph a. above.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 54
Electric Service in Illinois

(a) A loop or radial high-voltage primary cable system.

(b) Pad-mounted transformers.

2. The customer or developer will be required to provide the


following:

(a) All necessary easements, including clearing and grading,


the same as outlined in paragraph b. above.

(b) Transformer pads in accordance with the Company's


specifications at locations designated by the Company.
The transformer pads are to be inspected by the Company
prior to pouring concrete. The customer shall furnish and
install physical barriers to protect the transformer location
from vehicular traffic in accordance with Company
specifications.

(c) Low-voltage secondary connections from the transformer


to the customer's utilization equipment. The low-voltage
connections will have provision for meters as described in
these rules and regulations.

A compression-type connector, approved by the Company,


shall be installed by the customer on the low-voltage
secondary cables for connection to the secondary
terminals of the transformer. The customer shall install the
connectors on the transformer secondary terminals with
bronze or ever-dur bolts and finger-tighten the bolts. The
Company will make the final connection.

(d) Transformer vaults, if required.

(e) A conduit system is required for primary cables on the


customer's property for the primary service connection.
This conduit system must be approved by the Company.

The equipment installed by the Company will be owned and maintained by it.
The customer shall own and maintain equipment the customer is required to install.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for First Revised Sheet No. 55
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 55

408. Extensions of Underground Primary Distribution Lines for


Untransformed Service

The same conditions apply as listed under Paragraph 407 with the exceptions
noted below:

On untransformed line voltage installations, the customer will install,


own, operate, and maintain all electric facilities beyond the property line.

Automatic disconnecting devices such as fuses will be required at the


connecting point to the overhead system. If the customer load is larger
than that which can be protected with standard fusing, the customer will
be required to install a Company-approved disconnecting device.

409. Distribution System Policies and Charges for Converting


Overhead Facilities to Underground

If a customer or a group of customers wish to have an existing overhead


electric distribution system converted to an underground distribution system, the
customer or group of customers, with mutually adjoining properties, must agree to do
the following:

| a. Pay the costs to remove such facilities, including services.

| b. Pay the costs of the underground system (primary and secondary


cables; street light wires; service laterals; pad for each transformer;
conduits under streets, alleys, sidewalks, and driveways; secondary
enclosures; all appurtenances; and costs to re-landscape the lawns) as
determined in accordance with the applicable paragraphs of this section
and Section V. Charges are to be based on the facilities required to
serve requesting customers. Equipment installed to provide capacity to
any customers in other areas will be provided by the Company without
charge.

Issued: August 28, 2003 Effective October 20, 2003


Issued by James J. Howard,
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for First Revised Sheet No. 56
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 56

| c. Rebuild and convert customer-owned electric service entrance


equipment to accept underground service. Modifications to be made by
electrical contractor or others. The Company does not install this type of
equipment.

| d. Provide easements, staked lot lines and easement lines, and


transformer pads in accordance with the Company's specifications at
locations designated by the Company.

| e. Prior to actual conversion of the underground electric distribution system


in the area, arrangements shall be completed for all other utility
companies and municipalities to convert their overhead facilities such as
telephone, cable TV, fire alarms, etc. to underground and to remove
their overhead poles, wires, and appurtenances which were originally
installed according to the "Joint Use" Pole Contracts or franchise
agreements.

Such underground system will be installed only if there is no engineering,


operating, construction, safety, or legal reason which would make such installation
inadvisable and providing the Company has sufficient manpower available to
complete the work without interfering with service provided to other customers.

All preliminary and final engineering, planning, estimating, and supervision


shall be done in cooperation and coordination with any other utility which may have
facilities in the area involved such as water, sewage, fire alarm, or traffic signals,
whether private, municipal, or governmental agencies.

The Company shall have the right to make extensions from and beyond this
system, to serve additional customers, either by underground or overhead facilities.

The equipment installed by the Company will be owned and maintained by it.
The customer shall own and maintain equipment the customer is required to install.

Issued: August 28, 2003 Effective October 20, 2003


Issued by James J. Howard,
Vice President
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 57
Electric Service in Illinois

SECTION V

STANDARD SERVICE CONNECTIONS FROM DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

501. Standard Service Connection

A standard electric service connection is one utilizing overhead conductors and


not requiring support other than the line pole from which the service is taken and one
standard service bracket for terminating wires at the building or premises to be
served.

An underground secondary service connection consists of the underground


direct buried supply conductors or cables between the Company's secondary
overhead distribution system or underground distribution system and the customer's
outdoor meter location. The Company will designate the point on its system where the
service connection will originate.

Only underground service laterals will be installed in areas served by an


underground distribution system. Each such service will extend from a service
pedestal or a transformer to the meter socket.

The customer shall furnish the required conduit riser at each building
connected to the line side of the meter socket, with such conduit fitted with a bushing
at the open end for cable protection. The mounting of the conduit and meter socket
shall be the responsibility of the developer or customer. The customer shall own and
maintain the conduit riser on the line side of the meter socket. The meter socket shall
be placed outside the building.

502. Type of Service Connection

All lighting and power installations of four or more circuits shall be designed for
three- or four-wire connection depending on the type of electric distribution system
established for that area.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 58
Electric Service in Illinois

503. Point of Entrance and Number of Service Connections to a Building

The Company will designate the point of delivery of electric service which shall
be the point at which the lines of the Company connect with the lines of the customer.
This point will ordinarily be at the exterior of the building at a location most convenient
for the connection to the electricity supply system. In order to eliminate possible delay
and added cost to the customer, the customer shall request that the location of the
point of delivery be designated by the Company before the customer's electrical
installation work is started. The customer or his contractor shall, in all cases, consult
the Company regarding a new service or any changes in existing service before
starting work. Only one service connection of a given type will be connected to a
single building.

504. Relocation of Service Connection

The customer or property owner shall reimburse the Company for the cost
incurred in relocating the Company facilities under the following conditions:

a. Modifications for the convenience of the customer or property owner.

b. Structural changes in an existing building or the addition of a new


building which will result (or has resulted) in a safe service connection
arrangement becoming hazardous according to Company standards.

c. Replacement of the complete service connection necessitated by an


existing building being modified.

In cases where modification is mutually beneficial, the cost of relocation may


be shared on a basis agreeable to the customer or property owner and the Company.

Should any change be initiated by the Company or result from requirements of


public authorities, the customer will not be charged for any of the cost of the relocation
of the Company's service connection.

Written authorization shall be obtained from the customer or property owner


before work is started. Authorization shall consist of a letter agreement, Purchase
Order, or signed Job and Repair Order. Billing shall be based on an estimate of cost
prepared by a Company representative.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 59
Electric Service in Illinois

505. Customer's Service Connection

Service to any customer will be made without charge to the customer only
through a standard electric service connection.

Standard Electric
Service Connection Guidelines

Type of Conductor Allowable Length

#4 & #2 Triplex Service Drop 125 feet


#4 Quadruplex Service Drop 100 feet
#1/0 Quadruplex & Triplex Service Drop 75 feet
#4/0 Open Wire Triplex & Quadruplex
Service Drop 50 feet
Larger than #4/0 Wire Special Design

Overhead service connections other than standard will be furnished, owned,


and maintained by the customer desiring such connections, and may be installed by
the Company at the customer's expense. The Company, in any event, will furnish,
own, and maintain the necessary transformers and meters and shall have the right to
install, maintain, and service its transformers upon any pole, whether such pole
belongs to the Company or the customer.

If requested by a residential customer, an underground secondary service


connection will be made to the distribution system if the following conditions prevail:

a. The applicable rules and regulations of Sections IV and V shall be


adhered to.

b. The customer shall pay to the Company the difference between the
estimated construction cost of overhead secondary facilities and the
estimated construction cost of underground secondary facilities required
to serve the customer, such cost shall be $1.00 per trench foot.

c. The customer shall pay an additional amount if abnormal soil conditions


are encountered as detailed in Paragraph 407.a. hereof.

An underground secondary service connection for a customer other than


residential single family will be installed, owned, and maintained by the customer.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 60
Electric Service in Illinois

506. Access and Clearance for Service Connection

If a subdivision is laid out in such a manner that some lots are remote from the
utility easement, it shall be the responsibility of the customer to provide easements
and satisfactory access to his property.

If the customer cannot be served by a standard service connection (see


Section III), the customer shall provide, at his own expense, the facilities required in
excess of a standard service connection.

When a service connection cannot be made or maintained with adequate


clearance from trees, buildings, swimming areas, or other obstructions on the
customer's property or on adjacent property, it will be the responsibility of the
customer to arrange for and maintain adequate clearance or take service through an
underground service installed as detailed in Sections IV and V of these rules and
regulations.

The area of the secondary service installation shall be cleared and brought to
final grade by the customer prior to the start of the underground service construction.
The Company will discuss with the customer where the electric lines are to be
located. Thereafter, the Company will not be responsible for damage to any customer-
owned underground facilities, such as septic lines, water lines, or telephone lines,
when trenching for the electric service unless such underground facilities are marked
on the property or are shown in the diagram on the service application.

The customer shall pay for any additional expenses incurred after construction
is started if Company facilities have to be relocated or changed due to customer
changes or due to changes in grade, lot lines, or easement boundaries, which were
considered final.

The equipment installed by the Company will be owned and maintained by it.
The customer shall own and maintain equipment the customer is required to install.

Any removal or restoration of obstructions or sod or other landscaping features


which becomes necessary as a result of the installation, maintenance, or replacement
of direct burial service connection cable shall be the customer's responsibility.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 61
Electric Service in Illinois

507. Enlargement of Service Wiring

In the event the service wiring becomes inadequate for the purposes of the
customer because of increased utilization on the part of the customer, the Company
will replace the existing service wiring with wiring of adequate size in accordance with
Paragraph 505. Such service wiring and meter installation may be in a different
location, if the Company decides that this is necessary to serve the additional load.
Whenever it is necessary to relocate the meter, because of increased utilization, the
customer shall provide for the proper service entrance wires at his own expense.

508. Customer's Service Entrance Wiring

The customer's service entrance wiring, which is that part of the wiring between
the Company's overhead connection at the customer's weatherhead or the wiring
between the Company's underground connection in the meter base and the main
building disconnect device, is to be furnished, installed, and maintained by the
customer in accordance with provisions of the National Electrical Code. The fused
disconnect or circuit breaker shall have adequate interrupting capacity to open safely
the maximum short circuit current. The Company will specify the rating of the circuit
interrupting device required.

Overhead service entrance wiring raceways shall be terminated with a


weatherhead on the exterior of the building not more than twelve inches from the
service drop attachment. The service entrance and the service drop conductor
connections are to be made at a point below the rain-tight service weatherhead. The
customer's service entrance conductors shall extend not less than three feet outside
the service weatherhead to permit proper attachment to the service drop wires.

Service entrance conductors shall be approved service entrance cable or


conductors protected by one of the methods listed in Article 230-43 (Wiring Methods
for 600 Volts, Nominal, or Less) of the National Electrical Code. The distance to the
main switch shall be as short as possible. The size of the race-way and conductors
shall be uniform between the service weather-head (overhead) or the meter base
(underground) and the customer's disconnect device. When the service riser is used
as a point of attachment for the service drop, it shall not be smaller than two-inch rigid
galvanized steel conduit with no couplings in an area above the roof line or two feet
below the roof line.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 62
Electric Service in Illinois

On an underground service, the required conduit riser connected to the line


side of the meter socket shall not be smaller than two-inch conduit fitted with a
bushing at the open end for cable protection and extend at least two feet below final
grade level.

The size of service entrance conductors shall be determined by application of


the National Electrical Code, except that no service wire shall be smaller than No. 8
AWG.

509. Size of Neutral Conductors of Service Entrance

On three-phase, four-wire service connections, the following rules of neutral


conductor size shall be observed:

If the current in the phase conductor is in the range of 0 to 200 amperes,


the neutral conductor size shall be the same as the phase conductors.

If the current in the phase conductors is above 200 amperes, the neutral
conductor size shall not be less than the size specified in the National
Electrical Code.

510. Point of Attachment to Building

The point of attachment of the Company's overhead service wires to a building


must be of sufficient height to give a minimum clearance above ground at any point in
the span in accordance with the requirements of the National Electrical Safety Code.

The customer must provide a suitable support or riser to provide the proper
clearance for service wires to low buildings. If the service wires extend over a roof,
clearance in accordance with the National Electrical Safety Code must be met.

When the customer is required to supply a support or riser, it is recommended


that the customer consult with the Company regarding the type of support that will
meet the Company's requirements.

511. Support for Service Drop Attachment

When overhead service wires are attached to a building of other than wood
construction, a substantial support for the service is to be provided by the customer.
The location of the support shall be designated by the Company.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 63
Electric Service in Illinois

512. Service to Pole-Top Disconnect Switch and Current


Transformer Metering Device

If required, the Company will provide an overhead service from its overhead
distribution system to a customer-owned service pole with a pole-top disconnect
switch and current transformer metering device where only a single customer is
served from a transformer. This type of service is limited to a single suburban or rural
farm customer with a private overhead distribution system on the property.

513. Underground Service to Street Lights

Street lighting service is available under contract to any municipality or other


governmental agency within the Company's service area for the lighting of public
streets, public thorough-fares, and other outdoor public places.

For street lighting provisions in new residential subdivisions, see Paragraph


407.

The municipality or other governmental agency will be charged the additional


cost for providing underground service to Company-owned and operated street lights
in standard fixtures mounted on mast-arms attached to wood poles. This additional
charge shall be determined by calculating the difference between the estimated
construction cost of the underground system and the estimated construction cost of
an overhead distribution system.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 64
Electric Service in Illinois

SECTION VI

SERVICE FROM UNDERGROUND NETWORK DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

601. Standard Underground Network Service Connection

A standard underground network service connection, when the customer's load


does not exceed the usable capacity of the network, consists of underground low
voltage service cable from the Company's network system to the customer's main line
fused disconnect switch or circuit breaker. Such service connection will be installed by
the Company. The portion of the underground service connection located on the
customer's premises will be installed at the customer's expense. The customer shall
provide a suitable conduit from the property line to the disconnect switch or circuit
breaker to contain the cables of the service connection.

A standard underground network service connection, when the customer's load


exceeds the usable capacity of the network, will be supplied from a vault or industrial
type substation. At the option of the Company, space for the vault or industrial type
substation shall be provided within the customer's property line. The customer shall
provide a suitable vault or foundation and pad for power transformers and/or primary
switchgear when required. All necessary conduits for both the customer and the
Company within the customer's property line shall be installed at the customer's
expense.

602. Point of Delivery from Underground Distribution

The customer shall consult with the Company to determine the exact location
of the service entrance.

For a standard underground low voltage network service, the point of delivery
will be at the customer's property line.

When a separate vault or industrial substation is provided, the customer shall


extend and terminate his service entrance cables within the vault or at the power
transformer low voltage terminals.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 65
Electric Service in Illinois

603. Customer's Service Entrance Wiring

The customer's portion of the service entrance wiring is to be maintained by


the customer in accordance with provisions of the National Electrical Code. For the
standard low voltage network service, this is the wiring between the Company's
connection at the property line and the main building disconnect device. When a
separate vault or industrial substation is provided, this is the low voltage wiring
between the Company's vault terminals or transformer terminals and the main
building disconnect device. The customer shall furnish the fused disconnect device
or circuit breaker. The Company will provide short circuit information to be used in
determining the rating of the circuit interrupting device required at the service
entrance.

604. Type of Service Connection

Standard service available from the underground low voltage network is three-
phase, four-wire, 208Y/120 volts. All wiring in new buildings and the rewiring of
existing buildings to be served from the network must conform to this type of service.

At locations where it is definitely known that three-phase, four-wire service will


not be required, 208Y/120-volt, three-wire service and distribution equipment may be
installed if specifically approved by the Company.

At the option of the Company, service voltage available from a transformer not
connected to the low voltage network may be either three-phase, four-wire, 208Y/120
or 480Y/277 volts.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 66
Electric Service in Illinois

SECTION VII

METERS AND DISCONNECT DEVICES

701. General

All electric meters required to measure electric energy furnished to the customer
shall be installed, owned, and maintained by the Company. The customer shall provide
meter loops in the wiring installation for the connection of the Company's meters. A
diagram of the wiring required for the connection of each type of meter will be furnished
upon request.

Each set of service entrance conductors shall be provided with a means for
disconnecting all conductors in the building or other structures from the service entrance
conductors as specified by the National Electrical Code or the local municipal ordinances.

No metering loop shall be bypassed for any reason without the approval of the
Company.

Seals will be placed by the Company on all meters or meter enclosures and such
seals shall not be broken or disturbed by anyone other than authorized representatives of
the Company. Any infraction of this rule may be considered sufficient cause for
discontinuance of service after proper notice.

When the customer operates a private secondary distribution system serving a


farm or other installation, the customer shall own and maintain such private distribution
system at his expense. The Company will furnish a standard service connection, or its
equivalent, to connect the private distribution system to the Company's lines. It is
recommended that the meter loop for a farm distribution system be installed on a service
pole rather than on a farm building. All private systems shall be installed and maintained
in accordance with the National Electrical Safety Code.

702. Self-Contained Meter Installations

Outdoor meter installations are required for all new or remodeled buildings where
the load to be metered does not exceed 400 amperes, except in those instances where
such installations are not practical. Except in network areas, the meter is to be installed
outside the building in the service conduit or service entrance cable and on the supply
side of the service disconnect

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 67
Electric Service in Illinois

device. The meter terminals are limited to one wire under each terminal.

703. Instrument Transformer Installations

All services over 400 amperes capacity will be metered with instrument
transformers. For all such installations, the customer must provide approved metal
cabinets of sufficient size to enclose the instrument transformers with proper
clearances and provision for installing padlocks to secure the equipment in the
cabinet. The customer must also provide the secondary wiring raceways between the
instrument transformer cabinet and the meter socket. Where current transformers are
required, it shall be normal practice to install such transformers on the load side of the
main line disconnect device. Plans for a switchboard and other installations requiring
instrument transformers must be approved by the Company before work is started.
The Company will furnish and the customer shall install the instrument transformers
for the Company's metering system. Each secondary current transformer installation
shall be equipped with an individual supply side disconnect switch capable of being
padlocked in the open position.

704. Location of Meters

All self-contained meters shall be installed outside the building. Meters shall be
installed outdoors on a separate structure if the building served is subject to excessive
vibration.

All self-contained meters installed in single position meter sockets shall be


installed so that the top of the meter will be not less than three feet, nor more than six
feet, above the ground or floor.

In apartment buildings, condominiums, multiple -dwelling units, and other


installations where a number of meters are required, each set of meters and service
equipment shall be plainly marked with identification of the apartment or space which
it serves before service is provided.

705. Meter Boards

A meter board of soft lumber is to be provided by the customer as a part of the


roughing -in work for supporting the meter and cabinet on walls other than a flat
wooden wall. The Company, upon request, will furnish specifications for the meter
board.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for 1st Revised Sheet No. 68
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 68

706. Separate Metering

Except as otherwise provided herein, a separate meter shall be used to


measure the electricity that is consumed within, and controlled by the occupant of,
each individual unit contained in any new building, newly remodeled portion of an
existing building, or new mobile home park for which a building permit is obtained on
or after November 1, 1981 or, if no permit is required, for which construction is
commenced on or after November 1, 1981. Such separately metered consumption
shall be used as the basis for billing the occupant of the individual unit as a separate
customer.

For purposes of this rule, the following definitions shall apply:

a. Individua l unit in a building -- Each portion thereof which is separately


leased, rented, or owned.

b. Control -- The ability of the occupant of a unit to determine the time and
amount of electricity consumed therein. Electricity used for central space
heating, central water heating, central ventilation, or central air
conditioning systems is not "controlled" by the occupant of the individual
unit.

c. Remodeled portion of a building -- Each area in which interior alterations


are made that are required by local code or ordinance.

d. Mobile home park -- Contiguous parcels of land used for the


accommodation of occupied mobile homes.

e. Multiple-unit building - A building with more than four individual units.

Exceptions -- separate metering and billing of electricity shall not be required


for the following:

a. Units within buildings normally considered to be temporary domiciles,


such as motels, dormitories, health care facilities and nursing homes.

b. Residential units that do not have kitchen and bathroom facilities


separate from common use facilities.

Issued: December 22, 2000 Effective January 1, 2001


Filed in compliance with Commission Issued by James J. Howard,
Order in Docket No. 99-0580 Vice President
Dated December 6, 2000
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for 1st Revised Sheet No. 69
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 69

c. Portions of buildings in which separate metering is impractical, such as


concession stands in lobbies, and individual offices which share office
service areas.

d. Buildings for which space heating is provided by electric lighting and


thereby qualify for service under special rates.

e. Multiple-unit buildings that are designed as congregate, assisted-living care


facilities for elderly or handicapped persons.

707. Meter Tests Requested by Customer

a. If the Company is providing meter service to the customer, then upon


customer request, the Company shall test the customer's meter within 30
days after receiving the request, unless the customer agrees to a later
time. The meter test shall be performed between the hours of 7 a.m. and
4 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, unless some other time
is agreed upon by the Company and the customer. The test shall be
performed at the meter installation location and in the customer's
presence, unless the customer gives consent for the meter to be removed
and/or tested outside the customer's presence.

b. If the customer's meter has been tested at the request of another entity or
customer while in service at the same location within the past 6 months,
the Company may provide the results of such test in reply to the
customer's request in lieu of the test specified in subsection 707.a.

c. The Company shall not require any payment from the customer for a meter
test, unless a test has been performed on that meter at the customer's
request within the previous 12 months, or information has been provided as
in subsection 707.b within the past 6 months. In such cases, the customer
shall be required to pay $40.00 to the Company. The Company shall
refund the $40.00 deposit to the customer if the Company finds that the
meter over-registers by more than 2%.

Issued: December 22, 2000 Effective January 1, 2001


Filed in compliance with Commission Issued by James J. Howard,
Order in Docket No. 99-0580 Vice President
Dated December 6, 2000
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 69.10
Electric Service in Illinois

d. Commission Referee Tests

1. Upon written application to the Commission by any customer, the


Company shall test the customer's meter within 30 days after
receiving notice of the written request from a Commission
representative, unless the customer agrees to a later time. The
application for a Commission referee test shall be accompanied by
a fee of $20. The Company shall conduct this test under the
supervision of a representative of the Commission.

2. If upon test the meter is found to over-register by more than 2%, the
Company shall reimburse the customer the amount paid to the
Commission for the test. The entity shall also make any necessary
metering data adjustment.

e. The Company is under no obligation to perform more than 2 tests of the


same meter installed at the same location at the customer’s request within
a 12-month period, unless a Commission referee test is requested. After a
Commission referee test, the Company is under no obligation to test the
same meter for a period of at least 12 months.

Issued: December 22, 2000 Effective January 1, 2001


Filed in compliance with Commission Issued by James J. Howard,
Order in Docket No. 99-0580 Vice President
Dated December 6, 2000
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 70
Electric Service in Illinois

SECTION VIII

MOTORS, WELDERS, AND OTHER EQUIPMENT

801. General

The Company will furnish as a normal installation facilities adequate to supply


service, at the customer's service entrance, to a load equal to the maximum thirty-
minute demand of the customer of a power factor of not less than 85 percent lagging.

Each such installation shall include facilities for furnishing service at one
standard voltage. The standard voltage for residential service is 120/240-volt, three-
wire, single-phase. Commercial and industrial service characteristics will be
determined by the Company depending on the location, as stated in Sections IV and
V.

Where any of the customer's utilization equipment has characteristics which


will cause interference to the service of other customers or if the operation of the
customer's utilization equipment results in a low power factor, the customer shall, at
the request of the Company, provide suitable facilities to eliminate such interference
or improve such power factor or both. Otherwise, the Company shall have the right to
provide, at the expense of the customer, necessary facilities to improve the
customer's power factor to not less than 85 percent lagging or eliminate interference
to the service of others, as the case may be.

802. Motors

All motors served from the Company's secondary lines shall have nameplate
data showing the following: Manufacturer's name, horsepower, phase, frequency,
voltage, and full load amperes per terminal.

803. Single-Phase Motors

Individual fractional horsepower motors or automatic devices having only a


single motor with nameplate rating of 3/4 horsepower or less may be connected to
120-volt circuits. With respect to the application of this rule, all devices (including
electric room coolers) containing two or more motors which may operate
simultaneously shall be rated on total horsepower connected, not on the

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 71
Electric Service in Illinois

rating of the single largest motor in the device. If a motor-operated device subject to
the application of this rule is rated in amperes instead of in horsepower, such a device
having a total rating of 15 amperes or less may be connected to a 120-volt circuit.
Motor-operated devices having total rating in excess of 3/4 horsepower or 15
amperes must be connected to 240 volts.

Motors in sizes five horsepower and less (or locked-rotor current of 137
amperes and less) may be operated on a 240-volt, single-phase service. Single-
phase motors rated in excess of five horsepower (or having locked-rotor currents in
excess of 137 amperes) may be operated on a 240-volt, single-phase service only
with permission of the Company. Such installations must be equipped with multi-point,
resistance-type starters. Installations of single-phase motors aggregating more than
seven horsepower in total (or full load current of more than 40 amperes at 240 volts in
total) will be served only when approved by the Company prior to the installation of
such motors.

804. Three-Phase Motors

Motors rated in excess of five horsepower must be poly-phase except where


installation is to be made with Company approval in an area where poly-phase service
is not available. The Company should be consulted as to the service voltage available
for poly-phase motors.

Linestart motors of the approved type as set forth in Paragraph 805 up to and
including 50 horsepower may be connected to the Company's secondary lines.
Motors above 50 horsepower shall be wound-rotor type, synchronous, or of a type
having a starting scheme where the energy current on any starting step shall not
exceed the energy current of a 50-horsepower approved linestart motor of the same
voltage. The operation of linestart motors up to 75 horsepower will be permitted by
customers served at primary voltage. The customer must apply for written permission
to deviate from this rule.

805. Starting Current for Three-Phase Motors

The successful operation of motors and lighting apparatus requires that the
normal voltage of the supply circuit be maintained. As voltage regulation is affected by
the amount of current taken from the line, satisfactory service necessitates that
motors exceeding maximum allowable starting current must not be connected without
permission from the Company. Such permission

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 72
Electric Service in Illinois

will be granted only after special investigation has been made by Company engineers
and if it is found that operation of such motors will not impair electric service provided
by the Company.

Starting current is defined as the locked-rotor current at nameplate voltage.

The starting current of any three-phase motor during the starting or transition
cycle shall not exceed the current values indicated in the following table for the
voltages shown:

Amperes at Amperes at Amperes at


HP 208 Volts 240 Volts 480 Volts

5 95 90 45.0
7½ 129 121 60.5
10 153 145 70.2
15 217 205 102.2
20 264 250 125.0
25 380 360 180.0
30 400 380 190.0
40 590 560 280.0
50 700 692 346.0

806. Selection of Motors and Protective Equipment

The customer is urged to give special attention to the selection of motors of a


type and capacity that will insure the maintenance of a power factor satisfactory to the
customer and the Company. Upon request, the Company will assist the customer in
selecting the proper type and size of motors and equipment.

807. Protective Equipment

The customer is required to provide suitable protection in accordance with the


National Electrical Code for all motors so that the motor and the equipment to which it
is connected will be protected from injury and from improper or dangerous operation
in case of:

a. Overload
b. Loss of voltage
c. Low voltage
d. Loss of phase (single-phase on poly-phase motors)
e. Reversal of phase rotation of poly-phase service
f. Reestablishment of normal service after any of above.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 73
Electric Service in Illinois

The cause of these conditions may develop on the customer's premises and
the necessary protection can be provided only through the proper selection of the
customer's equipment. Lack of protection may result in needless damage to
equipment and the expense of delay and repair. Since a complete understanding of
the specific requirements is necessary, the customer is urged to consult the Company
regarding the equipment he intends to use. The Company is not responsible for
damage to the customer's motor caused by any of the above listed conditions.

"No voltage release" mechanisms should be of the time-delay type and set at
approximately two and one-half seconds wherever applied to motor drives requiring
continued operation.

In damp locations where there is danger of personal contact with the motor
frame or equipment electrically connected thereto, the frames of the connected
equipment should be adequately grounded in accordance with the National Electrical
Code.

The customer is requested to consult the Company concerning proper starting


controls prior to installing multi-speed motors or other special types of motors.

808. Welders

The welder transformer used as a part of the transformer-type arc welder shall
be of the double winding type and the secondary shall be thoroughly insulated from
the primary.

The final or stable short-circuit primary current for any transformer-type arc
welder for any welding current setting shall not exceed 150 percent of the rated
primary input current.

The input kVA of a transformer arc welder will be computed on the basis of
rated maximum input amperes (at rated output amperes) at rated primary voltage of
the welder.

Individual transformer-type arc welders having a rated primary input current not
exceeding 15 amperes may be operated on 120-volt, single-phase service.

Individual transformer-type arc welders for 208-volt or 240-volt, single-phase


connection, having a rated primary input not exceeding 8.5 kVA will be permitted at
any point where electrical service is available.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 74
Electric Service in Illinois

Larger welders shall be operated only upon special application and after
satisfactory arrangements have been made with the Company.

The connection of motor generator-type welders will be governed by the


applicable rules for the driving motor.

Applications for welder service must be accompanied by the following


nameplate information:

a. Transformer-Type Arc Welders

1. Name of manufacturer
2. Manufacturer's type designation and serial number
3. Frequency
4. Primary voltage
5. Maximum input (primary) amperes at rated output amperes
6. Output volts at rated output amperes
7. Rated output amperes
8. Rated duty cycle or time rating
9. Temperature rise in degrees C.

b. Transformer-Type Resistance Welders

1. Name of manufacturer
2. Manufacturer's type designation and serial number
3. kVA rating at 50 percent duty cycle
4. Primary frequency
5. Primary voltage
6. Maximum and minimum secondary voltages
7. Short circuit secondary current at maximum secondary
voltage and specified throat and gas setting.

809. Radio Transmitters

The Company will furnish service to radio transmitting stations if the customer
provides and maintains satisfactory equipment to protect the Company's meters,
transformers, and other apparatus against high voltage feedback or other conditions
which might damage Company facilities

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 75
Electric Service in Illinois

810. Electric Arc Furnaces

Written permission from the Company must be obtained before an electric arc
furnace can be connected to Company lines. The Company will specify minimum
furnace transformer reactance, minimum circuit breaker interrupting capacity, and
minimum requirements for furnace breaker control circuit equipment in order to insure
stability in system operation.

811. X-ray

X-ray machines drawing not more than two-kVA input may be connected to
120-volt lighting service. X-ray machines drawing in excess of two kVA input must be
connected to 240-volt or 208-volt service. All X-ray machines must have
manufacturer's nameplate showing the following data: kVA input, primary volts, and
primary amperes.

812. Signs

Flashing signs must be equipped with radio interference filters.

813. Battery Charging Rectifiers

Battery charging rectifiers are normally connected to 240-volt service.


However, such apparatus requiring less than 1650 watts may be connected to 120
volts. When two or more units aggregating more than 1650 watts are used, they must
be evenly divided on the two sides of a three-wire system or on two or more phases of
a poly-phase system.

814. Auto-Transformers

The permission of the Company shall be obtained in writing before auto-


transformers may be connected to Company lines.

815. Vacuum Tube Rectifiers, Electronic Elevator Controls, and Other


Electronic Equipment

Vacuum tube rectifiers or other electronic equipment will not be permitted on


unregulated circuits of the Company without the written permission of the Company.
The Company cannot assume liability for damage to electronic equipment connected
to the Company's system.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 76
Electric Service in Illinois

816. Interference of Service to Others

Flickering lights and other local disturbances are frequently caused by


equipment of unsuitable design. Motor-driven, reciprocating machinery, such as
compressors, refrigerators, air conditioning equipment, flashing signs, radio telegraph
transmitters, and welding apparatus, are often responsible for disturbances. Such
equipment must be so designed, mechanically and electrically, as to have reasonably
uniform power input in order not to cause excessive voltage interference to lighting
and other customer equipment. It is recommended that the customer consult the
Company's Energy Services Staff before purchasing such equipment. Such a
precaution may avoid expense to the customer for changes in the equipment or the
expense of increasing the line capacity. The Company reserves the right to
discontinue service until the appliance or device causing interference or interruption is
changed, removed, or replaced.

Issued: June 23, 1995 Effective July 1, 1995


Pursuant to Commission Issued by B. E. Gale,
Order in Docket No. 94-0439 Vice President
Dated May 3, 1995
| Indicates Change
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 1
Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 77
Electric Service in Illinois

SECTION IX

ELECTRIC ENERGY AND CAPACITY CONTINGENCY PLAN

901. General

This Emergency System Operation Plan describes the action to be taken in the
event of a bulk electric power supply deficiency on Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric
Company's system. These actions are necessary to insure maximum reliability of our
electric power supply and to safeguard customer service and public welfare. These
actions include procedures for activating ready reserve equipment, reducing
Company use of electrical energy to a minimum, voluntary load curtailment, voltage
reduction, and involuntary load curtailment. The actions to be taken during a capacity
emergency are consistent with Federal Power Commission Order No. 445 and
Operating Rules agreed to by participants of the Mid-Continent Area Power Pool
(MAPP). The actions to be taken during an energy emergency are consistent with
those prescribed in the Illinois Commerce Commission Docket No. 78-0397.

The Company reserves the right unto itself to make the sole determination as
to when the Plan shall be put in operation. It further reserves the right, consistent with
regulation, to modify the Plan as circumstances may dictate.

Copies of the Plan will be made available at the Company's Central Office in
Davenport, the Rock Island Service Building, and the Company's offices in Iowa City
and Fort Dodge.

All pre-existing instructions and practices relative to system operation and load
curtailment during bulk power supply emergencies are superseded, revised, and
incorporated in this Plan.

902. Anticipated Capacity Deficiencies

a. Action by System Energy Coordinator.

When a capacity deficiency is anticipated, the Electric System


Coordinator will take the following action in the sequence listed:

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1. Notify the System Operation Supervisor of the anticipated


capacity deficiency. If the System Operation Supervisor is
unavailable, contact the Superintendent, System Operation
Division.

2. Contact all MAPP participants and attempt to arrange for required


energy purchases.

3. If steps taken in "2" above do not eliminate the capacity


deficiency, all non-Pool companies with whom we are
interconnected shall be contacted and available energy
scheduled as needed.

4. If capacity scheduled in "2" and "3" above is inadequate, the


MAPP Coordination Center shall be notified of our capacity needs
and a request shall be made for available energy under the
MAPP Agreement.

5. Request reduction of Company use of electrical energy to


minimum amounts as provided in Exhibit A.

6. If capacity commitments obtained in "2-5" above are inadequate


to fulfill our requirements, advise the System Operation
Supervisor or if he is unavailable, the Superintendent, System
Operation Division, and request load curtailment measures be
authorized.

b. Authorization of Load Curtailment.

The Superintendent, System Operation Division, or in his absence, the


Supervisor acting for him, and the Manager, Energy Supply Department,
will evaluate the Electric System Coordinator's request for anticipated
load relief measures.

If, in their opinion, load relief will be necessary, they will recommend to
the Vice President-Electric Operation that necessary load curtailment
measures, outlined in this Plan, be authorized. The Vice President-
Electric Operation will be responsible for authorizing the initiation of
curtailment measures. In the event he is unavailable, the Manager,
Energy Supply Department, or the Superintendent, System Operation
Division, after consultation with the President, will assume this
responsibility

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Dated May 3, 1995
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If, in the judgment of the Vice President-Electric Operation, load


curtailment measures will be required, he will authorize the Manager,
Energy Supply Department, to implement established procedures for
load reduction and will advise the Vice President-Marketing; the Vice
President-Administration, Customer Services and District Operations;
and the President of the action which he has authorized and of the
probable duration of the emergency. Load curtailment will be by
voluntary load reduction, by voltage reduction, and by involuntary load
curtailment, in that order. Public information procedures shall be
instituted by the Vice President-Administration, Customer Services and
District Operations as outlined in Exhibit B. It is expected that the need
for load curtailment will normally be known on the day prior to the period
of curtailment.

c. Voluntary Load Curtailment.

If load relief is necessary and has been authorized, as outlined in "b"


above, the Superintendent, System Operation Division, will issue orders
to request voluntary load curtailment.

System Operation Division personnel will ask the Vice President-


Marketing to request that voluntary load curtailment by industrial and
wholesale customers be initiated as outlined in Exhibit C.

The Vice President-Administration, Customer Services and District


Operations will be notified by System Operation Division personnel that
it is necessary to initiate news media requests for voluntary load
curtailment by residential and commercial customers as outlined in
Exhibit B.

d. Voltage Reduction.

If additional load curtailment is necessary beyond the voluntary relief


obtained in "c" above, the Superintendent, System Operation Division,
will issue orders to execute the voltage reduction plan outlined in Exhibit
D. This will be accomplished through regular communication channels.

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The Vice President-Administration, Customer Services and District


Operations will be notified by System Operation Division personnel so
that appropriate releases can be made to radio and other news media
as out-lined in Exhibit B.

e. Involuntary Load Curtailment.

If the action taken in "c" and "d" above is not sufficient to offset the
capacity shortage, the Superintendent, System Operation Division, will
issue orders to initiate involuntary load curtailment. The following
procedures will be carried out in the sequence listed:

1. The Electric System Coordinator will implement the load


curtailment required as described in Exhibit E.

2. The Vice President-Administration, Customer Services and


District Operations will be notified by System Operation Division
personnel so that appropriate releases will be made to the news
media concerning involuntary load curtailment as outlined in
Exhibit B.

3. Whenever firm load is curtailed, firm power sales to


interconnecting utilities will be reduced by the Electric System
Coordinator in approximately the same proportion that firm load is
curtailed.

903. Unanticipated Capacity Deficiencies

When a capacity deficiency develops that has not been anticipated, the Electric
System Coordinator will notify the System Operation Supervisor and will take the
following action:

a. If the mean system frequency is stable at 59.9 Hertz (Hz) or above and
no internal or interconnected trans-mission facilities are seriously
overloaded, the responsible Electric System Coordinator will take the
following action:

1. Utilize all operating reserve.


2. Terminate all cancelable energy sales.
3. Take action described in Paragraph 902,
Anticipated Capacity Deficiencies.

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b. If the mean system frequency is stable at 59.9 Hz or above but internal


or interconnected transmission facilities are seriously overloaded and in
danger of burning down due to a capacity deficiency in an area or areas
of our system, the Electric System Coordinator will take action as
follows:

1. If time permits, follow the procedures described in "a" above


utilizing the steps that will help to eliminate the overload and
capacity deficiencies.

2. If "b.1" above cannot be accomplished in time to prevent line


burndown, usually ten minutes or less, curtail firm loads as
outlined in Exhibit F and notify the Superintendent, System
Operation Division, as soon as possible of this action so he can
advise the Manager, Energy Supply Department, who will notify
the Vice President-Electric Operation or in his absence, the
President.

904. Sudden and Unanticipated Major System Disturbance -- Low


System Frequency

The measures outlined in Paragraphs 902 and 903 of this Plan are designed to
guard against cascading outages of transmission and generating facilities which could
result in a total electric bulk power system failure.

In addition to these measures, the MAPP member systems have agreed to


take certain other measures to help assure continued safe and reliable system
operation during generating capacity deficiencies and declining system frequency
conditions. These measures are described in the MAPP Pool Operating Handbook.

a. If system frequency has declined below 59.9 Hz and the Company's


system is deficient in capacity, and internal or interconnected
transmission facilities are seriously overloaded and in danger of burning
down due to a capacity deficiency in an area of our system, the Electric
System Coordinator will take action as described in Paragraph 903,
Unanticipated Capacity Deficiencies.

b. If the system frequency continues to decline to 59.5 Hz, the gas turbine
power block located at the Moline Generating Station will automatically
commence its starting sequence by underfrequency relay operation if

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it is not in service. If the Moline gas turbine block is in service utilizing


gas fuel, it will be automatically converted to oil fuel.

c. If the system frequency continues to decline and is not arrested above


59.3 Hz, the underfrequency relays will operate to automatically shed
load from the system as outlined in Exhibit G.

d. If the system frequency declines below 58.5 Hz, the underfrequency


relays will be actuated automatically to open all 161-kV interconnections
if the direction of power flow is out of the Company's system, and
separate the Company's system from the 345-kV system if the power
flow is out of the Company's system into the 345-kV system by opening
the 161-kV breakers on the 345/161-kV transformers at Hills Substation,
Substation 56, Substation 39, and Substation 91.

e. If the system frequency continues to decline, additional load, as set out


in Exhibit G, will be shed by automatic underfrequency relay operation at
frequencies of 58.3 Hz, 58.0 Hz, and 57.7 Hz.

f. Power Plant operating personnel will remove certain steam generating


units from the system for station protection if the frequency falls to or
below 57.0 Hz.

g. The Electric System Coordinator on duty will notify the System


Operation Supervisor or in his absence, the System Operation Engineer
or the Superintendent, System Operation Division, as soon as possible
about the emergency conditions. The Superintendent, System Operation
Division, will advise the Manager, Energy Supply Department, who will
notify the Vice President-Electric Operation or in his absence, the
President about sudden unanticipated major system disturbance.
Information required for releases to the news media will be provided by
the Manager, Energy Supply Department.

905. Anticipated Energy Deficiencies

a. Authorization of Energy Curtailment.

Since an emergency resulting from a fuel or energy deficiency is a long-


term emergency as compared to a short-term capacity deficiency
emergency, there is adequate

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time so that the Manager, Energy Supply Department; the


Superintendent Administrative Division; and the Superintendent, System
Operation Division, can evaluate the need for load relief measures.

If, in their opinion, load relief will be necessary, they will recommend to
the Vice President-Electric Operation that energy curtailment measures
outlined in this Plan be authorized. The Vice President-Electric
Operation will be responsible for authorizing the initiation of such
measures. In the event he is unavailable, the Manager, Energy Supply
Department, after consultation with the President, will assume this
responsibility.

If, in the judgment of the Vice President-Electric Operation, energy


curtailment measures are required, he will authorize the Manager,
Energy Supply Department, to implement established procedures for
energy reduction and will advise the Vice President-Marketing; the Vice
President-Administration, Customer Services and District Operations;
and the President of the action he has authorized.

b. Action to be Taken Prior to Initiating Voluntary Energy Curtailment.

Prior to initiating procedures for energy reduction, the Company will


have attempted to obtain additional fuel to alleviate the projected short
fall by (a) requesting its regular suppliers to increase their deliveries, (b)
contacting alternative suppliers in the spot market to determine if
additional fuel can be purchased, and (c) taking such other action
deemed appropriate to help alleviate the emergency.

If the Company is unable to eliminate the short fall with additional fuel
purchase and it is estimated that the expected period of electricity
supply, as defined in Exhibit H, is 50 days, the following steps will be
initiated:

1. Modify its day-to-day operation as deemed appropriate to extend its expected


period of electricity supply by (a) deviating from normal economic loading schedules
to levelize distribution of fuel supplies, (b) changing from primary fuel to alternate
fuels, (c) limiting sales of interchange

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energy and making appropriate energy purchases from the


interchange market to extend its expected period of electricity
supply, and (d) deferring or rescheduling planned maintenance
outages if such action tends to correct the emergency.

2. Request reduction of Company use of electrical energy to


minimum amounts as provided for in Exhibit A.

3. The Energy Services Staff will survey major commercial and


industrial customers to determine the anticipated reduction in
energy requirements because of possible manufacturing
curtailments as the result of a shortage of supplies or fuel, and
the amount of noncritical loads that each of these customers
could shed if and when necessary.

c. Voluntary Energy Curtailment.

If the Company's fuel inventory continues to decrease and the expected


period of electricity supply is approximately 40 days, the Vice President-
Administration, Customer Services and District Operations will be
notified by the Vice President-Electric Operation, or his representative,
to initiate news media requests for voluntary load curtailment as
provided for in Exhibit C.

The appropriate Regulatory Commissions shall be notified 24 hours in


advance of making public appeals for voluntary energy curtailment.

d. Mandatory Load Curtailment.

1. Two weeks prior to implementing this step, the Company will


publicly request identification of life support systems, as defined
in Exhibit I, which will not function without a continuous supply of
electric energy.

The appropriate Regulatory Commissions and the public shall be


advised of the present status and that mandatory curtailment will
be instituted if the Company's fuel inventory continues to decline
and the Company's expected period of electricity supply declines
to 30 days.

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2. At the time the Company's expected period of electricity supply


reaches the specified level and with 24-hour advance notice to
the appropriate Regulatory Commissions, the Vice President-
Administration, Customer Services and District Operations will be
notified by the Vice President-Electric Operation, or his
representative, to initiate news media releases that all residential,
commercial, and industrial users of electric energy shall
immediately curtail usage by a uniform percent of their normal
requirements as specified by the Company.

The first mandatory curtailment requirement made of any


customer shall not exceed 30% of their normal requirements.
Each customer, except for all identified essential services as
defined in Exhibit I which will be exempt from full compliance,
shall be required to reduce usage by the specified percentage or
to the amount necessary to provide safety, security, and
minimum essential needs. Non-compliance will be subject to the
enforcement provisions of Exhibit J.

3. A system-wide voltage reduction, as provided for in Exhibit D, will


be initiated by the System Operation Division.

e. Manual Load Shedding.

If the Company's fuel inventory continues to decrease and the expected


period of electricity supply is approximately 25 days, manual load
shedding shall be instituted as provided for in Exhibit E upon 24-hour
advance notification to the appropriate Regulatory Commissions and
public notification as provided for in Exhibit B.

Such manual load shedding will be for periods not to exceed two hours
with the total interruption of each circuit not to exceed eight hours in any
24-hour period. Wholesale customers shall be requested by the Energy
Services Staff to interrupt their loads on a rotating basis to achieve the
same percentage level of load reduction as the Company.

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Dated May 3, 1995
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Rules and Regulations for Original Sheet No. 86
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The Company will implement progressive mandatory energy


curtailments by industrial, commercial, and residential customers, as
determined necessary, until the minimum requirements for basic plant
protection, safety, security, and minimum life support levels have been
reached.

906. Restoration of Normal Operation

The Electric System Coordinator will advise the Superintendent, System


Operation Division, when the system capacity situation permits partial or full
restoration of load which has been curtailed. The Superintendent, System Operation
Division, will keep the Manager, Energy Supply Department, informed of the system
status during capacity deficiencies and load curtailments and he will initiate proper
notification for the termination of any or all load curtailment measures in effect.
Normal service will be restored to customers in the sequence that will minimize
customer outage time.

907. Notification of Regulatory Bodies

The Superintendent, System Operation Division, or in his absence, the


Supervisor acting for him, will notify the Illinois Commerce Commission, the Iowa
State Utilities Board, and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of any
impending emergencies and load curtailment as outlined in System Control Room
Operating Orders No. 135.

908. Public Information Procedure

A Public Information Procedure, for use in the event of a bulk electric power
system emergency, is outlined in Exhibit B. The Vice President-Electric Operation will
advise the Vice President-Marketing and the Vice President-Administration,
Customer Services and District Operations of the action authorized, and they shall
proceed to disseminate the information by public news releases using usual
communication channels. The method of contacting customers concerning
involuntary load curtailment will be studied and revised as necessary.

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Schedule of Rates For Original Title Sheet
Electric Service in Illinois

SCHEDULE OF RATES

FOR

ELECTRIC DELIVERY SERVICE

IN

ILLINOIS

This schedule cancels the entire


MidAmerican Energy Company
Schedule formerly designated as:

Ill. C. C. No. 3

Replacing them with a new MidAmerican


Energy Company schedule in accordance
With the Commission’s Order in
Docket No. 00-0494

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March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 1
Electric Service in Illinois

Table of Contents

1. Availability 2
2. Nature of Service 3
3. Service Options 4
4. Definitions 5
5. Application for and Commencement of Services 9
6. Rates and Charges 11
7. Metering 21
8. Billing and Payment 22
9. Technical and Operational Requirements 24
10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service 30
11. Customer Information 42
12. Disconnection and Reconnection 45
13. Dispute Resolution 49
14. Miscellaneous General Provisions 50
Rider PS – Partial Service 51
Rider ISS – Interim Supply Service 53
Rider MS – Metering Service 55

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March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
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Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 2
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1. Availability

Availability
EDS will be available to:

All Residential and non-residential Customers designated by the


Company to be eligible for Delivery Services as set forth in
Section 16-104 of the Act.

Customer
Eligibility
All existing and new Customers are eligible.

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2. Nature of Service

Nature of Service
Energy Delivery Service (EDS)
Tariff Schedule EDS

Energy Delivery Service is a service offered by MidAmerican


Energy Company (Company) pursuant to the requirements of
the Electric Service Customer Choice and Rate Relief Act of
1997, as amended (Act). The purpose of EDS is
• To allow Customers to purchase Power and Energy from the
RES of their choice and have that energy delivered by the
Company over the Company’s transmission and distribution
system.
• To allow Delivery Services Customers to purchase Metering
Services from the Meter Service Provider of their choice.

Non-
Discrimination
of Service
All services provided under Tariff Schedule EDS will be priced
and made available to all Customers taking Delivery Service on
a nondiscriminatory basis regardless of the Customer’s choice
of Supplier for Power and Energy or Metering Services.

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March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
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3. Service Options

Distribution
Services
EDS will include the following services under this tariff schedule
and under the jurisdiction of the Illinois Commerce Commission
(Commission):

• Distribution of Power and Energy to Delivery Service


Customers on the Company’s distribution system.

• Reactive demand support to Delivery Service Customers on


the Company’s distribution system.

• Support services provided to Customers or Suppliers for the


provision of Power and Energy to Delivery Services
Customers including, but not limited to:
• Standard Billing and Customer services;
• Provision of Customer switching services; and
• Provision of historical Customer information.

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March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
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4. Definitions

Alternative Retail Electric Supplier (ARES)


Has the same meaning as the definition stated in Section 16-102 of the Act.

Bundled Tariff Rates


Full service bundled rates that are in effect and on file with the Commission
which apply to Customers taking service from the Company that are not taking
Delivery Service from the Company as defined in the Company’s Ill. C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates for Electric Service in Illinois.

Bundled Tariff Service


Full service bundled rates, terms, and conditions that are in effect and on file with
the Commission applying to Customers taking service from the Company that are
not taking Delivery Service from the Company as defined in the Company’s Ill. C.
C. No. 1 Schedule of Rates for Electric Service in Illinois.

Control Area
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); and
4. Provide sufficient generating capacity to maintain operating reserves in
accordance with Good Utility Practice.

Customer
Has the same meaning as the definition stated in Section 16-102 of the Act.

Direct Access Service Request (DASR)


The form used to process Customer switching information transmitted by
Suppliers and the Company.

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March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
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Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 6
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4. Definitions (Cont.)

Delivery Services
Those services provided by the Company that are necessary in order for the
transmission and distribution systems to function so that retail Customers located
in the Company’s service territory can receive Power and Energy from Suppliers
other than the Company.

Delivery Services Customer


Any eligible Customer (or their designated agent) taking Delivery Services under
this tariff.

Electric Utility
A public utility, as defined in Section 3-105 of the Act, that has a franchise,
license, permit or right to furnish or sell electricity to retail Customers within an
Illinois service area.

Energy Supply Coordinator


A single entity that manages the acquisition of Power and Energy, and Delivery
Services for a Customer in the case that a Customer takes Power and Energy
services from more than one Supplier, or an entity that aggregates Customers.
The Energy Supply Coordinator will be the single point of contact with the
Company for the Customer related to all matters of provision of Delivery Service.

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.

Letter of Agency (LOA)


A document, as described in Section 2EE(2) of the Consumer Fraud and
Deceptive Practices Act, whose sole purpose is to authorize a change in the
Supplier of Power and Energy.

Letter of Authorization
A document whose purpose is to authorize a change in the Supplier of Metering
Services.

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March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
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Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 7
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4. Definitions (Cont.)

Meter Information
With specific customer approval, the Company will provide certain information on
the customer’s utility-owned meter, to certified Meter Service Providers. Such
information will include:
• Metering type;
• Voltage;
• Number of meters associated with the accoun;t
• Other pertinent information.

Meter Service Provider (MSP)


An entity other than the Company that is registered with the Company to provide
unbundled Metering Services to Delivery Services Customers on the Company’s
delivery system. MSPs can be:
• ARES (must be certified with the Commission to provide unbundled Metering
Services)
• Other entities certified with the Commission to provide unbundled Metering
Services

Metering Services
An unbundled meter service provider will provide all of the metering services
listed in 83 Ill. Adm. Code Part 460.

Open Access Transmission Tariff (OATT)


Tariff on file with the Federal Regulatory Energy Commission (FERC) and under
the jurisdiction of the FERC that specifies the rates, terms, and conditions for the
provision of transmission and ancillary services on the Company’s transmission
system.

Power and Energy


The generation component of electric service, not to include Delivery Services.

RES
Refers to suppliers of Power and Energy, and includes:
• Alternate Retail Electric Suppliers (ARES)
• Electric Utilities in Illinois

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4. Definitions (Cont.)

Residential Customer
One whose service is furnished for domestic purposes.

Service
Shall be used to indicate Delivery Service and/or Metering Services.

Small Commercial Customer


A nonresidential Customer consuming 15,000 kWh or less annually.

Standard Billing Functions


Billing services will include but not be limited to:
• Receive meter reads, meter usage, multipliers, and correction factors from
MSP providing Metering Services;
• Perform reasonableness checks of meter information received from the
MSP providing Metering Services;
• Perform any totalization, summarization, or other manipulations of meter
data received from MSP required to calculate bills;
• Calculate bill including due dates, taxes, implementation of any 83 Ill.
Adm. Code Part 280 requirements, payment arrangements, budget billing,
and tracking of account receivable;
• Verifying, printing, sending the bill;
• Processing and posting delivery services payments to customer accounts;
• Perform bill corrections.

Supplier
An entity other than the Company that is registered with the Company to provide
Power and Energy and/or Metering Services to Customers on the Company’s
delivery system. Suppliers can be:
• ARES (must be certified with the Commission)
• Electric Utilities in Illinois
• Meter Service Providers (must be certified with the Commission)

Transmission Customer
Any eligible Customer (or its designated agent) that has executed a service
agreement under the Company’s OATT, in effect by approval of the Federal
Energy Regulatory Commission.

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March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 9
Electric Service in Illinois

5. Application for and Commencement of Services

Applications for new service with the Company shall be governed by the same
rules as those prescribed by the Company under its Bundled Tariff Service with
the following additional terms and conditions:

Responsible
Parties
• The Company will be responsible for all physical connections
of service. Suppliers will not be allowed to connect
Customers to the Company’s delivery system.

• The MSP will be responsible for connections of service


associated with the metering processes outlined in 83 Ill.
Adm. Code Part 460.

• Requests for commencement of service can be received


from a Customer or from that Customer’s Supplier.

• Requests for commencement of service by the Customer’s


Supplier must be done by submitting a DASR to the
Company as governed by the Switching Suppliers and
Returning to Bundled Service section of this tariff.

Selection of
Energy
Supplier
Upon application for service, Customers eligible to take service
under this tariff will be provided a list of Suppliers authorized to
offer Power and Energy or Metering Services on the Company’s
delivery system. Such information will include:
• Supplier name and address
• Phone number

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 10
Electric Service in Illinois

5. Application for and Commencement of Services (Cont.)

New
Customers
• If a Customer that is eligible to receive service under this
tariff applies for turn-on of service and is not currently taking
service on the Company’s distribution system, a DASR must
be provided to the Company in order for the Customer to
purchase Power and Energy or Metering Services from a
RES or MSP.

• Unless an approved DASR has been provided to the


Company by a RES or MSP for a new Customer, the
Company will provide full Bundled Tariff Service to that
Customer under its applicable Bundled Tariff Rates.

• Company will provide Metering Services to Delivery Services


Customers under Rider MS unless specified otherwise in the
DASR.

Moving
Customers
If a Customer applies for turn-on of service and is already being
provided Power and Energy or Metering Services by a RES or
MSP at a previous location within the Company’s distribution
system, a DASR needs to be submitted to maintain service from
that RES or MSP. Changes in such Customer’s account
resulting from a new application of service will be forwarded to
the Customer’s RES or MSP.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 11
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Rates and Charges

Rate Class
Definitions
The following rate class designations shall apply to Customers
taking Delivery Services under this tariff:

• Rate SS: Substation Service


Available to Customers taking service at 4 kV or above
directly from a substation whose primary voltage is 69 kV
and above. The Customer will furnish all transformers,
circuit breakers, and other equipment required for taking
service.

• Rate P: Primary Service


Available to Customers taking service at 4 kV or above
directly from a Company primary feeder. The Customer will
furnish all transformers, circuit breakers, and other
equipment required for taking service.

• Rate STD: Secondary Three Phase Demand


Service
Available to Customers taking three-phase service at
voltages below 4 kV.

• Rate STE: Secondary Three Phase Energy


Service
Available to Customers taking three-phase service at
voltages below 4 kV.

• Rate SSD: Secondary Single Phase Demand


Service
Available to Customers taking single phase service at
voltages below 4 kV.

• Rate SSE: Secondary Single Phase Energy


Service
Available to Customers taking single phase service at
voltages below 4 kV.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 12
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

• Rate R: Residential Service


Available to Residential Customers taking single phase
service for:
• Use in a single family dwelling unit
• Use in a dwelling unit where a residence and a
business are combined in one residential premises
and the predominant use is for residential p urposes.
• Apartment buildings in which
• Service to each individual apartment is metered
separately
• Use of electricity in connection with the operation of
such apartment buildings may be
• Served through a separate meter or
• Served through one of the apartment meters.
• Use in the home and on the farm
• Supplied through a single meter or
• Separate meters required to supply farming
operations located at such a distance that they cannot
be connected to the main meter. Service supplied
through each such additional meter shall be billed
separately under this rate.
• Limited to the use of service within the residence on
the farm and that required for all general farming and
agricultural purposes conducted on the premises.
• Not available to establishments in farming areas for
processing, distributing, or selling farm or other
products which do not originate through production on
the premises served. The appropriate commercial
rate shall be applied to such service.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 13
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

• Rate LS: Street Lighting Service


• Rate LP: Private Lighting Service

Rate LS and Rate LP shall be defined as Rates 43 and


Rates 46 respectively are defined under the Company’s
Bundled Tariff Rates with all terms and conditions applying
to Rates 43 and 46 in the Company’s Bundled Tariff Rates
applying to Rates LS and LP under this tariff schedule.

Common
Definitions

The following common definitions, terms, conditions and fees shall apply to sales
under all tariff provisions of this tariff schedule:

Billing
Demands
• Billing demands for any month will be the maximum 30
minute kilowatt demand established during the billing period.

Late Payment
Charges
• For all sales under this tariff, a late payment charge of 1½%
per month of the past due amount will be added to the
amount of the bill where payment is not received
• Within 14 days for non-residential customers from the
date of the bill
• Within 21 days for Residential Customers from the date
of the bill.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 14
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

Reactive
Demand
Charges
• For Customers taking Delivery Service under Rates SS and
P, a reactive demand charge will apply.

• The reactive demand charge will be made for each kilovar by


which the Customer’s maximum 30 minute reactive demand
in each month is greater than 50% of the Customer’s
maximum kW demand in the same month. The minimum
number of kilovars billed in any month will be the maximum
number of kilovars measured in the current month or during
any of the preceding 11 months for which a charge is made.
The charge is $0.14/kilovar/month.

Adjustment
for Primary
Metering
• Where primary metering is in service for Rates STD, STE,
SSD and SSE, all kW and kWh metered will be reduced by
1.64%.

• Where secondary metering is in service for Rates P and SS,


all kW and kWh metered will be increased by 1.64%.

Minimum
Charge
• The minimum monthly bill shall be
• The service charge for all customers other than Rate SS
and Rate P
• The service charge plus billing demand charge of
• 10,000 kW for Rate SS customers
• 200 kW for Rate P customers

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 15
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

Distribution
Services

Applicability
• Distribution service includes costs for the following services:
• Delivery of Power and Energy over the Company’s
distribution facilities;
• Standard Billing and Customer services.

• This service does not include costs for the following


services:
• Provision of Customer switching services;
• Provision of historical Customer information;
• Provision of meter read information;
• Calculation and provision of energy imbalance
information;
• Measurement of Power and Energy.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 16
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

Distribution
Prices (Non-
Lighting Rates)
• The following monthly distribution price schedule shall apply
to Customers taking Delivery Service from the Company and
will apply to all usage being served through this tariff
schedule.

Service Usage Demand


Rate Class Charge Charge Charge
SS $ 80.91 N/A $ 1.52
P $ 52.12 N/A $ 3.30
STD $ 12.22 N/A $ 4.48
STE $ 8.24 $0.01594 N/A
SSD $ 7.31 N/A $ 5.15
SSE $ 5.43 $0.02026 N/A
R $ 5.83 $0.02539 N/A

Where:
• Service charges are paid on a per month basis
• Usage charges are paid on a per kWh basis for all months of
the year on all kWh used in a billing month
• Demand charges are paid on a per kW basis and apply to
the Customer billing demand for each month

Issued April 10, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 17
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

Distribution
Prices (Lighting
Rates)
The following rates shall apply to Rate LS and Rate LP and will be
charged on a $/light/month basis:

Mercury Vapor
Watt Lumens Rate LS(a) Rate LS (b) Rate LS(c) Rate LP
100 3,500 $ 4.63 N/A N/A $ 2.53
175 7,000 $ 4.93 $ 1.74 $ 0.95 $ 2.85
250 10,000 $ 5.43 $ 2.04 $ 1.25 $ 3.55
400 18,000 $ 6.08 $ 2.65 $ 1.87 $ 4.33
1,000 48,000 $ 6.76 $ 4.96 $ 4.17 $ 7.47

High Pressure Sodium


Watt Lumens Rate LS(a) Rate LS (b) Rate LS(c) Rate LP
70 5,000 N/A N/A $ 0.52 N/A
100 8,500 $ 5.03 $ 1.84 $ 0.66 $ 2.94
150 14,500 $ 5.25 $ 2.05 $ 0.88 $ 3.17
250 23,000 $ 5.86 $ 2.47 $ 1.30 $ 3.98
400 45,000 $ 6.49 $ 3.06 $ 1.89 $ 4.74
1,000 125,000 N/A $ 5.34 $ 4.16 N/A

Metal Halide
Watt Lumens Rate LS(a) Rate LS (b) Rate LS(c) Rate LP
70 5,900 N/A N/A $ 0.52 N/A
100 8,900 N/A $ 1.84 $ 0.66 N/A
175 14,000 N/A $ 2.11 $ 0.93 N/A
250 20,000 N/A $ 2.43 $ 1.25 N/A
400 35,000 N/A $ 3.04 $ 1.87 N/A
1,000 90,000 N/A $ 5.35 $ 4.17 N/A

Where:
Rate LS(a) refers to Company-owned and maintained lights
Rate LS(b) refers to Customer-owned and Company-maintained lights
Rate LS(c) refers to Customer-owned and maintained lights

Issued April 10, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For 1st Revised Sheet No. 18
Electric Service in Illinois Canceling Original Sheet No. 18

6. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

Miscellaneous
Charges

• All sales to the Customer under this tariff schedule will be subject to
the following miscellaneous charges and fees to the same extent
as they would apply to the Customer’s Bundled Tariff Rate:

• Rider 1 – Excess Facilities (where applicable)


* • Rider 2 - Energy Efficiency Cost Recovery Adjustment
• Rider 7 – State Utility Tax Addition
• Rider 9 – Municipal Tax Addition
• Rider 10 – Energy Assistance Charge
• Rider 12 – Nuclear Decommissioning
• Rider 13 – Municipal Compensation Adjustment
• Rider 14 – Recovery of Environmental Costs
• Rider 16 – Renewable Energy Resources and Coal
Technology Assistance Charge
• Additional charges approved by the Commission that may apply
to this tariff schedule

Poles and Spans

• Customers taking Delivery Service under Rate LP shall be subject


to the following charges for additional poles and spans:

• $1.59 per month for each standard distribution pole (not over 40
feet) required in addition to existing poles

• $0.21 per month for each additional span of overhead circuit

Issued: May 23, 2008 Effective: June 1, 2008


Pursuant to Commission
Final Order in Docket No. 08-0108 Issued by: Naomi G. Czachura
Asterisk (*) indicates change. Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 19
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

Rates -
Customer
Switching

DASR Fee
The Company will charge Suppliers $5.00 per DASR for
processing DASR forms and recording Customer switch
information.

Off-Cycle
Switching
Fees
• The Company will accommodate requests for switch dates
other than the normal switch dates defined in DASR
Requirements of Switching Suppliers and Returning to
Bundled Service section of this tariff, where possible and will
charge an additional fee for switching on the requested non-
normal switch date according to the following schedule:
• $8.50 per account for EDI
• $15.00 per account for non-EDI

Customer
Information
Fee
• The Company will:
• Not charge requesting parties for providing customer
information via the Company’s self-service Web site.
• Charge all requesting parties (with the e xception of
customers) $5.00 per meter for providing Customer
Information via any method other than the Company’s
self-service Web site.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 20
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

Adjustment
for Primary
Metering
• In cases where primary metering is installed at the
Company’s convenience, no additional charge will be applied
for primary metering. In cases where primary metering is
installed for the Customer’s convenience, an additional
charge of $35 will be
• Applied in cases where primary metering is installed for
the Customer’s convenience
• Credited in cases where secondary metering is installed
for customers in rate classes where primary metering is
the standard installation

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 21
Electric Service in Illinois

7. Metering

Basis for
Delivery
Charges
• All data used for the determination of delivery charges
(including charges for financial settlement) will be recorded
by the Company or by Meter Service Provider-owned meters
and will be retrieved by the Company or Meter Service
Provider.

• Meter read information used for the purposes of determining


delivery charges may not be accepted from Customers,
RESs or CSMs.

• Customers may not own, nor provide, any of the Metering


Services outlined in 83 Ill. Adm. Code Part 460 and must
purchase all such services from the Company or a
registered Meter Service Provider.

• Customers will be required to have interval metering when


• Taking Delivery Services under Rate SS or Rate P
• Taking Rider PS - Partial Service under Options 2, 3, or 4

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 22
Electric Service in Illinois

8. Billing and Payment

Billing

Billing provisions under this tariff schedule shall be those contained in the
Company’s Bundled Tariff Service with the following exceptions and conditions:

Single Bill
Option
• Company will allow RESs to bill Delivery Service Customers
for delivery charges under the following terms and
conditions:

• RESs shall assume legal responsibility for payment of


Company delivery service billings without regard to the
timing or extent of payment by the Delivery Service
Customers.

Delivery
Information
Requirements
on the Bill
• All bills to the Delivery Service Customer from the Company
or from a RES must contain the Company’s name and
delivery unit phone number as the point of contact for
outages and Delivery Service related emergencies.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 23
Electric Service in Illinois

8. Billing and Payment (Cont.)

Delivery
Information for
Multiple
Suppliers
• In the case of multiple RESs providing Power and Energy to
a Delivery Service Customer, Delivery Service billing
information will be sent to the Customer’s Energy Supply
Coordinator.

Budget Plans
• Budget billing plans offered by the Company to Customers
taking service under Bundled Tariff Rates will be available to
the Company’s Delivery Service Customers taking service
under this tariff schedule under the same terms and
conditions as for amounts billed by the Company.

• Budget billing plans will not be available to RESs billing for


Delivery Services.

Remittance

Remittance provisions under this tariff schedule shall be those contained in the
Company’s Bundled Tariff Service with the following exceptions and conditions:

Single Bill
Option
• If payment for delivery charges is not received from RESs,
Delivery Service Customers paying delivery charges to their
RESs for such services will not be liable for payment of
those services to the Company.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 24
Electric Service in Illinois

9. Technical and Operational Requirements

Delivery
Service
Interruptions
• The Company will not be responsible under this Tariff for the
delivery of Power and Energy not received in part or in whole
at the designated transmission point of delivery, for whatever
reason.

• In the event that Delivery Service interruptions are required


to maintain safe and reliable operation of the system, such
interruptions will be allocated proportionately among all
Delivery Service Customers whose load contributes to the
need for the reduction without regard to the Customer’s
choice of Supplier when such proportional interruptions can
be accommodated within Good Utility Practice.

• In the event of unplanned outages, service will be restored to


Customers in accordance with Good Utility Practice without
regard to the Customer’s choice of Supplier.

Indemnification
• The Customer shall at all times indemnify, defend, and save
the Company harmless from any and all damages, losses,
and claims, including claims and actions relating to injury to
or death of any person or damage to property, demands,
suits, recoveries, costs, and expenses, court costs, attorney
fees, and all other obligations by or to third parties arising
out of or resulting from the Company’s performance of its
obligations under this Tariff on behalf of the Customer,
except in cases of willful negligence or intentional
wrongdoing by the Company.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 25
Electric Service in Illinois

9. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Line Extensions
• The Company’s policy concerning 1½ times annual revenue
calculations for line extension allowances will continue to be
in effect under this tariff schedule with annual revenue being
calculated as the amount of revenue that would be paid by
the Customer to the Company for Distribution Services as
defined in the Rates and Charges section of this tariff.

• This policy will be in effect for all Customers taking service


under or eligible to take service under this tariff.

Request for
Service at
Specific
Voltages
• Delivery Service Customers will have the option to request to
purchase Delivery Service at any Delivery Service voltage
and at any point of delivery that is reasonably and
technically feasible from the electric facilities serving that
Customer’s premise, provided that there are no significant
adverse impacts upon system reliability or system efficiency.
Such requests will not be unreasonably denied.

• Services will be provided at prices determined on a case by


case basis. Such prices will include the undepreciated costs
of the facilities no longer used and taxes associated with
such payments.

Regulatory
Filings
• Nothing contained in the tariff shall be construed as affecting
in any way the right of the Company to unilaterally make
application to the Commission for a change in rates, terms
and conditions, charges, or classification of service pursuant
to the Commission’s rules and regulations.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 26
Electric Service in Illinois

9. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Contract
Assignments
• A Supplier may assign to another Supplier or to the
Company its contractual responsibilities to deliver Power
and Energy to a Customer provided that the contract with
the Customer makes explicit provisions for such assignment.

• Assignment of contracts will only be allowed to:


• The Company; or
• Other Suppliers successfully registered with the
Company according to the terms and conditions of
this tariff

• Submission of DASRs to the Company for contracts that are


assigned to another party will be required as specified in the
Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service
section of this tariff.

• Assignment of contracts will also be subject to the Customer


consent provisions of the Switching Suppliers and Returning
to Bundled Service section of this tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 27
Electric Service in Illinois

9. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Emergency
Energy
• Emergency Energy is a short-term service (up to 6 hours per
MAPP policy) which may be arranged by a RES for
purposes of minimizing disruption of service to Customers if
their primary source of generation is lost. A RES may
procure Emergency Energy by purchasing operating
reserves ancillary services (Spinning and Supplemental).
Acquiring these services entitles a Customer to access
Emergency Energy should the need arise. The operator of
the control area where the provider of operating reserves
resides will make arrangements to deliver Emergency
Energy upon Customer request.

• If operating reserves ancillary services are purchased from


the Company the price will be the tariff rate for these
services. The cost of energy delivered under such
arrangement, will be passed on to the Customer at the
applicable power pool rate for Emergency Energy, together
with any additional transmission charges.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 28
Electric Service in Illinois

9. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Backup Supply
• Backup Supply is electric generating capacity and energy of
a long-term nature needed (1) to replace the loss of its
generation sources, and (2) to cover that portion of the
Customer’s load that exceeds its generation supply for more
than a short time (not to exceed the time provision for
Emergency Energy).

• The RES or Customer must make their own arrangements


for Backup Supply. The Company will not be accountable
for a RES's deficiency of power supply capacity under that
RES's load reporting obligations.

• In the event that Backup Supply is needed but has not been
arranged by the RES or Customer, the Company’s recourse
will be to switch the end-use Customer to Rider ISS - Interim
Supply Service under terms of this tariff.

Non-
Discriminatory
Provision of
Information
• The Company will not provide any Supplier access to
information related to the distribution of electricity which is
not otherwise made publicly available, provided that the
Company shall not be prevented from providing a Supplier
information regarding the Supplier’s own Customers.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 29
Electric Service in Illinois

9. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Non-
Discriminatory
Provision of
Service
• Delivery Services shall be priced and made available to all
Customers electing Delivery Services on a nondiscriminato ry
basis regardless of whether the Customer chooses the
Company, an affiliate of the Company, or another entity as
its supplier of Power and Energy or Metering Services, in
accordance with applicable Commission rules.

• The Company will permit new Customers who seek Delivery


Services to receive Power and Energy and Metering
Services from their chosen supplier in the same manner as
new Customers who receive bundled service from the
Company subject to the eligibility provisions of this tariff.

Other Terms
and Conditions
• In addition to the terms and conditions in this tariff schedule,
service hereunder shall be subject to the Company’s terms
and conditions and rules and regulations applicable to the
Company’s Bundled Tariff Rates.

• In the event of a conflict between the terms and conditions


and rules and regulations applicable to Bundled Tariff Rates
and the terms and conditions contained in this tariff
schedule, the terms and conditions of this price schedule
shall control with respect to service under this price schedule
and the terms and conditions and rules and regulations
control with respect to service under any other applicable
price schedules.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 30
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service

Switching
Suppliers

DASR
Requirements
• For a Customer to purchase Power and Energy or Metering
Services from a RES or MSP other than the Company, a
Direct Access Service Request (DASR) must be submitted to
the Company by the RES or MSP proposing to provide
Power and Energy to the Customer.

• DASRs provided by RES or MSPs will be accepted only from


RESs or MSPs registered with the Company under the
Application for and Commencement of Services terms of
SEDS tariff or SMS tariff.

• The DASR must contain the following information:

• Customer name;
• Customer address;
• Meter number;
• Customer account number;
• Flag to request historical usage;
• Flag for multiple RESs;
• Flag to request metering information
• Service to be switched;
• Billing option identifier;
• Electronic Data Interchange sender and receiver
identifiers (if required);
• Requested beginning date of service to the Customer;
and
• Energy supply coordinator (if required)
• Name
• Address
• Phone Number

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 31
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service


(Cont.)

• Each DASR received must contain information for only one


Customer account number.

• Multiple meters assigned to a single account will all be


switched to the new RES or MSP unless the Company is
otherwise notified.

• For switches to take place, DASR information must be


received within the following time frames prior to the
beginning date of service. These shall be:
• No earlier than 45 days and
• For customers eligible to receive delivery services on
October 1, 1999, no later than 7 calendar days.
• For customers eligible to receive delivery services on
December 31, 2000:
• No later than 10 days between December 31, 2000
and June 30, 2001;
• No later than 7 calendar days on or after July 1, 2001.

• Requests received outside these time frames will be rejected


except minimum time frames may be waived for Small
Commercial Customers and Residential Customers retur ning
to Bundled Tariff Services.

• DASRs submitted by MSPs will be rejected if an approved


DASR has not been provided by a RES for that account.

Fees
• The Company will charge Suppliers for processing DASR
forms and recording Customer switch information as outlined
in Rates and Charges section of this tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service


(Cont.)

Switch Dates
• Normal switch dates for Customers for whom DASR forms
have been accepted will be the Customer’s next regularly
scheduled meter read date that meets the time frames
outlined in DASR Requirements of this section.

• Meter read schedules will be provided to RESs and MSPs at


no charge at the time of registration with the Company.

• The Company will accommodate requests for switch dates


other than the normal switch dates defined in DASR
Requirements of this section, where possible and will charge
an additional fee for switching on the requested non-normal
switch date according to the schedule in Rates and Charges
section of this tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 33
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service


(Cont.)

Customer
Authorization
to Switch
• Prior to the submission of a DASR, it is the responsibility of
the RES or MSP to obtain written authorization from the
Customer in the form of a signed LOA or other contract
substa ntially containing the terms of a LOA.

• Completed LOA forms must be provided to the Company


upon request.

• LOA forms must be signed and must contain the following


information:
• Date of agreement;
• Service to be switched;
• Customer of record;
• Service address;
• Mailing address;
• Account number; and
• Meter number.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 34
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service


(Cont.)

Multiple
Requests
• The first DASR form received for an individual account in
each billing period will be processed.

• Once a DASR has been accepted, any subsequent DASRs


received for the same effective date will be rejected.

• If an effective rescinding DASR for the initial valid DASR is


received in a timely manner, the first DASR filed after the
date of rescission will be accepted as long as it meets the
time frames outlined in DASR Requirements of this section.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 35
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service


(Cont.)

Terms and
Conditions
Between
Delivery
Service
Customers
and Suppliers
• The following information must be disclosed to the Customer
in the terms and conditions provided by a RES or MSP to a
Customer who has agreed to purchase Power and Energy or
Metering Services from the Supplier:

• The rate charged by the RES or MSP and the existence


of any additional charges which the Customer may be
required to pay in order to complete Delivery Services
transactions;

• The LOA or the Letter of Authorization authorizes the


RES or MSP to receive customer information from the
Company;

• All electric Power and Energy and /or Metering Services


associated with the account number provided in the
DASR will be switched;

• Specifications of any charges that may be assessed by


the RES or MSP for switching RESs or MSPs; and

• If additional charges may apply, a statement of disclosure


noting so.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 36
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service


(Cont.)

Customer
Notification
• The Company will notify Customers by U.S. Mail of DASR
approval and that they will be switched to an alternative
RES. At a minimum, the notification will include the following
language:

• This notification confirms your choice to change your


electric supplier. Your new supplier is ____________. If
you have any questions please call them at XXX-XXXX.

• Company will continue to be your provider of delivery


services. If you have any questions on your delivery
services (e.g., outage) please call us at XXX-XXXX.

• If, after receipt of a confirmation letter, a Customer contacts


the Company indicating they do not want to switch to the
RES indicated in the confirmation letter, the Customer must
contact that RES to resolve the dispute.

New or Moving
Customers
• Customer switching procedures for new Customers or
Customers moving from a previous premise will be according
to the terms and conditions of the Application for and
Commencement of Services section of this tariff schedule.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 37
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service


(Cont.)

Notification of
Customer
Switches
• Upon processing of a DASR, the Company will notify that
Customer’s current Supplier and the Customer that the
Customer will be purchasing Power and Energy from a new
Supplier.

• The Company will provide the date upon which the Customer
will be receiving Power and Energy from the new Supplier to
both the new and existing Supplier.

• No cancellation DASR is required from a current Supplier


when a new enrollment DASR is provided by a new Supplier
for subsequent billing months.

• A cancellation DASR is required for a RES to voluntarily


terminate the current Customer’s provision of Power and
Energy.

• For switching of MSPs, the Company will only notify the


Customer in cases when the Customer switches to the
Company-supplied Metering Services.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 38
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service


(Cont.)

Switching of
Load to
Multiple RESs
• Delivery Service Customers may elect to purchase Power
and Energy from multiple RESs under the condition that the
Customer designates a single Energy Supply Coordinator to
interface with the Company.

• Information concerning the designation of the Energy Supply


Coordinator must be submitted in conjunction with the
submittal of a DASR.

• OATT contractual relationships will be only between the


Company and the Transmission Customer that has
confirmed transmission service and ancillary service
reservations under the OATT.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 39
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service


(Cont.)

Switching of
Partial Loads
• Delivery Service Customers may elect to purchase a portion
of their Power and Energy from a RES and the remainder
from the Company under the terms, conditions, and prices
specified in the Rider PS – Partial Service of the
Miscellaneous General Provisions section of this tariff
schedule.

• The Customer shall designate a single Energy Supply


Coordinator to interface with the Company.

• OATT contractual relationships will be only between the


Company and the Transmission Customer that has
confirmed transmission service and ancillary service
reservations under the OATT.

• Information concerning the designation of the Energy Supply


Coordinator must be submitted in conjunction with the
submittal of the DASR.

• Delivery Service Customers purchasing partial Power and


Energy requirements from a Supplier must have interval
recording meters installed on the Customer’s premise:
• By the Company for Customers who do not have MSPs
or who purchase partial service under Rider PS – Partial
Service Options 2, 3, or 4 of the EDS tariff.
• By the MSP for Customers purchasing Metering Services
from MSPs.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 40
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service


(Cont.)

Return to
Bundled
Services

Applicability
• Any Customer taking or applying for service under this tariff
schedule will be allowed to return to service under the
Company’s Bundled Tariff Rates upon failure to choose a
supplier of Power and Energy after expiration of service
under Rider ISS - Interim Supply Service if the Bundled Tariff
Rate that would normally be offered to the Customer still
exists.

• Return to bundled service for Customers for whom Interim


Supply Service expires will not be allowed if the Bundled
Tariff Rate that would normally be offered to the Customer if
the Customer were to take service from the Company under
its Bundled Tariff Rates no longer exists.

• Any Small Commercial Customer or Residential Customer


taking service under this tariff schedule will be allowed to
voluntarily switch their service to the Company’s Bundled
Tariff Rates at any time.

Minimum Term
• Delivery Service Customers returning to Bundled Tariff
Rates under either of these options must remain on the
Company’s Bundled Tariff Rates for at least one year after
the date of switch, or other minimum term stated in the
Company’s Bundled Tariff Rate.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 41
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service


(Cont.)

Customer
Switching Rules
• Return to Bundled Tariff Service will be subject to the
Switching Suppliers of this section. The minimum time frame
requirement may be waived for Small Commercial
Customers and Residential Customers returning to Bundled
Tariff Service.

Return to
Bundled
Metering
Services
• Any Delivery Service Customer who loses their MSP for any
reason is eligible to purchase Metering Services under Rider
MS.

• Delivery Service Customers canceling service for unbundled


energy supply also cancel unbundled Metering Services

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 42
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Customer Information

Consent
• Historical Customer usage information may be requested by
a Customer, a RES, an MSP, or an agent acting on the
Customer’s behalf.

• If the requesting party is not the Customer, the requesting


party must first obtain verifiable authorization from the
Customer in order for the Company to release such
Customer information.

• Letter of Agency (LOA) forms or Letter of Authorizations


obtained from the Customer by a requesting RES or MSP
(see Switching Suppliers and Returning to Bundled Service
section of this tariff schedule) will be considered sufficient
Customer consent for the purpose of providing Customer
information to a requesting party.

Blocking
Requests
• In the event that a Customer requests their historical account
information not be released, the Company will block the
release of such specific information.

• A Customer may make a request to block via telephone or in


writing.

• Requests to remove blocks will only be accepted in writing.


LOAs or Letters of Authorization will be sufficient to unblock
the release of Customer information.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 43
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Customer Information (Cont.)

Request
Requirements
• To request Customer information for a specific Customer, a
requesting party (other than the Customer) must provide the
following information for the Customer for which such
information is requested:

• Meter Number (only one required for accounts with


multiple meters)
• Distribution Account Number

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 44
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Customer Information (Cont.)

Information to
be Provided
• Upon request, the Company will provide the following
Customer information to requesting parties to the extent it is
readily available:

• Usage history for the prior 24 months (energy and


demand);
• Load profile assignments (for load profiled Customers);
• Hourly load information (for non load profiled Customers);
• Delivery rate classification;
• Meter Information;
• Dates of service.

• Information will be provided no later than 5 business days


after receipt and validation of the request.

• Information will be provided for the current Customer only.


Usage information in the Company’s records for the account
requested that does not pertain to the Customer currently
taking service at the requested premise will not be provided.

• Billing information will be limited to usage information and


associated time periods and will not include any credit
information.

• Information will be provided one time only per Customer


authorization.

Fees
• The Company will charge requesting parties for providing
Customer information as outlined in the Rates and Charges
section of this tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 45
Electric Service in Illinois

12. Disconnection and Reconnection

Disconnection

Disconnection provisions under this tariff schedule shall be those contained in


the Company’s Bundled Tariff Service and as governed by 83 Ill. Admin. Code
Part 280 with the following additional conditions:

Responsibility
for Physical
Disconnection
of Service
Company reserves the sole right and responsibility for physical
disconnections of Customers from the Company’s delivery
system. Physical disconnection of Customers from the delivery
system by a RES or MSP is prohibited.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 46
Electric Service in Illinois

12. Disconnection and Reconnection (Cont.)

Termination of Energy
Supply
• Nothing in this tariff is to be construed to prevent Suppliers
from terminating or refusing to provide Power and Energy or
Metering Services to Delivery Service Customers to whom
they are currently providing service for any reason except as
provided for in Section 16-115(A)(i) of the Act.

• Should a Supplier decide to terminate the supply of Power


and Energy or Metering Services, the RES or MSP must
provide a cancellation DASR to the Company informing the
Company they are no longer providing such service to the
Customer. Such DASR must meet the time frames outlined
in DASR Requirements of Switching Suppliers and Returning
to Bundled Service section in this tariff. Cancellation will be
effective on the next regularly scheduled Company meter
read date.

• Delivery Service Customers for whom Power and Energy is


lost or terminated through no fault of their own because of a
default of their RES for whom Emergency Energy Service or
Backup Supply has not been arranged will be provided
service under the Company’s Rider ISS - Interim Supply
Service rates.

• Delivery Service Customers for whom Metering Services are


lost or terminated for any reason will be provided service
under the Company's Rider MS – Metering Service.

Single Bill
Option
• Disconnection provisions in this tariff or under the
Company’s Bundled Tariff Service will not apply to Delivery
Services Customers receiving service under the single bill
option from RESs as provided for in this tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 47
Electric Service in Illinois

12. Disconnection and Reconnection (Cont.)

Expiration of
Interim Supply
Service
• Customers taking Interim Supply Service from the Company
for whom Interim Supply Service expires will be
disconnected from the Company’s delivery system if:

• The Customer is not eligible to return to Bundled Tariff


Service for any reason; or

• The Customer fails to select a Supplier of Power and


Energy and the Bundled Tariff Rate that would normally
be offered to the Customer if the Customer were to take
service from the Company under its Bundled Tariff Rates
no longer exists.

Reconnection

Reconnection provisions under this tariff schedule shall be those contained in the
Company’s Bundled Tariff Service and as governed by 83 Ill. Admin. Code Part
280 with the following additional conditions:

Responsibility
for Physical
Reconnection
of Service
• Company reserves the sole right and responsibility for
physical reconnections of retail Customers to the Company’s
delivery system. Physical reconnections to the delivery
system by an alternate RES or MSP are prohibited.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 48
Electric Service in Illinois

12. Disconnection and Reconnection (Cont.)

Reestablish-
ment of Power
and Energy
Service
• Nothing in this tariff is to be construed to prevent Suppliers
from reestablishing the provision of Power and Energy or
Metering Services to Delivery Service Customers for any
reason.

• Should a Supplier decide to reestablish the provision of


Power and Energy or Metering Services, the Supplier must
provide a DASR to the Company informing the Company
they are reestablishing Power and Energy or Metering
Services to the Customer.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 49
Electric Service in Illinois

13. Dispute Resolution

Dispute
Resolution
• Complaints concerning charges, practices, facilities or
services provided by the Company shall be investigated
promptly and thoroughly. All written complaints will be
acknowledged in writing or verbally. The Company shall
keep such records of complaints as required by 83 Ill. Adm.
Code 410.

• If the complaint cannot be resolved at the initial inquiry point,


the information will be promptly referred to the employee or
department who has authority to take appropriate action to
resolve the complaint. Any complaint, if unresolved by the
prior action, will be referred to the appropriate management
employee for resolution.

• The final step for any unresolved informal complaint will be a


filing with the consumer affairs Division of the Commission,
by either the complainant or the Company, for a resolution of
the issue.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 50
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions

Credit
• Credit provisions for Customers under this tariff schedule will
be those contained in the Company’s Bundled Tariff Service.

• Credit assurance may be required from Delivery Service


Customers who return to tariff service after taking Delivery
Service from the Company. Credit terms will be governed by
83 Ill. Admin. Code Part 280.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 51
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Rider PS –
Partial Service

Applicability
• Delivery Service Customers may elect to purchase part of
their Power and Energy requirements under Delivery
Services tariffs and part of their service from the Company
under Bundled Tariff Rates.

Identification of
Partial Loads
• Customers must identify the portion of their load to be served
under this Partial Service rider by one of the following
methods or another method mutually agreeable to the
company and the Customer:

Option 1: Separate metering will be utilized for the loads


served by the Company under this price
schedule.

Option 2: Loads served by the Company under this price


schedule shall be a constant percentage of the
Customer’s total load each hour.

Option 3: All Customer loads up to a specified constant


load level in each hour will be served by the
Company under this price schedule.

Option 4: All Customer loads greater than a specified


constant load level in each hour will be served
by the Company under this price schedule.

• Except for Partial Service Option 1, Customers must


purchase Metering Services from the Company.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 52
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Prices
• Power and energy purchased under this price schedule
under Options #1 and #2 will be served at the bundled rate
that would apply if all service were provided by the
Company, with minimum demand requirements being
waived.

• Power and energy purchased under this price schedule


under Options #3 and #4 will be served under

• Rider No. 17, Non-Residential Real Time Pricing of Ill. C.


C. No. 1 for non-residential Delivery Services Customers,
with minimum demand and metering requirements being
waived and RTP Basic Service Charges prorated based
on the percentage of the Customer’s total energy usage
purchased under this price schedule.

• Rate No. 11, Optional Time of Day Residential Electric


Service for Residential Delivery Services Customers with
Time of Day Basic Service Charges prorated based on
the percentage of the Customer’s total energy usage
purchased under this price schedule.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 53
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Rider ISS –
Interim Supply
Service

Applicability
• Interim Supply Service is a short-term bundled full service
offering available to any Delivery Services Customer that
has no other supplier of Power and Energy for reasons
including, but not limited to:

• Involuntary loss of Power and Energy from their existing


Supplier beyond provisions covered by Emergency
Energy Service;

• Normal termination of a contract for the provision of


Power and Energy from their existing supplier; or

• Continuation of loss of supply after expiration of


Emergency Energy Service.

• Such service will be for a period no longer than two full


billing cycles during which Customers may select a supplier
of Power and Energy.

• Upon expiration of Interim Supply Service, customers who


fail to select a supplier of Power and Energy may return to
Bundled Services under the terms outlined in the Return to
Bundled Services section of this tariff.

• Customers who are not eligible for Bundled Services will be


disconnected from the Company’s distribution system.

• Interim Supply Service is not available for sale for resale.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 54
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Prices
• At the Company’s discretion, power and energy purchased
under this price schedule will be served under a Bundled
Tariff Rate for which the customer is eligible or
• Rider No. 17, Non-Residential Real Time Pricing of Ill. C.
C. No. 1, with metering and contract requirements being
waived for non-residential Customers.
• Rate No. 11, Optional Time of Day Residential Electric
Service of Ill. C. C. No. 1, with metering and term of
service requirements being waived for Residential
Customers.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 55
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Rider MS –
Metering
Service

Nature of
Service
Metering Service (MS)
Rider Schedule MS

Metering Service is a service offered by MidAmerican Energy


Company (Company) pursuant to the requirements of the
Electric Service Customer Choice and Rate Relief Act of 1997,
as amended (Act.) The purpose of MS is to allow Customers to
purchase Metering Services (as defined in Tariff Schedule EDS)
from the Company.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 56
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Non-
Discrimination
of Provision of
Service
• Metering Service shall be priced and made available to all
Customers electing Delivery Services on a nondiscriminatory
basis regardless of whether the Customer chooses the
Company, an affiliate of the Company, or another entity as
its supplier of Power and Energy, in accordance with
applicable Commission rules.

• The Company will permit new Customers who take Delivery


Services to receive Metering Services from the Company in
the same manner as new Customers who receive bundled
service from the Company subject to the eligibility provisions
of the EDS tariff.

Availability
MS will be available to:

• All Customers taking Delivery Services under the Company’s


Tariff Schedule EDS.

• Delivery Services Customers who do not purchase Metering


Services from a Meter Service Provider must take Metering
Services under this rider.

• A Customer purchasing Metering Services under this rider


must take all Metering Services as defined in 83 Ill. Adm.
Code Part 460.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 57
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Returns
• Any Delivery Services Customer who loses their Meter
Service Provider for a ny reason is eligible to return to
Company-supplied Metering Service.

• Delivery Services Customers canceling service for


unbundled energy supply also cancel unbundled Metering
Services.

Basis for
Delivery
Charges
• The Company will own and maintain metering equipment on
all Delivery Services Customers under this rider for the
purposes of determining distribution charges and for
determining estimated hourly energy requirements for the
purpose of energy imbalance settlement.

• All data used for the determination of delivery charges


(including charges for financial settlement) will be recorded
by Company-owned meters and will be retrieved by the
Company.

Supplier
Metering
• Supplier-provided metering equipment will be allowed on any
Customer’s premise so long as such equipment is to be
placed on Customer-owned facilities on the Customer’s side
of existing metering facilities in accordance with applicable
codes.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 58
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Standard
Metering
The Company will furnish metering capable of billing delivery
service for the rate class selected by the Customer, and for
which the Customer is eligible. The following metering will, at
Company’s discretion, constitute standard metering for the Rate
Classes designated.

Rate Class Standard Metering Type

SS • Self-contained, 3-phase Energy,


Demand, Reactive, Reactive Demand,
Interval Data Recorder, Modem
• Instrument-rated, 3 -phase Energy,
Demand, Reactive, Reactive Demand,
Interval Data Recorder, Modem

P • Self-contained, 3-phase Energy,


Demand, Reactive, Reactive Demand,
Interval Data Recorder
• Instrument-rated, 3 -phase Energy,
Demand, Reactive, Reactive Demand,
Interval Data Recorder

STD • Self-contained, 3-phase


Energy/Demand
• Instrument-rated, 3 -phase,
Energy/Demand

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 59
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Rate Class Standard Metering Type

STE • Self-contained, 3-phase Energy or


Energy/Demand
• Instrument-rated, 3 -phase, Energy or
Energy/Demand

SSD • Self-contained, Single-phase


Energy/Demand
• Instrument-rated, Single-phase,
Energy/Demand

SSE • Self-contained, Single-phase Energy or


Energy/Demand
• Instrument-rated, Single-phase, Energy
or Energy/Demand

R • Self-contained, Single-phase Energy


• Instrument-rated, Single-phase, Energy

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 60
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Requested
Meter Tests
a) Upon another interested entity’s request, the Company shall
test the meter within 30 days after receiving the request,
unless the requesting entity agrees to a later time. The
meter test shall be performed between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, unless the
Company and the requesting entity agree upon some other
time. The test shall be performed at the meter installation
location and in the presence of a representative of the
requesting entity, unless the requesting entity gives consent
for the meter to be removed and/or tested without the
representative’s presence.
b) If the meter has been tested at the request of another party
while in service at the same location within the past 6
months, the Company may provide the results of that test in
reply to the entity’s request in lieu of the test specified in
subsection (a).
c) Meter tests requested by other entities may be performed at
any time agreeable to both the Company and the requesting
entity if the customer’s electrical service will not be
interrupted by the test. If the customer’s electrical service
will be interrupted by the test, the Company or requesting
entity shall obtain permission from the affected customer to
interrupt the service before the test is performed.
d) The entity requesting the meter test shall be required to pay
the actual cost (not to exceed $250) of performing the test to
the Company. The Company shall refund the payment to
the requesting entity if the meter over-registers by more than
2%. No entity shall induce a customer to request a meter
test on behalf of that entity to avoid paying the actual cost of
the meter test.
e) The Company shall not be required to provide more than 1
test on the same meter at the same location more than once
every 3 years at the request of another entity, unless the
other entity requests a Commission referee test.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 61
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

f) If an entity requests a Commission referee test, the


requesting entity shall pay $20 to the Commission and the
actual cost (not to exceed $250) of the test to the Company.
If the meter over-registers by more than 2%, the Company
shall refund both fees to the requesting entity and make any
necessary meter data adjustment. The Company shall not
be required to provide a Commission referee test on the
same meter at the same location more than once every 12
months.

Definition of
an “Entity”
An entity shall include an electric utility while providing electric
power and energy outside its service area, any ARES providing
services subject to 83 Ill. Adm. Code 410, and any electric
cooperative or municipal system but only when it provides
services as an ARES outside its service territory.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 62
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Meter Service
Prices
• The following monthly meter service charge schedule shall
apply to existing Customers taking delivery service under
Tariff EDS, using existing installed metering, and selecting
the Company as their MSP.

Monthly
Metering
Service Charge
Meter Type, Standard for Rate per Meter
Interval Data Recorder, kVARh, kW, kWh,
modem – (standard configuration for Rate $ 12.91
SS)
Interval Data Recorder, kVARh, kW, kWh
$ 10.63
– (standard configuration for Rate P)
Interval Data Recorder, kW, kWh $ 6.59
3-phase, kW – (standard configuration for
$ 5.24
Rate STD)
3-phase, kWh – (standard configuration for
$ 5.00
Rate STE)
1-phase, kW – (standard configuration for
$ 4.37
Rate SSD)
1-phase, kWh, transformer-rated –
$ 2.56
(standard configuration for Rate SSE)
1-phase, kWh, self-contained – (standard
$ 2.23
configuration for Rate R)

Issued April 10, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 6
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 63
Electric Service in Illinois

14. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

• Customers requesting non-standard meter configurations for


their rate, or customers requiring non-standard meter
configurations based on their load characteristics will be
charged based on actual meter configuration in service
based on the above price schedule.

Adjustment for
Primary
Metering
• Adjustment for primary metering will be according to the
terms and conditions of Adjustment for Primary Metering of
the Rates and Charges section of this tariff.

Meter
Upgrades
• The Company will upgrade existing metering equipment at
the Customer’s premise with metering equipment that
conforms to Company standards upon request of the
Customer or the Customer’s Supplier.

• The Company will charge the requestor the incremental cost


of upgrading metering equipment, including the cost of
installation.

• Upgrade requests will normally be completed within 30 days


of the Company receiving the request.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Title Sheet
Electric Service in Illinois

SCHEDULE OF RATES

FOR

SUPPLIER ELECTRIC DELIVERY SERVICE

IN

ILLINOIS

This schedule cancels the entire


MidAmerican Energy Company
Schedule formerly designated as:

Ill. C. C. No. 4

Replacing them with a new MidAmerican


Energy Company schedule in accordance
With the Commission’s Order in
Docket No. 00-0494

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 1
Electric Service in Illinois

Table of Contents

1. Availability 2
2. Nature of Service 3
3. Definitions 7
4. Application for and Commencement of Services 12
5. Rates and Charges 20
6. Metering 24
7. Billing, Payment, and Remittance 27
8. Electronic Data Exchange 28
9. Load Profiling 30
10. Technical and Operational Requirements 32
11. Switching and Termination 42
12. Dispute Resolution 54
13. Miscellaneous General Provisions
Rider SBO – Single Bill Option 55
Credit 57
Customer Information 59

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 2
Electric Service in Illinois

1. Availability

SEDS will be available to:

• All Alternative Retail Electric Suppliers (ARES) certified and


approved by the Commission to provide energy services in
the State of Illinois that have successfully registered with the
Company to provide electric energy services on the
Company’s delivery system.

• All other Illinois Electric Utilities that have successfully


registered with the Company to provide or manage the
acquisition of electric energy services on the Company’s
delivery system.

• Customers that have successfully registered with the


Company as Customer Self-Managers (CSMs) to manage
the acquisition of electric energy services on the company’s
delivery system.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 3
Electric Service in Illinois

2. Nature of Service

Nature of
Service
Supplier Energy Delivery Service (SEDS)
Tariff Schedule SEDS

Supplier Energy Delivery Service is a service offered by


MidAmerican Energy Company (Company) pursuant to the
requirements of the Electric Service Customer Choice and Rate
Relief Act of 1997, as amended (Act). The purpose of SEDS is
to allow Suppliers and Customer Self-Managers (CSM) deliver
Power and Energy to the Company’s Delivery Service
Customers over the Company’s transmission and distribution
system.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 4
Electric Service in Illinois

2. Nature of Service (Cont.)

Distribution
Services
SEDS will include the following services under this tariff
schedule and under the jurisdiction of the Illinois Commerce
Commission (Commission):

• Distribution of Power and Energy to Delivery Service


Customers on the Company’s distribution system.

• Reactive demand support to Delivery Service Customers on


the Company’s distribution system.

• Support services provided to Customers or Suppliers for the


provision of Power and Energy to Delivery Services
Customers including, but not limited to:
• Standard billing and Customer services;
• Measurement of Power and Energy to Delivery Services
Customers for Company-supplied Metering Services;
• Provision of Customer switching services;
• Provision of historical Customer information;
• Provision of meter read information for Company-
supplied Metering Services; and
• Calculation and provision of energy imbalance
information.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 5
Electric Service in Illinois

2. Nature of Service (Cont.)

Complemen-
tary Trans-
mission
Service
Transmission services complementary to SEDS will be provided
through the Company’s Open Access Transmission Tariff
(OATT) or applicable regional tariff under the jurisdiction of the
Federal Regulatory Energy Commission (FERC). Such services
include:

• Transmission services provided through the OATT


applicable to service on the Company’s transmission system.

• The following ancillary services under the OATT applicable


to delivery within the Company’s control area.
• Schedule 1 – Scheduling, System Control and Load
Dispatch
• Schedule 2 – Reactive Supply and Voltage Control from
Generation Sources Service

The Company will also offer to provide the following ancillary


services under the OATT

• Schedule 3 – Regulation and Frequency Response Service


• Schedule 4 – Energy Imbalance Service
• Schedule 5 – Operating Reserve (Spinning Reserve Service)
• Schedule 6 – Operating Reserve (Supplemental Reserve
Service)

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 6
Electric Service in Illinois

2. Nature of Service (Cont.)

Non-
Discrimination
of Service
All services provided under Tariff Schedule SEDS will be priced
and made available to all Suppliers on a nondiscriminatory basis
regardless of the Customers being served by that Supplier or
that Supplier’s business affiliation.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 7
Electric Service in Illinois

3. Definitions

Alternative Retail Electric Supplier (ARES)


Has the same meaning as the definition stated in Section 16-102 of the Act.

Bundled Tariff Rates


Full service bundled rates that are in effect and on file with the Commission
which apply to Customers taking service from the Company that are not taking
Delivery Service from the Company as defined in the Company’s Ill. C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates for Electric Service in Illinois.

Bundled Tariff Service


Full service bundled rates, terms, and conditions that are in effect and on file with
the Commission applying to Customers taking service from the Company that are
not taking Delivery Service from the Company as defined in the Company’s Ill. C.
C. No. 1 Schedule of Rates for Electric Service in Illinois.

Control Area
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); and
4. Provide sufficient generating capacity to maintain operating reserves in
accordance with Good Utility Practice.

Customer
Has the same meaning as the definition stated in Section 16-102 of the Act.

Customer Self-Manager (CSM)


A Customer that registers with the Company for the purposes of arranging for
and acquiring their own supply of Power and Energy for use at the Customer’s
premise.

Direct Access Service Request (DASR)


The form used to process Customer switching information transmitted by
Suppliers and the Company.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 8
Electric Service in Illinois

3. Definitions (Cont.)

Delivery Services
Those services provided by the Company that are necessary in order for the
transmission and distribution systems to function so that retail Customers located
in the Company’s service territory can receive Power and Energy from Suppliers
other than the Company.

Delivery Services Customer


Any eligible Customer (or their designated agent) taking Delivery Services under
Tariff Schedule EDS.

Electric Utility
A public utility, as defined in Section 3-105 of the Act, that has a franchise,
license, permit or right to furnish or sell electricity to retail Customers within an
Illinois service area.

Interim Supply Service


Short-term full service bundled offering available to any Delivery Services
Customer taking service under Tariff Schedule EDS that loses their supply of
Power and Energy as defined in Tariff Schedule EDS.

Energy Supply Coordinator


A single entity that manages the acquisition of Power and Energy, and Delivery
Services for a Customer in the case that a Customer takes Power and Energy
services from more than one Supplier, or an entity that aggregates Customers.
The Energy Supply Coordinator will be the single point of contact with the
Company for the Customer related to all matters of provision of Delivery Service.

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 the acceptable practices, methods, or acts
generally accepted in the region.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 9
Electric Service in Illinois

3. Definitions (Cont.)

Letter of Agency (LOA)


A document, as described in Section 2EE(2) of the Consumer Fraud and
Deceptive Practices Act, whose sole purpose is to authorize a change in the
Supplier of Power and Energy.

Meter Information
With specific Customer approval, the Company will provide certain information on
the Customer’s utility-owned meter, to certified Meter Service Providers. Such
information will include:
• Metering type;
• Voltage;
• Number of meters associated with the account;
• Other pertinent information.

Meter Service Provider (MSP)


An entity other than the Company that is registered with the Company to provide
Metering Services to Delivery Services Customers on the Company's delivery
system. MSPs can be:
• ARES (must be certified with the Commission);
• Other entities certified with the Commission to provide unbundled Metering
Services.

Metering Services
An unbundled meter service provider will provide all of the Metering Services
listed in 83 Ill. Adm. Code Part 460.

Open Access Transmission Tariff (OATT)


Tariff on file with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and under
the jurisdiction of the FERC that specifies the rates, terms, and conditions for the
provision of transmission and ancillary services on the Company’s transmission
system.

Power and Energy


The generation component of electric service, not to include Delivery Services.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 10
Electric Service in Illinois

3. Definitions (Cont.)

RES
Refers to suppliers of Power and Energy, and includes:
• Alternate Retail Electric Suppliers (ARES)
• Electric Utilities in Illinois

Residential Customer
One whose service is furnished for domestic purposes.

Service
Shall be used to indicate Delivery Service and/or Metering Services.

Small Commercial Customer


A nonresidential Customer consuming 15,000 kWh or less annually.

Standard Billing Functions


Billing services will include but not be limited to the following:
• Receive meter reads, meter usage, multipliers, and correction factors from
MSP providing Metering Services;
• Perform reasonableness checks of meter information received from the
MSP providing Metering Services;
• Perform any totalization, summarization, or other manipulations of meter
data received from MSP required to calculate bills;
• Calculate bill including due dates, taxes, implementation of any 83 Ill.
Adm. Code Part 280 requirements, payment arrangements, budget billing,
and tracking of account receivable;
• Verifying, printing, sending the bill;
• Processing and posting delivery services payments to Customer accounts;
• Perform bill corrections.

Supplier
An entity other than the Company that is registered with the Company to provide
Power and Energy and/or Metering Services to Customers on the Company’s
delivery system. Suppliers can be:
• ARES (must be certified with the Commission)
• Electric Utilities in Illinois
• Meter Service Providers (must be certified with the Commission).

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 11
Electric Service in Illinois

3. Definitions (Cont.)

Transmission Customer
Any eligible Customer (or its designated agent) that has executed a service
agreement under the Company’s OATT, in effect by approval of the Federal
Energy Regulatory Commission.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 12
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services

ARES
Eligibility
All ARES that wish to be eligible to take and/or provide services
under this tariff must meet the following requirements:

• ARES must be certified by the Commission to provide


energy services in the State of Illinois under the certification
process approved by the Commission.

• ARES must successfully register and maintain qualifications


for registration with the Company to provide energy services
to Customers on the Company’s delivery system in
accordance with the procedures described in this tariff
section and the applicable rules of the Commission.

Utility
Eligibility
All Illinois Electric Utilities that wish to be eligible to take and/or
provide services under this tariff must meet the following
requirements:

• Successfully register and maintain qualifications for


registration with the Company to provide energy services to
Customers on the Company’s delivery system in accordance
with the procedures described in this tariff section.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 13
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services (Cont.)

Customer Self-
Manager
All Customers that wish to be eligible to take services under this
tariff as Customer Self-Managers must meet the following
requirements:

• Successfully register and maintain qualifications for


registration with the Company in accordance with the
procedures described in this tariff section.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 14
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services (Cont.)

Registration
Requirements
(ARES and
Electric
Utilities)
• ARES and Electric Utilities that wish to take service under
this tariff must complete a registration p rocess with the
Company.

• ARES and Electric Utilities registering with the Company


must provide the following information:

• Name and address;


• Certified copy of articles of incorporation, partnership,
etc., (if applicable);
• Evidence of qualification to do business in Illinois;
• Evidence of certification by the Commission if registration
is received on or after January 1, 2000;
• Evidence of request of certification by the Commission if
registration is received prior to January 1, 2000;
• Transmission Customer arrangements under the OATT;
• Commission license number (if applicable);
• Federal and state tax identification numbers;
• Credit information;
• Reciprocal Delivery Service access information (if
applicable);
• Name and address of registered agent for service in
Illinois.

• A RES must provide registration information to the Company


no later than 60 days prior to the date the RES intends to
start providing Power and Energy to Customers on the
Company’s delivery system.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 15
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services (Cont.)

• Company will send confirmation of receipt of registration


request and an indication whether the request is complete
and valid to each RES making such a request within five
working days of the Company receiving the request. The
confirmation of receipt will include the name of a point of
contact at the Company.

• Company will approve or deny each registration request, or


substantively respond advising the RES what additional
information needs to be provided to make an application
complete so it can be approved or denied, within 15 days of
receipt of registration.

Registration
Requirements
(Customer Self-
Managers)
• Customers that wish to take service under this tariff as CSMs
must complete a registration process with the Company.

• Customers registering with the Company as CSMs must


provide the following information:

• Name and address;


• Transmission Customer arrangements under the OATT.

• Customers registering as CSMs must provide registration


information to the Company no later than 60 days prior to the
date the Customer intends to start purchasing services under
this tariff.

• Company will send confirmation of receipt of registration


request and an indication whether the request is complete
and valid to each CSM making such a request within five
working days of the Company receiving the request. The
confirmation of receipt will include the name of a point of
contact at the Company.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 16
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services (Cont.)

• Company will approve or deny each registration request, or


substantively respond advising the RES what additional
information needs to be provided to make an application
complete so it can be approved or denied, within 15 days of
receipt of registration.

Waiting Period
• Each RES must provide registration information to the
Company at least 15 days prior to the submission of an
enrollment DASR form to the Company.

Meter Service
Provider Lists
• The Company will make available to registered RESs and
CSMs a list of MSPs registered to provide Metering Services
on the Company's delivery system.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 17
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services (Cont.)

Cancellation
• The Company reserves the right to cancel the registration for
any Supplier or CSM.

• Cancellation of registration can take place for the following


reasons:

• Failure to submit good faith schedules;


• Failure to acquire emergency supply and/or backup
supply services;
• Failure to properly report end-use load obligations;
• Failure to pay on a timely basis for Company-supplied
Delivery Services;
• Declaration of bankruptcy;
• Loss of or failure to receive certification from the
Commission;
• Reasons other than those stated above subject to
Commission approval.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 18
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services (Cont.)

Education
Provisions
• RESs and CSMs are encouraged to educate themselves on
the terms and conditions of the use of the Company’s
delivery system for supplying energy to Delivery Service
Customers.

• RESs requesting registration will have supplier materials


made available and a contact at the Company for inquiries.

OATT
Requirements
• As a condition of registration, RESs and CSMs shall be
required to demonstrate satisfaction of one of two conditions
regarding the provision of transmission service under the
applicable OATT:

• The RES is a Transmission Customer; or


• The RES has made arrangements to provide
transmission service through an entity that is an eligible
Customer under the OATT.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 19
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services (Cont.)

Service
Agreements
• As a condition of service under this tariff, RES and CSMs
shall be required to enter into a service agreement with the
Company. Such service agreements shall include, at a
minimum:

• Identification of Transmission Customer for OATT


services associated with this tariff;

• Identification of a scheduling agent;

• Prices, terms, and conditions, and procedures for


electronic exchange of information;

• Emergency point of contact and phone number available


on a 24 hour basis;

• Proof that the RES or CSM has made arrangement to


assign responsibility for reporting Customer loads served
to a NERC Regional Reliability Council. (Proof must be
found acceptable by the Mid-Continent Area Power Pool
or its successor so as to relieve the Company of load
reporting responsibility and any capacity obligation for
backup supply service).

Service agreements need not be filed with the Commission


except upon the request of the Commission for dispute
resolution.

Reciprocity
• ARES registering with the Company to provide Power and
Energy on the Company’s delivery system shall be subject to
all reciprocity provisions as specified in Section 16-115 of the
Act.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 20
Electric Service in Illinois

5. Rates and Charges

DASR Fee
• The Company will charge Suppliers $5.00 per DASR for
processing DASR forms and recording Customer switch
information.

Off-Cycle
Switching Fees
• The Company will accommodate requests for switch dates
other than the normal switch dates defined in DASR
Requirements of Switching and Termination section of this
tariff, where possible and will charge an additional fee for
switching on the requested non-normal switch date
according to the following schedule:
• $8.50 per account for EDI
• $15.00 per account for non-EDI

Customer
Information
Fee
• The Company will:
• Not charge requesting parties for providing customer
information via the Company’s self-service Web site.
• Charge all requesting parties (with the e xception of
customers) $5.00 per meter for providing Customer
Information via any method other than the Company’s
self-service Web site.

Meter Read
Information
Fee
• The Company will charge RESs the incremental cost of
providing meter read information.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 21
Electric Service in Illinois

5. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

Energy
Imbalance
Settlement

RES financial settlement for any energy imbalances shall be


conducted in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in the
OATT with the following additional terms and conditions:

Timing
• Financial settlements will be done with RES or CSMs on a
monthly basis and will be conducted at the end of each
calendar month.

Settlement
Information
Provided to
Suppliers
• For the purposes of settlement, the Company will provide, at
a minimum, the following information to RESs or CSMs:

• Energy cons umed by Customers served by that RES by


hour adjusted for losses;
• Schedule for energy payback in kind allocated to peak
and off-peak periods; and
• Total financial liability

Billings
• Billings for financial settlements will be provided according to
the terms and conditions specified in the applicable OATT
service agreement.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 22
Electric Service in Illinois

5. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

Distribution
Loss Factor
Schedule

Loss Factors
• The following distribution loss factor schedule shall apply to
estimated or measured hourly loads for Delivery Services
Customers:

Capacity Energy
Loss Loss
Rate Class Factors Factors
SS 2.14% 1.73%
P 5.94% 4.41%
STD 8.22% 5.85%
STE 8.22% 5.85%
SSD 8.22% 5.85%
SSE 8.22% 5.85%
R 8.22% 5.85%
LS 8.22% 5.85%
LP 8.22% 5.85%

This distribution loss factor schedule will apply for the following
purposes:

• Adjustment of estimated or measured hourly loads for


Delivery Services Customers for the purposes of energy
imbalance settlement (energy loss factors only);

• Purchase of services through the OATT.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 23
Electric Service in Illinois

5. Rates and Charges (Cont.)

Applicability
These loss factors a re additional to the loss factors for
transmission service specified in the OATT and will be added to
the loss factors in the OATT to determine adjustments to loads
at the Customer meter level

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 24
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Metering

Basis for
Delivery
Charges
• End-use Customer data used for the determination of
delivery charges (including charges for financial settlement)
will be recorded by Company or by MSP-owned meters and
will be retrieved by the Company or by MSP.

• Customers may not own, nor provide, any of the Metering


Services outlined 83 Ill. Adm. Code Part 460 and must
purchase all such services from the Company or a registered
Meter Service Provider.

• The Company will own and maintain metering equipment on


all Delivery Services Customers that do not purchase
unbundled Meter Service for the purposes of determining
distribution charges and for determining estimated hourly
energy requirements for the purpose of Energy Imbalance
Settlement.

• Meter read information used for the purposes of determining


delivery charges may not be accepted from Customers,
RESs or CSMs.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 25
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Metering (Cont.)

Provision of
Meter Reads
for Metering
Services
Provided by
Company
• Meter read information obtained by the Company for
Delivery Service Customers served by a RES will be
provided to that RES.

• Information will be provided to the RES within 24 hours after


that information has been verified and provided to the
Company’s billing system and will consist of:

• Monthly meter read information;


• Actual recorded hourly interval data (if applicable);
• Associated time periods.

• If the Customer is provided Power and Energy by multiple


RESs, meter read information will be provided only to the
Customer’s Energy Supply Coordinator.
Fees
• The Company will charge RESs for providing meter read
information as outlined in the Rates and Charges section of
this tariff.

Estimated
Reads
• The rules applicable to estimated reads will be the same as
those applicable to Bundled Tariff Service as specified in by
83 Ill. Admin. Code Part 280 regardless of whether Metering
Services are provided by Company or MSP.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 26
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Metering (Cont.)

Meter Read
Errors
• When a meter read error is discovered and corrected by the
Company, the RES will be notified of the adjusted meter
read in a timely manner. Both the Company and the RES
will review the adjustment and issue corrected bills as
necessary.

Meter
Upgrades
• The Company will upgrade existing metering equipment at
the Customer’s premise under the terms of Rider MS.

RES Metering
• Metering equipment provided by RESs will not be allowed on
Company-owned distribution facilities.

• RES-provided metering equipment may be installed on any


Customer’s premise so long as such equipment is placed on
Customer-owned facilities on the Customer’s side of existing
metering facilities in accordance with applicable codes.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 27
Electric Service in Illinois

7. Billing, Payment, and Remittance

Billing

Billing provisions under this tariff schedule shall be those


contained in the Company’s Bundled Tariff Service with the
following exceptions and conditions:

Delivery
Information
Requirements
on the Bill
• All bills to the Delivery Service Customer from the Company
or from a RES must contain the Company’s name and
delivery unit phone number as the point of contact for
outages and Delivery Service related emergencies.

Delivery
Information for
Multiple RESs

• In the case of multiple RESs providing Power and Energy to


a Delivery Service Customer, Delivery Service billing
information will be sent to the Customer’s Energy Supply
Coordinator.

Remittance

Remittance provisions under this tariff schedule shall be those


contained in the Company’s Bundled Tariff Service.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 28
Electric Service in Illinois

8. Electronic Information Exchange

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) methods will be the preferred and primary
method of exchanging business data between RESs (including CSMs) and the
Company. The Company recognizes that there may be exceptional
circumstances requiring alternate information exchange methods. The terms and
conditions associated with information exchange will be addressed within the
service agreement with the RES or CSM.

Electronic Data
Interchange

• For the exchange of repetitive transactional data, EDI will be


the primary method of data exchange. For this method of
data exchange, the following minimum requirements shall be
met:

• Processes will meet the Company’s minimum security,


reliability, integrity, and recovery requirements. These
requirements will be addressed within the RES service
agreement;

• Each party will use the published Illinois-specific EDI


guidelines as developed from the Utility Industry Group
(UIG) subset of the American National Standards Institute
(ANSI) ASC X12 standards;

• Each party will utilize a Value Added Network (VAN)


service provider until such time that suitable alternative
data transport processes are available (e.g. internet
technologies);

• Each party shall pay its communication costs with its own
VAN service provider to send and receive EDI
transactions;

• Each party will abide by an established EDI guideline


change control process to ensure that all changes are
approved and implemented in a controlled and
coordinated manner;

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 29
Electric Service in Illinois

8. Electronic Information Exchange (Cont.)

• Each party shall establish a point of contact to resolve


daily data exchange issues.

• RESs and CSMs are encouraged to attend EDI training that


will be coordinated and jointly provided by the incumbent
Illinois utilities.

Verification of
Data Transfer
• RESs and CSMs electing to transfer information in EDI
format must demonstrate their ability to successfully
exchange data according to an established test plan before
any transactions will be processed (e.g. historical usage
request, DASR).

Non-EDI Data
Exchange
• For the exchange of non-transactional data or data that does
not readily allow standardized processes, other electronic
mechanisms such as the Internet or electronic file transfer
will be the preferred method of exchange.

Technological
Advances
• The Company will continually assess the current state of
information technology. The Company reserves the right to
implement new technology independent of the use of any
such new technology by other parties to the extent that
adoption of new technology does no t require the other
parties to alter their data exchange processes.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 30
Electric Service in Illinois

9. Load Profiling

Purpose
• For the purposes of the financial settlement of energy
imbalances, the Company will estimate the hourly loads for
all Delivery Service Customers where interval metering does
not exist or for which the Company will not require interval
metering. Load profiles will be used in conjunction with
Customer monthly billing data to derive hourly loads for such
Delivery Service Customers.

• Load profiles will be calculated and used according to the


guidelines set forth in the “Load Profiling” section of the
company’s Delivery Services Implementation Plan.

Assignment of
Load Profiles
• Delivery Service Customers for whom interval metering does
not currently exist will be assigned load profiles based on the
Delivery Service rate category under which they are taking
Delivery Service.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 31
Electric Service in Illinois

9. Load Profiling (Cont.)

Substitution of
Load Profiles
• The Company will determine all load profile designations for
Delivery Service Customers taking service under Tariff
Schedule EDS.

• The Company will allow Delivery Service Customers and/or


their RESs to substitute their load profile designations with
actual interval metering.

• If the Customer is served under Tariff EDS, Rider MS, the


Company will replace non-interval meters with interval
meters under the terms of Rider MS.

• The Company will not allow Delivery Service Customers


and/or their RES to substitute their load profile designations
with alternative load profiles.

Provision of
Load Profiles
• The Company will provide rate class load profile information
to all RESs registering with the Company. Load profile
information will include:
• Actual calculated load profiles;
• Any mathematical formulas used in the calculation of
Customer hourly loads; and
• Detailed description of methodologies used to estimate
Customer hourly loads.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Technical and Operational Requirements

Ancillary
Services
Purchases of ancillary services on the Company’s delivery
system shall be governed by the provisions of the OATT and by
regional reliability council and NERC (or its successor
organization) policies.

Dynamic
Scheduling
• Dynamic Scheduling is a service that electronically moves
load out of the Control Area in which it is physically located
and into another Control Area, thus enabling the purchase of
ancillary services from that Control Area.

• Dynamic scheduling is a service that must be purchased if a


Delivery Services Customer elects to:

• Purchase one or more of the following ancillary services


as described in the OATT from a party other than the
Company:

• Schedule 3 – Regulation and Frequency Response


Service;
• Schedule 4 – Energy Imbalance Service;
• Schedule 5 – Operating Reserve (Spinning Reserve
Service);
• Schedule 6 – Operating Reserve (Supplemental
Reserve Service).

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 33
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

• The charge for Dynamic Scheduling shall be determined on


a case-specific basis as defined in the service agreement.
Cost of this service will include, but is not limited to:

• The cost of the equipment and installation of real-time


metering;
• Telemetering;
• Computer software and hardware;
• Communications;
• Other equipment;
• Associated engineering and labor required to move the
Customer’s load to another control area.

Scheduling

Scheduling of energy deliveries on the Company’s delivery


system shall be governed by the provisions of the OATT and by
regional reliability council and NERC (or its successor
organization) policies.

Aggregation
• RESs and CSMs may schedule energy by using a single
Transmission Customer and/or scheduling agent. The
scheduling agent must register with the Company as an
Energy Supply Coordinator and must also register as a
Supplier with the Company under the Application for and
Commencement of Service section of this tariff schedule.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 34
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

• Each schedule must be linked to a transmission service


reservation made on the Open Access Same Time
Information System (OASIS), and must be made by that
Transmission Customer or its scheduling agent. RESs and
CSMs may develop their own scheduling arrangements.
The Company will only recognize the Transmission
Customer making the applicable OASIS transmission service
reservations, or their agent, for scheduling purposes.

Good Faith
Scheduling
• If a RES or CSM fails to submit a schedule for a substantial
portion of its energy requirements, any resulting energy
deficit will be provided as Emergency Energy.

• A substantial portion in this context will mean an under


scheduled amount that is more than fifty percent of the
energy requirement and more than 25 MWs. This provision
will not relieve a RES or CSM of its obligation to normally
schedule according to Good Utility Practices on a continuing
basis.

• The RES will be notified of such a deficiency following the


OATT tariff scheduling deadline and at least two hours prior
to the commencement of delivery of Emergency Energy.
The RES will be advised that energy continuing to be taken
by the RES's Customers will be classified as Emergency
Energy, and that, unless the scheduling deficiency is
remedied within 48 hours following commencement of
Emergency Energy deliveries, all loads being served by the
RES will be switched to Interim Supply Service per terms of
Tariff Schedule EDS. Customers will be notified of the
change during normal business hours as soon as is practical
following the switch.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 35
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Delivery
Service
Interruptions
• The Company shall not be responsible under this Tariff for
the delivery of Power and Energy not received in part or in
whole at the designated transmission point of delivery, for
whatever reason.

• In the event that Delivery Service interruptions are required


to maintain safe and reliable operation of the system, such
interruptions will be allocated proportionately among all
Delivery Service Customers whose load contributes to the
need for the reduction without regard to the Customer’s
choice of Supplier when such proportional interruptions can
be accommodated within Good Utility Practice.

• In the event of unplanned outages, service shall be restored


to Customers in accordance with Good Utility Practice
without regard to the Customer’ choice of Supplier.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 36
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Force Majeure
• An event of Force Majeure means any act of God, labor
disturbance, act of the public enemy, war, insurrection, riot,
fire, storm or flood, explosion, breakage or accident to
machinery or equipment, any curtailment, order, regulation
or restriction imposed by governmental, military or lawfully
established civilian authorities, regional or national reliability
authority, or any other cause beyond the Company’s control.

• A Force Majeure event does not include an act of negligence


or intentional wrongdoing. Neither the Company nor the
Customer will be considered in default as to any obligation
under this Tariff if prevented from fulfilling the obligation due
to an event of Force Majeure. However, a Party whose
performance under this Tariff is hindered by an eve nt of
Force Majeure shall make all reasonable efforts to perform
its obligations under this Tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 37
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Regulatory
Filings
• Nothing contained in the tariff shall be construed as affecting
in any way the right of the Company to unilaterally make
application to the Commission for a change in rates, terms
and conditions, charges, or classification of service pursuant
to the Commission’s rules and regulations.

Load Reporting
Responsi-
bilities
• RESs providing Power and Energy to Delivery Service
Customers shall be required to carry capacity planning
reserves according to the rules and regulations of the
Regional Reliability Council to which they report the load
being served.

• A RES providing Power and Energy to Delivery Service


Customers must provide proof that the RES accepts
responsibility for reporting Customer loads served on the
Company’s delivery system to a NERC Regional Reliability
Council, such that the Company is relieved of any load
reporting obligation.

• A RES under this tariff shall be solely responsible for any


and all charges imposed by a regional reliability or regulatory
authority where such charge is associated with load which is
in the RES's load reporting obligation. To the extent that any
regulatory or reliability authority bills the Company for
charges based on load-serving obligations, the company will
pass through such charges to the RES with the load
reporting obligation.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 38
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Indemnification
• The Customer shall at all times indemnify, defend, and save
the Company harmless from any and all damages, losses,
and claims, including claims and actions relating to injury to
or death of any person or damage to property, demands,
suits, recoveries, costs, and expenses, court costs, attorney
fees, and all other obligations by or to third parties arising out
of or resulting from the Company’s performance of its
obligations under this Tariff on behalf of the Customer,
except in cases of willful negligence or intentional
wrongdoing by the Company.

Account Status
Changes
• Notwithstanding any other provision of this tariff, any
changes to a Customer’s account status made by the
Company or at the request of a Customer shall be
communicated to that Customer’s Supplier in a timely
manner. Such account changes shall include, at a minimum:

• Meter changes (including ne w meter numbers);


• Disconnection of Customers from the distribution system;
• Delivery rate classification changes;
• Change in service or mailing address (if the change is
made within the Company’s service territory).

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 39
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Contract
Assignments
• A RES may assign to another RES or to the Company its
contractual responsibilities to deliver Power and Energy to a
Customer provided that the contract with the Customer
makes explicit provisions for such assignment.

• Assignment of contracts will only be allowed to:


• The Company; or
• Other RESs successfully registered with the Company
according to the terms and conditions of this tariff.

• Submission of DASRs to the Company for contracts that are


assigned to another party will be required as specified in the
Switching and Termination section of this tariff.

• Assignment of contracts will also be subject to the Customer


consent provisions of the Switching and Termination section
of this tariff with the exception that RESs will not be required
to obtain new LOAs for Customers being switched.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 40
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Emergency
Energy
• Emergency Energy is a short-term service (up to 6 hours per
MAPP policy) which may be arranged by a RES for purposes
of minimizing disruption of service to Customers if their
primary source of generation is lost. A RES may procure
Emergency Energy by purchasing operating reserves
ancillary services (Spinning and Supplemental). Acquiring
these services entitles a Customer to access Emergency
Energy should the need arise. The operator of the control
area where the provider of operating reserves resides will
make arrangements to deliver Emergency Energy upon
Customer request.

• If operating reserves ancillary services are purchased from


the Company the price will be the tariff rate for these
services. The cost of energy delivered under such
arrangement, will be passed on to the Customer at the
applicable power pool rate for Emergency Energy, together
with any additional transmission charges.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 41
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Backup Supply
• Backup Supply is electric generating capacity and energy of
a long-term nature needed (1) to replace the loss of its
generation sources, and (2) to cover that portion of the
Customer’s load that exceeds its generation supply for more
than a short time (not to exceed the time provision for
Emergency Energy).

• The RES or Customer mus t make their own arrangements


for Backup Supply. The Company will not be accountable
for a RES's deficiency of power supply capacity under that
RES's load reporting obligations.

• In the event that Backup Supply is needed but has not been
arranged by the RES or Customer, the Company’s recourse
will be to switch the end-use Customer to Interim Supply
Service under terms of this tariff.

Other Terms
and Conditions
• In addition to the terms and conditions in this tariff schedule,
service hereunder shall be subject to the Company’s terms
and conditions and rules and regulations applicable to the
Company’s Bundled Tariff Rates.

• In the event of a conflict between the terms and conditions


and rules and regulations applicable to Bundled Tariff Rates
and the terms and conditions contained in this tariff
schedule, the terms and conditions of this price schedule
shall control with respect to service under this price schedule
and the terms and conditions and rules and regulations
control with respect to service under any other applicable
price schedules.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 42
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination

DASR
Requirements
• For a Customer to purchase Power and Energy from a
Supplier other than the Company, a Direct Access Service
Request (DASR) must be submitted to the Company by the
Supplier or CSM proposing to manage or provide Power and
Energy to the Customer.

• DASRs provided by Suppliers will be accepted only from


Suppliers registered with the Company under the Application
for and Commencement of Services terms of this tariff
schedule.

• The DASR must contain the following information:


• Customer name;
• Customer address;
• Meter number;
• Customer account number;
• Flag to request historical usage;
• Flag for multiple RESs
• Flag to request metering information
• Service to be switched;
• Billing option identifier;
• EDI sender and receiver identifiers (if required);
• Requested beginning date of service to the Customer;
and
• Energy supply coordinator (if required)
• Name
• Address
• Phone Number

• Each DASR received must contain information for only one


Customer account number.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 43
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

• Multiple meters assigned to a single account will all be


switched to the new Supplier unless the Company is
otherwise notified.

• For switches to take place, DASR information must be


received within the following time frames prior to the
beginning date of service. These shall be:
• No earlier than 45 days and
• For Customers eligible to receive delivery services on
October 1, 1999, no later than 7 calendar days.
• For Customers eligible to receive delivery services on
December 31, 2000:
• No later than 10 days between December 31, 2000
and June 30, 2001;
• No later than 7 calendar days on or after July 1, 2001.

• Requests received outside these time frames will be rejected


except minimum time frames may be waived for Small
Commercial Customers and Residential Customers returning
to Bundled Tariff Services.

• DASR’s submitted by MSPs will be rejected if an approved


DASR has not been provided by a RES for that account.
Fees
• The Company will charge Suppliers for processing DASR
forms and recording Customer switch information as outlined
in Rates and Charges section of this tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 44
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Switch Dates
• Normal switch dates for Customers for whom DASR forms
have been accepted will be the Customer’s next regularly
scheduled Company meter read date that meets the time
frames outlined in DASR Requirements of this section.

• Meter read schedules will be provided to RES at no charge


at the time of Supplier registration with the Company.

• The Company will accommodate requests for switch dates


other than the normal switch dates defined in DASR
Requirements of this section, where possible, and will
charge an additional fee for switching on the requested non-
normal switch date according the schedule in Off-Cycle
Switching Fees in Rates and Charges section of this tariff.

Customer
Authorization
to Switch
• Prior to the submission of a DASR, it is the responsibility of
the RES to obtain written authorization from the Customer in
the form of a signed LOA or other contract substantially
containing the terms of a LOA.

• Completed LOA forms must be provided to the Company


upon request.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 45
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

• LOA forms must be signed and must contain the following


information:
• Date of agreement;
• Service to be switched;
• Customer of record;
• Service address;
• Mailing address;
• Account number; and
• Meter number.

Multiple
Requests
• The first DASR form received for an individual account in
each billing period will be processed.

• Once a DASR has been accepted, any subsequent DASRs


received for the same effective date will be rejected.

• If an effective rescinding DASR for the initial valid DASR is


received in a timely manner, the first DASR filed after the
date of rescission will be accepted as long as it meets the
time frames outlined in DASR Requirements of this section.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 46
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Terms and
Conditions
Between
Delivery
Service
Customers and
Suppliers
• The following information must be disclosed to the Customer
in the terms and conditions provided by a RES to a
Customer who has agreed to purchase Power and Energy
from the RES:

• The rate charged by the RES and the existence of any


additional charges which the Customer may be required
to pay in order to complete Delivery Services
transactions;

• The LOA authorizes the RES to receive Customer


information from the Company;

• All electric Power and Energy associated with the


account number provided in the DASR will be switched;

• Specifications of any charges that may be assessed by


the RES for switching RESs; and

• If additional charges may apply, a statement of disclosure


noting so.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 47
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Customer
Notification
• The Company will notify Customers by U.S. Mail of DASR
approval and that they will be switched to an alternative
RES. At a minimum, the notification will include the following
language:

• This notification confirms your choice to change your


electric supplier. Your new supplier is ____________. If
you have any questions please call them at XXX-XXXX.

• Company will continue to be your provider of delivery


services. If you have any questions on your delivery
services (e.g., outage) please call us at XXX-XXXX.

• If, after receipt of a confirmation letter, a Customer contacts


the Company indicating they do not want to switch to the
RES indicated in the confirmation letter, the Customer must
contact that RES to resolve the dispute.

New or Moving
Customers
• Customer switching procedures for new Customers or
Customers moving from a previous premise will be according
to the terms and conditions of the Turn-On/Turn-Off of this
section.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 48
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Notification of
Customer
Switches
• Upon processing of a DASR, the Company will notify that
Customer’s current RES and the Customer that the
Customer will be purchasing Power and Energy from a new
RES.

• The Company will provide the date upon which the Customer
will be receiving Power and Energy from the new RES to
both the new and existing RES.

• No cancellation DASR is required from a current RES when


a new enrollment DASR is provided by a new RES for
subsequent billing months.

• A cancellation DASR is required for a RES to voluntarily


terminate the current Customer’s provision of Power and
Energy.

Switching of
Load to
Multiple RESs
• Delivery Service Customers may elect to purchase Power
and Energy from multiple RESs under the condition that the
Customer designates a single Energy Supply Coordinator to
interface with the Company.

• Information concerning the designation of the Energy Supply


Coordinator must be submitted in conjunction with the
submittal of a DASR.

• OATT contractual relationships will be only between the


Company and the Transmission Customer that has
confirmed transmission service and ancillary service
reservations under the OATT.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 49
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Switching of
Partial Loads
• Delivery Service Customers may elect to purchase a portion
of their Power and Energy from a RES and the remainder
from the Company under the terms, conditions, and prices
specified in the Rider PS – Partial Service section of Tariff
Schedule EDS.

• The Customer shall designate a single Energy Supply


Coordinator to interface with the Company.

• OATT contractual relationships will be only between the


Company and the Transmission Customer that has
confirmed transmission service and ancillary service
reservations under the OATT.

• Information concerning the designation of the Energy Supply


Coordinator must be submitted in conjunction with the
submittal of the DASR.

• Delivery Service Customers purchasing partial Power and


Energy requirements from a RES must have interval
recording meters installed on the Customer’s premise:
• By the Company for Customers who do not have MSPs
or who purchase partial service under Rider PS – Partial
Service Options 2, 3, or 4 of the EDS tariff.
• By the MSP for Customers purchasing Metering Services
from MSPs

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 50
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Disconnection

Disconnection provisions under this tariff schedule shall be


those contained in the Company’s Bundled Tariff Service and as
governed by 83 Ill. Admin. Code Part 280 with the following
additional conditions:

Responsibility
for Physical
Disconnection
of Service
• The Company reserves the sole right and responsibility for
physical disconnections of Customers from the Company’s
delivery system. Physical disconnection of Customers from
the delivery system by a RES is prohibited.

Termination of
Energy Supply
• Nothing in this tariff is to be construed to prevent RESs from
terminating or refusing to provide Power and Energy to
Delivery Service Customers to whom they are currently
providing service for any reason except as provided for in
Section 16-115(A)(i) of the Act.

• Should a RES decide to terminate the supply of Power and


Energy, the RES must provide a cancellation DASR to the
Company informing the Company they are no longer
providing such service to the Customer. Such DASR must
meet the time frames outlined in DASR Requirements of this
section. Cancellation will be effective on the next regularly
scheduled Company meter read date.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 51
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

• Delivery Service Customers for whom Power and Energy is


lost or terminated through no fault of their own because of a
default of their RES for whom Emergency Energy Service or
Backup Supply has not been arranged will be provided
service under the Company’s Interim Supply Service rates.

Single Bill
Option
• Disconnection provisions in this tariff or under the
Company’s Bundled Tariff Service will not apply to Delivery
Services Customers receiving service under Rider SBO --
Single Bill Option from RESs as provided for in this tariff.

Reconnection

Reconnection provisions under this tariff schedule shall be those


contained in the Company’s Bundled Tariff Service and as
governed by 83 Ill. Admin. Code Part 280 with the following
additional conditions:

Responsibility
for Physical
Reconnection
of Service
• The Company reserves the sole right and responsibility for
physical reconnections of retail Customers to the Company’s
delivery system. Physical reconnections to the delivery
system by a RES are prohibited.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 52
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Reestablish-
ment of Power
and Energy
Service
• Nothing in this tariff is to be construed to prevent RESs from
reestablishing the provision of Power and Energy to Delivery
Service Customers for any reason.

• Should a RES decide to reestablish the provision of Power


and Energy, the RES must provide a DASR form to the
Company informing the Company they are reestablishing
Power and Energy to the Customer.

Turn-on/Turn-
off
Applications for new service with the Company shall be
governed by the same rules as those prescribed by the
Company under Bundled Tariff Service with the following
additional terms and conditions:

Responsible
Parties
• The Company will be responsible for all physical connections
of service. RESs will not be allowed to connect Customers
to the Company’s delivery system.

• Requests for commencement of service can be received


from a Customer or from that Customer’s RES.

• Requests for commencement of service by the Customer’s


RES must be done by submitting a DASR to the Company
as governed by the Switching and Termination rules of this
tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 53
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Selection of
Energy
Suppliers
• Upon application for service, Customers eligible to take
Delivery Services will be provided a list of RESs authorized
to offer Power and Energy on the Company’s delivery
system. Such information will include:
• RES name and address; and
• Phone number.

New
Customers
• If a Customer that is eligible to receive Delivery Service
applies for turn-on of service and is not currently taking
service on the Company’s distribution system, a DASR must
be provided to the Company in order for the Customer to
purchase Power and Energy from a RES.

• Unless an approved DASR has been provided to the


Company by a RES for a new Customer, the Company will
provide Bundled Tariff Service to that Customer under its
applicable Bundled Tariff Rates.

Moving
Customers
• If a Customer applies for turn-on of service and is already
being provided Power and Energy by a Supplier at a
previous location within the Company’s distribution system, a
DASR needs to be submitted to maintain service from that
Supplier. Changes in such Customer’s account resulting
from a new application of service will be forwarded to the
Customer’s RES.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 54
Electric Service in Illinois

12. Dispute Resolution

• Complaints concerning charges, practices, facilities or


services provided by the Company shall be investigated
promptly and thoroughly. All written complaints will be
acknowledged in writing or verbally. The Company shall
keep such records of complaints as required by 83 Ill. Adm.
Code 410.

• If the complaint cannot be resolved at the initial inquiry point,


the information will be promptly referred to the employee or
department that has authority to take appropriate action to
resolve the complaint. Any complaint, if unresolved by the
prior action, will be referred to the appropriate management
employee for resolution.

• The final step for any unresolved informal complaint will be a


filing with the consumer affairs Division of the Commission,
by either the complainant or the Company, for a resolution of
the issue.

• Disputes related to the provision of transmission and


ancillary services will be subject to the dispute resolution
provisions of the OATT.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 55
Electric Service in Illinois

13. Miscellaneous General Provisions

Rider SBO --
Single Bill
Option

Billing

• The Company will allow RESs to bill Delivery Service


Customers for delivery charges under the following terms
and conditions:

• RESs shall assume legal responsibility for payment of


Company delivery charges without regard to the timing or
extent of payment by the Delivery Service Customers.

• RESs must meet Company creditworthiness standards.

• Delivery charges billed to the customer by a supplier


under the single bill option will include a credit of
$0.54/customer/month on the Delivery Service basic
service charge.

• All bills to the Delivery Service Customers must meet the


requirements outlined in Billing, Payment, and
Remittance section of this tariff.

• For the purposes of billing, the Company will send the


following Delivery Service bill information to RESs:

• Meter reads;
• Associated time periods;
• Total kWh and kW billing demand;
• Calculated bill amount for services provided under Tariff
Schedule EDS.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 56
Electric Service in Illinois

13. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Payment
• All late charges described in the Rates and Charges section
of tariff schedule EDS will apply to RESs for payment for
delivery charges.

• If payment for delivery charges is not received from RESs,


Delivery Service Customers paying delivery charges to their
RES for such services will not be liable for payment of those
services to the Company.

Credit
• Credit provisions for all RESs providing a Single Bill Option
as specified in this tariff will also be subject to the credit
provisions for single billing contained in Subpart F of the
Appendix of the Commission’s Order in Docket No. 98-0544
dated April 26, 1999.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 57
Electric Service in Illinois

13. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Credit

All RESs
All RESs taking or providing service under this tariff shall meet
the following credit standards:

• Adequate assurance of payment will be assumed for RESs


whose senior debt is rated “investment grade” by any of the
following investor services or their successor companies:
• Moody’s Investor Service, Inc.
• Standard a nd Poor’s Ratings Group
• Duff & Phelps Credit Rating co.
• Fitch IBCA

• If there is a conflict among ratings assigned by the various


investor services, adequate assurance of payment will be
determined based on the lowest assigned rating.

• For any RES whose senior debt is not rated “investment


grade,” adequate assurance must be provided by an
irrevocable standby letter of credit drawn on a bank
acceptable to the Company. Below is a listing of credit
requirements that are applicable to the letter of credit:

• MidAmerican Energy Company must be named as the


beneficiary on the letter of credit.

• The bank issuing the letter of credit must be a


commercial bank chartered in the United States, having a
total equity capital of not less than $50 million. The bank
must have offices in the state of Iowa or the Company’s
Delivery Service territory unless the letter of credit allows
for presentment of relevant documents by next day mail
service, facsimile, or other electronic means.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 58
Electric Service in Illinois

13. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

• The Company’s written consent is required to modify or


revoke the letter of credit.

• Payment by the issuer is authorized, upon demand, if the


RES is in default of any payment obligation owed to the
Company. Notice of default is sufficient documentation
for an issuer to honor a demand for payment.

• The maximum dollar amount of the letter of credit will be


two months of estimated charges expected to be due the
Company for services provided under this tariff.

• RESs will not be eligible to provide service under this


tariff until the letter of credit, signed by the issuer, is
received.

ARES

• In addition, credit provisions for ARES under this tariff


schedule will be governed by:
• Commission certification process; and
• Contractual arrangements.

Single Bill
Option
• In addition, credit provisions for all RESs providing a single
bill option as specified in this tariff will also be subject to the
credit provisions as outlined in Rider SBO – Single Bill
Option, of this tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 59
Electric Service in Illinois

13. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Customer
Information

Consent
• Historical Customer usage information may be requested b y
a Customer, a RES, or an agent acting on the Customer’s
behalf.

• If the requesting party is not the Customer, the requesting


party must first obtain verifiable authorization from the
Customer in order for the Company to release such
Customer information.

• Letter of Agency (LOA) forms obtained from the Customer by


a requesting RES (see Switching and Termination section of
this tariff schedule) will be considered sufficient Customer
consent for the purpose of providing Customer information to
a requesting party.

Blocking
Requests
• In the event that a Customer requests their historical account
information not be released, the Company shall block the
release of such specific information.

• A Customer may make a request to block via telephone or in


writing.

• Requests to remove blocks shall only be accepted in writing.


LOAs will be sufficient to unblock the release of Customer
information.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 60
Electric Service in Illinois

13. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

Request
Requirements
• To request Customer information for a specific Customer, a
requesting party (other than the Customer) must provide the
following information for the Customer for which such
information is requested:

• Meter Number (only one required for accounts with


multiple meters);
• Distribution Account Number.

Information to
be Provided
• Upon request, the Company will provide the following
Customer information to requesting parties to the extent it is
readily available:

• Usage history for the prior 24 months (energy and


demand);
• Load profile assignments (for load profiled Customers);
• Hourly load information (for non load profiled Customers);
• Delivery rate classification;
• Meter Information;
• Dates of service.

• Information will be provided no later than 5 business days


after receipt and validation of the request.

• Information will be provided for the current Customer only.


Usage information in the Company’s records for the account
requested that does not pertain to the Customer currently
taking service at the requested premise will not be provided.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 7
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 61
Electric Service in Illinois

13. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

• Billing information will be limited to usage information and


associated time periods and will not include any credit
information.

• Information will be provided one time only per Customer


authorization.

Fees
• The Company will charge requesting parties for providing
Customer information as outlined in the Rates and Charges
section of this tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Title Sheet
Electric Service in Illinois

SCHEDULE OF RATES

FOR

SUPPLIER METERING SERVICE

IN

ILLINOIS

This schedule cancels the entire


MidAmerican Energy Company
Schedule formerly designated as:

Ill. C. C. No. 5

Replacing them with a new MidAmerican


Energy Company schedule in accordance
With the Commission’s Order in
Docket No. 00-0494

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 1
Electric Service in Illinois

Table of Contents

1. Availability 2
2. Nature of Service 3
3. Definitions 4
4. Application for and Commencement of Services 9
5. Rates and Charges 13
6. Metering 14
7. Billing, Payment, and Remittance 19
8. Electronic Data Exchange 20
9. Technical and Operational Requirements 23
10. Switching and Termination 26
11. Dispute Resolution 37
12. Miscellaneous General Provisions 38

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 2
Electric Service in Illinois

1. Availability

SMS will be available to:

• All Meter Service Providers (MSPs) certified and approved


by the Commission to provide Metering Services in the State
of Illinois that have successfully registered with the Company
to provide Metering Services within the Company’s delivery
system.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 3
Electric Service in Illinois

2. Nature of Service

Nature of
Service
Supplier Meter Services (SMS)
Tariff Schedule

Supplier Meter Services is a service offered by MidAmerican


Energy Company (Company) pursuant to the requirements of
the Electric Service Customer Choice and Rate Relief Act of
1997, as amended (Act). The purpose of SMS is to allow Meter
Service Providers (MSPs) to provide Metering Services to the
Company’s Delivery Service Customers.

Metering
Services
SMS will include the following services under this tariff schedule
and under the jurisdiction of the Illinois Commerce Commission
(Commission):
• Support service provided to Customers or Meter Service
Providers for the provision of Metering Services to Delivery
Service Customers including but not limited to:
• Standard Billing and Customer services;
• Provision of Customer switching services;
• Provision of historical Customer information, and;
• Calculation and provision of energy imbalance
information.

Non-
Discrimination
of Service
All services provided under Tariff Schedule SMS will be priced
and made available to all MSPs on a nondiscriminatory basis
regardless of the Customers being served by that MSP or that
MSP’s business affiliation.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 4
Electric Service in Illinois

3. Definitions

Advanced Metering System


Any meter system that does not require on-site meter reading.

Alternative Retail Electric Supplier (ARES)


Has the same meaning as the definition stated in Section 16-102 of the Act.

Billing Window
The four days consisting of the scheduled monthly meter read date plus one day
prior to and the next two business days after the scheduled monthly meter read
date.

Bundled Tariff Rates


Full service bundled rates that are in effect and on file with the Commission
which apply to Customers taking service from the Company that are not taking
Delivery Service from the Company as defined in the Company’s Ill. C. C. No. 1
Schedule of Rates for Electric Service in Illinois.

Bundled Tariff Service


Full service bundled rates, terms, and conditions that are in effect and on file with
the Commission applying to Customers taking service from the Company that are
not taking Delivery Service from the Company as defined in the Company’s Ill. C.
C. No. 1 Schedule of Rates for Electric Service in Illinois.

Customer
Has the same meaning as the definition stated in Section 16-102 of the Act.

Direct Access Service Request (DASR)


The form used to process Customer switching information transmitted by
Suppliers and the Company.

Delivery Services
Those services provided by the Company that are necessary in order for the
transmission and distribution systems to function so that retail Customers located
in the Company’s service territory can receive Power and Energy from Suppliers
other than the Company.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 5
Electric Service in Illinois

3. Definitions (Cont.)

Delivery Services Customer


Any eligible Customer (or their designated agent) taking Delivery Services under
Tariff Schedule EDS.

Electric Utility
A public utility, as defined in Section 3-105 of the Public Utilities Act, that has a
franchise, license, permit or right to furnish or sell electricity to retail Customers
within an Illinois service area.

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 the acceptable practices, methods, or acts
generally accepted in the region.

Letter of Agency (LOA)


A document, as described in Section 2EE(2) of the Consumer Fraud and
Deceptive Practices Act, whose sole purpose is to authorize a change in the
Supplier of Power and Energy.

Letter of Authorization
A document whose purpose is to authorize a change in the Supplier of Metering
Services.

Meter Information
With specific Customer approval, the Company will provide certain information on
the Customer’s utility-owned meter, to certified Meter Service Providers. Such
information will i nclude:
• Metering type
• Voltage
• Number of meters associated with the account
• Other pertinent information

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 6
Electric Service in Illinois

3. Definitions (Cont.)

Meter Service Provider (MSP)


An entity other than the Company that is registered with the Company to provide
Metering Services to Delivery Services Customers on the Company’s delivery
system. MSPs can be:
• ARES (must be certified with the Commission);
• Other entities certified with the Commission to provide unbundled Metering
Services.

Metering Services
An unbundled Meter Service Provider will provide measurement of Power and
Energy to Delivery Service Customers and all of the Metering Services listed in
83 Ill. Adm. Code Part 460 and outlined below:
1. Meter Reading, including the on-site visual data retrieval from metering
and/or data retrieval from metering on site or remotely via a form of
electronic communication using a computerized device as applicable.
2. Meter Equipment Installation including the physical assembly and
placement of metering equipment for an electrical service.
3. Meter Equipment Exchange, including the physical removal and installation
of metering equipment at an electrical service.
4. Meter Equipment Removal including the physical extraction of metering
equipment from an electrical service.
5. Maintenance of the Meter System Components including the on-site testing,
calibration, programming, modification, repair and replacement of meter
system components.
6. Meter Communications Device Installation and Maintenance including the
remote or on-site installation, testing, calibration, programming,
modification, repair and replacement of meter communication devices.
7. Meter Equipment Provision including the ability to provide metering
equipment.
8. Initiating or Transfer of Metering Service including the removal,
replacement, disabling, modification, or programming of the metering
system for the purpose of establishing or changing the provider of Metering
Service.
9. Meter Accuracy Testing including the act of verifying the accuracy of
measurement of the metering equipment ultimately used for billing, in
accordance with applicable standards for required testing contained in 83 Ill.
Adm. Code 460.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 7
Electric Service in Illinois

3. Definitions (Cont.)

Metering Services (Continued)


10. Meter Equipment Design and Engineering including the act of analyzing,
specifying and documenting Customer’s metering equipment requirements.
11. Meter Attribute Record Keeping including but not limited to that required by
83 Ill. Adm. Code 460.
12. Accept Raw Meter Data including the act of retrieving meter usage data
used for billing from either the meter equipment directly, or from the entity
performing the retrieval function.
13. Translate Data into Format for Internal Processing including the act of
converting raw meter data received into a convenient internal format for
storage, archiving, validation editing and estimation (VEE), and other
business processes.
14. Associate Meter Reads with Customer Identifiers for Use in Validation or
Estimation including the verified matching of meter data with its
corresponding Customer matching records.
15. Validate, Edit and Estimate Translated Meter Data including the act of
checking a Customer’s translated meter data against documented
thresholds for errors and/or omissions using documented estimation
procedures to correct and edit meter data that fails the data integrity check.
16. Translate Data into Commission Approved Formats and Posting to Server
including the act of converting the VEE data into documented common
formats and posting to server accessible to market participants.

Power and Energy


The generation component of electric service, not to include Delivery Services.

Residential Customer
One whose service is furnished for domestic purposes.

Retail Electric Supplier (RES)


An entity other than the Company that is registered with the Company to provide
Power and Energy to Customers on the Company’s delivery system. RESs can
be:
• ARES (must be registered with the Commission);
• Electric Utilities in Illinois.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 8
Electric Service in Illinois

3. Definitions (Cont.)

Service
Shall be used to indicate Delivery Service and/or Metering Services.

Standard Billing Functions


Billing services will include but not be limited to the fo llowing :
• Receive meter reads, meter usage, multipliers, and correction factors from
MSP providing Metering Services;
• Perform reasonableness checks of meter information received from the MSP
providing Metering Services;
• Perform any totalization, summarization, or other manipulations of meter data
received from MSP required to calculate bills;
• Calculate bill including due dates, taxes, implementation of any 83 Ill. Adm.
Code Part 280 requirements, payment arrangements, budget billing, and
tracking of accounts receivable;
• Verifying, printing, sending the bill;
• Processing and posting delivery services payments to Customer accounts;
• Perform bill corrections.

Supplier
An entity other than the Company that is registered with the Company to provide
Power and Energy and/or Metering Services to Customers on the Company’s
delivery system. Suppliers can be:
• ARES (must be certified with the Commission);
• Electric Utilities in Illinois;
• Meter Service Providers (must be certified with the Commission)

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 9
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services

MSP Eligibility
All MSPs that wish to be eligible to take and/or provide services
under this tariff must meet the following requirements:

• MSP must meet all requirements, standards, qualifications


outlined in 83 Ill. Adm. Code Part 460.

• MSP must be certified by the Commission to provide


Metering Services in the State of Illinois under the
certification process approved by the Commission.

• MSP must successfully register and maintain


qualifications for registration with the Company to provide
Metering Services to Customers on the Company’s
delivery system in accordance with the Meter Service
Provider Registration procedures described in this tariff
section, Application for and Commencement of Service,
and the applicable rules of the Commission.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 10
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services (Cont.)

Registration
Requirements
• MSPs that wish to take service under this tariff must
complete a registration process with the Company.

• MSPs registering with the Company must provide the


following information:

• Name and address;


• Certified copy of articles of incorporation, partnership,
etc., (if applicable);
• Evidence of qualification to do business in Illinois;
• Evidence of certification by the Commission;
• Commission license number (if applicable);
• Federal and state tax identification numbers;
• Credit information provided to the Commission; and
• Name and address of registered agent for service in
Illinois.

• MSPs that wish to take service under this tariff must employ
and properly utilize personnel that meet the qualifications
outlined in 83 Ill Adm. Code Part 460.

• An MSP must provide registration information to the


Company no later than 30 days prior to the date the MSP
intends to start providing Metering Services to Customers on
the Company’s delivery system.

• Company will send confirmation of receipt of registration


request and an indication whether the request is complete
and valid to each MSP making such a request within five
working days of the Company receiving the request. The
confirmation of receipt will include the name of a point of
contact at the Company.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 11
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services (Cont.)

• Company will approve or deny each registration request, or


substantively respond advising the MSP what additional
information needs to be provided to make an application
complete so it can be approved or denied, within 15 days of
receipt of registration.

Waiting Period
• Each MSP must provide registration information to the
Company at least 15 days prior to the submission of an
enrollment DASR form to the Company.

RES Lists
• The Company will make available to registered MSPs, a list
of RESs registered to provide energy services on the
Company’s delivery system.

Cancellation
• The Company reserves the right to suspend or discontinue
Metering Services as outlined in the Company's MSP
Operating Requirements Handbook. These include issues
of:

• Safety
• Operational reliability of Company's distribution and/or
transmission system
• Non-compliance with 83 Ill. Adm. Code Part 460,
Company's tariffs, or Company's MSP Operating
Requirements Handbook.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 12
Electric Service in Illinois

4. Application for and Commencement of Services (Cont.)

Service
Agreements
• As a condition of service under this tariff, MSPs shall be
required to enter into a service agreement with the
Company. Such service agreements shall include, at a
minimum:

• Prices, terms, and conditions, and procedures for meter


reads and the electronic exchange of information;

• Timing for the availability of meter read information;

• Emergency point of contact and phone number available


on a 24 hour basis

Service agreements need not be filed with the Commission


except upon the request of the Commission for dispute
resolution.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 13
Electric Service in Illinois

5. Rates and Charges

DASR Fee
• The Company will charge MSPs $5.00 per DASR for
processing DASR forms and recording Customer switch
information.

Customer
Information
Fee
• The Company will:
• Not charge requesting parties for providing customer
information via the Company’s self-service Web site.
• Charge all requesting parties (with the e xception of
customers) $5.00 per meter for providing Customer
Information via any method other than the Company’s
self-service Web site.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 14
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Metering

Basis for
Delivery
Charges
• End-use Customer data used for the determination of
delivery charges (including charges for financial settlement)
will be recorded by MSP-owned meters and will be retrieved
by the MSP. Meter read information used for the purposes
of determining delivery charges will not be accepted from
Customers.

• Customers may not own, nor provide, any of the Metering


Services outlined in Definitions of this rider and must
purchase all such services from the Company or a registered
Meter Service Provider.

Metering of
Partial Loads
• Delivery Service Customers purchasing a portion of their
Power and Energy from a RES and the remainder from the
Company are not eligible to purchase Metering Services
from an MSP except under Option 1 of Rider PS - Partial
Service in Tariff EDS.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 15
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Metering (Cont.)

Provision of
Meter Reads
• Meter Service Providers will be required to deploy Advanced
Metering Systems; manual reads may be provided for up to
5% or 500 of its meters, whichever is greater.

• Meter read information obtained by the MSP for Delivery


Service Customers will be provided at no charge to the
Company by the Meter Service Provider.

• The Company is not responsible for providing meter read


information to any other entities.

• The Meter Service Provider will provide at no charge,


information to the Company per the Data Timeliness
Standards section of the Company's MSP Operating
Requirements Handbook after that information as been
verified and for each meter will consist of:
• Indication of whether reading captures interval data or
non-interval data;
• Start and end meter reads for non-interval meters;
• Start and end meter read dates for non-interval meters;
• Start and end meter usage dates and times for interval
meters;
• Usage in kWh;
• Demand in kW;
• Reactive demand in kVARh;
• Billing code indicating whether read is estimated, actual
or adjusted;
• Unique, Meter identifier;
• Distribution Account Number; and
• All meter multipliers, constants, factors, and billing
determinants necessary to calculate tariff charges in
accordance with the requirements of the Company's MSP
Operating Requirements Handbook.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 16
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Metering (Cont.)

Estimated
Reads
• The rules applicable to estimated reads will be the same as
those applicable to Bundled Tariff Service as specified in by
83 Ill. Admin. Code Part 280 and the Company's MSP
Operating Requirements Handbook.

• The methods used for estimating meter read information will


follow the requirements of the Company's MSP Operating
Requirements Handbook.

Inquiry
Resolution
• The Company may request the MSP to reread, investigate,
or resolve anomalies related to meter read information per
the procedures outlined in the Company's MSP Operating
Requirements Handbook.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 17
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Metering (Cont.)

MSP Metering
• Metering equipment provided by MSPs will not be allowed
on Company-owned distribution facilities.

• MSP metering must be installed, inspected, and serviced


under the requirements outlined in the Company's MSP
Operating Requirements Handbook.

• The metering lines of demarcation will be:


• Line (Supply) Side of Meter
• Line (supply) side of terminals of the meter
connection device for self-contained metering
installations. If there is a bypass provision, the
bypass means would be considered metering
equipment.
• Meter side terminals of the test switches installed
nearest to the line (supply) side of the meter for
transformer-rated metering installations.
• Meter Outputs
• Connection or transition device used to provide meter
communications to an external device.
• For land-based telephone, demarcation will be
Customer’s terminals of telephone interface device.
• Serial communications demarcation will be connector
or terminal to which the meter output lead is attached.
• Metering equipment will include all devices between line
(supply) side and meter output side. This includes the
following:
• Meter bypass equipment;
• Modems;
• Wireless communications device; and
• Isolation device for pulse output.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 18
Electric Service in Illinois

6. Metering (Cont.)

Equipment Re-
sponsibilities
• Facilities ahead of the line side of the meter equipment
defined above will be considered the Company’s delivery
system.

• Current transformers (CT) and potential transformers (PT)


and related wiring up to and including the demarcation point:
• Shall remain the property and responsibility of the
Company;
• MSPs will be allowed to conduct non-invasive testing of
CTs and PTs subject to protocols and agreements in
place with the Company;
• MSPs may request the Company to replace CTs and PTs
under the terms outlined in service agreement.

• Equipment downstream of the meter outputs as defined


above will be considered the Customer’s equipment.

• Each entity is responsible for pre-installation inspections on


their equipment to ensure satisfaction with meeting code
requirements.

• Each entity is obligated to test, maintain, and repair their


own equipment.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 19
Electric Service in Illinois

7. Billing, Payment, and Remittance

Reserved for Future Use

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 20
Electric Service in Illinois

8. Electronic Information Exchange

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) methods will be the preferred and primary
method of exchanging business data between MSPs and the Company. The
Company recognizes that there may be exceptional circumstances requiring
alternate information exchange methods. The terms and conditions associated
with information exchange will be addressed within the service agreement with
the MSP.

Electronic Data
Interchange
• For the exchange of repetitive transactional data, EDI will be
the primary method of data exchange. For this method of
data exchange, the following minimum requirements shall be
met:

• Processes will meet the Company’s minimum security,


reliability, integrity, and recovery requirements. These
requirements will be addressed within the MSP service
agreement;

• Each party will use the published Illinois-specific EDI


guidelines as developed from the Utility Industry Group
(UIG) subset of the American National Standards
Institute (ANSI) ASC X12 standards;

• Each party will utilize a Value Added Network (VAN)


service provider until such time that suitable alternative
data transport processes are available (e.g. internet
technologies);

• Each party shall pay its communication costs with its own
VAN service provider to send and receive EDI
transactions;

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 21
Electric Service in Illinois

8. Electronic Data Interchange (Cont.)

• Each party will abide by an established EDI guideline


change control process to ensure that all changes are
approved and implemented in a controlled and
coordinated manner;

• Each party shall establish a point of contact to resolve


daily data exchange issues.

Verification of
Data Transfer
• MSPs electing to transfer information in EDI format must
demonstrate their ability to successfully exchange data
according to an established test plan before any transactions
will be processed (e.g. historical usage request, DASR).

Data Transfer
Content
• Minimum requirements for electronic meter data include:
• Indication of whether reading captures interval data or
non-interval data;
• Start and end meter reads for non-interval meters;
• Start and end meter read dates for non-interval meters;
• Start and end meter usage dates and times for interval
meters;
• Usage in kWh;
• Demand in kW;
• Reactive demand in kVARh;
• Billing code indicating whether read is estimated, actual
or adjusted;
• Unique Meter identifier;
• Distribution Account Number.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 22
Electric Service in Illinois

8. Electronic Data Interchange (Cont.)

• Meter read information provided by the Meter Service


Provider shall be in an EDI format compatible with meter
read information that the Company obtains through its own
bundled Metering Services or as otherwise agreed upon by
the Company.

Non-EDI Data
Exchange
• For the exchange of non-transactional data or data that does
not readily allow standardized processes, other electronic
mechanisms such as the Internet or electronic file transfer
will be the preferred method of exchange.

Technological
Advances
• The Company will continually assess the current state of
information technology. The Company reserves the right to
implement new technology independent of the use of any
such new technology by other parties to the extent that
adoption of new technology does not require the other
parties to alter their data exchange processes.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 23
Electric Service in Illinois

9. Technical and Operational Requirements

Regulatory
Filings
• Nothing contained in the tariff or any service agreement shall
be construed as affecting in any way the right of the
Company to unilaterally make application to the Commission
for a change in rates, terms and conditions, charges, or
classification of service pursuant to the Commission’s rules
and regulations.

Indemnification
• The Customer shall at all times indemnify, defend, and save
the Company harmless from any and all damages, losses,
and claims, including claims and actions relating to injury to
or death of any person or damage to property, demands,
suits, recoveries, costs, and expenses, court costs, attorney
fees, and all other obligations by or to third parties arising
out of or resulting from the Company’s performance of its
obligations under this Tariff on behalf of the Customer,
except in cases of willful negligence or intentional
wrongdoing by the Company.

Account Status
Changes
• Notwithstanding any other provision of this tariff, any
changes to a Customer’s account status made by the
Company or at the request of a Customer shall be
communicated to that Customer’s Supplier and MSP in a
timely manner. Such account changes shall include, at a
minimum:

• Meter changes (including new meter numbers);


• Disconnection of Customers from the distribution system;
• Delivery rate classification changes;
• Change in service or mailing address (if the change is
made within the Company’s service territory).

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 24
Electric Service in Illinois

9. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Contract
Assignments
• An MSP may assign to another MSP or to the Company its
contractual responsibilities to deliver Metering Services to a
Customer provided that the contract with the Customer
makes explicit provisions for such assignment.

• Assignment of contracts will only be allowed to:


• The Company; or
• Other MSPs successfully registered with the Company
according to the terms and conditions of this tariff.

• Submission of DASRs to the Company for contracts that are


assigned to another party will be required as specified in the
Switching and Termination section of this tariff.

• Assignment of contracts will also be subject to the Customer


consent provisions of the Switching and Termination section
of this tariff with the exception that MSPs will not be required
to obtain new Letters of Authorization for Customers being
switched.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 25
Electric Service in Illinois

9. Technical and Operational Requirements (Cont.)

Other Terms
and Conditions
• In addition to the terms and conditions in this tariff schedule,
service hereunder sha ll be subject to the Company’s terms
and conditions and rules and regulations applicable to the
Company’s Bundled Tariff Rates and MSP Operating
Requirements Handbook.

• In the event of a conflict between the terms and conditions


and rules and regulations applicable to Bundled Tariff Rates
and the terms and conditions contained in this tariff
schedule, the terms and conditions of this price schedule
shall control with respect to service under this price schedule
and the terms and conditions and rules and regulations
control with respect to service under any other applicable
price schedules.

Coordination
between Meter
Service
Providers
• The Meter Service Provider will coordinate any changes in
meter service between the Company and other Meter
Service Providers registered with the Company in order to
minimize Customer interruptions between Meter Service
Providers.

Detection of
Theft
• The Company, Meter Service Providers, and subcontractors
are obligated to cooperate in the detection of theft and
investigation of tampering.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 26
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching and Termination

DASR
Requirements
• For a Customer to purchase Metering Services from an MSP
other than the Company, a Direct Access Service Request
(DASR) must be submitted to the Company by the MSP
proposing to manage or provide Metering Services to the
Customer.

• DASRs provided by MSPs will be accepted only from MSPs


registered with the Company under the Application for and
Commencement of Services terms of this tariff schedule.

• The DASR must contain the following information:


• Customer name;
• Customer address;
• Meter number;
• Customer account number;
• Flag to request historical usage;
• Flag for multiple Suppliers;
• Flag to request metering information;
• Service to be switched;
• Billing option identifier;
• EDI sender and receiver identifiers (if required);
• Requested beginning date of service to the Customer;
and
• Energy supply coordinator (if required)
• Name
• Address
• Phone Number

• Each DASR received must contain information for only one


Customer account number.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 27
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

• Multiple unbundled meters assigned to a single account will


all be switched to the new MSP unless the Company is
otherwise notified.

• For switches to take place, DASR information must be


received within the following time frames prior to the
beginning date of service. These shall be:
• No earlier than 45 days and
• For Customers eligible to receive delivery services on
October 1, 1999, no later than 7 calendar days.
• For Customers eligible to receive delivery services on
December 31, 2000:
• No later than 10 days between December 31, 2000
and June 30, 2001;
• No later than 7 calendar days on or after July 1, 2001.
• Requests received outside these time frames will be
rejected except minimum time frames may be waived for
Small Commercial Customers and Residential
Customers returning to Bundled Tariff Services.

• DASRs submitted by MSPs will be rejected if an approved


DASR has not been provided by a RES for that account.

Fees
• The Company will charge MSPs for processing DASR forms
and recording Customer switch information as outlined in
Rates and Charges section of this tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 28
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Switch Dates
and Times
• Normal MSP switch dates for Customers for whom DASR
forms have been accepted will be at 12:01 am of the
Customer’s next regularly scheduled Company meter read
date that meets the time frames outlined in DASR
Requirements of this section.

• The current provider of Metering Services will read the


meters by 12:00 pm on the switch date unless other
arrangements have been made with the MSP.

• For changes from Company to MSP Metering Services, the


MSP is responsible for meter read data after the Company
metering is removed.

• The Company will assume responsibility for meter read data


after the MSP meter is removed.

• Meter read schedules will be provided to MSPs at no charge


at the time of MSP registration with the Company.

Switching
Metering
Services
• Changing of Meter Service Providers will occur as outlined in
the Company's MSP Operating Requirements Handbook.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 29
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Customer
Authorization
to Switch
• Prior to the submission of a DASR, it is the responsibility of
the MSP to obtain written authorization from the Customer in
the form of a signed Letter of Authorization or other contract
substantially containing the terms of a Letter of
Authorization.

• Completed letters of authorization must be provided to the


Company upon request.

• Letter of Authorization forms must be signed and must


contain the following information:
• Date of agreement;
• Service(s) to be switched;
• Customer of record;
• Service address;
• Mailing address;
• Account number; and
• Meter number.

Multiple
Requests
• The first DASR form received for an individual account in
each billing period will be processed.

• Once a DASR has been accepted, any subsequent DASRs


received for the same effective date will be rejected.

• If an effective rescinding DASR for the initial valid DASR is


received in a timely manner, the first DASR filed after the
date of rescission will be accepted as long as it meets the
time frames outlined in DASR Requirements of this section.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 30
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Terms and
Conditions
Between
Delivery
Service
Customers and
MSPs
• The following information must be disclosed to the Customer
in the terms and conditions provided by an MSP to a
Customer who has agreed to purchase Metering Services
from the MSP:

• The rate charged by the MSP and the existence of any


additional charges which the Customer may be required
to pay in order to complete Metering Service
transactions;

• The Letter of Authorization authorizes the MSP to receive


Customer Information data from the Company;

• All electric Metering Services associated with the account


number provided in the DASR will be switched;

• Specifications of any charges that may be assessed by


the MSP for switching MSPs; and

• Disclosure of the fact that additional charges may apply.

New or Moving
Customers
• Customer switching procedures for new Customers or
Customers moving from a previous premise will be
according to the terms and conditions of the Turn-On/Turn-
Off of this section.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 31
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Notification of
Customer
Switches
• No cancellation DASR is required from a current MSP when
a new enrollment DASR is provided by a new MSP for
subsequent billing months.

• A cancellation DASR is required for an MSP to voluntarily


terminate the current Customer’s provision of Metering
Services.

• The Company will only notify the Customer in cases when


the Customer switches to the Company-supplied Metering
Services.

Switching of
Metering
Service to
Multiple MSPs
• Switching of Metering Services to multiple Metering Service
Providers for a single account is prohibited.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 32
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Disconnection

Disconnection provisions under this tariff schedule shall be


those contained in the Company’s Bundled Tariff Service and as
governed by 83 Ill. Admin. Code Part 280 with the following
additional conditions:

Responsibility
for Physical
Disconnection
of Service
• The Company reserves the sole right and responsibility for
the
• Administrative decision to disconnect services provided
by the Company for credit reasons.
• Physical disconnections of Customers from the
Company’s delivery system for emergencies.

• Physical disconnection of Customers from the delivery


system by an MSP is allowed only when arrangements have
been made with the Company prior to disconnection. Such
disconnection must be in conjunction with a change in MSP
providers or metering processes outlined in Metering
Services.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 33
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Termination of
Metering
Services
• Nothing in this tariff is to be construed to prevent MSPs from
terminating or refusing to provide Metering Services to
Delivery Service Customers to whom they are currently
providing service for any reason except as provided for in
Section 16-115(A)(i) of the Act.

• Should an MSP decide to terminate Metering Services, the


MSP must provide a cancellation DASR to the Company
informing the Company they are no longer providing such
service to the Customer. Such DASR must meet the time
frames outlined in DASR Requirements of this section.
Cancellation will be effective on the next regularly scheduled
Company meter read date.

• Delivery Service Customers for whom Metering Services are


lost or terminated through no fault of their own because of a
default of their MSP will be provided service under the
Company’s Tariff EDS, Rider MS rates.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 34
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Reconnection
Reconnection provisions under this tariff schedule shall be
those contained in the Company’s Bundled Tariff Service and as
governed by 83 Ill. Admin. Code Part 280 with the following
additional conditions:

Responsibility
for Physical
Reconnection
of Service
• The Company reserves the sole right and responsibility for
physical reconnections of retail Customers to the Company’s
delivery system. Physical reconnections to the delivery
system by an MSP are allowed only when arrangements
have been made with the Company prior to reconnection.
Such reconnection must be in conjunction with a change in
MSPs or metering processes outlined in Metering Services.

Reestablish-
ment of Meter-
ing Services
• Nothing in this tariff is to be construed to prevent MSPs from
reestablishing the provision of Metering Services to Delivery
Service Customers for any reason.

• Should an MSP decide to reestablish the provision of


Metering Services, the MSP must provide a DASR form to
the Company informing the Company they are reestablishing
Metering Services to the Customer.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 35
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Turn-on/Turn-
off
Applications for new service with the Company shall be
governed by the same rules as those prescribed by the
Company under Bundled Tariff Service with the following
additional terms and conditions:

Responsible
Parties
• The MSP will be responsible for connections of service
associated with the metering processes outlined in Metering
Services of this tariff.

• The Company will be responsible for all other physical


connections of service. MSPs will not be allowed to connect
Customers to the Company’s delivery system except in
cases of installation of self-contained metering.

• Requests for commencement of service can be received


from a Customer or from that Customer’s MSP.

• Requests for commencement of service by the Customer’s


MSP must be done by submitting a DASR to the Company
as governed by the Switching and Termination rules of this
tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 36
Electric Service in Illinois

10. Switching and Termination (Cont.)

Selection of
MSPs
• Upon application for new service, Customers taking Delivery
Services will be provided a list of MSPs certified and
registered to offer Metering Services on the Company’s
delivery system. Such information will include:
• MSP name and address; and
• Phone number.

New
Customers
• If a Customer that is taking Delivery Service applies for turn-
on of service and is not currently taking Metering Service
from an MSP on the Company’s distribution system, a DASR
must be provided to the Company in order for the Customer
to purchase Metering Services from an MSP.

• Unless an approved DASR has been provided to the


Company by an MSP for a new Customer, the Company will
provide Metering Services to that Customer under its
applicable EDS Tariff, Rider MS Rates.

Moving
Customers
• If a Customer applies for turn-on of service and is already
being provided Metering Services by a Meter Service
Provider at a previous location within the Company’s
distribution system, a DASR needs to be submitted to
maintain service from that Meter Service Provider. Changes
in such Customer’s account resulting from a new application
of service will be forwarded to the Customer’s Supplier and
MSP.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 37
Electric Service in Illinois

11. Dispute Resolution

• Complaints concerning charges, practices, facilities or


services provided by the Company shall be investigated
promptly and thoroughly. All written complaints will be
acknowledged in writing or verbally. The Company shall
keep such records of complaints as required by 83 Ill. Adm.
Code 410.

• If the complaint cannot be resolved at the initial inquiry point,


the information will be promptly referred to the employee or
department that has authority to take appropriate action to
resolve the complaint. Any complaint, if unresolved by the
prior action, will be referred to the appropriate management
employee for resolution.

• The final step for any unresolved informal complaint will be a


filing with the Consumer Services Division of the
Commission, by either the complainant or the Company, for
a resolution of the issue.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 38
Electric Service in Illinois

12. Miscellaneous General Provisions

Credit
• All MSPs taking or providing service under this tariff shall
meet the financial, technical, and managerial requirements
as outlined in 83 Ill. Adm. Code Part 460.

Customer
Information

Consent
• Customer information may be requested by a Customer, an
MSP, Supplier, or an agent acting on the Customer’s behalf.

• If the requesting party is not the Customer, the requesting


party must first obtain verifiable authorization from the
Customer in order for the Company to release such
Customer information.

• Letters of Authorization obtained from the Customer by a


requesting MSP (see Switching and Termination section of
this tariff schedule) will be considered sufficient Customer
consent for the purpose of providing Customer information to
a requesting party.

Blocking
Requests
• In the event that a Customer requests their historical account
information not be released, the Company shall block the
release of such specific information.

• A Customer may make a request to block via telephone or in


writing.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 39
Electric Service in Illinois

12. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

• Requests to remove blocks shall only be accepted in writing.


Letters of Authorization will be sufficient to unblock the
release of Customer information.

Request
Requirements
• To request Customer information for a specific Cus tomer, a
requesting party (other than the Customer) must provide the
following information for the Customer for which such
information is requested:

• Meter Number (only one required for accounts with


multiple meters);
• Distribution Account Number.

Information to
be Provided
• Upon request, the Company will provide the following
Customer information to requesting parties to the extent it is
readily available:

• Usage history for the prior 24 months (energy and


demand);
• Load profile assignments (for load profiled Customers);
• Hourly load information (for non-load profiled
Customers);
• Delivery rate classification;
• Meter Information;
• Dates of service.

• Information will be provided no later than 5 days after receipt


and validation of the request.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY Ill. C. C. No. 8
Schedule of Rates For Original Sheet No. 40
Electric Service in Illinois

12. Miscellaneous General Provisions (Cont.)

• Information will be provided for the current Customer only.


Usage information in the Company’s records for the account
requested that does not pertain to the Customer currently
taking service at the requested premise will not be provided.

• Billing information will be limited to usage information and


associated time periods and will not include any credit
information.

• Information will be provided one time only per Customer


authorization.

Fees
• The Company will charge requesting parties for providing
Customer information as o utlined in the Rates and Charges
section of this tariff.

Issued April 5, 2002 Effective May 1, 2002


Filed in compliance with the Commission’s
March 21, 2001 Order in Docket 00-0494 and
March 27, 2002 Order in Docket 01-0444
Issued by James J. Howard, Vice President