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CENTRAL MAINE POWER COMPANY Forty-Second Revision

RATE R-TOU
RETIRED EMPLOYEE RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME OF USE

AVAILABILITY

This rate is available for Retired Employee Residential Service taken on a continuous year-round
basis at one point of delivery, except that service may be taken for a shorter period subject to the
provisions of the short-term service charge.

This rate will apply to retirees who retired prior to January 1, 1982. This rate shall apply on the
single service where the retiree actually resides. This rate may also be applied at a retiree's
seasonal residence that is used for the occupancy of the retiree.

CHARACTER OF SERVICE

Service will be single phase, alternating current, 60 hertz, furnished at one standard secondary
distribution voltage as described in the Company's Handbook of Requirements for Electric
Service and Meter Installations.

BASIC RATE PER MONTH

The retiree’s bill will be computed using the basic rates below.

Service Charge: $6.79

kWh Charges:

On-Peak $0.061920/kWh
Shoulder $0.053462/kWh
Off-Peak $0.026605/kWh

The daily periods for weekdays (Monday through Friday, excluding holidays) shall be as follows:

On-Peak 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and


4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Shoulder 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Off-Peak 8:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.

All Saturdays, Sundays and holidays year-round shall be designated as all off-peak.

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Effective Date: For service rendered on Eric N. Stinneford


and after July 1, 2010

Docket Nos. 2009-422, 2010-051 & 2010-081 Vice President–Controller, Treasurer & Clerk
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CENTRAL MAINE POWER COMPANY Twenty-Seventh Revision

RATE R-TOU
RETIRED EMPLOYEE RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME OF USE

TRANSMISSION CHARGE

The transmission charges in accordance with Subsection 44.1 of the Terms & Conditions are
included in the above rates.

CONSERVATION ASSESSMENT CHARGE

The conservation assessment charges in accordance with Subsection 49.1 of the Terms &
Conditions are included in the above rates.

SHORT-TERM SERVICE CHARGE

Retirees who take short-term service will be billed for the first three months, or fraction thereof,
$20.37 per month in addition to the regular monthly electric service rate (including the monthly
minimum charge).

A credit equal to one-ninth of the amount of short-term service charges billed during the first
three months of short-term service will be applied to a short-term retiree's bill for each month, or
fraction thereof, that the short-term retiree's term of service exceeds three months. In no case will
the total amount of such credits exceed the total amount of short-term service charges billed.

When seasonal service retirees take service for less than twelve consecutive months, they will be
considered to be short-term customers and their final bills will be adjusted to include any unbilled
short-term service charges and credits.

MINIMUM CHARGE

The Service Charge, plus any charges due for short-term service. The retiree discount does not
apply to the minimum charge.

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Effective Date: For service rendered on Eric N. Stinneford


and after July 1, 2010

Docket Nos. 2009-422, 2010-051 & 2010-081 Vice President–Controller, Treasurer & Clerk
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CENTRAL MAINE POWER COMPANY Twelfth Revision

RATE R-TOU
RETIRED EMPLOYEE RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - TIME OF USE

SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1. Multi-family Dwellings Served Through One Meter

Service to residential dwellings which are occupied by more than one family but served
through one meter will only be billed on this rate if the per unit use exceeds 2,000 kWh in
any one month of December, January, February or March. Otherwise, such service must
be billed on the Company's Retired Employee Residential Service Rate R, subject to the
special conditions specified therein.

2. Availability of Special Meters

Service under this rate will be provided subject to the availability of special meters
required for time-of-use service.

3. Loads of Intermittent, Irregular, or Occasional Use

Energy may be delivered under this rate for service to equipment which is used only
intermittently, irregularly or occasionally, provided the Company's distribution facilities
are, in the judgment of the Company, suitable for the service requested. Where such
capacity and facilities do not already exist, the Company may require separately metered
service for such loads.

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Effective Date: For service rendered on Curtis I. Call


and after July 1, 2004

Docket No. 2004-167 Vice President