Virginia Electric and Power Company

Schedule 10U UNBUNDLED RETAIL ACCESS LARGE GENERAL SERVICE __________________ I. AVAILABILITY

This schedule is available to existing Customers who elect to receive Electricity Supply Service from a Competitive Service Provider, who have established a measured demand of 500 kW or more, and who were billed under Schedule 10 for the previous 12 months immediately prior to receiving service under this rate schedule. Service under this schedule may not continue to be available until any “Agreement for Electric Service” that the Company may require is executed between the Company and the Customer. Such agreement will be for Electric Delivery Service under this schedule or any Bundled Rate Schedule the Customer may migrate to during the term of the agreement. Such agreement will have a minimum term of at least one year. This schedule is not available at a location until such time that the Company has installed all necessary metering equipment. II. APPLICABILITY

This schedule is applicable to the provision of Electric Delivery Service to any nonresidential Customer who has established a peak measured demand of 500 kW and who meets the availability requirement, above. A Customer, whose contract demand or highest average kW demand during any 30minute interval during the current and previous 11 billing months is 500 kW or more and who discontinues service under this Unbundled Rate Schedule to return to an applicable Bundled Rate Schedule, may not receive service under this Unbundled Rate Schedule or any other Unbundled Rate Schedule for the succeeding 12 months following such discontinuation of service.

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Virginia Electric and Power Company

Schedule 10U UNBUNDLED RETAIL ACCESS LARGE GENERAL SERVICE __________________ (Continued) III. 30-DAY VARIABLE RATE PER DELIVERY POINT A. Distribution Service Charges 1. Basic Customer Charge $131.00 per billing month. 2. Plus Distribution Demand Charge a. Primary Voltage Customer First 5000 kW of Distribution Demand Additional kW of Distribution Demand b. Secondary Voltage Customer All kW of Distribution Demand B. Competitive Transition kWh Charges Regardless of the service voltage, all kWh will be categorized according to the following table and billed at the rates specified. 1. For the period May 1 through September 30:

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$1.000 per kW $0.755 per kW

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$2.120 per kW

Day Classification A B C

On-Peak Period 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. 7 a.m.- 10 p.m.

Competitive Transition On-Peak Charge Per kWh 0.000¢ 0.000¢ 0.000¢

Competitive Transition Off-Peak Charge Per kWh 0.000¢ 0.000¢ 0.000¢

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Virginia Electric and Power Company Schedule 10U UNBUNDLED RETAIL ACCESS LARGE GENERAL SERVICE __________________ (Continued) III. 30-DAY VARIABLE RATE PER DELIVERY POINT (Continued) 2. For the period October 1 through April 30: Competitive Transition On-Peak Charge Per kWh 0.000¢

Day Classification A

On-Peak Period 6 a.m.- noon & 5 p.m.- 9p.m. 6 a.m.-noon & 5 p.m.- 9 p.m. 6 a.m.-noon & 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.

Competitive Transition Off-Peak Charge Per kWh 0.000¢

B

0.000¢

0.000¢

C

0.000¢

0.000¢

(NOTE: Classification A will apply for no more than 28 days during any calendar year, and classification C will apply for no less than 60 days during any calendar year.) C. IV. The minimum charge shall be such as may be contracted for.

NOTIFICATION OF DAY CLASSIFICATION

The day classification for each day will be determined by the Company and will be available via a toll-free telephone number after 5 p.m. the preceding day. Should the Company fail to make its determination by 5 p.m., the classification shall be "C" by default. V. DETERMINATION OF DISTRIBUTION DEMAND

The Distribution Demand shall be billed only where the service voltage is less than 69 kV. Service voltage is defined as the voltage associated with facilities which the Company would normally provide for the service required by the Customer. The Company may install metering equipment necessary to determine both the average kW demand during a 30-minute interval and the average kVA demand during a 30-minute interval. The Peak Demand for the current billing month shall be the higher of: (Continued) Filed 03-19-10 Electric-Virginia Superseding Filing Effective For Usage On and After 09-01-09, On an Interim Basis. This Filing Effective For Usage On and After 09-01-09.

Virginia Electric and Power Company Schedule 10U UNBUNDLED RETAIL ACCESS LARGE GENERAL SERVICE __________________ (Continued)

V.

DETERMINATION OF DISTRIBUTION DEMAND (Continued) A. B. The highest average kW demand measured during the current billing month, or 85% of the highest average kVA demand measured during the current billing month, or The maximum demand the Company is to deliver (Contract Demand), or 500 kW.

C. D.

In the event that the Peak Demand determined for the current billing month exceeds the Contract Demand, the Contract Demand shall be increased by such excess demand. The Distribution Demand billed under III.A.2. shall be the Contract Demand. VI. METER READING AND BILLING A. The Company may require that the Customer provide the Company with access to the Customer's telephone service so that the Company may communicate with its metering equipment. When the actual number of days between meter readings is more or less than 30 days, the Basic Customer Charge, the Distribution Demand Charge, and the minimum charge of the 30-day variable rate will each be multiplied by the actual number of days in the billing period and divided by 30.

B.

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Virginia Electric and Power Company Schedule 10U UNBUNDLED RETAIL ACCESS LARGE GENERAL SERVICE __________________ (Continued) VII. SERVICE AVAILABLE

Normally the Company will supply the equipment necessary and will deliver to the Customer, in accordance with the Company's applicable Terms and Conditions at One Delivery Point mutually satisfactory to the Customer and the Company, 60 cycle alternating current electricity of the phase and voltage desired by the Customer at said Delivery Point, provided electricity of the phase and voltage desired by the Customer is available generally in the area in which electricity is desired. VIII. PARALLEL OPERATION SERVICE

A Customer operating an electric power plant in parallel with the Company's facilities may elect service under this schedule provided that suitable relays and protective equipment are furnished, installed, and maintained at the Customer's expense in accordance with specifications furnished by the Company. The relays and protection equipment shall be subject, at all reasonable times, to inspection by the Company's authorized representative. IX. TERM OF RATE SCHEDULE Open order.

Filed 03-19-10 Electric-Virginia

Superseding Filing Effective For Usage On and After 09-01-09, On an Interim Basis. This Filing Effective For Usage On and After 09-01-09.