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					STATE OF CALIFORNIA                                                              ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Governor

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102-3298




           September 11, 2009                                     Advice Letter 2344-E


           Akbar Jazayeri
           Vice President, Regulatory Operations
           Southern California Edison Company
           P O Box 800
           Rosemead, CA 91770


           Subject: General Clean-Up Filing to Modify Various Tariffs


           Dear Mr. Jazayeri:

           Advice Letter 2344-E is effective September 4, 2009.


           Sincerely,


           Julie A. Fitch, Director
           Energy Division
                               ADVICE LETTER (AL) SUSPENSION NOTICE
                                         ENERGY DIVISION


Utility Name: Southern California Edison Date Utility Notified: 6/15/2009
Utility No./Type: 338/Electric           [X] E-Mail to: james.yee@sce.com
Advice Letter Nos.: 2344-E
Date AL filed: May 18, 2009        Fax No.: N/A
Utility Contact Person: James Yee ED Staff Contact: Elaine Chan
Utility Phone No.: 626-302-2509                 For Internal Purposes Only:
                                         Date Calendar Clerk Notified _____/_____/_______
                                         Date Commissioners/Advisors Notified ___/___/___

[X] INITIAL SUSPENSION (up to 120 DAYS)
      This is to notify that the above-indicated AL is suspended for up to 120 days after June 15, 2009
      for the following reason(s) below. If the AL requires a Commission resolution and the
      Commission’s deliberation on the resolution prepared by Energy Division extends beyond the
      expiration of the initial suspension period, the advice letter will be automatically suspended for
      up to 180 days beyond the initial suspension period.

      [ X ] Section 455 Hearing is Required - A Commission resolution may be required to address the
      advice letter.

      [ ] Advice Letter Requests a Commission Order

      [ ] Advice Letter Requires Staff Review

      Expected duration of initial suspension period: 120 days


      [ ] FURTHER SUSPENSION (up to 180 DAYS beyond initial suspension period)

      The AL requires a Commission resolution and the Commission’s deliberation on the resolution
      prepared by Energy Division has extended beyond the expiration of the initial suspension period.
      The advice letter is suspended for up to 180 days beyond the initial suspension period.
        _____________________________________________
      If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact Elaine Chan at (415) 703-5621
      (ec2@cpuc.ca.gov).

      cc: Maria Salinas
          Honesto Gatchalian




* Note: reference – Decision D.02-02-049, dated February 21, 2002, and Rule 7.5 in appendix A of D.O7-01-024
                                                                        Akbar Jazayeri
                                                                        Vice President of Regulatory Operations




                                          May 18, 2009


ADVICE 2344-E
(U 338-E)


PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
ENERGY DIVISION


SUBJECT:          General Clean-Up Filing to Modify Various Tariffs


Southern California Edison Company (SCE) hereby submits for filing the following
changes to its tariff schedules. The revised tariff sheets are listed on Attachment A and
are attached hereto.

PURPOSE

The purpose of this advice letter is to modify tariff language to make clarifying changes,
correct minor errors, and to remove obsolete information from SCE’s Preliminary
Statements and tariffs.

BACKGROUND

SCE’s tariffs reflect and represent the outcome of numerous California Public Utilities
Commission (Commission) decisions, resolutions, rulings, general orders, code
changes, laws, and policy changes that have occurred over the years. As a result, tariff
language and/or conditions of service have expired or have become obsolete based on
a number of factors.

From time to time, SCE prepares a “clean-up filing” for Commission approval to
remove/revise specific tariff language that is either obsolete and/or irrelevant, needs to
be modified due to minor inadvertent errors, or needs to be revised to include clarifying
changes.

PROPOSED TARIFF CHANGES

As a result of an on-going review of its tariffs, SCE has identified the need to make
clean-up corrections to the following Preliminary Statements and tariffs:



P.O. Box 800   2244 Walnut Grove Ave.   Rosemead, California 91770   (626) 302-3630    Fax (626) 302-4829
ADVICE 2344-E
(U 338-E)                              -2-                           May 18, 2009




   •   Preliminary Statement, Part AAA
   •    Preliminary Statement, Part E
   •   Preliminary Statement, Part H
   •   Preliminary Statement, Part N
   •   Preliminary Statement, Part ZZ
   •   Schedule D-APS - Domestic Automatic Powershift
   •   Schedule D-CARE - California Alternate Rates for Energy Domestic Service
   •   Schedule DMS-1 - Domestic Service Multifamily Accommodation – Sub metered
   •   Experimental Schedule PPP - Peak Plus Pilot
   •   Schedule RTP-2 - General Service-Large Real Time Pricing
   •   Schedule TOU-GS-3-SOP - Time-Of-Use - General Service - Super Off Peak -
       Demand Metered
   •   Schedule TOU-8 - Time-Of-Use - General Service - Large
   •   Schedule PA-RTP - Agricultural and Pumping - Large - Real Time Pricing
   •   Schedule TOU-PA-ICE - Time-of-Use - Agricultural and Pumping Internal
       Combustion Engine Conversion Program
   •   Schedule BSC-IMO - Bundled Service Customer Interval Meter Ownership
   •   Schedule CBP - Capacity Bidding Program
   •   Schedule CCA-CRS - Community Choice Aggregation Cost Responsibility
       Surcharge
   •   Schedule DA-RCSC - Direct Access Revenue Cycle Services Credits
   •   Schedule DBP - Demand Bidding Program
   •   Schedule SLRP - Scheduled Load Reduction Program
   •   List of Contracts and Deviations
   •   Rule 1 - Definitions
   •   Rule 2 - Description of Service
   •   Rule 9 - Rendering and Payment of Bills
   •   Index of Communities
   •   Form 14-310 - Application and Contract for Electric Service Schedule DS -
       Domestic Seasonal
   •   Form 14-386 - Attachment Agreement for Illuminated Decorations on Ornamental
       Street Light Poles
   •   Form 14-564 - Local Office Payment Receipt
   •   Form 14-732 - Generating Facility Interconnection Application
   •   Form 14-741 - Demand Bidding Program
   •   Form 14-746 - Medical Baseline Allowance Application
   •   Form 14-773 - Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement
   •   Form 14-777 - Capacity Bidding Program Aggregator Agreement
   •   Form CSD 273 - Application and Contract for Electric Service Line Extension –
       Permanent Service
   •   Form 14-118 - Third Party Notification Request for Notification and Eligibility
       Certification
ADVICE 2344-E
(U 338-E)                                -3-                              May 18, 2009




   • Form 14-456 - Final Call
   • Form 14-458 - Disconnection of Service Notice
   • Form 14-504 - Extension Notice … Discontinuance of Service Notice
   • Form 14-560 - Request for Change of Residential Rate Schedule
   • Form 16-326 - Agricultural Water Pumping - Large Alternate Power Source
     Affidavit
   • Form 16-238 - Preliminary Design and Engineering Agreement

Proposed revisions are summarized in Appendix A, listed and attached as revised tariffs
in Attachment A, and shown in redline version in Attachment B.

No cost information is required for this advice filing.

This advice filing will not increase any rate or charge, cause the withdrawal of service,
or conflict with any other schedule or rule.

TIER DESIGNATION

Pursuant to Decision 07-01-024, Energy Industry Rule 5.2, this advice letter is
submitted with a Tier 2 designation.

EFFECTIVE DATE

This advice filing will become effective on June 17, 2009, the 30th calendar day after the
date filed.

NOTICE

Anyone wishing to protest this advice filing may do so by letter via U.S. Mail, facsimile,
or electronically, any of which must be received no later than 20 days after the date of
this advice filing. Protests should be mailed to:

              CPUC, Energy Division
              Attention: Tariff Unit
              505 Van Ness Avenue
              San Francisco, California 94102
              E-mail: jnj@cpuc.ca.gov and mas@cpuc.ca.gov

Copies should also be mailed to the attention of the Director, Energy Division,
Room 4004 (same address above).

In addition, protests and all other correspondence regarding this advice letter should
also be sent by letter and transmitted via facsimile or electronically to the attention of:
ADVICE 2344-E
(U 338-E)                              -4-                            May 18, 2009



             Akbar Jazayeri
             Vice President of Regulatory Operations
             Southern California Edison Company
             2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
             Rosemead, California 91770
             Facsimile: (626) 302-4829
             E-mail: AdviceTariffManager@sce.com

             Bruce Foster
             Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs
             c/o Karyn Gansecki
             Southern California Edison Company
             601 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 2040
             San Francisco, California 94102
             Facsimile: (415) 929-5540
             E-mail: Karyn.Gansecki@sce.com

There are no restrictions on who may file a protest, but the protest shall set forth
specifically the grounds upon which it is based and shall be submitted expeditiously.

In accordance with Section 4 of General Order No.(GO) 96-B, SCE is serving copies of
this advice filing to the interested parties shown on the attached GO 96-B service list.
Address change requests to the GO 96-B service list should be directed by electronic
mail to AdviceTariffManager@sce.com or at (626) 302-2930. For changes to all other
service lists, please contact the Commission’s Process Office at (415) 703-2021 or by
electronic mail at Process_Office@cpuc.ca.gov.

Further, in accordance with Public Utilities Code Section 491, notice to the public is
hereby given by filing and keeping the advice filing at SCE’s corporate headquarters.
To view other SCE advice letters filed with the Commission, log on to SCE’s web site at
http://www.sce.com/AboutSCE/Regulatory/adviceletters.

For questions, please contact Prabha Cadambi at (626) 302-8177 or by electronic mail
at Prabha.Cadambi@sce.com.

                                         Southern California Edison Company




                                         Akbar Jazayeri
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Enclosures
Appendix A
                                               APPENDIX A – DETAILS OF CLEAN-UP FILING
           Schedule      Sheet        Section                Reason                               Change
                                                                             Changed text from:
                                                                             “A Potential Z-Factor may be identified by
                                                                             the utility or the Office of Ratepayers
                                                                             Advocates (ORA). …For all Potential
                                                                             Z-Factors identified by the utility, copies of
                                                                             the letter shall be sent to the Director of the
                                                                             Energy Division and the Director of ORA.
                                                                             For all Potential Z-Factors identified by the
                                                                             ORA, copies of the Letter of Notification shall
                                                                             be sent to the Senior Vice President of
                                                                             Regulatory Policy and Affairs and the
                                                                             Manager of Revenue and Tariffs Division of
                                                                             the Utility.”
                                                                             To:
                                                                             “A Potential Z-Factor may be identified by
                                                                             SCE or the Division of Ratepayer Advocates
                                                                             (DRA). …For all Potential Z-Factors
                                                                             identified by SCE, copies of the letter shall
                                                                             be sent to the Director of the Energy Division
                                                                             and the Director of DRA. For all Potential
                                                    Correct the reference to
                                                                             Z-Factors identified by the DRA, copies of
                                                        SCE, Division of
                                  Part AAA – Post                            the Letter of Notification shall be sent to the
                                                     Ratepayer Advocates,
                                     Test Year                               Vice President of Regulatory Operations
         Preliminary                                     the title of Vice
                                    Ratemaking                               and the Manager of Revenue Requirements
         Statement -      02                        President of Regulatory
                                 Mechanism (PYTR)                            Division of SCE.”
         AAA                                        Operations for SCE and
                                     Section 5,
                                                     the department name
                                     Z-Factors                               Changed text from:
                                                       for the Manager of
                                                                             “In order to receive recovery of a Z-Factor,
                                                    Revenue Requirements.
                                                                             the Utility…”
                                                                             To:
                                                                             “In order to receive recovery of a Z-Factor,
                                                                             SCE…”

                                                                                   Changed text from:
                                                                                   “The Utility will bear the risk of all potential
                                                                                   Z-Factors which do not have financial impact
                                                                                   on the Utility…”
                                                                                   To”
                                                                                   “SCE will bear the risk of all potential
                                                                                   Z-Factors which do not have financial impact
                                                                                   on SCE…”

                                                                                   Changed text from:
                                                                                   “…Public Utilities Code Section 463 which
                                                                                   the Utility is seeking Z-Factor recovery.”
                                                                                   To:
                                                                                   “…Public Utilities Code Section 463 which
                                                                                   SCE is seeking Z-Factor recovery.”
                                                         These conditions are      Deleted the text originally in Section 4:
                                                          not applicable since     “Due to the delay of the start date for
                                 Part E – General,
         Preliminary                                   Direct Access has been      Direct Access…charge rather than CTC.”
                          02      Section 4, Direct
         Statement - E                                  suspended pursuant to
                                 Access Start Date
                                                        Decision 01-09-060 as      Renamed Section 5, Service Guarantee
                                                       of September 20, 2001.      Program, to Section 4.
                                                       Sub Section c. language     Deleted obsolete text at the end of this
                                                        was removed in Advice      paragraph:
                                                            805-E effective        The Basic Allocation shall be provided to
                                 Part H 2.a. – Basic
         Preliminary                                      11-26-88, yet a tariff   each residential customer unless such
                          01          Allocation
         Statement - H                                 reference within 2.a was    customer qualifies for an all-electric Baseline
                                                           inadvertently not       Allocation as set forth in Paragraph b below,
                                                         removed at the same       except as provided in Section c of this
                                                                 time.             paragraph.
                                      Part N –
                                                           SCE eliminated
                                   Memorandum
         Preliminary                                    Preliminary Statement
                          02         Accounts,                                     Section No. 33 revised to read, “Not Used”
         Statement - N                                  Part N.33 pursuant to
                                    Section 2.d.,
                                                         Decision 05-08-036.
                                   Section No. 33
                                                                                   Deleted the entire text within Part N, 33:
                                                           SCE eliminated          “Residential Generation Revenue
                                    Part N.33
         Preliminary                                    Preliminary Statement      Shortfall Memorandum Account
                          39       Memorandum
         Statement - N                                  Part N.33 pursuant to      (RGRSMA) The Purpose of RGRSMA
                                    Accounts
                                                         Decision 05-08-036.       ………and eliminate the RGRSMA.”
                                                                                   Revised to read, “Not Used”

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                                                                                 Deleted the text:
                                                                                 “The sum of (a) through (u) equals the
                               Part ZZ – Energy
                                                                                 activity recorded in the ERRA each
         Preliminary              Resource         Duplicative information -
                          04                                                     month. Interest shall accrue monthly to
         Statement - ZZ        Recovery Account      already on Sheet 5.
                                                                                 the ERRA by applying the Interest Rate to
                                   Section 3
                                                                                 the average of the beginning and ending
                                                                                 monthly ERRA balances.”
                               Part ZZ – Energy
                                                                                 Deleted entire text lettered p,q,r,s and t and
         Preliminary              Resource         Duplicative information -
                          05                                                     renumbered subsequent sections
         Statement - ZZ        Recovery Account      already on Sheet 4.
                                                                                 accordingly.
                                   Section 3
                                                                                 Changed text from:
                                                                                 “The number of cycling periods under
                                                                                 Subsection a. and b. is limited to
                                                                                 15 occurrences per year during the period
                                                       Include changes           from the first Sunday in June to the first
                               Special Condition
          D-APS (SDP)     03                            consistent with          Sunday in October...”
                                       5
                                                        Advice 2168-E.           To:
                                                                                 “The number of cycling periods under
                                                                                 Subsection a. and b. is limited to
                                                                                 15 occurrences per year during the period
                                                                                 from June 1 to October 1…”
                                                                                 Changed text from:
                                                      Delete reference to        “This Schedule may only be combined with
                                                   TOU-D-PPP. Pursuant           D-APS, D-APS-E, DMS-1, DMS-2, DMS-3,
                               Special Condition    to Advice 2116-E, this       DS, TOU-D-1, TOU-D-2, and TOU-D-PPP.”
            D-CARE        03
                                      10             was an experimental         To:
                                                       tariff that expired       “This Schedule may only be combined
                                                      December of 2008.          with D-APS, D-APS-E, DMS-1, DMS-2,
                                                                                 DMS-3, DS, TOU-D-1, and TOU-D-2.”
                                                                                 Changed text to add “income” :
                                                                                 “When SCE receives an application from
                               Special Condition     Revise language to          qualifying low income CARE tenant, the
             DMS-1        03
                                      6-c          clarify eligibility status.   information will be forwarded to SCE’s
                                                                                 customer receiving service under this
                                                                                 Schedule.”
                                                   This schedule was an
          Experimental                             experimental tariff and       The schedule is withdrawn since it was not
                                Entire Schedule
         Schedule - PPP                             has expired effective        extended by the Commission.
                                                    December 31, 2008.
                                                                                 Changed text from:
                                                                                 “….plus the applicable charges as shown in
                                                                                 Schedule DA and subject to applicable
                                                     Schedule DA was
                                                                                 discounts or adjustments provided under
                                                         renamed to
                               Special Condition                                 SCE’s tariff schedules.”
             RTP-2        08                        Schedule DA-CRS in
                                     12 b.                                       To:
                                                      Advice 1717-E-A
                                                                                 “…plus the applicable charges as shown in
                                                    effective 02/02/2004.
                                                                                 Schedule DA-CRS and subject to applicable
                                                                                 discounts or adjustments provided under
                                                                                 SCE’s tariff schedules.”
                                                                                 Added the following text under Special
                                                                                 Conditions:
                                                                                 California Alternate Rates for Energy
                                                                                 Discount: Customers who meet the
                                                                                 definition of a Group Living Facility,
                                                   This Special Condition
                                                                                 Agricultural Employee Housing, or Migrant
           TOU-GS-3-            Added Special          applies to both
                          11                                                     Farm Worker Housing Center as defined in
             SOP                 Condition 14       Schedule TOU-GS-3
                                                                                 the Preliminary Statement, Part O, Section
                                                   and TOU-GS-3-SOP.
                                                                                 3., may qualify for a 22.2% discount off of
                                                                                 their bill prior to application of the PUC
                                                                                 Reimbursement Fee and any applicable
                                                                                 taxes and late payment charges…
                                                                                 Preliminary Statement, Part O, Section 3.”
                                                                                 Changed text from:
                                                                                 “Prior to receiving OBP service, the customer
                                                                                 shall sign the “Optimal Billing Period Service
                                                                                 Agreement,” Form 14-689 and pay an OBP
                                                                                 fee of $160.00 per meter. To continue
                               Special Condition   Add the word “Service”        service under this Special Condition the
             TOU-8        12
                                      16            in the last paragraph.       customer must sign a new OBP Agreement
                                                                                 and pay the OBP fee each year.”
                                                                                 To:
                                                                                 “Prior to receiving OBP service, the customer
                                                                                 shall sign the “Optimal Billing Period Service
                                                                                 Agreement,” Form 14-689 and pay an OBP

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                                                                           fee of $160.00 per meter. To continue
                                                                           service under this Special Condition the
                                                                           customer must sign a new OBP Service
                                                                           Agreement and pay the OBP fee each year.”
                                                                           Changed text from:
                                                                           “…Effective with the date of ineligibility, due
                                                                           to the 500 kW maximum demand criteria, the
                                                                           customer’s account shall be transferring to
                                                                           Schedule TOU-8 or another applicable rate
                                                Correct grammatical        schedule.”
          PA-RTP      01     Applicability
                                                        error              To:
                                                                           “…Effective with the date of ineligibility, due
                                                                           to the 500 kW maximum demand criteria, the
                                                                           customer’s account shall be transferred to
                                                                           Schedule TOU-8 or another applicable rate
                                                                           schedule.”
                                                                           Changed text from:
                                                                           “Eligible customers must adhere to certain
                                                                           program requirements as specified in Special
                                               Correct reference from
                                                                           Condition 1 of this Schedule.”
                                               Special Condition 1 to
         TOU-PA-ICE   01     Applicability                                 To:
                                                  10 of the same
                                                                            “Eligible customers must adhere to certain
                                                     schedule.
                                                                           program requirements as specified in Special
                                                                           Condition 10 of this Schedule.”

                                                                           Changed text from:
                                                                           SCE maintenance service for retrofit
                                                                           Metering Facilities is provided in accordance
                                               Correct the reference in    with Schedule CC-DSF, Section 4.d.
          BSC-IMO     01       Footnote
                                                    the footnote.          To:
                                                                           SCE maintenance service for retrofit
                                                                           Metering Facilities is provided in accordance
                                                                           with Schedule CC-DSF, Section 4.e.
                                                                           Changed text from:
                                                                           The amounts of the capacity credit rates will
                                                                           be fixed through 2008.
                                               Revise the reference in
            CBP       02       Footnote                                    To:
                                                    the footnote.
                                                                           The amounts of the capacity credit rates will
                                                                           be fixed until further modified by the
                                                                           California Public Utilities Commission.
                                                                           Changed text from:
                                                                           “…The Day-Of CBP Event/Test Event will be
                                                                           scheduled at least ½ hour before the ISO
                                                                           Hour Ahead Market is scheduled
                                                                           (approximately three hours prior to
                                                                           commencing the Day-Of CBP Event/Test
                                                                           Event.)
                           Special Condition   Correct the abbreviation
            CBP       03                                                   To:
                                   4                 of CAISO.
                                                                           “…The Day-Of CBP Event/Test Event will be
                                                                           scheduled at least ½ hour before the
                                                                           California Independent System Operator
                                                                           (CAISO) Hour Ahead Market is scheduled
                                                                           (approximately three hours prior to
                                                                           commencing the Day-Of CBP Event/Test
                                                                           Event.)
                                                                           Changed text from:
                                                                           “Shortfall Energy shall be multiplied by the
                                               Correct the abbreviation
                                                                           California Independent System Operator’s
                                                of CAISO and change
                                                                           (Cal ISO) hourly ex post zonal average
                                               the pricing terminology
                                                                           energy price for South Path (SP) 15 and the
                                                   for “ex-post zonal
                                                                           resulting quantity subtracted from the
                                                average energy price”
                                                                           Delivered Energy Payment, as calculated in
                           Special Condition        as a result of the
            CBP       06                                                   10.a above.”
                                 10 c.         California Independent
                                                                           To:
                                                  System Operator’s
                                                                           “Shortfall Energy shall be multiplied by the
                                                Market Redesign and
                                                                           California Independent System Operator’s
                                                 Technology upgrade
                                                                           (CAISO) real-time energy market price and
                                                (MRTU) that went live
                                                                           the resulting quantity subtracted from the
                                                     April 1, 2009.
                                                                           Delivered Energy Payment, as calculated in
                                                                           10.a above.”
                                                                           Added text to the end of the paragraph:
                           Special Condition      Add text to clarify
            CBP       07                                                   “…An internet connection is also required
                                  15           eligibility requirements.
                                                                           for eligibility under this Schedule.”
                           Special Condition   Correct the abbreviation    Changed text from:
            CBP       07
                                  16                 of CAISO.             “…shall not participate in the ISO’s Ancillary

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                                                                               Service Load Program or other SCE
                                                                               resource contracts.”
                                                                               To;
                                                                               “…shall not participate in the CAISO’s
                                                                               Ancillary Service Load Program or other
                                                                               SCE resource contracts.”
                                                                               Changed text from:
                                                                               “Where the customer obtains its electric
                                                                               power and ancillary services from an Electric
                                                  Correct reference to the
                              Special Condition                                Service Provider.”
             CBP         08                           Energy Service
                                    19 c.                                      To:
                                                         Provider.
                                                                               “Where the customer obtains its electric
                                                                               power and ancillary services from an Energy
                                                                               Service Provider.”
                                                                               Changed text from:
                                                                               “Where the customer obtains its electric
                                                                               power and ancillary services from an Electric
                                                  Correct reference to the
                              Special Condition                                Service Provider.”
             CBP         08                           Energy Service
                                    19 e.                                      To:
                                                         Provider.
                                                                               “Where the customer obtains its electric
                                                                               power and ancillary services from an Energy
                                                                               Service Provider.”
                                                                               Changed text from:
                                                                               “Collection of CTC, the PICA-URG, and the
                                                                               PCIA-DWR costs applicable to Community
                                                                               Aggregation (CA) Customers pursuant to
                                                                               Decision 05-01-009 is temporarily
                                                                               suspended pending a true-up of CRS for
                              Special Condition   Correct the abbreviation     CCA Customers.”
          CCA-CRS        02
                                      2                   of PCIA.             To:
                                                                               “Collection of CTC, the PCIA-URG, and the
                                                                               PCIA-DWR costs applicable to Community
                                                                               Aggregation (CA) Customers pursuant to
                                                                               Decision 05-01-009 is temporarily
                                                                               suspended pending a true-up of CRS for
                                                                               CCA Customers.”
                                                                               Changed text as follows:
                                                                               “…Schedule EDR-A, EDR-E, EDR-R will
                                                                               have a concurrent rate schedule of
                                                   Correct references to       Schedule TOU-GS-3 or TOU-8, depending
                              Special Condition   Schedules under which        on the customer demand or if serviced
          DA-RCSC        07
                                      2             a customer can be          under a time-of-use rate schedule. The
                                                   concurrently served.        credit amount for such customers would
                                                                               be for the credit amount listed for either
                                                                               Schedule TOU-GS-3 or TOU-8, which ever
                                                                               is applicable.”
                                                     Correct reference to
                                                   California Independent
                                                    System Operator and
                                                      change the pricing
                                                  terminology for “ex-post     ISO changed to CAISO throughout the tariff.
                                                    zonal average energy
             DBP         01      Entire tariff     price” as a result of the   ex-post zonal average energy price changed
                                                   California Independent      to real-time energy market price
                                                     System Operator’s         throughout the tariff.
                                                    Market Redesign and
                                                    Technology upgrade
                                                   (MRTU) that went live
                                                        April 1, 2009.
                                                                               Added text as follows:
                                                                               “…This Schedule is available to Schedule
                                                      Add reference to
                                                                               TOU-GS-3-CPP, Schedule TOU-8-CPP,
                                                  Schedule CBP. It was
                                                                               Schedule TOU-8-CPP-GCCD, Schedule I-6,
                                                  already referenced and
                                                                               Schedule TOU-BIP (TOU-BIP), and
                                                    approved in Special
                                                                               Schedule AP-1(AP-1) customers who have
            SLRP         01     Applicability     Condition 10 via Advice
                                                                               fulfilled their maximum interruption
                                                       2223-E. It was
                                                                               obligations under those rate schedule and to
                                                      inadvertently not
                                                                               customer receiving service under Schedule
                                                       included in the
                                                                               CBP(CBP), Schedule DBP (DBP), Schedule
                                                   Applicability section.
                                                                               GS-APS (GS-APS), and Schedule
                                                                               GS-APS-E(GS-APS-E).”
                                                  Update list of Contracts     Added text for the item below:
            List of
                                                    and Deviations with        “Zond, Kern County Advice 1795-E
         Contracts and   11
                                                     Advice letter and         June 16, 2004.”
          Deviations
                                                      approval date...

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                                                                                 Changed from:
             List of                                                             Resolution E-38555
                                                      Correct the Resolution
          Contracts and     16
                                                             number
           Deviations                                                            To:
                                                                                 Res.E-3855
            Rule 1 –        12   Small Customer/      Reference to Schedule      The definition now reads as follows:
           Definitions           Applicant            “AL-1” removed from        “Applicants for service and customers
                                                      “Small                     served under Domestic Rate
                                                      Customer/Applicant         Schedules and Schedules GS-1, PA-1,
                                                      definition. Schedule       LS-1, LS-2, LS-3, OL-1, and TC-1.”
                                                      AL-1 was withdrawn in
                                                      Advice 1886-E.
                                                                                 Added text:
                                                                                 “A tax imposed by local governments on
                                                                                 SCE’s customers. SCE is required to bill
                                                                                 customers within the city or county for
            Rule 1 –                                    Add the definition of
                            14     Utility User Tax                              the taxes due, collect the taxes from
           Definitions                                   Utility Users Tax
                                                                                 customers, and then pay the taxes to the
                                                                                 city or county. The tax is calculated as a
                                                                                 percentage of the charges billed by SCE
                                                                                 for energy use.”
                                                                                 Changed text from:
                                                                                 “…However, the installation of meters
                                                                                 capable of recording and providing interval
                                                                                 data that are in addition to or in substitution
                                                                                 for standard meters shall be provided under
            Rule 2 –                                                             the provisions of Rule 2, Section J Interval
                                   Section H 1.b.
          Description of    10                           Correct reference       Metering Facilities as Added Facilities.
                                  Added Facilities
            Service                                                              To:
                                                                                 “…However, the installation of meters
                                                                                 capable of recording and providing interval
                                                                                 data that are in addition to or in substitution
                                                                                 for standard meters shall be provided under
                                                                                 the provisions of Section J of this Rule.”
                                                                                 Changed text from:
                                                                                 “Other Charges. For SCE-owned Interval
                                                                                 Metering and/or Metering Facilities, the
                                                                                 customer shall pay the maintenance and
                                    Section J 5.c.                               testing charges in accordance with
            Rule 2 –
                                  Interval Metering                              Schedule CC-SF.”
          Description of    16                           Correct reference
                                   and/or Metering                               To:
            Service
                                       Charges                                   Other Charges. For SCE-owned Interval
                                                                                 Metering and/or Metering Facilities, the
                                                                                 customer shall pay the maintenance and
                                                                                 testing charges in accordance with
                                                                                 Schedule CC-DSF.”
                                                                                 Changed text from:
                                                                                 “Electronically through SCE’s electronic bill
                                                                                 presentation and payment service,
                                                                                 Pay-by-Phone service, Direct Payment
                                                                                 service, Quick Check, or EDI for commercial
            Rule 9 –
                                   Section C 3.            Spell out the         customers…”
         Rendering and      02
                                  Payment of Bills       abbreviation EDI        To:
         Payment of Bills
                                                                                 Electronically through SCE’s electronic bill
                                                                                 presentation and payment service,
                                                                                 Pay-by-Phone service, Direct Payment
                                                                                 service, Quick Check, or Electronic Data
                                                                                 Exchange for commercial customers…”
                                                         Effective October 1,
                                                          2008 pursuant to
                                                         LAFCO Resolution
                                                       113-07 City of Menifee
            Index of                                   was incorporated and
                            05                                                   Deleted reference to the city of Sun City.
          Communities                                 the City of Sun City has
                                                          been renamed as
                                                      Menifee. The reference
                                                        to Sun City has been
                                                              removed.
          Form 14-310                                                            Changed text from:
         Application and                                                         Customer understands that the Summer
           Contract for                               Add clarifying language    Season Premium Charge is calculated
         Electric Service             Section 5        to condition 5 of the     during the Summer Season by comparing
          Schedule DS-                                       contract.           the daily Summer kWh Usage for the current
            Domestic                                                             billing period with the Average Winter
            Seasonal                                                             Season daily usage of the previous Winter

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                                                                                 Season. If an excess of Summer Season
                                                                                 kWh results, then a Premium Charge will be
                                                                                 applied to the current bill. The Winter
                                                                                 Season Discount is calculated during the
                                                                                 Winter Season by comparing the daily Winter
                                                                                 Season kWh usage for the current billing
                                                                                 period with the Average Summer Season
                                                                                 daily usage of the previous Summer Season.
                                                                                 If an excess of Winter Season kWh results,
                                                                                 then a discount will be applied to the current
                                                                                 bill.
                                                                                 To:
                                                                                 Customer understands that the Summer
                                                                                 Season Premium Charge is calculated
                                                                                 during the Summer Season by comparing
                                                                                 the daily Summer kWh Usage for the current
                                                                                 billing period with the Average Winter
                                                                                 Season daily usage of the previous Winter
                                                                                 Season. If an excess of Summer Season
                                                                                 kWh results, then a Premium Charge will be
                                                                                 applied to the average non-baseline
                                                                                 portion of the current bill. The Winter
                                                                                 Season Discount is calculated during the
                                                                                 Winter Season by comparing the daily Winter
                                                                                 Season kWh usage for the current billing
                                                                                 period with the Average Summer Season
                                                                                 daily usage of the previous Summer Season.
                                                                                 If an excess of Winter Season kWh results,
                                                                                 then a discount will be applied to the
                                                                                 average non-baseline portion of the
                                                                                 current bill.
                                                                                 Corrected the TAP Annual Charge factor
          Form 14-386
                                                    Correct the factor that is   from:
           Attachment
                                                     used to calculate the       $21.09
         Agreement for
                                                     TAP Annual Charge           to
           Illuminated
                                      Page 6              pursuant to            $21.86
         Decorations on
                                                      Advice 2019-E and          Corrected the State Tax Factor from:
          Ornamental
                                                     correct the State Tax       .00020
          Street Light
                                                             factor.             To
               Poles
                                                                                 .00022
                                                                                 The receipt has the following changes from:
                                                                                 Local Office Payment Receipt
                                                                                 To:
                                                                                 Business Office Payment Receipt
          Form 14-564
                                                    Revise the form to meet
         Business Office                                                         Deleted the following statement since batch
                                    Entire form      the needs of today’s
            Payment                                                              stamps are no longer in use:
                                                    business environment.
            Receipt                                                              “This receipt not valid without SCE batch
                                                                                 stamp.”
                                                                                 Deleted the old account number format and
                                                                                 replaced with the new format identified as :
                                                                                 CSS Acct No.
                                                                                 Changed text from:
                                                                                 “Please refer to the California Energy
                                                                                 Commission’s website:
                                                                                 http://www.energy.ca.gov/distgen/interconne
                                                                                 ction/guide_book.html for more information
                                                                                 regarding interconnection of a generator to
           Form 14-732
                                     Section B       Specify reference to        SCE’s Distribution System.”
            Generating
                           Page   Guidelines and       Electric Service          To:
              Facility
                            1         Steps for     Requirements on SCE’s        “You may also refer tp SCE’s Electric
         Interconnection
                                  Interconnection          website.              Service Requirements (ESR’s) located on
            Application
                                                                                 SCE’s website:
                                                                                 http://www.energy.ca.gov/distgen/interconne
                                                                                 ction/guide_book.html for more information
                                                                                 regarding interconnection of a Rule 21 or
                                                                                 NEM generator to SCE’s Distribution
                                                                                 System.”
                                                       Update the mailing        “Alternatively, you may contact SCE for
                                                      address and mailing        NEM at (626) 302 9680 or FAX to
           Form 14-732
                                    Section D         instructions for NEM       (626) 571-4272
            Generating
                           Page       Mailing       Projects “10kW – 1,000
              Facility
                            2      Instructions,    kW.” Added a separate        Separate mailing address and contact
         Interconnection
                                    Assistance        mailing address and        information for all other Distributed
            Application
                                                     contact information for     Generation Projects (DG)
                                                       all other Distributed
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                                                           Generation Projects.      All Other Distributed Generation Projects
                                                                                     (DG)
                                                                                     Southern California Edison Company
                                                                                     Attention: Manager Grid Contract and
                                                                                     Rule 21 Development
                                                                                     2244 Walnut Grove Ave, GO 1, Quad 4 C
                                                                                     Rosemead, CA 91770

                                                                                     Alternatively, you may contact SCE for
                                                                                     DG at (626) 302-9597 or FAX to
                                                                                     (626) 302-1152 and make arrangements to
                                                                                     e-mail or fax copies of the required
                                                                                     information with payment of the required
                                                                                     fees to follow. If you have questions or
                                                                                     need assistance in completing this
                                                                                     application please call.
           Form 14-732      Pages
            Generating      6,7,8,9                        Previously approved
              Facility      ,10,11                         language relocated        Various sections of the form.
         Interconnection     12,13                           within the form.
            Application      & 17
                                                                                     Changed text from:
           Form 14-732                                                               Existing Generator Type , New Generator
            Generating      Pages                         Change the definition of   Type
                                          Generator
              Facility       14 &                          generator type in the
                                         Information
         Interconnection      16                             headings only.          To:
            Application                                                              New Generator Type , Totals For All
                                                                                     Generators
                                                                                     Changed text from:
                                                                                     Signature of Company Representative
                                                                                     To:
          Form 14-741                                                                Signature of Director or Vice President
            Demand          Page                           Change the signatory
                                      Signature Section
            Bidding          2                                 information           Changed text from:
            Program                                                                  Printed Name of Company Representative
                                                                                     To:
                                                                                     Printed Name of Director or Vice
                                                                                     President
                                                                                     Corrected the font size to be uniform
                                                                                     throughout the form. Changed mailing
          Form 14-746
                                                                                     address from :
            Medical                                         Minor grammatical
                                                                                     PO Box 6400
            Baseline                    Entire Form        correction and update
                                                                                     Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729
           Allowance                                         mailing address.
                                                                                     To:
           Application
                                                                                     PO Box 9257
                                                                                     Azusa, CA 91702-9954
                                                                                     Deleted the entire text as follows:

                                                                                     “Appendix E (When Applicable) Producer’s
                                                                                     warranty that the Generating Facility meets
                                                            Extend lines space.      the requirements for “Distributed Energy
           Form 14-773                                    Delete the reference to    Resources Generation” as defined in Section
            Generating                                    Appendix E since it was    353.1 of the California Public Utility Code.”
             Facilities     Pages                               deleted via
         Interconnection    1,3,7,8                         Advice 1969-E-C-3.       Changed text from:
            Agreement                                       Revise the mailing
          Multiple Tariff                                 address and delete FAX     Attention: Vice President, Renewable and
                                                                 number.             Alternative Power

                                                                                     To:
                                                                                     Manager TDBU Contract Administration &
                                                                                     Billing
                                                                                     Changed text from:
                                                                                     “The term of this Agreement shall commence
                                                                                     as of the Effective Date and shall continue in
          Form 14-777                                                                full force and effect until December 31, 2008,
            Capacity                                                                 unless terminated earlier pursuant to
                                                           Language changed to
            Bidding         Page                                                     Section VIII below.”
                                      Section VII Term    be more general, rather
            Program          6                                                       To:
                                                            than a specific date.
           Aggregator                                                                “The term of this Agreement shall
           Agreement                                                                 commence as of the Effective Date and
                                                                                     shall continue in full force and effect until
                                                                                     terminated pursuant to Section VIII
                                                                                     below.”
         Form CSD-273                   Entire Form             Withdrawn            No longer in use.

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          Form 14-118
           Third Party
           Notification
                                                          This form was replaced by Form 14-599-4
          Request for       Entire form    Withdrawn
                                                          Friendly Reminder Notification Program
         Notification and
            Eligibility
          Certification
                                                          Form is withdrawn since it is no longer in
          Form 14-456                                     use. The Form has been replaced by
                            Entire form    Withdrawn
           Final Call                                     Form 14-757 that was approved via
                                                          Advice 1819-E.
          Form 14-458                                     Form is withdrawn since it is no longer in
          Disconnection                                   use. The Form has been replaced by
                            Entire form    Withdrawn
            of Service                                    Form 14-757 that was approved via
              Notice                                      Advice 1819-E.
          Form 14-504
            Extension       Entire form    Withdrawn      No longer in use.
              Notice
          Form 14-560
           Request for
                            Entire form    Withdrawn      Obsolete no longer in use.
         Change of Rate
             Schedule
          Form 16-326
         Schedule TOU-
               PA-6
            Agricultural                                  Schedule TOU-PA-6 was withdrawn however
                            Entire form    Withdrawn
              Water                                       the Form was inadvertently not withdrawn.
             Pumping-
         Alternate Power
         Source Affidavit
          Form 16-238
            Preliminary
                                          Form is being   Changed form number from Form 16-238 to
            Design and      Entire form
                                          renumbered.     14-238.
           Engineering
            Agreement




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                            CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
                                               ADVICE LETTER FILING SUMMARY
                                                      ENERGY UTILITY

                              MUST BE COMPLETED BY UTILITY (Attach additional pages as needed)
    Company name/CPUC Utility No.: Southern California Edison Company (U 338-E)
    Utility type:                                 Contact Person: James Yee
       ELC            GAS                         Phone #: (626) 302-2509
       PLC            HEAT         WATER          E-mail: James.Yee@sce.com
                                                  E-mail Disposition Notice to: AdviceTariffManager@sce.com
                      EXPLANATION OF UTILITY TYPE                                   (Date Filed/ Received Stamp by CPUC)

    ELC = Electric          GAS = Gas
    PLC = Pipeline          HEAT = Heat          WATER = Water

    Advice Letter (AL) #:        2344-E                                   Tier Designation:           2
    Subject of AL:       General Clean-Up Filing to Modify Various Tariffs
    Keywords (choose from CPUC listing):                     Forms, Rules, Text Changes
    AL filing type:    Monthly     Quarterly        Annual    One-Time      Other
    If AL filed in compliance with a Commission order, indicate relevant Decision/Resolution #:


    Does AL replace a withdrawn or rejected AL? If so, identify the prior AL:
    Summarize differences between the AL and the prior withdrawn or rejected AL1:
    Confidential treatment requested?           Yes    No
       If yes, specification of confidential information:
       Confidential information will be made available to appropriate parties who execute a nondisclosure agreement.
       Name and contact information to request nondisclosure agreement/access to confidential information:


    Resolution Required?         Yes      No
    Requested effective date:             6/17/09                   No. of tariff sheets:          -63-
    Estimated system annual revenue effect: (%):
    Estimated system average rate effect (%):
    When rates are affected by AL, include attachment in AL showing average rate effects on customer classes
    (residential, small commercial, large C/I, agricultural, lighting).
    Tariff schedules affected:             See Attachment A.
    Service affected and changes proposed1:
    Pending advice letters that revise the same tariff sheets:             2109-E-A, 2332-E




1
    Discuss in AL if more space is needed.
Protests and all other correspondence regarding this AL are due no later than 20 days after the date of
this filing, unless otherwise authorized by the Commission, and shall be sent to:

CPUC, Energy Division                               Akbar Jazayeri
Attention: Tariff Unit                              Vice President of Regulatory Operations
505 Van Ness Ave.,                                  Southern California Edison Company
San Francisco, CA 94102                             2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
jnj@cpuc.ca.gov and mas@cpuc.ca.gov                 Rosemead, California 91770
                                                    Facsimile: (626) 302-4829
                                                    E-mail: AdviceTariffManager@sce.com

                                                    Bruce Foster
                                                    Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs
                                                    c/o Karyn Gansecki
                                                    Southern California Edison Company
                                                    601 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 2040
                                                    San Francisco, California 94102
                                                    Facsimile: (415) 929-5540
                                                    E-mail: Karyn.Gansecki@sce.com
Public Utilities Commission                            2344-E                             Attachment A

      Cal. P.U.C.                                                                 Cancelling Cal.
      Sheet No.                                 Title of Sheet                   P.U.C. Sheet No.

Revised 45178-E               Preliminary Statement Part A thru F          Revised 38292-E*
                                                                           Revised 27629-E
Revised 45179-E               Preliminary Statement Part A thru F          Original 37165-E
Revised 45180-E               Preliminary Statement Part A thru F          Original 37166-E*
Revised 45181-E               Preliminary Statement Part A thru F          Original 37167-E
Revised 45182-E               Preliminary Statement Part A thru F          Revised 44232-E

Revised 45183-E               Preliminary Statement Part H                 Revised 11457-E

Revised 45184-E               Preliminary Statement Part N                 Revised 44945-E
Revised 45185-E               Preliminary Statement Part N                 Revised 42869-E

Revised 45186-E*              Preliminary Statement Part ZZ                Revised 45111-E
Revised 45187-E*              Preliminary Statement Part ZZ                Revised 44187-E

Revised 45188-E               Preliminary Statement Part AAA               Revised 44987-E

Revised 45189-E               Schedule D-APS                               Revised 43605-E

Revised 45190-E               Schedule D-CARE                              Revised 42999-E

Revised 45191-E               Schedule DMS-1                               Revised 34732-E*

Revised 45192-E               Schedule RTP-2                               Revised 42467-E*

Original 45193-E*             Schedule TOU-GS-3-SOP                        Original

Revised 45194-E               Schedule TOU-8                               Revised 42482-E

Revised 45195-E*              Schedule PA-RTP                              Revised 45038-E

Revised 45196-E               Schedule TOU-PA-ICE                          Original 38873-E

Revised 45197-E*              Schedule BSC-IMO                             Revised 39978-E

Revised 45198-E               Schedule CBP                                 Revised 43426-E
Revised 45199-E               Schedule CBP                                 Revised 43636-E*
Revised 45200-E*              Schedule CBP                                 Revised 44878-E
Revised 45201-E*              Schedule CBP                                 Revised 44879-E
Revised 45202-E               Schedule CBP                                 Revised 43638-E

Revised 45203-E               Schedule CCA-CRS                             Revised 42957-E*

Revised 45204-E               Schedule DA-RCSC                             Revised 44166-E*

Revised 45205-E               Schedule DBP                                 Revised 43640-E**
Revised 45206-E               Schedule DBP                                 Revised 43641-E*
Revised 45207-E               Schedule DBP                                 Revised 43430-E
Revised 45208-E               Schedule DBP                                 Revised 43642-E*
Revised 45209-E               Schedule DBP                                 Revised 43643-E*

Revised 45210-E               Schedule SLRP                                Revised 43646-E*

Revised 45211-E               List of Contracts & Deviations List of C&D   Revised 36395-E


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Public Utilities Commission                              2344-E                              Attachment A

      Cal. P.U.C.                                                                Cancelling Cal.
      Sheet No.                                   Title of Sheet                P.U.C. Sheet No.

Revised 45212-E               List of Contracts & Deviations List of C&D   Revised 36572-E

Revised 45213-E               Rules 1                                      Revised 44237-E
Revised 45214-E               Rules 1                                      Revised 22925-E

Revised 45215-E               Rules 2                                      Revised 45089-E
Revised 45216-E               Rules 2                                      Original 22941-E

Revised 45217-E               Rules 9                                      Revised 45091-E

Revised 45218-E               Index of Communities                         Revised 38651-E

Revised 45219-E               Form 14-238                                  Original 8343-E

Revised 45220-E               Form 14-310                                  Revised 44244-E

Revised 45221-E               Form 14-386                                  Revised 35273-E**

Revised 45222-E               Form 14-564                                  Revised 19430-E

Revised 45223-E*              Form 14-732                                  Revised 41340-E

Revised 45224-E               Form 14-741                                  Revised 41861-E**

Revised 45225-E               Form 14-746                                  Original 31680-E

Revised 45226-E*              Form 14-773                                  Original 41334-E*

Revised 45227-E*              Form 14-777                                  Revised 44881-E

Revised 45228-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 45123-E
Revised 45229-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 45124-E
Revised 45230-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 45102-E
Revised 45231-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 45103-E
Revised 45232-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 45104-E
Revised 45233-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 45109-E
Revised 45234-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 44612-E
Revised 45235-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 45106-E
Revised 45236-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 44835-E
Revised 45237-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 45145-E
Revised 45238-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 44017-E
Revised 45239-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 45146-E
Revised 45240-E               Table of Contents                            Revised 42398-E*

                              WITHDRAWN Schedule PPP                       Revised 42659-E*
                              WITHDRAWN Schedule PPP                       Revised 42411-E*

                              WITHDRAWN CSD-273                            Revised 7002-E

                              WITHDRAWN 14-118                             Original 7009-E

                              WITHDRAWN 14-456                             Revised 32518-E

                              WITHDRAWN 14-458                             Revised 32519-E


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Public Utilities Commission                       2344-E                  Attachment A

      Cal. P.U.C.                                                 Cancelling Cal.
      Sheet No.                            Title of Sheet        P.U.C. Sheet No.

                              WITHDRAWN 14-504              Original 16559-E

                              WITHDRAWN 14-560              Original 18112-E*

                              WITHDRAWN 16-326              Revised 19421-E




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Southern California Edison                                            Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45178-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       38292-E*
                                                                                                           27629-E

                                           PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                Sheet 2


                                                     (Continued)
  E.    General (Continued)

        3.       Discounts. No discounts are allowed from bills, or minimum charges, except as
                 specifically provided in certain schedules; and, no discount on bills is allowed in
                 consideration of advance payment or prompt payment of bills by customers.
                                                                                                                   (D)
        4.       Service Guarantee Program                                                                       (L)(T)
                                                                                                                  |
                 SCE shall provide the following four service guarantees to its electric customers and            |
                 provide a $30 credit when these service guarantees are not met. Unless otherwise                 |
                 stated below, the four service standards apply only to active service accounts served            |
                 under the Residential, General Service and Industrial, or Agricultural and Pumping               |
                 rate schedules.                                                                                  |
                                                                                                                  |
                 a.       Missed Appointments                                                                     |
                                                                                                                  |
                          When an appointment for a field service visit is made with a customer for a             |
                          specific appointment time, and the customer’s presence is required for                  |
                          establishing new service, a billing inquiry, or meter installation, SCE will arrive     |
                          at the agreed upon appointment within 30 minutes before or after the                    |
                          scheduled time. The criterion for receiving a service guarantee credit does             |
                          not include the expected or actual outcome of the scheduled appointment                 |
                          and is based solely on the arrival time of the SCE representative in relation to        |
                          the agreed-upon appointment time (i.e., plus or minus thirty minutes). In the           |
                          event SCE is aware in advance that an appointment will be missed, SCE will,             |
                          if feasible, attempt to notify the customer.                                            |
                                                                                                                  |
                          Exceptions:                                                                             |
                                                                                                                  |
                          (1) There is a need for the field service representative to respond to an               |
                              immediate response event (such as a car power pole accident or wire                 |
                              down). However, at the customer’s request, SCE will credit a customer               |
                              for a missed appointment if SCE’s internal investigation confirms that the          |
                              same appointment was missed more than once in order to respond to an                |
                              immediate emergency.                                                                |
                                                                                                                  |
                          (2) See also General Exceptions                                                       (L)




                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                Effective     Sep 4, 2009
2C12                                                                             Resolution
Southern California Edison                                            Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45179-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling   Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        37165-E


                                            PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                               Sheet 3        (T)


                                                     (Continued)
E.     General (Continued)
                                                                                                             (L)
       4.      Service Guarantee Program (Continued)                                                         (T)

               b.       Restoration of Service Within 24 Hours

                        SCE will restore electrical service within 24 hours of when SCE first becomes
                        aware of a power outage. The first credit will be applied if the outage exceeds
                        24 hours. Additional credits will be applied for each succeeding 24-hour
                        period that the customer is without service. Partial credits will not be paid for
                        outage periods less than a full 24-hour increment.
                        Exceptions:

                              (1) The service interruption is the result of a planned outage.

                              (2) Restoration crews are denied access to the affected area by a public
                                  authority, or the area is not accessible due to a road closure.
                              (3) The affected service location is vacant, an owner authorization
                                  agreement exists, or the premise is a “clean and show.”

                              (4) See also General Exceptions.
               c.       Notification of Planned Outages

                        SCE will provide customers with notification of a planned outage at least
                        three calendar days prior to the event. SCE will notify customers either by US
                        Postal Service mail, by phone, in-person or door-to-door through door
                        hangers, or by e-mail if SCE has the customer’s e-mail address on file. If a
                        planned outage is rescheduled to a new date not specified in the original
                        notice to the customer, SCE will provide a new notice at least three calendar
                        days in advance of the rescheduled planned outage.
                        Exceptions:

                              (1) The customer provided incorrect contact information at the time of
                                  service initiation, or has failed to update his/her records with SCE
                                  (i.e. phone numbers, mailing addresses, etc.).
                              (2) The notification was made to the customer of record and the
                                  customer failed to inform his/her tenants or occupants of the planned
                                  outage.
                              (3) According to SCE records, the U.S. Postal Service failed to deliver
                                  the notification in a timely manner.
                              (4) The affected service location is vacant, an owner authorization
                                  agreement exists, or the premise is a “clean and show.”




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                Effective     Sep 4, 2009
3C12                                                                             Resolution
Southern California Edison                                               Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45180-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                         Cancelling    Original     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      37166-E*


                                             PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                  Sheet 4        (T)


                                                       (Continued)
E.     General (Continued)
       4.      Service Guarantee Program (Continued)                                                              (T)
               c.       Notification of Planned Outages (Continued)
                        Exceptions: (Continued)
                              (5) An emergent outage is required. This includes, but is not limited to
                                  the following: equipment failure, imminent equipment failure, ISO-
                                  initiated rolling blackouts, high/low voltage conditions, overload
                                  conditions, removing hazards from SCE’s facilities, Priority-One
                                  General Order 95/128 repairs, conditions that may affect
                                  public/employee safety, customer meter adjustments, burned cross
                                  arms/poles, car hit structure, downed wire, and other short duration
                                  outages arising from unanticipated as-found conditions necessary to
                                  complete a job.
                              (6) The customer, while acknowledging the right to receive a three-day
                                  notification, makes a request that the planned outage occur without
                                  the three-day notification. SCE will document such requests and the
                                  customer’s waiver of a service guarantee credit.
                              (7) See also General Exceptions.
               d.       Timely and Accurate First Bill
                        SCE will issue an accurate first bill to a new customer of record within 60
                        days of establishing service. SCE will use the date of bill issuance as the
                        date the bill is mailed by SCE; the date of service initiation will be the date the
                        customer assumed responsibility for electric service. A new customer is
                        defined as someone who establishes electric service with SCE at a new
                        location, including new meter sets, a turn-on for service or a new party-in.
                        The bill and bill accuracy is defined according to the terms and conditions of
                        SCE’s Rule 9 (Rendering and Payment of Bills) and Rule 17 Section A
                        (Adjustment of Bills and Meter Tests Usage) and Section D (Adjustment of
                        Bills for Billing Error). The service guarantee credit process will be initiated
                        once SCE is aware that the first bill was either inaccurate or issued beyond
                        sixty days of establishing service. The first bill for any given customer account
                        is eligible for only one service guarantee credit regardless of whether the bill
                        is late, inaccurate, or both.
                        Exceptions:
                              (1) The affected party is attempting to re-establish service following a
                                  disconnection for non-payment.
                              (2) Access to the customer’s meter is not available.
                              (3) The customer fails to request service in a timely fashion after
                                  occupying a new residence, thereby creating a retroactive bill.
                              (4) According to SCE records there is a case of mail theft or a clear
                                  failure on the part of the U.S. Postal service to deliver the first bill in a
                                  timely manner.


                                                       (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                            Issued by                    (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                    Akbar Jazayeri                 Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                             Vice President                 Effective     Sep 4, 2009
4C11                                                                                Resolution
Southern California Edison                                            Revised       Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45181-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling   Original      Cal. PUC Sheet No.      37167-E


                                            PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                              Sheet 5         (T)


                                                     (Continued)
E.     General (Continued)
       4.      Service Guarantee Program (Continued)                                                         (T)
               d.       Timely and Accurate First Bill (Continued)
                        Exceptions: (Continued)

                              (5) The customer provides inaccurate information at the time of
                                  requesting service initiation.
                              (6) A Commission directive requires SCE to adjust rate factors that result
                                  in a billing adjustment and/or rebill.

                              (7) An adjustment was made due to unauthorized use as stated on Rule
                                  17 (E) - Adjustment of Bills and Meter Tests - Adjustment of Bills for
                                  Unauthorized Use.
                              (8) A rebill was a direct result of the customer participating in an SCE or
                                  Commission sponsored or endorsed program such as, but not limited
                                  to, Critical Peak Pricing, Demand Bidding, Air Conditioning Cycling,
                                  or Interruptible programs.
                              (9) See also General Exceptions.
               e.       General Exceptions

                        The following, where applicable, are exceptions to the utility’s service
                        guarantees described above.

                              (1) There is a Category 1, 2, or 3 Storm Condition.
                              (2) There is a declared Emergency Event.

                              (3) Access to the customer’s premise is not available or the customer is
                                  not ready for service.

                              (4) The premise is not deemed safe.
                              (5) Causes related to force majeure, which include but are not limited to
                                  injunction or any decree or order of any court or governmental
                                  agency having jurisdiction, strikes or other labor disputes such as
                                  lockouts, slowdowns or work stoppages, sabotage, riot, insurrection,
                                  acts of public enemy, fire, flood, explosion, earthquake or other acts
                                  of God, or accidental destruction of or damage to facilities.




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                Effective     Sep 4, 2009
5C11                                                                             Resolution
Southern California Edison                                             Revised        Cal. PUC Sheet No.   45182-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling    Revised        Cal. PUC Sheet No.   44232-E


                                           PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                 Sheet 6      (T)


                                                     (Continued)

F.     Symbols

       When any change is proposed on a tariff sheet, attention shall be directed to such change by
       an appropriate character along the right-hand margin of the tariff sheet utilizing the following
       symbols:

       (C)     To signify changed listing, rule, or condition which may affect rates or charges.

       (D)     To signify discontinued material, including listing, rate, rule, or condition.

       (I)     To signify increase.

       (L)     To signify material relocated from or to another part of tariff schedules with no change
               in text, rate, rule, or condition.

       (N)     To signify new material including listing, rate, rule, or condition.

       (P)     To signify material subject to change under a pending application or advice letter.

       (R)     To signify reduction.

       (T)     To signify change in wording of text but not change in rate, rule, or condition.




(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                    (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                 Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                 Effective     Sep 4, 2009
6C11                                                                              Resolution
Southern California Edison                                             Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45183-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling     Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      11457-E


                                            PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                Sheet 1




H.     BASELINE SERVICE

       1.      Eligibility. Each residential customer in a single-family dwelling consisting of a
               permanent residential unit is eligible for Baseline Service. Residential customer means
               a customer who is eligible for service on a domestic service rate schedule, and
               excludes industrial, commercial, and every other category of customer.

       2.      Applicability. Each residential customer in a single-family dwelling served on a domestic
               service rate schedule shall receive the applicable baseline quantity of electricity set forth
               in Paragraph 3, Baseline Allocations, and the applicable Baseline Allocation shall be
               determined as follows:

               a.       Basic Allocation:

                        The Basic Baseline Allocation shall be provided to each residential customer
                        unless such customer qualifies for an all-electric Baseline Allocation as set forth
                        in Paragraph b below.                                                                  (T)

               b.       All-Electric Allocation:

                        An All-Electric Allocation shall be provided to each residential customer:

                         (1)     Upon application, where the primary source of permanently-installed
                                 space heating is electric; or

                         (2)     Upon application, where the only source of energy is electric; or

                         (3)     Who was the customer of record on a domestic service account on
                                 January 1, 1988, and who was receiving an Electric Space Heating or
                                 an All-Electric allocation on such account as of December 31, 1987; or

                         (4)     Who was the customer of record on a domestic service account on
                                 May 1, 1985, to January 1, 1988, and was receiving a Water Heating
                                 Baseline Allocation as of December 31, 1987; and who thereafter
                                 maintains continuous domestic service on the same account.

                        For the purpose of an All-Electric Allocation, all-electric residential customers
                        are residential customers having electric service only or whose space heating is
                        provided by electricity, or both.

                        In addition to the above allocations, each qualifying residential customer shall
                        receive the Medical Baseline Allocation as set forth in Paragraph 4 herein.




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                    (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                 Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                 Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1C10                                                                              Resolution
Southern California Edison                                              Revised        Cal. PUC Sheet No.   45184-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling     Revised        Cal. PUC Sheet No.   44945-E


                                            PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                 Sheet 2


                                                      (Continued)
N.    MEMORANDUM ACCOUNTS (Continued)
      2.       Definitions. (Continued)
               d.       Specified Project (Continued)
            Section                                                             Interest Bearing
             No.        Specified Project                                     Memorandum Account*

               (1)      Purpose – Not a Specified Project
               (2)      Definitions – Not a Specified Project
               (3)      Self-Generation Program Incremental Cost (SGPIC)               Yes
                        Memorandum Account
               (4)      Catastrophic Event                                             Yes
               (5)      Reliability Costs Memorandum Account (RCMA)                    Yes
               (6)      Not Used
               (7)      Not Used
               (8)      Result Sharing Memorandum Account (RSMA)                       Yes
               (9)      Mass Media Campaign Memorandum Account (MMCMA)                 Yes
              (10)      Research, Development, and Demonstration Royalties             Yes
              (11)      Distributed Generation Implementation Cost                     Yes
                        Memorandum Account (DGICMA)
              (12)      Not Used
              (13)      California Power Exchange Wind-Up Charge                       Yes
                        Memorandum Account (PXWUC)
              (14)      Income Tax Component of Contribution                           Yes
                        Memorandum Account
              (15)      Not Used
               (16)     DWR Franchise Fee Obligation Memorandum Account                Yes
               (17)     Renewable Transmission Feasibility Study Costs                 Yes
               (18)     Quarterly Compliance Filings Audit Expense                     Yes
                        Memorandum Account (QCFAEMA)
              (19)      Hydrogen Energy California Memorandum Account (HECAMA)         Yes
              (20)      Distributed Energy Resources Memorandum Account (DERMA)        Yes
              (21)      Nuclear Claims Memorandum Account (NCMA)                       Yes
                        Memorandum Account (DFG Memorandum Account)
              (22)      Energy Efficiency 2009-2011 Memo Account (EEMA)                Yes
              (23)      Not Used
              (24)      Four Corners Capital Expenditures Memorandum Account (FCCMA)   Yes
              (25)      PBR Distribution Revenue Sharing Memorandum Account            Yes
              (26)      PBR Distribution Rate Performance Memorandum Account           Yes
                         (PDRPMA)
              (27)      Energy Efficiency DSM (EEDSM) Memorandum Account               Yes
              (28)      Energy Settlements Memorandum Account (ESMA)                   Yes
              (29)      Affiliate Transfer Fee Memorandum Account                      Yes
              (30)      Rate Reduction Bond Memorandum Account                         Yes
                         (RRB Memorandum Account)
              (31)      Employee Stock Ownership Plan Tax Memorandum Account           Yes
                        (ESOPTMA)
              (32)      Not Used
              (33)      Not Used                                                                             (T)



               *        Interest shall accrue monthly to interest-bearing Memorandum Accounts by applying
                        the Interest Rate to the average of the beginning and ending balance.




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                           Issued by                    (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                   Akbar Jazayeri                 Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                            Vice President                 Effective     Sep 4, 2009
2H9                                                                                Resolution
Southern California Edison                                 Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45185-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)            Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     42869-E


                                     PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                        Sheet 39


                                           (Continued)
N.     MEMORANDUM ACCOUNTS (Continued)

       33.     NOT USED                                                                        (T)
                                                                                               (D)




                                           (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                        Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                 Vice President              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
39H9                                                                 Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                 Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45186-E*
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                           Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45445-E
                                                                                                              45111-E

                                                PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                               Sheet 4


                                     (Continued)
ZZ.     ENERGY RESOURCE RECOVERY ACCOUNT (Continued)
        3.   Operation of the ERRA
                    Entries to the ERRA shall be made on a monthly basis as follows:

                    a.      Credit entry equal to the recorded ERRA Revenue;
                    b.      A debit entry equal to recorded URG Fuel and Fuel-related expenses;
                    c.      A debit entry equal to recorded Qualifying Facilities (QF) contracts expenses
                            (including contract restructuring expenses), net of recorded revenues,
                            refunds, or other credits;
                    d.      A debit entry equal to recorded Interutility contracts expenses, net of recorded
                            revenues, refunds or other credits;
                    e.      A debit entry equal to recorded Bilateral contracts expenses;
                    f.      A debit entry equal to recorded Residual Net Short Requirement expenses;
                    g.      A debit entry equal to other expenses associated with SCE’s purchased
                            power activities to the extent not recovered elsewhere (such as the costs
                            associated with purchasing Firm Transmission Rights, and payments made in
                            support of the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program);
                    h.      A debit entry equal to recorded ISO expenses;
                    i.      A credit entry equal to Excess Energy Sales Revenues allocated to SCE;
                    j.      A credit entry equal to recorded Reliability Must Run (RMR) contracts and
                            ancillary services revenueii/;
                    k.      A credit entry equal to proceeds received from the sale or exercise of hedging
                            instruments;
                    l.      A credit entry equal to recorded revenues billed under Schedule PC-TBS,
                            Procurement Charge Transitional Bundled Service;
                    m.      A credit entry equal to any litigation settlement proceeds as authorized by the
                            Commission; and
                    n.      A debit entry equal to the recorded costs associated with the subscription,
                            retention and disposition of turned-back capacity on The El Paso Interstate
                            Pipeline (net of recorded proceeds realized from the short-term release of
                            capacity to another party);
                    o.      Debit or credit entries equal to recorded Mountainview-related costs
                            including:
                            i. Availability incentives;
                            ii. Heat Rate Incentives;
                            iii. Amortization of emission credits; and
                            iv. Gain or loss on sales of emission credits;
                    p.      A debit entry equal to recorded 20/20 Rebate Program Costs including:
                            i. 20/20 Rebate amount included on customers’ bills increased for FF&U
                            ii. Incremental O&M Costs incurred to implement the Summer 2004 and
                                 2005 20/20 programs.
                    q.      A credit entry equal to the payment made by a CCA to compensate SCE for
                            incremental purchased power costs as the result of the CCA causing a delay
                            in the “CCA cut-over date” pursuant to D.05-12-041.
                    r.      Transfers, up to a maximum of 10 million, to the Energy Assistance Fund
                            Tracking Account Associated with the Energy Assistance Fund Rate Relief
                            Program.
                    s.      A debit entry equal to recorded independent evaluator costs
                    t.       A debit entry equal to the fees associated with participation in Western
                             Renewable Energy Generation Information System.
       ii/
             Generation-related Other Operating Revenue (OOR) is recorded in the Native Load Balancing Account.   (D)


                                                         (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                              Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                      Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                               Vice President                Effective     Sep 4, 2009
4H12                                                                                 Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45187-E*
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       44187-E


                                          PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                              Sheet 5


                                    (Continued)
ZZ.    ENERGY RESOURCE RECOVERY ACCOUNT (Continued)

       3.      Operation of the ERRA (Continued):

               Entries to the ERRA shall be made on a monthly basis as follows: (Continued)
                                                                                                           (D)
               u.       A credit entry equal to the proceeds received (net of book cost) from the sale
                        of sulfur dioxide (SO2) credits.
               v.       A debit entry equal to the cost associated with the purchase of sulfur dioxide
                        (SO2) allowances.
               w.       A debit equal to costs related to congestion charges and CRRs.
               x.       A credit equal to congestion revenue and CRRs.

               The sum of (a) through (x) equals the activity recorded in the ERRA each month.

               Interest shall accrue monthly to the ERRA by applying the Interest Rate to the
               average of the beginning and ending monthly ERRA balances.




                                                   (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
5H14                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                            Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45188-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        44987-E


                                           PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                             Sheet 2


                                            (Continued)
AAA. Post Test Year Ratemaking Mechanism (PTYR) (Continued)

       5.      Z-Factors:

               Continuation of the Z-Factors methodology is authorized in D.06-05-016. In order to
               receive the ratemaking treatment provided for a Z-Factor, a Potential Z-Factor, must
               qualify as a Z-Factor under the criteria set forth in Decision No. 94-06-011:

               a.       Identification of Potential Z-Factors:

                        A Potential Z-Factor may be identified by SCE or the Division of Ratepayer          (T)
                        Advocates (DRA). The Commission shall be notified of all Potential                  (T)
                        Z-Factors by a Letter of Notification in compliance with Decision No. 96-09-
                        092. The Letter of Notification shall be sent to the Commission addressed to
                        the Executive Director. For all Potential Z-Factors identified by SCE, copies of    (T)
                        the letter shall be sent to the Director of the Energy Division and the Director     |
                        of the DRA. For all Potential Z-Factors identified by the DRA, copies of the         |
                        Letter of Notification shall also be sent to the Vice President of Regulatory        |
                        Operations and the Manager of the Revenue Requirements Division of SCE.             (T)
                        The Letter of Notification shall:

                        (1)     clearly identify the Potential Z-Factor,

                        (2)     include a detailed description of the event,

                        (3)     include a forecast of the annual financial impact of the Potential Z-
                                Factor; and

                        (4)     show how the Potential Z-Factor meets the Z-Factor Criteria per
                                D.94-06-011.

               b.       Application for Z-Factor Recovery:

                        In order to receive recovery of a Z-Factor, SCE shall include its request for       (T)
                        recovery of the revenue requirement associated with the Potential Z-Factor in
                        an Advice Filing.

               c.       Z-Factor Threshold:

                        SCE will bear the risk of all potential Z-Factors which do not have a financial     (T)
                        impact on SCE of more than $10 million. The $10 million threshold amount is         (T)
                        also applied as a deductible on a one-time basis to each Z-Factor authorized
                        for recovery by the Commission. The deductible amount is only applied in
                        the first year’s ratemaking treatment for the Z-Factor. The $10 million
                        deductible does not apply to the formation of new municipal utilities and for
                        projects subject to Public Utilities Code Section 463 for which SCE is seeking      (T)
                        Z-Factor recovery.




(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
2C12                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                        Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45189-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                   Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      43605-E


                                              Schedule D-APS                               Sheet 3
                                     DOMESTIC AUTOMATIC POWERSHIFT

                                                  (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

5.     Cycling Period: (Continued)

       The number of cycling periods under Subsection a. and b. is limited to 15 occurrences per
       year during the period from June 1 to October 1, inclusive, of each year, and a cycling        (T)
       period is limited to no more than 6 hours duration per occurrence. Cycling under
       Subsection b. is limited to situations when SCE declares a Category One, Two, or Three
       Storm Alert and a condition exists that creates disruptions on SCE’s electrical distribution
       system which, if left unresolved, could damage the electrical system or cause a more
       widespread interruption in the supply of power. A Category One Storm Alert is limited to a
       geographical area and is considered stable; or to a widespread power outage from a
       transmission disturbance and the transmission and distribution systems are considered
       stable. A Category Two Storm Alert requires additional resources outside zone/area
       boundaries; or the storm is escalating and involves two or more zones/areas. A Category
       Three Storm Alert is a catastrophic emergency that involves multiple zones/areas,
       resources are fully committed, and additional assistance, such as mutual aid, are requested.
       In the event of a system emergency, SCE may, at its discretion, extend the cycling period
       beyond the 6 hour duration limit.

6.     Air Conditioning Cycling Strategy Change: At customer’s request, SCE shall change the
       cycling strategy as follows:

       a.      Change to a lower percentage cycling strategy: The customer may change one
               time to a lower percentage cycling strategy within the first 12 months of service
               under this Schedule, except that a 100% cycling strategy customer cannot switch to
               the 67% cycling strategy.

       b.      Change to a higher percentage cycling strategy: A customer may change to a
               higher percentage cycling strategy at any time, except that a 50% cycling strategy
               customer cannot switch to the 67% cycling strategy.

       c.      Once a customer served under the 67% cycling strategy switches to a different
               cycling strategy (e.g., 50%, or 100%), in accordance with Special Condition 6 below,
               such customer cannot return to the 67% cycling strategy. Additionally, 50%, or
               100% cycling strategy customers cannot change to the 67% cycling strategy option.

7.     Direct Access (DA) and Community Choice Aggregation Service (CCA Service): A
       customer receiving DA or CCA Service shall notify its Energy Service Provider (ESP) or
       Community Choice Aggregator (CCA), as applicable, and Scheduling Coordinator that its
       air-conditioning load is subject to interruption under this Schedule.




(To be inserted by utility)                       Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                               Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                        Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
3H13                                                                         Resolution
Southern California Edison                                           Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45190-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     42999-E


                                    Schedule D-CARE                                           Sheet 3
                        CALIFORNIA ALTERNATE RATES FOR ENERGY
                                   DOMESTIC SERVICE
                                       (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)
6.     Commencement of Rate: Eligible customers shall be billed on this Schedule commencing no
       later than one billing period after receipt and approval of the customer’s application by SCE.
7.     Verification: Information provided by the applicant is subject to verification by SCE. Refusal or
       failure of a customer to provide documentation of eligibility acceptable to SCE, upon request by
       SCE, shall result in removal from this Schedule.
8.     Notice From Customer: It is the customer’s responsibility to notify SCE if there is a change in his
       eligibility status.
9.     Rebilling:   Customers may be rebilled for periods of ineligibility under the applicable rate
       schedule.
10.    This Schedule may only be combined with D-APS, D-APS-E, DMS-1, DMS-2, DMS-3, DS,
       TOU-D-1, and TOU-D-2. This Schedule may also be combined with Schedule DM when serving                (T)
       eligible Group Living Facilities, Agricultural Employee Housing, and Migrant Farm Worker
       Housing.
11.    Billing Calculation: A customer’s bill is calculated according to the rates and conditions above.
       Except for the Energy Charge, the charges listed in the Rates section are calculated by
       multiplying the Total Delivery Service rates and the Generation rates, when applicable, by the
       billing determinants (e.g., per kilowatt [kW], kilowatthour [kWh], etc.),
       The Energy Charge, however, is determined by multiplying the total kWhs by the Total Delivery
       Service per kWh rates to calculate the Delivery Service amount of the Charge. To calculate
       the Generation amount, SCE determines what portion of the total kWhs is supplied by the
       Utility Retained Generation (URG) and the Department of Water Resources (DWR). The kWhs
       supplied by the URG are multiplied by the URG per kWh rates and the kWhs supplied by the
       DWR are multiplied by the DWR per kWh rate and the two products are summed to arrive at
       the Generation amount. The Energy Charge is the sum of the Delivery Service amount and
       the Generation amount.
       For each billing period, SCE determines the portion of total kWhs supplied by SCE’s URG and
       by the DWR. This determination is made by averaging the daily percentages of energy
       supplied to SCE’s Bundled Service Customers by SCE’s URG and by the DWR.
       a.      Bundled Service Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and receive supply
               (Gen) service from both SCE’s URG and the DWR. The customer’s bill is the sum of
               the charges for Delivery Service and Gen determined, as described in this Special
               Condition, and subject to applicable discounts or adjustments provided under SCE’s
               tariff schedules.
       b.      Direct Access Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and purchase energy
               from an Energy Service Provider. The customer’s bill is the sum of the charges for
               Delivery Service determined as described in this Special Condition except that the
               DWRBC rate component is subtracted from the Total Delivery Service rates before the
               billing determinants are multiplied by such resulting Total rates; plus the applicable
               charges as shown in Schedule DA-CRS and subject to applicable discounts or
               adjustments provided under SCE’s tariff schedules.
       c.      CCA Service Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and purchase energy from
               their Community Choice Aggregator (CCA). SCE will read the meters and present the
               bill for both Delivery and Generation Services to the CCA Service Customer. The
               customer’s bill is the sum of the charges for Delivery Service as displayed in this Rate
               Schedule and Generation charges determined by the CCA plus the applicable charges
               as shown in Schedule CCA-CRS, and subject to applicable discounts or adjustments
               provided under SCE’s tariff schedules.




(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
3H10                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                        Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45191-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                   Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     34732-E*


                                            Schedule DMS-1                                 Sheet 3
                                          DOMESTIC SERVICE
                              MULTIFAMILY ACCOMMODATION - SUBMETERED
                                              (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS

6.     CARE Rate Assistance: (Continued)

       b.      Customers served under this Schedule shall provide application and declaration forms
               for the CARE rate to their submetered residential tenants. The completed application
               forms of eligible CARE tenants shall be mailed by the tenant to SCE.

       c.      When SCE receives an application from a qualifying low income CARE tenant, the               (T)
               information will be forwarded to SCE’s customer receiving service under this Schedule.

       d.      The proration of the DMS-1 customer's bill by SCE under the provisions of the Energy
               Charge shall commence no later than one billing period after receipt and approval by
               SCE of a qualifying tenant's application.

       e.      It is the responsibility of the DMS-1 customer to notify SCE immediately of the date
               each CARE tenant is no longer receiving service from the DMS-1 customer. In
               addition, if the DMS-1 customer has good reason to suspect that a tenant is not
               eligible, the DMS-1 customer should notify SCE.

7.     Failure of a DMS-1 customer to abide by SCE’s tariffs may result in rebilling or discontinuance
       of service in accordance with SCE’s tariffs. The DMS-1 customer's account may also be
       rebilled consistent with Rule 17.

8.     Condition for Receiving Submeter Rate Discount: The submetering discount provided herein
       prohibits further recovery by mobile home park owners for the costs of owning, operating, and
       maintaining their electric submetered system. This prohibition also includes the cost of the
       replacement of the electric submetered system.

       This language was authorized by Ordering Paragraph 4 of Decision 95-02-090, dated
       February 22, 1995.




(To be inserted by utility)                       Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                               Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                        Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
3C10                                                                         Resolution
Southern California Edison                                         Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45192-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.       42467-E*


                                              Schedule RTP-2                              Sheet 8
                                         GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
                                            REAL TIME PRICING
                                                (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)
12.   Billing Calculation:    A customer’s bill is calculated according to the rates and conditions
      above.
      Except for the Energy Charge, the charges listed in the Rates section are calculated by
      multiplying the Total Delivery Service rates and the Generation rates, when applicable, by the
      billing determinants (e.g., per kilowatt [kW], kilowatthour [kWh], kilovar [kVAR], etc.),
      The Energy Charge, however, is determined by multiplying the total hourly kWhs by the Total
      Delivery Service per kWh rates in each hour and the products are summed to calculate the
      Delivery Service amount of the Charge. To calculate the Generation amount, SCE
      determines what portion of the total kWhs is supplied by the Utility Retained Generation
      (URG) and the Department of Water Resources (DWR). The hourly kWhs supplied by the
      URG are multiplied by the URG per kWh rates in each hour and the hourly kWhs supplied by
      the DWR are multiplied by the DWR per kWh rate and the hourly products are summed to
      arrive at the Generation amount. The Energy Charge is the sum of the Delivery Service
      amount and the Generation amount.
      For each billing period, SCE determines the portion of total kWhs supplied by SCE’s URG
      and by the DWR. This determination is made by averaging the daily percentages of energy
      supplied to SCE’s Bundled Service Customers by SCE’s URG and by the DWR.
      a.       Bundled Service Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and receive supply
               (Gen) service from both SCE’s URG and the DWR. The customer’s bill is the sum of
               the charges for Delivery Service and Gen determined, as described in this Special
               Condition, and subject to applicable discounts or adjustments provided under SCE’s
               tariff schedules.
      b.       Direct Access Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and purchase energy
               from an Energy Service Provider. The customer’s bill is the sum of the charges for
               Delivery Service determined as described in this Special Condition except that the
               DWRBC rate component is subtracted from the Total Delivery Service rates before
               the billing determinants are multiplied by such resulting Total rates; plus the           (T)
               applicable charges as shown in Schedule DA-CRS and subject to applicable
               discounts or adjustments provided under SCE’s tariff schedules.
      c.       CCA Service Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and purchase energy
               from their Community Choice Aggregator (CCA). SCE will read the meters and
               present the bill for both Delivery and Generation Services to the CCA Service
               Customer. The customer’s bill is the sum of the charges for Delivery Service as
               displayed in this Rate Schedule and Generation charges determined by the CCA plus
               the applicable charges as shown in Schedule CCA-CRS, and subject to applicable
               discounts or adjustments provided under SCE’s tariff schedules.
 13. Customers with Service Metered and Delivered at Voltages above 50 kV (Sub-transmission
     customers) Included in Rotating Outages.
      Sub-transmission customers, except for those customers exempt from rotating outages, are to
      be included in controlled, rotating outages when required by the Independent System
      Operator (ISO) and/or SCE. To the extent feasible, SCE will coordinate rotating outages
      applicable to Sub-transmission customers who are fossil fuel producers and pipeline
      operators and users to minimize disruption to public health and safety. SCE shall not include
      a Sub-transmission customer in an applicable rotating outage group if the customer’s
      inclusion would jeopardize electric system integrity. Sub-transmission customers who are not
      exempt from rotating outages, and seek such exemption, may submit an Optional Binding
      Mandatory Curtailment (OBMC) Plan to SCE in accordance with Schedule OBMC. If SCE
      approves a customer’s OBMC Plan, the customer will become exempt from rotating outages
      and will be subject to the terms and conditions of Schedule OBMC and its associated
      contract.

                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
8H9                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45193-E*
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling   Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.


                                  Schedule TOU-GS-3-SOP                                      Sheet 11
                             TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE -
                           SUPER OFF-PEAK - DEMAND METERED
                                        (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

14.     California Alternate Rates for Energy Discount: Customers who meet the definition of a
        Group Living Facility, Agricultural Employee Housing, or Migrant Farm Worker Housing
        Center as defined in the Preliminary Statement, Part O, Section 3., may qualify for a 22.9%         (R)
        discount off of their bill prior to application of the PUC Reimbursement Fee and any applicable
        taxes and late payment charges. Customers eligible for the California Alternate Rates for
        Energy (CARE) Discount will not be required to pay the CARE Surcharge, as set forth in
        Preliminary Statement, Part O, Section 4 and are not subject to the DWRBC rate component
        of the Total charges for Delivery Service. An Application and Eligibility Declaration, as
        defined in the Preliminary Statement, Part O, Section 3., is required for service under this
        Special Condition. Eligible customers shall be billed on this Schedule commencing no later
        than one billing period after receipt and approval of the customer's application by SCE.
        Customers may be rebilled on the applicable rate schedule for periods in which they do not
        meet the eligibility requirements for the CARE discount as defined in the Preliminary
        Statement, Part O, Section 3.




                                                   (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
11H16                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                           Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45194-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      42482-E


                                               Schedule TOU-8                                 Sheet 12
                                   TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE

                                                    (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

15.     Voltage Discount: Bundled Service, CCA Service, and Direct Access customers receiving
        service at 220 kV will have the Distribution rate component of the applicable Delivery Service
        charges reduced by the corresponding Voltage Discount amount for service metered and
        delivered at the applicable voltage level as shown in the Rates section above. In addition,
        Bundled Service Customers will have the Utility Retained Generating (URG) rate component of
        the applicable Generation charges reduced by the corresponding Voltage Discount amount for
        service metered and delivered at the applicable voltage level as shown in the Rates section.

16.     Optimal Billing Period Service: This Special Condition provides for the voluntary use of an
        Optimal Billing Period (OBP) which allows for a customer’s billing cycle(s) to coincide with the
        customer’s high seasonal production cycle. The customer designates the OBP by selecting a
        specific month and day for the start of the OBP and a specific month and day for the end of the
        OBP. The start and end dates must fall within the customer’s high seasonal production cycle.
        In no event shall any revised billing period exceed 45 days or be less than 15 days.

        To qualify for this option, the duration of the customer’s high seasonal production cycle must be
        6 months or less, and the average of the customer’s monthly maximum demand during its OBP           (T)
        must be at least double the average of its monthly maximum demand during its non-OBP period.        (T)
        Customers may not discontinue this option before the end date of their OBP.

        Prior to receiving OBP service, the customer shall sign the “Optimal Billing Period Service
        Agreement,” Form No. 14-689 and pay an OBP fee of $160.00 per meter. To continue service
        under this Special Condition the customer must sign a new OBP Service Agreement and pay             (T)
        the OBP fee each year.

17.     Billing Calculation:   A customer’s bill is calculated according to the rates and conditions
        above.

        Except for the Energy Charge, the charges listed in the Rates section are calculated by
        multiplying the Total Delivery Service rates and the Generation rates, when applicable, by the
        billing determinants (e.g., per kilowatt [kW], kilowatthour [kWh], kilovar [kVAR], etc.),

        The Energy Charge, however, is determined by multiplying the total kWhs by the Total
        Delivery Service per kWh rates to calculate the Delivery Service amount of the Charge. To
        calculate the Generation amount, SCE determines what portion of the total kWhs is supplied
        by the Utility Retained Generation (URG) and the Department of Water Resources (DWR).
        The kWhs supplied by the URG are multiplied by the URG per kWh rates and the kWhs
        supplied by the DWR are multiplied by the DWR per kWh rate and the two products are
        summed to arrive at the Generation amount. The Energy Charge is the sum of the Delivery
        Service amount and the Generation amount.




                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President                Effective     Sep 4, 2009
12H10                                                                           Resolution
 Southern California Edison                                                                         Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45195-E*
 Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                                Cancelling       Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45310-E


                                                                    Schedule PA-RTP                                                Sheet 1
                                                           AGRICULTURAL AND PUMPING - LARGE
                                                                   REAL TIME PRICING

     APPLICABILITY

     Applicable where SCE determines that 70 percent or more of the customer's electrical usage is for
     general agricultural purposes or for general water or sewerage pumping and none of any remaining
     electrical usage is for purposes for which a domestic schedule is applicable; and, the customer's account
     has 100 horsepower or more of total connected load or 75 kW or more of Maximum Demand and is not
     served under an interruptible schedule. Except for large water pumping accounts where 70 percent or
     more of the water pumped is used for agricultural purposes, this schedule is not applicable when, in the
     opinion of SCE, the customer’s maximum demand is expected to exceed 500 kW or has exceeded 500
     kW for any three months during the preceding 12 months. Effective with the date of ineligibility, due to
     the 500 kW maximum demand criteria, the customer’s account shall be transferred to Schedule TOU-8                                                (T)
     or another applicable rate schedule. This Schedule is limited to customers selected by SCE who agree
     to participate in the Real Time Pricing ("RTP") program and is subject to meter availability for up to a
     maximum of 50 customers.

     TERRITORY

     Within the entire territory served.

     RATES

                                                                                     Delivery Service                                       Generation9
                                               Trans1        Distrbtn2   NSGC3        NDC4       PPPC5     DWRBC6 PUCRF7        Total8    URG**      DWR

Energy Charge - $/kWh/Meter/Month              (0.00058)      0.00116    0.00059      0.00059    0.00390   0.00491    0.00024   0.01081   Variable*   0.06225

Customer Charge - $/Meter/Month                                94.80                                                             94.80

Facilities Related Demand Charge - $/kW                        5.05                                                              5.05        0.00

Voltage Discount, Hourly Rates - %
                          From 2 kV to 50 kV                   0.00                                                              0.00      -2.38%
                                Above 50 kV                    0.00                                                              0.00      -5.19%

Power Factor Adjustment - $/kVAR
                         Greater than 50 kV                    0.20                                                              0.20
                               50 kV or less                   0.18                                                              0.18


*     Hourly rates are listed below and are applicable to service metered and delivered below 2 kV, 2 kV to 50 kV, and above 50 kV.
**    The ongoing Competition Transition Charge (CTC) of $0.00231 is recovered in the URG component of Generation.
1     Trans = Transmission and the Transmission Owners Tariff Charge Adjustments (TOTCA) which are FERC approved. The TOTCA represents the
      Transmission Revenue Balancing Account Adjustment (TRBAA) of negative $(0.00138) per kWh, Reliability Services Balancing Account Adjustment
      (RSBAA) of $(0.00008) per kWh, and Transmission Access Charge Balancing Account Adjustment (TACBAA) of $0.00088 per kWh.
 2    Distrbtn = Distribution
 3    NSGC = New System Generation Charge
 4    NDC = Nuclear Decommissioning Charge
 5    PPPC = Public Purpose Programs Charge (includes California Alternate Rates for Energy Surcharge where applicable.)
 6    DWRBC = Department of Water Resources (DWR) Bond Charge. The DWR Bond Charge is not applicable to exempt Bundled Service and Direct
      Access Customers, as defined in and pursuant to D.02-10-063, D.02-02-051, and D.02-12-082.
 7    PUCRF = The PUC Reimbursement Fee is described in Schedule RF-E.
 8    Total = Total Delivery Service rates are applicable to Bundled Service, Direct Access (DA) and Community Choice Aggregation Service (CCA
      Service) customers, except DA and CCA Service customers are not subject to the DWRBC rate component of this Schedule but instead pay the
      DWRBC as provided by Schedule DA-CRS or Schedule CCA-CRS.
 9    Gen = Generation – The Gen rates are applicable only to Bundled Service Customers. When calculating the Energy Charge, the Gen portion is
      calculated as described in the Billing Calculation Special Condition of this Schedule.



                                                                           (Continued)

 (To be inserted by utility)                                               Issued by                             (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
 Advice     2344-E                                                       Akbar Jazayeri                          Date Filed May 18, 2009
 Decision                                                                Vice President                          Effective     Sep 4, 2009
 1H26                                                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                        Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45196-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                   Cancelling   Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     38873-E


                                    Schedule TOU-PA-ICE TIME-OF-USE                        Sheet 1
                                  AGRICULTURAL AND PUMPING INTERNAL
                                COMBUSTION ENGINE CONVERSION PROGRAM

APPLICABILITY

Applicable to Bundled Service Customers who convert from stationary or portable internal combustion
engines which are fueled by diesel, gasoline, propane, or butane fuels, and not by natural gas, to
electric motors and used to operate water pumps. As determined by SCE, 70% or more of the
customer's electrical usage must be for water pumping used for agricultural purposes and none of any
remaining electrical usage is for purposes for which a domestic schedule is applicable. In accordance
with Schedule TOU-8, a large individual water agency or other large water pumping account with 70%
or more of the water pumped used for agricultural purposes must take service on an agricultural class
rate schedule. This Schedule requires a Time-of-Use meter and is subject to meter availability.

To qualify for service under this Schedule the internal combustion engine must be rated equal to or
greater than 50 horsepower and must have been installed and operational prior to September 1, 2004.
Eligible customers must adhere to certain program requirements as specified in Special Condition 10     (T)
of this Schedule. This Schedule is open to new qualified customers for a two year enrollment period
beginning on August 1, 2005, the date approved by the California Public Utilities Commission
(Commission) in Decision 05-06-016. This Schedule will be closed to new customers after the
completion of the two year enrollment period subject to a total capital investment limit (includes
standard allowances and Line Extension Adders) of $9.17 million. This program shall terminate on
December 31, 2015. Upon program termination and the concurrent elimination of this Schedule,
customers will be transferred to an otherwise applicable agricultural and pumping rate schedule. Only
one service account may be established for each qualifying pump/motor being converted. This
Schedule may only be used to serve the load for the applicable electric motor.

TERRITORY

Within the entire territory served.




                                                 (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                       Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                               Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                        Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1C8                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                           Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45197-E*
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling   Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.         39978-E


                                             Schedule BSC-IMO                                  Sheet 1
                                        BUNDLED SERVICE CUSTOMER
                                        INTERVAL METER OWNERSHIP

APPLICABILITY

Applicable to Bundled Service and CCA Service customers who elect to replace an existing meter
with an interval meter or install retrofit Metering Facilities, capable of providing interval data, at the
customer’s expense. Such customers can purchase and own an interval meter or retrofit Metering
Facilities. Retrofit Metering Facilities may be owned by the customer or the customer’s Certified
Meter Service Provider (MSP). Except as provided by this Schedule, all services associated with
Bundled Service shall be provided by SCE in accordance with the customer’s otherwise applicable
rate schedules and/or contracts. Service under this Schedule is subject to SCE approval of the
interval meter or retrofit Metering Facilities.

TERRITORY

Within the entire territory served.

RATES

All charges, terms, and conditions of the customer’s otherwise applicable rate schedule, or contract
rate shall apply.

For customers who elect to purchase and own an interval meter or retrofit Metering Facilities,
capable of providing interval data, or when the customer’s MSP owns such retrofit facilities, service
is provided under the following terms and conditions:

THE FOLLOWING SERVICES MAY BE PROVIDED BY SCE OR ANOTHER ENTITY:

Meter Ownership

The customer purchases and owns the interval meter or the customer or the customer’s MSP
purchases and owns the retrofit Metering Facilities. The customer may purchase an approved
meter or retrofit Metering Facilities from SCE under Schedule CC-DSF.

Meter Services for Retrofit Devices

The customer or the customer’s MSP provides maintenance service for retrofit Metering Facilities1/.
However, under these circumstances, SCE continues to provide maintenance for its meter and
installation, except as otherwise provided in Special Condition 5, and testing services.

Special Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) Services

The customer’s MDMA reads, validates, edits and transfers hourly usage data for non-billing
purposes.



                                                                                                                (D)


                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President                Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1C12                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                               Revised        Cal. PUC Sheet No.          45198-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                      Cancelling       Revised        Cal. PUC Sheet No.          43426-E


                                                            Schedule CBP                                                Sheet 2
                                                     CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                                   (Continued)

                     Day-Ahead Option - Capacity Credit Rate ($/kW-month) i

Hours per Day              May          June        July       August       September          October         Average
    1 to 4                $ 4.05       $ 6.30     $ 14.85      $ 17.10        $ 9.45            $ 2.25          $ 9.00
    2 to 6                $ 4.95       $ 7.70     $ 18.15      $ 20.90        $ 11.56           $ 2.75          $ 11.00
    4 to 8                $ 4.95       $ 7.70     $ 18.15      $ 20.90        $ 11.56           $ 2.75          $ 11.00


                     CBP Event/Test Event Maximum Energy Credit

        All Hours: Daily SCE city gate gas price times the heat rate factor of 15,000 Btu/kWh
 i
     The amounts of the capacity credit rates will be fixed until further modified by the California Public Utilities Commission.    (T)




                                                                   (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                                        Issued by                          (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                Akbar Jazayeri                       Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                         Vice President                       Effective     Sep 4, 2009
2C8                                                                                                   Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45199-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    43636-E*


                                               Schedule CBP                                Sheet 3
                                        CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                    (Continued)

SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1.    Agreements. Participants must execute all applicable Agreements prior to participation under
      this Schedule. Necessary Agreements may include Capacity Bidding Program Participant
      Agreement (Form 14-776), Capacity Bidding Program Aggregator Agreement (Form 14-777),
      Notice by Aggregator to Add/Delete Customer Service Accounts (Form 14-775), and
      Customer Information Standardized Request (CISR-S).

2.    CBP Events. CBP Events may be triggered on any weekday from May 1 through October 31
      of each year between the hours of 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding
      holidays. Excluded holidays are Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July
      4), and Labor Day (first Monday in September). A CBP Event can be scheduled on a Day-Of
      basis and on a Day-Ahead basis on any weekday within the date parameters prescribed
      herein.

      CBP Event Triggers. The economic criterion that a 15,000 Btu/kWh heat rate thermal
      resource is or should be dispatched. This criterion may be caused by any one of the following
      conditions:

               i. High temperatures; or
               ii. Resource limitations; or
               iii. A generating unit outage; or
               iv. Transmission constraints; or
               v. CAISO Alert; or
               vi. SCE system emergency

3.    CBP Test Events. Up to two (2) CBP Test Events may be called in each calendar year. All
      notification protocols, as well as all applicable credits and penalties, will apply during CBP
      Test Events. A CBP Test Event can be scheduled on a Day-Of basis and on a Day-Ahead
      basis on any weekday within the date parameters prescribed above.

4.    Notification of a CBP Event/Test Event. SCE will notify Participants of a CBP Event/Test
      Event via SCE’s designated CBP Internet Website. Notification may also be given via pager,
      electronic mail, or by telephone. The Day-Ahead CBP Event/Test Event notice will be
      provided no later than 3 p.m. the day before a Day-Ahead CBP Event/Test Event. The Day-
      Of CBP Event/Test Event will be scheduled at least ½ hour before the California Independent        (T)
      System Operator (CAISO) Hour Ahead Market is scheduled (approximately three hours prior            (T)
      to commencing the Day-Of CBP Event/Test Event.)




                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri             Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President             Effective     Sep 4, 2009
3H9                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                        Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45200-E*
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                   Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        44878-E


                                              Schedule CBP                                Sheet 6
                                       CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                  (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)
11.    Recorded Reduced Capacity. The Recorded Reduced Capacity equals the difference
       between the Participant’s/Aggregator’s Energy Baseline per hour and its recorded kW per
       hour during each hour of a CBP Event/Test Event.
12.    Delivered Capacity Payment. When there are zero CBP Events/Test Events called during an
       operating month, the Participant’s/Aggregator’s Delivered Capacity Payment shall equal the
       Capacity Nomination multiplied by the applicable Capacity Payment, as shown in the Rates
       section of this Schedule. When there is one or more CBP Events/Test Events called during
       an operating month, the Delivered Capacity Payment shall be calculated as follows. During
       each hour of each CBP Event/Test Event:
         a.    When the Recorded Reduced Capacity is at least 100 percent of the Capacity
               Nomination the hourly Delivered Capacity Payment shall equal 100 percent of the
               Capacity Nomination multiplied by the applicable Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in
               the Rates section of this Schedule. However, all Recorded Reduced Capacity above
               100 percent of the Capacity Nomination shall not be eligible for compensation.
        b.     When the Recorded Reduced Capacity is at least 90 percent of the Capacity
               Nomination, but less than 100 percent of the Capacity Nomination, the hourly
               Delivered Capacity Payment will equal the actual Recorded Reduced Capacity
               multiplied by the applicable Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in the Rates section of
               this Schedule.
         c.    When the Recorded Reduced Capacity is at least 75 percent of the Capacity
               Nomination, but no greater than 89.99 percent of the Capacity Nomination, the
               Delivered Capacity Payment will equal the Recorded Reduced Capacity multiplied by
               50% of the applicable Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in the Rates Section of this
               Schedule.
         d.    When the Recorded Reduced Capacity equals 74.99 percent or less of the Capacity
               Nomination, the hourly Delivered Capacity Payment shall equal zero during that hour.
         e.    When the Recorded Reduced Capacity is less than 50 percent of the Capacity
               Nomination, the hourly Delivered Capacity Payment will equal the actual Recorded
               Reduced Capacity minus 50 percent of the Capacity Nomination, multiplied by the
               Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in the Rates section of this Schedule. This will
               produce a negative dollar amount that will either act as a charge to the
               Participant/Aggregator or offset the hourly Delivered Capacity Payment in other hours
               where a positive Delivered Capacity Payment accrued.
        When multiple CBP Events/Test Events occur in a given operating month, then the total
        monthly Delivered Capacity Payment will equal the sum of all the hourly Delivered Capacity
        Payments divided by the total event hours in the operating month




                                                 (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                       Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                               Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                        Vice President              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
6H14                                                                        Resolution
Southern California Edison                                           Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45201-E*
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.         44879-E


                                                Schedule CBP                                  Sheet 7
                                         CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                    (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)
13.    Disbursement of Delivered Energy Payment and Delivered Capacity Payment. Aggregators
       will receive applicable CBP payments or charges, as calculated in Special Conditions 10 and
       12 above, approximately thirty (30) days after the end of each operating month but no later
       than sixty (60) days after the end of each operating month. Payments to Aggregators will be
       in the form of a check, or when such calculations result in a net charge, SCE shall bill the
       Aggregator accordingly. Participants may receive applicable CBP payments in the form of a
       check or in the form of a bill credit on the Participant’s SCE electric bill, as solely determined
       by SCE, approximately thirty (30) days after the end of each operating month but no later than
       sixty (60) days after the end of each operating month. When the sum of a Participant’s
       Delivered Energy Payments and Delivered Capacity Payments, as calculated in Special
       Conditions 10 and 12 above, results in a net CBP charge for the operating month, such CBP
       charge may be included as a separate line item on the Participant’s SCE electric bill, or may
       be separately billed directly to the Participant, as solely determined by SCE.
14.    Aggregator Services. SCE has no obligations under this Schedule to the service accounts of
       a customer who elects, or is required, to be included in an Aggregator’s list of participating
       service accounts. Customers with service accounts included in an Aggregator’s list of
       participating service accounts must work with their Aggregator to determine applicable CBP
       requirements and/or payments. With the exception of the metering requirements, all other
       provisions of this Schedule, including payments, are applicable only to the Aggregator, not the
       individual service accounts working through an Aggregator. SCE’s relationship, for purposes
       of his Schedule, is with the Aggregator not the individual service accounts of an Aggregator.
15.    Required Metering and Internet Communication Equipment. A Participant’s service account,
       and all service accounts of a participating Aggregator, must have an approved interval meter
       and approved meter communications equipment installed and operating prior to eligibility for
       service under this Schedule. The interval meter must be able to be read remotely by SCE. In
       addition to SCE, an MDMA may also read the meter on behalf of an Energy Service Provider
       (ESP) where one or more of an Aggregator’s participating service accounts are receiving
       Direct Access. Metering equipment (including telephone, or radio control communication
       device) must be in operation for at least ten (10) days prior to eligibility under this Schedule,
       for the purposes of establishing EB. An internet connection is also required for eligibility           (T)
       under this Schedule.                                                                                   (T)
16.    Relationship to Other Demand Response Programs. Customer’s service accounts enrolled in
       CBP may also participate in Schedule OBMC (OBMC) and Schedule SLRP (SLRP).
       Customer’s service accounts on this Schedule shall not participate in the CAISO’s Ancillary            (T)
       Services Load Program or other SCE resource contracts.
17.    Direct Access and Community Choice Aggregation Customers. SCE will no longer provide
       energy payments to Participants or Aggregators for load reductions from DA or CCA
       customers during CBP events ($0/kWh), due to the Scheduling Coordinator (SC) to SC trade
       and payment changes to the CBP program. Participants and Aggregators will still receive
       capacity payments from SCE for DA or CCA customers’ load as applicable under this
       Schedule. This provision does not prevent DA or CCA customers from entering into
       arrangements with their respective ESPs or CCAs to receive part or all of the energy benefits
       derived from the DA or CCA customers’ load reductions during CBP events. SCE will notify
       existing CBP Participants and Aggregators of this recent SC to SC program change.




                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President                Effective     Sep 4, 2009
7H14                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45202-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        43638-E


                                               Schedule CBP                                 Sheet 8
                                        CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                   (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

18.    Customer-Owned Electrical Generating Facilities. Load reductions may be achieved by
       operating back-up or onsite generation. The Participant or service accounts of an Aggregator,
       whichever is applicable, will be solely responsible for meeting all environmental and other
       regulatory requirements for the operation of such generation.

       a.      Where customer-owned electrical generating facilities are used to meet a part or all of
               the Participant or service accounts of an Aggregator, whichever is applicable,
               electrical requirements, service shall be provided concurrently under the terms and
               conditions of Schedule S and this Schedule. Parallel operation of such generating
               facilities with SCE’s electrical system is permitted. A Generation Agreement is
               required for such operation.

       b.      Customer-owned electrical generating facilities used solely for auxiliary, emergency,
               or standby purposes (auxiliary/emergency generating facilities) to serve the load of
               Participant or service accounts of an Aggregator, whichever is applicable, during a
               period when SCE’s service is unavailable and when such load is isolated from the
               service of SCE are not subject to Schedule S. However, upon approval by SCE,
               momentary parallel operation may be permitted in order for the customer to avoid
               interruption of load during a CBP Event/Test Event or to allow the Participant or
               service accounts of an Aggregator, whichever is applicable, to test the
               auxiliary/emergency generating facilities. A Momentary Parallel Generation Contract
               is required for this type of service.

19.    Definitions. The follows Definitions are applicable to service provided under this Schedule:
       a.       Aggregator: An entity that aggregates two or more service accounts of end-use
                customers, or multiple service accounts of a single end-use customer, or a single
                service account of an end-use customer, for the purpose of participating under this
                schedule as an Aggregator.

       b.      Participant: A Bundled Service, Direct Access, or Community Choice Aggregation
               Service customer with a single participating service account, and where such service
               account is currently served under an SCE general service or agricultural rate
               schedule.

       c.      Direct Access Customer: Where the customer obtains its electric power and ancillary
               services from an Energy Service Provider.                                                  (T)

       d.      Community Choice Aggregation Service Customer: A customer located within the
               jurisdiction of Community Choice Aggregator who receives electric power from such
               Community Choice Aggregator.

       e.      Energy Service Provider: An entity that provides electric power and ancillary services     (T)
               (including, but not limited to Aggregators, brokers, and marketers, but excluding
               utilities) to an end-use customer.




                                                   (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
8H11                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                      Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45203-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                 Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    42957-E*


                                        Schedule CCA-CRS                               Sheet 2
                               COMMUNITY CHOICE AGGREGATION COST
                                   RESPONSIBILITY SURCHARGE
                                           (Continued)
RATES (Continued)
The sum of the CTC, PCIA-URG and PCIA-DWR components of CCA-CRS is $.020/kWh and is
subject to true-up. SCE will true-up the difference between the CTC and the product of the PCIA-
URG and PCIA-DWR forecast rate of $0.020/kWh and the actual liabilities within 18 months if the
forecast is at least 30% lower than or higher than the rate of $0.020/kWh. The components of
Schedule CCA-CRS are as follows:
       1.      The DWRBC is the Department of Water Resources Bond Charge to recover the
               interest and principal of DWR bonds.
       2.      The CTC is the Competition Transition Charge which recovers the above market
               costs of utility retained generation.
      3.       Power Charge Indifference Adjustment (PCIA) Utility Retained Generation (URG)
               reflects the DA Customers’ share of ongoing power costs after 2002 as determined
               pursuant to the methodology adopted in D.06-07-030. The PCIA-URG is determined
               residually by subtracting the authorized CTC component of DA-CRS from the
               indifference rate developed in accordance with the DA CRS Working Group report.
               PCIA-URG is a non-zero amount in instances where CTC exceeds the indifference
               rate and is effective until such time as the full DA-CRS undercollection has been
               recovered.
      4.       PCIA Department Water Resources (DWR) is determined residually by subtracting
               the authorized CTC component of DA-CRS from the indifference rate developed in
               accordance with the DA CRS Working Group report. The PCIA-DWR component
               cannot be negative.
      5.       Undercollection Contribution (UC) recovers revenues uncollected from DA Customers
               during the period over which the full cost DA-CRS exceeded the capped DA-CRS.
               The undercollection period is defined as September 1, 2001 to December 31, 2005.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS
1.    California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) and medical baseline eligible CCA customers
      are treated in a similar manner to Direct Access customers with respect to CRS. Thus, CARE
      and medical baseline eligible CCA Service Customers are exempt from the DWRBC, the
      PCIA-URG, and the PCIA-DWR.
2.    Continuous DA customers who “opt-in” to CCA shall also retain their continuous DA status
      and remain exempt from the DWRBC, the PCIA-URG, and the PCIA-DWR components
      contained in this Schedule.
3.    The DA-CRS undercollection (DA-CRS-UC) provisions of schedule DA-CRS are applicable to
      Bundle Service and CCA Service customers, including Transitional Bundled Service (TBS)
      customers served concurrently under Schedule PC-TBS, who as past Direct Access
      Customers are responsible for payment of the DA-CRS-UC.
4.    Collection of CTC, the PCIA-URG, and the PCIA-DWR costs applicable to Community                (T)
      Aggregation (CA) Customers pursuant to Decision 05-01-009 is temporarily suspended
      pending a true-up of CRS for CCA Customers.




(To be inserted by utility)                     Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                             Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                      Vice President              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
2H9                                                                       Resolution
Southern California Edison                                           Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45204-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     44166-E*


                                           Schedule DA-RCSC                                 Sheet 7
                                            DIRECT ACCESS
                                    REVENUE CYCLE SERVICES CREDITS
                                               (Continued)

SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1.     Credits for metering and related services:

           a) One or more credits for each applicable rate schedule under this tariff may be applied
              to a customer’s energy bill when a customer is served under Direct Access, CCA
              Service, or Bundled Service and has a standard meter changed to a non-standard
              meter; or a Direct Access or CCA Service customer who returns to Bundled Service
              and continues to own their non-standard meter. Unless otherwise specified, such
              credits will be applied only when customers whose standard meter change results in
              the installation of a non-standard meter. The Meter Ownership credits are not
              applicable when a customer adds metering facilities to their existing standard meter to
              receive hourly usage data.

           b) Customers who obtain non-standard meters under Rule 2, Section J, shall receive the
              applicable credit per meter under the Meter Ownership section of this Schedule.

2.     Rate Schedules not listed in the Rates Section. SCE has other rate schedules applicable to
       electric service that are not listed in the Rates Section of this tariff. However, such rate
       schedules are applicable only when used in conjunction with a rate schedule listed in the
       Rates section. For example, if a customer is receiving electric service under Schedule D-APS
       their concurrent rate schedule is Schedule D. Thus, they would receive a credit amount listed
       for Schedule D. If a customer is served under Schedule I-6 their concurrent rate schedule is
       Schedule TOU-8 and they would receive a credit amount listed for Schedule TOU-8.
       However, in some cases depending on the customer’s level of demand or if the customer
       elects a time-of-use rate schedule the concurrent rate schedule will vary. For example,
       customers on Schedule EDR-A, EDR-E, or EDR-R will have a concurrent rate schedule of              (T)
       either Schedule TOU-GS-3 or TOU-8, depending on the customers demand or if served under           (T)
       a time-of-use rate schedule. The credit amount for such customers would be for the credit
       amount listed for either Schedule TOU-GS-3 or TOU-8, which ever is applicable. Therefore,         (T)
       when a customer is provided service under more than one rate schedule, the customer shall
       receive only one credit for each of the revenue cycle services being provided which is based
       on the applicable rate schedule listed in the Rates Section of this tariff.




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                           Issued by                (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                   Akbar Jazayeri             Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                            Vice President             Effective     Sep 4, 2009
7H11                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                            Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45205-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.         43640-E**


                                               Schedule DBP                                    Sheet 1
                                          DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM


APPLICABILITY
This Schedule is optional for customers with maximum demands 200 kW and above, defined herein
as registered Maximum Demand of greater than 200 kW in any three months during the preceding
twelve months, who are not receiving service under Real Time Pricing (RTP) rate schedules or who
are not participating in the California Independent System Operator’s (CAISO) Ancillary Services                (T)
Load Program or the Capacity Bidding Program (CBP). Individual participants must commit to
reduce a minimum of 30 kW per hour, whereas, Aggregated Groups must commit to reduce a
minimum of 100 kW per hour, during a DBP Event. The aggregated Group provisions, as shown in
the Special Condition section of this Schedule, are applicable to customers who form an
Aggregated Group

The Demand Bidding Program (DBP) is a year round bidding program that offers Day-Of and
Day-Ahead price incentives to customers for reducing energy consumption during a DBP Event. A
Day-Of DBP Event may be called when reserve margins result in the CAISO issuing a Stage 1 or                    (T)
greater emergency. A Day-Ahead DBP Event may be called, at SCE’s discretion, when it is needed
based on CAISO emergencies, day-ahead load or price forecasts, extreme or unusual temperature                   (T)
conditions impacting system demand and/or SCE’s procurement needs. An Interval Metering
system, as defined in the Special Conditions section of this Schedule is required to receive service
under this Schedule. Service under this Schedule is subject to meter availability.
TERRITORY

Within the entire territory served.
RATES

All other charges and provisions of the customer’s otherwise applicable tariff (OAT) shall apply,
except a participating customer or participating Aggregated Group, that reduces energy during a
DBP Event may receive a discount in the form of a credit on its bill within 90 days of the DBP Event.

       DBP Credit per kWh:
       Bundled Service participants shall receive a flat rate credit equal to 60 cents per kWh of load
       reduction for participation in a Day-Of event/test event and shall receive a flat rate credit equal
       to 50 cents per kWh of load reduction for participation in a Day-Ahead event/test event. Direct
       Access (DA) and Community Choice Aggregation Service (CCA Service) participants shall
       receive a flat rate credit equal to 60 cents per kWh of load reduction minus the CAISO’s                 (T)
       hourly real-time energy market price for SP 15 for participation in a Day-Of event/test event            (T)
       and shall receive a flat rate credit equal to 50 cents per kWh of load reduction minus the
       CAISO’s hourly real-time energy market price for SP 15 for participation in a Day-Ahead                  (T)
       event/test event.
       A DBP credit will apply to any amount of actual load reduction that is 50 percent or greater
       and less than or equal to 200 percent of the customer’s Energy Bid or Aggregated Group’s
       Committed Load Reduction, whichever is applicable, and at no time will a DBP credit apply
       during hours that a participant’s actual load reduction is less than the Minimum Energy
       Reduction Threshold, or Aggregated Group Minimum Load Reduction Requirements,
       whichever is applicable.




                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President                Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1H14                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                         Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45206-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                   Cancelling    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        43641-E*


                                             Schedule DBP                                  Sheet 2
                                        DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                  (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1.     Agreement. Participating customers and participating Aggregated Groups must sign a DBP
       Agreement. This Agreement shall become effective after SCE determines the customer has
       complied with the installation of the required metering equipment in accordance with the
       terms and conditions of the Agreement and this Schedule.

2.     DBP Event. A DBP Event may be triggered when any of the following conditions are met:

       Day-Of Events:

       a.    A Day-Of Event will be triggered when the CAISO issues a Stage 1 emergency (or                (T)
             greater) for the affected service territory. Only Standing bids will be accepted for the
             Day-Of-Event.

       Day-Ahead Events:
       At SCE’s discretion when needed based on factors such as:

       a.    CAISO emergencies, defined as a stage 1 event or higher                                       (T)
       b.    Day-Ahead load and/or price forecasts
       c.    Extreme or unusual temperature conditions impacting system demand; and/or
       d.    SCE procurement needs

       Once triggered, a DBP Event may be in effect between Noon and 8:00 p.m. Monday through
       Friday, excluding holidays.

3.     DBP Test Event. Test events may be activated on a Day-Of or on a Day-Ahead basis by SCE
       no more than 2 times per year, lasting no longer than 4 hours each. Participants must meet
       the same requirements as those of an actual DBP Event to receive the appropriate DBP
       credit.




                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                       Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                               Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                        Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
2H12                                                                         Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45207-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.         43430-E


                                             Schedule DBP                                   Sheet 3
                                        DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                   (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)
4.     Notification of DBP Events and Submission and Acceptance of Energy Bids, Aggregated
       Group Energy Bids, and Standing Bids.

       a.      Notification of Day-Of DBP Events. SCE will notify a customer or an Aggregated
               Group’s Designated Lead account, whichever is applicable, of a DBP Event via
               SCE’s notification system. SCE’s primary notification method will be via telephone
               call, but as a courtesy, may also include electronic mail, pager, or fax. SCE will begin
               to notify a customer or an Aggregated Group’s Designated Lead account after a
               Stage 1 (or greater) emergency is called by the CAISO. An event will not begin later          (T)
               than 6 pm to allow for a minimum of 2 hours for the event. If the initial notification
               attempt is unsuccessful, SCE will immediately make up to two more attempts to
               successfully notify a customer or an Aggregated Group’s Designated Lead account.
               An Event will occur, on the next hour, following delivery of notifications. SCE does
               not guarantee customer receipt of the notification.

       b.      Notification of DBP Day-Ahead Events. SCE will notify a customer or an Aggregated
               Group’s Designated Lead account, whichever is applicable, of a DBP Event via
               SCE’s notification system. SCE’s primary notification method will be via telephone
               call, but as a courtesy, may also include electronic mail, pager, or fax. SCE will begin
               to notify a customer or an Aggregated Group’s Designated Lead account at, or about,
               12 noon the day before an event (for an event occurring on Monday notifications may
               be given on the previous Friday). If the initial notification attempt is unsuccessful,
               SCE will immediately make up to two more attempts to successful notify a customer
               or an Aggregated Group’s Designated lead account. SCE does not guarantee
               customer receipt of the notification.

       c.      Submission of Energy Bids/Aggregated Group Energy Bids.              Both individual
               customers and Aggregated Groups shall submit Energy Bids via SCE’s designated
               Internet website only, no later than 11:00 a.m. on the Day-Of Event and no later than
               4:00 p.m. on the day preceding the Day-Ahead Event.
       d.      Submission of Standing Energy Bids. Both individual customers and Aggregated
               Groups may submit Standing Energy Bids. Bids must be identified as Standing
               Energy Bids and will remain in effect until such time the individual customer or
               Aggregator withdraws or modifies the Standing Bid. SCE will notify customers or
               Aggregated Groups Designated Lead Account of the acceptance or rejection of bids
               via the DBP website. Once a Day-Ahead event has been called, adjustments to a
               Standing Energy Bid must be completed as prescribed above.

       e.      Acceptance of Energy Bids/Aggregated Group Energy Bids. Within one hour after
               the bid submission deadline, SCE shall evaluate each timely submitted bid, accept or
               reject each bid, and notify the customer or Aggregated Group Designated Lead
               account of the result. Bids shall be accepted for non-holiday weekdays only. Once a
               bid has been accepted, the bid shall not subsequently be rejected by SCE. SCE will
               notify customers or Aggregated Groups Designated Lead account of the acceptance
               or rejection of bids via the DBP website. SCE does not guarantee the reliability of the
               Internet site by which customers or Aggregated Groups submit bids and receive
               information regarding this Schedule.




                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
3H12                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45208-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.         43642-E*


                                             Schedule DBP                                   Sheet 5
                                        DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                   (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

7.     Individual Customers: This Special Condition applies to all customers except those who form
       an Aggregated Group.

       c.      Required Metering and Internet Communication Equipment. Prior to participation on
               this Schedule, a customer must have Interval Metering and Internet access to SCE’s
               designated Internet DBP website notifications. Metering equipment must be in
               operation for at least ten (10) weekdays (non holidays) prior to participation on this
               Schedule to establish a customer’s Customer Specific Energy Baseline (CSEB). For
               participating service accounts where SCE is the MDMA and MSP, and have monthly
               maximum demands of 50 kW and above, who do not have the required interval
               metering, SCE will provide and install such equipment at no cost to the customer,
               subject to available funding.

               Bundled Service Customers receiving an interval meter at no charge from SCE                  (T)
               through this Program will be able to continue to use it at no additional cost even after
               the Program is terminated, provided that the customer remained in the Program
               continuously for a minimum period of one year and provided that the SCE-owned
               meter is, in SCE’s determination, still operable. A customer who receives an interval
               meter through this Program but later elects to leave the Program prior to the one-year
               anniversary date, or is terminated for cause, will reimburse SCE for all expenses
               associated with the installation and maintenance of the meter.

       d.      Cancellation of Energy Bid Solicitation. An Energy Bid solicitation may be cancelled
               any time prior to the submission deadlines identified in Condition 4.c.

       e.      Recorded Reduced Energy (RRE). The RRE equals the difference between the
               customer’s CSEB and the recorded kWh of an accepted Energy Bid during a DBP
               Event.

       f.      DBP Credits. A DBP Credit will only apply to the portion of RRE in any hour that falls
               within a +100 percent or -50 percent bandwidth of the customer’s Energy Bid. At no
               time will a DBP credit apply during hours a customer does not meet the Minimum
               Energy Reduction Threshold.

       g.      Minimum Energy Reduction Threshold. The minimum energy reduction must be at
               least 50 percent of the customer’s Energy Bid and greater than or equal to 30 kW.




                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
5H12                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                         Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45209-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.        43643-E*


                                             Schedule DBP                                   Sheet 8
                                        DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                  (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

9.      Relationship to Other Interruptible/Curtailment Programs. An individual customer service
        account or service account within an Aggregated Group, currently taking service under a
        Schedule TOU-GS-3-CPP (TOU-GS-3-CPP), Schedule TOU-8-CPP (TOU-8-CPP),
        Schedule TOU-8-CPP-GCCD (TOU-8-CPP-GCCD), Schedule I-6 (I-6), Schedule TOU-BIP
        (TOU-BIP), Schedule AP-I (AP-I), Schedule OBMC, Schedule GS-APS (GS-APS), and
        Schedule GS-APS-E (GS-APS-E), may be eligible for this program. However, under no
        circumstances will a customer or Aggregated Group customer taking service under this
        Schedule concurrently with any of the aforementioned applicable Schedules/Programs
        receive more than one incentive payment for the same interrupted/curtailed load. Should
        either the CAISO or SCE activate a demand response Event, or a notice of Interruption on           (T)
        any Schedule listed above for which a DBP customer or Aggregated Group customer
        participates on, as set forth in the provisions of the applicable rate schedules, during any
        period that overlaps with the period of a DBP Event under this Schedule, no credits under
        this Schedule will apply during the period of overlap and all provisions of a customer’s or
        Aggregated Group customer’s Otherwise Applicable Schedule, shall prevail. For the
        duration of this Schedule, a customer or Aggregated Group customer enrolled in this
        program shall not participate in any CAISO Ancillary Services Load Program or pay for              (T)
        performance program.

10.     Customer-Owned Electrical Generating Facilities.   Customers may achieve energy
        reductions by operating back-up or onsite generation. The customer will be solely
        responsible for meeting all environmental and other regulatory requirements for the
        operation of such generation.

        a.       Where customer-owned electrical generating facilities are used to meet a part or all
                 of the customer’s electrical requirements, service shall be provided concurrently
                 under the terms and conditions of Schedule S and this Schedule. Parallel operation
                 of such generating facilities with SCE’s electrical system is permitted. A Generation
                 Agreement is required for such operation.

        b.       Customer-owned electrical generating facilities used solely for auxiliary,
                 emergency, or standby purposes (auxiliary/emergency generating facilities) to serve
                 the customer’s load during a period when SCE’s service is unavailable and when
                 such load is isolated from the service of SCE are not subject to Schedule S.
                 However, upon approval by SCE, momentary parallel operation may be permitted in
                 order for the customer to avoid interruption of load during a DBP Event or to allow
                 the customer to test the auxiliary/emergency generating facilities. A Momentary
                 Parallel Generation Contract is required for this type of service.

11.    Failure to Reduce Energy. No penalties will be assessed under this Schedule if a customer or
       Aggregated Group fails to comply to reduce energy during a DBP Event.




                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
8H12                                                                         Resolution
Southern California Edison                                            Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45210-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.       43646-E*


                                               Schedule SLRP                                 Sheet 1
                                    SCHEDULED LOAD REDUCTION PROGRAM


APPLICABILITY

This Schedule is optional for Bundled Service Customers with an average monthly demand of
100 kW or greater and who agree to reduce load by a preset amount during prescheduled days and
times, as specified in this Schedule. This Schedule is not available to customers receiving service
under, Schedule OBMC (OBMC) or the ISO’s Ancillary Services Program in which the customer
agrees to curtail or interrupt its load when called upon to do so under the terms of such program.
This Schedule is available to Schedule TOU-GS-3-CPP, Schedule TOU-8-CPP, Schedule TOU-8-
CPP-GCCD, Schedules I-6 (I-6), Schedule TOU-BIP (TOU-BIP), and Schedule AP-I (AP-I)
customers who have fulfilled their annual maximum interruption obligations under those rate
schedules and to customers receiving service under Schedule CBP (CBP), Schedule DBP (DBP),                   (T)
Schedule GS-APS (GS-APS), and Schedule GS-APS-E (GS-APS-E). The customer must commit
to at least a 15 percent reduction in load, based on the customer’s maximum demand in the
previous 12 months, which shall not be less than 100 kW, as determined by SCE. Service under
this Schedule is provided on a first-come first-served basis and is limited to a total of 300 MW of
estimated contracted scheduled load reduction commitments for any given eligible day.          This
Schedule is applicable only from June 1 through September 30 of each year.
TERRITORY

Within the entire territory served.

RATES

All other charges and provisions of the customer’s otherwise applicable rate schedule shall apply,
except that a customer who meets its load reduction requirements during a Scheduled Load
Reduction Program (SLRP) Event, as determined by SCE, in accordance with the Special
Conditions of this Schedule will receive an incentive payment in the form of a bill credit equal to the
amount of qualified total reduced load, represented in kWh, in eligible months multiplied by the
appropriate per kWh incentive amount as follows:

                              Scheduled Load Reduction            Incentive Amount
                                     time-period                      per kWh

                               8:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon                   $0.10
                               12:00 Noon - 4:00 p.m.                   $0.10
                                4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.                   $0.10




                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President                Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1H10                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                           Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45213-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling   Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.      44237-E


                                                      Rule 1                                   Sheet 12
                                                   DEFINITIONS

                                                       (Continued)
  Rules: Tariff sheets which set forth the application of all rates, charges, and service when such
   applicability is not set forth in and as part of the rate schedules.

  SCE: Southern California Edison (See Company, Edison, or Utility).

  SCE's Operating Convenience: The term refers to the utilization, under certain circumstances, or
   facilities or practices not ordinarily employed which contribute to the overall efficiency of SCE's
   operations; it does not refer to customer convenience nor to the use of facilities or adoption of
   practices required to comply with applicable laws, ordinances, rules or regulations, or similar
   requirements of public authorities.

  Scheduling Coordinator (SC): An entity certified by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that
    acts as a go-between with the ISO on behalf of generators, supply aggregators (wholesale
    marketers), retailers, and customers to schedule the supply and consumption of electricity.

  Seasonal Service: Service to establishments which are occupied seasonally or intermittently, such
    as seasonal resorts, cottages or other part-time establishments.

  Separate SCE/ESP Billing: A situation in which SCE and an Energy Service Provider each bill a
    customer separately for their own services.

  Service Account: For Direct Access, the Service Account is where electric power and ancillary
    services are delivered and recorded (metered) for billing purposes. See also the definition of “CSS”.

  Service Wires or Connection: The group of conductors, whether overhead or underground,
    necessary to connect the service entrance conductors of the customer to SCE's supply line,
    regardless of the location of SCE's meters or transformers. An overhead service connection,
    sometimes referred to as a "service drop," is the group of conductors between the customer's
    building or other permanent support and SCE's adjacent pole.

  Service Extension: The overhead and underground primary or secondary facilities (including, but not
    limited to SCE-owned Service Facilities and Applicant-owned service facilities) extending from the
    point of connection at the Distribution Line to the Service Delivery Point. When an underground
    Service Extension is supplied from a SCE-designated overhead pole, the beginning point of
    connection to SCE’s Distribution Line shall be where the Service Extension is connected to SCE’s
    overhead Distribution Line conductors.

  Single Enterprise: A separate business or other individual activity carried on by a customer. The
    term does not apply to associations or combinations of customers.

  Single-family Dwelling or Accommodation: A house, an apartment, a flat, or any other permanent
    residential dwelling which contains cooking facilities (not necessarily electric) and which is used as a
    residence by a single family.

  Small Customer/Applicant: Applicants for service and customers served under Domestic Rate
   Schedules and Schedules GS-1, TOU-GS-1, TOU-EV-3, PA-1, AL-2, LS-1, LS-2, LS-3, OL-1, and                   (T)
   TC-1.

  Small Commercial Customer:            Customers served under Schedules GS-1, TOU-GS-1, and
   TOU-EV-3.



                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President                Effective     Sep 4, 2009
12H10                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45214-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.      22925-E


                                                    Rule 1                                  Sheet 14
                                                 DEFINITIONS

                                                    (Continued)
  Utility Users Tax: A tax imposed by local governments on SCE’s customers. SCE is required to bill          (N)
    customers within the city or county for the taxes due, collect the taxes from customers, and then pay     |
    the taxes to the city or county. The tax is calculated as a percentage of the charges billed by SCE       |
    for energy use.                                                                                          (N)

  Violence: Types of violence are to include, but are not limited to, death or injury with a weapon,
    inflicting bodily harm, allowing animals to attack, physically detaining an employee against his/her
    will, and/or tearing employee's clothing.

  Water Suppliers: Establishments primarily engaged in distributing water for sale for domestic,
   commercial, and industrial use.

  X-Ray Service: Service to any apparatus transforming electric energy into radiations similar to light
    but having wave lengths from .0006 to 2 angstroms.

  Zone: Zones are defined by zip code for purposes of establishing discretionary service fees under
   Direct Access.




(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
14H10                                                                         Resolution
Southern California Edison                                             Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45215-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45089-E


                                                    Rule 2                                       Sheet 10
                                            DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

                                                     (Continued)
  H.    Added Facilities. (Continued)
        1. (Continued)

                 a.       Facilities requested by an applicant which are in addition to or in substitution for
                          standard facilities (such as SCE’s standard line and service extension facilities),
                          which would normally be provided by SCE for delivery of service at one point,
                          through one meter, at one voltage class under its tariff schedules, or
                 b.       A pro rata portion of the facilities requested by an applicant, allocated for the
                          sole use of such applicant, which would not normally be allocated for such sole
                          use.
                 Added Facilities may include, but are not limited to, all types of equipment normally
                 installed by SCE in the development of its electrical transmission and distribution
                 systems and facilities or equipment related to SCE's provision of service to a customer
                 or a customer's receipt or utilization of SCE's electrical energy. Added Facilities also
                 include the differential costs for equipment for electrical transmission and distribution
                 systems designed by SCE which, in SCE's sole opinion, is in excess of equipment
                 required for SCE's standard serving system. Added Facilities may include poles, lines,
                 structures, fixtures, transformers, service connections, load control devices and meters.
                 However, the installation of meters capable of recording and providing interval data that
                 are in addition to or in substitution for standard meters shall be provided under the
                 provisions of Section J of this Rule.                                                           (T)

        2.       Added facilities will be installed under the terms and conditions of a contract in the form
                 on file with the California Public Utilities Commission. Such contract will include, but is
                 not limited to, the following terms and conditions:

                 a.       Where new facilities are to be installed for applicant's use as added facilities,
                          the applicant shall advance to SCE the additional installed cost of the added
                          facilities over the cost of standard facilities. At SCE's option, SCE may finance
                          the new facilities.

                 b.       The following monthly ownership charges are applicable to Added Facilities
                          Contracts with an effective date prior to 1/20/96:

                              (1)   Applicants being served by SCE-financed added facilities shall pay a
                                    monthly ownership charge of 1.34% of the cost associated with the
                                    added facilities.
                          (2)       Applicants being served by the Customer-financed added facilities shall
                                    pay a monthly ownership charge of 0.38% of the cost associated with
                                    the added facilities.




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                    (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                 Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                 Effective     Sep 4, 2009
10C14                                                                             Resolution
Southern California Edison                                           Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45216-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling    Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     22941-E


                                                  Rule 2                                     Sheet 16
                                          DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

                                                   (Continued)
  J.    Interval Metering and Other Metering Facilities As Added Facilities. (Continued)

        5.       Interval Metering and/or Metering Charges. (Continued)

                 c.       Other Charges. For SCE-owned Interval Metering and/or Metering Facilities,
                          the customer shall pay the maintenance and testing charges in accordance
                          with Schedule CC-DSF. This charge shall include repair and/or replacement            (T)
                          of the Interval Metering and/or Metering Facilities, as necessary to provide for
                          continued operation.      The customer shall remain liable for repair or
                          replacement due to damage from misuse, or hazards such as fire, theft, or
                          vandalism. The customer shall pay the maintenance and testing charges for
                          the Interval Metering and/or Metering Facilities during the useful life of such
                          equipment, under the terms and conditions set out in the IMMFA.

                 d.       SCE will update the installation, purchasing, maintenance and testing costs,
                          and the monthly capital-related charges when changes occur in SCE’s costs
                          for providing such services and will file these updates with the Commission.




(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President                Effective     Sep 4, 2009
16H10                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                             Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45217-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45091-E


                                                 Rule 9                                          Sheet 2
                                     RENDERING AND PAYMENT OF BILLS

                                                 (Continued)
B.     Reading of Separate Meters Not Combined. For the purpose of billing, each meter upon the
       customer's premises will be considered separately, and the readings to two or more meters will
       not be combined except as follows:

       1.      Where combinations of meter readings are specifically provided for in the rate schedule.
       2.      Where SCE's operating convenience requires the use of more than one meter.

C.     Payment of Bills. All Bills and Summary Bills are due and payable on presentation, and
       payment should be received at the office of SCE or by a representative or agent authorized by
       SCE. Accepted methods of payment are as follows:

       1.      Checks sent via the U.S. mail to the address on the payment stub, or
       2.      Checks, money orders, or cash paid at any SCE Payment Office or an authorized
               payment location, or
       3.      Electronically through SCE’s electronic bill presentation and payment service, Pay-by-
               Phone service, Direct Payment service, QuickCheck, or Electronic Data Interchange for           (T)
               commercial customers, or
       4.      Electronically by a recurring automatic bank debit or an electronic funds transfer the
               customer initiates through a third party. A transfer or transaction fee over and above the
               SCE bill amount may be charged to the customer by a third-party vendor for these
               services, or
       5.      Any other means mutually agreeable to SCE and the customer.

D.     Returned Check Charge. SCE may require payment of a $9.00 returned check charge for any
       check returned from the bank unpaid. The Returned Check Charge shall also apply to any
       forms of payment that are subsequently dishonored.

E.     Level Pay Plan.

       Small commercial and lighting customers who are served by SCE on Schedule GS-1 and
       residential customers qualifying for Baseline allocations, who are served by SCE under
       Schedule D or D-CARE, all of whom want to minimize variations in monthly bills, may elect to
       participate in the Level Pay Plan. Customers can join the plan in any month of the year and the
       plan will extend for 12 subsequent months. However, customers may voluntarily withdraw from
       the plan upon written notice to SCE and a settlement bill will be generated in accordance with
       the provision of Section E.4. Meters will normally be read and billed at regular monthly intervals.
       The terms and conditions of the Level Pay Plan are as follows:

       1.      Level Pay Plan is open to customers regardless of length of service with SCE.
       2.      The Level Pay Plan amount is due upon presentation as described in Section E.3.
       3.      Customers shall pay the Level Pay Plan amount shown due each month before it
               becomes Past Due as described in Rule 11, Section A, Discontinuance and Restoration
               of Service.
       4.      At the one (1) year anniversary of Level Pay Plan participation, all customers will receive
               a settlement bill. Customers will also receive a settlement bill if they voluntarily withdraw
               from the plan.




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                    (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                 Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                 Effective     Sep 4, 2009
2H15                                                                              Resolution
Southern California Edison                                     Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.   45218-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                Cancelling   Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.   38651-E


                                          INDEX OF COMMUNITIES                         Sheet 5


                                               (Continued)
                                   Baseline                                         Baseline
        Community                   Region               Community                   Region

   Pioneertown                14                    San Dimas                    16, 17
   Piru                       17                    San Fernando                 17
   Pixley                     13                    San Gabriel                  16,17
   Placentia                  17                    San Jacinto                  16, 17
   Pomona                     17                    San Marino                   17
   Pond                       13                    San Pedro                    10
   Poplar                     13                    Santa Ana                    10
   Port Hueneme               10                    Santa Barbara                10,16
   Porterville                13,16                 Santa Clarita                16, 17
   Posey                      16                    Santa Fe Springs             10,17
                                                    Santa Monica                 10
   Quail Valley               17                    Santa Paula                  10,17
   Quartz Hill                14                    Santa Susana                 17
                                                    Saugus                       14,16,17
   Rancho Cucamonga           16, 17                Seal Beach                   10
   Rancho Mirage              15                    Sequoia National Park        16
   Rancho Palos Verdes        10                    Shaver Lake                  16
   Rancho Santa Margarita     10                    Shoshone                     15,16
   Randsburg                  14                    Sierra Madre                 16, 17
   Red Mountain               14                    Signal Hill                  10
   Redlands                   16,17                 Silverado                    10
   Redondo Beach              10                    Simi Valley                  17
   Rialto                     17                    Skyforest                    16
   Richgrove                  13                    Snow Valley                  16
   Ridgecrest                 14                    Somis                        10,17
   Rimforest                  16                    South El Monte               17
   Ripley                     15                    South Gate                   10
   Riverside                  17                    South Lake                   16
   Robinson Ranch             10                    South Pasadena               17
   Rolling Hills              10                    South San Gabriel            17
   Rolling Hills Estates      10                    Springville                  13,16
   Romoland                   17                    Squaw Valley                 16
   Rosamond                   14                    Stanton                      10,17
   Rosemead                   17                    Strathmore                   13
   Rossmoor                   10                    Sugarloaf                    16
   Rossmoor-El Toro           10                    Summerland                   10
   Rowland Heights            17                    Summit                       14,16
   Rubidoux                   17                    Sunland                      16                 (D)
   Running Springs            16

   Sage                       17
   San Bernardino             17




                                               (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                     Issued by                (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                             Akbar Jazayeri             Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                      Vice President             Effective     Sep 4, 2009
5H10                                                                     Resolution
                                                                                                    LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS




11C13
                                                                                                                (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                             Most Comparable




        Advice
        Decision
                                                                                                                                        Commission            Regular Tariff
                                                                                        Type or Class          Date of                  Authorization               Schedule Contract
                                                    Name and Location of Customer        of Service     Execution    Expiration      Number           Date         No.       Difference

                                                    LINE EXTENSIONS (Continued)




                   2344-E
                                                    Oscar O. Clementson                  General          -             -            D. 88083        11-08-77   Rule 15.C     Exemption from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Rosemead, California




                                                    Wofford Heights, Kern Co.                                                                                                 mandatory




        (To be inserted by utility)
                                                                                                                                                                              underground
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Southern California Edison




                                                    Ellen Laule                          General          -             -            D. 88516        02-22-78   Rule 15.C     Exemption from
                                                    Tulare Co.                                                                                                                mandatory
                                                                                                                                                                              underground
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               (U 338-E)




                                                    Zond, Kern County                    General          -             -                -           06-16-04 Rule A.3.a      Exemption from   (T)
                                                                                                                                     Advice 1795-E                            mandatory        (T)
                                                                                                                                                                              underground

                                                    Petersen Publishing Co. Elizabeth    Domestic       11-02-83    Ten years from   Res. E-2015     09-06-84   Rule 15.E.7   Special
                                                    agreement,
                                                    Lake Road, 90th St. West, Leona                                 date service     Advice 639-E                             uneconomic
                                                    extension
                                                    Valley, Los Angeles County                                      rendered

                                                    Western States Microwave Trans-      General        12-12-83    Ten years from   Res. E-2015     09-06-84   Rule 15.E.7   Special




          Issued by
                                      (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                                                                     (Continued)




                                                    agreement,




        Vice President
        Akbar Jazayeri
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Cancelling




                                                    mission Co., San Bernardino                                     date service     Advice 644-E                             uneconomic
                                                    extension
                                                    County (Iron Mountain)                                          rendered
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   List of Contracts and Deviations




                                                    GTE Sprint, l3 mi. N/W Blythe        General        02-21-84    Ten years from   Res. E-2015     09-06-84   Rule 15.E.7   Special
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Revised




                                                    agreement,
                                                    Riverside County                                                date service     Advice 653-E                             uneconomic
                                                    extension
                                                                                                                    rendered




Effective
                                                    Intermountain Power Project          General        03-13-84    Ten years from   Res. E-2015     09-06-84   Rule 15.E.7   Special




Resolution
                                                    agreement,
                                                    15 mi. N/O Inyokern, Inyo                                       date service     Advice 655-E                             uneconomic
                                                    extension
                                                    County                                                          rendered
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Cal. PUC Sheet No.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Cal. PUC Sheet No.




                                                    Harry Antonian, 12664 Elizabeth      Domestic       04-05-84    Ten years from   Advice 666-E    10-25-84   Rule 15.E.7   Special
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Sheet 11




                                                    agreement,




              Sep 4, 2009
                                                    Lake Road, Leona Valley,                                        date service                                              uneconomic




Date Filed May 18, 2009
                                                    extension




(To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
                                                    Los Angeles County                                              rendered
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      36395-E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      45211-E




                                                    Larry Burns and Walter Light         Domestic       02-27-84    Ten years from   Res. E-2038     05-15-85   Rule 15.E.7   Special
                                                                                                    LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS




16H22
                                                                                                                (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                                  Most Comparable




        Advice
                                                                                                                                           Commission              Regular Tariff




        Decision
                                                                                        Type or Class           Date of                    Authorization             Schedule           Contract
                                                    Name and Location of Customer        of Service     Execution       Expiration       Number          Date           No.            Difference

                                                    RULES – OTHER (Continued)




                   2344-E
                                                    Universal Studios                     General       10-15-03                         Res. E-3855   11-13-03    Rule 2.H         Special Added (T)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Rosemead, California




                                                                                                                                                                   Forms 16-308     Facilities Agree-
                                                                                                                                                                   And 16-309       ments. Deviation




        (To be inserted by utility)
                                                                                                                                                                                    from Forms
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Southern California Edison




                                                                                                                                                                                    16-308 /16-309.
                                                                                                                                                                                    Modification of
                                                                                                                                                                                    Paragraph 19 &
                                                                                                                                                                                    Addition of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     (U 338-E)




                                                                                                                                                                                    Paragraphs 20-
                                                                                                                                                                                    23

                                                    Vintage Petroleum                     General       02-09-04       Termination       A.L. 1778-E   03-20-04    Rule 9.A.1       Flat Percentage
                                                    Ventura County                                                     of Service                                  A.1              Rate
                                                                                                                                                                                    Transformer/Line
                                                                                                                                                                                    Losses

                                                    City of Mission Viejo                 General       06-25-04       Termination       A.L. 1807-E               Rule 20          Special use of
                                                                                                                       of Service                                                   Rule 20 Section
                                                                                                                                                                                    A allocations for
                                                                                                                                                                                    replacement of




          Issued by
                                                                                                                                                                                    overhead with




                                      (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                                                                           (Continued)




        Vice President
        Akbar Jazayeri
                                                                                                                                                                                    underground
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Cancelling




                                                                                                                                                                                    electric facilities
                                                                                                                                                                                    to initially install
                                                                                                                                                                                    electric facilities
                                                                                                                                                                                    underground
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         List of Contracts and Deviations




                                                    SAMPLE FORMS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Revised




                                                    Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co.     General       09-29-50       30 days notice    G.O. 96-IX    11-28-50    Form C-301       Special form
                                                    Oat Mountain Peak

                                                    County of Tulare and State of         General       07-20-54       Until U.S.        D. 50777      11-16-54    Form C-301       Special form




Effective
                                                    California, Blue Ridge Mountain                                    Forestry permit




Resolution
                                                                                                                       expires or is
                                                                                                                       terminated

                                                    MAP

                                                    Boundary Map for Level Pay Plan       General       05/26/93       01/01/96          Res. E-3320   05/07/93    Rule 9           Limited to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Cal. PUC Sheet No.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Cal. PUC Sheet No.



                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Sheet 16




                                                    Pilot in District 79 Climatic                                                                                  Schedules        District 79
                                                    Zone 15                                                                                                        GS-1 & GS-2      Climatic Zone 15




              Sep 4, 2009
Date Filed May 18, 2009
(To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            36572-E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            45212-E
Southern California Edison                                 Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45219-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)            Cancelling   Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    8343-E


                                                                                   Sheet 1




                                 PRELIMINARY DESIGN AND

                                 ENGINEERING AGREEMENT

                                       Form 14-238                                             (T)




(To be inserted by utility)                 Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                         Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                  Vice President              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1C8                                                                   Resolution
Southern California Edison                                 Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45220-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)            Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    44244-E


                                                                                  Sheet 1




                     APPLICATION AND CONTRACT FOR ELECTRICAL SERVICE

                              SCHEDULE DS – DOMESTIC SEASONAL

                                        FORM 14-310




(To be inserted by utility)                 Issued by                (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                         Akbar Jazayeri             Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                  Vice President             Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1H8                                                                  Resolution
APPLICATION AND CONTRACT
FOR ELECTRIC SERVICE SCHEDULE DS — DOMESTIC SEASONAL
To Southern California Edison Company (“SCE”):

The undersigned Customer requests electric service under the terms and conditions of Rate Schedule DS, Domestic
Seasonal, for service at:


STREET



CITY, STATE, ZIP



              In consideration of acceptance of this Application, the             5 Customer understands that the Summer Season Premium
              Customer agrees to the following:                                  Charge is calculated during the Summer Season by
                                                                                 comparing the daily Summer Season kWh usage for the
               1 Customer agrees to take and pay for service under               current billing period with the Average Winter Season daily
              Schedule DS — Domestic Seasonal, for a minimum period of           usage of the previous Winter Season. If an excess of Summer
              12 months. The minimum 12-month period of service                  Season kWh results, then a Premium Charge will be applied
              (annual contract year) shall begin with the first billing period   to the daily average non-baseline portion of the current bill.
              after SCE receives and approves this signed Application and        The Winter Season Discount is calculated during the Winter
              Contract.                                                          Season by comparing the daily Winter Season kWh usage for
                                                                                 the current billing period with the Average Summer Season
               2 Customer understands that eligibility for service under         daily usage of the previous Summer Season. If an excess of
              Schedule DS is as follows: The account must be eligible for        Winter Season kWh results, then a discount will be applied to
              service under either Schedule D, Domestic Service, or              the daily average non-baseline portion of the current bill.
              Schedule D-CARE, California Alternate Rates for Energy
              Domestic Service, and the Customer must have established a           6 This contract shall automatically renew for an additional
              minimum of 12 months billing history at the current account.       one-year term on the annual contract date and for successive
              Also, this rate schedule shall not apply if the customer is        one-year terms thereafter until the customer cancels or
              receiving service under Schedules D-APS, D-APS-E, DM,              becomes ineligible for service under Schedule DS. Customer
              DMS-1, DMS-2, DMS-3, TOU-D-1 or TOU-D-2.                           may cancel this contract by notifying SCE in writing within
                                                                                 60 days after the contract expiration date. When the customer
               3 Customer understands that the Summer Season shall               cancels service within 60 days after the contract expiration
              commence at 12:00 a.m. on the first Sunday in June and             date, the customer’s bill will be adjusted to remove premiums
              continue until 12:00 a.m. of the first Sunday in October of        or discounts which may have accrued after the contract
              each year. The Winter Season shall commence at 12:00 a.m.          expiration date. If the customer wishes to be transferred from
              the first Sunday in December and continue until 12:00 a.m. of      Schedule DS to a time-of-use domestic rate schedule, the
              the first Sunday in April of each year.                            customer may request the change of rate schedule in writing
                                                                                 at any time prior to the completion of the annual contract
               4 SCE will bill the Customer at the single-family domestic        period. Such change of rate schedule will become effective
              rate, Schedule D, except that the Customer’s Summer Season         for service rendered after the next regular meter reading
              bill shall be increased by the Summer Season Premium               following the date of notice to SCE. However, if the customer
              Charge and the Customer’s Winter Season bill shall be              subsequently requests a change of rate schedule from the
              decreased by the Winter Season Discount as shown under the         time-of-use domestic rate schedule, such customer may be
              Adjustment rates of Schedule DS.                                   transferred back to Schedule DS until customer’s period of
                                                                                                                             (continued on other side)
SCE 14-310   REV 3/09
APPLICATION AND CONTRACT FOR ELECTRIC SERVICE
SCHEDULE DS — DOMESTIC SEASONAL



         (continued from other side)

         service under the time-of-use domestic rate schedule and          Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Contract, SCE
         Schedule DS satisfies the Schedule DS annual contract             has the right to unilaterally file with the Public Utilities
         requirement.                                                      Commission, pursuant to the Commission’s rules and
                                                                           regulations, an application for a change in rates, charges,
         This contract shall at all times be subject to such changes or    classification, service, or rule, or any agreement relating
         modifications as the Public Utilities Commission of the State     thereto.
         of California may, from time to time, direct in the exercise of
         its jurisdiction.


In consideration of the above terms, the Customer has executed this Application and Contract on this                       day of

                                                     ,          .



CUSTOMER                                                       ACCOUNT NUMBER


Approved and Accepted for Southern California Edison Company


By:                                          Date:                               Title:
Southern California Edison                                   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45221-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)              Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    35273-E**


                                                                                    Sheet 1




                                   ATTACHMENT AGREEMENT
                                FOR ILLUMINATED DECORATIONS
                              ON ORNAMENTAL STREET LIGHT POLES

                                         Form 14-386




(To be inserted by utility)                   Issued by                (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                           Akbar Jazayeri             Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                    Vice President             Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1C9                                                                    Resolution
                                ATTACHMENT AGREEMENT
                              FOR ILLUMINATED DECORATIONS
                            ON ORNAMENTAL STREET LIGHT POLES
          THIS AGREEMENT (“Agreement”) made and entered into this _________day of
____________________ (“Effective Date”), by and between Southern California Edison Company, a
corporation, hereinafter called "SCE" and the City of __________________________________, a
political subdivision of the State of California, hereinafter called "City". City and SCE are sometimes,
hereinafter referred to individually as "Party" and collectively as "Parties".

       WHEREAS, SCE has installed SCE-owned ornamental marbelite and steel street light poles
(“ornamental street light poles”) at various locations within said City at request of City; and

          WHEREAS, City desires to install decorative attachments and appurtenances (“decorations”)
and hardware assemblies for hanging the decorations (“hanger assemblies”) on SCE’s ornamental
street light poles, and receive periodic temporary service to electrify the decorations; and

       WHEREAS, SCE is agreeable to allow City to install SCE-approved decorations on said
ornamental street light poles under certain terms and conditions set forth below.

         NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the premises and the mutual understanding and
obligations of the Parties as hereinafter set forth, and subject to the terms and conditions provided in this
Agreement, SCE hereby shall permit City or its authorized agent for City to install, maintain, use, repair,
renew, and remove certain decorations and hanger assemblies on SCE-owned ornamental street light
poles in accordance with the following:

          1.     City, for itself and its contractors, agents, and/or employees indemnifies and holds
                 harmless SCE, its affiliates, officers, directors and employees, or any of them, from and
                 against any and all losses, expenses, claims, actions, causes of action, damages, costs
                 or liabilities, including court costs and attorneys’ fees, for injuries to or death of persons
                 including employees, agents or contractors of SCE, regardless of cause, arising out of
                 or resulting in any manner whatsoever from the installation, maintenance, use, repair,
                 renewal, decoration hardware failure, or removal of the decorations or hanger
                 assemblies on or from SCE‘s ornamental street light poles.

          2.     Prior to installation of any hanger assemblies or decorations, City shall obtain SCE’s
                 approval of the design of the decorations and hanger assemblies. City shall furnish
                 to SCE a sample decoration with its hanger assembly and decoration and hanger
                 assembly drawing(s), with detailed specifications and proposed mounting height,
                 signed and sealed by a structural engineer in good standing and professionally
                 registered in the State of California, for SCE to examine. If the design is acceptable
                 in SCE’s sole discretion, SCE shall approve the design. The decoration and hanger
                 assembly drawings submitted to SCE shall include the physical size and weight of the
                 proposed decorations and proposed hardware assemblies, and the necessary
                 calculations for the effects winds may have on the decorations and SCE’s ornamental
                 street light poles. The total surface area of the each decoration shall not exceed 18
                 square feet. Variance from the total surface area of the decoration requires SCE’s
                 Street Light Committee approval prior to attachment.




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         3.    Included in the decoration and hanger assembly drawing(s) submittal and prior to
               such attachment, City shall submit to SCE the specific and detailed electric capacity
               required so that SCE may study effects and conflicts, if any, with system operation.
               SCE reserves the right to refuse attachment of any decorations.

         4.    After installation of SCE-approved, City-owned decorations and hanger assemblies,
               City may not make any modifications or changes to such approved decorations or
               hanger assemblies without SCE’s prior approval. SCE- approved decorations and
               hanger assemblies shall be installed and maintained by City in a good, safe, and
               workmanlike manner and in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations,
               ordinances, and decrees of all lawfully constituted federal, state, county, or city
               legislative bodies, administrative agencies or tribunals pertaining thereto, including but
               not limited to General Order No. 95 of the Public Utilities Commission of the State of
               California and the California Occupational Safety and Health Act.

         5.    SCE shall not, by taking action pursuant to its tariffs, be liable for any loss, damage, or
               injury, established or alleged, which may result, or be claimed to result, therefrom.

         6.    At no time shall the electrical load exceed 300 watts per SCE-owned Timed Auxiliary
               Power (“TAP”) device. All conductors shall be UL-approved and contain a minimum of
               No. 14-gauge copper with 600-volt insulation. The conductor shall be secured to the
               mast arm and will not be farther than 12 inches from the connection point at the
               luminaire. At the sole discretion of SCE, service shall not be furnished where locations,
               mounting height, voltage drop to streetlights, and/or other considerations are
               unacceptable to SCE.

         7.    This Agreement for electrical decorations is intended to permit the installation of SCE-
               approved, City-owned decorations and hanger assemblies in accordance with the
               event and time periods set forth in the “Timed Auxiliary Power (TAP) Adaptor, Billing
               Calculation Worksheet” (Worksheet) attached hereto. No permanent decorations or
               hanger assembly installations are permitted on SCE ornamental street lighting poles
               under this Agreement.

         8.    SCE reserves the right to remove SCE-owned TAP devices or any decorations or
               hanger assemblies at any time for SCE’s operating needs, requirements and
               convenience. In the event of removal by SCE, because of damage and replacement of
               ornamental street light poles, when circumstances permit, the City will be notified and
               will be responsible for the removal and reattachment and/or repair of decorations and
               hanger assemblies.

         9.    It is understood and agreed that should an ornamental street light pole be affected or
               damaged in any way by the attachment of such decorations, City will reimburse SCE for
               any expenses for the repairs including, but not limited to, the replacement of the
               ornamental street light pole at City's expense.

         10.   Should SCE determine that it is necessary to relocate or replace an ornamental street
               light pole on which a decoration or hanger assembly is installed, and where time and
               circumstances permit, SCE will notify City and the City, or an agent of City, shall
               promptly remove and relocate, or transfer said decoration or hanger assembly to a
               substitute ornamental street light pole as required by SCE.




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         11.   The failure of SCE to enforce any provision of this Agreement or the waiver thereof in
               any instance shall not be construed as a general waiver or relinquishment on SCE’s
               part of any such provisions, but the same shall nevertheless be and remain in full force
               and effect.

         12.   The Parties hereto agree that the initial term of this Agreement shall be for a period of
               three (3) years commencing as of the Effective Date. Upon the expiration of the initial
               term of this Agreement, it shall be extended automatically thereafter for successive
               terms of one year each, provided that this Agreement may be terminated at the end of
               the original or any extended term by either Party upon not less than sixty (60) days
               written notice prior to the expiration of such term.

         13.   The provisions hereof shall inure to the benefit of and bind the respective successor in
               interest, representatives, or assigns of the Parties hereto; provided, however, that no
               assignment may be made without the prior written consent of the other Party hereto.

         14.   Where SCE experiences excessive maintenance costs resulting from, but not limited to,
               vandalism, SCE may require City to pay for all repairs and maintenance to the TAP
               devices or luminaries to which they are attached.

         15.   City agrees to pay SCE for the calculated energy, administrative and annual charges,
               within thirty (30) days after bill has been submitted to City. SCE shall bill City annually
               for applicable charges in the first quarter of the year for the preceding year’s charges.
               The agreed-upon calculation for the total annual bill is set forth in the TAP Worksheet,
               attached hereto. This total annual bill amount shall be the amount owed by City each
               year during the term of this Agreement, unless and until the number of days or
               quantity of TAP devices is revised upon mutual agreement of the Parties. In the
               event of any mutually agreed-upon revisions, the TAP Worksheet will be updated
               accordingly. City shall notify SCE of any changes that will affect the billing by written
               notice of not less than twenty (20) days prior to an event. SCE will charge the City an
               administrative fee each time changes in billing are required by the City.

         16.   City shall be responsible for removal of all decorations. However, should City fail to
               remove such decorations by 120 days following date of installation of decorations, City
               hereby authorizes SCE to remove such material and agrees to reimburse SCE for such
               removal and storage costs.




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This Agreement is granted to attach illuminated decorations on a periodic basis to SCE-owned
ornamental street light poles upon receipt by SCE of two copies of this Agreement signed by a duly
authorized official of the City of _____________________________________________.

This agreement shall at all times be subject to such changes or modification by the Public Utilities
Commission of the State of California as said Commission may, from time to time, direct in the exercise
of its jurisdiction.

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Agreement has been duly executed on behalf of the Parties.
          CITY:                                           UTILITY:
          THE CITY OF                                     SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON
                                                          COMPANY

          By:                                             By:

          Printed Name: _______________________           Printed Name: _______________________

          Title:                                          Title:

          Date:                                           Date:




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                             SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY

                                 Timed Auxiliary Power (TAP) Adapter
                                    Billing Calculation Worksheet


Section #1 – Annual Events/Days & Number of Installed TAP Devices


Customer                                                           Date:
Customer Accnt #:                                   Service Accnt #:
Annual Events –                      Winter Holidays               # of Days
                                                                   # of Days
                                                                   # of Days
                           Total number of days =                                  (a)
Initial Installation:
    •      Number of Devices installed:                                            (b)
    •      Date devices installed:                                         /   /
Additional Devices Installed
    •      Number of Existing Devices:
    •      Number of Devices installed:
    •      Revised Total of Devices installed:                                     (b)
    •      Date devices installed:                                         /   /
Partial or Full removal of Devices
    •      Total Number of Devices removed:
    •      Date devices removed:                                           /   /
    •      Total Number of Devices after removal:                                  (b)
    •      Account Closed?                                         Y/N


Remarks




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Section #2 - Billing Calculation

Customer                                                                 Date:
Customer Accnt #:                                    Service Accnt #:

Formula

Number of Devices Installed (b)                      X 300 Watts =               divided by
1,000 =                              kWh, X 6 hours =                    kWh X Total Number of days
in Billing (a)               =                Total kWhs (c).

Bill Calculation (2)

TAP Annual Charge of $21.86 X Number of Devices (b)                              =$            +          (I)

Energy Charge at LS-1 Midnight Rate (3)
The Total KWh X Midnight Rate (c)                                                =$            +
.00022 State Tax X Total kWh Charge                                              =$            +          (I)

$65.00 Account set up (or Device quantity adjustment) Fee (1)                    =$            +

                      Total Annual Bill (4)                                      =$
Notes:
      1. If new Devices are added to an existing account or there is a partial removal of devices on an
           existing account, a $65.00 fee is added, set up in billing.
      2. Utility Special Billing verifies current charges and rates in the tariffs before calculating
           billing.
      3. Annual bill may adjust due to the addition of event days, or the addition or removal of
           devices. The Customer is responsible for advising the LS-1-TAP single point of contact of
           any desired changes.
      4. Attach to the “Attachment Agreement for Illuminated Decorations on Ornamental Street Light
           Poles

Billing Calculation Worksheet Acknowledgment

                      Approval For                                       Approval For

The City of                                                     Southern California Edison Company

By:                                                             By:
Title:                                                          Title:
Date:                                                           Date:




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Southern California Edison                                    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45222-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)               Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    19430-E


                                                                                     Sheet 1




                               Business Office Payment Receipt
                                        Form 14-564




(To be inserted by utility)                   Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                           Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                    Vice President              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1C9                                                                     Resolution
                                Business Office Payment Receipt

Name _______________________________________                     Cash Amt Check Amt


Service Address _______________________________      Energy Pymt _______ ________

City ________________________________________          Reconnect _______ ________

Date _________________ Teller’s Init. ____________       Deposit _______ ________

CSS Acct. No. ________________________________       Total Payment _______________
SCE 14-564   REV 10/08   (CW)                              For Office Use Only
Southern California Edison                                 Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45223-E*
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)            Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    41340-E


                                                                                  Sheet 1




                    GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION                           (T)

                                      Form 14-732




(To be inserted by utility)                Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                        Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                 Vice President              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1H9                                                                  Resolution
                                             GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION



Part 1 – Introduction and Overview
A.   Applicability: This Generating Facility Interconnection Application (Application) is used to request the interconnection of a
     Generating Facility to Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Distribution System (over which the California Public Utilities
     Commission (CPUC) has jurisdiction). Refer to SCE’s Rule 21 to determine the specific requirements for interconnecting a
     Generating Facility. Capitalized terms used in this Application, and not otherwise defined herein, shall have the same
     meanings as defined in SCE’s Rule 21 and Rule 1.
     Except as noted in the next paragraph, this Application may be used for any Generating Facility to be operated by, or for, a
     Customer and/or Producer to serve part or all of its electric energy requirements that would otherwise be provided by SCE,
     including “distributed generation”, “cogeneration,” emergency, backup, and standby generation, and Net Energy Metered
     Generating Facilities. A simpler, shorter form is also available from SCE for Net Energy Metered (NEM) Generating
     Facilities with a nameplate rating less than 10kW. While Customers operating Generating Facilities isolated from SCE’s
     Distribution System are not obligated to enter into an Interconnection Agreement with SCE, parts of this Application will still
     need to be completed to satisfy SCE’s notice requirements for operating an isolated Generating Facility as per California
     Health and Safety Code Section 119085 (b).
     This Application may not be used to apply for interconnecting Generating Facilities used to participate in transactions
     where all, or a portion of, the electrical output of the Generating Facility is scheduled with the California Independent
     System Operator. Such transactions are subject to the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
     and require a different application available from SCE.
     This Application is not applicable for incentives and/or rebates offered by the Energy Resources Conservation and
     Development Commission (“CEC”) or the CPUC. Please contact those agencies directly or on their respective websites
     (www.energy.state.ca.us and www.cpuc.ca.gov).
B.   Guidelines and Steps for Interconnection: This Application must be completed and sent to SCE along with the
     additional information indicated in Part 1 Section C below to initiate SCE’s interconnection review of the proposed
     Generating Facility. An Initial Review fee of $800 (payable by check or money order to SCE) must accompany the
     Applications except those Applications for isolated Generating Facilities, Solar and Net Energy Metering Generating
     Facilities. Supplemental Review and Interconnection Study fees may be required for large capacity and/or more complex                (T)
     Generating Facility Interconnections; see SCE’s Rule 21 Section C.1.b. & c. You may also refer to SCE’s Electric Service              |
     Requirements (ESR’s) located on SCE’s website: http://www.sce.com/nrc/aboutsce/regulatory/distributionmanuals/esr.pdf                (T)
     for more information regarding interconnection of a Rule 21 or NEM generator to SCE’s Distribution System.
     This document is only an Application. Upon acceptance, SCE will prepare an Interconnection Agreement for execution by
     the “Producer,” the party that will be responsible for the Generating Facility. SCE may also require an inspection and
     testing of the Generating Facility and installation of any related Interconnection Facilities prior to giving the Producer written
     authorization to operate in parallel. Unauthorized Parallel Operation may be dangerous and may result in injury to
     persons and/or may cause damage to equipment and/or property for which a Producer/Customer may be liable!
     Please note, other approvals may need to be acquired, and/or other agreements may need to be formed with SCE or
     regulatory agencies, such as the Air Quality Management Districts and local governmental building and planning
     commissions prior to operating a Generating Facility. SCE’s authorization to operate in parallel does not satisfy the need
     for an Applicant to acquire such other approvals.
                                                                                                                                          (T)
C.   Required Documents: Two (2) copies of this Application and each of the following documents must be submitted before
     this application will be processed. Drawings must conform to accepted engineering standards and must be legible.
     11”x17” drawings are preferred.
     1.   A Single-line drawing showing the electrical relationship and descriptions of the significant electrical components
          such as the primary switchgear, secondary switchboard, protective relays, transformers, generators, circuit breakers,
          with operating voltages, capacities, and protective functions of the Generating Facility, the Customer’s loads, and the
          interconnection with SCE’s Distribution System. Please show the location of all required net generation electric output
          meters and the A.C. manually operated disconnect devices on the single line drawing.
     2.   Site plans and diagrams showing the physical relationship of the significant electrical components of the Generating
          Facility such as generators, transformers, primary switchgear/secondary switchboard, and control panels, the
          Customer’s loads and the interconnection with SCE’s Distribution System. Please show the location of all required net
          generation electric output meters and the A.C. manually operated disconnect devices on the site plans.
     3.   If transformers are used to interconnect the Generating Facility with SCE’s Distribution System, please provide
          transformer nameplate information (voltages, capacity, winding arrangements, connections, impedance, et cetera).
     4.   If a transfer switch or scheme is used to interconnect the Generating Facility with SCE Distribution System, please
          provide component descriptions, capacity ratings, and a technical description of how the transfer scheme is intended
          to operate.
     5.   If protective relays are used to control the interconnection, provide protection diagrams or elementary drawings
          showing relay wiring and connections, proposed relay settings, and a description of how the protection scheme is
          intended to function.
     6.   An Initial Review fee check or money order in the amount of $ 800, if applicable, made out to SCE referencing the
          electric account number (Part 2. A.) and “Initial Interconnection Review Fee”
                                                                                                                                          (L)




Form 14-732                                                                                                                           1 of 14
Revised 4/2009
                                           GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION




Part 1 Cont’d – Introduction and Overview                                                                                        (N)
                                                                                                                                 (L)
D.   Mailing Instructions, Assistance: When this application has been completed it may be printed and mailed, along with          |
     the required attachments to:                                                                                                 | (T)
                                         1. NEM Projects “10 kW – 1,000 kW” Only                                                  |
                                             Southern California Edison Company                                                   | (T)
                                     Attention: Net Energy Metering Administrator (NEM)                                           | |
                                          2244 Walnut Grove Ave, GO 1, Quad 4 D                                                   | (T)
                                                    Rosemead, CA 91770                                                            |
                                                                                                                                  |
     Alternatively, you may contact SCE for NEM at (626) 302-9680 or FAX to (626) 571-4272 and make arrangements to e-            |
     mail or fax copies of the required information with payment of the required fees to follow. If you have questions or need   (L)
     assistance in completing this application please call.
                                                                                                                                 (N)
                                       2. All Other Distributed Generation Projects (DG)                                          |
                                               Southern California Edison Company                                                 |
                                   Attention: Manger Grid Contract and Rule 21 Development                                        |
                                             2244 Walnut Grove Ave, GO 1, Quad 4 C                                                |
                                                      Rosemead, CA 91770                                                          |
                                                                                                                                  |
     Alternatively, you may contact SCE for DG at (626) 302-9597 or FAX to (626) 302-1152 and make arrangements to e-             |
     mail or fax copies of the required information with payment of the required fees to follow. If you have questions or need   (N)
     assistance in completing this application please call.




Form 14-732                                                                                                                      2 of 14
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                                            GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION




                                GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION

 Part 2 – Identifying the Generating Facility’s Location and Responsible Parties

          Project Name:                      Date Received:            Generating Facility   Application Expiration Date (Refer
                                                                              ID:                   to Part 2, Section E)

                                                      (For SCE Use Only)

NEM Projects Only (Check one):         California Solar Initiative - PBI ________        EPBB ________                            (N)
                                       Self Generation Incentive Program ________                                                  |
                                       CEC - NHSP ________           ERP________                                                  (N)

A.       Customer Electric Account Information (To what electric service will the Generating Facility be
         interconnected for parallel operation with SCE? For aggregated electric accounts (under BG-
         NEM, dairy operations only) provide the primary and all associated accounts/meter information)


      Name shown on SCE service account                       Service Account Number                  Meter Number
                         NOTE: Customer Service account number must match the customer's utility bill account information.               (T)




           Service Account Street Address                  City                State      Zip
Customer Account Contact Information (Who is the customer contact for progress updates and /or additional
information?)


                    Contact Person                                                     Company Name



                 Phone                                        Fax                                      E-mail



                    Mailing Address                                             City                  State           Zip
B.       Project Contact Information (Who is the project contact for this Generating Facility?)


                 Project Contact Person                                                Company Name                                (T)



                 Phone                                        Fax                                      E-mail




                   Mailing Address                                   City             State        Zip
 B.1. Will the Generating Facility be owned by a (third) party other than the name appearing on the SCE
      service account in A. above (please check)? _____ Yes _____No




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                                       GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION




 Part 2 Cont’d – Identifying the Generating Facility’s Location and Responsible Parties

C. 1.    Customer – Generation Facility Interconnection Agreement (GFIA) Information or the
         Customer Generation Agreement (CGA) (applicable to 3rd party owner only) (Please identify,
         if known, the party that will execute the applicable agreement. Not applicable for NEM Applicants
         because SCE and the Customer, not the 3rd party must enter into the NEM Interconnection Agreement


              Person Executing the GFIA/CGA                       Title of Person Executing GFIA/CGA




                     Name of Legal Entity to be entered in signatures section of the GFIA/CGA


C.2.     3rd Party Owner – GF I A Information (Please identify the 3rd party, if known, that will execute the
         GFIA). Not applicable for Net Energy Metering Applicants, because SCE and the Customer, not the
         3rd party must enter into the NEM Interconnection Agreement




                 Person Executing the GFIA                           Title of Person Executing GFIA




                        Name of Legal Entity to be entered in signatures section of the GFIA


D.       Operating Date (What date is this Generating Facility expected to begin operation?)



E.       Expiration Date* (The date the status of this Application is changed to “withdrawn” by SCE?)



* The information submitted in this Application will remain active and valid for a period of 12 months
from the date the Application was accepted by SCE as a “completed” Application. If the project has
not received written authorization to operate in parallel, or reasonable proof the project is going
forward has not been submitted to SCE by that time, the Application will be considered “withdrawn”.
To the extent that the Initial Review, Supplemental Review, or Detailed Interconnection Study fees
have been paid to and the corresponding reviews/study completed by SCE, Applicant will only be
entitled to a return of one-half of the Initial Review fee of $400. All other fees will be forfeited.




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                                               GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION




 Part 2 Cont’d – Identifying the Generating Facility’s Location and Responsible Parties                                                        (T)
F. Estimated Versus Actual Cost Responsibility

     Under Rule 21 Applicants can elect estimated or actual costs for (1) detailed interconnection studies,
     and/or (2) Interconnection Facilities and distribution system modifications. This election must be made at
     the time of application submission. Under both cost options, an estimate is prepared. If the Applicant
     elects the actual cost option, there will be a true up after the completion of the work. If actual costs exceed
     the original estimated amounts, Applicant will be responsible for costs above the estimated amounts.
     Conversely, if actual costs are less than the original estimated amounts, SCE will refund the difference.
     Applicants seeking interconnection under SCE’s Net Energy Metering tariffs are not responsible for Initial
     Review, Supplemental Review and Detailed Interconnection Study fees, nor for distribution system
     modifications’ costs.

     Selection of detailed interconnection study cost responsibility* (Non-NEM only):

     ____ Estimated Cost

     ____ Actual Cost


     Selection of Interconnection Facilities and distribution system modifications’ (if applicable) cost
     responsibility*:

     ____ Estimated Cost

     ____ Actual Cost

     * Note: If no selections are made, estimated cost responsibility will apply.

 Part 3 - Describing the Generating Facility and Host Customer’s Electrical Facilities                                                         (L)

A.        Indicate the operating mode of the Generating Facility                                       operating mode options:                  (L)
(MP&I)
                                                                                                           __1 __2 __3                           |
                                                                                                            (Choose one)                        (L)
                                                                                                                                                (L)
Instructions and Notes                                                                                                                           |
Choose from the following operating mode options:                                                                                                |
                                                                                                                                                 |
1.   Parallel Operation: The Generating Facility will interconnect and operate “in parallel” with SCE’s Distribution System for more than        |
     one (1) second.                                                                                                                             |
                                                                                                                                                 |
2.   Momentary Parallel (MP) Operation: The Generating Facility will interconnect and operate on a “momentary parallel” basis with               |
     SCE’s Distribution System for a duration of one (1) second or less through transfer switches or operating schemes specifically              |
     designed and engineered for such operation.                                                                                                 |
3.   Isolated (I) Operation: The Generating Facility will be “isolated” and prevented from becoming interconnected with SCE’s                    |
     Distribution System through a transfer switch or operating scheme specifically designed and engineered for such operation.                  |
                                                                                                                                                 |
If the answer is operating mode option 1, “parallel operation,” please supply all of the information requested for the Generating Facility.      |
Be sure to supply adequate information including diagrams and written descriptions regarding the protective relays that will be used to          |
detect faults or abnormal operating conditions on SCE’s Distribution System.                                                                     |
                                                                                                                                                 |
If the answer is operating mode option 2, “momentary parallel operation,” only questions A, E and F of this Part 3 and questions A, B, E,
                                                                                                                                                 |
F, I, L, M, N, and S of Part 4 need be answered. Be sure, however, to supply adequate information including diagrams and written                 |
descriptions regarding the switching device or scheme that will be used to limit the parallel operation period to one second or less.
                                                                                                                                                 |
Please also describe the back up or protective device and controls that will trip the Generating Facility should the transfer switch or
                                                                                                                                                 |
scheme not complete the transfer in one second or less.                                                                                          |
If the answer is operating mode option 3, “Isolated Operation,” ,” only questions A, E, and F of this Part 3 and questions A, B, F, and S of     |
Part 4 need be answered. Be sure, however, to supply adequate information including diagrams and written descriptions regarding the              |
isolating switching device or scheme that will be used to prevent the Generating Facility from operating in parallel with SCE’s Distribution     |
System.                                                                                                                                        (L)

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                                             GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION



 Part 3 Cont’d - Describing the Generating Facility and Host Customer’s Electrical Facilities
                                                                                                                                            (L)
B.                 If the Answer to Section A. above was operating mode option 1,                          agreement options:
                   please indicate the type of agreement that is being requested
Parallel                                                                                              __1 __2        __3 __4 __5
                   with this Application. If operating mode option 2 or 3 was
Operation
                   selected, please skip to questions E and F.                                        __6 __7        __8 __9 __10
Applications
Only               If agreement options 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9 10, 11, 12, 13 or 14 to this                 __11 __12 __13 __14                   (T)
                   Section B are chosen, please provide an estimate of the                              (Choose all that apply)
                   maximum kW the Generating Facility is expected to export to
                   SCE’s Distribution System. If SCE determines that the amount
                   of power to be exported is significant in relation to the capacity
                   available on its Distribution System, it may request additional
                   information, including time of delivery or seasonal kW/kWh                                _____________
                   estimates.                                                                                 Maximum kW
Instructions and Notes
Sample agreements are available from SCE for review. Choose from the following fourteen (14) agreement options:
Customer Owned Generating Facility (not NEM-eligible)
1.   A Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement (Non-Export) (Form 14-731) that provides for parallel operation of the
     Generating Facility, but does not provide for exporting power to SCE’s Distribution System.
2.   A Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement (Inadvertent Export) (Form 14-745) that provides for parallel operation of the
     Generating Facility, and the occasional, inadvertent, non-compensated, export of power to SCE’s Distribution System.
3.   A “Qualifying Facility” Power Purchase Agreement that provides for parallel operation of the Generating Facility, and exporting
     power to SCE’s Distribution System for sale to SCE. This option is available only to “Qualifying Facilities” with a total Nameplate
     Capacity of 100 kW or less. See Question F for the definition of a Qualifying Facility. (This type of agreement has not yet been
     developed by SCE or approved by the CPUC. Check with SCE for availability)

Third Party Owned Generating Facility (not NEM-eligible)                                                                                    (L)
                                                                                                                                             |
4.   A “Public Water and Wastewater Agency” power purchase agreement that provides for parallel operation of the Generating                  |
     Facility, and exporting power to SCE’s Distribution System for sale to SCE. This option is available only to SCE customers who own      |
     and operate an “Eligible Renewable Generating Facility as defined in SCE’s Tariff Schedule WATER (“Water Agency Tariff For              |
     Eligible Renewables”) with a total effective generation capacity of not more than 1.5 megawatts (MW). Please indicate the power         |
     sale option and applicable contract that is being requested below:                                                                      |
                                                                                                                                             |
        Feed-In (wherein customer sells all power generated to SCE, and SCE provides all of customer’s energy requirements) (Form            |
         14-733)                                                                                                                             |
                                                                                                                                             |
        Excess sale (wherein customer uses power generated to serve its energy requirements, and sells excess energy to SCE) (Form           |
         14-734)                                                                                                                             |
                                                                                                                                             |
5.   A “California Renewable Energy Small Tariff” power purchase agreement that provides for parallel operation of the Generating            |
     Facility, and exporting power to SCE’s Distribution System for sale to SCE. This option is available only to SCE customers who own      |
     and operate an “Eligible Renewable Generating Facility as defined in SCE’s Tariff Schedule CREST (“California Renewable Energy          |
     Small Tariff”) For Eligible Renewables”) with a total effective generation capacity of not more than 1.5 megawatts (MW). Please         |
     indicate the power sale option and applicable contract that is being requested below:                                                   |
                                                                                                                                             |
        Feed-In (wherein customer sells all power generated to SCE, and SCE provides all of customer’s energy requirements) (Form            |
         14-786)                                                                                                                             |
                                                                                                                                             |
       Excess sale (wherein customer uses power generated to serve its energy requirements, and sells excess energy to SCE) (Form            |
         14-734)                                                                                                                             |
                                                                                                                                             |
6.   A Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement (Non-Export) (Form 14-742) that provides for parallel operation of the                  |
     Generating Facility, but does not provide for exporting power to SCE’s Distribution System.                                             |
7.   A Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement (Inadvertent Export) (form 14-743) that provides for parallel operation of the          |
     Generating Facility, and the occasional, inadvertent, non-compensated, export of power to SCE’s Distribution System.                    |
8.   A “Qualifying Facility” Power Purchase Agreement that provides for parallel operation of the third party owned Generating               |
     Facility, and exporting power to SCE’s Distribution System for sale to SCE. This option is available only to “Qualifying Facilities”    |
     with a total Nameplate Capacity of 100 kW or less. See Question F for the definition of a Qualifying Facility.                          |
9.   A Customer Generation Agreement (Form 14-744) that defines the relationship between SCE and the Customer whose name                     |
     appears on SCE’s Customer Account. This agreement must be executed in addition to agreements 6 and 7.                                  (L)




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                                              GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION




 Part 3 Cont’d- Describing the Generating Facility and Host Customer’s Electrical Facilities
                                                                                                                                               (L)
     Net Energy Metering Generating Facility

10. A Net Energy Metering And Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement (Form 16-344) that provides for parallel operation
    of the Generating Facility, and exporting energy to SCE’s Distribution System for credit under the terms of SCE’s schedule NEM for
    solar and wind Generating Facilities of 1 MW or less.
11. A Biogas Digester Electrical Generating Facility Net Energy Metering And Interconnection Agreement (Form 14-750) that
    provides for parallel operation of the Generating Facility, and exporting energy to SCE’s Distribution System for credit under the
    terms of SCE’s schedule BG-NEM for qualifying bio gas digester Generating Facilities only.
12. A Fuel Cell Electrical Generating Facility Net Energy Metering And Interconnection Agreement (Form 14-755) that provides
    for the parallel operation of the Generating Facility, and exporting energy to SCE’s Distribution System for credit under the terms of
    SCE’s schedule FC-NEM for qualifying fuel cell Generating Facilities only.
13. Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement (Multiple tariff) (Form 14-773) that provides for the parallel operation of a
    Generating Facility that utilizes generators eligible for service under NEM or other applicable NEM tariffs (e.g., NEM, BG-NEM,
     FC-NEM) that are electrically connected behind the same Point of Common Coupling (PCC) with generators not eligible to receive
    service under a NEM tariff.
14.       Other, please describe:_________________________________________________________________________________



C.                 If the answer to Section B above was agreement option 1 or 6,                              protection option:               (L)
Parallel           please indicate the protection option that will be used to prevent                        __1 __2 __3 __4                    |
Operation          energy from being exported to SCE’s Distribution System.                                     (Choose one)                    |
Applications                                                                                                                                    |
Only               If protection option 3 to this Section C is selected, please provide                                                         |
                   the continuous current rating of the host Customer facility’s                                 ____________                   |
                   service entrance equipment (service panel rating):                                                Amps                       |
                                                                                                                                                |
                   If protection option 4 to this Section C is selected, please provide                                                         |
                   the minimum load of the host Customer facility:                                               ____________                   |
                                                                                                                      kW                        |
                                                                                                                                                |
Instructions and Notes                                                                                                                          |
                                                                                                                                                |
Refer to SCE’s Rule 21, Section I.3.b., for additional information as to how to answer this question. If the Generating Facility will never     |
export power to SCE’s Distribution System, a simpler, lower cost, protection scheme may be used to control the interface between the            |
Generating Facility and SCE’s Distribution System. Choose from the following four options:                                                      |
1. A reverse-power protection device will be installed to measure any export of power and trip the Generating Facility or open an               |
    inter-tie breaker to isolate the Generating Facility if limits are exceeded. Note: Please check with SCE before you elect this option.      |
    The required relay sensitivity levels are often difficult to achieve.                                                                       |
2. An under-power protection device will be installed to measure the inflow of power and trip or reduce the output of the Generating            |
    Facility if limits are not maintained.                                                                                                      |
3. The Generating Facility Interconnection Facility equipment has been certified as Non-Islanding and the incidental export of power            |
    will be limited by the design of the interconnection. If this option is to be used, the continuous ampere rating of the service entrance    |
    equipment (service panel rating) that is used by the host Customer facility must be stated in the space provided above.                     |
4. The Gross Nameplate Rating of the Generating Facility will not exceed 50% of the host Customer facility’s minimum electrical load.           |
    If this option is to be used, the minimum load of the host Customer facility must be stated in the space provided above.                    |
                                                                                                                                                |
Note: With the approval of SCE, a Producer that wishes to retain the option to export power from a Generating Facility to SCE’s                 |
     Distribution System may use a different protection scheme that provides for the detection of faults and other abnormal operating           |
     conditions.                                                                                                                               (L)




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                                                GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION




 Part 3 Cont’d – Describing the Generating Facility and Host Customer’s Electrical Facilities
                                                                                                                                                   (L)

D.                  What is the maximum 3-phase fault current that will be contributed by the
                    Generating Facility to a 3-phase fault at the Point of Common Coupling                           ______________
Parallel            (PCC)? (If the Generating Facility is single phase in design, please provide                          Amps
Operation           the contribution for a line-to-line fault.)
Applications
Only                Please indicate the short circuit interrupting rating of the host Customer                        _____________
                    facility’s service panel:                                                                             Amps

Instructions and Notes

Refer to SCE’s Rule 21 Sections D.4.a. (1) and I.3.g. for significance and additional information. To determine this value, any
transformers and/or significant lengths of interconnecting conductor used between each of the Generators (if there are more than one)
that make up the Generating Facility and the PCC must be taken into account. The details, impedance, and arrangement of such
transformers and interconnecting conductors should be shown on the single-line diagram that is provided. Consult an electrical engineer
or the equipment supplier if assistance is needed in answering this question.
It is expected that most Applicants will want to reserve the flexibility to operate any or all of their Generators in parallel. If the design of
the proposed Generating Facility limits the amount of generation that may be interconnected at any time to SCE’s Distribution System,
please describe the assumptions used in calculating the maximum fault current contribution value.


E.       Please indicate how this Generating Facility will be operated.                         __1 __2 __3 __4 __5 _6 _
(MP&I)                                                                                      (Please choose all options that may apply.)

Instructions and Notes

Choose from the following five operation options:

1.   Combined Heat and Power or Cogeneration – Where the operation of the Generating Facility will produce thermal
     energy for a process other than generating electricity.

2.   Peak Shaving/Demand Management – Where the Generating Facility will be operated primarily to reduce electrical
     demands of the host Customer facility during SCE’s “peak pricing periods”.

3.   Primary Power Source – Where the Generating Facility will be used as the primary source of electric power and
     power supplied by SCE to the host Customer’s loads will be required for supplemental, standby, or backup power
     purposes only.

4.   Standby / Emergency / Backup – Where the Generating Facility will normally be operated only when SCE’s electric
     service is not available.

5.   Net Energy Metering – Where the Generating Facility qualifies and receives service under one of SCE’s Net Energy
     Metering tariffs.
6.   Multiple Tariff – Generating Facilities that have a combination of non-Net Energy Metering (non-NEM) generator(s)
     and Net Energy Metering (NEM) generator(s). Select one of the following four options:

          New facility installing non-NEM generator(s) and/or differently tariffed NEM generators at the same time.

          Existing facility with non-NEM generator(s) and planning to add NEM generator(s). Please provide data for the
          table below.

          Existing facility with NEM generator(s) and planning to add non-NEM generator(s). Please provide data for the
          table below.

          Existing facility with NEM generator(s) and planning to add NEM generator(s) under a different NEM tariff.
          Please provide data for the table below.




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 Part 3 Cont’d - Describing the Generating Facility and Host Customer’s Electrical Facilities                                  (N)


F.       Please indicate if Qualifying Facility Status will be obtained from the FERC             __ Yes                         (L)
(MP&I)   for this Generating Facility.                                                            __ No                          (L)


         Instructions and Notes                                                                                                   (L)
                                                                                                                                   |
         Parties operating Generating Facilities complying with all of the requirements for qualification as either a small        |
         power production facility or cogeneration facility pursuant to the regulations of the FERC (18 Code of Federal            |
         Regulations Part 292, Section 292.203 et seq.) implementing the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978            |
         (16 U.S.C.A. Section 796, et seq.), or any successor requirements for “Qualifying Facilities,” may seek                   |
         certification from FERC to have the Generating Facility designated as a Qualifying Facility or “QF.” In                   |
         summary, QFs are Generating Facilities using renewable or alternative fuels as a primary energy source or                 |
         facilities that utilize the thermal energy given off by the generation process for some other useful purpose.             |
         QFs enjoy certain rights and privileges not available to non-QF Generating Facilities.                                    |
                                                                                                                                   |
         QF status is not required to interconnect and operate in parallel with SCE’s Distribution System.                        (L)

G.                                                                                                                               (L)
         Please indicate if Generating Facility will meet the annual Efficiency and               __ Yes
                                                                                                                                  |
         Operating Standards of PUC Code 218.5. (Applicable to Co-Generation                      __ No
                                                                                                                                  |
         only.)                                                                                   __ N/A
                                                                                                                                 (L)




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                                         GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION




 Part 4 – Describe each of the Generators (See Instructions.) Use additional sheets, if necessary.                 (T)

escribe each of the Generators (See Instructions.) Use dditional sheets, if necessary
Instructions
           Generator Information           New               New              Existing               Totals For    (T)
(see Part 4)
                                        Generator        Generator           Generator                  All         |
                                           Type              Type              Type                  Generators    (T)
   #       Please indicate the
           number of each “type” of
           Generator being installed:
                    (See instructions)

     A             Generator/Inverter
                     Manufacturer
   (MP&I)
                       (Name)

     B         Generator/Inverter Model
   (MP&I)         (Name/Number)

    C              Generator/Inverter
                   Software Version
                       (Number)

    D          Is the Generator Certified       __Yes              __Yes               __Yes
                     by a Nationally
                  Recognized Testing             __No               __No                __No
                   Laboratory (NRTL)
                 according to Rule 21?

     E              Generator Type          __Synchronous     __Synchronous       __Synchronous
    (MP)             (Choose One)           __Induction       __Induction         __Induction
                                            __Inverter        __Inverter          __Inverter

     F           Gross Nameplate Rating
   (MP&I)                (kVA)

    G            Gross Nameplate Rating
                         (kW)

    H             Net Nameplate Rating
                         (kW)

     I             Operating Voltage
    (MP)             (Volts or kV)

     J            Power Factor Rating
                         (%)

     K            PF Adjustment Range       Min. ________     Min. _______        Min. _______
                           (%)
                                            Max. ________     Max. _______        Max. _______

     L            Wiring Configuration      __Single-Phase    __Single-Phase      __Single-Phase
    (MP)             (Choose One)           __Three-Phase     __Three-Phase       __Three-Phase

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                                          GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION




Part 4 Cont’d – Describe each of the Generators (See instructions) Use additional sheets if necessary         (T)



          Generator Information             New Generator        New Generator        Existing Generator      (T)
                                                Type                 Type                    Type
 (MP)


  M              3-Phase Winding           __3 Wire Delta       __3 Wire Delta       __3 Wire Delta
 (MP)
                   Configuration           __3 Wire Wye         __3 Wire Wye         __3 Wire Wye
                  (Choose One)             __4 Wire Wye         __4 Wire Wye         __4 Wire Wye

  N              Neutral Grounding         __Ungrounded         __Ungrounded         __Ungrounded
                   System Used
                                           __Solidly Grounded   __Solidly Grounded   __Solidly Grounded
                  (Choose One)
                                           __Ground Resistor    __Ground Resistor    __Ground Resistor
                                           ________ Ohms        ________ Ohms        ________ Ohms

  O               For Synchronous
                  Generators Only:
              Synchronous Reactance:        _______ (Xd %)       _______ (Xd %)         _______ (Xd %)

                  Transient Reactance:      _______(X’d %)       _______(X’d %)         _______(X’d %)

              Subtransient Reactance:       _______(X”d %)       _______(X”d %)         _______(X”d %)
           For Induction Generators
  P
                     Only:
                Locked Rotor Current:       _____________        _____________          _____________
                                                (Amps)               (Amps)                 (Amps)
          OR
                                            __________(%)        __________(%)          __________(%)
                     Stator Resistance:
                                            __________(%)        __________(%)          __________(%)
          Stator Leakage Reactance:         __________(%)        __________(%)          __________(%)
                   Rotor Resistance:        __________(%)        __________(%)          __________(%)
          Rotor Leakage Reactance:

  Q         Short Circuit Current
           Produced by Generator:            ___________          ___________            ___________
                                                (Amps)               (Amps)                 (Amps)

  R       For Generators that are            ___________          ___________            ___________
          Started as a “Motor” Only:            (Amps)               (Amps)                 (Amps)
               1. In-Rush Current
           Host Customer’s Service           ___________          ___________            ___________
            Entrance Panel (Main                (Amps)               (Amps)                 (Amps)
          Panel) Continuous Current
                    Rating
  S          Prime Mover Type:              1 2 3 4 5 6          1 2 3 4 5 6           1 2 3 4 5 6
 (MP&I)
                 (Circle One)               7 8 9 10 11          7 8 9 10 11           7 8 9 10 11
                                            12 13 14 15          12 13 14 15           12 13 14 15


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                                      GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION




                                                                                                                        (L)
 Instructions for Part 4 – Describing the Generators
      Generator Information                          Instructions and Comments
                                Please provide the following information for each Generator “type”. Be
 #    Please indicate the       sure all Generators classified as one “type” are identical in all
      number of each “type” of respects. If only one type of Generator is to be used, only one column
      Generator being
                                needs to be completed. Please be sure the information in the “Totals”
      installed:                column is correct and reflects the total number of Generator units to be
                                installed.
 A        Generator/Inverter       Enter the brand name of the Generator.
            Manufacturer

 B        Generator/Inverter       Enter the model name or number assigned by the manufacturer of the
               Model               Generator.

 C        Generator/Inverter       If this Generator’s control and or protective functions are dependent on
          Software Version         a “software” program supplied by the manufacturer of the equipment,
                                   please provide the version or release number for the software that will
                                   be used.

 D        Is the Generator         Answer “Yes” only if the Generator manufacturer can or has provided
       Certified by a Nationally   certification data. See SCE’s Rule 21, Section J for additional
         Recognized Testing        information regarding Generator certification.
         Laboratory (NRTL)
        according to Rule 21?

 E         Generator Design        Please indicate the designated type of each Generator. Designate
                                   “Inverter” anytime an inverter is used as the interface between the
                                   Generator and the electric system regardless of the primary power
                                   production/storage device used.

  F    Gross Nameplate Rating      This is the capacity value normally supplied by the manufacturer and
               (kVA)               stamped on the Generator’s “nameplate”. This value is not required
                                   where the manufacturer provides only a “kW” rating. However, where
                                   both kVA and kW values are available, please indicate both.

 G     Gross Nameplate Rating      This is the capacity value normally supplied by the manufacturer and
               (kW)                stamped on the Generator’s “nameplate”. This value is not required
                                   where the manufacturer provides only a “kVA” rating. However, where
                                   both kVA and kW values are available, please indicate both.

 H      Net Nameplate Rating       This capacity value is determined by subtracting the “Auxiliary” or
               (kW)                “Station Service” loads used to operate the Generator or Generating
                                   Facility. Applicants are not required to supply this value but, if it is not
                                   supplied, applicable Standby Charges may be based on the higher
                                   “gross” values.

  I       Operating Voltage        This value should be the voltage rating designated by the
                                   manufacturer and used in this Generating Facility.
                                   Please indicate phase-to-phase voltages for 3-phase installations.
                                   See SCE’s Rule 21, Section D.2.b. for additional information.

  J      Power Factor Rating       This value should be the nominal power factor rating designated by
                                   the manufacturer for the Generator. See SCE’s Rule 21, Section
                                   D.2.i. for additional information.

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                                    GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION




 Instructions for Part 4 Cont’d – Describing the Generators
       Generator Information                       Instructions and Comments

 K      PF Adjustment Range      Where the power factor of the Generator is adjustable, please indicate
                                 the maximum and minimum operating values.
                                 See SCE’s Rule 21, Section D.2.i.

  L      Wiring Configuration    Please indicate whether the Generator is a single-phase or three-
                                 phase device. See SCE’s Rule 21, Section D.3.

 M         3-Phase Winding       For three-phase generating units, please indicate the configuration of
             Configuration       the Generator’s windings or inverter systems.

 N        Neutral Grounding      Wye connected generating units are often grounded – either through a
                                 resistor or directly, depending upon the nature of the electrical system
                                 to which the Generator is connected. If the grounding method used at
                                 this facility is not listed, please attach additional descriptive
                                 information.

 O         For Synchronous       If the Generator is of a “synchronous” design, please provide the
           Generators Only:      synchronous reactance, transient reactance, and subtransient
                                 reactance values supplied by the manufacturer. This information is
                                 necessary to determine the short circuit contribution of the Generator
                                 and as data in load flow and short circuit computer models of SCE’s
                                 Distribution System. If the Generator’s Gross Nameplate Capacity is
                                 10 MW or greater, SCE may request additional data to better model
                                 the nature and behavior of the Generator with relation to its
                                 Distribution System.

 P          For Induction        If the Generator is of an “induction” design, please provide the “locked
           Generators Only:      rotor current” value supplied by the manufacturer. If this value is not
                                 available, the stator resistance, stator leakage reactance, rotor
                                 resistance, rotor leakage reactance values supplied by the
                                 manufacturer may be used to determine the locked rotor current. If
                                 the Generator’s Gross Nameplate Capacity is 10 MW or greater, SCE
                                 may request additional data to better model the nature and behavior of
                                 the Generator with relation to its Distribution System.
       For Generators that are   This information is needed only for Generators that are started by
 Q
       Started as a “Motor”      “motoring” the generator.
       Only:                     See SCE’s Rule 21, Section I.3.e. for significance and additional
       1. In-Rush Current        information.
                                 If this question was answered in Part 3, question C of this Application,
       2. Host Customer’s        it need not be answered here.
          Service Entrance
          Panel (Main Panel)
          Continuous Current
          Rating

 R      Short Circuit Current    Please indicate the current each Generator can supply to a three-
       Produced by Generator     phase fault across its output terminals. For single phase Generators,
                                 please supply the phase-to-phase fault current.



Form 14-732                                                                                                 13 of 14
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                                    GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION APPLICATION




 Instructions for Part 4 Cont’d – Describing the Generators
      Generator Information      Instructions and Comments


 S     For Generators that are   This information is needed only for Generators that are started by
       Started as a “Motor”      “motoring” the generator.
       Only:
       1. In-Rush Current        See SCE’s Rule 21, Section I.3.e. for significance and additional
                                 information.
      2. Host Customer’s
         Service Entrance        If this question was answered in Part 3, question C of this Application,
         Panel (Main Panel)      it need not be answered here.
         Continuous Current
         Rating




  T       Prime Mover Type       Please indicate the type and fuel used as the “prime mover” or source
                                 of energy for the Generator.
                                 1 = Internal Combustion Engine – Natural Gas Fueled
                                 2 = Internal Combustion Engine – Diesel Fueled
                                 3 = Internal Combustion Engine - Other Fuel
                                 4 = Microturbine– Natural Gas Fueled
                                 5 = Microturbine – Other Fuel
                                 6 = Combustion Turbine Natural Gas Fueled
                                 7 = Combustion Turbine - Other Fuel
                                 8 = Steam Turbine
                                 9 = Photovoltaic Panels
                                 10 = Solar-thermal engine
                                 11 = Fuel Cell– Natural Gas Fueled
                                 12 = Fuel Cell– Other Fuel
                                 13 = Hydroelectric Turbine
                                 14 = Wind Turbine
                                 15 = Other (please describe)




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Southern California Edison                                 Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45224-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)            Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    41861-E**


                                                                                  Sheet 1




                                DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM

                                      Form 14-741




                                          (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                        Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                 Vice President              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1H8                                                                  Resolution
                                    DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM AGREEMENT
                       BETWEEN CUSTOMER AND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY (SCE)

This Demand Bidding Program Agreement (Agreement) is between             (Customer) and Southern California
Edison Company (SCE) (collectively, the Parties) and shall establish the terms and conditions for Customer
electing to receive service under Schedule Demand Bidding Program (DBP). Customer shall receive service
consistent with all terms and provisions of Schedule DBP and Customer’s “Otherwise Applicable Rate
Schedule” as applicable.
This is a filed form tariff agreement authorized by the California Public Utilities Commission (Commission). No
officer, inspector, solicitor, agent, or employee of SCE has any authority to waive, alter, or amend any part of
this Agreement except as provided herein or as authorized by the Commission. This Agreement supplements
the terms and conditions of Customer’s electric service provided under Customer’s Otherwise Applicable Rate
Schedule and under SCE’s Commission-approved tariffs.
Customer understands and agrees to the following conditions, in accordance with Schedule DBP:

1.      For the term of this Agreement, Customer shall receive service in accordance with Schedule DBP and
        Customer’s Otherwise Applicable Rate Schedule filed with the Commission, as such schedules now
        exist or may hereafter be amended or superseded. If the Commission approves any modification to
        Schedule DBP, any such modification shall be incorporated herein and this Agreement will continue in
        full force and effect as to Schedule DBP as so modified, unless and until SCE and Customer execute
        a new agreement or unless and until SCE or Customer terminates this Agreement within thirty
        (30) days of such modification and SCE has had a reasonable opportunity to act on such termination.
2.      Schedule DBP is in effect until modified or terminated by the Commission. Customer understands that
        Schedule DBP is a voluntary program whereby Customer will receive a discount in the form of a credit
        on its bill during a specified DBP Event for which Customer reduces its energy usage within the
        program guidelines.
3.      Individual Customer Account Participants:

        a.      Customer’s Customer Specific Energy Baseline (CSEB) shall be determined in accordance
                with Special Condition 7.b of Schedule DBP.
        b.      Customer’s Energy Bid for each hour of a DBP Event shall be at least 30 kW, as determined
                in accordance Special Condition 7.a of Schedule DBP.

4.      Aggregated Group Account Participants:
        a.      Customer’s Aggregated Group Energy Baseline (AGEB) shall be determined in accordance
                with Special Condition 8.d of Schedule DBP.
        b.      Customer’s Aggregated Group Energy Bid for each hour of a DBP Event shall be at least
                100 kW in accordance with Special Condition 8.b of Schedule DBP.
        c.      Customer’s formation of an Aggregated Group is an option to customers who have multiple
                service accounts, as defined as having the same SCE Customer Number, all of which must be
                within SCE’s service territory, who choose to form an Aggregated Group consisting of up to
                25 service accounts for the purpose of participating on Schedule DBP as one Aggregated
                Group. An Aggregated Group must assign a Designated Lead Account (DLA). The DLA must
                have a demand level of at least 200 kW and must be designated as the account herein and in
                Attachment A, along with all qualifying Aggregated Group accounts, which may be less than
                200 kW. The DLA will receive all DBP notifications and will receive all bill credits for the entire
                Aggregated Group of accounts.
5.      Customer and/or Customer’s Aggregated Group accounts may be eligible to participate in other
        specifically approved demand response programs at the same time as the DBP, although load can
        only be committed to one demand response program for any given hour of a curtailment event and
        Customer and/or Customer’s Aggregated Group accounts will receive payment under only one
        program for a given load reduction. Special Condition 9 of Schedule DBP and other applicable rate
        schedules provide additional details on how the various demand response programs interact to ensure
        against double counting of load curtailment and double recovery of incentives. Customers and/or
        Customer’s Aggregated Group accounts participating in more than one demand response program are
        required to inform SCE in writing of all such programs.




                                                                    1
      14-741
      Revised 04/2009
                               DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM AGREEMENT
                  BETWEEN CUSTOMER AND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY (SCE)

6.        SCE reserves the right to notify Customer to confirm their bid amount and clarify possible errors and to
          remove Customer from Schedule DBP if Customer is non-compliant with the terms and conditions of
          Schedule DBP or this Agreement.

7.        The DBP program is available until modified or cancelled by the Commission. Customer’s
          participation in this tariff will be in accordance with Rule 12. Subject to Applicant’s minimum time
          requirements for participating on this rate, Applicant may terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30)
          days’ written notice. Termination of the Agreement will become effective with the first regular billing
          cycle following the thirty-day notice period. SCE may terminate the service agreement at any time
          after giving a thirty-day written notice to terminate.

8.        This Agreement shall at all times be subject to such changes or modifications by the Commission as
          said Commission may, from time to time, direct in the exercise of its jurisdiction. Any changes or
          modifications to Customer Notification Information set forth herein must be in writing.

In witness whereof, the Parties have caused this Agreement to be executed by their duly authorized agents to
be effective on the date of SCE’s signature below, provided all necessary Interval Metering equipment is
installed and ready for operation.



Signature of Customer                                   Date           Signature of Director or Vice President            Date   (T)
or Authorized Company Representative


Printed Name of Customer or Company Representative                     Printed Name of Director or Vice President                (T)


Title                                                                  Title

                                                                       Southern California Edison
Customer or Company Name                                               Company Name

SCE Customer Number:           1-

CUSTOMER ACCOUNT INFORMATION (Individual or Designated Lead Account):


     Service Account Number                        Service Account Address                            Rate Schedule



3-


ACCOUNT NOTIFICATION INFORMATION:

Primary Notification Information               Primary Telephone:
                                               Additional Telephone:
                                               Additional Telephone:
Other Courtesy Notification Information        Fax:
                                               Pager:*
                                               E-Mail:

*NOTE: The notification system can only accept alphanumeric pagers in the proper format, 1234567890@yourcompanyname.com




14-741                                                             2
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                                                  ATTACHMENT A

                  AGGREGATED GROUP ACCOUNT DECLARATION AND ACCOUNT INFORMATION

   Each Aggregated Group must have a Designated Lead Account (DLA) and the DLA must have a demand
   level of at least 200 kW. The DLA must remain eligible for service on Schedule DBP at all times.
   Aggregated accounts otherwise applicable tariff (OAT) must qualify for service on Schedule DBP at all
   times. Aggregated accounts must have Interval Metering in place prior to receiving service on Schedule
   DBP, and Aggregated accounts must have the same SCE Customer Number as the DLA and must be
   within SCE’s service territory. Refer to Special Condition 6 of Schedule DBP for additional program
   requirements. An Aggregated Group’s DLA will oversee all activities for the group including event
   notification and receipt of DBP credits for the entire Aggregated Group of accounts.

   I hereby state that I am the      (title) of      (Company), and am authorized to make this declaration
   on behalf of my Company at the following location for the accounts listed below.


                                                                             _____
   (Signature of Customer or Authorized Customer Representative)             (Date)

                                                                             _____
   (Print Name of Customer or Authorized Customer Representative)            (Date)



   Address
   City
   State                                             Zip
   SCE Customer Number                       1-

 DESIGNATED LEAD SERVICE ACCOUNT INFORMATION


          DLA Service          DLA Service Account Address                  DLA Rate Schedule
        Account Number
   3-




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         ADDITIONAL SERVICE ACCOUNTS TO BE INCLUDED IN AGGREGATED GROUP:

Service Account Number                Service Account Address              Rate Schedule




       14-741                                    A-2
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Southern California Edison                                  Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45225-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)             Cancelling   Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    31680-E


                                                                                    Sheet 1




                          MEDICAL BASELINE ALLOWANCE APPLICATION
                                         Form 14-746




(To be inserted by utility)                  Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                          Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                   Vice President              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1H9                                                                    Resolution
                    MEDICAL BASELINE ALLOWANCE APPLICATION
                        (Used for Medical Baseline Enrollment and Re-Certification)

PART 1: TO BE COMPLETED BY CUSTOMER (please print)

SCE Customer Account No: ____________________________________
Customer Name (as it appears on your bill):______________________________________________________                            (T)
Medical Baseline resident’s name (if different): ____________________________________________________
Service Address: ____________________________________________________________________________

Customer Mailing Address (if different): _________________________________________________________
Home Phone (____)_________________________ Work Phone (____)________________________________


For Customers Billed by Someone Other Than SCE:
Name of Mobile Home or Apartment Complex: ____________________________________________________
Complex Address: __________________________________________________________________________
Complex Manager’s Name: ____________________________ Complex Phone ( ___ ) __________________                                (T)
Name of Tenant:_________________________________ Tenant’s Phone ( ___ ) ____________________                                 (T)

I understand that:

1. If the doctor certifies the resident’s medical condition is permanent, SCE will require completion of a form self-
    certifying continued resident’s eligibility for Medical Baseline every two years.

2. If the doctor certifies the resident’s medical condition is not permanent, SCE will require completion of a form
    self-certifying continued resident’s eligibility for Medical Baseline each year and completion of a new application
    with a doctor’s certification every two years.

3. If the resident has a vision disability, I may contact SCE to request special notification when either re-certification
    (to complete a new application with a doctor’s certification) or self-certification forms are mailed.

4. SCE cannot guarantee uninterrupted gas and electric service and I am responsible for making alternate
    arrangements in the event of a gas or electric outage.


I certify that the above information is correct. I also certify that the Medical Baseline resident lives full-time at this
address, and requires or continues to require the Medical Baseline Allowance. I agree to allow SCE to verify this
information. I also agree to promptly notify SCE if the qualified resident moves or Medical Baseline Allowance
is no longer needed by the resident.


Customer Signature __________________________________________ Date _________________                                         (T)


The Standard Medical Baseline Allowance is 16.5 kilowatt-hours of electricity per day, which is in addition to
your daily standard Baseline Allocation. If this allowance does not meet your medical needs, please contact SCE
at 1-800-447-6620 to discuss additional amounts.




  Form No. 14-746                                        1
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PART 2: TO BE COMPLETED BY A LICENSED MEDICAL DOCTOR (M.D.) OR DOCTOR OF
OSTEOPATHY (D.O.)

I certify that the medical condition and needs of my patient (please print):
_______________________________________________________________________________
          Last Name                                First Name

1. Requires use of a life-support device*         Yes_____ No_____ (check one)

The following life-support device(s) is/are used in the above named patient’s home:
Device: __________________________________
Device: __________________________________
Device: __________________________________
*A qualifying life-support device is any medical device used to sustain life or is relied upon for mobility. This device
must run on electricity supplied by SCE. It includes, but is not limited to, respirators (oxygen concentrators), iron
lungs, hemodialysis machines, suction machines, electric nerve stimulators, pressure pads and pumps, aerosol tents,
electrostatic and ultrasonic nebulizers, compressors, IPPB machines, kidney dialysis machines, and motorized
wheelchairs. Devices used for therapy rather than life-support do not qualify.


2. Requires heating and cooling:

Standard Medical Baseline Allowances are available for heating and/or cooling if patient is Paraplegic, Quadriplegic,
Hemiplegic, has Multiple Sclerosis or Scleroderma. Standard Medical Baseline Allowances are also available if patient
has a compromised immune system, life threatening illness, or any other condition for which additional heating or
cooling is medically necessary to sustain the person’s life or prevent deterioration of the person’s medical
condition.

         Requires Standard Medical Baseline Allowance for heating:          Yes___ No___ (check one)

         Requires Standard Medical Baseline Allowance for cooling:          Yes___ No___ (check one)

3. I certify that the life support device(s) and/or additional heating or cooling will be required for
   approximately:           [ ] No. of Years or [ ] Permanently (complete one)

4. How long can the patient survive without using life support equipment?
                         [ ] 2 hours or less     [ ] more than 2 hours (check one)
Doctor’s Name:___________________________________________ Phone No. (_______) _________________                            (T)
Office Address:_______________________________________________________________________________                              |
MD/DO California State License or Military License Number:__________________________________________                        |
Signature of Doctor:_______________________________________________ Date: ______________________                           (T)

FOR SCE USE ONLY Date Received: ______________
Medical Baseline Allocation: ______ Electric unit(s)
Re-certification: ( ) Self-certify every 2 years     ( ) Self-certify annually; Doctor’s certification every 2
years

                           Mail application to:       Southern California Edison Company
                                                             Medical Baseline Department
                                                             P.O. BOX 9527                                                 (T)
                                                             Azusa, CA 91702-9954                                          (T)




  Form No. 14-746                                       2
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Southern California Edison                                Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45226-E*
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)           Cancelling   Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    41334-E*


                                                                                  Sheet 1




                    GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION AGREEMENT
                                      Multiple Tariff                                         (T)

                                     Form 14-773




                                         (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)               Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                       Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                Vice President               Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1H9                                                                  Resolution
                                             GENERATING FACILITY INTERCONNECTION AGREEMENT
                                                               Multiple Tariffs




This Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement (Multiple Tariff) (“Agreement”) is entered into by
and between (Enter customer name) ___________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________ a _____________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________ corporation
(Please verify corporate name and indicate state of incorporation) (“Producer”), and Southern
California Edison Company (“SCE”), a California corporation. Producer and SCE are sometimes also
referred to in this Agreement jointly as “Parties” or individually as “Party.” In consideration of the
mutual promises and obligations stated in this Agreement and its Appendices, the Parties agree as
follows:
1.       SCOPE AND PURPOSE
         1.1 This Agreement provides for Producer to interconnect and operate a Generating Facility
                in parallel with SCE’s Distribution System to serve the electrical loads at the location
                identified in Section 2.4 (or for the qualifying energy where permitted under Section 218
                of the California Public Utilities Code (“PUC”). The Generating Facility may consist of     (T)
                any combination of (a) generator(s) for which Producer qualifies as an “eligible
                customer-generator” for net energy metering service pursuant to PUC Sections 2827
                through 2827.10 (“Eligible Generator(s)”), and (b) other generator(s) (“Non-Eligible
                Generator(s)”). Pursuant to PUC Sections 2827 through 2827.10, an Eligible Generator
                can employ any of the following technologies: solar, wind turbine, biogas digester or
                fuel cell.
         1.2 This Agreement provides for Producer to operate the Eligible Generator(s) pursuant to
                the provisions of Section 2827 of the California Public Utilities Code and the applicable
                SCE tariffs for net energy metering. This Agreement also provides for Producer to
                operate its Non-Eligible Generator(s). This Agreement does not provide for retail
                electrical service by SCE to Producer. Such arrangements must be made separately
                between SCE and Producer.
          1.3 This Agreement does not address Producer’s account billing and payment for energy
              consumption. For the Generating Facility as specified in Section 2 of this Agreement,
              please refer to the applicable SCE net-energy-metered (NEM) tariff schedules for billing
              and payment protocol.

2.        SUMMARY AND DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCER’S GENERATING FACILITY
          2.1    A description of the Generating Facility, including a summary of its significant
                 components and a single-line diagram showing the arrangement of how Producer’s
                 Generating Facility and loads are interconnected with SCE’s Distribution System are
                 attached hereto as Appendix A and incorporated herein by reference.
          2.2    Generating Facility identification number:                        (Assigned by SCE).
          2.3    Producer’s SCE service account number:                            (Assigned by SCE).
          2.4    Name and address used by SCE to locate the electric service account(s) used to
                 interconnect the Generating Facility with SCE’s Distribution System.
                             Name:
                             __________________________________________________________
                             Address:
                             __________________________________________________________
                             City: ________________________________________CA 9__________




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         2.5   The Gross Nameplate Rating of the Generating Facility is:
               2.5.1   Eligible Generator(s):
                       Solar: _____ kW
                       Wind: _____ kW
                       Biogas Digester: _____ kW
                       Fuel Cell _____ kW
               2.5.2   Non-Eligible Generator(s): _____ kW
               2.5.3   Total Gross Nameplate Rating of the Generating Facility: _____ kW


         2.6   The Net Nameplate Rating of the Generating Facility is:
               2.6.1   Eligible Generator(s):
                       Solar: _____ kW
                       Wind: _____ kW
                       Biogas Digester: _____ kW
                       Fuel Cell _____ kW
               2.6.2   Non-Eligible Generator(s): _____ kW
               2.6.3   Total NET Nameplate Rating of the Generating Facility: _____ kW


         2.7   The maximum level of power that may be exported by the Generating Facility to
               SCE’s Distribution System is expected to be:
               2.7.1   Eligible Generator(s):
                       Solar: _____ kW
                       Wind: _____ kW
                       Biogas Digester: _____ kW
                       Fuel Cell _____ kW
               2.7.2   Non-Eligible Generator(s): _____ kW
               2.7.3   Total maximum level of power that may be exported by the Generating
                       Facility: _____ kW




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          2.8    The Generating Facility’s expected date of Parallel Operation is ___________. The
                 expected date of Parallel Operation shall be within two years of the date of this
                 Agreement.
          2.9    For the purpose of securing certain tariff charge exemptions available under the
                 California Public Utilities Code, Producer hereby represents that each of the following
                 of its Generator(s) meet the requirements for “Distributed Energy Resource
                 Generation” as such term is used in Section 353.1 of the Public Utilities Code.
                 (Please elect option)
                 Solar - ___ YES / ___ NO
                 Wind Turbine - ___ YES / ___ NO
                 Biogas Digester - ___ YES / ___ NO
                 Fuel Cell - ___ YES / ___ NO
                 Other technology - ___ YES / ___ NO
          2.10   For the purpose of securing the CTC exemption.
          2.11   What applicable rate schedule, known as the “otherwise applicable tariff” will be
                 selected for the net energy metering (NEM) account(s):
3.        DOCUMENTS INCLUDED; DEFINED TERMS

          3.1    This Agreement includes the following exhibits, which are specifically incorporated
                 herein and made a part of this Agreement.
                 Appendix A -    Description of Generating Facility and Single-Line Diagram (Supplied
                                 by Producer).

                 Appendix B -    Information concerning Rules 2 and 21 and other selected rules and
                                 tariffs of SCE (Supplied by SCE).

                 Appendix C -    (When Applicable) A copy of an agreement addressing
                                 Interconnection Facility financing and ownership (Supplied by SCE).
                                                                                                           (D)
                 Appendix D -    (When Applicable) Producer’s warranty that the Generating Facility        (T)
                                 meets the requirements for “Distributed Energy Resources
                                 Generation” as defined in Section 353.1 of the California Public
                                 Utilities Code.
                 Appendix E -    (When Applicable) Listing of eligible service accounts, as defined in     (T)
                                 SCE’s Schedule BG-NEM Special Condition 2, to be included in Net
                                 Energy Metering calculations.
                 Appendix F -    (When Applicable) Producer’s warranty that it meets the requirements      (T)
                                 for an “Eligible Biogas Digester customer-generator” and that the
                                 Generating Facility meets the requirements for an “Eligible Biogas
                                 Digester Electrical Generating Facility,” both as defined in Section
                                 2827.9 of the California Public Utilities Code.
          3.2    When initially capitalized, whether in the singular or in the plural, the terms used
                 herein shall have the meanings assigned to them either in this Agreement or in SCE’s
                 Rule 1 or Rule 21, Section H. If any term is defined in both Rule 1 and Rule 21, the
                 definition in Rule 21 shall prevail.




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4.        TERM AND TERMINATION
          4.1   This Agreement shall become effective as of the last date entered in Section 16 of
                this Agreement. This Agreement shall continue in full force and effect until the
                earliest date that one of the following events occurs:
                (a)     The Parties agree in writing to terminate the Agreement; or
                (b)     Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Parties, at 12:01 A.M. on the day
                        following the date the electric service account through which Producer’s
                        Generating Facility is interconnected to SCE’s Distribution System is closed
                        or terminated; or
                (c)     At 12:01 A.M. on the 61st day after Producer or SCE provides written Notice
                        pursuant to Section 9 of this Agreement to the other Party of Producer’s or
                        SCE’s intent to terminate this Agreement.
          4.2   Producer may elect to terminate this Agreement for any reason pursuant to the terms
                of Section 4.1(c). SCE may elect to terminate this Agreement pursuant to the terms
                of Section 4.1(c) for one or more of the following reasons:
                (a)     A change in applicable tariffs as approved or directed by the California Public
                        Utilities Commission (“Commission”), or a change in any local, state or
                        federal law, statute or regulation, either of which materially alters or otherwise
                        affects SCE’s ability or obligation to perform SCE’s duties under this
                        Agreement; or
                (b)     Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Parties, Producer fails to take all
                        corrective actions specified in SCE’s Notice, within the time frame set forth in
                        such Notice, that Producer’s Generating Facility is out of compliance with the
                        terms of this Agreement; or
                (c)     Producer fails to interconnect and operate the Generating Facility per the
                        terms of this Agreement within 120 days of the date of Parallel Operation as
                        set forth in Section 2.7 of this Agreement; or
                        Producer abandons the Generating Facility. SCE shall deem the Generating
                        Facility to be abandoned if (i) SCE determines, in its sole opinion, that the
                        Generating Facility is non-operational, (ii) SCE provides Producer with Notice
                        of its intent to terminate this Agreement as a result of Producer’s apparent
                        abandonment of the Generating Facility, and (iii) Producer does not respond
                        by affirming Producer’s intent and ability to continue to operate the
                        Generating Facility.
                (e)     Producer makes a change to the physical configuration of the Generating
                        Facility, as declared in Section 2 and Appendix A of this Agreement.
          4.3   Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Agreement, SCE shall have the right to
                unilaterally file with the Commission, pursuant to the Commission’s rules and
                regulations, an application to terminate this Agreement.
          4.4   Any agreements attached to and incorporated into this Agreement shall terminate
                concurrently with this Agreement unless the Parties have agreed otherwise in writing.




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5.       GENERATING FACILITY OPERATING REQUIREMENTS
         5.1   Producer is responsible for operating the Generating Facility in compliance with all
               of SCE’s tariffs, including but not limited to SCE’s Rule 21, and any other
               regulations and laws governing the interconnection of the Generating Facility.
         5.2   Unless otherwise agreed upon in writing by the Parties, this Agreement does not
               provide for, nor otherwise require SCE to purchase, transmit, distribute, or store the
               electrical energy produced by Producer’s Generating Facility.
         5.3   Except for that energy delivered to SCE through net energy metering, the electric
               power produced by Producer’s Generating Facility shall be used solely to serve
               electrical loads connected to the electric service account that SCE uses to
               interconnect Producer’s Generating Facility. Producer shall not use the Generating
               Facility to serve electrical loads that will cause Producer to be considered an
               “electrical corporation” as such term is used in Section 218 of the Public Utilities
               Code.
         5.4   Producer shall: (a) maintain the Generating Facility and Interconnection Facilities in
               a safe and prudent manner and in conformance with all applicable laws and
               regulations including, but not limited to, Section 5.1, and (b) obtain any
               governmental authorizations and permits required for the construction and operation
               of the Generating Facility and Interconnection Facilities. Producer shall reimburse
               SCE for any and all losses, damages, claims, penalties, or liability it incurs as a
               result of Producer’s failure to obtain or maintain any governmental authorizations
               and permits required for construction and operation of Producer’s Generating
               Facility.
         5.5   Producer shall not commence parallel operation of the Generating Facility until SCE
               has provided express written approval. Such approval shall normally be provided
               per the timelines established by the applicable Public Utilities Code 2827 Section, or
               by Rule 21. Such approval will be provided after SCE’s receipt of: (1) a completed
               Generating Facility Interconnection Application (Form 14-732) including all
               supporting documents and payments as described in the Application; (2) any
               required NEM supplemental application forms; (3) a signed and completed
               Agreement; (4) a copy of Producer’s final inspection clearance from the
               governmental authority having jurisdiction over the Generating Facility; and (5)
               submission of all applicable payments for reviews, studies, Interconnection
               Facilities, and Distribution System Modifications. Such approval will not be
               unreasonably withheld. SCE shall have the right to have representatives present at
               the Commissioning Test as defined in Rule 21. Producer shall notify SCE at least
               five (5) days prior to initial testing.
         5.6   In no event shall the delivery of the maximum electric power to SCE’s Distribution
               System exceed the amount or other limitations specified in Section 2 and Appendix
               A of this Agreement. If Producer does not regulate its Generating Facility in
               compliance with the limitations set forth in this Agreement, SCE may require
               Producer to disconnect its Generating Facility from SCE’s Distribution System until
               Producer demonstrates to SCE’s sole satisfaction that Producer has taken
               adequate measures to regulate the output of its Generating Facility and control its
               deliveries of electric power to SCE. Further, should SCE determine that Producer’s
               operation of the Generating Facility is causing an unsafe condition or is adversely
               affecting SCE’s ability to utilize its Distribution System in any manner, even if
               Producer’s deliveries of electric power to SCE’s Distribution system are within the
               limitations specified in this Agreement, SCE may require Producer to temporarily or
               permanently reduce or cease deliveries of electric power to SCE’s Distribution
               System. Producer’s failure to comply with the terms of this Section shall constitute
               a material breach of this Agreement and SCE may initiate termination in accordance
               with the terms of Section 4.2(b).




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         5.7     Producer shall not deliver reactive power to SCE’s Distribution System unless the
                 Parties have agreed otherwise in writing.
         5.8     The Generating Facility shall be operated with all of the Producer’s Protective
                 Functions in service whenever the Generating Facility is operated in parallel with
                 SCE’s Distribution System. Any deviation from these requirements may occur only
                 when the Parties have agreed to such deviations in writing.
         5.9     If Producer declares that its Generating Facility meets the requirements for
                 “Cogeneration” as such term is used in Section 216.6 of the Public Utilities Code (or
                 successor definition of “Cogeneration”) (“Cogeneration Requirement”), Producer
                 warrants that, beginning on the date of Initial Operation and continuing throughout
                 the term of this Agreement, its Generating Facility shall continue to meet such
                 Cogeneration Requirements, per Appendix D of this Agreement.
6.       INTERCONNECTION FACILITIES
         6.1   Producer and/or SCE, as appropriate, shall provide Interconnection Facilities that
               adequately protect SCE’s Distribution System, personnel, and other persons from
               damage or injury which may be caused by the operation of Producer’s Generating
               Facility.
         6.2     Producer shall be solely responsible for the costs, design, purchase, construction,
                 operation, and maintenance of the Interconnection Facilities that Producer owns.
         6.3     If the provisions of SCE’s Rule 21, or any other tariff approved by the Commission,
                 require SCE to own and operate a portion of the Interconnection Facilities, Producer
                 and SCE shall promptly execute an agreement that establishes and allocates
                 responsibility for the design, installation, operation, maintenance, and ownership of
                 the Interconnection Facilities. This agreement shall be attached to and made a part
                 of this Agreement as Appendix B.
         6.4     The Interconnection Facilities may include Net Generation Output Metering for
                 determination of standby charges and applicable non-bypassable charges, and/or
                 other meters required for SCE’s administration and billing pursuant to SCE’s tariffs
                 for net energy metering.
7.       LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
         Each Party’s liability to the other Party for any loss, cost, claim, injury, liability, or expense,
         including reasonable attorney’s fees, relating to or arising from any act or omission in its
         performance of this Agreement, shall be limited to the amount of direct damage actually
         incurred. In no event shall either Party be liable to the other Party for any indirect, special,
         consequential, or punitive damages of any kind whatsoever.
8.       INSURANCE
         8.1   In connection with Producer’s performance of its duties and obligations under this
               Agreement, Producer shall maintain, during the term of this Agreement, general
               liability insurance with a combined single limit of not less than:
                 (a)      Two million dollars ($2,000,000) for each occurrence if the Gross
                          Nameplate Rating of Producer’s Generating Facility is greater than one
                          hundred (100) kW;
                 (b)      One million dollars ($1,000,000) for each occurrence if the Gross
                          Nameplate Rating of Producer’s Generating Facility is greater than twenty
                          (20) kW and less than or equal to one hundred (100) kW;
                 (c)      Five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) for each occurrence if the Gross
                          Nameplate Rating of Producer’s Generating Facility is greater than ten (10)
                          kW and less than or equal to twenty (20) kW; and




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                       Two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) for each occurrence if the Gross
                       Nameplate Rating of Producer’s Generating Facility is ten (10) kW or less
                       and Producer’s Generating Facility is connected to an account receiving
                       residential service from SCE.

               Such general liability insurance shall include coverage for “Premises-Operations,
               Owners and Contractors Protective, Products/Completed Operations Hazard,
               Explosion, Collapse, Underground, Contractual Liability, and Broad Form Property
               Damage including Completed Operations.”
         8.2   The general liability insurance required in Section 8.1 shall, by endorsement to the
               policy or policies, (a) include SCE as an additional insured; (b) contain a severability
               of interest clause or cross-liability clause; (c) provide that SCE shall not by reason of
               its inclusion as an additional insured incur liability to the insurance carrier for
               payment of premium for such insurance; and provide for thirty (30) calendar days’
               written notice to SCE prior to cancellation, termination, alteration, or material
               change of such insurance.
         8.3   If Producer’s Generating Facility employs only solar or wind generators under 1 MW
               and the requirement of Section 8.2(a) prevents Producer from obtaining the
               insurance required in Section 8.1, then upon Producer’s written Notice to SCE in
               accordance with Section 9.1, the requirements of Section 8.2 shall be waived.
               However, to the extent that Producer has currently in force Commercial General
               Liability or Personal (Homeowner’s) Liability insurance, Producer agrees that it will
               maintain such insurance in force for the duration of this Agreement in no less than
               amounts currently in effect. SCE shall have the right to inspect or obtain a copy of
               the original policy or policies of insurance prior to commencing operations. Such
               insurance shall provide for thirty (30) calendar days written notice to SCE prior to
               cancellation, termination, alteration, or material change of such insurance.
         8.4   Evidence of the insurance required in Section 8.2 shall state that coverage provided
               is primary and is not in excess to or contributing with any insurance or self-
               insurance maintained by SCE.
         8.5   Producer agrees to furnish any required certificates and endorsements to SCE prior
               to Parallel Operation. SCE shall have the right to inspect or obtain a copy of the
               original policy or policies of insurance.

         8.6   If Producer is self-insured with an established record of self-insurance, Producer
               may comply with the following in lieu of Sections 8.1 through 8.4:
               (a)     Producer shall provide to SCE, at least thirty (30) calendar days prior to the
                       date of Parallel Operation, evidence of an acceptable plan to self-insure to a
                       level of coverage equivalent to that required under Section 8.1.
               (b)     If Producer ceases to self-insure to the level required hereunder, or if
                       Producer is unable to provide continuing evidence of Producer’s ability to
                       self-insure, Producer agrees to immediately obtain the coverage required
                       under Section 8.1
               .
         8.7   All insurance certificates, statements of self-insurance, endorsements,
               cancellations, terminations, alterations, and material changes of such insurance
               shall be issued and submitted to the following:
                       Southern California Edison Company
                       Attention: Manager, TDBU Contract Administration & Billing                          (T)
                       2244 Walnut Grove Ave.
                       P.O. Box 800
                       Rosemead, CA 91770




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9.       NOTICES
         9.1   Any written notice, demand, or request required or authorized in connection with this
               Agreement (“Notice”) shall be deemed properly given if delivered in person or sent
               by first class mail, postage prepaid, to the person specified below:

                         If to SCE:   Southern California Edison Company
                                      Attention: Manager, TDBU Contract Administration and Billing      (T)
                                      2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
                                      P.O. Box 800
                                      Rosemead, CA 91770
                                      Phone: (626) 302-9640                                             (T)
                                                                                                        (D)

                         If to Producer: Name:
                                         _______________________________________
                                         Attention:
                                         ________________________________________
                                         Address:
                                         _____________________________________________
                                         City:
                                         ___________________________
                                         Phone: ( ) _____________
                                         FAX: (     ) _____________
                                         Please complete

         9.2     A Party may change its address for Notice at any time by providing the other Party
                 Notice of the change in accordance with Section 9.1.

         9.3     The Parties may also designate operating representatives to conduct the daily
                 communications, which may be necessary or convenient for the administration of
                 this Agreement. Such designations, including names, addresses, and phone
                 numbers may be communicated or revised by one Party’s Notice to the other.

10.      REVIEW OF RECORDS AND DATA

         10.1    SCE shall have the right to review and obtain copies of Producer’s operations and
                 maintenance records, logs, or other information such as unit availability,
                 maintenance outages, circuit breaker operation requiring manual reset, relay targets
                 and unusual events pertaining to Producer’s Generating Facility or its
                 interconnection with SCE’s Distribution System.

         10.2    Producer authorizes SCE to release to the California Energy Commission (CEC)
                 and/or the Commission information regarding the Generating Facility, including the
                 Producer’s name and location, and the size, location and operational characteristics
                 of the Generating Facility, as requested from time to time pursuant to the CEC’s or
                 Commission’s rules and regulations.




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11.      ASSIGNMENT
         Producer shall not voluntarily assign its rights or delegate its duties under this Agreement
         without SCE’s written consent. Any assignment or delegation Producer makes without
         SCE’s written consent shall not be valid. SCE shall not unreasonably withhold its consent to
         Producer’s assignment of this Agreement.
12.      NON-WAIVER
         None of the provisions of this Agreement shall be considered waived by a Party unless such
         waiver is given in writing. The failure of a Party to insist in any one or more instances upon
         strict performance of any of the provisions of this Agreement or to take advantage of any of
         its rights hereunder shall not be construed as a waiver of any such provisions or the
         relinquishment of any such rights for the future, but the same shall continue and remain in
         full force and effect.
13.      GOVERNING LAW, JURISDICTION OF COMMISSION, INCLUSION OF SCE’s TARIFF
         SCHEDULES, DEFINED TERMS
         13.1    This Agreement shall be interpreted, governed, and construed under the laws of the
                 State of California as if executed and to be performed wholly within the State of
                 California without giving effect to choice of law provisions that might apply to the law
                 of a different jurisdiction.
         13.2    This Agreement shall, at all times, be subject to such changes or modifications by
                 the Commission as it may from time to time direct in the exercise of its jurisdiction.
         13.3    The interconnection and services provided under this Agreement shall at all times
                 be subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the tariffs applicable to the electric
                 service provided by SCE. Copies of such tariffs are available at SCE’s Internet site:
                 www.sce.com or by request to SCE and are incorporated into this Agreement by
                 this reference.
         134     Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Agreement, SCE shall have the right to
                 unilaterally file with the Commission, pursuant to the Commission’s rules and
                 regulations, an application for change in tariffs, rates, charges, classification,
                 service, or any agreement relating thereto.

14.      AMENDMENT AND MODIFICATION
         This Agreement can only be amended or modified by a written agreement signed by both
         Parties. SCE shall determine in its sole discretion whether prior Commission approval is
         required for such amendments or modifications.




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15.      ENTIRE AGREEMENT
         This Agreement, including any incorporated tariff schedules and rules, contains the entire
         agreement and understanding between the Parties, their agents, and employees as to the
         subject matter of this Agreement. Each party also represents that in entering into this
         Agreement, it has not relied on any promise, inducement, representation, warranty,
         agreement or other statement not set forth in this Agreement or in the incorporated tariff
         schedules and rules.
16.      SIGNATURES
         IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have caused two originals of this Agreement to
         be executed by their duly authorized representatives. This Agreement is effective as of the
         last date set forth below.
         [Please note the individual signing this Agreement must be duly authorized to bind the
         Producer to its terms. Accordingly, unless the individual is an “owner of a proprietorship”,
         “officer of a corporation,” “director or general manager of an agency,” or an equivalent
         official, please also provide documentation showing the signature authority of the individual
         who does sign on behalf of the “Producer”].


             CUSTOMER NAME                                 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                                                             EDISON COMPANY


By:                                              By:


Name:                                            Name:                  Jill Horswell

Title:                                           Title:        Director, FERC Compliance,
                                                                    Policy & Contracts

Date:                                            Date:




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                                            APPENDIX A

                            DESCRIPTION OF GENERATING FACILITY
                                 AND SINGLE-LINE DIAGRAM

                                       (Provided by Producer)

  (Note: The Description of the Generating Facility should include, but not limited to, for each of the
  technology types of generation: spatial configuration, net and gross nameplate ratings,
  manufacturer, if the generators are certified under Rule 21, protection equipment, and intended
  mode of operation (i.e. non-export; inadvertent export; and continuous export, where application).
  Additionally, points of interconnection with SCE, as well as locations and type of protection
  equipment and disconnect switches should be identified.)




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                                           APPENDIX B

                                        Rules “2” and “21”

(Note: SCE’s electric Rules “2” and “21” may be subject to such changes or modifications by the
Commission as the Commission may, from time to time, direct in the exercise of its jurisdiction.
SCE’s tariffs, including Rules “2” and “21” can be accessed via the SCE website at
www.sce.com/tariffs. Upon request, SCE can provide copies to Producer of Rules “2” and “21.”




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                              APPENDIX C
                              (If Applicable)


INTERCONNECTION FACILITIES FINANCING AND OWNERSHIP AGREEMENT
                        (Provided by SCE)




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                                           APPENDIX D                                                  (T)
                                          (When Applicable)

PRODUCER’S WARRANTY THAT THE GENERATING FACILITY IS A “DISTRIBUTED ENERGY
    RESOURCES GENERATION” FACILITY PURSUANT TO SECTION 353.1 OF THE
                   CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES CODE
For the purpose of securing the tariff charge exemption available under Section 353.3 of the
California Public Utilities Code, Producer hereby declares that the Generating Facility meets the
requirements for “Distributed Energy Resources Generation” as such term is used in Section 353.1
of the California Public Utilities Code (“DERG Requirements”).
Producer warrants that, beginning on the date of Parallel Operation and continuing throughout the
term of this Agreement, its Generating Facility shall continue to meet the DERG Requirements. If
Producer becomes aware that the Generating Facility has ceased to meet the DERG Requirements,
Producer shall promptly provide SCE with Notice of such change pursuant to Section 9.1 of the
Agreement. If at any time during the term of this Agreement SCE determines in its sole discretion
that Producer’s Generating Facility may no longer meet the DERG Requirements, SCE may require
Producer to provide evidence that the Generating Facility continues to meet the DERG
Requirements, within 15 business days of SCE’s request for such evidence. Additionally, SCE may
periodically (typically, once per year) inspect Producer’s Generating Facility and/or require
documentation from Producer to monitor the Generating Facility’s compliance with the DERG
Requirements. If SCE determines in its sole judgment that Producer either failed to provide
evidence in a timely manner or that it provided insufficient evidence that its Generating Facility
continues to meet the DERG Requirements, then the Distributed Energy Resources Generation
status of the Generating Facility shall be deemed ineffective until such time as Producer again
demonstrates to SCE’s reasonable satisfaction that the Generating Facility meets the requirements
for a Distributed Energy Resources Generation facility (the “DERG Status Change”).
SCE shall revise its records and the administration of this Agreement to reflect the DERG Status
Change and provide Notice to Producer of the DERG Status Change pursuant to Section 9.1 of this
Agreement. Such Notice shall specify the effective date of the DERG Status Change. This date
shall be the first day of the calendar year for which SCE determines in its sole discretion that the
Generating Facility first ceased to meet the DERG Requirements. SCE shall invoice the Producer’s
Electric Service Account through which the Generating Facility is Interconnected with SCE’s
Distribution System for any tariff charges that were not previously billed during the period between
the effective date of the DERG Status Change and the date of the Notice in reliance upon
Producer’s representations that the Generating Facility complied with the DERG Requirements and
therefore was eligible for the exemption from tariff charges available under Section 353.3 of the
California Public Utilities Code.
Any amounts to be paid or refunded by Producer, as may be invoiced by SCE pursuant to the terms
of this warranty, shall be paid to SCE within 30 days of Producer’s receipt of such invoice.




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                                            APPENDIX E
                                            (If Applicable)


                             LIST OF ELIGIBLE ACCOUNTS
                TO BE INCLUDED IN NET ENERGY METERING CALCULATIONS
                 PURSUANT TO SCHEDULE BG-NEM SPECIAL CONDITION 2


 (Please provide a copy of a recent billing statements for each of the accounts (if any) to be included
in this listing. Indicate the priority order you wish SCE to use in applying surplus energy credits.)




  Account        Account         Service          SCE Service            SCE Meter        SCE TOU Tariff
  Priority1      Name2          Address2        Account Number2           Number2           Schedule2

         1

         2

         3

         4

         5

         6


Notes:
1. Account Priority: See Special Condition 2, “Load Aggregation,” of Schedule BG-NEM. Accounts
   are listed in priority designated by Producer to receive excess generation credits. The “Host
   Account,” described on page 1 of this agreement, should not be included in this listing.
2. Account information as shown on SCE billing statement




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                                            APPENDIX F
                                          (When Applicable)


     PRODUCER’S WARRANTY THAT IT MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ELIGIBLE
     BIOGAS DIGESTER CUSTOMER-GENERATOR AND THE GENERATING FACILITY IS
          AN ELIGIBLE BIOGAS DIGESTER ELECTRICAL GENERATING FACILITY
       PURSUANT TO SECTION 2827.9 OF THE CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES CODE

Producer has declared that it meets the requirements for an “Eligible Biogas Digester customer-
generator” and the Generating Facility meets the requirements of an “Eligible Biogas Digester
Electrical Generating Facility”, both as defined in section 2827.9 of the California Public Utilities
Code. (“Eligibility Requirements”).
Producer warrants that, beginning on the date of Parallel Operation and continuing throughout the
term of this Agreement, Producer and the Generating Facility shall continue to meet the Eligibility
Requirements. If Producer or the Generating Facility ceases to meet the Eligibility Requirements,
Producer shall promptly provide SCE with Notice of such change pursuant to Section 9.1 of this
Agreement. If at any time during the term of this Agreement SCE determines, in its sole discretion,
that Producer or Generating Facility may no longer meet the Eligibility Requirements, SCE may
require Producer to provide evidence that Producer and/or Generating Facility continues to meet the
Eligibility Requirements, within 15 business days of SCE’s request for such evidence. Additionally,
SCE may periodically (typically, once per year) inspect Producer’s Generating Facility and/or require
documentation from Producer to monitor the Generating Facility’s compliance with the Eligibility
Requirements. If SCE determines in its sole judgment that Producer either failed to provide evidence
in a timely manner or that it provided insufficient evidence that its Generating Facility continues to
meet the Eligibility Requirements, then the Eligibility Status shall be deemed ineffective until such
time as Producer again demonstrates to SCE’s reasonable satisfaction that Producer meets the
requirements for an Eligible Biogas Digester customer–generator and/or the Generating Facility
meets the requirements for a Eligible Biogas Digester Electrical Generating Facility (the “Eligibility
Status Change”).
SCE shall revise its records and the administration of this Agreement to reflect the Eligibility Status
Change and provide Notice to Producer of the Eligibility Status Change pursuant to Section 9.1 of
this Agreement. Such Notice shall specify the effective date of the Eligibility Status Change. This
date shall be the first day of the calendar year for which SCE determines in its sole discretion that
the Producer and/or Generating Facility first ceased to meet the Eligibility Requirements. SCE shall
invoice the Producer for any tariff charges that were not previously billed during the period between
the effective date of the Eligibility Status Change and the date of the Notice in reliance upon
Producer’s representations that Producer and/or Generating Facility complied with the Eligibility
Requirements and therefore was eligible for the rate treatment available under the applicable Net
Energy Metering provisions of SCE’s Schedule BG-NEM, Experimental Biogas Net Energy
Metering.
Any amounts to be paid or refunded by Producer, as may be invoiced by SCE pursuant to the terms
of this warranty, shall be paid to SCE within 30 days of Producer’s receipt of such invoice.




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                                                                                Sheet 1




                   CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM AGGREGATOR AGREEMENT

                                     Form 14-777




                                         (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)               Issued by                (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                       Akbar Jazayeri             Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                Vice President             Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1H13                                                               Resolution
                                                                                2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
                                                                                     Rosemead, CA 91770




                  CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM AGGREGATOR AGREEMENT

This Agreement (“Agreement”) for Aggregators Participating in the Capacity Bidding Program is made
and entered into this ______ day of _________, 20__ (the “Effective Date”), by and between Southern
California Edison Company (“SCE”), a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State
of                                           California,                                        and
_______________________________________________________________________
(“Aggregator”), a ________________________________ organized and existing under the laws of
the State of _________________________________________.                   SCE and Aggregator may
sometimes be referred to herein as a “Party” and collectively as the “Parties.”

WHEREAS, the California Public Utilities Commission (“CPUC”) has authorized the Capacity Bidding
Program (“CBP”), a capacity bidding program with Day-Of and Day-Ahead options as set forth in
SCE’s Schedule CBP, (“Schedule CBP”), which is attached hereto as Attachment A and
incorporated herein by this reference, whereby SCE pays eligible Aggregators for participating in
Schedule CBP; and

WHEREAS, the CPUC has authorized the participation of Aggregators in Schedule CBP, and
Aggregator desires to participate in SCE’s CBP subject to the applicable SCE tariff rules and
Schedule CBP.

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual undertakings set forth below, the Parties agree as
follows:

                             I.       AGGREGATOR’S OBLIGATIONS

A.       Subject to Schedule CBP. Aggregator’s status in SCE’s CBP shall be as an “Aggregator”
under Schedule CBP. Aggregator shall be subject to all applicable tariff rules and regulations (which
rules and regulations are hereby incorporated herein as an integral part of this Agreement), including,
but not limited to, the rates, terms and conditions set forth in Schedule CBP, as such rules and
regulations may be amended from time to time. If the CPUC approves any modification to Schedule
CBP, any such modification shall be incorporated herein and this Agreement will continue in full force
and effect as to Schedule CBP as so modified, unless and until the Parties execute a new agreement,
or unless and until SCE or Aggregator terminates this Agreement.

B.      Aggregated Group. Aggregator shall group customer service accounts, located within SCE’s
service territory, for purposes of receiving service under Schedule CBP as an Aggregator. Such
Aggregator shall receive payments or when applicable pay penalty charges, whereby it is the
Aggregator who is served under Schedule CBP, not the individual customers of an Aggregator.
Aggregator shall be solely responsible for having the appropriate contractual or other arrangements
with each customer within an Aggregator’s group. SCE shall not be responsible for monitoring,
auditing, reviewing or enforcing such arrangements. Aggregator acknowledges and agrees that it is
the Aggregator, not the customer, who is subject to the terms and conditions of Schedule CBP and
this Agreement.

C.     Aggregator Service Establishment. Aggregator must satisfy the following requirements before
Aggregator can provide Aggregator services in connection with Schedule CBP:

    1.   Aggregator must submit an executed Capacity Bidding Program Aggregator Agreement.
    2.   Aggregator must satisfy SCE’s creditworthiness requirements as specified in Section IV
         below.




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D.      Required Notice to Add or Delete Customer Service Accounts. Once Aggregator has entered
into the appropriate contractual or other arrangements with a customer who participants in an
Aggregator’s group, Aggregator shall deliver to SCE a “Notice by Aggregator to Add or Delete
Customer Service Accounts,” attached hereto as Attachment B, adding such customer’s service
account(s) to one of Aggregator’s groups. Aggregator shall notify SCE that it has removed a
customer service account from its group by delivering to SCE a “Notice by Aggregator to Add or
Delete Customer Service Accounts” removing such customer service account(s) from one of
Aggregator’s groups. Aggregator shall deliver such Notices to SCE by facsimile or email to:

                               SCE Tariff Programs and Services
                               Attn: CBP Program Manager
                               Facsimile: 626-633-3460
                               Email: DRP@sce.com


Mail the signed original to:   SCE Tariff Programs and Services
                               Attn: CBP Program Manager
                               Southern California Edison Company
                               P.O. Box 800
                               Rosemead, CA 91770

Aggregator’s delivery of a “Notice by Aggregator to Add or Delete Customer Service Accounts” adding
one or more customer service accounts to one of Aggregator’s groups shall be required before
Aggregator can submit Capacity Nominations containing any part of the customer service account’s
load or receive any payment for such Capacity Nomination.

E.       Secure Customer Participation in Measurement and Evaluation Activities. Aggregator shall
agree, and shall cause each customer service account of an Aggregator’s group to agree, to (i) allow
the California Energy Commission and its authorized representatives reasonable access to
customer’s facilities to conduct measurement and evaluation activities related to CBP; and (ii)
participate in and complete all evaluation surveys received from SCE and/or the CEC related to CBP.
Aggregator’s failure to secure these agreements may result in the termination of this Agreement
and/or a determination by SCE that Aggregator is ineligible for service under Schedule CBP.

F.       Timeliness and Due Diligence. Aggregator shall exercise due diligence in meeting its
obligations and deadlines under Schedule CBP and this Agreement so as to facilitate customer
participation through Aggregator in CBP.




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                                          II.       GENERAL TERMS

A.    Definitions. Except where explicitly defined herein, the capitalized terms used in this
Agreement shall have the meanings set forth in Schedule CBP.

B.     SCE Not Liable for Aggregator Service. SCE has no obligations to a customer with one or
more service accounts participating in an Aggregator’s group in CBP. Such customer must look to
Aggregator to carry out the responsibilities associated with Aggregator’s service.

C.      Customer-Specific Usage or Meter Data. SCE will provide customer-specific usage or
meter data to Aggregator, provided SCE has received written authorization from the customer to
release such information to Aggregator, in the form attached hereto as Attachment C (“Authorization
to Receive Customer Information or Act on a Customer’s Behalf”). Subject to the customer’s
authorization, SCE will provide a maximum of the most recent 12 months of customer usage data or
the amount of data for that specific service account. Customer information will be released to the
customer or its authorized agent up to two times per year per service account at no cost to the
requesting party. Thereafter, SCE will have the ability to assess a processing charge. An authorized
agent receiving such customer information will not further release the information to others without the
customer’s explicit consent.

D.      Customer Inquiries. Customer inquiries concerning Aggregator’s services should be directed
to Aggregator.

                                   III.         LIMITATION OF LIABILITIES

SCE shall not be liable to the customer or Aggregator for any damages caused by SCE’s conduct in
compliance with, or as permitted by, Schedule CBP or other tariffs, this Agreement and associated
legal and regulatory requirements related to CBP.

SCE’s liability to Aggregator for any loss, cost, claim, injury, liability or expense, including reasonable
attorneys’ fees, relating to or arising from any act or omission in SCE’s performance of this Agreement
shall be limited to the amount of direct damage actually incurred. In no event shall SCE be liable to
Aggregator for any indirect, special, consequential or punitive damages of any kind whatsoever,
whether in contract, tort or strict liability.

SCE shall not be liable to any customer for any damages caused to the customer by any failure by
Aggregator to comply with SCE’s tariffs, this Agreement and associated legal and regulatory
requirements related to Direct Access service.

The CPUC shall have initial jurisdiction to interpret, add, delete or modify any provision of Schedule
CBP or this Agreement, and to resolve disputes regarding SCE’s performance of its obligations under
Schedule CBP or other tariffs, or this Agreement.

SCE shall not be liable to the customer for any damages caused by Aggregator’s failure to perform
any commitment to the customer.

Aggregator is not SCE’s agent for any purpose. SCE shall not be liable to the customer for any
damages resulting from any acts, omissions, or representations made by Aggregator in connection
with soliciting customers for Aggregator’s services or performing any of its functions in CBP.




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                                      IV. CREDIT REQUIREMENTS

A.         Credit Requirements. SCE shall require Aggregator to establish its creditworthiness through
evaluations, deposits, or other security in the manner described below to cover Aggregator’s payment
liabilities to customers incurred as a result of customers’ participation in an Aggregator’s group under
the terms and conditions of Schedule CBP. Aggregator may establish its creditworthiness through
any one of the following. Upon the establishment of such creditworthiness, SCE upon request will
refund Aggregator’s security deposits, if any, then being held to secure payment of liabilities to
customers incurred as a result of customers’ inclusion in an Aggregator’s group under the terms and
conditions of Schedule CBP.

        1.        Credit Evaluation

        Aggregator with a demonstrable current credit rating of Baa2 or higher from Moody’s or BBB
        or higher from Standard and Poor’s, Fitch or Duff & Phelps, is deemed to be creditworthy
        unless SCE determines that a material change in the Aggregator’s creditworthiness has
        occurred. SCE requires Aggregator to complete a credit application including financial
        information reasonably necessary to establish credit. The creditworthiness evaluation may be
        conducted by an outside credit analysis agency, determined by SCE, with final credit approval
        granted by SCE. This evaluation will be completed within 10 business days. Credit reports
        will remain strictly confidential between the credit analysis agency and SCE. A credit
        application processing fee, as approved by the CPUC, may be charged to offset the cost of
        determining the Aggregator’s creditworthiness.

        2.        Security Deposits

        Aggregator may submit and maintain a cost-based security deposit in lieu of submitting to or
        being qualified under a creditworthiness evaluation. The amount of the security deposit
        required to establish credit will be twice the estimated monthly payment liabilities to customers
        incurred as a result of customers’ participation in an Aggregator’s group participating in CBP,
        where the estimate is based on the last 12 months of data for such customers’ participation in
        an Aggregator’s group. The initial value of the security deposit will be estimated by
        Aggregator to cover its expected customer base and will be adjusted as necessary from time
        to time to meet the security requirements based on changes in Aggregator’s customer base.
        Security deposits may be in the form of (1) cash deposits, with interest earned at the 3-month
        commercial paper rate, (2) letters of credit, defined as irrevocable and renewable issued by a
        major financial institution acceptable to SCE, (3) surety bonds, defined as renewable and
        issued by a major insurance company acceptable to SCE, or (4) guarantees from
        Aggregator’s parent company or subsidiary with a credit rating of Baa2 or higher from
        Moody’s or BBB or higher from Standard and Poor’s, Fitch or Duff & Phelps, unless SCE
        determines that a material change in the guarantor’s creditworthiness has occurred, or, in
        other cases, through the credit evaluation process described above. Security deposits must
        be posted with SCE prior to the Aggregator’s participation in CBP. Security deposits posted
        with SCE which are in excess of outstanding liabilities owed to SCE and/or customers who
        participated in an Aggregator’s group will be returned to Aggregator within approximately 60
        days after the expiration or termination of this Agreement.




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        3.        Security Deposit Payment Timetable

        Aggregator is obligated to post a security deposit with SCE prior to Aggregator’s participation
        in CBP. Such a deposit shall not be required until three days before Aggregator can submit
        Capacity Nominations in accordance with Schedule CBP. Unless and until Aggregator’s
        security deposit is received, Aggregator shall not be entitled to submit Capacity Nominations
        in accordance with Schedule CBP or receive any payment for Recorded Reduced Capacity
        and Recorded Reduced Energy. Aggregator’s failure to timely post the required security
        deposit may result in the termination of this Agreement and/or a determination by SCE that
        Aggregator is ineligible to participate in CBP.

        4.        Interest on Cash Deposit

        SCE will pay interest on cash deposits, except as provided below, calculated on a daily basis,
        and compounded at the end of each calendar month, from the date fully paid to the date of
        refund by check or credit to Aggregator’s account. The interest rate applicable in each
        calendar month shall be set forth in Rule 7; except that when a refund is made within the first
        fifteen days of a calendar month the interest rate applicable in the previous month shall be
        applied for the elapsed portion of the month in which the refund is made.

        5.        Ongoing Maintenance of Credit

        To assure continued validity of established unsecured credit, Aggregator shall promptly notify
        SCE of any material change in its credit rating or financial condition. Aggregator shall also
        furnish evidence of an acceptable credit rating or financial condition, as set forth above, to
        SCE upon request. In the event SCE determines that Aggregator’s, or Aggregator’s
        guarantor’s, creditworthiness has materially changed, as set forth above, and Aggregator
        does not rectify or provide a security deposit commensurate with the change in
        creditworthiness, then SCE may terminate this Agreement pursuant to Section VIII below.

        6.        Additional Documents

        Aggregator shall execute and deliver all documents and instruments (including, without
        limitation, security agreements and SCE financing statements) reasonably required from time
        to time to implement the provisions set forth above and to perfect any security interest granted
        to SCE.
                                            V. PAYMENT

A.        Payment Terms. During the term of this Agreement, SCE shall make any payments (after
deducting any penalties due to SCE) due to Aggregator pursuant to the terms and conditions of
Schedule CBP within sixty (60) calendar days following the end of each operating month by issuing a
bill credit or a check payable to Aggregator and mailed to the following address:


                  Name:               ___________________________________
                  Attention:          ___________________________________
                  Address 1:          ___________________________________
                  Address 2:          ___________________________________
                  City, State, Zip:   ___________________________________




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B.     Disputed Bills or Charges. Aggregator agrees to resolve any disputed bills and/or charges in
accordance with the “Resolution of Disputes” provision of Section XII.D below.

                           VI. REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES

Each Party represents and warrants that it is and shall remain in compliance with all applicable laws.

Each Party represents and warrants that (a) it has the full power and authority to execute and deliver
this Agreement and to perform its terms and conditions; (b) the execution, delivery and performance
of this Agreement have been duly authorized by all necessary corporate or other action by such Party;
and (c) this Agreement constitutes such Party’s legal, valid and binding obligation, enforceable against
such Party in accordance with its terms.

Each Party shall exercise all reasonable care, diligence and good faith in the performance of its duties
pursuant to this Agreement, and carry out its duties in accordance with applicable recognized
professional standards in accordance with the requirements of this Agreement.
With each submission of a “Notice by Aggregator to Add/Delete SCE Customer Service Accounts,”
adding a customer service account, and until such time as Aggregator submits such Notice for the
removal of such customer from Aggregator’s representation, Aggregator represents and warrants that:

        (a)      Each customer participating in an Aggregator’s group has voluntarily elected to such
        participation;

        (b)     Aggregator has entered into the appropriate contractual or other arrangements with
        such customer whereby such customer has authorized Aggregator to receive payments from
        and to pay penalty charges to SCE under the terms and conditions of Schedule CBP.

                                                  VII.   TERM

The term of this Agreement shall commence as of the Effective Date and shall continue in full force
and effect until terminated pursuant to Section VIII below.                                                (T)

                                          VIII.      TERMINATION
A.       Termination at CPUC Direction. SCE may terminate this Agreement upon fifteen (15) days
written notice to Aggregator if the CPUC orders the termination of this Agreement or Schedule CBP.
B.      Termination for Default: Either Party may terminate this Agreement upon written notice to the
other Party if the other Party breaches any material obligation under this Agreement and fails to cure
such breach within fifteen (15) days after receiving written notice of the breach.

C.      Effect of Termination. Upon SCE’s issuance of a notice of termination of this Agreement for
default by Aggregator, SCE shall have the right to solicit the direct participation in CBP of customers
who had participated in an Aggregator’s group who are eligible to participate directly in CBP.




 Form 14-777                                             6
 Revised 4/2009
                                                                                    2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
                                                                                         Rosemead, CA 91770



                                       IX. INDEMNIFICATION

A.       Indemnification of SCE. To the fullest extent permitted by law, Aggregator shall indemnify,
defend and hold harmless SCE, and its parent company, subsidiaries, affiliates and their respective
shareholders, officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives, successors and assigns
(collectively, the “Indemnified Parties”), from and against any and all claims, actions, suits,
proceedings, losses, liabilities, penalties, fines, damages, costs or expenses, including without
limitation reasonable attorneys’ fees (a “Claim”), resulting from (a) any breach of the representations,
warranties, covenants and obligations of Aggregator under this Agreement, (b) any act or omission of
Aggregator, whether based upon Aggregator’s negligence, strict liability or otherwise, in connection
with the performance of this Agreement, or (c) any third party claims of any kind, whether based upon
negligence, strict liability or otherwise, arising out of or connected in any way to Aggregator’s
performance or nonperformance under this Agreement. This indemnification obligation shall not apply
to the extent that such injury, loss or damage is caused by the willful misconduct of SCE or SCE’s
sole negligence.

B.      Defense of Claim. If any Claim is brought against the Indemnified Parties, Aggregator shall
assume the defense of such Claim, with counsel reasonably acceptable to the Indemnified Parties,
unless in the opinion of counsel for the Indemnified Parties a conflict of interest between the
Indemnified Parties and Aggregator may exist with respect to such Claim. If a conflict precludes
Aggregator from assuming the defense, then Aggregator shall reimburse the Indemnified Parties on a
monthly basis for the Indemnified Parties’ defense costs through separate counsel of the Indemnified
Parties’ choice. If Aggregator assumes the defense of the Indemnified Parties with acceptable
counsel, the Indemnified Parties, at their sole option and expense, may participate in the defense with
counsel of their own choice without relieving Aggregator of any of its obligations hereunder.

C.       Survival. Aggregator’s obligation to indemnify the Indemnified Parties shall survive the
expiration or termination of this Agreement.

                                              X. NOTICES
A.       Mailing Address. Except for payments, which shall be made pursuant to Section V above,
any formal notice, request, or demand required or permitted under this Agreement shall be given in
writing by SCE and Aggregator, and shall be (a) mailed by first-class mail, (b) mailed by registered,
certified or other overnight mail, (c) delivered in hand, or (d) faxed with confirmation as set forth below,
to the other Party as indicated below, or to such other address as the parties may designate by written
notice.

        To Aggregator:



                  _________________________________
                  Phone: ___________________________
                  Facsimile: ________________________

        To SCE:



                  _________________________________
                  Phone: ___________________________
                  Facsimile: ________________________




 Form 14-777                                             7
 Revised 4/2009
                                                                                   2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
                                                                                        Rosemead, CA 91770




B.      Notices. Notices delivered by hand shall be deemed received when delivered. Notices sent
by facsimile shall be deemed received upon receipt but must be confirmed by mail within seventy-two
(72) hours. Notices delivered by first class mail shall be deemed received forty-eight (48) hours (not
including weekends and holidays) after deposit, postage prepaid, in the U.S. mail, or if certified,
registered or overnight mailing is used, as acknowledged by the signed receipt of mailing.

                                         XI. CONFIDENTIALITY

A.       Confidentiality. Aggregator shall not disclose any Confidential Information obtained pursuant
to this Agreement to any third party, including any affiliates of Aggregator, without the express prior
written consent of SCE. As used herein, the term “Confidential Information” means proprietary
business, financial and commercial information pertaining to SCE, customer names and other
information related to customers, including energy usage data (“Customer Information”), any trade
secrets and any other information of a similar nature, whether or not reduced to writing or other
tangible form. Confidential Information shall not include: (a) information known to Aggregator prior to
obtaining the same from SCE; (b) information in the public domain at the time of disclosure by
Aggregator; (c) information obtained by Aggregator from a third party who did not receive the same,
directly or indirectly, from SCE; or (d) information approved for release by express prior written
consent of an authorized representative of SCE.

B.      Use of Confidential Information. Aggregator hereby agrees that it shall use the Confidential
Information solely for the purpose of performing under this Agreement. Aggregator agrees to use at
least the same degree of care Aggregator uses with respect to its own proprietary or confidential
information, which in any event shall result in a reasonable standard of care to prevent unauthorized
use or disclosure of the Confidential Information.

C.       Authorized Disclosure. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Section XI, Aggregator
may disclose any of the Confidential Information in the event, but only to the extent, that, based upon
advice of counsel, Aggregator is required to do so by the disclosure requirements of any law, rule,
regulation or any order, decree, subpoena or ruling or other similar process of any court,
governmental agency or regulatory authority. Prior to making or permitting any such disclosure,
Aggregator shall provide SCE with prompt written notice of any such requirement so that SCE (with
Aggregator’s assistance if requested by SCE) may seek a protective order or other appropriate
remedy.

D.       Term. The confidentiality provisions set forth in this Section XI shall remain in full force and
effect with respect to any Confidential Information until the date that is five (5) years after the date of
SCE’s disclosure of such Confidential Information to Aggregator pursuant to this Agreement; provided,
further, that such confidentiality provisions shall remain in full force and effect with respect to any
Customer Information in perpetuity.

E.       Remedies. The Parties acknowledge that the Confidential Information is valuable and unique,
and that damages would be an inadequate remedy for breach of this Section XI and the obligations of
Aggregator are specifically enforceable. Accordingly, the Parties agree that in the event of a breach
or threatened breach of this Section XI by Aggregator, SCE shall be entitled to seek an injunction
preventing such breach, without the necessity of proving damages or posting any bond. Any such
relief shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, monetary damages or any other legal or equitable
remedy available to SCE.




 Form 14-777                                            8
 Revised 4/2009
                                                                                2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
                                                                                     Rosemead, CA 91770




                                       XII. MISCELLANEOUS

A.       Assignment. This Agreement, and the rights and obligations granted and/or obtained by
Aggregator hereunder, shall not be further transferred or assigned by Aggregator without the prior
written consent of SCE. Any assignment in violation of this section shall be void.

B.      Independent Contractor. Aggregator shall perform its obligations under this Agreement as an
independent contractor, and no principal-agent or employer-employee relationship or joint venture or
partnership shall be created with SCE.

C.       Choice of Law. This Agreement shall be carried out and interpreted under the laws of the
State of California, without regard to any conflict of law principles thereof. Except for matters and
disputes with respect to which the CPUC is the proper venue for dispute resolution pursuant to
applicable law or this Agreement, the federal and state courts located in Los Angeles, California shall
constitute the sole proper venue for resolution of any matter or dispute hereunder. The Parties submit
to the exclusive jurisdiction of such courts with respect to such matters and disputes.

D.       Resolution of Disputes. Any dispute arising between the Parties relating to the interpretation
of this Agreement or to the performance of a Party’s obligations hereunder shall be reduced to writing
and referred to the Parties’ designated representative for resolution. The Parties shall be required to
meet and confer in an effort to resolve any such dispute. Any dispute or need for interpretation arising
out of this Agreement which cannot be resolved after discussion between the Parties shall be
submitted to the CPUC for resolution.

E.      Waiver. Any failure or delay by either Party to exercise any right, in whole or part, hereunder
shall not be construed as a waiver of the right to exercise the same, or any other right, at any time
thereafter.

F.      Governmental Actions. This Agreement shall be subject to the continuing jurisdiction of the
CPUC and all orders, rules, regulations, decision or actions of any governmental entity (including a
court) having jurisdiction over SCE or this Agreement. The Agreement is subject to such changes or
modifications by the CPUC as it may direct from time to time in the exercise of its jurisdiction.

G.       Entire Agreement; Amendments. This Agreement, including the Attachments listed below,
sets forth the entire understanding of the Parties as to the subject matter hereof, and supersedes any
prior discussions, offerings, representations or understanding (whether written or oral), and shall only
be superseded by an instrument in writing executed by both Parties. This Agreement shall not be
modified by course of performance, course of conduct or usage of trade.

             Attachment A: Schedule CBP
             Attachment B: Notice by Aggregator to Add or Delete Customer Service Accounts
             Attachment C: Customer Authorization for Release of Information

H.      Survival. Notwithstanding the expiration or termination of this Agreement, the Parties shall
continue to be bound by the provisions of this Agreement which, by their nature, survive completion or
termination. Such provision shall include, without limitation, Sections IX and XI.




 Form 14-777                                           9
 Revised 4/2009
                                                                                2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
                                                                                     Rosemead, CA 91770




I.    Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, each of which shall be
deemed to be an original, but all of which together shall constitute one and the same instrument.

J.      Headings. The headings contained in this Agreement are solely for the convenience of the
Parties and shall not be used or relied upon in any manner in the construction or interpretation of this
Agreement.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the authorized representatives of SCE and Aggregator have executed this
Agreement as of the Effective Date.


SCE:                                                       AGGREGATOR:
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY                         ________________________________


By:                                                        By:
Signature:                                                 Signature:
Name:                                                      Name:
Title:                                                     Title:




  Form 14-777                                         10
  Revised 4/2009
                                2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
                                     Rosemead, CA 91770




                 ATTACHMENT A
                 SCHEDULE CBP




Form 14-777             11
Revised 4/2009
                                                     2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
                                                          Rosemead, CA 91770




                            ATTACHMENT B
        NOTICE BY AGGREGATOR TO ADD OR DELETE SERVICE ACCOUNTS




Form 14-777                         12
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                                                        2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
                                                             Rosemead, CA 91770




                                ATTACHMENT C
                 CUSTOMER AUTHORIZATION FOR RELEASE OF INFORMATION




Form 14-777                            13
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Southern California Edison                                                                           Revised           Cal. PUC Sheet No.                   45228-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                               Cancelling          Revised           Cal. PUC Sheet No.                   45123-E


                                                                  TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                       Sheet 1




                                                                                                                                       Cal. P.U.C.
                                                                                                                                       Sheet No.


TITLE PAGE ..................................................................................................................................11431-E
TABLE OF CONTENTS - RATE SCHEDULES ... 45228-452259-45230-45231-45232-45233-45234-E                                                                            (T)
TABLE OF CONTENTS - LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS ......................................45234-E                                                              |
TABLE OF CONTENTS - RULES ................................................................................................45235-E                               |
TABLE OF CONTENTS - BASELINE REGIONS ........................................................................45236-E                                            |
TABLE OF CONTENTS - SAMPLE FORMS .....................45237-45238-45239-45108-44811-45240-E                                                                     |
           .......................................................................................................................................43047-E      (T)
PRELIMINARY STATEMENT:
   A. Territory Served ...............................................................................................................22909-E
   B. Description of Service ......................................................................................................22909-E
   C. Procedure to Obtain Service ...........................................................................................22909-E
   D. Establishment of Credit and Deposits .............................................................................22909-E
   E. General............................................................................... 45178-45179-45180-45181-45182-E
   F. Symbols ............................................................................................................................37168-E
   G. Gross Revenue Sharing Mechanism ......... 26584-26585-26586-26587-27195-27196-27197-E                                                                    (T)
       ........................................................................................................27198-27199-27200-27201-E
   H. Baseline Service ............................................................... 45183-43058-11880-11881-31679-E
   I. Advanced Metering Infrastructure Balancing Account ........................................ 42811-42812-E                                                (T)
   J. Palo Verde Balancing Account................................................................. 44942-44943-44944-E
   K. Nuclear Decommissioning Adjustment Mechanism ............................................ 36582-36583-E
   L. Purchase Agreement Administrative Costs Balancing Account.......................... 44041-44042-E
   M. Income Tax Component of Contributions ........................................................... 44770-27632-E
   N. Memorandum Accounts....... 21344-45184-44946-42035-42036-41775-44428-44429-44947-E
       ........... 42840-42841-42842-44948-44949-44950-44951-44952-44953-42849-42850-42851-E                                                                   (T)
       ........... 41717-42853-44297-42855-42856-44341-44954-44955-42860-42861-42862-42863-E
       ........... 42864-42921-42922-44956-44957-45185-42870-42871-42872-42873-42874-42875-E
       ........... 42876-42877-42878-42879-42880-42881-42882-42883-44958-42885-44959-42887-E
       42888-44960-43367-42891-42892-39861-43806-43889-43890-43891-43892-44029-44133-E                                                                         (T)
   O. California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) Adjustment Clause
       ............................................................................................ 34705-41902-36472-38847-44961-E
   P. Optional Pricing Adjustment Clause (OPAC).................... 27670-27671-27672-27673-27674-E




                                                                           (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                                                Issued by                                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                        Akbar Jazayeri                              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                                 Vice President                              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
1H11                                                                                                                 Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                                             Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                    45229-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                                Cancelling           Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                    45124-E


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                                                                             (Continued)
                                                                                                                                         Cal. P.U.C.
                                                                                                                                          Sheet No.
PRELIMINARY STATEMENT: (Cont'd)
Q. Demand Side Management Adjustment Clause........................................... 24255-21355-20380-E
    ......................................................................................20381-22167-20383-21356-30264-20386-E
R. NOT IN USE...........................................................................................................................42955-E
S. Procurement Energy Efficiency Balancing Account ...........................................................44342-E
T. Electric and Magnetic Fields Measurement Program................................... 18319-18320-18321-E
U. California Solar Initiative Program Balancing Account ...................................44471-44472-42039E
V. Hazardous Substance Cleanup Cost Recovery Mechanism ................................... 18853-22174-E
    ............................27264-44864-31527-31528-18857-22175-18859-27681-27682-27683-18863-E
W. Departing Load and Customer Generation Departing Load
    Cost Responsibility ................................................................ 33558-39862-33560-39863-33562-E
    .....42772-33564-33565-33566-33567-33568-33569-33570-33571-33572-33573-33574-33575-E
X. Research, Development and Demonstration Adjustment Clause............................ 44962-44963-E
Y. Demand Response Program Balancing Account ..............................44596-44597-40392-45503-E
    .................................................................................................................................... 40394-40395-E
Z. Songs 2&3 Steam Generator Replacement Balancing Account.......45399-45400-45401-45402-E
    ................................................................................................................................................45403-E
AA. California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) Balancing Account .............. 44454-44455-44456-E
BB. PBR Distribution Revenue Requirement Adjustment Factor
    ...............................................................31330-31331-31332-31333-35496-31335-31336-31337-E
CC. PBR Distribution Performance Mechanism............................ 32057-31339-32058-31341-31342-E
    .....31343-32059-32060-32061-32062-32063-32064-32065-32066-32067-32068-32069-32070-E
    .................................................................................................................................... 32071-32072-E
DD. Cost Of Capital Trigger Mechanism ....................................... 31356-35497-31358-35498-31360-E
EE. Electric Deferred Refund Account ............................................................................. 21212-26600-E
FF. Public Purpose Programs Adjustment Mechanism ............... 43818-44343-40525-44457-40527-E
    .................................................................................................................................... 44458-40529-E
GG. Energy Efficiency Program Adjustment Mechanism.............................................................40530-E
HH. Low Income Energy Efficiency Program Adjustment Mechanism............................ 44459-44460-E
II. Bond Charge Balancing Account .................................................................. 32855-32234-32235-E
JJ. Direct Access Cost Responsibility Surcharge Tracking Account ................. 40656-40657-40658-E
KK. NOT IN USE ....................................................................................................................................-E
LL. Reliability Investment Incentive Mechanism ...............40941-40942-40943-40944-43351-40946-E
MM. Community Choice Aggregation Balancing Account............................................................44964-E
NN. Mohave Balancing Account.......................................................................44965-44966-40718-E
OO. Pension Costs Balancing Account ............................................................44967-44968-44969-E
PP. Post Employment Benefits Other Than Pensions Costs Balancing Account................................
    ...................................................................................................................44970-44971-44972-E
QQ. Edison SmartConnect™ Balancing Account................................. 44310-44973-44312-44313-E
RR. New System Generation Balancing Account ............................................44974-44975-44976-E
SS. Songs 2&3 Steam Generator Removal And Disposal Balancing Account ..........45404-45405-E
    ..............................................................................................................................45406-45407-E
TT. NOT IN USE .............................................................................................................................. -E
UU. NOT IN USE .............................................................................................................................. -E
VV. Medical Programs Balancing Account ......................................................44977-44978-44979-E
WW. Community Choice Aggregation Cost Responsibility...................................................................
    Surcharge Tracking Account........................................................................................... 37950-E
XX. Clean Technology Generation Balancing Account ......................................................... 43893-E
YY. Base Revenue Requirement Balancing Account .......................... 45442-45443-43689-40730-E                                                             (T)
    ..........................................................45444-40732-44983-45408-40735-40736-40737-44985-E                                                  |
ZZ. Energy Resource Recovery Account ......... 43213-40740-34480-45186-45187-43691-45122-E                                                                      (T)
    ..............................................................................................................................45110-45111-E
AAA. Post Test Year Ratemaking Mechanism. .................................... 44986-45188-40745-40746-E
      ..........................................................................................36622-36623-36624-36625-36626-E
BBB. Employee Safety and Distribution Reliability Performance Incentive Mechanism ......................
      .................................................................................................................36627-36628-36629-E
CCC. Cost of Capital Mechanism.................................................................................44218-44219-E

                                                                             (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                                                 Issued by                                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                         Akbar Jazayeri                              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                                  Vice President                              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
2H13                                                                                                                  Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                                      Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                 45230-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                           Cancelling         Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                 45102-E


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                                                                  (Continued)
                                                           RATE SCHEDULES
Schedule                                                                                                                        Cal. P.U.C.
 No.                                                            Title of Sheet                                                       No.

                                                   SERVICE AREA MAPS:
Index to Maps of Service Area .....................................................................................................20557-E
Map A - Service Area ....................................................................................................................27223-E
Map B - Service Area ......................................................................................................................7865-E
Map C - Service Area ....................................................................................................................27224-E
Map D - Service Area ......................................................................................................................5697-E

                                                              RESIDENTIAL

D        Domestic Service ...............................................................45264-43059-38299-42456-E
D-APS    Domestic Automatic Powershift .................................................... 43603-44822-45189-E                                      (T)
D-APS-E  Domestic Automatic Powershift – Enhanced ................................ 43606-44823-43608-E
D-CARE   Domestic Service, CARE .............................................................. 45265-44007-45190-E                                   (T)
DE       Domestic Service to Utility Employees .................................................................38306-E
D-FERA   Domestic Service, Family Electric Rate Assistance...................... 45266-44991-44008-E
DM       Domestic Service Multifamily Accommodation ............................ 39037-34728-45267-E
DMS-1    Domestic Service Multifamily Accommodation Submetered .................... 44993-43698-E                                                    (T)
         ................................................................................................................................45191-E
DMS-2    Domestic Service Mobilehome Park Multifamily
         Accommodation Submetered ............................................44994-43699-34735-40747-E
DMS-3    Domestic Service Qualifying RV Park Accommodation Submetered ...... 38312-34737-E
         .................................................................................................................... 34738-43066-E
DS       Domestic - Seasonal .................................................................................. 43067-34741-E
MASH-VNM Mulitfamily Affordable Solar Housing – Virtual Net Metering ........ 44748-44749-44750-E
         .............................................................................................44751-44752-44753-44754-E
MB-E     Medical Baseline – Exemption................................................................... 45268-45269-E
PCT      Programmable Communicating Thermostat ......................44277-44278-44279-44280-E                                                       (D)
TOU-D-1  Time-of-Use Domestic .......................................................45270-43068-38316-42458-E
TOU-D-2  Time-of-Use Domestic .................................................................. 45271-43069-42459-E
TOU-EV-1 Domestic Time-Of-Use Electric Vehicle Charging ........................ 45272-34765-42462-E




                                                                       (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                                            Issued by                               (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                    Akbar Jazayeri                            Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                             Vice President                            Effective     Sep 4, 2009
3H14                                                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                                    Revised           Cal. PUC Sheet No.                   45231-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                        Cancelling          Revised           Cal. PUC Sheet No.                   45103-E


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                                                            (Continued)
                                                     RATES SCHEDULES
Schedule                                                                                                                         Cal. P.U.C.
 No.                                                         Title of Sheet                                                             No.

                                           GENERAL SERVICE/INDUSTRIAL

EDR-A          Economic Development Rate-Attraction ....................................... 39107-43013-39109-E
EDR-E          Economic Development Rate-Expansion ..................................... 39110-43014-39112-E
EDR-R          Economic Development Rate-Retention ...................................... 39113-43015-39115-E
GS-1           General Service - Non Demand ..................45273-43070-45274-42463-39882-38329-E
               ..................................................................................................................... 38330-38331-E
GS-2           General Service - Demand .............. 45275-45276-45004-43071-42075-42076-45277-E
               .................................................................................. 42464-42078-42079-42080-42081-E
GS-APS         General Service - Automatic Powershift ........................................ 43386-44824-43610-E
GS-APS-E       General Service - Automatic Powershift – Enhanced ................... 43389-44825-43612-E
I-6            Time-of-Use, General Service - Large - Interruptible ........44200-43932-43933-43687-E
               ................................................43133-44201-43394-44202-44203-43397-43398-43399-E
RTP-2          General Service - Large, Real Time Pricing .......................45278-45279-45280-45281-E
               ........................................................... 43076-42908-41036-45192-41038-41039-41040-E                                 (T)
TOU-BIP        Time-Of-Use-General Service Base Interruptible Program43613-43401-41834-43402-E
                .......................................................... 43403-44623-44413-44205-44414-43618-44624-E
TOU-EV-3       General Service Time-Of-Use Electric Vehicle Charging ............. 45282-43078-42468-E
TOU-EV-4       General Service - Time-Of-Use Electric Vehicle Charging Demand Metered
                ................................................................................. 45283-43079-39904-38417-42470-E
TOU-GS-1        General Service - Non Demand..................45284-43080-45285-42471-38687-38424-E
                .................................................................................................................... 38425-38426-E




                                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                                         Issued by                                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                 Akbar Jazayeri                              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                          Vice President                              Effective     Sep 4, 2009
4H9                                                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                                   Revised         Cal. PUC Sheet No.              45232-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                        Cancelling         Revised         Cal. PUC Sheet No.              45104-E


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                                                                (Continued)
                                                         RATE SCHEDULES
                                                            (Continued)

Schedule                                                      Cal. P.U.C.
 No.                                                        Title of Sheet                                                           Sheet No.
TOU-GS-3     Time-of-Use General Service Demand Metered ......................... 45286-45287-41082-E
                     ............................................................. 44520-45288-41085-41086-41087-41088-E
TOU-GS-3-CPP Time-of-Use Demand Metered General Service Critical Peak .....................................
                 Pricing Volumetric Charge Discount .................. 45289-45290-43410-43620-43621-E
                     ..................................................43412-41095-45291-41097-41098-41099-41100-E
TOU-GS-3-SOP Time-of-Use General Service Super Off Peak Demand Metered .......45292-45293-E
                     ...........................41103-41104-41105-42478-41107-41108-41109-41110-45193-E                                          (T)
TOU-8            General Service - Large ..............45294-45295-45296-43084-38462-38463-38464-E
                     ...........................38465-38466-38467-38468-45194-39920-38471-38472-38473-E                                          (T)
TOU-8-BU   Time-of-Use, General Service, Large, Back-Up Service ................45297-45298-45299-E
           ............................................................43085-34932-42486-39924-33846-33847-33848-E
TOU-8-CPP        Time-Of-Use, General Service – Large Critical Peak Pricing .......................................
                     ............... 45300-45301-45302-45303-43623-43624-43625-43416-43417-42940-E
                     .....................................................................................38710-38488-38489-38711-E
TOU-8-CPP-GCCD Time-of-Use-General Service-Large Critical Peak Pricing-.......................................
                     Generation Capacity Charge Discount.......................45304-45305-45306-45307-E
                     ...........................43087-43626-43627-43420-39928-38499-42494-38713-38502-E
                     ............................................................................................................38503-38504-E
                                                AGRICULTURAL/PUMPING
AP-I             Agricultural and Pumping - Interruptible .......................44826-44827-44828-44829-E
PA-1             Power - Agricultural and Pumping (Connected Load Basis)................45308-35003-E
                     ...................................... 39936-40627-38529-42495-38717-38718-38533-38534-E
PA-2             Power - Agricultural and Pumping (Demand Basis)................. 45309-43088-39939-E
                     ......................................................................... 41134-42496-41136-41137-41138-E




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(To be inserted by utility)                                          Issued by                             (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                  Akbar Jazayeri                          Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                           Vice President                          Effective     Sep 4, 2009
5H9                                                                                                        Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                                   Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                   45233-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                       Cancelling          Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                   45109-E


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                                                    RATE SCHEDULES
                                                       (Continued)
Schedule                                                                                                                       Cal. P.U.C.
 No.                                                       Title of Sheet                                                          No.

                                                 AGRICULTURAL/PUMPING
                                                               (Continued)
PA-RTP              Agricultural and Pumping - Large, Real Time Pricing ............ 45195-45311-43089-E                                            (T)
                        ............................................................39942-41143-42498-41145-41146-41147-E
TOU-PA              Time-of-Use, Agricultural and Pumping.......................45312-45313-43090-38556-E
                        ............................................................39946-40987-42500-40989-40990-40991-E
TOU-PA-CPP          Time-of-Use, Agricultural and Pumping Critical Peak Pricing......................................
                        .....................................45314-45315-43632-43633-43634-38566-38567-42502-E
                        ...................................................................................38725-38726-38571-38572-E
TOU-PA-5            Time-of-Use, Agricultural and Pumping, Demand Metered ............... 45316-45317-E
                    .................................................... 38575-38576-39949-42504-40994-40995-40996-E
TOU-PA-7            Agricultural Water Pumping - Large Alternate Power Source......................................
                    ................. 45318-45319-45320-45321-43093-38587-39955-41229-42509-41231-E
                    .............................................................................................................. 41232-41233-E
TOU-PA-ICE          Time-of Use, Agricultural and Pumping Internal Combustion .....................................
                    Engine Conversion Program ........................................45196-45322-43094-38876-E                                     (T)
                    ...................................................... 38877-42511-38879-38880-38881-38882-3883-E
TOU-PA-SOP          Time-of-Use, Agricultural and Pumping, Super Off-Peak - Demand Metered ............
                    ......45323-45324-43095-38597-39958-38599-41234-42513-41236-41237-41238-E

                               STREET & AREA LIGHTING/TRAFFIC CONTROL

AL-2                Outdoor Area Lighting Service - Metered ........................................... 45325-42514-E
DWL                 Residential Walkway Lighting ...............45326-45327-35119-35120-35121-42515-E
LS-1                Lighting - Street and Highway (Company-owned System) ............... 45328-45329-E
                    .................................................... 40629-35126-41166-35128-41167-35130-42516-E
LS-2                Lighting - Street and Highway (Customer-owned Installation) - Unmetered Service ..
                    ......45421-45422-45332-45333-41547-41548-41549-41550-45423-45424-45425-E
                    .......................................................................................45426-45427-45428-45429-E
LS-3                Lighting - Street and Highway (Customer-owned Installation) - Metered Service.......
                    .......................................................................................45334-35144-39972-42519-E
OL-1                Outdoor Area Lighting Service .....................................45335-40632-35149-42520-E
TC-1                Traffic Control Service ........................................................................ 45336-39977-E




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(To be inserted by utility)                                        Issued by                                (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                Akbar Jazayeri                             Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                         Vice President                             Effective     Sep 4, 2009
6H9                                                                                                         Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                                      Revised         Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  45234-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                           Cancelling         Revised         Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  44612-E


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                                                          RATE SCHEDULES
                                                             (Continued)
Schedule                                                                                                                              Cal. P.U.C.
 No.                                                       Title of Sheet                                                               Sheet No.
                                                               OTHER
BG-NEM     Experimental Biogas Net Energy Metering 43573-43574-43575-43576-43577-43593-E
           ................................................................................................................... 43578-43594-E
BSC-IMO    Bundled Service Customer-Interval Meter Ownership .................45197-25700-25701-E                                                    (T)
CBP        Capacity Bidding Program... 43635-45198-45199-41706-44877-45200-45201-45202-E                                                              |
           ...............................................................................................................................43639-E    (T)
CCA-CRS    Community Choice Aggregation Cost Responsibility Surcharge ........... 44712-45203-E
CCA-INFO   Community Choice Aggregation-Information Fees37964-37965-37966-37967-37968-E                                                              (T)
CCA-SF     Community Choice Aggregation Service Fees........................................ 39981-39982-E
           .................................. 39983-39984-39985-39986-39987-39988-39989-39990-39991-E
CC-DSF     Customer Choice - Discretionary Service Fees................ 44134-44135-44136-44137-E
           .......................44138-44139-45071-44141-44142-44143-44144-44145-44146-44147-E
CGDL-CRS Customer Generation Departing Load – Cost Responsibility Surcharge ...........43773-E
           ......................................................... 42959-45489-42961-42962-42963-42964-40001-E
CREST      California Renewable Energy Small Tariff ............................44056-44057-45135-45136
DA-CRS     Direct Access – Cost Responsibility Surcharge.... 44714-45487-45488-45339-45489-E
           ............................................................................................45341-44720-44721-44722-E
DAEBSC-CRS Direct Access Eligible Bundled Service Customers-Cost ResponsibilitySurcharge.........
           ............................................................................................42969-45490-42971-42972-E
DA-RCSC    Direct Access Revenue Cycle Services Credits ...............40004-41590-44164-44165-E
           ....................................................................................................... 41593-41594-45204-E
DBP        Demand Bidding Program ...45205-45206-45207-43431-45208-43433-39859-45209-E                                                               (T)
DL-NBC     Departing Load - Nonbypassable Charges.............................................. 43776-43777-E                                         |
ESP-DSF    Energy Service Provider - Discretionary Service Fees................ 44148-44149-44150-E                                                  (T)
           ...........44151-45079-44153-44154-44155-44156-44157-44158-44159-44160-44161-E
ESP-NDSF   Energy Service Provider - Non Discretionary Service Fees.................... 40762-40763-E
FC-NEM     Fuel Cell Electrical Generating Facility Net Energy Metering & ..........................43579-E
           Interconnection Agreement ............ 43580-43581-43582-43595-43583-43596-43597-E
GMS        Generation Municipal Surcharge..........................................................................45080-E
GSN        EnvestSCE Equipment Service ...........................................17880-17881-17882-17883-E
NEM        Net Energy Metering 44760-43585-43586-43587-43588-43589-43598-43590-43599-E
NMDL       New Municipal Departing Load ...... 43778-44572-43686-45081-40316-40313-40317-E
           ................................................................................ 40318-40319-40320-40321-40322-E
OBF        On-Bill Financing Program ....................................................................... 41743-41744-E
OBMC       Optional Binding Mandatory Curtailment ..................................... 43644-29799-43645-E
PC-TBS     Procurement Charge Transitional Bundled Service ........40010-38144-38145-38146-E
PVS        Experimental Photovoltaic Service........................................................... 19770-19771-E
PVS-2      On-Grid Photovoltaic Service .................................................................. 19518-19519-E
RF-E       Surcharge to Fund Public Utilities Commission Reimbursement Fee ................42723-E
S          Standby .............................................................................41613-45343-45344-45345-E
           .................................. 45346-41615-41198-43101-41286-41617-42521-42522-41597-E
SE         Service Establishment Charge ............................................................................45086-E
SLRP       Scheduled Load Reduction Program .................... 45210-43438-40493-43647-43648-E
           ............................................................................................40496-40497-43649-40499-E
UCLT       Utility-Controlled Load Tests ...............................................................................39188-E                      (T)
VPRC       Voluntary Power Reduction Credit ........................ 28648-28649-26740-28650-26742-E
WATER      Water Agency Tariff for Eligible Renewables........................44060-44061-45137-45138
WI-FI-1    Schedule WI-FI Pilot Wireless Fidelity Rate .....................45347-43036-43037-43038-E
WTR        Wireless Technology Rate.................................................45348-36767-43040-42523-E
                        LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS
LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS .......... 31106-31079-41515-41516-28418-36203-24944-E
            17894-17895-17896-45211-17898-27171-44610-33545-45212-26971-E                                                                            (T)




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(To be inserted by utility)                                            Issued by                              (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                    Akbar Jazayeri                           Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                             Vice President                           Effective     Sep 4, 2009
7H12                                                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                                   Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  45235-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                        Cancelling         Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  45106-E


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                                                                RULES
Rule                                                                                                                          Cal. P.U.C.
 No.                                                         Title of Sheet                                                    Sheet No.

  1        Definitions ........................ 40017-40018-40019-36435-29491-44281-44282-28655-22920-E
           ........................................................................................ 22921-43786-45213-22924-45214-E                (T)
  2        Description of Service ............................ 22926-22927-22928-25264-22930-22931-22932-E
           ................... 22933-22934-43165-45215-43166-45090-22937-22938-22939-44238-45216-E                                                 (T)
 3         Application for Service ...................................................................................... 22942-22943-E
 4         Contracts ........................................................................................................... 38154-39859-E
 5         Special Information Required on Forms ................................... 27742-27743-44239-31052-E
 6         Establishment and Re-establishment of Credit ............................................... 22950-22951-E
 7         Deposits ............................................................................................................ 22952-22953-E
 8         Notices .............................................................................................................. 27746-27747-E
 9         Rendering and Payment of Bills .......................... 29956-40633-45217-36745-4076745092-E                                          (T)
10         Disputed Bills .................................................................................................... 27748-27749-E
11         Discontinuance and Restoration of Service ................. 22964-44240-22966-22967-22968-E
           ..........................................................................................22969-22970-22971-4076845093-E
12         Rates and Optional Rates ................................................................................ 40634-35618-E
13         Temporary Service .......................................................................................................24683-E
14         Shortage of Supply and Interruption of Delivery .............................................. 22976-26339-E
15         Distribution Line Extensions .........24684-24685-24686-4316745094-27026-27027-27028-E
           ..........4316845095-28091-33598-33599-33600-33601-4316945096-43170-37283-33605-E
16         Service Extensions.................................. 24700-24701-27143-24703-24704-24705-27144-E
           ................... 24707-24708-24709-24710-24711-33962-33963-24714-24715-24716-24717-E
17         Adjustment of Bills and Meter Tests ............................. 19616-19617-45365-19619-19620-E
18         Supply to Separate Premises and Use by Others ........................................... 44118-44119-E
20         Replacement of Overhead With Underground Electric Facilities
           .............................................................................31867-23019-23020-31868-26177-31869-E
21         Generating Facility Interconnections ...... 36865-36866-39415-36868-41287-41288-41289-E
           ....... 41290-41291-41292-41293-41294-41295-41296-41297-41298-41299-41300-41301-E
           ....... 41302-41303-41304-41305-41306-41307-41308-41309-41310-41311-41312-41313-E
           ....... 41314-41315-41316-41317-41318-41319-41320-41321-41322-41323-41324-41325-E
           ......................................................41326-41327-41328-41329-41330-41331-41332-41333-E
22         Direct Access.........40020-24285-24286-24287-31056-27752-31057-30002-30003-24293-E
           ....... 24294-25943-25114-24297-25944-24299-25818-25819-25820-25821-25822-25823-E
           ....... 24306-24307-25824-25825-24310-24311-24312-24313-31058-24315-24316-24317-E
           ....... 24318-24319-24320-24852-24322-24853-24324-40021-24326-24327-24328-24329-E
           .................................................................................................... 24330-24331-24332-24333-E
22.1       Switching Exemption Guidelines.........................40956-35620-40957-40958-40959-35624-E
22.2       Direct Access Service for Qualified Nonprofit Charitable Organizations.....................41804-E
23         Community Choice Aggregation ........................40024-40025-40026-40027-40028-40029-E
           ....... 40030-40031-40032-40033-40034-40035-40036-40037-43670-40039-40040-40041-E
           ...... 40042-40043-40044-40045-40046-40047-40048-40049-40050-40051-40052-40053--E
           ......................................................40054-40055-40056-40057-40058-40059-40060-40061-E
23.2       Community Choice Aggregation Open Season .................... 40062-40063-43671-43672-E




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(To be inserted by utility)                                         Issued by                               (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                 Akbar Jazayeri                            Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                          Vice President                            Effective     Sep 4, 2009
8H9                                                                                                         Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                                     Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                 45236-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                          Cancelling         Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                 44835-E


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                                                        BASELINE REGIONS
Form                                                                                                                           Cal. P.U.C.
No.                                                                                                                            Sheet No.

Index of Communities .........................................................28389-28390-28391-28392-45218-28394-E                                 (T)
Baseline Regions Map ....................................................................................................................8314-E
Boundary Descriptions for Baseline Regions Map 11856-11857-11858-11859-11860-11861-11862-E


                                                           SAMPLE FORMS
Form                                                                                                                           Cal. P.U.C.
No.                                         Applications and Agreements for Service                                            Sheet No.

CSD-272             Application and Contract for Electric Service.........................................................44242-E                   (D)
CSD-274             Application and Contract for Electric Facilities Where Full Advance
                      Payment is Required - Temporary Service.........................................................23080-E
CSD-275             Application and Contract for Electric Facilities Where Full Advance
                      Payment is Not Required - Temporary Service..................................................23081-E
CSD-374             Application and Contract for Schedule No. DWL ....................................................4536-E
CSD-393             Application and Contract for Electric Facilities Permanent Service -
                      Capacity in Excess of 2,000 kVa ..........................................................................7005-E
14-190              Application and Contract for Schedule No. DWL, Customer-Owned
                      Walkway Facilities .................................................................................................8713-E
14-256              Contract for Interruptible Service Agricultural and Pumping .................................44830-E                            (T)
14-309              Domestic Multifamily Accommodation Submetered Declaration ..........................39041-E
14-310              Application and Contract for Electric Service, Schedule DS.................................44244-E
14-314              Incremental Sales Rate Agreement.......................................................................28658-E                  (T)
14-315              Contract for Interruptible Service ...........................................................................43441-E
14-317              Declaration and Rate Election for Large Agricultural Water
                      Pumping Accounts ..............................................................................................10875-E
14-318              Real Time Pricing Schedule RTP-2 Participation Agreement...............................26139-E
14-332              Amendment to Contract for Interruptible Service ............................................. 43442-E




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(To be inserted by utility)                                           Issued by                               (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                   Akbar Jazayeri                            Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                            Vice President                            Effective     Sep 4, 2009
9H9                                                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                                  Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  45237-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                      Cancelling          Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  45145-E


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                                                        SAMPLE FORMS
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Form                                                                                                                          Cal. P.U.C.
No.                                      Applications and Agreements for Service                                              Sheet No.
14-459         Momentary Parallel Generation Agreement .........................................................27758-E
14-499         Customer Application, Citrus Growers Payment Deferral Program......................42189-E
14-499-1       Attachment to Customer Application, Citrus Producers Utility Bill
                 Deferral Program .................................................................................................42190-E
14-523         Economic Development Rate Agreement (Existing Installation) ..........................16545-E
14-524         Economic Development Rate Agreement .............................................................18686-E
14-526         California Alternate Rates For Energy (CARE) Program
                 For Qualified Nonprofit Group Living Facilities ...................................................44009-E
14-548         Permanent Change in Operating Conditions Declaration ....................................44245-E
14-605         Pay As You Grow, Special Conditions PA-1 and PA-2 .........................................27759-E
14-606         Electronic Data Interchange (Energy Bill) Invoicing Agreement ..........................25989-E
14-613         Residential Guaranty ..............................................................................................44246-E
14-620         Application for California Alternate Rates for Energy
                 (CARE) Program for Qualified Agricultural Employee Housing ........................38854-E
14-637         Contribution to Margin Agreement .........................................................................24148-E
14-641         Schedule RTP Non-Disclosure Agreement ...........................................................21151-E
14-642         Environmental Pricing Credit Agreement...............................................................24151-E
14-643         Time-Related Demand Aggregation Service Agreement......................................24152-E
14-653         Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing - Virtual Net Metering Interconnection
               Agreement ..............................................................................................................44755-E
14-654         Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing – Virtual Net Metering Allocation
               Request Form .........................................................................................................44756-E
14-685         Agreement For Parking Lot Lighting Service SCE-Owned System
                  Schedule LS-1 ....................................................................................................27760-E
14-686         Voluntary Power Reduction Credit Agreement Between Customer and
               Southern California Edison Company (SCE).........................................................26743-E
14-687         Application And Contract For Electric Service For
                 Schedule WTR, Wireless Technology Rate .......................................................43041-E
14-697         Proposal to Purchase and Agreement for Transfer of
                  Ownership of Distribution Systems ....................................................................27761-E
14-730         Back-Up Service Agreement Between Customer and Southern California
                 Edison Company (SCE) ......................................................................................29169-E
14-731         Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement ....................................................31119-E
14-732         Generating Facility Interconnection Application ....................................................45223-E                        (T)
14-733         Renewable and Alternative Power Public Water and Wastewater Agency
               Agreement ..............................................................................................................45139-E
14-734         Renewable and Alternative Power Public Water and Wastewater Agency
               Excess Agreement .................................................................................................45140-E
14-735         Southern California Edison Company (SCE), Large Power Interruptible
                 Rate Schedules Insurance Declaration ..............................................................28829-E
14-736         Southern California Edison Company (SCE), Large Power Interruptible
                 Rate Schedules Essential Use and Exempt Customer Declaration ..................28830-E
14-738         Agreement For Customer Participating in Demand Bidding Program
               and Interruptible Load Aggregation Option Under Interruptible
               Rate Schedules ......................................................................................................29804-E




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(To be inserted by utility)                                        Issued by                               (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                Akbar Jazayeri                            Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                         Vice President                            Effective     Sep 4, 2009
10H10                                                                                                      Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                                        Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  45238-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                             Cancelling         Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  44017-E


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                                                             SAMPLE FORMS
                                                               (Continued)
Form                                                                                                                                     Cal. P.U.C.
 No.                                    Applications and Agreements for Service                                                           Sheet No.
14-739   Scheduled Load Reduction Program Agreement Between Customer
            and Southern California Edison Company.............................................................43443-E
14-740   Optional Binding Mandatory Curtailment Agreement ...............................................43444-E
14-741   Demand Bidding Program .........................................................................................45224-E                        (T)
14-742   Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement (3rd Party Non-Exporting)..............31121-E
14-743   Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement (3rd Party Inadvertent-Exporting) ..31122-E
14-744   Customer Generation Agreement .............................................................................31123-E
14-745   Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement (Inadvertent-Export)......................31124-E
14-746   Medical Baseline Allowance Application ..................................................................45225-E                               (T)
14-747SC Medical Baseline Allowance Self Certification ..........................................................31681-E
14-748   SCE Bill Manager® Service Agreement .....................................................................42441-E
14-749   Customer Physical Assurance Agreement ...............................................................41619-E
14-750   Biogas Digester Electrical Generating Facility Net Energy
             Metering and Interconnection Agreement.............................................................39630-E
14-752   Technical Assistance Incentive Application ..............................................................35208-E
14-753   Application For A Net Energy Metering And Generating Facility
           Interconnection Agreement......................................................................................36436-E
14-755   Fuel Cell Electrical Generating Facility Net Energy Metering and............................39631-E
         Interconnection Agreement
14-756   Direct Access Customer Relocation/Replacement Declaration ...............................36269-E
14-758   Economic Development Rate-Attraction Agreement ................................................43016-E
14-759   Economic Development Rate-Expansion Agreement ..............................................43017-E
14-760   Economic Development Rate-Retention Agreement................................................43018-E
14-771   Application for California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) Program
         for Migrant Farm Worker Housing Centers (MFHC) ................................................38855-E
14-772   Affidavit For Economic Development Rates .............................................................39116-E
14-773   Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement for Combined Technologies
         ....................................................................................................................................45226-E    (T)
14-775   Notice By Aggregator To Add/Delete Customer Service Accounts
         For Capacity Bidding Program (CBP) .......................................................................43651-E
14-776   Capacity Bidding Program Participant Agreement ...................................................44880-E
14-777   Capacity Bidding Program Aggregator Agreement ..................................................45227-E                                        (T)
14-778   On-Bill Financing Program Loan Agreement ............................................................41745-E
14-779   Notice By Aggregator To Add/Delete Customer Service Accounts .........................14839-E
14-780   Time-of-Use Base Interruptible Program Aggregator Agreement............................41842-E
14-782   California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE)/Family Electric Rate Assistance
         (FERA) Program (Single Family Dwelling with SCE Meter) .....................................45160-E
14-782-1 Recertification CARE/FERA ......................................................................................40637-E
14-783   California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE)/Family Electric Rate Assistance
         (FERA) Program (Sub-metered Tenant)...................................................................45161-E
14-802   Recertification Notice (CARE/FERA) .......................................................................45162-E
14-803   Final Recertification Notice (CARE/FERA) ...............................................................45163-E
16-323   Service Adjustment Agreement (Military Base Closures).........................................18753-E
16-324   Agricultural and Pumping Real Time Pricing,
             Schedule PA-RTP, Participation Agreement, Form 16-324 .................................26140-E                                             (D)
16-339   Schedule TOU-PA-7, Agricultural Water Pumping - Large,
             Alternate Power Source.........................................................................................27762-E
16-340   Interconnection Agreement for Residential
             Photovoltaic Solar-Electric Generating
             Facilities of 10 Kilowatts or Less............................................................................21726-E
16-342   Power Purchase Agreement for Residential Photovoltaic Solar-Electrical
         Generating Facilities of 10 Kilowatts or Less .........................................................21727-E




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(To be inserted by utility)                                              Issued by                               (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                      Akbar Jazayeri                            Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                               Vice President                            Effective     Sep 4, 2009
11H10                                                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                                   Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  45239-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                       Cancelling          Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  45146-E


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                                               SAMPLE FORMS (Continued)
Form                                                                                                                         Cal. P.U.C.
No.                                                                                                                          Sheet No.
                                 Applications and Agreements for Line Extensions
C 200        Assignment of Contract for Extension of Lines or Installation of
              Electric Facilities.......................................................................................................27352-E
14-188       Terms and Conditions Agreement for Installation of Line
              Extension by Applicant.............................................................................................33606-E
14-189       Distribution Line Extension Competitive Bidding – Letter of Understanding............27032-E
14-202       Agreement for Extension of Overhead Electric Line
               (Exceptional Case) ................................................................................................27763-E
14-203       Agreement for Extension of Underground Electric Line
               (Exceptional Case) Partial Installation by Applicant..............................................27764-E
14-754       Distribution Line and/or Service Extension –Applicant’s Installation Option and
             Statement of Applicant’s Contract Anticipated Costs ...............................................35669-E
14-761       Rule 15 Refundable/Discount Option Estimate, Extension of Electric
             Distribution Line- Installation by Applicant- Appendix A ...........................................36466-E
14-785       Renewable and Alternative Power California Renewable Energy Small Tariff
             CREST Excess Agreement .......................................................................................45141-E
14-786       Renewable and Alternative Power California Renewable Energy Small Tariff
             CREST Agreement ....................................................................................................45142-E
16-330       Contract for Extension of Electric Distribution
               Line, Rule No. 15 .................................. ................................................................45098-E
16-331       Contract for Extension of Electric Distribution
               Line, Rule No. 15, Installation by Applicant...........................................................45099-E
                                                        Other Agreements
C-352           Agreement and Bill of Sale.......................................................................................4354-E
C-352-2         Agreement For Installation and Conveyance of Facilities .....................................27765-E
CSD-179         Request for a Change of Rate Schedule ..............................................................44241-E
CSD-436         Absolving Service Agreement ...............................................................................27766-E
CSD-443         Letter of Agreement .................................................................................................4686-E
14-69           Agreement for Work Done at Applicant's Request Where
                   Advance Deposit/Payment is Required ............................................................44243-E
14-81-1         General Service Time-of-Use Pricing Study, Customer
                   Information Form (Energy) ..................................................................................5258-E
14-81-2         General Service Time-of-Use Pricing Study, Customer
                Information Form (Demand).....................................................................................5259-E               (D)
14-128          Commercial/Industrial Chiller Control Test Program Agreement .........................27767-E
14-192          Residential Hotel Eligibility Declaration for Schedule No. DM ..............................11158-E
14-316          Recreational Vehicle Park Eligibility Declaration for
                  Schedule No. DM ................................................................................................10605-E
14-319          Eligibility Declaration for Schedule No. DMS-1 .....................................................11159-E
14-320          Eligibility Declaration for Schedule No. DMS-2 .....................................................11160-E
14-324          Demand Control - Meter Contact Agreement........................................................27768-E
14-327          Application and Eligibility Declaration for Schedule No. D ....................................11334-E
14-386          Attachment Agreement for Illuminated Decorations on
                  Ornamental Street Light Poles ............................................................................45221-E                (T)
14-540          Eligibility Declaration for Schedule DMS-3 ............................................................17030-E
14-599-4        Friendly Reminder Notification Program................................................................25931-E




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Advice     2344-E                                                 Akbar Jazayeri                            Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                          Vice President                            Effective     Sep 4, 2009
12H8                                                                                                        Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                               Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  45240-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                    Cancelling         Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  42398-E*


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                                             Collection/Disconnect Notices




CSD-470              Notice of Termination - Electric Service ........................................................13085-E

14-258               Notice of Call - Meter Test ............................................................................13096-E
14-457               Payment Receipt ...........................................................................................16557-E         (D)
14-558               Deposit Final Call Notice................................................................................18111-E           (D)
14-564               Local Office Payment Receipt ......................................................................45222-E                 (T)
14-589               Closed Account Overdue Notice ..................................................................42375-E
14-590               Closed Account Collection Notice ................................................................42376-E
14-591               Closed Account Final Collection Notice .......................................................42377-E
14-592               Closed Account Notice of Transfer ...............................................................19626-E
14-593               Closed Account Transfer Notice ...................................................................32118-E
14-631               Southern California Edison Repair Person Was Here Today ......................36849-E
14-656               Request To Pay Deposit................................................................................42378-E
14-657               Disconnection Notice, Past Due Security Deposit ........................................42379-E
14-658               Deposit Urgent Notice....................................................................................42380-E
14-659               Deposit Receipt..............................................................................................42381-E
14-664               Past Due Service Termination Notice ...........................................................42386-E
14-665               Disconnection Notice, Past Due Utility Service and Other Services ............42387-E
14-666               Urgent Notice .................................................................................................42388-E
14-667               Disconnection Notice, Returned Check ........................................................42389-E




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Advice     2344-E                                              Akbar Jazayeri                           Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                       Vice President                           Effective     Sep 4, 2009
15H12                                                                                                   Resolution
    Southern California Edison                                                              Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  42659-E*
    Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                     Cancelling       Revised          Cal. PUC Sheet No.                  42410-E*


                                                                Experimental Schedule PPP                                   Sheet 1
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    APPLICABILITY


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    SCE and agree to be provided service under this Schedule as part of the PEAK Plus+ Pilot
    Partnership (Pilot) approved by the Commission in Decision 06-03-024. This Schedule is not
    applicable to customers concurrently receiving service under Schedules TOU-D-1, TOU-D-2, D-




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    FERA, DE, DM, DMS-1, DMS-2, DMS-3, DS, S, NEM, BG-NEM, FC-NEM or Medical Baseline.
    Service under this Schedule will be closed to new customers upon reaching a participation level
    satisfactory to meet desired Pilot results, as determined by SCE. This Schedule is effective
    January 1, 2008 through January 1, 2009, unless otherwise terminated or extended by the
    Commission.

    TERRITORY
    Within the entire territory served.

    RATES
    All charges from electric rate Schedule D or Schedule D-CARE shall apply. Customers who
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    achieve usage reduction below their Customer Specific Reference Level (CSRL) will receive a
    credit on their bill based on the difference between their calculated CSRL and their recorded
    reduced usage during an event.
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    Advice     2134-E                                                 Akbar Jazayeri                     Date Filed Jun 18, 2007
    Decision                                                          Vice President                     Effective     Jul 1, 2007
    1C20                                                                                                 Resolution M-4819
Southern California Edison                                       Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No. 42411-E*
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                  Cancelling   Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No. 40406-E
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                                         Experimental Schedule PPP                        Sheet 2
                                          PEAK PLUS PILOT (C)

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SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1. PEAK Plus Events: SCE, at its discretion, shall call no more than 15 events throughout the          (C)




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   Friday, non-holidays. Holidays are New Year's Day (January 1), Washington's Birthday (third         |
   Monday in February), Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4), Labor            |
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2. Event Energy Credit: Credits are based on a customer achieving a reduction of usage below           |
   that of the customer’s calculated Customer Specific Reference Level. The Event Energy Credit        |
   equals the sum of the customers’ hourly usage reductions during all events called during a          |
   billing cycle, multiplied by the PEAK Plus Event Credit. The Event Energy Credit will not be        |
   capped by any bill limiter provision, including, but not limited to, the minimum charge provision   |
   described in the applicable domestic rate schedule.                                                 |
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3. Customer Specific Reference Level (CSRL): CSRL kWh equals the average usage, from 2:00              |
   pm to 6:00 pm, for the 3 highest usage days out of the 5 previous weekdays, excluding holidays      |
   and PEAK Plus Event days.
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4. Event Notification: When a PEAK Plus Event is scheduled, attempts will be made to notify            |
   customers using a pre-designated primary land line or other pre-designated means of                 |
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   before a “PEAK Plus Event." Customers are encouraged to maintain an operating answering             |
   machine in order to increase success for notification of day-ahead event.                           (C)

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Advice     1668-E               John R. Fielder                  Date Filed Dec 5, 2002
Decision                      Senior Vice President              Effective     Jan 14, 2003
1C8                                                              Resolution
FINAL CALL . . . Disconnection of Service Notice                                                     DATE OF NOTICE                TIME      BY


No Further Notice Will Be Given Before Service Is Disconnected.                                      CUSTOMER ACCOUNT NO.

Your service is now scheduled to be disconnected. This is your final notification to pay
the amount past due. DO NOT MAIL PAYMENT – it may not be received in time. If                        SERVICE ACCOUNT NO.

your payment is not received in a Southern California Edison authorized payment
location before the date shown next to “PAYMENT REQUIRED BY”, we will disconnect                     CUSTOMER NAME AND ADDRESS
your service without further notice. If disconnected, your service will be restored only
after the utility service past due amount and a reconnection charge have been paid at a
Southern California Edison authorized payment location and credit is reestablished. In
addition, a field assignment charge may appear on your next bill.
If you are unable to pay this bill, please call us IMMEDIATELY           IMPORTANT
to discuss payment arrangements. We can also provide you              Please present this
with information about special programs or agencies that may          notice and your bill
                                                                                                     PAYMENT IS REQUIRED BY   UTILITY SERVICE PAST DUE
be available to assist you.                                           when paying the                                         AMOUNT
                                                                      amount due.
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FINAL CALL . . . Disconnection of Service Notice                                                     DATE OF NOTICE                TIME      BY


No Further Notice Will Be Given Before Service Is Disconnected.                                      CUSTOMER ACCOUNT NO.

Your service is now scheduled to be disconnected. This is your final notification to pay
the amount past due. DO NOT MAIL PAYMENT – it may not be received in time. If                        SERVICE ACCOUNT NO.

your payment is not received in a Southern California Edison authorized payment
location before the date shown next to “PAYMENT REQUIRED BY”, we will disconnect                     CUSTOMER NAME AND ADDRESS
your service without further notice. If disconnected, your service will be restored only
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after the utility service past due amount and a reconnection charge have been paid at a
Southern California Edison authorized payment location and credit is reestablished. In
addition, a field assignment charge may appear on your next bill.
If you are unable to pay this bill, please call us IMMEDIATELY           IMPORTANT
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to discuss payment arrangements. We can also provide you              Please present this
with information about special programs or agencies that may          notice and your bill
                                                                                                     PAYMENT IS REQUIRED BY   UTILITY SERVICE PAST DUE
be available to assist you.                                           when paying the                                         AMOUNT
                                                                      amount due.
To find your nearest Southern California Edison authorized                                           OTHER SERVICE PAST DUE AMOUNT
payment location, please call 1 (800) 950-2356
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No Further Notice Will Be Given Before Service Is Disconnected.                                      CUSTOMER ACCOUNT NO.
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Your service is now scheduled to be disconnected. This is your final notification to pay
the amount past due. DO NOT MAIL PAYMENT – it may not be received in time. If                        SERVICE ACCOUNT NO.

your payment is not received in a Southern California Edison authorized payment
location before the date shown next to “PAYMENT REQUIRED BY”, we will disconnect                     CUSTOMER NAME AND ADDRESS
your service without further notice. If disconnected, your service will be restored only
after the utility service past due amount and a reconnection charge have been paid at a
Southern California Edison authorized payment location and credit is reestablished. In
addition, a field assignment charge may appear on your next bill.
If you are unable to pay this bill, please call us IMMEDIATELY           IMPORTANT
to discuss payment arrangements. We can also provide you              Please present this
with information about special programs or agencies that may          notice and your bill
                                                                                                     PAYMENT IS REQUIRED BY   UTILITY SERVICE PAST DUE
be available to assist you.                                           when paying the                                         AMOUNT
                                                                      amount due.
To find your nearest Southern California Edison authorized                                           OTHER SERVICE PAST DUE AMOUNT
payment location, please call 1 (800) 950-2356
                                                             For Additional Information,
                                                                                                                                                  ☎
                                                                                                     24-HOUR TELEPHONE NO.
                                                             Please See Reverse Side

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PAYING YOUR BILL                                                                             FIELD ASSIGNMENT CHARGE
   • By Mail — Send payment in the enclosed envelope                                            A Field Assignment Charge may appear on your next bill if SCE visits your premises
   • In Person — Pay at any Southern California Edison (SCE) authorized payment                 because of failure to pay your bill.
                                                                                             RULES AND RATES
     location                                                                                   The full extent of SCE’s rules and rates are available for inspection upon request and
   • Electronically — Call us for electronic payment options                                    at www.sce.com.
   • Unable to Pay — Call us now, if you need to make payment arrangements or                DISPUTED BILLS
     information on agencies to assist you                                                      If you believe your bill is incorrect, call us as soon as you receive it and we will provide
TRUST TRANSFER AMOUNT                                                                           you with a prompt explanation.
                                                                                                If you are still unsatisfied after the SCE review, you may send a written complaint to
   • The Trust Transfer Amount reflects the Fixed Transition Amount (FTA), chargeable           the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) at the address below. To inquire
     to residential and small commercial customers pursuant to state law and a financing        about this procedure by telephone, call the CPUC at 1-800-649-7570, (TDD) 213-897-
     order issued by the California Public Utilities Commission. The Trust Transfer             0426. To avoid termination of service while disputing a bill, you must pay the bill or
     Amount is the property of SCE Funding LLC and is collected by Southern California          send the payment amount to the CPUC before the past due date.
     Edison solely as servicing agent for SCE Funding LLC.                                      The CPUC accepts payment only for matters that relate directly to the accuracy of
                                                                                                your bill.
PAST DUE BILLS
                                                                                                Your complaint should include the following:
   • The bill is due when you receive it and becomes past due 19 days after date                     • A copy of your bill
     prepared                                                                                        • A letter explaining why you think SCE did not follow the rules or rates
   • If a residential customer claims an inability to pay and SCE does not offer payment             • A check or money order for the amount you are disputing made payable to
     arrangements, he/she may contact the California Public Utilities Commission                       CPUC
     (CPUC)                                                                                     Send the above items to:
                                                                                                     California Public Utilities Commission
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     your service will be terminated                                                                 505 Van Ness Ave.
   • Residential Service will not be terminated for non-payment of bills for other classes           San Francisco, CA 94102
     of service                                                                                      INTERNET ADDRESS: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov
   • Termination of electric service requires a reconnection charge                             While your complaint is being investigated, you are responsible for paying any new
                                                                                                SCE bills that become due. You must follow the above procedures for each bill you
   • Unpaid closing bills may be given to a Credit Reporting Agency                             are disputing. The CPUC will review your complaint and contact you with the results.
   • A deposit twice your maximum monthly bill may be required to reestablish credit on         Depending on the results of their investigation, the CPUC will either return your




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PAYING YOUR BILL                                                                             FIELD ASSIGNMENT CHARGE
   • By Mail — Send payment in the enclosed envelope                                            A Field Assignment Charge may appear on your next bill if SCE visits your premises
   • In Person — Pay at any Southern California Edison (SCE) authorized payment                 because of failure to pay your bill.
                                                                                             RULES AND RATES
     location                                                                                   The full extent of SCE’s rules and rates are available for inspection upon request and
   • Electronically — Call us for electronic payment options                                    at www.sce.com.
   • Unable to Pay — Call us now, if you need to make payment arrangements or                DISPUTED BILLS
     information on agencies to assist you                                                      If you believe your bill is incorrect, call us as soon as you receive it and we will provide
TRUST TRANSFER AMOUNT                                                                           you with a prompt explanation.
                                                                                                If you are still unsatisfied after the SCE review, you may send a written complaint to
   • The Trust Transfer Amount reflects the Fixed Transition Amount (FTA), chargeable           the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) at the address below. To inquire
     to residential and small commercial customers pursuant to state law and a financing
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     order issued by the California Public Utilities Commission. The Trust Transfer
     Amount is the property of SCE Funding LLC and is collected by Southern California
                                                                                                about this procedure by telephone, call the CPUC at 1-800-649-7570, (TDD) 213-897-
                                                                                                0426. To avoid termination of service while disputing a bill, you must pay the bill or
                                                                                                send the payment amount to the CPUC before the past due date.
     Edison solely as servicing agent for SCE Funding LLC.                                      The CPUC accepts payment only for matters that relate directly to the accuracy of
                                                                                                your bill.
PAST DUE BILLS
                                                                                                Your complaint should include the following:
   • The bill is due when you receive it and becomes past due 19 days after date                     • A copy of your bill
     prepared                                                                                        • A letter explaining why you think SCE did not follow the rules or rates
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   • If a residential customer claims an inability to pay and SCE does not offer payment             • A check or money order for the amount you are disputing made payable to
     arrangements, he/she may contact the California Public Utilities Commission                       CPUC
     (CPUC)                                                                                     Send the above items to:
                                                                                                     California Public Utilities Commission
   • You will have 15 days at your new address to pay a bill from a prior address before             State Office Building
     your service will be terminated                                                                 505 Van Ness Ave.
   • Residential Service will not be terminated for non-payment of bills for other classes           San Francisco, CA 94102
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     of service                                                                                      INTERNET ADDRESS: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov
   • Termination of electric service requires a reconnection charge                             While your complaint is being investigated, you are responsible for paying any new
                                                                                                SCE bills that become due. You must follow the above procedures for each bill you
   • Unpaid closing bills may be given to a Credit Reporting Agency                             are disputing. The CPUC will review your complaint and contact you with the results.
   • A deposit twice your maximum monthly bill may be required to reestablish credit on         Depending on the results of their investigation, the CPUC will either return your
     your account                                                                               payment to you or forward it to SCE to apply to your account.
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PAYING YOUR BILL                                                                             FIELD ASSIGNMENT CHARGE
   • By Mail — Send payment in the enclosed envelope                                            A Field Assignment Charge may appear on your next bill if SCE visits your premises
   • In Person — Pay at any Southern California Edison (SCE) authorized payment                 because of failure to pay your bill.
                                                                                             RULES AND RATES
     location                                                                                   The full extent of SCE’s rules and rates are available for inspection upon request and
   • Electronically — Call us for electronic payment options                                    at www.sce.com.
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   • Unable to Pay — Call us now, if you need to make payment arrangements or                DISPUTED BILLS
     information on agencies to assist you                                                      If you believe your bill is incorrect, call us as soon as you receive it and we will provide
TRUST TRANSFER AMOUNT                                                                           you with a prompt explanation.
                                                                                                If you are still unsatisfied after the SCE review, you may send a written complaint to
   • The Trust Transfer Amount reflects the Fixed Transition Amount (FTA), chargeable           the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) at the address below. To inquire
     to residential and small commercial customers pursuant to state law and a financing        about this procedure by telephone, call the CPUC at 1-800-649-7570, (TDD) 213-897-
     order issued by the California Public Utilities Commission. The Trust Transfer             0426. To avoid termination of service while disputing a bill, you must pay the bill or
     Amount is the property of SCE Funding LLC and is collected by Southern California          send the payment amount to the CPUC before the past due date.
     Edison solely as servicing agent for SCE Funding LLC.                                      The CPUC accepts payment only for matters that relate directly to the accuracy of
                                                                                                your bill.
PAST DUE BILLS
                                                                                                Your complaint should include the following:
   • The bill is due when you receive it and becomes past due 19 days after date                     • A copy of your bill
     prepared                                                                                        • A letter explaining why you think SCE did not follow the rules or rates
   • If a residential customer claims an inability to pay and SCE does not offer payment             • A check or money order for the amount you are disputing made payable to
     arrangements, he/she may contact the California Public Utilities Commission                       CPUC
     (CPUC)                                                                                     Send the above items to:
                                                                                                     California Public Utilities Commission
   • You will have 15 days at your new address to pay a bill from a prior address before             State Office Building
     your service will be terminated                                                                 505 Van Ness Ave.
   • Residential Service will not be terminated for non-payment of bills for other classes           San Francisco, CA 94102
     of service                                                                                      INTERNET ADDRESS: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov
   • Termination of electric service requires a reconnection charge                             While your complaint is being investigated, you are responsible for paying any new
                                                                                                SCE bills that become due. You must follow the above procedures for each bill you
   • Unpaid closing bills may be given to a Credit Reporting Agency                             are disputing. The CPUC will review your complaint and contact you with the results.
   • A deposit twice your maximum monthly bill may be required to reestablish credit on         Depending on the results of their investigation, the CPUC will either return your
     your account                                                                               payment to you or forward it to SCE to apply to your account.
Southern California Edison                                       Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.    32519-E
Rosemead, California                             Cancelling      Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    16558-E


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Advice     1668-E                          John R. Fielder                  Date Filed Dec 5, 2002
Decision                                 Senior Vice President              Effective     Jan 14, 2003
1C8                                                                         Resolution
                                                                                               DATE OF NOTICE                TIME   BY


                                                                                               CUSTOMER ACCOUNT NO.
We are sorry we had to turn off your service. You can have your
service turned on again when you pay the utility service past due                              SERVICE ACCOUNT NO.
amount, reconnection charge, and if required, a deposit.
                                                                                               CUSTOMER NAME AND ADDRESS
                   Please take this notice and your payment to any
                Southern California Edison authorized payment location.
              To find your nearest Southern California Edison authorized
                    payment location, please call 1 (800) 799-4282.                            UTILITY SERVICE PAST DUE AMOUNT

NOTE: Same day reconnection is subject to scheduling availability.                             OTHER SERVICES PAST DUE AMOUNT

             The reconnection charge is determined by the date and time                        SAME-DAY
             of payment, the type of reconnection method and time                              RECONNECTION CHARGE
             reconnection is scheduled.                                                        DEPOSIT

             A field assignment charge may appear            IMPORTANT                         TOTAL AMOUNT DUE
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We are sorry we had to turn off your service. You can have your
service turned on again when you pay the utility service past due                              SERVICE ACCOUNT NO.
amount, reconnection charge, and if required, a deposit.
                                                                                               CUSTOMER NAME AND ADDRESS
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                    payment location, please call 1 (800) 799-4282.                            UTILITY SERVICE PAST DUE AMOUNT

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             The reconnection charge is determined by the date and time                        SAME-DAY
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             reconnection is scheduled.                                                        DEPOSIT

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We are sorry we had to turn off your service. You can have your
service turned on again when you pay the utility service past due                              SERVICE ACCOUNT NO.
amount, reconnection charge, and if required, a deposit.
                                                                                               CUSTOMER NAME AND ADDRESS
                   Please take this notice and your payment to any
                Southern California Edison authorized payment location.
              To find your nearest Southern California Edison authorized
                    payment location, please call 1 (800) 799-4282.                            UTILITY SERVICE PAST DUE AMOUNT

NOTE: Same day reconnection is subject to scheduling availability.                             OTHER SERVICES PAST DUE AMOUNT

             The reconnection charge is determined by the date and time                        SAME-DAY
             of payment, the type of reconnection method and time                              RECONNECTION CHARGE
             reconnection is scheduled.                                                        DEPOSIT

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 Rosemead, California                                  Cancelling Original Cal. PUC Sheet No.   18511-E



                                      Schedule TOU-PA-6
                              Agricultural Water Pumping - Large
                                   Alternate Power Source
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(To be inserted by utility)                   Issued by            (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice 1098-E                                John Fielder          Date Filed        April 11, 1995
Decision 94-05-038                                                 Effective
16-326.doc                               Senior Vice President     Resolution
                                SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY
                                        SCHEDULE TOU-PA-6
                                AGRICULTURAL WATER PUMPING – LARGE
                                     ALTERNATE POWER SOURCE
                                             AFFIDAVIT


By signing this Affidavit, ___________________ (Customer) certifies and declares under penalty of perjury under
the laws of the State of California that the following statements are true and correct:




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A.     The Customer account(s) associated with t his Affidavit are listed on Attachment A and attached hereto.

B.     70% or more of the Customer’s electrical usage for each applicable account is for water pumping used for
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C.     Each account listed on Attachment A has water pumping load of 75 horsepower or greater.

D.     Without the terms and conditions of Schedule TOU-PA-6, the Customer would have converted from the
       electrical source of energy supplied by the Edison system to pump water and replaced it with a diesel fuel
       alternate energy source.

E.     The Customer acknowledges that Edison has the right to verify any supporting documentation and
       statements the Customer has made in support of this Affidavit.

F.     The Customer acknowledges that Edison has the right to rebill the Customer at the otherwise applicable
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G.     Customer is exempt from air quality permitting requirements under Section 42310 of the California Health
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                          SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY
                                  SCHEDULE TOU-PA-6
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Attachment B
Southern California Edison                                            Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45178-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.        38292-E*
                                                                                                            27629-E

                                            PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                               Sheet 2


                                                     (Continued)
  E.    General (Continued)

        3.       Discounts. No discounts are allowed from bills, or minimum charges, except as
                 specifically provided in certain schedules; and, no discount on bills is allowed in
                 consideration of advance payment or prompt payment of bills by customers.
                                                                                                                   (D)
        4.       Service Guarantee Program                                                                       (L)(T)
                                                                                                                  |
                 SCE shall provide the following four service guarantees to its electric customers and            |
                 provide a $30 credit when these service guarantees are not met. Unless otherwise                 |
                 stated below, the four service standards apply only to active service accounts served            |
                 under the Residential, General Service and Industrial, or Agricultural and Pumping               |
                 rate schedules.                                                                                  |
                                                                                                                  |
                 a.       Missed Appointments                                                                     |
                                                                                                                  |
                          When an appointment for a field service visit is made with a customer for a             |
                          specific appointment time, and the customer’s presence is required for                  |
                          establishing new service, a billing inquiry, or meter installation, SCE will arrive     |
                          at the agreed upon appointment within 30 minutes before or after the                    |
                          scheduled time. The criterion for receiving a service guarantee credit does             |
                          not include the expected or actual outcome of the scheduled appointment                 |
                          and is based solely on the arrival time of the SCE representative in relation to        |
                          the agreed-upon appointment time (i.e., plus or minus thirty minutes). In the           |
                          event SCE is aware in advance that an appointment will be missed, SCE will,             |
                          if feasible, attempt to notify the customer.                                            |
                                                                                                                  |
                          Exceptions:                                                                             |
                                                                                                                  |
                          (1) There is a need for the field service representative to respond to an               |
                              immediate response event (such as a car power pole accident or wire                 |
                              down). However, at the customer’s request, SCE will credit a customer               |
                              for a missed appointment if SCE’s internal investigation confirms that the          |
                              same appointment was missed more than once in order to respond to an                |
                              immediate emergency.                                                                |
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                          (2) See also General Exceptions                                                       (L)

        4.       Direct Access Start Date

                 Due to the delay of the start date for Direct Access, the following tariff modifications
                 are herein established until the date the Commission or its delegate declares to be
                 the start date for Direct Access.

                 a.       The following portions of all SCE rate schedules are suspended or modified.

                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                Effective
2D0                                                                              Resolution
Southern California Edison                                         Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45178-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    38292-E*
                                                                                                    27629-E

                                          PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                           Sheet 2


                                                   (Continued)
                          1.     The Special Condition entitled “Billing” on all rate schedules which
                                 describes the billing of Bundled Service, Direct Access, and Hourly
                                 PX Pricing Option customers is suspended.

                          2.     The Special Condition entitled “Generation Charge” on all rate
                                 schedules which describes the residual calculation of the generation
                                 charge is modified to eliminate the reference to the Transmission
                                 Revenue Balancing Account Adjustment (TRBAA) and the
                                 explanation of residual determination of Competition Transition
                                 Charge (CTC) based on subtracting the Averaged PX Energy Charge
                                 from the generation charge.

                          3.     The Special Condition entitled “Negotiating of CTC Payment Method”
                                 which relates to a marketer’s or broker’s ability to negotiate with
                                 customers the method by which they pay CTC is suspended.

                          4.     The Rate Components table on each rate schedule is modified to
                                 eliminate the reference to CTC and to add language that sets the
                                 TRBAA equal to zero after adding its value to the Transmission rate
                                 component.

                 b.       Schedule DA, Schedule PX, and Schedule DL-NBC are suspended.

                 c.       The Special Condition entitled “10% Credit” on all Domestic and Small
                          Commercial rate schedules (those eligible for the 10 percent rate reduction)
                          is modified to represent the 10 percent bill credit as a reduction to the
                          generation charge rather than CTC.




                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President              Effective
2D0                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                            Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.          45179-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling   Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.          37165-E


                                            PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                               Sheet 3          (T)


                                                     (Continued)
E.     General (Continued)
                                                                                                               (L)
      5.       Service Guarantee Program                                                                       (T)

               SCE shall provide the following four service guarantees to its electric customers and
               provide a $30 credit when these service guarantees are not met. Unless otherwise
               stated below, the four service standards apply only to active service accounts served
               under the Residential, General Service and Industrial, or Agricultural and Pumping
               rate schedules.

               c.Missed Appointments

                        When an appointment for a field service visit is made with a customer for a
                        specific appointment time, and the customer’s presence is required for
                        establishing new service, a billing inquiry, or meter installation, SCE will arrive
                        at the agreed upon appointment within 30 minutes before or after the
                        scheduled time. The criterion for receiving a service guarantee credit does
                        not include the expected or actual outcome of the scheduled appointment
                        and is based solely on the arrival time of the SCE representative in relation to
                        the agreed-upon appointment time (i.e., plus or minus thirty minutes). In the
                        event SCE is aware in advance that an appointment will be missed, SCE will,
                        if feasible, attempt to notify the customer.

                        Exceptions:

                              1.There is a need for the field service representative to respond to an
                                  immediate response event (such as a car power pole accident or
                                  wire down). However, at the customer’s request, SCE will credit a
                                  customer for a missed appointment if SCE’s internal investigation
                                  confirms that the same appointment was missed more than once in
                                  order to respond to an immediate emergency.

                          2.See also General Exceptions
      4.       Service Guarantee Program (Continued)
               b.       Restoration of Service Within 24 Hours

                        SCE will restore electrical service within 24 hours of when SCE first becomes
                        aware of a power outage. The first credit will be applied if the outage exceeds
                        24 hours. Additional credits will be applied for each succeeding 24-hour
                        period that the customer is without service. Partial credits will not be paid for
                        outage periods less than a full 24-hour increment.

                        Exceptions:
                              (1) The service interruption is the result of a planned outage.
                              (2) Restoration crews are denied access to the affected area by a public
                                  authority, or the area is not accessible due to a road closure.
                                                      (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                Effective
3D0                                                                              Resolution
Southern California Edison                                               Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45180-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                         Cancelling    Original     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      37166-E*


                                             PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                  Sheet 4        (T)


                                                       (Continued)
E.     General (Continued)
      45.      Service Guarantee Program (Continued)                                                              (T)
               c.       Notification of Planned Outages (Continued)
                        Exceptions: (Continued)
                              (5) An emergent outage is required. This includes, but is not limited to
                                  the following: equipment failure, imminent equipment failure, ISO-
                                  initiated rolling blackouts, high/low voltage conditions, overload
                                  conditions, removing hazards from SCE’s facilities, Priority-One
                                  General Order 95/128 repairs, conditions that may affect
                                  public/employee safety, customer meter adjustments, burned cross
                                  arms/poles, car hit structure, downed wire, and other short duration
                                  outages arising from unanticipated as-found conditions necessary to
                                  complete a job.
                              (6) The customer, while acknowledging the right to receive a three-day
                                  notification, makes a request that the planned outage occur without
                                  the three-day notification. SCE will document such requests and the
                                  customer’s waiver of a service guarantee credit.
                              (7) See also General Exceptions.
               d.       Timely and Accurate First Bill
                        SCE will issue an accurate first bill to a new customer of record within 60
                        days of establishing service. SCE will use the date of bill issuance as the
                        date the bill is mailed by SCE; the date of service initiation will be the date the
                        customer assumed responsibility for electric service. A new customer is
                        defined as someone who establishes electric service with SCE at a new
                        location, including new meter sets, a turn-on for service or a new party-in.
                        The bill and bill accuracy is defined according to the terms and conditions of
                        SCE’s Rule 9 (Rendering and Payment of Bills) and Rule 17 Section A
                        (Adjustment of Bills and Meter Tests Usage) and Section D (Adjustment of
                        Bills for Billing Error). The service guarantee credit process will be initiated
                        once SCE is aware that the first bill was either inaccurate or issued beyond
                        sixty days of establishing service. The first bill for any given customer account
                        is eligible for only one service guarantee credit regardless of whether the bill
                        is late, inaccurate, or both.
                        Exceptions:
                              (1) The affected party is attempting to re-establish service following a
                                  disconnection for non-payment.
                              (2) Access to the customer’s meter is not available.
                              (3) The customer fails to request service in a timely fashion after
                                  occupying a new residence, thereby creating a retroactive bill.
                              (4) According to SCE records there is a case of mail theft or a clear
                                  failure on the part of the U.S. Postal service to deliver the first bill in a
                                  timely manner.


                                                       (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                            Issued by                    (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                    Akbar Jazayeri                 Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                             Vice President                 Effective
4D0                                                                                 Resolution
Southern California Edison                                            Revised       Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45181-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling   Original      Cal. PUC Sheet No.      37167-E


                                            PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                              Sheet 5         (T)


                                                     (Continued)
E.     General (Continued)
      45.      Service Guarantee Program (Continued)                                                         (T)
               d.       Timely and Accurate First Bill (Continued)
                        Exceptions: (Continued)

                              (5) The customer provides inaccurate information at the time of
                                  requesting service initiation.
                              (6) A Commission directive requires SCE to adjust rate factors that result
                                  in a billing adjustment and/or rebill.

                              (7) An adjustment was made due to unauthorized use as stated on Rule
                                  17 (E) - Adjustment of Bills and Meter Tests - Adjustment of Bills for
                                  Unauthorized Use.
                              (8) A rebill was a direct result of the customer participating in an SCE or
                                  Commission sponsored or endorsed program such as, but not limited
                                  to, Critical Peak Pricing, Demand Bidding, Air Conditioning Cycling,
                                  or Interruptible programs.
                              (9) See also General Exceptions.
               e.       General Exceptions

                        The following, where applicable, are exceptions to the utility’s service
                        guarantees described above.

                              (1) There is a Category 1, 2, or 3 Storm Condition.
                              (2) There is a declared Emergency Event.

                              (3) Access to the customer’s premise is not available or the customer is
                                  not ready for service.

                              (4) The premise is not deemed safe.
                              (5) Causes related to force majeure, which include but are not limited to
                                  injunction or any decree or order of any court or governmental
                                  agency having jurisdiction, strikes or other labor disputes such as
                                  lockouts, slowdowns or work stoppages, sabotage, riot, insurrection,
                                  acts of public enemy, fire, flood, explosion, earthquake or other acts
                                  of God, or accidental destruction of or damage to facilities.




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                Effective
5D0                                                                              Resolution
Southern California Edison                                             Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45183-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling     Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      11457-E


                                            PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                Sheet 1


                                                     (Continued)
H.    BASELINE SERVICE

      1.       Eligibility. Each residential customer in a single-family dwelling consisting of a
               permanent residential unit is eligible for Baseline Service. Residential customer means
               a customer who is eligible for service on a domestic service rate schedule, and
               excludes industrial, commercial, and every other category of customer.

      2.       Applicability. Each residential customer in a single-family dwelling served on a domestic
               service rate schedule shall receive the applicable baseline quantity of electricity set forth
               in Paragraph 3, Baseline Allocations, and the applicable Baseline Allocation shall be
               determined as follows:

               a.       Basic Allocation:

                        The Basic Baseline Allocation shall be provided to each residential customer
                        unless such customer qualifies for an all-electric Baseline Allocation as set forth
                        in Paragraph b below,.                                                                 (T)
                        except as provided in Section c of this Paragraph.

               b.       All-Electric Allocation:

                        An All-Electric Allocation shall be provided to each residential customer:

                         (1)     Upon application, where the primary source of permanently-installed
                                 space heating is electric; or

                         (2)     Upon application, where the only source of energy is electric; or

                         (3)     Who was the customer of record on a domestic service account on
                                 January 1, 1988, and who was receiving an Electric Space Heating or
                                 an All-Electric allocation on such account as of December 31, 1987; or

                         (4)     Who was the customer of record on a domestic service account on
                                 May 1, 1985, to January 1, 1988, and was receiving a Water Heating
                                 Baseline Allocation as of December 31, 1987; and who thereafter
                                 maintains continuous domestic service on the same account.

                        For the purpose of an All-Electric Allocation, all-electric residential customers
                        are residential customers having electric service only or whose space heating is
                        provided by electricity, or both.

                        In addition to the above allocations, each qualifying residential customer shall
                        receive the Medical Baseline Allocation as set forth in Paragraph 4 herein.




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                    (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                 Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                 Effective
1D0                                                                               Resolution
Southern California Edison                                              Revised        Cal. PUC Sheet No.   45184-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling     Revised        Cal. PUC Sheet No.   44945-E


                                            PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                 Sheet 2


                                                      (Continued)
N.    MEMORANDUM ACCOUNTS (Continued)
      2.       Definitions. (Continued)
               d.       Specified Project (Continued)
            Section                                                             Interest Bearing
             No.        Specified Project                                     Memorandum Account*

               (1)      Purpose – Not a Specified Project
               (2)      Definitions – Not a Specified Project
               (3)      Self-Generation Program Incremental Cost (SGPIC)               Yes
                        Memorandum Account
               (4)      Catastrophic Event                                             Yes
               (5)      Reliability Costs Memorandum Account (RCMA)                    Yes
               (6)      Not Used
               (7)      Not Used
               (8)      Result Sharing Memorandum Account (RSMA)                       Yes
               (9)      Mass Media Campaign Memorandum Account (MMCMA)                 Yes
              (10)      Research, Development, and Demonstration Royalties             Yes
              (11)      Distributed Generation Implementation Cost                     Yes
                        Memorandum Account (DGICMA)
              (12)      Not Used
              (13)      California Power Exchange Wind-Up Charge                       Yes
                        Memorandum Account (PXWUC)
              (14)      Income Tax Component of Contribution                           Yes
                        Memorandum Account
              (15)      Not Used
               (16)     DWR Franchise Fee Obligation Memorandum Account                Yes
               (17)     Renewable Transmission Feasibility Study Costs                 Yes
               (18)     Quarterly Compliance Filings Audit Expense                     Yes
                        Memorandum Account (QCFAEMA)
              (19)      Hydrogen Energy California Memorandum Account (HECAMA)         Yes
              (20)      Distributed Energy Resources Memorandum Account (DERMA)        Yes
              (21)      Nuclear Claims Memorandum Account (NCMA)                       Yes
                        Memorandum Account (DFG Memorandum Account)
              (22)      Energy Efficiency 2009-2011 Memo Account (EEMA)                Yes
              (23)      Not Used
              (24)      Four Corners Capital Expenditures Memorandum Account (FCCMA)   Yes
              (25)      PBR Distribution Revenue Sharing Memorandum Account            Yes
              (26)      PBR Distribution Rate Performance Memorandum Account           Yes
                         (PDRPMA)
              (27)      Energy Efficiency DSM (EEDSM) Memorandum Account               Yes
              (28)      Energy Settlements Memorandum Account (ESMA)                   Yes
              (29)      Affiliate Transfer Fee Memorandum Account                      Yes
              (30)      Rate Reduction Bond Memorandum Account                         Yes
                         (RRB Memorandum Account)
              (31)      Employee Stock Ownership Plan Tax Memorandum Account           Yes
                        (ESOPTMA)
              (32)      Not Used
              (33)      Residential Generation Revenue Shortfall Memorandum            Yes                   (T)
                        Account (RGSMA)Not Used



               *        Interest shall accrue monthly to interest-bearing Memorandum Accounts by applying
                        the Interest Rate to the average of the beginning and ending balance.




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                           Issued by                    (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                   Akbar Jazayeri                 Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                            Vice President                 Effective
2D0                                                                                Resolution
     Southern California Edison                                           Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45185-E
     Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       42869-E


                                                PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                               Sheet 39


                                                         (Continued)
     N.     MEMORANDUM ACCOUNTS (Continued)

33.         NOT USEDResidential Generation Revenue Shortfall Memorandum Account (RGRSMA)                        (T)
                                                                                                                (D)
            The purpose of the RGRSMA is to record the residential generation revenue shortfall caused
            by maintaining the AB1X mandated limitations on tiers 1 and 2 of residential Non-CARE rates.
            Pursuant to Resolution E-3897, increases in the tier 1 and 2 Transmission rate components
            must be offset by equal decreases in the tier 1 and 2 Generation rate components which
            creates a shortfall in generation revenues. Likewise, to the extent the RGRSMA is
            undercollected, decreases in the tier 1 and 2 Transmission rate components will be offset by
            an increase in the tier 1 and 2 Generation rate components.

            SCE shall maintain the RGRSMA by making monthly entries as follows:

a.          Debit entry equal to the recorded shortfall in residential generation revenues for tier 1 and 2.

b.          Credit entry equal to the recorded surplus in residential generation revenues for tier 1 and 2.

c.          An entry equal to accrued interest calculated by applying the Interest Rate to the average of
            the beginning of month and end of month account balances.

            Disposition

            Pursuant to D.05-08-036 the balance in this account shall be disposed of in SCE’s 2006 Rate
            Consolidation by assigning it to residential non-CARE customers to be recovered along with
            other revenue allocation changes to these customers. At the time new consolidated rates go
            into effect, SCE shall transfer the balance recorded in the RGRSMA to the ERRA and
            eliminate the RGRSMA.




                                                         (Continued)

     (To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
     Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
     Decision                                          Vice President                Effective
     39D0                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                               Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45186-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                          Cancelling   Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45111-E


                                               PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                               Sheet 4


                                    (Continued)
ZZ.    ENERGY RESOURCE RECOVERY ACCOUNT (Continued)
       3.   Operation of the ERRA
                   Entries to the ERRA shall be made on a monthly basis as follows:
                   a.      Credit entry equal to the recorded ERRA Revenue;
                   b.      A debit entry equal to recorded URG Fuel and Fuel-related expenses;
                   c.      A debit entry equal to recorded Qualifying Facilities (QF) contracts expenses
                           (including contract restructuring expenses), net of recorded revenues,
                           refunds, or other credits;
                   d.      A debit entry equal to recorded Interutility contracts expenses, net of
                           recorded revenues, refunds or other credits;
                   e.      A debit entry equal to recorded Bilateral contracts expenses;
                   f.      A debit entry equal to recorded Residual Net Short Requirement expenses;
                   g.      A debit entry equal to other expenses associated with SCE’s purchased
                           power activities to the extent not recovered elsewhere (such as the costs
                           associated with purchasing Firm Transmission Rights, and payments made in
                           support of the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program);
                   h.      A debit entry equal to recorded ISO expenses;
                   i.      A credit entry equal to Excess Energy Sales Revenues allocated to SCE;
                   j.      A credit entry equal to recorded Reliability Must Run (RMR) contracts and
                           ancillary services revenueii/;
                   k.      A credit entry equal to proceeds received from the sale or exercise of
                           hedging instruments;
                   l.      A credit entry equal to recorded revenues billed under Schedule PC-TBS,
                           Procurement Charge Transitional Bundled Service;
                   m.      A credit entry equal to any litigation settlement proceeds as authorized by the
                           Commission; and
                   n.      A debit entry equal to the recorded costs associated with the subscription,
                           retention and disposition of turned-back capacity on The El Paso Interstate
                           Pipeline (net of recorded proceeds realized from the short-term release of
                           capacity to another party);
                   o.      A debit entry equal to recorded Mountainview PPA costs including:
                           i. O&M Costs – both pre-authorized changes and fixed variable O&M
                           ii. Capital Costs – including all applicable return, depreciation, and taxes
                                both the initial Mountainview plant investment and any subsequent
                                Commission-approved capital additions
                           iii. Availability incentives; and
                           iv. Heat Rate Incentives;
                   p.      A debit entry equal to recorded 20/20 Rebate Program Costs including:
                           i. 20/20 Rebate amount included on customers’ bills increased for FF&U
                           ii. Incremental O&M Costs incurred to implement the Summer 2004 and
                                2005 20/20 programs.
                   q.      A credit entry equal to the payment made by a CCA to compensate SCE for
                           incremental purchased power costs as the result of the CCA causing a delay
                           in the “CCA cut-over date” pursuant to D.05-12-041.
                   r.      Transfers, up to a maximum of 10 million, to the Energy Assistance Fund
                           Tracking Account Associated with the Energy Assistance Fund Rate Relief
                           Program.
                   s.      A debit entry equal to recorded independent evaluator costs
                   t.       A debit entry equal to the fees associated with participation in Western
                            Renewable Energy Generation Information System.
                                                                                                                  (D)
                   The sum of (a) through (t) equals the activity recorded in the ERRA each month.
                   Interest shall accrue monthly to the ERRA by applying the Interest Rate to the
                   average of the beginning and ending monthly ERRA balances.
      ii/
            Generation-related Other Operating Revenue (OOR) is recorded in the Native Load Balancing Account.




                                                        (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                             Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                     Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                              Vice President                Effective
4D0                                                                                 Resolution
Southern California Edison                                         Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45187-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.        44187-E


                                          PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                             Sheet 5


                                   (Continued)
ZZ.   ENERGY RESOURCE RECOVERY ACCOUNT (Continued)

      3.       Operation of the ERRA (Continued):

               Entries to the ERRA shall be made on a monthly basis as follows: (Continued)
                                                                                                          (D)
               p.       A debit entry equal to recorded Mountainview PPA costs including:                 (T)
                        i. O&M Costs – both pre-authorized changes and fixed variable O&M
                        ii. Capital Costs – including all applicable return, depreciation, and taxes      (T)
                             both the initial Mountainview plant investment and any subsequent
                             Commission-approved capital additions                                        (T)
                             (6)Availability incentives; and                                              (T)
                             (7)Heat Rate Incentives;
               q.       A debit entry equal to recorded 20/20 Rebate Program Costs including:             (T)
                        i. 20/20 Rebate amount included on customers’ bills increased for FF&U
                        ii. Incremental O&M Costs incurred to implement the Summer 2004 and
                             2005 20/20 programs.
               r.       A credit entry equal to the payment made by a CCA to compensate SCE for
                        incremental purchased power costs as the result of the CCA causing a delay
                        in the “CCA cut-over date” pursuant to D.05-12-041.
               s.       Transfers, up to a maximum of 10 million, to the Energy Assistance Fund
                        Tracking Account Associated with the Energy Assistance Fund Rate Relief
                        Program.
               t.       A debit entry equal to recorded independent evaluator costs;
               uv.      A credit entry equal to the proceeds received (net of book cost) from the sale
                        of sulfur dioxide (SO2) credits.
               wv.      A debit entry equal to the cost associated with the purchase of sulfur dioxide
                        (SO2) allowances.
               xw.      A debit equal to costs related to congestion charges and CRRs.
               yx.      A credit equal to congestion revenue and CRRs.

               The sum of (a) through (yx) equals the activity recorded in the ERRA each month.

               Interest shall accrue monthly to the ERRA by applying the Interest Rate to the
               average of the beginning and ending monthly ERRA balances.




                                                   (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President               Effective
5D0                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                            Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45188-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.         44987-E


                                           PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                              Sheet 2


                                            (Continued)
AAA. Post Test Year Ratemaking Mechanism (PTYR) (Continued)

      5.       Z-Factors:

               Continuation of the Z-Factors methodology is authorized in D.06-05-016. In order to
               receive the ratemaking treatment provided for a Z-Factor, a Potential Z-Factor, must
               qualify as a Z-Factor under the criteria set forth in Decision No. 94-06-011:

               a.       Identification of Potential Z-Factors:

                        A Potential Z-Factor may be identified by SCEthe Utility or the DivisionOffice       (T)
                        of Ratepayers Advocates (DORA). The Commission shall be notified of all              (T)
                        Potential Z-Factors by a Letter of Notification in compliance with Decision No.
                        96-09-092. The Letter of Notification shall be sent to the Commission
                        addressed to the Executive Director. For all Potential Z-Factors identified by       (T)
                        SCEthe Utility, copies of the letter shall be sent to the Director of the Energy
                        Division and the Director of the DORA. For all Potential Z-Factors identified        |
                        by the DORA, copies of the Letter of Notification shall also be sent to the           |
                        Senior Vice President of Regulatory OperationsPolicy and Affairs and the              |
                        Manager of the Revenue Requirementsand Tariffs Division of SCEthe Utility.           (T)
                        The Letter of Notification shall:

                        (1)     clearly identify the Potential Z-Factor,

                        (2)     include a detailed description of the event,

                        (3)     include a forecast of the annual financial impact of the Potential Z-
                                Factor; and

                        (4)     show how the Potential Z-Factor meets the Z-Factor Criteria per
                                D.94-06-011.

               b.       Application for Z-Factor Recovery:

                        In order to receive recovery of a Z-Factor, SCEthe Utility shall include its
                        request for recovery of the revenue requirement associated with the Potential
                        Z-Factor in an Advice Filing.

               c.       Z-Factor Threshold:                                                                  (T)

                        SCEThe Utility will bear the risk of all potential Z-Factors which do not have a
                        financial impact on SCEthe Utility of more than $10 million. The $10 million
                        threshold amount is also applied as a deductible on a one-time basis to each
                        Z-Factor authorized for recovery by the Commission. The deductible amount
                        is only applied in the first year’s ratemaking treatment for the Z-Factor. The
                        $10 million deductible does not apply to the formation of new municipal
                        utilities and for projects subject to Public Utilities Code Section 463 for which
                        SCEthe Utility is seeking Z-Factor recovery.
                                                                                                             (T)
                                                                                                             (T)



(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President               Effective
2D0                                                                             Resolution
Southern California Edison                                       Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45189-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                  Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      43605-E


                                             Schedule D-APS                               Sheet 3
                                    DOMESTIC AUTOMATIC POWERSHIFT

                                                 (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

5.    Cycling Period: (Continued)

      The number of cycling periods under Subsection a. and b. is limited to 15 occurrences per
      year during the period from June 1 to October 1the first Sunday in June to the first Sunday    (T)
      in October, inclusive, of each year, and a cycling period is limited to no more than 6 hours
      duration per occurrence. Cycling under Subsection b. is limited to situations when SCE
      declares a Category One, Two, or Three Storm Alert and a condition exists that creates
      disruptions on SCE’s electrical distribution system which, if left unresolved, could damage
      the electrical system or cause a more widespread interruption in the supply of power. A
      Category One Storm Alert is limited to a geographical area and is considered stable; or to a
      widespread power outage from a transmission disturbance and the transmission and
      distribution systems are considered stable. A Category Two Storm Alert requires additional
      resources outside zone/area boundaries; or the storm is escalating and involves two or
      more zones/areas. A Category Three Storm Alert is a catastrophic emergency that involves
      multiple zones/areas, resources are fully committed, and additional assistance, such as
      mutual aid, are requested. In the event of a system emergency, SCE may, at its discretion,
      extend the cycling period beyond the 6 hour duration limit.

6.    Air Conditioning Cycling Strategy Change: At customer’s request, SCE shall change the
      cycling strategy as follows:

      a.       Change to a lower percentage cycling strategy: The customer may change one
               time to a lower percentage cycling strategy within the first 12 months of service
               under this Schedule, except that a 100% cycling strategy customer cannot switch to
               the 67% cycling strategy.

      b.       Change to a higher percentage cycling strategy: A customer may change to a
               higher percentage cycling strategy at any time, except that a 50% cycling strategy
               customer cannot switch to the 67% cycling strategy.

      c.       Once a customer served under the 67% cycling strategy switches to a different
               cycling strategy (e.g., 50%, or 100%), in accordance with Special Condition 6
               below, such customer cannot return to the 67% cycling strategy. Additionally, 50%,
               or 100% cycling strategy customers cannot change to the 67% cycling strategy
               option.

7.    Direct Access (DA) and Community Choice Aggregation Service (CCA Service): A
      customer receiving DA or CCA Service shall notify its Energy Service Provider (ESP) or
      Community Choice Aggregator (CCA), as applicable, and Scheduling Coordinator that its
      air-conditioning load is subject to interruption under this Schedule.




(To be inserted by utility)                      Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                              Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                       Vice President               Effective
3D0                                                                         Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45190-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     42999-E


                                    Schedule D-CARE                                          Sheet 3
                        CALIFORNIA ALTERNATE RATES FOR ENERGY
                                   DOMESTIC SERVICE
                                       (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)
6.    Commencement of Rate: Eligible customers shall be billed on this Schedule commencing no
      later than one billing period after receipt and approval of the customer’s application by SCE.
7.    Verification: Information provided by the applicant is subject to verification by SCE. Refusal or
      failure of a customer to provide documentation of eligibility acceptable to SCE, upon request by
      SCE, shall result in removal from this Schedule.
8.    Notice From Customer: It is the customer’s responsibility to notify SCE if there is a change in his
      eligibility status.
9.    Rebilling:   Customers may be rebilled for periods of ineligibility under the applicable rate
      schedule.
10.   This Schedule may only be combined with D-APS, D-APS-E, DMS-1, DMS-2, DMS-3, DS,
      TOU-D-1, and TOU-D-2, and TOU-D-PPP. This Schedule may also be combined with Schedule                 (T)
      DM when serving eligible Group Living Facilities, Agricultural Employee Housing, and Migrant
      Farm Worker Housing.
11.   Billing Calculation: A customer’s bill is calculated according to the rates and conditions above.
      Except for the Energy Charge, the charges listed in the Rates section are calculated by
      multiplying the Total Delivery Service rates and the Generation rates, when applicable, by the
      billing determinants (e.g., per kilowatt [kW], kilowatthour [kWh], etc.),
      The Energy Charge, however, is determined by multiplying the total kWhs by the Total Delivery
      Service per kWh rates to calculate the Delivery Service amount of the Charge. To calculate
      the Generation amount, SCE determines what portion of the total kWhs is supplied by the
      Utility Retained Generation (URG) and the Department of Water Resources (DWR). The kWhs
      supplied by the URG are multiplied by the URG per kWh rates and the kWhs supplied by the
      DWR are multiplied by the DWR per kWh rate and the two products are summed to arrive at
      the Generation amount. The Energy Charge is the sum of the Delivery Service amount and
      the Generation amount.
      For each billing period, SCE determines the portion of total kWhs supplied by SCE’s URG and
      by the DWR. This determination is made by averaging the daily percentages of energy
      supplied to SCE’s Bundled Service Customers by SCE’s URG and by the DWR.
      a.       Bundled Service Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and receive supply
               (Gen) service from both SCE’s URG and the DWR. The customer’s bill is the sum of
               the charges for Delivery Service and Gen determined, as described in this Special
               Condition, and subject to applicable discounts or adjustments provided under SCE’s
               tariff schedules.
      b.       Direct Access Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and purchase energy
               from an Energy Service Provider. The customer’s bill is the sum of the charges for
               Delivery Service determined as described in this Special Condition except that the
               DWRBC rate component is subtracted from the Total Delivery Service rates before the
               billing determinants are multiplied by such resulting Total rates; plus the applicable
               charges as shown in Schedule DA-CRS and subject to applicable discounts or
               adjustments provided under SCE’s tariff schedules.
      c.       CCA Service Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and purchase energy from
               their Community Choice Aggregator (CCA). SCE will read the meters and present the
               bill for both Delivery and Generation Services to the CCA Service Customer. The
               customer’s bill is the sum of the charges for Delivery Service as displayed in this Rate
               Schedule and Generation charges determined by the CCA plus the applicable charges
               as shown in Schedule CCA-CRS, and subject to applicable discounts or adjustments
               provided under SCE’s tariff schedules.




(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President               Effective
3D0                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                        Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45191-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                   Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     34732-E*


                                            Schedule DMS-1                                Sheet 3
                                          DOMESTIC SERVICE
                              MULTIFAMILY ACCOMMODATION - SUBMETERED
                                              (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS

6.    CARE Rate Assistance: (Continued)

      b.       Customers served under this Schedule shall provide application and declaration forms
               for the CARE rate to their submetered residential tenants. The completed application
               forms of eligible CARE tenants shall be mailed by the tenant to SCE.

      c.       When SCE receives an application from a qualifying low income CARE tenant, the              (T)
               information will be forwarded to SCE’s customer receiving service under this Schedule.

      d.       The proration of the DMS-1 customer's bill by SCE under the provisions of the Energy
               Charge shall commence no later than one billing period after receipt and approval by
               SCE of a qualifying tenant's application.

      e.       It is the responsibility of the DMS-1 customer to notify SCE immediately of the date
               each CARE tenant is no longer receiving service from the DMS-1 customer. In
               addition, if the DMS-1 customer has good reason to suspect that a tenant is not
               eligible, the DMS-1 customer should notify SCE.

7.    Failure of a DMS-1 customer to abide by SCE’s tariffs may result in rebilling or discontinuance
      of service in accordance with SCE’s tariffs. The DMS-1 customer's account may also be
      rebilled consistent with Rule 17.

8.    Condition for Receiving Submeter Rate Discount: The submetering discount provided herein
      prohibits further recovery by mobile home park owners for the costs of owning, operating, and
      maintaining their electric submetered system. This prohibition also includes the cost of the
      replacement of the electric submetered system.

      This language was authorized by Ordering Paragraph 4 of Decision 95-02-090, dated
      February 22, 1995.




(To be inserted by utility)                       Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                               Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                        Vice President              Effective
3D0                                                                         Resolution
Southern California Edison                                         Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45192-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.       42467-E*


                                              Schedule RTP-2                              Sheet 8
                                         GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
                                            REAL TIME PRICING
                                                (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)
12.   Billing Calculation:    A customer’s bill is calculated according to the rates and conditions
      above.
      Except for the Energy Charge, the charges listed in the Rates section are calculated by
      multiplying the Total Delivery Service rates and the Generation rates, when applicable, by the
      billing determinants (e.g., per kilowatt [kW], kilowatthour [kWh], kilovar [kVAR], etc.),
      The Energy Charge, however, is determined by multiplying the total hourly kWhs by the Total
      Delivery Service per kWh rates in each hour and the products are summed to calculate the
      Delivery Service amount of the Charge. To calculate the Generation amount, SCE
      determines what portion of the total kWhs is supplied by the Utility Retained Generation
      (URG) and the Department of Water Resources (DWR). The hourly kWhs supplied by the
      URG are multiplied by the URG per kWh rates in each hour and the hourly kWhs supplied by
      the DWR are multiplied by the DWR per kWh rate and the hourly products are summed to
      arrive at the Generation amount. The Energy Charge is the sum of the Delivery Service
      amount and the Generation amount.
      For each billing period, SCE determines the portion of total kWhs supplied by SCE’s URG
      and by the DWR. This determination is made by averaging the daily percentages of energy
      supplied to SCE’s Bundled Service Customers by SCE’s URG and by the DWR.
      a.       Bundled Service Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and receive supply
               (Gen) service from both SCE’s URG and the DWR. The customer’s bill is the sum of
               the charges for Delivery Service and Gen determined, as described in this Special
               Condition, and subject to applicable discounts or adjustments provided under SCE’s
               tariff schedules.
      b.       Direct Access Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and purchase energy
               from an Energy Service Provider. The customer’s bill is the sum of the charges for
               Delivery Service determined as described in this Special Condition except that the
               DWRBC rate component is subtracted from the Total Delivery Service rates before
               the billing determinants are multiplied by such resulting Total rates; plus the           (T)
               applicable charges as shown in Schedule DA-CRS and subject to applicable
               discounts or adjustments provided under SCE’s tariff schedules.
      c.       CCA Service Customers receive Delivery Service from SCE and purchase energy
               from their Community Choice Aggregator (CCA). SCE will read the meters and
               present the bill for both Delivery and Generation Services to the CCA Service
               Customer. The customer’s bill is the sum of the charges for Delivery Service as
               displayed in this Rate Schedule and Generation charges determined by the CCA plus
               the applicable charges as shown in Schedule CCA-CRS, and subject to applicable
               discounts or adjustments provided under SCE’s tariff schedules.
 13. Customers with Service Metered and Delivered at Voltages above 50 kV (Sub-transmission
     customers) Included in Rotating Outages.
      Sub-transmission customers, except for those customers exempt from rotating outages, are to
      be included in controlled, rotating outages when required by the Independent System
      Operator (ISO) and/or SCE. To the extent feasible, SCE will coordinate rotating outages
      applicable to Sub-transmission customers who are fossil fuel producers and pipeline
      operators and users to minimize disruption to public health and safety. SCE shall not include
      a Sub-transmission customer in an applicable rotating outage group if the customer’s
      inclusion would jeopardize electric system integrity. Sub-transmission customers who are not
      exempt from rotating outages, and seek such exemption, may submit an Optional Binding
      Mandatory Curtailment (OBMC) Plan to SCE in accordance with Schedule OBMC. If SCE
      approves a customer’s OBMC Plan, the customer will become exempt from rotating outages
      and will be subject to the terms and conditions of Schedule OBMC and its associated
      contract.

                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President              Effective
8D0                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                         Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45193-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling   Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.


                                  Schedule TOU-GS-3-SOP                                     Sheet 11
                             TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE -
                           SUPER OFF-PEAK - DEMAND METERED
                                        (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

14.    California Alternate Rates for Energy Discount: Customers who meet the definition of a
       Group Living Facility, Agricultural Employee Housing, or Migrant Farm Worker Housing
       Center as defined in the Preliminary Statement, Part O, Section 3., may qualify for a 23.6%
       discount off of their bill prior to application of the PUC Reimbursement Fee and any applicable
       taxes and late payment charges. Customers eligible for the California Alternate Rates for
       Energy (CARE) Discount will not be required to pay the CARE Surcharge, as set forth in
       Preliminary Statement, Part O, Section 4 and are not subject to the DWRBC rate component
       of the Total charges for Delivery Service. An Application and Eligibility Declaration, as
       defined in the Preliminary Statement, Part O, Section 3., is required for service under this
       Special Condition. Eligible customers shall be billed on this Schedule commencing no later
       than one billing period after receipt and approval of the customer's application by SCE.
       Customers may be rebilled on the applicable rate schedule for periods in which they do not
       meet the eligibility requirements for the CARE discount as defined in the Preliminary
       Statement, Part O, Section 3.




                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President               Effective
11D0                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45194-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      42482-E


                                              Schedule TOU-8                                 Sheet 12
                                  TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE

                                                   (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

15.    Voltage Discount: Bundled Service, CCA Service, and Direct Access customers receiving
       service at 220 kV will have the Distribution rate component of the applicable Delivery Service
       charges reduced by the corresponding Voltage Discount amount for service metered and
       delivered at the applicable voltage level as shown in the Rates section above. In addition,
       Bundled Service Customers will have the Utility Retained Generating (URG) rate component of
       the applicable Generation charges reduced by the corresponding Voltage Discount amount for
       service metered and delivered at the applicable voltage level as shown in the Rates section.

16.    Optimal Billing Period Service: This Special Condition provides for the voluntary use of an
       Optimal Billing Period (OBP) which allows for a customer’s billing cycle(s) to coincide with the
       customer’s high seasonal production cycle. The customer designates the OBP by selecting a
       specific month and day for the start of the OBP and a specific month and day for the end of the
       OBP. The start and end dates must fall within the customer’s high seasonal production cycle.
       In no event shall any revised billing period exceed 45 days or be less than 15 days.

       To qualify for this option, the duration of the customer’s high seasonal production cycle must be
       6 months or less, and the average of the customer’s monthly maximum demand during itss OBP          (T)
       must be at least double the average of its monthly maximum demand during itss non-OBP               (T)
       period. Customers may not discontinue this option before the end date of their OBP.

       Prior to receiving OBP service, the customer shall sign the “Optimal Billing Period Service
       Agreement,” Form No. 14-689 and pay an OBP fee of $160.00 per meter. To continue service
       under this Special Condition the customer must sign a new OBP Service Agreement and pay             (T)
       the OBP fee each year.

17.    Billing Calculation:   A customer’s bill is calculated according to the rates and conditions
       above.

       Except for the Energy Charge, the charges listed in the Rates section are calculated by
       multiplying the Total Delivery Service rates and the Generation rates, when applicable, by the
       billing determinants (e.g., per kilowatt [kW], kilowatthour [kWh], kilovar [kVAR], etc.),

       The Energy Charge, however, is determined by multiplying the total kWhs by the Total
       Delivery Service per kWh rates to calculate the Delivery Service amount of the Charge. To
       calculate the Generation amount, SCE determines what portion of the total kWhs is supplied
       by the Utility Retained Generation (URG) and the Department of Water Resources (DWR).
       The kWhs supplied by the URG are multiplied by the URG per kWh rates and the kWhs
       supplied by the DWR are multiplied by the DWR per kWh rate and the two products are
       summed to arrive at the Generation amount. The Energy Charge is the sum of the Delivery
       Service amount and the Generation amount.




                                                   (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President                Effective
12D0                                                                           Resolution
 Southern California Edison                                                                    Revised           Cal. PUC Sheet No.          45195-E
 Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                          Cancelling        Revised           Cal. PUC Sheet No.          45038-E


                                                                Schedule PA-RTP                                                 Sheet 1
                                                       AGRICULTURAL AND PUMPING - LARGE
                                                               REAL TIME PRICING
                                                                  (Continued)
     APPLICABILITY

     Applicable where SCE determines that 70 percent or more of the customer's electrical usage is for
     general agricultural purposes or for general water or sewerage pumping and none of any remaining
     electrical usage is for purposes for which a domestic schedule is applicable; and, the customer's account
     has 100 horsepower or more of total connected load or 75 kW or more of Maximum Demand and is not
     served under an interruptible schedule. Except for large water pumping accounts where 70 percent or
     more of the water pumped is used for agricultural purposes, this schedule is not applicable when, in the
     opinion of SCE, the customer’s maximum demand is expected to exceed 500 kW or has exceeded 500
     kW for any three months during the preceding 12 months. Effective with the date of ineligibility, due to
     the 500 kW maximum demand criteria, the customer’s account shall be transferring transferred to                                                (T)
     Schedule TOU-8 or another applicable rate schedule. This Schedule is limited to customers selected by
     SCE who agree to participate in the Real Time Pricing ("RTP") program and is subject to meter
     availability for up to a maximum of 50 customers.

     TERRITORY

     Within the entire territory served.

     RATES

                                                                                 Delivery Service                                        Generation9
                                               Trans1      Distrbtn2   NSGC3        NDC4       PPPC5   DWRBC6 PUCRF7         Total8    URG**      DWR

Energy Charge - $/kWh/Meter/Month              (0.00058)   0.00116     0.00020     0.00059   0.00390   0.00491     0.00024   0.01042   Variable*   0.06210

Customer Charge - $/Meter/Month                             94.80                                                             94.80

Facilities Related Demand Charge - $/kW                      5.05                                                             5.05       0.00

Voltage Discount, Hourly Rates - %
                          From 2 kV to 50 kV                 0.00                                                             0.00      -2.38%
                                Above 50 kV                  0.00                                                             0.00      -5.19%

Power Factor Adjustment - $/kVAR
                         Greater than 50 kV                  0.20                                                             0.20
                               50 kV or less                 0.18                                                             0.18




*      Hourly rates are listed below and are applicable to service metered and delivered below 2 kV, 2 kV to 50 kV, and above 50 kV.
**     The ongoing Competition Transition Charge (CTC) of $0.00231 is recovered in the URG component of Generation.
1      Trans = Transmission and the Transmission Owners Tariff Charge Adjustments (TOTCA) which are FERC approved. The TOTCA represents the
       Transmission Revenue Balancing Account Adjustment (TRBAA) of negative $(0.00138) per kWh, Reliability Services Balancing Account Adjustment
       (RSBAA) of $(0.00008) per kWh, and Transmission Access Charge Balancing Account Adjustment (TACBAA) of $0.00088 per kWh.
 2     Distrbtn = Distribution
 3     NSGC = New System Generation Charge
 4     NDC = Nuclear Decommissioning Charge
 5     PPPC = Public Purpose Programs Charge (includes California Alternate Rates for Energy Surcharge where applicable.)
 6     DWRBC = Department of Water Resources (DWR) Bond Charge. The DWR Bond Charge is not applicable to exempt Bundled Service and Direct
       Access Customers, as defined in and pursuant to D.02-10-063, D.02-02-051, and D.02-12-082.
 7     PUCRF = The PUC Reimbursement Fee is described in Schedule RF-E.
 8     Total = Total Delivery Service rates are applicable to Bundled Service, Direct Access (DA) and Community Choice Aggregation Service (CCA
       Service) customers, except DA and CCA Service customers are not subject to the DWRBC rate component of this Schedule but instead pay the
       DWRBC as provided by Schedule DA-CRS or Schedule CCA-CRS.
 9     Gen = Generation – The Gen rates are applicable only to Bundled Service Customers. When calculating the Energy Charge, the Gen portion is

                                                                        (Continued)

 (To be inserted by utility)                                             Issued by                          (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
 Advice     2344-E                                                     Akbar Jazayeri                       Date Filed May 18, 2009
 Decision                                                              Vice President                       Effective
 1D0                                                                                                        Resolution
Southern California Edison                                        Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45196-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                   Cancelling   Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     38873-E


                                    Schedule TOU-PA-ICE TIME-OF-USE                        Sheet 1
                                  AGRICULTURAL AND PUMPING INTERNAL
                                COMBUSTION ENGINE CONVERSION PROGRAM
                                               (Continued)
APPLICABILITY

Applicable to Bundled Service Customers who convert from stationary or portable internal combustion
engines which are fueled by diesel, gasoline, propane, or butane fuels, and not by natural gas, to
electric motors and used to operate water pumps. As determined by SCE, 70% or more of the
customer's electrical usage must be for water pumping used for agricultural purposes and none of any
remaining electrical usage is for purposes for which a domestic schedule is applicable. In accordance
with Schedule TOU-8, a large individual water agency or other large water pumping account with 70%
or more of the water pumped used for agricultural purposes must take service on an agricultural class
rate schedule. This Schedule requires a Time-of-Use meter and is subject to meter availability.

To qualify for service under this Schedule the internal combustion engine must be rated equal to or
greater than 50 horsepower and must have been installed and operational prior to September 1, 2004.
Eligible customers must adhere to certain program requirements as specified in Special Condition 110    (T)
of this Schedule. This Schedule is open to new qualified customers for a two year enrollment period
beginning on August 1, 2005, the date approved by the California Public Utilities Commission
(Commission) in Decision 05-06-016. This Schedule will be closed to new customers after the
completion of the two year enrollment period subject to a total capital investment limit (includes
standard allowances and Line Extension Adders) of $9.17 million. This program shall terminate on
December 31, 2015. Upon program termination and the concurrent elimination of this Schedule,
customers will be transferred to an otherwise applicable agricultural and pumping rate schedule. Only
one service account may be established for each qualifying pump/motor being converted. This
Schedule may only be used to serve the load for the applicable electric motor.

TERRITORY

Within the entire territory served.




                                                 (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                       Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                               Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                        Vice President               Effective
1D0                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                        Revised       Cal. PUC Sheet No.             45197-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                Cancelling      Revised       Cal. PUC Sheet No.             39978-E


                                                     Schedule BSC-IMO                                           Sheet 1
                                                BUNDLED SERVICE CUSTOMER
                                                INTERVAL METER OWNERSHIP
                                                        (Continued)
APPLICABILITY

Applicable to Bundled Service and CCA Service customers who elect to replace an existing meter
with an interval meter or install retrofit Metering Facilities, capable of providing interval data, at the
customer’s expense. Such customers can purchase and own an interval meter or retrofit Metering
Facilities. Retrofit Metering Facilities may be owned by the customer or the customer’s Certified
Meter Service Provider (MSP). Except as provided by this Schedule, all services associated with
Bundled Service shall be provided by SCE in accordance with the customer’s otherwise applicable
rate schedules and/or contracts. Service under this Schedule is subject to SCE approval of the
interval meter or retrofit Metering Facilities.

TERRITORY

Within the entire territory served.

RATES

All charges, terms, and conditions of the customer’s otherwise applicable rate schedule, or contract
rate shall apply.

For customers who elect to purchase and own an interval meter or retrofit Metering Facilities,
capable of providing interval data, or when the customer’s MSP owns such retrofit facilities, service
is provided under the following terms and conditions:

THE FOLLOWING SERVICES MAY BE PROVIDED BY SCE OR ANOTHER ENTITY:

Meter Ownership

The customer purchases and owns the interval meter or the customer or the customer’s MSP
purchases and owns the retrofit Metering Facilities. The customer may purchase an approved
meter or retrofit Metering Facilities from SCE under Schedule CC-DSF.

Meter Services for Retrofit Devices

The customer or the customer’s MSP provides maintenance service for retrofit Metering Facilities1/.
However, under these circumstances, SCE continues to provide maintenance for its meter and
installation, except as otherwise provided in Special Condition 5, and testing services.

Special Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) Services

The customer’s MDMA reads, validates, edits and transfers hourly usage data for non-billing
purposes.



1/
      SCE maintenance service for retrofit Metering Facilities is provided in accordance with Schedule CC-DSF, Section 4.de.      (T)


                                                              (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                                   Issued by                        (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                           Akbar Jazayeri                     Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                    Vice President                     Effective
1D0                                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                                               Revised        Cal. PUC Sheet No.          45198-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                                      Cancelling       Revised        Cal. PUC Sheet No.          43426-E


                                                            Schedule CBP                                                 Sheet 2
                                                     CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                                   (Continued)

                     Day-Ahead Option - Capacity Credit Rate ($/kW-month) i

Hours per Day              May          June        July       August        September         October         Average
    1 to 4                $ 4.05       $ 6.30     $ 14.85      $ 17.10         $ 9.45           $ 2.25          $ 9.00
    2 to 6                $ 4.95       $ 7.70     $ 18.15      $ 20.90         $ 11.56          $ 2.75          $ 11.00
    4 to 8                $ 4.95       $ 7.70     $ 18.15      $ 20.90         $ 11.56          $ 2.75          $ 11.00


                     CBP Event/Test Event Maximum Energy Credit

        All Hours: Daily SCE city gate gas price times the heat rate factor of 15,000 Btu/kWh
 i
     The amounts of the capacity credit rates will be fixed through 2008until further modified by the California Public Utilities    (T)
     Commission.




                                                                   (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                                        Issued by                          (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                                Akbar Jazayeri                       Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                                         Vice President                       Effective
2D0                                                                                                   Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45199-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.      43636-E*


                                               Schedule CBP                                Sheet 3
                                        CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                    (Continued)

SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1.    Agreements. Participants must execute all applicable Agreements prior to participation under
      this Schedule. Necessary Agreements may include Capacity Bidding Program Participant
      Agreement (Form 14-776), Capacity Bidding Program Aggregator Agreement (Form 14-777),
      Notice by Aggregator to Add/Delete Customer Service Accounts (Form 14-775), and
      Customer Information Standardized Request (CISR-S).

2.    CBP Events. CBP Events may be triggered on any weekday from May 1 through October 31
      of each year between the hours of 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding
      holidays. Excluded holidays are Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July
      4), and Labor Day (first Monday in September). A CBP Event can be scheduled on a Day-Of
      basis and on a Day-Ahead basis on any weekday within the date parameters prescribed
      herein.

      CBP Event Triggers. The economic criterion that a 15,000 Btu/kWh heat rate thermal
      resource is or should be dispatched. This criterion may be caused by any one of the following
      conditions:

               i. High temperatures; or
               ii. Resource limitations; or
               iii. A generating unit outage; or
               iv. Transmission constraints; or
               v. CAISO Alert; or
               vi. SCE system emergency

3.    CBP Test Events. Up to two (2) CBP Test Events may be called in each calendar year. All
      notification protocols, as well as all applicable credits and penalties, will apply during CBP
      Test Events. A CBP Test Event can be scheduled on a Day-Of basis and on a Day-Ahead
      basis on any weekday within the date parameters prescribed above.

4.    Notification of a CBP Event/Test Event. SCE will notify Participants of a CBP Event/Test
      Event via SCE’s designated CBP Internet Website. Notification may also be given via pager,
      electronic mail, or by telephone. The Day-Ahead CBP Event/Test Event notice will be
      provided no later than 3 p.m. the day before a Day-Ahead CBP Event/Test Event. The Day-
      Of CBP Event/Test Event will be scheduled at least ½ hour before the California Independent         (T)
      System Operator (CAISO) Hour Ahead Market is scheduled (approximately three hours prior             (T)
      to commencing the Day-Of CBP Event/Test Event.)




                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri             Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President             Effective
3D0                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45200-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.        41708-E*


                                                Schedule CBP                                Sheet 6
                                         CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                    (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)
10.   Delivered Energy Payment. (Continued)
      b.         All Recorded Reduced Energy in excess of 150 percent of the Capacity Nomination
                 shall not be eligible for a Delivered Energy Payment.
      c.         If the Recorded Reduced Energy is less than 100 percent of the Capacity Nomination,
                 then Shortfall Energy is defined as the Capacity Nomination minus the Recorded
                 Reduced Energy. Shortfall Energy shall be multiplied by the California Independent
                 System Operator’s (Cal ISO CAISO’s ) hourly ex-post zonal average energy price for        (T)
                 South Path (SP) 15 real-time energy market price and the resulting quantity               (T)
                 subtracted from the Delivered Energy Payment, as calculated in 10.a above.
11.   Recorded Reduced Capacity. The Recorded Reduced Capacity equals the difference
      between the Participant’s/Aggregator’s Energy Baseline per hour and its recorded kW per
      hour during each hour of a CBP Event/Test Event.
12.   Delivered Capacity Payment. When there are zero CBP Events/Test Events called during an
      operating month, the Participant’s/Aggregator’s Delivered Capacity Payment shall equal the
      Capacity Nomination multiplied by the applicable Capacity Payment, as shown in the Rates
      section of this Schedule. When there is one or more CBP Events/Test Events called during
      an operating month, the Delivered Capacity Payment shall be calculated as follows. During
      each hour of each CBP Event/Test Event:
           a.    When the Recorded Reduced Capacity is at least 100 percent of the Capacity
                 Nomination the hourly Delivered Capacity Payment shall equal 100 percent of the
                 Capacity Nomination multiplied by the applicable Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in
                 the Rates section of this Schedule. However, all Recorded Reduced Capacity above
                 100 percent of the Capacity Nomination shall not be eligible for compensation.
           b.    When the Recorded Reduced Capacity is at least 90 percent of the Capacity
                 Nomination, but less than 100 percent of the Capacity Nomination, the hourly
                 Delivered Capacity Payment will equal the actual Recorded Reduced Capacity
                 multiplied by the applicable Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in the Rates section of
                 this Schedule.
           c.    When the Recorded Reduced Capacity is at least 75 percent of the Capacity
                 Nomination, but no greater than 89.99 percent of the Capacity Nomination, the
                 Delivered Capacity Payment will equal the Recorded Reduced Capacity multiplied by
                 50% of the applicable Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in the Rates Section of this
                 Schedule.
           d.    When the Recorded Reduced Capacity equals 74.99 percent or less of the Capacity
                 Nomination, the hourly Delivered Capacity Payment shall equal zero during that hour.
           e.    When the Recorded Reduced Capacity is less than 50 percent of the Capacity
                 Nomination, the hourly Delivered Capacity Payment will equal the actual Recorded
                 Reduced Capacity minus 50 percent of the Capacity Nomination, multiplied by the
                 Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in the Rates section of this Schedule. This will
                 produce a negative dollar amount that will either act as a charge to the
                 Participant/Aggregator or offset the hourly Delivered Capacity Payment in other hours
                 where a positive Delivered Capacity Payment accrued.
           When multiple CBP Events/Test Events occur in a given operating month, then the total
           monthly Delivered Capacity Payment will equal the sum of all the hourly Delivered Capacity
           Payments divided by the total event hours in the operating month



                                                   (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President              Effective
6D0                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45201-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.         43637-E


                                               Schedule CBP                                  Sheet 7
                                        CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                   (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)
13.   Disbursement of Delivered Energy Payment and Delivered Capacity Payment. Aggregators
      will receive applicable CBP payments or charges, as calculated in Special Conditions 10 and
      12 above, approximately thirty (30) days after the end of each operating month but no later
      than sixty (60) days after the end of each operating month. Payments to Aggregators will be
      in the form of a check, or when such calculations result in a net charge, SCE shall bill the
      Aggregator accordingly. Participants may receive applicable CBP payments in the form of a
      check or in the form of a bill credit on the Participant’s SCE electric bill, as solely determined
      by SCE, approximately thirty (30) days after the end of each operating month but no later than
      sixty (60) days after the end of each operating month. When the sum of a Participant’s
      Delivered Energy Payments and Delivered Capacity Payments, as calculated in Special
      Conditions 10 and 12 above, results in a net CBP charge for the operating month, such CBP
      charge may be included as a separate line item on the Participant’s SCE electric bill, or may
      be separately billed directly to the Participant, as solely determined by SCE.
14.   Aggregator Services. SCE has no obligations under this Schedule to the service accounts of
      a customer who elects, or is required, to be included in an Aggregator’s list of participating
      service accounts. Customers with service accounts included in an Aggregator’s list of
      participating service accounts must work with their Aggregator to determine applicable CBP
      requirements and/or payments. With the exception of the metering requirements, all other
      provisions of this Schedule, including payments, are applicable only to the Aggregator, not the
      individual service accounts working through an Aggregator. SCE’s relationship, for purposes
      of his Schedule, is with the Aggregator not the individual service accounts of an Aggregator.
15.   Required Metering and Internet Communication Equipment. A Participant’s service account,
      and all service accounts of a participating Aggregator, must have an approved interval meter
      and approved meter communications equipment installed and operating prior to eligibility for
      service under this Schedule. The interval meter must be able to be read remotely by SCE. In
      addition to SCE, an MDMA may also read the meter on behalf of an Energy Service Provider
      (ESP) where one or more of an Aggregator’s participating service accounts are receiving
      Direct Access. Metering equipment (including telephone, or radio control communication
      device) must be in operation for at least ten (10) days prior to eligibility under this Schedule,
      for the purposes of establishing EB. An internet connection is also required for eligibility          (T)
      under this Schedule.                                                                                  (T)
16.   Relationship to Other Demand Response Programs. Customer’s service accounts enrolled in
      CBP may also participate in Schedule OBMC (OBMC) and Schedule SLRP (SLRP).
      Customer’s service accounts on this Schedule shall not participate in the CAISO’s Ancillary           (T)
      Services Load Program or other SCE resource contracts.
17.   Direct Access and Community Choice Aggregation Customers. Direct Access (DA) and
      Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) customers served under this Schedule as a
      Participant must make the necessary arrangements with their ESP or Community Choice
      Aggregator before receiving service under this Schedule. DA or CCA customers served under
      this Schedule as a Participant must notify their ESP or Community Choice Aggregator when a
      CBP Event/Test Event has been scheduled. Such DA or CCA Participant must arrange for a
      Scheduling Coordinator to Scheduling Coordinator (SC-to-SC) trade with SCE’s program
      coordinator for payments to be received. A DA or CCA Participant is responsible for the
      following: 1) The SC-to-SC trade must be submitted in a timeframe that complies with the
      California Independent System Operator’s (ISO’s) requirements; and 2) all additional costs
      incurred by SCE, or SCE’s program coordinator, when the Participant’s Scheduling
      Coordinator (SC) fails to submit a SC-to-SC trade or when the SC-to-SC trade is not accepted
      by the ISO because of an action or inaction of the Participant’s SC. See the Capacity Bidding
      Program Aggregator Agreement (Form 14-777), and Capacity Bidding Program Participant
      Agreement (Form 14-776).


                                                   (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President                Effective
7D0                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45202-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       43638-E


                                               Schedule CBP                                  Sheet 8
                                        CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                   (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

18.   Customer-Owned Electrical Generating Facilities. Load reductions may be achieved by
      operating back-up or onsite generation. The Participant or service accounts of an Aggregator,
      whichever is applicable, will be solely responsible for meeting all environmental and other
      regulatory requirements for the operation of such generation.

      a.       Where customer-owned electrical generating facilities are used to meet a part or all of
               the Participant or service accounts of an Aggregator, whichever is applicable,
               electrical requirements, service shall be provided concurrently under the terms and
               conditions of Schedule S and this Schedule. Parallel operation of such generating
               facilities with SCE’s electrical system is permitted. A Generation Agreement is
               required for such operation.

      b.       Customer-owned electrical generating facilities used solely for auxiliary, emergency,
               or standby purposes (auxiliary/emergency generating facilities) to serve the load of
               Participant or service accounts of an Aggregator, whichever is applicable, during a
               period when SCE’s service is unavailable and when such load is isolated from the
               service of SCE are not subject to Schedule S. However, upon approval by SCE,
               momentary parallel operation may be permitted in order for the customer to avoid
               interruption of load during a CBP Event/Test Event or to allow the Participant or
               service accounts of an Aggregator, whichever is applicable, to test the
               auxiliary/emergency generating facilities. A Momentary Parallel Generation Contract
               is required for this type of service.

19.   Definitions. The follows Definitions are applicable to service provided under this Schedule:
      a.       Aggregator: An entity that aggregates two or more service accounts of end-use
               customers, or multiple service accounts of a single end-use customer, or a single
               service account of an end-use customer, for the purpose of participating under this
               schedule as an Aggregator.

      b.       Participant: A Bundled Service, Direct Access, or Community Choice Aggregation
               Service customer with a single participating service account, and where such service
               account is currently served under an SCE general service or agricultural rate
               schedule.

      c.       Direct Access Customer: Where the customer obtains its electric power and ancillary
               services from an Electric Energy Service Provider.                                         (T)

      d.       Community Choice Aggregation Service Customer: A customer located within the
               jurisdiction of Community Choice Aggregator who receives electric power from such
               Community Choice Aggregator.

      e.       Electric Energy Service Provider: An entity that provides electric power and ancillary     (T)
               services (including, but not limited to Aggregators, brokers, and marketers, but
               excluding utilities) to an end-use customer.




                                                   (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President               Effective
8D0                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                      Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45203-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                 Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.      42957-E*


                                        Schedule CCA-CRS                               Sheet 2
                               COMMUNITY CHOICE AGGREGATION COST
                                   RESPONSIBILITY SURCHARGE
                                           (Continued)
RATES (Continued)
The sum of the CTC, PCIA-URG and PCIA-DWR components of CCA-CRS is $.020/kWh and is
subject to true-up. SCE will true-up the difference between the CTC and the product of the PCIA-
URG and PCIA-DWR forecast rate of $0.020/kWh and the actual liabilities within 18 months if the
forecast is at least 30% lower than or higher than the rate of $0.020/kWh. The components of
Schedule CCA-CRS are as follows:
       1.      The DWRBC is the Department of Water Resources Bond Charge to recover the
               interest and principal of DWR bonds.
       2.      The CTC is the Competition Transition Charge which recovers the above market
               costs of utility retained generation.
      3.       Power Charge Indifference Adjustment (PCIA) Utility Retained Generation (URG)
               reflects the DA Customers’ share of ongoing power costs after 2002 as determined
               pursuant to the methodology adopted in D.06-07-030. The PCIA-URG is determined
               residually by subtracting the authorized CTC component of DA-CRS from the
               indifference rate developed in accordance with the DA CRS Working Group report.
               PCIA-URG is a non-zero amount in instances where CTC exceeds the indifference
               rate and is effective until such time as the full DA-CRS undercollection has been
               recovered.
      4.       PCIA Department Water Resources (DWR) is determined residually by subtracting
               the authorized CTC component of DA-CRS from the indifference rate developed in
               accordance with the DA CRS Working Group report. The PCIA-DWR component
               cannot be negative.
      5.       Undercollection Contribution (UC) recovers revenues uncollected from DA Customers
               during the period over which the full cost DA-CRS exceeded the capped DA-CRS.
               The undercollection period is defined as September 1, 2001 to December 31, 2005.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS
1.    California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) and medical baseline eligible CCA customers
      are treated in a similar manner to Direct Access customers with respect to CRS. Thus, CARE
      and medical baseline eligible CCA Service Customers are exempt from the DWRBC, the
      PCIA-URG, and the PCIA-DWR.
2.    Continuous DA customers who “opt-in” to CCA shall also retain their continuous DA status
      and remain exempt from the DWRBC, the PCIA-URG, and the PCIA-DWR components
      contained in this Schedule.
3.    The DA-CRS undercollection (DA-CRS-UC) provisions of schedule DA-CRS are applicable to
      Bundle Service and CCA Service customers, including Transitional Bundled Service (TBS)
      customers served concurrently under Schedule PC-TBS, who as past Direct Access
      Customers are responsible for payment of the DA-CRS-UC.
4.    Collection of CTC, the PCIICA-URG, and the PCIA-DWR costs applicable to Community               (T)
      Aggregation (CA) Customers pursuant to Decision 05-01-009 is temporarily suspended
      pending a true-up of CRS for CCA Customers.




(To be inserted by utility)                     Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                             Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                      Vice President              Effective
2D0                                                                       Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45204-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     44166-E*


                                          Schedule DA-RCSC                                 Sheet 7
                                           DIRECT ACCESS
                                   REVENUE CYCLE SERVICES CREDITS
                                              (Continued)

SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1.    Credits for metering and related services:

           a) One or more credits for each applicable rate schedule under this tariff may be applied
              to a customer’s energy bill when a customer is served under Direct Access, CCA
              Service, or Bundled Service and has a standard meter changed to a non-standard
              meter; or a Direct Access or CCA Service customer who returns to Bundled Service
              and continues to own their non-standard meter. Unless otherwise specified, such
              credits will be applied only when customers whose standard meter change results in
              the installation of a non-standard meter. The Meter Ownership credits are not
              applicable when a customer adds metering facilities to their existing standard meter to
              receive hourly usage data.

           b) Customers who obtain non-standard meters under Rule 2, Section J, shall receive the
              applicable credit per meter under the Meter Ownership section of this Schedule.

2.    Rate Schedules not listed in the Rates Section. SCE has other rate schedules applicable to
      electric service that are not listed in the Rates Section of this tariff. However, such rate
      schedules are applicable only when used in conjunction with a rate schedule listed in the
      Rates section. For example, if a customer is receiving electric service under Schedule D-APS
      their concurrent rate schedule is Schedule D. Thus, they would receive a credit amount listed
      for Schedule D. If a customer is served under Schedule I-6 their concurrent rate schedule is
      Schedule TOU-8 and they would receive a credit amount listed for Schedule TOU-8.
      However, in some cases depending on the customer’s level of demand or if the customer
      elects a time-of-use rate schedule the concurrent rate schedule will vary. For example,
      customers on Schedule AEDR, EEDR, or REDREDR-A, EDR-E, or EDR-R will have a                       (T)
      concurrent rate schedule of either Schedule GS-2, TOU-GS-3, or TOU-8, depending on the            (T)
      customers demand or if served under a time-of-use rate schedule. The credit amount for
      such customers would be for the credit amount listed for either Schedule GS-2, TOU-GS-3, or       (T)
      TOU-8, which ever is applicable. Therefore, when a customer is provided service under more
      than one rate schedule, the customer shall receive only one credit for each of the revenue
      cycle services being provided which is based on the applicable rate schedule listed in the
      Rates Section of this tariff.




                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri             Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President             Effective
7D0                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                           Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45205-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.         43640-E**


                                              Schedule DBP                                    Sheet 1
                                         DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                   (Continued)
APPLICABILITY
This Schedule is optional for customers with maximum demands 200 kW and above, defined herein
as registered Maximum Demand of greater than 200 kW in any three months during the preceding
twelve months, who are not receiving service under Real Time Pricing (RTP) rate schedules or who
are not participating in the California Independent System Operator’s (CAISO)ISO’s Ancillary                   (T)
Services Load Program or the Capacity Bidding Program (CBP). Individual participants must
commit to reduce a minimum of 30 kW per hour, whereas, Aggregated Groups must commit to
reduce a minimum of 100 kW per hour, during a DBP Event. The aggregated Group provisions, as
shown in the Special Condition section of this Schedule, are applicable to customers who form an
Aggregated Group
The Demand Bidding Program (DBP) is a year round bidding program that offers Day-Of and
Day-Ahead price incentives to customers for reducing energy consumption during a DBP Event. A
Day-Of DBP Event may be called when reserve margins result in the Independent System Operator                  (T)
(CAISO) issuing a Stage 1 or greater emergency. A Day-Ahead DBP Event may be called, at
SCE’s discretion, when it is needed based on CAISO emergencies, day-ahead load or price                         (
forecasts, extreme or unusual temperature conditions impacting system demand and/or SCE’s                       T)
procurement needs. An Interval Metering system, as defined in the Special Conditions section of
this Schedule is required to receive service under this Schedule. Service under this Schedule is
subject to meter availability.
TERRITORY

Within the entire territory served.
RATES

All other charges and provisions of the customer’s otherwise applicable tariff (OAT) shall apply,
except a participating customer or participating Aggregated Group, that reduces energy during a
DBP Event may receive a discount in the form of a credit on its bill within 90 days of the DBP Event.

      DBP Credit per kWh:
      Bundled Service participants shall receive a flat rate credit equal to 60 cents per kWh of load
      reduction for participation in a Day-Of event/test event and shall receive a flat rate credit equal
      to 50 cents per kWh of load reduction for participation in a Day-Ahead event/test event. Direct
      Access (DA) and Community Choice Aggregation Service (CCA Service) participants shall
      receive a flat rate credit equal to 60 cents per kWh of load reduction minus the CAISO’s
      hourly ex-post zonal average energy pricereal-time energy market price for SP 15 for                     (T)
      participation in a Day-Of event/test event and shall receive a flat rate credit equal to 50 cents        (T)
      per kWh of load reduction minus the CAISO’s hourly real-time energy market price ex-post
      zonal average energy price for SP 15 for participation in a Day-Ahead event/test event.                  (T)

      A DBP credit will apply to any amount of actual load reduction that is 50 percent or greater
      and less than or equal to 200 percent of the customer’s Energy Bid or Aggregated Group’s
      Committed Load Reduction, whichever is applicable, and at no time will a DBP credit apply
      during hours that a participant’s actual load reduction is less than the Minimum Energy
      Reduction Threshold, or Aggregated Group Minimum Load Reduction Requirements,
      whichever is applicable.




                                                   (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President                Effective
1D0                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                        Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45206-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                   Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.        43641-E*


                                             Schedule DBP                                  Sheet 2
                                        DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                  (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1.    Agreement. Participating customers and participating Aggregated Groups must sign a DBP
      Agreement. This Agreement shall become effective after SCE determines the customer has
      complied with the installation of the required metering equipment in accordance with the
      terms and conditions of the Agreement and this Schedule.

2.    DBP Event. A DBP Event may be triggered when any of the following conditions are met:

      Day-Of Events:

      a.     A Day-Of Event will be triggered when the CAISO issues a Stage 1 emergency (or                (T)
             greater) for the affected service territory. Only Standing bids will be accepted for the
             Day-Of-Event.

      Day-Ahead Events:
      At SCE’s discretion when needed based on factors such as:

      a.     CAISO emergencies, defined as a stage 1 event or higher                                       (T)
      b.     Day-Ahead load and/or price forecasts
      c.     Extreme or unusual temperature conditions impacting system demand; and/or
      d.     SCE procurement needs

      Once triggered, a DBP Event may be in effect between Noon and 8:00 p.m. Monday through
      Friday, excluding holidays.

3.    DBP Test Event. Test events may be activated on a Day-Of or on a Day-Ahead basis by SCE
      no more than 2 times per year, lasting no longer than 4 hours each. Participants must meet
      the same requirements as those of an actual DBP Event to receive the appropriate DBP
      credit.




                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                       Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                               Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                        Vice President               Effective
2D0                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.         45207-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.         43430-E


                                             Schedule DBP                                   Sheet 3
                                        DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                   (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)
4.    Notification of DBP Events and Submission and Acceptance of Energy Bids, Aggregated
      Group Energy Bids, and Standing Bids.

      a.       Notification of Day-Of DBP Events. SCE will notify a customer or an Aggregated
               Group’s Designated Lead account, whichever is applicable, of a DBP Event via
               SCE’s notification system. SCE’s primary notification method will be via telephone
               call, but as a courtesy, may also include electronic mail, pager, or fax. SCE will begin
               to notify a customer or an Aggregated Group’s Designated Lead account after a
               Stage 1 (or greater) emergency is called by the CAISO. An event will not begin later          (T)
               than 6 pm to allow for a minimum of 2 hours for the event. If the initial notification
               attempt is unsuccessful, SCE will immediately make up to two more attempts to
               successfully notify a customer or an Aggregated Group’s Designated Lead account.
               An Event will occur, on the next hour, following delivery of notifications. SCE does
               not guarantee customer receipt of the notification.

      b.       Notification of DBP Day-Ahead Events. SCE will notify a customer or an Aggregated
               Group’s Designated Lead account, whichever is applicable, of a DBP Event via
               SCE’s notification system. SCE’s primary notification method will be via telephone
               call, but as a courtesy, may also include electronic mail, pager, or fax. SCE will begin
               to notify a customer or an Aggregated Group’s Designated Lead account at, or about,
               12 noon the day before an event (for an event occurring on Monday notifications may
               be given on the previous Friday). If the initial notification attempt is unsuccessful,
               SCE will immediately make up to two more attempts to successful notify a customer
               or an Aggregated Group’s Designated lead account. SCE does not guarantee
               customer receipt of the notification.

      c.       Submission of Energy Bids/Aggregated Group Energy Bids.              Both individual
               customers and Aggregated Groups shall submit Energy Bids via SCE’s designated
               Internet website only, no later than 11:00 a.m. on the Day-Of Event and no later than
               4:00 p.m. on the day preceding the Day-Ahead Event.

      d.       Submission of Standing Energy Bids. Both individual customers and Aggregated
               Groups may submit Standing Energy Bids. Bids must be identified as Standing
               Energy Bids and will remain in effect until such time the individual customer or
               Aggregator withdraws or modifies the Standing Bid. SCE will notify customers or
               Aggregated Groups Designated Lead Account of the acceptance or rejection of bids
               via the DBP website. Once a Day-Ahead event has been called, adjustments to a
               Standing Energy Bid must be completed as prescribed above.
      e.       Acceptance of Energy Bids/Aggregated Group Energy Bids. Within one hour after
               the bid submission deadline, SCE shall evaluate each timely submitted bid, accept or
               reject each bid, and notify the customer or Aggregated Group Designated Lead
               account of the result. Bids shall be accepted for non-holiday weekdays only. Once a
               bid has been accepted, the bid shall not subsequently be rejected by SCE. SCE will
               notify customers or Aggregated Groups Designated Lead account of the acceptance
               or rejection of bids via the DBP website. SCE does not guarantee the reliability of the
               Internet site by which customers or Aggregated Groups submit bids and receive
               information regarding this Schedule.




                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President               Effective
3D0                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45208-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.       43642-E*


                                             Schedule DBP                                   Sheet 5
                                        DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                   (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

7.    Individual Customers: This Special Condition applies to all customers except those who form
      an Aggregated Group.

      c.       Required Metering and Internet Communication Equipment. Prior to participation on
               this Schedule, a customer must have Interval Metering and Internet access to SCE’s
               designated Internet DBP website notifications. Metering equipment must be in
               operation for at least ten (10) weekdays (non holidays) prior to participation on this
               Schedule to establish a customer’s Customer Specific Energy Baseline (CSEB). For
               participating service accounts where SCE is the MDMA and MSP, and have monthly
               maximum demands of 50 kW and above, who do not have the required interval
               metering, SCE will provide and install such equipment at no cost to the customer,
               subject to available funding.

               Bundled sService Ccustomers receiving an interval meter at no charge from SCE              (T)
               through this Program will be able to continue to use it at no additional cost even after
               the Program is terminated, provided that the customer remained in the Program
               continuously for a minimum period of one year and provided that the SCE-owned
               meter is, in SCE’s determination, still operable. A customer who receives an interval
               meter through this Program but later elects to leave the Program prior to the one-year
               anniversary date, or is terminated for cause, will reimburse SCE for all expenses
               associated with the installation and maintenance of the meter.

      d.       Cancellation of Energy Bid Solicitation. An Energy Bid solicitation may be cancelled
               any time prior to the submission deadlines identified in Condition 4.c.

       e.      Recorded Reduced Energy (RRE). The RRE equals the difference between the
               customer’s CSEB and the recorded kWh of an accepted Energy Bid during a DBP
               Event.

      f.       DBP Credits. A DBP Credit will only apply to the portion of RRE in any hour that falls
               within a +100 percent or -50 percent bandwidth of the customer’s Energy Bid. At no
               time will a DBP credit apply during hours a customer does not meet the Minimum
               Energy Reduction Threshold.

      g.       Minimum Energy Reduction Threshold. The minimum energy reduction must be at
               least 50 percent of the customer’s Energy Bid and greater than or equal to 30 kW.




                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President               Effective
5D0                                                                           Resolution
Southern California Edison                                         Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.        45209-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling   Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.        43643-E*


                                             Schedule DBP                                   Sheet 8
                                        DEMAND BIDDING PROGRAM

                                                  (Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

9.      Relationship to Other Interruptible/Curtailment Programs. An individual customer service
        account or service account within an Aggregated Group, currently taking service under a
        Schedule TOU-GS-3-CPP (TOU-GS-3-CPP), Schedule TOU-8-CPP (TOU-8-CPP),
        Schedule TOU-8-CPP-GCCD (TOU-8-CPP-GCCD), Schedule I-6 (I-6), Schedule TOU-BIP
        (TOU-BIP), Schedule AP-I (AP-I), Schedule OBMC, Schedule GS-APS (GS-APS), and
        Schedule GS-APS-E (GS-APS-E), may be eligible for this program. However, under no
        circumstances will a customer or Aggregated Group customer taking service under this
        Schedule concurrently with any of the aforementioned applicable Schedules/Programs
        receive more than one incentive payment for the same interrupted/curtailed load. Should
        either the CAISO or SCE activate a demand response Event, or a notice of Interruption on           (T)
        any Schedule listed above for which a DBP customer or Aggregated Group customer
        participates on, as set forth in the provisions of the applicable rate schedules, during any
        period that overlaps with the period of a DBP Event under this Schedule, no credits under
        this Schedule will apply during the period of overlap and all provisions of a customer’s or
        Aggregated Group customer’s Otherwise Applicable Schedule, shall prevail. For the
        duration of this Schedule, a customer or Aggregated Group customer enrolled in this
        program shall not participate in any CAISO Ancillary Services Load Program or pay for              (T)
        performance program.

10.     Customer-Owned Electrical Generating Facilities.   Customers may achieve energy
        reductions by operating back-up or onsite generation. The customer will be solely
        responsible for meeting all environmental and other regulatory requirements for the
        operation of such generation.

        a.       Where customer-owned electrical generating facilities are used to meet a part or all
                 of the customer’s electrical requirements, service shall be provided concurrently
                 under the terms and conditions of Schedule S and this Schedule. Parallel operation
                 of such generating facilities with SCE’s electrical system is permitted. A Generation
                 Agreement is required for such operation.

        b.       Customer-owned electrical generating facilities used solely for auxiliary,
                 emergency, or standby purposes (auxiliary/emergency generating facilities) to serve
                 the customer’s load during a period when SCE’s service is unavailable and when
                 such load is isolated from the service of SCE are not subject to Schedule S.
                 However, upon approval by SCE, momentary parallel operation may be permitted in
                 order for the customer to avoid interruption of load during a DBP Event or to allow
                 the customer to test the auxiliary/emergency generating facilities. A Momentary
                 Parallel Generation Contract is required for this type of service.

11.   Failure to Reduce Energy. No penalties will be assessed under this Schedule if a customer or
      Aggregated Group fails to comply to reduce energy during a DBP Event.




                                                  (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President              Effective
8D0                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                            Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45210-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.       43646-E*


                                               Schedule SLRP                                 Sheet 1
                                    SCHEDULED LOAD REDUCTION PROGRAM

                                                    (Continued)
APPLICABILITY

This Schedule is optional for Bundled Service Customers with an average monthly demand of
100 kW or greater and who agree to reduce load by a preset amount during prescheduled days and
times, as specified in this Schedule. This Schedule is not available to customers receiving service
under, Schedule OBMC (OBMC) or the ISO’s Ancillary Services Program in which the customer
agrees to curtail or interrupt its load when called upon to do so under the terms of such program.
This Schedule is available to Schedule TOU-GS-3-CPP, Schedule TOU-8-CPP, Schedule TOU-8-
CPP-GCCD, Schedules I-6 (I-6), Schedule TOU-BIP (TOU-BIP), and Schedule AP-I (AP-I)
customers who have fulfilled their annual maximum interruption obligations under those rate
schedules and to customers receiving service under Schedule CBP (CBP), Schedule DBP (DBP),                   (T)
Schedule GS-APS (GS-APS), and Schedule GS-APS-E (GS-APS-E). The customer must commit
to at least a 15 percent reduction in load, based on the customer’s maximum demand in the
previous 12 months, which shall not be less than 100 kW, as determined by SCE. Service under
this Schedule is provided on a first-come first-served basis and is limited to a total of 300 MW of
estimated contracted scheduled load reduction commitments for any given eligible day.          This
Schedule is applicable only from June 1 through September 30 of each year.
TERRITORY

Within the entire territory served.

RATES

All other charges and provisions of the customer’s otherwise applicable rate schedule shall apply,
except that a customer who meets its load reduction requirements during a Scheduled Load
Reduction Program (SLRP) Event, as determined by SCE, in accordance with the Special
Conditions of this Schedule will receive an incentive payment in the form of a bill credit equal to the
amount of qualified total reduced load, represented in kWh, in eligible months multiplied by the
appropriate per kWh incentive amount as follows:

                              Scheduled Load Reduction            Incentive Amount
                                     time-period                      per kWh

                               8:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon                   $0.10
                               12:00 Noon - 4:00 p.m.                   $0.10
                                4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.                   $0.10




                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President                Effective
1D0                                                                             Resolution
                                                                                                   LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS




11D0
                                                                                                               (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                            Most Comparable




       Advice
       Decision
                                                                                                                                       Commission            Regular Tariff
                                                                                       Type or Class          Date of                  Authorization               Schedule Contract
                                                   Name and Location of Customer        of Service     Execution    Expiration      Number           Date         No.       Difference

                                                   LINE EXTENSIONS (Continued)




                  2344-E
                                                   Oscar O. Clementson                  General          -             -            D. 88083        11-08-77   Rule 15.C     Exemption from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Rosemead, California




                                                   Wofford Heights, Kern Co.                                                                                                 mandatory




       (To be inserted by utility)
                                                                                                                                                                             underground
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Southern California Edison




                                                   Ellen Laule                          General          -             -            D. 88516        02-22-78   Rule 15.C     Exemption from
                                                   Tulare Co.                                                                                                                mandatory
                                                                                                                                                                             underground
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (U 338-E)




                                                   Zond, Kern County                    General          -             -                -           06-16-04 Rule A.3.a      Exemption from   (T)
                                                                                                                                    Advice 1795-E                            mandatory        (T)
                                                                                                                                                                             underground

                                                   Petersen Publishing Co. Elizabeth    Domestic       11-02-83    Ten years from   Res. E-2015     09-06-84   Rule 15.E.7   Special
                                                   agreement,
                                                   Lake Road, 90th St. West, Leona                                 date service     Advice 639-E                             uneconomic
                                                   extension
                                                   Valley, Los Angeles County                                      rendered

                                                   Western States Microwave Trans-      General        12-12-83    Ten years from   Res. E-2015     09-06-84   Rule 15.E.7   Special




         Issued by
                                     (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                                                                    (Continued)




                                                   agreement,




       Vice President
       Akbar Jazayeri
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Cancelling




                                                   mission Co., San Bernardino                                     date service     Advice 644-E                             uneconomic
                                                   extension
                                                   County (Iron Mountain)                                          rendered
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  List of Contracts and Deviations




                                                   GTE Sprint, l3 mi. N/W Blythe        General        02-21-84    Ten years from   Res. E-2015     09-06-84   Rule 15.E.7   Special
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Revised




                                                   agreement,
                                                   Riverside County                                                date service     Advice 653-E                             uneconomic
                                                   extension
                                                                                                                   rendered




Effective
                                                   Intermountain Power Project          General        03-13-84    Ten years from   Res. E-2015     09-06-84   Rule 15.E.7   Special




Resolution
                                                   agreement,
                                                   15 mi. N/O Inyokern, Inyo                                       date service     Advice 655-E                             uneconomic
                                                   extension
                                                   County                                                          rendered
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Cal. PUC Sheet No.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Cal. PUC Sheet No.




                                                   Harry Antonian, 12664 Elizabeth      Domestic       04-05-84    Ten years from   Advice 666-E    10-25-84   Rule 15.E.7   Special
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Sheet 11




                                                   agreement,
                                                   Lake Road, Leona Valley,                                        date service                                              uneconomic




Date Filed May 18, 2009
                                                   extension




(To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
                                                   Los Angeles County                                              rendered
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     36395-E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     45211-E




                                                   Larry Burns and Walter Light         Domestic       02-27-84    Ten years from   Res. E-2038     05-15-85   Rule 15.E.7   Special
                                                                                                   LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS




16D0
                                                                                                               (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                                 Most Comparable




       Advice
                                                                                                                                          Commission              Regular Tariff




       Decision
                                                                                       Type or Class           Date of                    Authorization             Schedule           Contract
                                                   Name and Location of Customer        of Service     Execution       Expiration       Number          Date           No.            Difference

                                                   RULES – OTHER (Continued)




                  2344-E
                                                   Universal Studios                     General       10-15-03                         Res. E-38555 11-13-03     Rule 2.H         Special Added(T)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Rosemead, California




                                                                                                                                                                  Forms 16-308     Facilities
                                                   Agree-




       (To be inserted by utility)
                                                                                                                                                                  And 16-309       ments.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Southern California Edison




                                                   Deviation
                                                                                                                                                                                   from Forms
                                                                                                                                                                                   16-308 /16-
                                                   309.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                (U 338-E)




                                                                                                                                                                                   Modification of
                                                                                                                                                                                   Paragraph 19
                                                   &
                                                                                                                                                                                   Addition of
                                                                                                                                                                                   Paragarphs
                                                   20-23

                                                   Vintage Petroleum                     General       02-09-04       Termination       A.L. 1778-E   03-20-04    Rule 9           Flat
                                                   Percentage
                                                   Ventura County                                                     of Service                                  A.1              Rate

                                                                                         Transformer/Line




         Issued by
                                                                                                                                                                                   Losses




                                     (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                                                                      (Continued)




       Vice President
       Akbar Jazayeri
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Cancelling




                                                   City of Mission Viejo                 General       06-25-04       Termination       A.L. 1807-E               Rule 20          Special use of
                                                                                                                      of Service                                                   Rule 20
                                                   Section A
                                                                                                                                                                                   allocations for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    List of Contracts and Deviations




                                                                                                                                                                                   replacement
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Revised




                                                   of
                                                                                                                                                                                   overhead with
                                                                                                                                                                                   underground
                                                                                                                                                                                   electric
                                                   facilities




Effective
                                                                                                                                                                                   to initially




Resolution
                                                   install
                                                                                                                                                                                   electric
                                                   facilities                                                                                                                      underground
                                                   SAMPLE FORMS

                                                   Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co.     General       09-29-50       30 days notice    G.O. 96-IX    11-28-50    Form C-301       Special form
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Cal. PUC Sheet No.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Cal. PUC Sheet No.



                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Sheet 16




                                                   Oat Mountain Peak




Date Filed May 18, 2009
                                                   County of Tulare and State of         General       07-20-54       Until U.S.        D. 50777      11-16-54    Form C-301       Special form




(To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
                                                   California, Blue Ridge Mountain                                    Forestry permit
                                                                                                                      expires or is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       36572-E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       45212-E




                                                                                                                      terminated
Southern California Edison                                           Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45213-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                      Cancelling   Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.      44237-E


                                                      Rule 1                                   Sheet 12
                                                   DEFINITIONS

                                                       (Continued)
  Rules: Tariff sheets which set forth the application of all rates, charges, and service when such
   applicability is not set forth in and as part of the rate schedules.

  SCE: Southern California Edison (See Company, Edison, or Utility).

  SCE's Operating Convenience: The term refers to the utilization, under certain circumstances, or
   facilities or practices not ordinarily employed which contribute to the overall efficiency of SCE's
   operations; it does not refer to customer convenience nor to the use of facilities or adoption of
   practices required to comply with applicable laws, ordinances, rules or regulations, or similar
   requirements of public authorities.

  Scheduling Coordinator (SC): An entity certified by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that
    acts as a go-between with the ISO on behalf of generators, supply aggregators (wholesale
    marketers), retailers, and customers to schedule the supply and consumption of electricity.

  Seasonal Service: Service to establishments which are occupied seasonally or intermittently, such
    as seasonal resorts, cottages or other part-time establishments.

  Separate SCE/ESP Billing: A situation in which SCE and an Energy Service Provider each bill a
    customer separately for their own services.

  Service Account: For Direct Access, the Service Account is where electric power and ancillary
    services are delivered and recorded (metered) for billing purposes. See also the definition of “CSS”.

  Service Wires or Connection: The group of conductors, whether overhead or underground,
    necessary to connect the service entrance conductors of the customer to SCE's supply line,
    regardless of the location of SCE's meters or transformers. An overhead service connection,
    sometimes referred to as a "service drop," is the group of conductors between the customer's
    building or other permanent support and SCE's adjacent pole.

  Service Extension: The overhead and underground primary or secondary facilities (including, but not
    limited to SCE-owned Service Facilities and Applicant-owned service facilities) extending from the
    point of connection at the Distribution Line to the Service Delivery Point. When an underground
    Service Extension is supplied from a SCE-designated overhead pole, the beginning point of
    connection to SCE’s Distribution Line shall be where the Service Extension is connected to SCE’s
    overhead Distribution Line conductors.

  Single Enterprise: A separate business or other individual activity carried on by a customer. The
    term does not apply to associations or combinations of customers.

  Single-family Dwelling or Accommodation: A house, an apartment, a flat, or any other permanent
    residential dwelling which contains cooking facilities (not necessarily electric) and which is used as a
    residence by a single family.

  Small Customer/Applicant: Applicants for service and customers served under Domestic Rate
   Schedules and Schedules GS-1, TOU-GS-1, TOU-EV-3, PA-1, AL-2, LS-1, LS-2, LS-3, OL-1, and                   (T)
   TC-1.

  Small Commercial Customer:            Customers served under Schedules GS-1, TOU-GS-1, and
   TOU-EV-3.



                                                    (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President                Effective
12D0                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                          Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45214-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                    Cancelling    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.      22925-E


                                                    Rule 1                                  Sheet 14
                                                 DEFINITIONS

                                                    (Continued)
  Utility Users Tax: A tax imposed by local governments on SCE’s customers. SCE is required to bill          (N)
    customers within the city or county for the taxes due, collect the taxes from customers, and then pay     |
    the taxes to the city or county. The tax is calculated as a percentage of the charges billed by SCE       |
    for energy use.                                                                                          (N)

  Violence: Types of violence are to include, but are not limited to, death or injury with a weapon,
    inflicting bodily harm, allowing animals to attack, physically detaining an employee against his/her
    will, and/or tearing employee's clothing.

  Water Suppliers: Establishments primarily engaged in distributing water for sale for domestic,
   commercial, and industrial use.

  X-Ray Service: Service to any apparatus transforming electric energy into radiations similar to light
    but having wave lengths from .0006 to 2 angstroms.

  Zone: Zones are defined by zip code for purposes of establishing discretionary service fees under
   Direct Access.




(To be inserted by utility)                        Issued by                  (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                Akbar Jazayeri               Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                         Vice President               Effective
14D0                                                                          Resolution
Southern California Edison                                             Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45215-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.       45089-E


                                                    Rule 2                                       Sheet 10
                                            DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

                                                     (Continued)
  H.    Added Facilities. (Continued)
        1. (Continued)

                 a.       Facilities requested by an applicant which are in addition to or in substitution for
                          standard facilities (such as SCE’s standard line and service extension facilities),
                          which would normally be provided by SCE for delivery of service at one point,
                          through one meter, at one voltage class under its tariff schedules, or
                 b.       A pro rata portion of the facilities requested by an applicant, allocated for the
                          sole use of such applicant, which would not normally be allocated for such sole
                          use.
                 Added Facilities may include, but are not limited to, all types of equipment normally
                 installed by SCE in the development of its electrical transmission and distribution
                 systems and facilities or equipment related to SCE's provision of service to a customer
                 or a customer's receipt or utilization of SCE's electrical energy. Added Facilities also
                 include the differential costs for equipment for electrical transmission and distribution
                 systems designed by SCE which, in SCE's sole opinion, is in excess of equipment
                 required for SCE's standard serving system. Added Facilities may include poles, lines,
                 structures, fixtures, transformers, service connections, load control devices and meters.
                 However, the installation of meters capable of recording and providing interval data that
                 are in addition to or in substitution for standard meters shall be provided under the
                 provisions of Rule 2, Section J, of this Rule.                                                  (T)
                  Interval Metering Facilities as Added Facilities.

        2.       Added facilities will be installed under the terms and conditions of a contract in the form
                 on file with the California Public Utilities Commission. Such contract will include, but is
                 not limited to, the following terms and conditions:
                 a.       Where new facilities are to be installed for applicant's use as added facilities,
                          the applicant shall advance to SCE the additional installed cost of the added
                          facilities over the cost of standard facilities. At SCE's option, SCE may finance
                          the new facilities.

                 b.       The following monthly ownership charges are applicable to Added Facilities
                          Contracts with an effective date prior to 1/20/96:

                              (1)   Applicants being served by SCE-financed added facilities shall pay a
                                    monthly ownership charge of 1.34% of the cost associated with the
                                    added facilities.
                          (2)       Applicants being served by the Customer-financed added facilities shall
                                    pay a monthly ownership charge of 0.38% of the cost associated with
                                    the added facilities.




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                    (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                 Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                 Effective
10D0                                                                              Resolution
Southern California Edison                                           Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.     45216-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                     Cancelling    Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.     22941-E


                                                  Rule 2                                     Sheet 16
                                          DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

                                                   (Continued)
  J.    Interval Metering and Other Metering Facilities As Added Facilities. (Continued)

        5.       Interval Metering and/or Metering Charges. (Continued)

                 c.       Other Charges. For SCE-owned Interval Metering and/or Metering Facilities,
                          the customer shall pay the maintenance and testing charges in accordance
                          with Schedule CC-DSF. This charge shall include repair and/or replacement            (T)
                          of the Interval Metering and/or Metering Facilities, as necessary to provide for
                          continued operation.      The customer shall remain liable for repair or
                          replacement due to damage from misuse, or hazards such as fire, theft, or
                          vandalism. The customer shall pay the maintenance and testing charges for
                          the Interval Metering and/or Metering Facilities during the useful life of such
                          equipment, under the terms and conditions set out in the IMMFA.

                 d.       SCE will update the installation, purchasing, maintenance and testing costs,
                          and the monthly capital-related charges when changes occur in SCE’s costs
                          for providing such services and will file these updates with the Commission.




(To be inserted by utility)                         Issued by                   (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                 Akbar Jazayeri                Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                          Vice President                Effective
16D0                                                                            Resolution
Southern California Edison                                             Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45217-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                       Cancelling    Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.      45091-E


                                                 Rule 9                                          Sheet 2
                                     RENDERING AND PAYMENT OF BILLS

                                                (Continued)
B.    Reading of Separate Meters Not Combined. For the purpose of billing, each meter upon the
      customer's premises will be considered separately, and the readings to two or more meters will
      not be combined except as follows:

      1.       Where combinations of meter readings are specifically provided for in the rate schedule.
      2.       Where SCE's operating convenience requires the use of more than one meter.

C.    Payment of Bills. All Bills and Summary Bills are due and payable on presentation, and
      payment should be received at the office of SCE or by a representative or agent authorized by
      SCE. Accepted methods of payment are as follows:

      1.       Checks sent via the U.S. mail to the address on the payment stub, or
      2.       Checks, money orders, or cash paid at any SCE Payment Office or an authorized
               payment location, or
      3.       Electronically through SCE’s electronic bill presentation and payment service, Pay-by-
               Phone service, Direct Payment service, QuickCheck, or EDIElectronic Data Interchange            (T)
               for commercial customers, or
      4.       Electronically by a recurring automatic bank debit or an electronic funds transfer the
               customer initiates through a third party. A transfer or transaction fee over and above the
               SCE bill amount may be charged to the customer by a third-party vendor for these
               services, or
      5.       Any other means mutually agreeable to SCE and the customer.

D.    Returned Check Charge. SCE may require payment of a $9.00 returned check charge for any
      check returned from the bank unpaid. The Returned Check Charge shall also apply to any
      forms of payment that are subsequently dishonored.

E.    Level Pay Plan.

      Small commercial and lighting customers who are served by SCE on Schedule GS-1 and
      residential customers qualifying for Baseline allocations, who are served by SCE under
      Schedule D or D-CARE, all of whom want to minimize variations in monthly bills, may elect to
      participate in the Level Pay Plan. Customers can join the plan in any month of the year and the
      plan will extend for 12 subsequent months. However, customers may voluntarily withdraw from
      the plan upon written notice to SCE and a settlement bill will be generated in accordance with
      the provision of Section E.4. Meters will normally be read and billed at regular monthly intervals.
      The terms and conditions of the Level Pay Plan are as follows:

      1.       Level Pay Plan is open to customers regardless of length of service with SCE.
      2.       The Level Pay Plan amount is due upon presentation as described in Section E.3.
      3.       Customers shall pay the Level Pay Plan amount shown due each month before it
               becomes Past Due as described in Rule 11, Section A, Discontinuance and Restoration
               of Service.
      4.       At the one (1) year anniversary of Level Pay Plan participation, all customers will receive
               a settlement bill. Customers will also receive a settlement bill if they voluntarily withdraw
               from the plan.




                                                     (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                          Issued by                    (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                                  Akbar Jazayeri                 Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                           Vice President                 Effective
2D0                                                                               Resolution
Southern California Edison                                      Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45218-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)                 Cancelling   Revised      Cal. PUC Sheet No.    38651-E


                                           INDEX OF COMMUNITIES                         Sheet 5


                                                (Continued)
                                    Baseline                                         Baseline
           Community                 Region               Community                   Region

      Pioneertown              14                    San Dimas                    16, 17
      Piru                     17                    San Fernando                 17
      Pixley                   13                    San Gabriel                  16,17
      Placentia                17                    San Jacinto                  16, 17
      Pomona                   17                    San Marino                   17
      Pond                     13                    San Pedro                    10
      Poplar                   13                    Santa Ana                    10
      Port Hueneme             10                    Santa Barbara                10,16
      Porterville              13,16                 Santa Clarita                16, 17
      Posey                    16                    Santa Fe Springs             10,17
                                                     Santa Monica                 10
      Quail Valley             17                    Santa Paula                  10,17
      Quartz Hill              14                    Santa Susana                 17
                                                     Saugus                       14,16,17
      Rancho Cucamonga         16, 17                Seal Beach                   10
      Rancho Mirage            15                    Sequoia National Park        16
      Rancho Palos Verdes      10                    Shaver Lake                  16
      Rancho Santa Margarita   10                    Shoshone                     15,16
      Randsburg                14                    Sierra Madre                 16, 17
      Red Mountain             14                    Signal Hill                  10
      Redlands                 16,17                 Silverado                    10
      Redondo Beach            10                    Simi Valley                  17
      Rialto                   17                    Skyforest                    16
      Richgrove                13                    Snow Valley                  16
      Ridgecrest               14                    Somis                        10,17
      Rimforest                16                    South El Monte               17
      Ripley                   15                    South Gate                   10
      Riverside                17                    South Lake                   16
      Robinson Ranch           10                    South Pasadena               17
      Rolling Hills            10                    South San Gabriel            17
      Rolling Hills Estates    10                    Springville                  13,16
      Romoland                 17                    Squaw Valley                 16
      Rosamond                 14                    Stanton                      10,17
      Rosemead                 17                    Strathmore                   13
      Rossmoor                 10                    Sugarloaf                    16
      Rossmoor-El Toro         10                    Summerland                   10
      Rowland Heights          17                    Summit                       14,16
      Rubidoux                 17                    Sunland                      16Sun City      17   (D)
      Running Springs          16                    Sunland                      16

      Sage                     17
      San Bernardino           17




                                                (Continued)

(To be inserted by utility)                      Issued by                (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                              Akbar Jazayeri             Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                       Vice President             Effective
5D0                                                                       Resolution
Southern California Edison                                 Revised     Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45219-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)            Cancelling   Original    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    8343-E


                                                                                   Sheet 1


                                           (Continued)
                                 PRELIMINARY DESIGN AND

                                 ENGINEERING AGREEMENT

                                      Form 146-238                                             (T)




(To be inserted by utility)                 Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                         Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                  Vice President              Effective
1D0                                                                   Resolution
Southern California Edison                                    Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    45222-E
Rosemead, California     (U 338-E)               Cancelling   Revised    Cal. PUC Sheet No.    19430-E


                                                                                     Sheet 1


                                               (Continued)
                               Business Office Payment Receipt
                                        Form 14-564




(To be inserted by utility)                   Issued by                 (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)
Advice     2344-E                           Akbar Jazayeri              Date Filed May 18, 2009
Decision                                    Vice President              Effective
1D0                                                                     Resolution
                                                                                  Lisa Vellanoweth
                                                                                  Manager of Tariffs




                                                   July 24, 2009


California Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 4005
San Francisco, CA 94102

Attn:       Honesto Gatchalian
            Energy Division

                   Re:     Substitute Sheet for Advice 2344-E

Dear Mr. Gatchalian:

Enclosed are an original and four copies of Attachment A, and Substitute Sheet Numbers 45193-E*, 45197-E*,
45223-E*, and 45226-E* for Advice 2344-E. The changes are itemized below:

        •   On sheet 45193-E* of Schedule TOU-GS-3-SOP, the CARE discount percentage found in Special
            Condition 14 has been corrected from the previously stated 23.6% to the currently effective 22.9%.
        •   The footnote on Sheet 45197-E* of Schedule BSC-IMO was removed as it is no longer accurate.
        •   Form 14-732 has been included to correct the symbols denoting location changes found on pages 1,
            6, 7, 8, and 12.
        •   Appendix E of Form 14-773 has been reinserted and correctly lettered, while Appendix D was deleted.

Please include the enclosed sheets in your master Advice 2344-E and distribute copies to the appropriate
parties reviewing Advice 2344-E. If you have any questions, please contract Lisa Foulds at (626) 302-2010.



                                                        Sincerely,




                                                        Lisa Vellanoweth




Enclosures
2344 – Esub.doc


Asterisk denotes substituted sheet.*




P.O. Box 800       2244 Walnut Grove Ave.   Rosemead, California 91770     (626) 302-2021   Fax (626) 302-1626
                                                                                  Lisa Vellanoweth
                                                                                  Manager of Tariffs




                                               September 14, 2009


California Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 4005
San Francisco, CA 94102

Attn:       Honesto Gatchalian
            Energy Division

                   Re:     Substitute Sheet for Advice 2344-E

Dear Mr. Gatchalian:

Enclosed are an original and four copies of Attachment A, and Substitute Sheet Numbers 45186-E*, 45187-E*,
and 45195-E* for Advice 2344-E. The following changes were made due to Advice 2344-E becoming effective
out of order:

        •   Sheets 45186-E* and 45187-E* of Preliminary Statement ZZ is being submitted to update section o.
            with changes made in Advice 2361-E, and to correct the lettering on sheet 45187-E*.
        •   Sheet 45195-E* of Schedule PA-RTP is being submitted to correct the Rates table with the currently
            effective rates.

Please include the enclosed sheets in your master Advice 2344-E. If you have any questions, please contract
Lisa Foulds at (626) 302-2010.



                                                        Sincerely,




                                                        Lisa Vellanoweth




Enclosures
2344 – Esub2.doc


Asterisk denotes substituted sheet.*




P.O. Box 800       2244 Walnut Grove Ave.   Rosemead, California 91770     (626) 302-2021   Fax (626) 302-1626
                                                                                 Lisa Vellanoweth
                                                                                 Manager of Tariffs




                                              September 18, 2009


California Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 4005
San Francisco, CA 94102

Attn:    Honesto Gatchalian
         Energy Division

                  Re:      Substitute Sheet for Advice 2344-E

Dear Mr. Gatchalian:

Enclosed are an original and four copies of Attachment, A in pertinent part, and Substitute Sheet Numbers
45200-E*, 45201-E*, and 45227-E* for Advice 2344-E. These substitute sheets are necessary due to Advice
Letters 2332-E and 2332-E-A becoming effective out of order. The above listed sheets were updated with
changes made in Advice Letters 2332-E and 2332-E-A

These substitute sheets ensure that all appropriate and approved revisions are contained in the enclosed tariff
sheets.

Please include the enclosed sheets in your master Advice 2344-E. If you have any questions, please contact
Betty Bell at (626) 302-4858.



                                                       Sincerely,




                                                       Lisa Vellanoweth




Enclosures
2344 – Esub3.doc


* Asterisk denotes substituted sheet.




P.O. Box 800      2244 Walnut Grove Ave.   Rosemead, California 91770     (626) 302-2021   Fax (626) 302-1626

				
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