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Pacific Power & Light Company Revised Cal.P.U.C.Sheet No.

3432-E
Portland, Oregon Canceling Revised Cal.P.U.C.Sheet No. 3370-E

Schedule No. LS-51

STREET AND HIGHWAY LIGHTING SERVICE


UTILITY-OWNED SYSTEM

APPLICABILITY
To un-metered lighting service provided to municipalities or agencies of
municipal, county, state or federal governments for dusk to dawn illumination of
public streets, highways and thoroughfares by means of Company owned, operated
and maintained street lighting systems controlled by a photoelectric control.

AVAILABLE
Within the entire territory in California served by Utility.

MONTHLY BILLING
Direct Access Customers shall have their Monthly Billing modified in
accordance with Schedule No. EC-1 and Schedule No. TC-1. All Monthly Billings
shall be adjusted in accordance with Schedule ECAC-94.

High Pressure Sodium Vapor


Functional

Nominal Rate Per Lamp


Lumen Monthly FERC Calif. Gener- Public Total
Rating Watts kWh Distrib. Trans. Trans. ation Purpose Rate

5,800* 70 31 $6.65 $0.14 $0.53 $1.71 $0.19 $9.22


9,500 100 44 $7.27 $0.20 $0.04 $2.15 $0.27 $9.93
16,000 150 64 $9.68 $0.29 $0.28 $3.12 $0.39 $13.76
22,000* 200 85 $12.07 $0.39 $0.18 $3.92 $0.52 $17.08
27,500 250 115 $15.62 $0.53 $0.53 $5.61 $0.70 $22.99
50,000 400 176 $22.92 $0.80 $0.49 $7.84 $1.07 $33.12

High Pressure Sodium Vapor


Decorative Series 1

Nominal Rate Per Lamp


Lumen Monthly FERC Calif. Gener- Public Total
Rating Watts kWh Distrib. Trans. Trans. ation Purpose Rate

9,500 100 44 $26.78 $0.20 $0.04 $2.12 $0.27 $29.41


16,000 150 64 $26.78 $0.29 $0.28 $3.12 $0.39 $30.86

High Pressure Sodium Vapor


Decorative Series 2

Nominal Rate Per Lamp


Lumen Monthly FERC Calif. Gener- Public Total
Rating Watts kWh Distrib. Trans. Trans. ation Purpose Rate

9,500 100 44 $21.30 $0.20 $0.04 $2.12 $0.27 $23.93


16,000 150 64 $21.50 $0.29 $0.28 $3.12 $0.39 $25.58

* - Existing fixtures only. Service is not available under this schedule to new
5,800 or 22,000 lumen High Pressure Sodium Vapor fixtures.
(Continued)
Issued by
Advice Letter No. 428-E Andrea L. Kelly Date Filed November 29, 2010
Name
Decision No. VP, Regulation Effective January 1, 2011
Title
TF6 LS-51-1.E Resolution No.
Pacific Power & Light Company Revised Cal.P.U.C.Sheet No. 3255-E*
Portland, Oregon Canceling Original Cal.P.U.C.Sheet No. 1374-E

Schedule No. LS-51

STREET AND HIGHWAY LIGHTING SERVICE


UTILITY-OWNED SYSTEM
(Continued)
Adjustments
The above Total Rate includes adjustments as follows:

Nominal Schedule Schedule


Lumen Rating S-99 S-191

5,800 $0.01 $0.17


9,500 0.01 0.25
16,000 0.02 0.36
22,000 0.02 0.48
27,500 0.03 0.64
50,000 0.04 0.99

DEFINITIONS

Functional Lighting: Common less expensive luminaires that may be mounted either
on wood, fiberglass or non-decorative metal poles. The Company will maintain a
list of functional light fixtures that are available.

Decorative Lighting: More stylish luminaires mounted vertically on decorative


metal poles. The Company will maintain a listing of standard decorative street
light fixtures that are available under this Electric Service Schedule.
Available decorative lighting fixtures are grouped into different Decorative
Series 1 and Decorative Series 2 according to cost.

SPECIAL PROVISIONS
1. Installation, daily operation, repair and maintenance of lights on this
rate schedule to be performed by the Company, providing that the
facilities furnished remain readily accessible for maintenance
purposes.
2. Company will install only Company approved street lighting equipment at
locations acceptable to Company.
3. Where provided by this tariff, and following notification by the
Customer, inoperable lights will be repaired as soon as possible,
during regular business hours or as allowed by Company’s operating
schedule and requirements.
4. Existing fixtures and facilities that are deemed irreparable will be
replaced with comparable fixtures and facilities from the Company’s
Construction Standards at no additional cost to the Customer.
5. The Company will, upon written request of the Customer, convert
existing street lighting facilities to other types of Company
approved street lighting facilities. In such event, the streetlighting
extension allowance defined in Rule 15 is applicable only to the
increase in annual revenue due to the replacement. If there is no
increase in revenue, there is no allowance. The Customer shall advance
the estimated installation and removal costs, less the estimated
salvage on the removed facilities, in excess of the applicable
allowance.

(Continued)
Issued by
Advice Letter No. 385-E* Andrea L. Kelly Date Filed December 4, 2009
Name
Decision No. Vice President Effective January 1, 2010
Title
TF6 LS-51-2.E Resolution No.
Pacific Power & Light Company Original Cal.P.U.C.Sheet No. 3256-E*
Portland, Oregon Canceling Cal.P.U.C.Sheet No.

Schedule No. LS-51

STREET AND HIGHWAY LIGHTING SERVICE


UTILITY-OWNED SYSTEM
(Continued)
SPECIAL PROVISIONS
6. The entire system, including initial lamp requirements and wiring
suitable for connection to Company’s system, will be furnished and
installed by the Company. The Customer is responsible for all
associated costs that exceed the Street Lighting Extension Allowance as
described in Rule 15. Customer shall not perform the electrical
connection of meters or service conductor to the point of delivery.
7. Temporary disconnection and subsequent reconnection of electrical
service requested by the Customer shall be at the Customer’s expense.
8. Where approved by the company, all pole mounted outlets used for
holiday or other decorations will be supplied with service on a metered
General Service rate via a Customer-installed meter base.
9. Pole re-painting, when requested by the Customer and not required for
safety reasons, shall be done at the Customer’s expense using the
original pole color.
10.Glare or vandalism shielding, when requested by the Customer, shall be
installed at the Customer’s expense. In cases of repetitive vandalism,
the Company may notify the Customer of the need to install vandal
shields at the Customer’s expense, or otherwise have the lighting
removed.

TERM OF CONTRACT
Not less than five (5) years for both new and Customer-requested
replacement fixtures. Customer is responsible for the cost of removal and
depreciated remaining life of the assets less any salvage value if lights are
removed before the contract term.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
Service under this schedule is subject to the General Rules and
Regulations contained in the tariff of which this schedule is part and to those
prescribed by regulatory authorities.

Issued by
Advice Letter No. 385-E* Andrea L. Kelly Date Filed December 4, 2009
Name
Decision No. Vice President Effective January 1, 2010
Title
TF6 LS-51-3.E Resolution No.