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12 - July 05, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook 494 Contemporary, 12000Lure. Fixture w/Smooth Pole 12000 Lure. Cont. Fix. w/M Pole MH 491 Contemporary, 32000 Lum. Fix. Only 32000 Lure. Contemp. Fix. Only MH 495 Contemporary, 32000 Lum. Fixtui'e w/Smooth Pole 32000 Lum. Cont. Fix. w/M Pole MH 493 Contemporary, 107800L FixtJOnly 107800 Lure. Contemp. Fix. Only MH 496 Contemporary, 107800 Lum. Fixture w/Smooth Pole 107800 Lure. ConL Fix. w/M Pole MH P.O.Lt. 36.3 P.O.Lt. 36.3 P.O.Lt. 36.3 P.O.Lt. 36.3 P.O.Lt. 36.3 $32.53 $41.70 $54.11 $28.08 ,$21.22 $34.31 $43.98 $57.07 Pronosed Restricted Liohtino_ Service Rate RLS OVERHEAD SERVICE High Pressure Sodium 461 Cobra Head, 4000 Lure. Fixt. Only Current Rate Sheet 4000 Lure. HPS Std St. Lt. 35 471 Cobra Head, 4000 Lum. Fixt/Pole 4000 Lure. HPS Orntl St. Lt. 35 409 Cobra Head, 50000 Lum. Fixt. Only 50000 Lure. HPS Special Lighting 426 Open Bottom, 5800 Lum. Fixt. Only 5800 Lum. Open Bottom HPS Std Metal Halide 454 Direct, 12000 Lum. Flood Fixt/Pole 12000L Fixt/Pole Dir. MH P.O.Lt. 36 P.O.Lt. 36 P.O.Lt. 36.3 455 Direct, 32000 Lum. Flood Flxt/Pole 32000L Fixt/Pole Dir. MH P.O.Lt. 36.3 459 Direct, 107800 Lum. Flood Flxt/Pole 107800L Fixt/Pole Dir. MH P.O.Lt. 36.3 Mercury Vapor 446 Cobra Head, 7000 Lum. Flxt. Only 7000 Lum. MV Std 456 Cobra Head, 7000 Lum. Flxt/Pole 7000 Lum. MV Orntl 447 Cobra Head, 10000 Lum. Fixt. Only 10000 Lum. MV Std 457 Cobra Head, 10000 Lum. Fixt/Pole 10000 Lum. MV Orntl 448 Cobra Head, 20000 Lum. Flxt. Only 20000 Lum. MV Std 20000 Lure. MV Special Ltg. 458 Cobra Head, 20000 Lure. Fixt/Pole 20000 Lure. MV Orntl 20000 Lum. Cobra Head MV Std 404 Open Bottom, 7000 Lum. Fixt. Only' 7000 Lum. Open Bottom MV Std Incandescent 421 Tear Drop, 1000 Lum. Fixt. Only 1000 Lure. Incand. Std 422 Tear Drop, 2500 Lum. Fixt. Only 2500 Lum. Incand. Std 424 Tear Drop, 4000 Lure. Fixt. Only 4000 Lum. Incand. Std 434 Tear Drop, 4000 Lum. Fixt./Pole 4000 Lure. Incand. Orntl 425 Tear Drop, 6000 Lum. Fixto Only 6000 Lum. Incand. Std St. Lt. 35 St. Lt. 35 St. Lt. 35 St. Lt. 35 St. Lt. 35 P.O.Lt. 36 St. Lt. 35 P.O.Lt. 36 RO.U. 36 St. Lt. 35 St. Lt. 35 St. Lt. 35 St. Lt. 35 St. Lt. 35 Rate Per Light Per Month Current Proposed $ 7.3t $ 6.93 $10.29 $ 9.76 $10.81 $10.25 $ 7.09 $ 6.72 $16.21 $17.2; $23.92 $22.66 $45.05 $42.71 $ 9.20 $ 8.72 $1t.54 $10.94 $10.85 $10.29 $12.93 $12.26 $12.19 $12.57 $ 7.85 $14.49 $14.14 $12.57 $10.22 $ 9.69 $ 3.25. $ 3.08 $ 4.31 $ 4.09 $ 6.41 $ 6.08 $ 7.38 $ 7.0o $ 8.55 $ 8.11 JNDERGROUND SERVICE Metal Halide ' 460Direct; ,12600Lum. ,Flood Fixt/Pole .... 12000L Fixt. w/M. Pole Dir. MH Currpnt Rate Sheet P.O.Lt. 36.3 Rate Per Light Per Month Current $ 25.45 Proposed i '.$84 469 Direct, 32000 Lure. Flood Fixt/Pole $32.55 32000L Fixt. w/M. Pole Dir. MH P.O.Lt. 36.3 $ 30.86 470 Direct, 107800 Lum. Flood Fixt/Pole $53.67 107800L Fixt. w/M. Pole Dir. MH P.O.Lt. 36.3 $ 50.89 P.O.Lt. 36.1 St. Lt. 35.1 P.O.Lt. 36.1 St. Lt. 35.1 P.O.Lt. 36.1 St. Lt. 35.1 High Pressure Sodium 440 Acorn, 4000 Lum. Flood Fixt/Pole 4000L Acorn (Decor) HPS UG 410 Acorn, 4000 Lure. Fluted Pole 4000LAcorn (Hist Pole) HPS UG 4000LAcorn IHist Pole I HPS UG 166 Colonial, 4000 Lum. Smooth Pole 4000 Lum. Colonial HPS UG 4000 Lum. Colonial Decor. UG 412 Coach, 5800 Lum. Smooth Pole 5800 Lum. Coach Decor. UG $12.77 $19.16 $19.16 $ 8.93 $ 8.93 $ 29.24 $ 29.65 413 Coach, 9500 Lum. Smooth Pole 9500 Lum. Coach Decor. UG St. Lt. 35.1 $13.47 $20.21 $ 9.42 $30.84 $31.27 Energy Charge per kWh: Lighting Eneray Service Rate LE Current $0.05647 Basic Service Charge pe r Month: Energy Charge per kWh: Traffic Enemy Service Rate TE -current $3.14 $0.07182 Dark Sky_ Friendly Rate DSK Current Rate I DSK Lantern 4,000 .050 DSK Lantern 9,500 .100 $0.05958 P_r_op_ol $3.25 $0.07614 $21.31 $22.22 I Proposed Rate This rate schedule is proposed to be included in Lighting Service Rate LS. Cable Television Attachment Char aee - Rate CTAC Current Attachment Charge per year for each attachment to pole: $5.40 $10.01 Monthly Demand Credit: Primary Transmission Non-Compliance Charge: Curtailable Service Rider 10 - Rider CSR10 Current ($5.50) ($2.60) ($5.40) ($2.75) $16.00 $16.00 Proposed Contract Option: Removes restriction that KU may only use physical curtailment during sys- tem reliability events. Also changes contract options' demand from a 15-minute demand basis to the one the customer's standard rate schedule uses. Curtailable Service Rider 30 - Rider CSR30 -current P r_Eqp_el. Le_e_ r_LV_ Monthly Demand Credit per kW: Primary ($4.40) ($2.30) Transmission ($4.30) ($2.25) Non-Compliance Charge per kW: $16.00 $16.00 Proposed Contract Option: Removes restriction that KU may only use physical curtailment during sys- tem reliability events. Also changes contract options'demand from a 15-minute demand basis to the one the customer's standard rate schedule uses. Current Rate Proposed Rate Load Reduction Incentive Rider - Rider LRI Up to $0.30 per kWh This rate schedule is proposed to be eliminated. Standard Rider for Excess Facilities - Rider EF Current Rate Customer shall pay for excess facilities by: Monthly Charge for Leased Facilities: 1.54% Monthly Charge for Facilities Supported By a One-Time CIAC Payment: 0.74% Proposed Rate No adjustment in the monthly charge for a replacement of facilities will be made during the initial five (5) year term of contract. Customer shall pay for excess facilities by: (a) Making a monthly Excess Facilities charge payment equal to the installed cost of the excess facilities times the following percentage: Percentage with No Contribution-in-Aid-of-Construction 1.28% (b) Making a one-time Contribution-in-Aid-of-Construction equal to the installed cost of the excess facilities plus a monthly Excess Facilities Charge payment equal to the installed cost of the excess facilities times the following percentage: Percentage with Contribution-in-Aid-of-Construction 0.49% Standard Rider for Redundant CaDaci Char_oe - Rider RC : _Current PerLe_Qt_k_V Capacity Reservation Charge per Month: Secondary Distribution $0.85 $1.55 Primary Distribution $0.68 $0.99 Standard Rider for Suoolemental or Standby Service - Rider SS Current Contract Demand per month: Secondary $6.54 $12.91 Primary $6.17 $12.35 Transmission $5.99 $11.17 Availability of Service: Text addition clarifies that KU has no obligation to supply non-firm service to a customer-generator unless the customer seeks supplemental or standby service under Rider SS. This requirernent does not apply tenet Metering Service (Rider NMS). Temoorery end/or seasonal Electric service Rider TS Availability of Service: Text change clarifies that service is available when it is not necessary for KU to install permanent facilities. Conditions: Customer will pay for non-salvageable materials plus a monthly charge for the salvageable equipment at the Percentage With No Contribution in-Aid-of-Construction specified on the Excess Facili- ties Rider. Current Rate: Proposed Rate: Real-Time Pricino Rider RTP Billing under this Rider is formulaic. This rate schedule is proposed to be eliminated. Standard Rate for Low Emission Vehicle service - Rate LEV Current prJ Basic Service Charge per Month: $8.50 $13.00 Energy Charge per kWh: Off-Peak Hours $0.04904 $ 0.05078 Intermediate Hours $0.07005 $ 0.07254 Peak Hours $0.13315 $ 0.13788 Availability of Service: Clarifies that rate is available to customers eligible for Rate RS or GS where the GS service is used in conjunction with an RS service to provide service to a detached garage and energy usage is no more than 300 kWh per month. Current Rate $60.00 Proposed Rate $75.00 Meter Test Char_oe Current Rate PrODOSed Rate Disconnecting and ReconnectinoService Charge $25.00 $28.0O Mater Pulse Char ae Current Rate: $9.00 per month per installed set of pulse-generating equipment Proposed Rate: $15.00 per month per installed set of pulse-generating equipment (ustomer Deposits Kentucky Utilities Company is proposing no change to the required Customer Deposit for residential elec- tric customers served under Residential Rate RS from the current amount of $135.00 (0% increase), and the required Customer Deposit for general service customers served under General Service Rate GS from the current amount of $220.00 (0% increase): Text change states when Rate GS deposit may be wavied i n conjuction with taking service under Rate RS. : Kent0L-'ky;0fititls Cmpfiy'proposes to change the text of tlfolloWlhg etbctric tariffS: GeneS'el Service Rate G S, All Electric School Rab AES PowerrService Rate PS me-of-Day Secondary SeE, ice Rate TODS, "lqme-of-Day Primary Service Rate TODP, Retail Transmission Service Rate RTS, Fluctuating Load Service Rate FLS, Street Lighting Service Rate ST. LT, Private Outdoor Lighting Rate P.O.LT, Cable Television Attachment Charges Rate CTAC, Curtailable Service Rider CSR10, Curtailable Service Rider CSR30, Excess Facilities Rider EF, Redundant Capacity Rider RC, Supplemental/Standby Service Rider SS, Rider IL for Intermittent Loads, Temporary/Seasonal Service.Rider TS, Large Green Energy Rider LGE, Low Emission Vehicle Service Rate LEV, Fuel Adjustment Clause FAC, Demand Side Management Cost Recovery Mechanism DSM, Environmental Cost Recovery Surcharge ECR, and the Terms and' Conditions: Changes to the Terms and Conditions include proposed clarifications on terms and conditions for deter- mining customer rate assignments, as Well as when standby or supplemental service must be purchased if customer desires non-firm service. Although KU is not proposing to change the text of its Fuel Adjustment Clause ("FAC"), other than the correction of a minor typographical error in Paragraph (3), it is proposing to recover certain costs through the FAC to ensure that the correct amounts are collected through base rates and the FAC. Complete copies of the proposed tariffs containing text changes and proposed rates may be obtained by contacting Lonnie E. Bellar, Kentucky Utilities Company at 220 West Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 502-627-4830, or visiting Kentucky Utilities Company's website at www.lge-ku.com. The foregoing rates reflect a proposed annual increase in revenues of approximately 6.5% to Kentucky Utilities Company. The estimated amount of the annual change and the average monthly bill to which the proposed electdc rates will apply for each electric customer class is as follows: Electric Rate Class Annual Annual % Mthly Bill Mthly Bill $ Increase Increase $ Increase % Increase $37,381,886 8.03% $ 7.41 8.03% Residential General Service All Electric School Power Service TODS (Secondan/) TODP/Priman/) Retail Transmission Fluctuatin Load Outdoor Lilhts Lighting Energy Traffic Enerly CTAC $ 9,061,201 $ 635,467 $ 6,849,989 $ 1,907,198 $12,380,611 $ 5,128,398 $ 1,417,956 $ 1,267,776 $ 124 $ 6,368 $ 681,722 4.97% 5.81% 2.53% 6.59% 6.62% 6.50% 6.25% 5.41% 5.42% 5.40% 85.37% $ 9.20 $ 82.81 $ 96.29 $ 11160.80 $ 6,159.51 $ 11,982.24 $118,163.01 $ 0.62 $ 11.27 $' 0.79 L 4.97% 5.81% 2.53% 6.59% 6.62% 6.50% 6.25% 5.41% 5.42% 5.40% N/A N/A The rates contained in this notice are the rates proposed by Kentucky Utilities Company; however, the Public Service Commission may order rates to be charged that differ from the proposed rates contained in this notice. Notice is further given that any corporation, association, body politic or person with a substantial interest in the matter may by written request, within thirty (30) days after publication of the notice of the proposed rate changes, request to intervene. The motion shall be submitted to the Public Service Commission, 211 Sower Boulevard, P. O. Box 615, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601, and shall set forth the grounds for the request, including the status and interest of the party. Intervention may be granted beyond the thirty (30) day period for good cause shown. Any person who has been granted intervention may obtain copies of the application and any other filing made by the utility by contacting Lonnie E. Belier, Vice President - State Regulation and Rates, Kentucky Utilities Company, c/o LG&E and KU Energy LLC, 220 West Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 502-627-4830. A copy of the application and testimony shall be available for public inspection at the office of Kentucky Utilities Company, 100 Quality Street, Lexington, Kentucky, or the Public Service Commission, 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky. A copy of this Notice and the proposed tariff, once filed, shall also be available for public inspection on Kentucky Utilities Company's website at www.lge-ku.com. Kentucky Utilities Company c/o LG&E and KU Energy LLC 220 West Main Street P. O. Box 32010 Louisville, Kentucky 40232 502-627-4830 Public Service Commission 211 Sower Boulevard P. O. Box 615 Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 502-564-3940 iIJ -.