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Supplement No.

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Electric Pa. P.U.C. No. 201
PPL Electric Utilities Corporation Fifth Revised Page No. 15
Canceling Fourth Revised Pages No. 15

GENERATION RATE ADJUSTMENT RIDER (C)

A Generation Rate Adjustment (GRA) shall be applied to each kilowatt-hour supplied under
this Tariff, to each customer who has returned to Basic Utility Supply Service (BUSS) and who, prior
to the anniversary date of the customer’s return to BUSS, has chosen to purchase its energy needs
from an alternative electric generation supplier. The application of this Rider will begin with bills
rendered on or after the effective date of this Rider. This Rider is applicable to service under all rate
schedules contained in this Tariff except Rate Schedules RS, RTS, and RTD. Billing under this
Rider will end on January 1, 2011.

When the customer commences to purchase its electric energy needs from an alternative
electric generation supplier on any date before the anniversary date of the customer’s return to
BUSS, the customer shall pay a net GRA calculated as follows. The net GRA is the summation of
each monthly positive or negative GRA for the period beginning with the date of the customer’s
return to BUSS and ending with and including the billing period immediately preceding the billing
period in which the customer begins to purchase its electric energy needs from an alternative
electric generation supplier.

The net GRA will not be applied to a customer’s bill if the customer begins to purchase its
electric energy needs from an alternative electric generation supplier on or after the anniversary
date of the customer’s return to BUSS.

Not less than 30 days prior to the commencement of the customer’s purchase of its electric
energy needs from an alternative electric generation supplier, the customer must provide notice to
the Company that the customer will no longer purchase BUSS and will purchase its electric energy
needs from an alternative electric generation supplier.

The net GRA, calculated for each applicable customer, shall be applied to the customer’s bill
as soon as possible after the customer begins to purchase its electric energy needs from an
alternative electric generation supplier. The monthly GRA shall be determined in accordance with
the formula set forth below:

GRA = [KWH * [(LMP + A + C) *V]] – C&E


100 * [1 – T]

Where GRA = Generation rate adjustment to be applied to short-term BUSS, when


this option is chosen by a customer who has returned from being supplied
by an alternative electric generation supplier.

KWH = The total kilowatt-hours used by the customer during the current billing
period.

(Continued)

(C) Indicates Change


Issued: May 22, 2007 Effective: May 23, 2007
Supplement No. 17
PPL Electric Utilities Corporation Electric Pa. P.U.C. No. 201
Fourth Revised Page No. 15A
Canceling Second and Third Revised Pages No. 15A

GENERATION RATE ADJUSTMENT RIDER (Cont.) (C)


LMP = The monthly average Locational Marginal price (LMP) for the current billing
period, expressed in cents per kilowatt-hour. The monthly average LMP for
the current billing period is determined by averaging the daily average LMP
for the days of the current billing period. The daily average LMP is
determined by using the actual Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Maryland
Interconnection, LLC (PJM) hourly LMPs for the day and weighting those
hourly prices by the historical load profile for the customer’s rate class.
A = Administrative costs and Ancillary Services required to provide short-term
BUS Service. Ancillary Services include, but are not limited to: regulation,
operating reserves, scheduling, system control, dispatch services and
transmission line losses.
C = The price of generation capacity, expressed in cents per kilowatt-hour. The
price is developed by using the PJM Monthly Capacity Credit Market
Clearing Price for the calendar month immediately preceding the customer’s
current billing period.
V = The adjustment for line losses to the Secondary delivery voltage is 1.05682.
The adjustment for line losses to the Primary delivery voltage level
is 1.02841. The adjustment to the Transmission delivery voltage level
is 1.000.
T = The Pennsylvania gross receipts tax rate, expressed in decimal form.
C&E = The Capacity and Energy component of the customer's bill calculated for
the current billing period under the customer's applicable rate schedule.

The net GRA, calculated by using the above formula, shall not be less than zero. The GRA
shall be in addition to minimum bills under the various applicable rate schedules. The GRA shall not
be subject to any credits or discounts, and shall not be affected by the State Tax Adjustment
Surcharge. The GRA shall not be subject to the rate caps established by the Electricity Generation
Customer Choice and Competition Act.

(C) Indicates Change


Issued: June 1, 2001 Effective: June 4, 2001