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Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No.

60334-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 60097-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 4


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)

The following rates are set forth for service metered and delivered at secondary, primary, and
subtransmission voltages:

Delivery Service Generation9


Trans1 Distrbtn2 NSGC3 NDC4 PPPC5 DWRBC6 PUCRF7 Total8 UG DWREC10
Energy Charge - $/kWh/Meter/Month
Below 2 kV (0.00043) 0.00298 0.00389 (0.00085) 0.01063 (I) 0.00539 0.00033 0.02194 (I) Variable* (0.00022)
From 2 kV to 50 kV (0.00043) 0.00289 0.00341 (0.00085) 0.01053 (I) 0.00539 0.00033 0.02127 (I) Variable* (0.00022)
Above 50 kV (0.00044) 0.00223 0.00258 (0.00085) 0.00869 (I) 0.00539 0.00033 0.01793 (I) Variable* (0.00022)

Customer Charge - $/Meter/Month


Below 2 kV 645.25 645.25
From 2 kV to 50 kV 308.25 308.25
Above 50 kV 2,102.75 2,102.75

Facilities Related Demand


Charge (Excess of CRC) - $/kW
Below 2 kV 3.82 13.89 17.71
From 2 kV to 50 kV 4.24 13.76 18.00
Above 50 kV 4.33 3.38 7.71
Standby (CRC) - $/kW
Below 2 kV 3.28 6.20 9.48
From 2 kV to 50 kV 2.03 6.96 8.99
Above 50 kV 0.59 0.44 1.03
Voltage Discount, 220 kV and above
Energy - $/kWh 0.00000 0.00000 (0.00049) (R)
Standby (CRC) -
$/kW 0.00 (0.44) (0.44)
Facilities Related Demand,
Charge (excess of CRC) - $/kW 0.00 (3.38) (3.38)
Power Factor Adjustment - $/kVAR
Greater than 50 kV 0.47 0.47
50 kV or less 0.55 0.55

* Hourly rates are listed below and are applicable to service metered and delivered at below 2 kV, 2 kV to 50 kV, and above 50 kV.
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 $(0.00036) per kWh, Reliability Services Balancing Account Adjustment
(RSBAA) of $0.00005 per kWh for voltages below 2 kV, $(0.00085) for voltages from 2 kV to 50 kV, and $(0.00067) for voltages above 50 kV,
and Transmission Access Charge Balancing Account Adjustment (TACBAA) of $(0.00012) 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
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 Customers.
9 Generation = The Generation rates are applicable only to Bundled Service Customers
10 DWREC = Department of Water Resources (DWR) Energy Credit For more information on the DWR Energy Credit, see the Billing Calculation
Special Condition of this Schedule.

(Continued)

(To be inserted by utility) Issued by (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)


Advice 3477-E Caroline Choi Date Filed Sep 21, 2016
Decision 16-06-006 Senior Vice President Effective Oct 1, 2016
4H14 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 60097-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 59144-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 4


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)

The following rates are set forth for service metered and delivered at secondary, primary, and
subtransmission voltages:

Delivery Service Generation9


Trans1 Distrbtn2 NSGC3 NDC4 PPPC5 DWRBC6 PUCRF7 Total8 UG DWREC10
Energy Charge - $/kWh/Meter/Month
Below 2 kV (0.00043) 0.00298 0.00389 (0.00085) 0.01007 0.00539 0.00033 0.02138 Variable* (0.00022)
From 2 kV to 50 kV (0.00043) 0.00289 0.00341 (0.00085) 0.00997 0.00539 0.00033 0.02071 Variable* (0.00022)
Above 50 kV (0.00044) 0.00223 0.00258 (0.00085) 0.00813 0.00539 0.00033 0.01737 Variable* (0.00022)

Customer Charge - $/Meter/Month


Below 2 kV 645.25 645.25
From 2 kV to 50 kV 308.25 308.25
Above 50 kV 2,102.75 2,102.75

Facilities Related Demand


Charge (Excess of CRC) - $/kW
Below 2 kV 3.82 13.89 17.71 (T)
From 2 kV to 50 kV 4.24 13.76 18.00
Above 50 kV 4.33 3.38 7.71
Standby (CRC) - $/kW
Below 2 kV 3.28 6.20 9.48
From 2 kV to 50 kV 2.03 6.96 8.99
Above 50 kV 0.59 0.44 1.03
Voltage Discount, 220 kV and above
Energy - $/kWh 0.00000 0.00000 (0.00017)
Standby (CRC) - (T)
$/kW 0.00 (0.44) (0.44)
Facilities Related Demand,
Charge (excess of CRC) - $/kW 0.00 (3.38) (3.38) (T)
Power Factor Adjustment - $/kVAR
Greater than 50 kV 0.47 0.47
50 kV or less 0.55 0.55

* Hourly rates are listed below and are applicable to service metered and delivered at below 2 kV, 2 kV to 50 kV, and above 50 kV.
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 $(0.00036) per kWh, Reliability Services Balancing Account Adjustment
(RSBAA) of $0.00005 per kWh for voltages below 2 kV, $(0.00085) for voltages from 2 kV to 50 kV, and $(0.00067) for voltages above 50 kV,
and Transmission Access Charge Balancing Account Adjustment (TACBAA) of $(0.00012) 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
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 Customers.
9 Generation = The Generation rates are applicable only to Bundled Service Customers
10 DWREC = Department of Water Resources (DWR) Energy Credit For more information on the DWR Energy Credit, see the Billing Calculation
Special Condition of this Schedule.

(Continued)

(To be inserted by utility) Issued by (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)


Advice 3462-E Caroline Choi Date Filed Aug 31, 2016
Decision Senior Vice President Effective Sep 30, 2016
4H12 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 59144-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58307-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 4


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)

The following rates are set forth for service metered and delivered at secondary, primary, and
subtransmission voltages:

Delivery Service Generation9


Trans1 Distrbtn2 NSGC3 NDC4 PPPC5 DWRBC6 PUCRF7 Total8 UG DWREC10
Energy Charge - $/kWh/Meter/Month
Below 2 kV (0.00043) (R) 0.00298 (I) 0.00389 (I) (0.00085) 0.01007 (R) 0.00539 0.00033 0.02138 (R) Variable* (0.00022)
From 2 kV to 50 kV (0.00043) (R) 0.00289 (I) 0.00341 (I) (0.00085) 0.00997 (R) 0.00539 0.00033 0.02071 (R) Variable* (0.00022)
Above 50 kV (0.00044) (R) 0.00223 (I) 0.00258 (R) (0.00085) 0.00813 (R) 0.00539 0.00033 0.01737 (R) Variable* (0.00022)

Customer Charge - $/Meter/Month


Below 2 kV 645.25 (R) 645.25 (R)
From 2 kV to 50 kV 308.25 (R) 308.25 (R)
Above 50 kV 2,102.75 (R) 2,102.75 (R)

Facilities Related Demand


Demand Charge (Excess FRD) - $/kW
Below 2 kV 3.82 13.89 (I) 17.71 (I)
From 2 kV to 50 kV 4.24 13.76 (I) 18.00 (I)
Above 50 kV 4.33 3.38 (I) 7.71 (I)
Standby (CRC) - $/kW
Below 2 kV 3.28 6.20 (R) 9.48 (R)
From 2 kV to 50 kV 2.03 6.96 (I) 8.99 (I)
Above 50 kV 0.59 0.44 (R) 1.03 (R)
Voltage Discount, 220 kV and above
Energy - $/kWh 0.00000 0.00000 (0.00017) (I)
Capacity Reservation Demand (CRC) -
$/kW 0.00 (0.44) (I) (0.44) (I)
Facilities Related Demand,
excess of CRC - $/kW 0.00 (3.38) (R) (3.38) (R)
Power Factor Adjustment - $/kVAR
Greater than 50 kV 0.47 (I) 0.47 (I)
50 kV or less 0.55 (I) 0.55 (I)

* Hourly rates are listed below and are applicable to service metered and delivered at below 2 kV, 2 kV to 50 kV, and above 50 kV.
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 $(0.00036) per kWh, Reliability Services Balancing Account Adjustment
(RSBAA) of $0.00005 per kWh for voltages below 2 kV, $(0.00085) for voltages from 2 kV to 50 kV, and $(0.00067) for voltages above 50 kV,
and Transmission Access Charge Balancing Account Adjustment (TACBAA) of $(0.00012) per kWh. (R)
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
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 Customers.
9 Generation = The Generation rates are applicable only to Bundled Service Customers
10 DWREC = Department of Water Resources (DWR) Energy Credit For more information on the DWR Energy Credit, see the Billing Calculation
Special Condition of this Schedule.

(Continued)

(To be inserted by utility) Issued by (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)


Advice 3401-E R. O. Nichols Date Filed May 2, 2016
Decision 16-03-030 Senior Vice President Effective Jun 1, 2016
4H23 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58307-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 57858-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 4


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)

The following rates are set forth for service metered and delivered at secondary, primary, and
subtransmission voltages:

Delivery Service Generation9


Trans1 Distrbtn2 NSGC3 NDC4 PPPC5 DWRBC6 PUCRF7 Total8 UG DWREC10
Energy Charge - $/kWh/Meter/Month
Below 2 kV 0.00096 (I) 0.00296 (I) 0.00375 (R) (0.00085) (R) 0.01126 (I) 0.00539 (I) 0.00033 (I) 0.02380 (R) Variable* (0.00022) (I)
From 2 kV to 50 kV 0.00096 (I) 0.00285 0.00339 (R) (0.00085) (R) 0.01147 (I) 0.00539 (I) 0.00033 (I) 0.02354 (R) Variable* (0.00022) (I)
Above 50 kV 0.00095 (I) 0.00220 (I) 0.00278 (R) (0.00085) (R) 0.00931 (I) 0.00539 (I) 0.00033 (I) 0.02011 (R) Variable* (0.00022) (I)

Customer Charge - $/Meter/Month


Below 2 kV 680.32 (I) 680.32 (I)
From 2 kV to 50 kV 356.62 (I) 356.62 (I)
Above 50 kV 2,352.53 (I) 2,352.53 (I)

Facilities Related Demand (FRD)


Demand Charge (Excess FRD) - $/kW
Below 2 kV 3.82 (I) 12.73 (I) 16.55 (I)
From 2 kV to 50 kV 4.24 (I) 11.81 (I) 16.05 (I)
Above 50 kV 4.33 (I) 2.43 (I) 6.76 (I)
Standby (CRC) - $/kW
Below 2 kV 3.28 (I) 6.45 (I) 9.73 (I)
From 2 kV to 50 kV 2.03 (I) 6.44 (I) 8.47 (I)
Above 50 kV 0.59 (I) 0.94 (I) 1.53 (I)
Voltage Discount, 220 kV and above
Energy - $/kWh 0.00000 0.00000 (0.00054) (I)
Capacity Reservation Demand (CRC) - $/kW 0.00 (0.94) (R) (0.94) (R)
FRD, excess of CRC - $/kW 0.00 (2.43) (R) (2.43) (R)
Power Factor Adjustment - $/kVAR
Greater than 50 kV 0.34 0.34
50 kV or less 0.51 0.51

* Hourly rates are listed below and are applicable to service metered and delivered at below 2 kV, 2 kV to 50 kV, and above 50 kV.
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 $(0.00036) per kWh, Reliability Services Balancing Account Adjustment (R)
(RSBAA) of $0.00005 per kWh for voltages below 2 kV, $0.00005 for voltages from 2 kV to 50 kV, and $0.00004 for voltages above 50 kV, and (I)(I)(I)
Transmission Access Charge Balancing Account Adjustment (TACBAA) of $0.00127 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
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 Customers.
9 Generation = The Generation rates are applicable only to Bundled Service Customers
10 DWREC = Department of Water Resources (DWR) Energy Credit For more information on the DWR Energy Credit, see the Billing Calculation
Special Condition of this Schedule.

(Continued)

(To be inserted by utility) Issued by (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)


Advice 3319-E-A R.O. Nichols Date Filed Dec 23, 2015
Decision Senior Vice President Effective Jan 1, 2016
4H17 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 59145-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58659-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 5


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)
Hourly UG Rate 4/ Below 2 kV
TYPE OF DAY (WEEKDAY OR WEEKEND) AND APPLICABLE TEMPERATURE 1/

EXTREMELY VERY HOT HOT MODERATE MILD HIGH COST LOW COST
HOUR2/ HOT SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER WINTER WINTER HIGH COST LOW COST
ENDING @ WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKEND WEEKEND
PST (>=95) (91-94) (85-90) (81-84) (<=80) (>90) (<=90) (>=78) (<78)
---------------- ---------------------- ----------------- ----------------- ------------------- ----------------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
1 a.m. 0.04048 (I) 0.03273 (I) 0.02831 (I) 0.02658 (I) 0.02532 (I) 0.04415 (I) 0.03283 (I) 0.03439 (I) 0.03094 (I)
2 a.m. 0.03529 (I) 0.02774 (I) 0.02379 (I) 0.02261 (I) 0.02206 (I) 0.04127 (I) 0.02932 (I) 0.03027 (I) 0.02667 (I)
3 a.m. 0.02984 (I) 0.02291 (I) 0.01964 (I) 0.01846 (I) 0.01905 (I) 0.03540 (I) 0.02722 (I) 0.02688 (I) 0.02454 (I)
4 a.m. 0.02641 (I) 0.02142 (I) 0.01793 (I) 0.01683 (I) 0.01711 (I) 0.03812 (I) 0.02695 (I) 0.02530 (I) 0.02193 (I)
5 a.m. 0.02726 (I) 0.02307 (I) 0.02063 (I) 0.01862 (I) 0.01891 (I) 0.04070 (I) 0.02946 (I) 0.02515 (I) 0.02212 (I)
6 a.m. 0.03717 (I) 0.02974 (I) 0.02552 (I) 0.02371 (I) 0.02375 (I) 0.05085 (I) 0.03654 (I) 0.02681 (I) 0.02415 (I)
7 a.m. 0.03836 (I) 0.03180 (I) 0.02852 (I) 0.02588 (I) 0.02584 (I) 0.05915 (I) 0.04216 (I) 0.02538 (I) 0.02206 (I)
8 a.m. 0.04135 (I) 0.03561 (I) 0.03257 (I) 0.02978 (I) 0.02953 (I) 0.06116 (I) 0.04504 (I) 0.02804 (I) 0.02370 (I)
9 a.m. 0.04662 (I) 0.05032 (R) 0.03591 (I) 0.03436 (I) 0.03389 (I) 0.05865 (I) 0.04513 (I) 0.03312 (I) 0.02980 (I)
10 a.m. 0.08621 (R) 0.07616 (R) 0.04029 (I) 0.04004 (I) 0.03890 (I) 0.06703 (I) 0.04632 (I) 0.03778 (I) 0.03351 (I)
11 a.m. 0.19908 (R) 0.16277 (R) 0.05349 (R) 0.04398 (I) 0.04249 (I) 0.09557 (R) 0.04786 (I) 0.04117 (I) 0.03733 (I)
12 noon 0.43749 (R) 0.25953 (R) 0.06092 (R) 0.04639 (I) 0.04437 (I) 0.12212 (R) 0.04794 (I) 0.04377 (I) 0.03861 (I)
1 p.m. 0.71369 (R) 0.37858 (R) 0.08188 (R) 0.04824 (I) 0.04614 (I) 0.14846 (R) 0.04711 (I) 0.04424 (I) 0.03761 (I)
2 p.m. 1.24398 (R) 0.61195 (R) 0.20353 (R) 0.05399 (I) 0.04828 (I) 0.20526 (R) 0.04714 (I) 0.04514 (I) 0.03587 (I)
3 p.m. 1.80082 (R) 0.79209 (R) 0.32790 (R) 0.06935 (R) 0.05310 (I) 0.25655 (R) 0.04662 (I) 0.04786 (I) 0.03627 (I)
4 p.m. 2.52997 (R) 1.02203 (R) 0.42616 (R) 0.08883 (R) 0.05779 (I) 0.29326 (R) 0.04653 (I) 0.04979 (I) 0.03680 (I)
5 p.m. 2.53102 (R) 0.93856 (R) 0.43316 (R) 0.08096 (R) 0.05652 (I) 0.24970 (R) 0.04739 (I) 0.05424 (I) 0.03842 (I)
6 p.m. 1.87025 (R) 0.71070 (R) 0.27338 (R) 0.06188 (I) 0.04893 (I) 0.16257 (R) 0.05063 (I) 0.05747 (I) 0.04086 (I)
7 p.m. 1.17084 (R) 0.36094 (R) 0.15141 (R) 0.05553 (I) 0.04646 (I) 0.13950 (R) 0.05268 (I) 0.05566 (I) 0.04185 (I)
8 p.m. 0.82458 (R) 0.24335 (R) 0.10325 (R) 0.04679 (I) 0.04382 (I) 0.14301 (R) 0.05280 (I) 0.05480 (I) 0.04438 (I)
9 p.m. 0.90959 (R) 0.39517 (R) 0.10316 (R) 0.04874 (I) 0.04602 (I) 0.14532 (R) 0.05072 (I) 0.06013 (I) 0.04582 (I)
10 p.m. 0.18193 (R) 0.15316 (R) 0.05366 (R) 0.04470 (I) 0.04265 (I) 0.07501 (R) 0.04684 (I) 0.04881 (I) 0.04244 (I)
11 p.m. 0.05034 (I) 0.06447 (R) 0.03992 (I) 0.03950 (I) 0.03896 (I) 0.05299 (I) 0.04244 (I) 0.04164 (I) 0.03681 (I)
Midnight3/ 0.04441 (I) 0.03799 (I) 0.03418 (I) 0.03268 (I) 0.03139 (I) 0.04893 (I) 0.03598 (I) 0.03556 (I) 0.03073 (I)

1/
The applicable temperature for each type of day is the prior day's Downtown Los Angeles site maximum temperature as recorded by the National
Weather Service. In the event that data is unavailable from Downtown LA as the primary source, data collected by the National Weather Service
from Long Beach Airport shall be used. Where data is not available from either site, SCE shall enact its procedure for emergency data collection in
order to provide substitute temperature data. The seasons and holidays are set forth in the Special Conditions of the Schedule(s) referenced above.
Temperatures are in Fahrenheit.
2/
During Pacific Standard Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour ENDING at the hour shown.
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour BEGINNING at the hour shown.
3/
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable rate for the hour beginning 12 midnight is the rate from the applicable day/temperature
column in effect on the PRIOR day for the hour beginning 12 midnight.
Transition to and from Daylight Saving Time: When Daylight Saving Time begins, the applicable hour skips from 2 a.m.
to 3 a.m. and the rate is the rate applicable to the hour beginning at 3 a.m. Similarly, when Pacific Standard Time resumes, the time
changes from 2 a.m. back to 1 a.m. and the rate for the beginning of Pacific Standard Time is the rate for the hour ending 2 a.m.
Note: In the transition to Daylight Saving Time an hour is lost, while in the transition to Pacific Standard Time, an hour is gained.
4/
The ongoing Competition Transition Charge (CTC) of $(0.00009) per kWh is recovered in Generation.

(Continued)

(To be inserted by utility) Issued by (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)


Advice 3401-E R. O. Nichols Date Filed May 2, 2016
Decision 16-03-030 Senior Vice President Effective Jun 1, 2016
5H27 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58308-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 57859-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 5


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)
Hourly UG Rate 4/ Below 2 kV
TYPE OF DAY (WEEKDAY OR WEEKEND) AND APPLICABLE TEMPERATURE 1/

EXTREMELY VERY HOT HOT MODERATE MILD HIGH COST LOW COST
HOUR2/ HOT SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER WINTER WINTER HIGH COST LOW COST
ENDING @ WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKEND WEEKEND
PST (>=95) (91-94) (85-90) (81-84) (<=80) (>90) (<=90) (>=78) (<78)
---------------- ---------------------- ----------------- ----------------- ------------------- ----------------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
1 a.m. 0.05337 (R) 0.04313 (R) 0.03730 (R) 0.03502 (R) 0.03336 (R) 0.05820 (R) 0.04326 (R) 0.04532 (R) 0.04076 (R)
2 a.m. 0.04651 (R) 0.03655 (R) 0.03133 (R) 0.02978 (R) 0.02905 (R) 0.05440 (R) 0.03864 (R) 0.03988 (R) 0.03514 (R)
3 a.m. 0.03931 (R) 0.03016 (R) 0.02585 (R) 0.02429 (R) 0.02508 (R) 0.04665 (R) 0.03586 (R) 0.03542 (R) 0.03232 (R)
4 a.m. 0.03479 (R) 0.02820 (R) 0.02360 (R) 0.02215 (R) 0.02251 (R) 0.05024 (R) 0.03550 (R) 0.03333 (R) 0.02888 (R)
5 a.m. 0.03591 (R) 0.03039 (R) 0.02717 (R) 0.02451 (R) 0.02489 (R) 0.05366 (R) 0.03882 (R) 0.03312 (R) 0.02913 (R)
6 a.m. 0.04900 (R) 0.03919 (R) 0.03362 (R) 0.03123 (R) 0.03128 (R) 0.06705 (R) 0.04816 (R) 0.03532 (R) 0.03181 (R)
7 a.m. 0.05056 (R) 0.04191 (R) 0.03757 (R) 0.03409 (R) 0.03403 (R) 0.07800 (I) 0.05558 (R) 0.03343 (R) 0.02905 (R)
8 a.m. 0.05451 (R) 0.04694 (R) 0.04292 (R) 0.03924 (R) 0.03891 (R) 0.08066 (I) 0.05938 (R) 0.03694 (R) 0.03122 (R)
9 a.m. 0.06146 (R) 0.06712 (R) 0.04733 (R) 0.04528 (R) 0.04466 (R) 0.07734 (I) 0.05950 (R) 0.04365 (R) 0.03927 (R)
10 a.m. 0.11639 (I) 0.10274 (I) 0.05312 (R) 0.05279 (R) 0.05128 (R) 0.08894 (I) 0.06108 (R) 0.04980 (R) 0.04416 (R)
11 a.m. 0.27333 (I) 0.22313 (I) 0.07119 (I) 0.05798 (R) 0.05602 (R) 0.12873 (I) 0.06311 (R) 0.05428 (R) 0.04921 (R)
12 noon 0.60529 (I) 0.35768 (I) 0.08134 (I) 0.06116 (R) 0.05849 (R) 0.16588 (I) 0.06321 (R) 0.05777 (R) 0.05089 (R)
1 p.m. 0.98978 (I) 0.52316 (I) 0.11033 (I) 0.06361 (R) 0.06083 (R) 0.20277 (I) 0.06213 (R) 0.05840 (R) 0.04958 (R)
2 p.m. 1.72825 (I) 0.84789 (I) 0.27953 (I) 0.07141 (I) 0.06366 (R) 0.28197 (I) 0.06221 (R) 0.05968 (R) 0.04727 (R)
3 p.m. 2.50308 (I) 1.09782 (I) 0.45234 (I) 0.09239 (I) 0.07002 (R) 0.35337 (I) 0.06152 (R) 0.06334 (R) 0.04781 (R)
4 p.m. 3.51600 (I) 1.41651 (I) 0.58835 (I) 0.11903 (I) 0.07621 (I) 0.40394 (I) 0.06142 (R) 0.06589 (R) 0.04850 (R)
5 p.m. 3.51738 (I) 1.30026 (I) 0.59823 (I) 0.10818 (I) 0.07454 (I) 0.34275 (I) 0.06254 (R) 0.07184 (I) 0.05064 (R)
6 p.m. 2.60005 (I) 0.98508 (I) 0.37672 (I) 0.08230 (I) 0.06452 (R) 0.22086 (I) 0.06677 (R) 0.07611 (I) 0.05386 (R)
7 p.m. 1.62639 (I) 0.49837 (I) 0.20708 (I) 0.07369 (I) 0.06126 (R) 0.18882 (I) 0.06948 (R) 0.07347 (I) 0.05518 (R)
8 p.m. 1.14412 (I) 0.33480 (I) 0.14020 (I) 0.06169 (R) 0.05777 (R) 0.19400 (I) 0.06969 (R) 0.07234 (I) 0.05851 (R)
9 p.m. 1.26297 (I) 0.54658 (I) 0.14008 (I) 0.06427 (R) 0.06068 (R) 0.19756 (I) 0.06689 (R) 0.07979 (I) 0.06041 (R)
10 p.m. 0.24937 (I) 0.20968 (I) 0.07143 (I) 0.05894 (R) 0.05623 (R) 0.10000 (I) 0.06175 (R) 0.06435 (R) 0.05595 (R)
11 p.m. 0.06638 (R) 0.08654 (I) 0.05262 (R) 0.05207 (R) 0.05136 (R) 0.06988 (R) 0.05595 (R) 0.05490 (R) 0.04852 (R)
Midnight3/ 0.05855 (R) 0.05008 (R) 0.04505 (R) 0.04307 (R) 0.04136 (R) 0.06452 (R) 0.04742 (R) 0.04687 (R) 0.04049 (R)

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The applicable temperature for each type of day is the prior day's Downtown Los Angeles site maximum temperature as recorded by the National
Weather Service. In the event that data is unavailable from Downtown LA as the primary source, data collected by the National Weather Service
from Long Beach Airport shall be used. Where data is not available from either site, SCE shall enact its procedure for emergency data collection in
order to provide substitute temperature data. The seasons and holidays are set forth in the Special Conditions of the Schedule(s) referenced above.
Temperatures are in Fahrenheit.
2/
During Pacific Standard Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour ENDING at the hour shown.
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour BEGINNING at the hour shown.
3/
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable rate for the hour beginning 12 midnight is the rate from the applicable day/temperature
column in effect on the PRIOR day for the hour beginning 12 midnight.
Transition to and from Daylight Saving Time: When Daylight Saving Time begins, the applicable hour skips from 2 a.m.
to 3 a.m. and the rate is the rate applicable to the hour beginning at 3 a.m. Similarly, when Pacific Standard Time resumes, the time
changes from 2 a.m. back to 1 a.m. and the rate for the beginning of Pacific Standard Time is the rate for the hour ending 2 a.m.
Note: In the transition to Daylight Saving Time an hour is lost, while in the transition to Pacific Standard Time, an hour is gained.
4/
The ongoing Competition Transition Charge (CTC) of $(0.00009) per kWh is recovered in Generation. (I)

(Continued)

(To be inserted by utility) Issued by (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)


Advice 3319-E-A R.O. Nichols Date Filed Dec 23, 2015
Decision Senior Vice President Effective Jan 1, 2016
5H18 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58659-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58308-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 5


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)
Hourly UG Rate 4/ Below 2 kV
TYPE OF DAY (WEEKDAY OR WEEKEND) AND APPLICABLE TEMPERATURE 1/

EXTREMELY VERY HOT HOT MODERATE MILD HIGH COST LOW COST
HOUR2/ HOT SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER WINTER WINTER HIGH COST LOW COST
ENDING @ WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKEND WEEKEND
PST (>=95) (91-94) (85-90) (81-84) (<=80) (>90) (<=90) (>=78) (<78)
---------------- ---------------------- ----------------- ----------------- ------------------- ----------------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
1 a.m. 0.04012 (R) 0.03243 (R) 0.02806 (R) 0.02634 (R) 0.02510 (R) 0.04375 (R) 0.03254 (R) 0.03408 (R) 0.03066 (R)
2 a.m. 0.03498 (R) 0.02750 (R) 0.02357 (R) 0.02241 (R) 0.02186 (R) 0.04090 (R) 0.02906 (R) 0.03000 (R) 0.02644 (R)
3 a.m. 0.02957 (R) 0.02270 (R) 0.01947 (R) 0.01829 (R) 0.01888 (R) 0.03508 (R) 0.02698 (R) 0.02665 (R) 0.02432 (R)
4 a.m. 0.02618 (R) 0.02123 (R) 0.01777 (R) 0.01669 (R) 0.01695 (R) 0.03778 (R) 0.02671 (R) 0.02508 (R) 0.02174 (R)
5 a.m. 0.02702 (R) 0.02287 (R) 0.02045 (R) 0.01846 (R) 0.01874 (R) 0.04034 (R) 0.02920 (R) 0.02492 (R) 0.02192 (R)
6 a.m. 0.03684 (R) 0.02948 (R) 0.02530 (R) 0.02350 (R) 0.02354 (R) 0.05039 (R) 0.03621 (R) 0.02657 (R) 0.02394 (R)
7 a.m. 0.03802 (R) 0.03152 (R) 0.02826 (R) 0.02565 (R) 0.02561 (R) 0.05862 (R) 0.04178 (R) 0.02515 (R) 0.02186 (R)
8 a.m. 0.04098 (R) 0.03530 (R) 0.03228 (R) 0.02952 (R) 0.02927 (R) 0.06061 (R) 0.04464 (R) 0.02779 (R) 0.02349 (R)
9 a.m. 0.04620 (R) 0.05045 (R) 0.03559 (R) 0.03405 (R) 0.03359 (R) 0.05812 (R) 0.04473 (R) 0.03283 (R) 0.02954 (R)
10 a.m. 0.08744 (R) 0.07719 (R) 0.03994 (R) 0.03969 (R) 0.03856 (R) 0.06683 (R) 0.04591 (R) 0.03745 (R) 0.03321 (R)
11 a.m. 0.20527 (R) 0.16758 (R) 0.05351 (R) 0.04359 (R) 0.04211 (R) 0.09671 (R) 0.04744 (R) 0.04081 (R) 0.03700 (R)
12 noon 0.45451 (R) 0.26860 (R) 0.06112 (R) 0.04597 (R) 0.04397 (R) 0.12460 (R) 0.04751 (R) 0.04343 (R) 0.03827 (R)
1 p.m. 0.74318 (R) 0.39284 (R) 0.08289 (R) 0.04781 (R) 0.04572 (R) 0.15230 (R) 0.04670 (R) 0.04390 (R) 0.03728 (R)
2 p.m. 1.29762 (R) 0.63665 (R) 0.20993 (R) 0.05367 (R) 0.04785 (R) 0.21176 (R) 0.04676 (R) 0.04486 (R) 0.03555 (R)
3 p.m. 1.87937 (R) 0.82430 (R) 0.33967 (R) 0.06942 (R) 0.05262 (R) 0.26536 (R) 0.04624 (R) 0.04761 (R) 0.03595 (R)
4 p.m. 2.63987 (R) 1.06357 (R) 0.44179 (R) 0.08942 (R) 0.05727 (R) 0.30334 (R) 0.04617 (R) 0.04952 (R) 0.03647 (R)
5 p.m. 2.64091 (R) 0.97629 (R) 0.44921 (R) 0.08128 (R) 0.05602 (R) 0.25740 (R) 0.04701 (R) 0.05399 (R) 0.03808 (R)
6 p.m. 1.95217 (R) 0.73966 (R) 0.28290 (R) 0.06185 (R) 0.04849 (R) 0.16588 (R) 0.05019 (R) 0.05720 (R) 0.04050 (R)
7 p.m. 1.22115 (R) 0.37423 (R) 0.15553 (R) 0.05538 (R) 0.04605 (R) 0.14182 (R) 0.05222 (R) 0.05522 (R) 0.04148 (R)
8 p.m. 0.85906 (R) 0.25142 (R) 0.10532 (R) 0.04637 (R) 0.04343 (R) 0.14571 (R) 0.05238 (R) 0.05437 (R) 0.04398 (R)
9 p.m. 0.94830 (R) 0.41043 (R) 0.10523 (R) 0.04831 (R) 0.04561 (R) 0.14839 (R) 0.05028 (R) 0.05996 (R) 0.04541 (R)
10 p.m. 0.18728 (R) 0.15748 (R) 0.05368 (R) 0.04430 (R) 0.04227 (R) 0.07514 (R) 0.04642 (R) 0.04837 (R) 0.04206 (R)
11 p.m. 0.04990 (R) 0.06503 (R) 0.03956 (R) 0.03915 (R) 0.03862 (R) 0.05252 (R) 0.04206 (R) 0.04127 (R) 0.03648 (R)
Midnight3/ 0.04401 (R) 0.03765 (R) 0.03388 (R) 0.03239 (R) 0.03111 (R) 0.04849 (R) 0.03566 (R) 0.03525 (R) 0.03045 (R)

1/
The applicable temperature for each type of day is the prior day's Downtown Los Angeles site maximum temperature as recorded by the National
Weather Service. In the event that data is unavailable from Downtown LA as the primary source, data collected by the National Weather Service
from Long Beach Airport shall be used. Where data is not available from either site, SCE shall enact its procedure for emergency data collection in
order to provide substitute temperature data. The seasons and holidays are set forth in the Special Conditions of the Schedule(s) referenced above.
Temperatures are in Fahrenheit.
2/
During Pacific Standard Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour ENDING at the hour shown.
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour BEGINNING at the hour shown.
3/
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable rate for the hour beginning 12 midnight is the rate from the applicable day/temperature
column in effect on the PRIOR day for the hour beginning 12 midnight.
Transition to and from Daylight Saving Time: When Daylight Saving Time begins, the applicable hour skips from 2 a.m.
to 3 a.m. and the rate is the rate applicable to the hour beginning at 3 a.m. Similarly, when Pacific Standard Time resumes, the time
changes from 2 a.m. back to 1 a.m. and the rate for the beginning of Pacific Standard Time is the rate for the hour ending 2 a.m.
Note: In the transition to Daylight Saving Time an hour is lost, while in the transition to Pacific Standard Time, an hour is gained.
4/
The ongoing Competition Transition Charge (CTC) of $(0.00009) per kWh is recovered in Generation.

(Continued)

(To be inserted by utility) Issued by (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)


Advice 3369-E R.O. Nichols Date Filed Feb 24, 2016
Decision Senior Vice President Effective Jan 1, 2016
5H9 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 59146-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58660-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 6


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)
Hourly UG Rate 4/ From 2 kV to 50 kV
TYPE OF DAY (WEEKDAY OR WEEKEND) AND APPLICABLE TEMPERATURE 1/

EXTREMELY VERY HOT HOT MODERATE MILD HIGH COST LOW COST
HOUR2/ HOT SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER WINTER WINTER HIGH COST LOW COST
ENDING @ WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKEND WEEKEND
PST (>=95) (91-94) (85-90) (81-84) (<=80) (>90) (<=90) (>=78) (<78)
---------------- ---------------------- ----------------- ----------------- ------------------- ----------------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
1 a.m. 0.03913 (R) 0.03163 (R) 0.02736 (R) 0.02569 (R) 0.02448 (R) 0.04267 (R) 0.03173 (R) 0.03324 (R) 0.02990 (R)
2 a.m. 0.03411 (R) 0.02682 (R) 0.02299 (R) 0.02186 (R) 0.02132 (R) 0.03989 (R) 0.02834 (R) 0.02926 (R) 0.02579 (R)
3 a.m. 0.02884 (R) 0.02214 (R) 0.01899 (R) 0.01784 (R) 0.01842 (R) 0.03421 (R) 0.02631 (R) 0.02599 (R) 0.02372 (R)
4 a.m. 0.02553 (R) 0.02071 (R) 0.01734 (R) 0.01628 (R) 0.01654 (R) 0.03684 (R) 0.02605 (R) 0.02446 (R) 0.02120 (R)
5 a.m. 0.02635 (R) 0.02231 (R) 0.01995 (R) 0.01801 (R) 0.01828 (R) 0.03934 (R) 0.02848 (R) 0.02431 (R) 0.02138 (R)
6 a.m. 0.03593 (R) 0.02875 (R) 0.02467 (R) 0.02292 (R) 0.02296 (R) 0.04915 (R) 0.03532 (R) 0.02592 (R) 0.02335 (R)
7 a.m. 0.03708 (R) 0.03074 (R) 0.02757 (R) 0.02502 (R) 0.02498 (R) 0.05717 (R) 0.04075 (R) 0.02453 (R) 0.02132 (R)
8 a.m. 0.03997 (R) 0.03443 (R) 0.03148 (R) 0.02879 (R) 0.02855 (R) 0.05911 (R) 0.04353 (R) 0.02710 (R) 0.02291 (R)
9 a.m. 0.04506 (R) 0.04864 (R) 0.03471 (R) 0.03321 (R) 0.03276 (R) 0.05668 (R) 0.04362 (R) 0.03202 (R) 0.02881 (R)
10 a.m. 0.08332 (R) 0.07361 (R) 0.03895 (R) 0.03870 (R) 0.03760 (R) 0.06479 (R) 0.04477 (R) 0.03652 (R) 0.03239 (R)
11 a.m. 0.19240 (R) 0.15730 (R) 0.05169 (R) 0.04251 (R) 0.04107 (R) 0.09236 (R) 0.04626 (R) 0.03980 (R) 0.03608 (R)
12 noon 0.42279 (R) 0.25082 (R) 0.05888 (R) 0.04484 (R) 0.04288 (R) 0.11802 (R) 0.04633 (R) 0.04231 (R) 0.03732 (R)
1 p.m. 0.68971 (R) 0.36586 (R) 0.07913 (R) 0.04663 (R) 0.04459 (R) 0.14348 (R) 0.04553 (R) 0.04276 (R) 0.03636 (R)
2 p.m. 1.20218 (R) 0.59139 (R) 0.19670 (R) 0.05218 (R) 0.04667 (R) 0.19837 (R) 0.04556 (R) 0.04363 (R) 0.03467 (R)
3 p.m. 1.74029 (R) 0.76547 (R) 0.31689 (R) 0.06702 (R) 0.05132 (R) 0.24793 (R) 0.04506 (R) 0.04626 (R) 0.03506 (R)
4 p.m. 2.44494 (R) 0.98769 (R) 0.41185 (R) 0.08585 (R) 0.05585 (R) 0.28341 (R) 0.04498 (R) 0.04812 (R) 0.03557 (R)
5 p.m. 2.44596 (R) 0.90702 (R) 0.41860 (R) 0.07824 (R) 0.05463 (R) 0.24132 (R) 0.04581 (R) 0.05242 (R) 0.03714 (R)
6 p.m. 1.80740 (R) 0.68682 (R) 0.26420 (R) 0.05981 (R) 0.04729 (R) 0.15711 (R) 0.04893 (R) 0.05555 (R) 0.03949 (R)
7 p.m. 1.13149 (R) 0.34882 (R) 0.14633 (R) 0.05367 (R) 0.04491 (R) 0.13481 (R) 0.05092 (R) 0.05380 (R) 0.04045 (R)
8 p.m. 0.79687 (R) 0.23517 (R) 0.09979 (R) 0.04522 (R) 0.04236 (R) 0.13821 (R) 0.05104 (R) 0.05297 (R) 0.04289 (R)
9 p.m. 0.87902 (R) 0.38190 (R) 0.09970 (R) 0.04711 (R) 0.04448 (R) 0.14044 (R) 0.04902 (R) 0.05812 (R) 0.04429 (R)
10 p.m. 0.17582 (R) 0.14802 (R) 0.05187 (R) 0.04321 (R) 0.04122 (R) 0.07250 (R) 0.04527 (R) 0.04717 (R) 0.04102 (R)
11 p.m. 0.04866 (R) 0.06231 (R) 0.03858 (R) 0.03818 (R) 0.03766 (R) 0.05122 (R) 0.04102 (R) 0.04025 (R) 0.03558 (R)
Midnight3/ 0.04292 (R) 0.03672 (R) 0.03304 (R) 0.03159 (R) 0.03034 (R) 0.04729 (R) 0.03478 (R) 0.03437 (R) 0.02970 (R)

1/
The applicable temperature for each type of day is the prior day's Los Angeles Downtown site maximum temperature as recorded by the National
Weather Service. In the event that data is unavailable from Downtown LA as the primary source, data collected by the National Weather Service from
Long Beach Airport shall be used. Where data is not available from either site, SCE shall enact its procedure for emergency data collection in order
to provide substitute temperature data. The seasons and holidays are set forth in the Special Conditions of the Schedule(s) referenced above.
Temperatures are in Fahrenheit.
2/
During Pacific Standard Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour ENDING at the hour shown.
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour BEGINNING at the hour shown.
3/
During Daylight Savings Time, the applicable rate for the hour beginning 12 midnight is the rate from the applicable day/temperature
column in effect on the PRIOR day for the hour beginning 12 midnight.
Transition to and from Daylight Savings Time: When Daylight Savings Time begins, the applicable hour skips from 2 a.m.
to 3 a.m. and the rate is the rate applicable to the hour beginning at 3 a.m. Similarly, when Pacific Standard Time resumes, the time
changes from 2 a.m. back to 1 a.m. and the rate for the beginning of Pacific Standard Time is the rate for the hour ending 2 a.m.
Note: In the transition to Daylight Savings Time an hour is lost, while in the transition to Pacific Standard Time, an hour is gained.
4/
The ongoing Competition Transition Charge (CTC) of $(0.00009) per kWh is recovered in Generation.

(Continued)

(To be inserted by utility) Issued by (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)


Advice 3401-E R. O. Nichols Date Filed May 2, 2016
Decision 16-03-030 Senior Vice President Effective Jun 1, 2016
6H27 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58309-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 57860-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 6


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)
Hourly UG Rate 4/ From 2 kV to 50 kV
TYPE OF DAY (WEEKDAY OR WEEKEND) AND APPLICABLE TEMPERATURE 1/

EXTREMELY VERY HOT HOT MODERATE MILD HIGH COST LOW COST
HOUR2/ HOT SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER WINTER WINTER HIGH COST LOW COST
ENDING @ WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKEND WEEKEND
PST (>=95) (91-94) (85-90) (81-84) (<=80) (>90) (<=90) (>=78) (<78)
---------------- ---------------------- ----------------- ----------------- ------------------- ----------------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
1 a.m. 0.05369 (R) 0.04339 (R) 0.03752 (R) 0.03523 (R) 0.03356 (R) 0.05856 (R) 0.04353 (R) 0.04560 (R) 0.04101 (R)
2 a.m. 0.04680 (R) 0.03677 (R) 0.03152 (R) 0.02996 (R) 0.02922 (R) 0.05474 (R) 0.03887 (R) 0.04012 (R) 0.03535 (R)
3 a.m. 0.03955 (R) 0.03035 (R) 0.02601 (R) 0.02444 (R) 0.02523 (R) 0.04694 (R) 0.03608 (R) 0.03563 (R) 0.03252 (R)
4 a.m. 0.03501 (R) 0.02837 (R) 0.02374 (R) 0.02229 (R) 0.02265 (R) 0.05055 (R) 0.03572 (R) 0.03353 (R) 0.02906 (R)
5 a.m. 0.03613 (R) 0.03057 (R) 0.02733 (R) 0.02466 (R) 0.02504 (R) 0.05399 (R) 0.03905 (R) 0.03332 (R) 0.02931 (R)
6 a.m. 0.04930 (R) 0.03943 (R) 0.03383 (R) 0.03142 (R) 0.03148 (R) 0.06746 (R) 0.04845 (R) 0.03554 (R) 0.03200 (R)
7 a.m. 0.05087 (R) 0.04217 (R) 0.03780 (R) 0.03430 (R) 0.03424 (R) 0.07848 (I) 0.05592 (R) 0.03363 (R) 0.02922 (R)
8 a.m. 0.05485 (R) 0.04723 (R) 0.04318 (R) 0.03948 (R) 0.03915 (R) 0.08115 (I) 0.05974 (R) 0.03716 (R) 0.03141 (R)
9 a.m. 0.06184 (R) 0.06753 (R) 0.04762 (R) 0.04556 (R) 0.04493 (R) 0.07782 (I) 0.05987 (R) 0.04392 (R) 0.03951 (R)
10 a.m. 0.11711 (I) 0.10337 (I) 0.05344 (R) 0.05311 (R) 0.05159 (R) 0.08948 (I) 0.06145 (R) 0.05011 (R) 0.04443 (R)
11 a.m. 0.27501 (I) 0.22450 (I) 0.07163 (I) 0.05834 (R) 0.05636 (R) 0.12952 (I) 0.06350 (R) 0.05461 (R) 0.04951 (R)
12 noon 0.60902 (I) 0.35988 (I) 0.08183 (I) 0.06154 (R) 0.05885 (R) 0.16690 (I) 0.06359 (R) 0.05813 (R) 0.05120 (R)
1 p.m. 0.99587 (I) 0.52638 (I) 0.11100 (I) 0.06400 (R) 0.06120 (R) 0.20402 (I) 0.06251 (R) 0.05875 (R) 0.04988 (R)
2 p.m. 1.73888 (I) 0.85311 (I) 0.28125 (I) 0.07185 (I) 0.06405 (R) 0.28370 (I) 0.06259 (R) 0.06005 (R) 0.04756 (R)
3 p.m. 2.51849 (I) 1.10457 (I) 0.45512 (I) 0.09296 (I) 0.07045 (R) 0.35554 (I) 0.06190 (R) 0.06373 (R) 0.04810 (R)
4 p.m. 3.53764 (I) 1.42523 (I) 0.59197 (I) 0.11976 (I) 0.07668 (I) 0.40643 (I) 0.06180 (R) 0.06629 (R) 0.04880 (R)
5 p.m. 3.53903 (I) 1.30826 (I) 0.60191 (I) 0.10885 (I) 0.07499 (I) 0.34486 (I) 0.06293 (R) 0.07228 (I) 0.05095 (R)
6 p.m. 2.61605 (I) 0.99115 (I) 0.37904 (I) 0.08281 (I) 0.06491 (R) 0.22222 (I) 0.06718 (R) 0.07658 (I) 0.05419 (R)
7 p.m. 1.63640 (I) 0.50143 (I) 0.20836 (I) 0.07415 (I) 0.06163 (R) 0.18998 (I) 0.06991 (R) 0.07392 (I) 0.05551 (R)
8 p.m. 1.15116 (I) 0.33686 (I) 0.14106 (I) 0.06206 (R) 0.05813 (R) 0.19519 (I) 0.07011 (R) 0.07278 (I) 0.05887 (R)
9 p.m. 1.27075 (I) 0.54994 (I) 0.14094 (I) 0.06466 (R) 0.06105 (R) 0.19878 (I) 0.06731 (R) 0.08028 (I) 0.06078 (R)
10 p.m. 0.25090 (I) 0.21097 (I) 0.07187 (I) 0.05930 (R) 0.05657 (R) 0.10062 (I) 0.06213 (R) 0.06475 (R) 0.05629 (R)
11 p.m. 0.06679 (R) 0.08708 (I) 0.05294 (R) 0.05239 (R) 0.05168 (R) 0.07031 (R) 0.05629 (R) 0.05524 (R) 0.04881 (R)
Midnight3/ 0.05891 (R) 0.05038 (R) 0.04532 (R) 0.04334 (R) 0.04161 (R) 0.06491 (R) 0.04771 (R) 0.04716 (R) 0.04074 (R)

1/
The applicable temperature for each type of day is the prior day's Los Angeles Downtown site maximum temperature as recorded by the National
Weather Service. In the event that data is unavailable from Downtown LA as the primary source, data collected by the National Weather Service from
Long Beach Airport shall be used. Where data is not available from either site, SCE shall enact its procedure for emergency data collection in order
to provide substitute temperature data. The seasons and holidays are set forth in the Special Conditions of the Schedule(s) referenced above.
Temperatures are in Fahrenheit.
2/
During Pacific Standard Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour ENDING at the hour shown.
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour BEGINNING at the hour shown.
3/
During Daylight Savings Time, the applicable rate for the hour beginning 12 midnight is the rate from the applicable day/temperature
column in effect on the PRIOR day for the hour beginning 12 midnight.
Transition to and from Daylight Savings Time: When Daylight Savings Time begins, the applicable hour skips from 2 a.m.
to 3 a.m. and the rate is the rate applicable to the hour beginning at 3 a.m. Similarly, when Pacific Standard Time resumes, the time
changes from 2 a.m. back to 1 a.m. and the rate for the beginning of Pacific Standard Time is the rate for the hour ending 2 a.m.
Note: In the transition to Daylight Savings Time an hour is lost, while in the transition to Pacific Standard Time, an hour is gained.
4/
The ongoing Competition Transition Charge (CTC) of $(0.00009) per kWh is recovered in Generation. (I)

(Continued)

(To be inserted by utility) Issued by (To be inserted by Cal. PUC)


Advice 3319-E-A R.O. Nichols Date Filed Dec 23, 2015
Decision Senior Vice President Effective Jan 1, 2016
6H18 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58660-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58309-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 6


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)
Hourly UG Rate 4/ From 2 kV to 50 kV
TYPE OF DAY (WEEKDAY OR WEEKEND) AND APPLICABLE TEMPERATURE 1/

EXTREMELY VERY HOT HOT MODERATE MILD HIGH COST LOW COST
HOUR2/ HOT SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER WINTER WINTER HIGH COST LOW COST
ENDING @ WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKEND WEEKEND
PST (>=95) (91-94) (85-90) (81-84) (<=80) (>90) (<=90) (>=78) (<78)
---------------- ---------------------- ----------------- ----------------- ------------------- ----------------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
1 a.m. 0.03946 (R) 0.03190 (R) 0.02759 (R) 0.02591 (R) 0.02469 (R) 0.04303 (R) 0.03200 (R) 0.03352 (R) 0.03016 (R)
2 a.m. 0.03440 (R) 0.02704 (R) 0.02319 (R) 0.02204 (R) 0.02150 (R) 0.04023 (R) 0.02858 (R) 0.02950 (R) 0.02600 (R)
3 a.m. 0.02908 (R) 0.02233 (R) 0.01915 (R) 0.01799 (R) 0.01858 (R) 0.03450 (R) 0.02653 (R) 0.02621 (R) 0.02392 (R)
4 a.m. 0.02575 (R) 0.02088 (R) 0.01748 (R) 0.01641 (R) 0.01668 (R) 0.03715 (R) 0.02627 (R) 0.02467 (R) 0.02138 (R)
5 a.m. 0.02657 (R) 0.02249 (R) 0.02012 (R) 0.01816 (R) 0.01843 (R) 0.03968 (R) 0.02872 (R) 0.02451 (R) 0.02156 (R)
6 a.m. 0.03624 (R) 0.02899 (R) 0.02488 (R) 0.02312 (R) 0.02316 (R) 0.04956 (R) 0.03561 (R) 0.02614 (R) 0.02354 (R)
7 a.m. 0.03739 (R) 0.03100 (R) 0.02780 (R) 0.02523 (R) 0.02519 (R) 0.05765 (R) 0.04109 (R) 0.02474 (R) 0.02150 (R)
8 a.m. 0.04031 (R) 0.03472 (R) 0.03175 (R) 0.02903 (R) 0.02879 (R) 0.05961 (R) 0.04390 (R) 0.02733 (R) 0.02311 (R)
9 a.m. 0.04544 (R) 0.04961 (R) 0.03500 (R) 0.03349 (R) 0.03303 (R) 0.05716 (R) 0.04399 (R) 0.03229 (R) 0.02905 (R)
10 a.m. 0.08600 (R) 0.07592 (R) 0.03928 (R) 0.03903 (R) 0.03792 (R) 0.06572 (R) 0.04515 (R) 0.03683 (R) 0.03267 (R)
11 a.m. 0.20187 (R) 0.16481 (R) 0.05262 (R) 0.04287 (R) 0.04142 (R) 0.09511 (R) 0.04665 (R) 0.04013 (R) 0.03639 (R)
12 noon 0.44698 (R) 0.26415 (R) 0.06011 (R) 0.04522 (R) 0.04325 (R) 0.12253 (R) 0.04673 (R) 0.04272 (R) 0.03763 (R)
1 p.m. 0.73087 (R) 0.38633 (R) 0.08152 (R) 0.04702 (R) 0.04497 (R) 0.14978 (R) 0.04593 (R) 0.04317 (R) 0.03667 (R)
2 p.m. 1.27612 (R) 0.62610 (R) 0.20645 (R) 0.05279 (R) 0.04706 (R) 0.20825 (R) 0.04599 (R) 0.04412 (R) 0.03496 (R)
3 p.m. 1.84822 (R) 0.81064 (R) 0.33404 (R) 0.06827 (R) 0.05176 (R) 0.26097 (R) 0.04548 (R) 0.04683 (R) 0.03536 (R)
4 p.m. 2.59612 (R) 1.04595 (R) 0.43447 (R) 0.08795 (R) 0.05633 (R) 0.29831 (R) 0.04541 (R) 0.04870 (R) 0.03587 (R)
5 p.m. 2.59714 (R) 0.96011 (R) 0.44177 (R) 0.07994 (R) 0.05509 (R) 0.25313 (R) 0.04624 (R) 0.05310 (R) 0.03745 (R)
6 p.m. 1.91982 (R) 0.72740 (R) 0.27821 (R) 0.06083 (R) 0.04769 (R) 0.16313 (R) 0.04936 (R) 0.05626 (R) 0.03983 (R)
7 p.m. 1.20091 (R) 0.36803 (R) 0.15296 (R) 0.05447 (R) 0.04529 (R) 0.13947 (R) 0.05136 (R) 0.05431 (R) 0.04080 (R)
8 p.m. 0.84483 (R) 0.24726 (R) 0.10358 (R) 0.04560 (R) 0.04272 (R) 0.14330 (R) 0.05151 (R) 0.05347 (R) 0.04326 (R)
9 p.m. 0.93258 (R) 0.40363 (R) 0.10348 (R) 0.04751 (R) 0.04486 (R) 0.14593 (R) 0.04945 (R) 0.05897 (R) 0.04466 (R)
10 p.m. 0.18418 (R) 0.15488 (R) 0.05280 (R) 0.04357 (R) 0.04157 (R) 0.07390 (R) 0.04565 (R) 0.04757 (R) 0.04137 (R)
11 p.m. 0.04907 (R) 0.06396 (R) 0.03891 (R) 0.03850 (R) 0.03798 (R) 0.05165 (R) 0.04137 (R) 0.04059 (R) 0.03588 (R)
Midnight3/ 0.04329 (R) 0.03703 (R) 0.03332 (R) 0.03186 (R) 0.03059 (R) 0.04769 (R) 0.03507 (R) 0.03467 (R) 0.02995 (R)

1/
The applicable temperature for each type of day is the prior day's Los Angeles Downtown site maximum temperature as recorded by the National
Weather Service. In the event that data is unavailable from Downtown LA as the primary source, data collected by the National Weather Service from
Long Beach Airport shall be used. Where data is not available from either site, SCE shall enact its procedure for emergency data collection in order
to provide substitute temperature data. The seasons and holidays are set forth in the Special Conditions of the Schedule(s) referenced above.
Temperatures are in Fahrenheit.
2/
During Pacific Standard Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour ENDING at the hour shown.
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour BEGINNING at the hour shown.
3/
During Daylight Savings Time, the applicable rate for the hour beginning 12 midnight is the rate from the applicable day/temperature
column in effect on the PRIOR day for the hour beginning 12 midnight.
Transition to and from Daylight Savings Time: When Daylight Savings Time begins, the applicable hour skips from 2 a.m.
to 3 a.m. and the rate is the rate applicable to the hour beginning at 3 a.m. Similarly, when Pacific Standard Time resumes, the time
changes from 2 a.m. back to 1 a.m. and the rate for the beginning of Pacific Standard Time is the rate for the hour ending 2 a.m.
Note: In the transition to Daylight Savings Time an hour is lost, while in the transition to Pacific Standard Time, an hour is gained.
4/
The ongoing Competition Transition Charge (CTC) of $(0.00009) per kWh is recovered in Generation.

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Advice 3369-E R.O. Nichols Date Filed Feb 24, 2016
Decision Senior Vice President Effective Jan 1, 2016
6H9 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 59147-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58661-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 7


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)
Hourly UG Rate 4/ Above 50 kV
TYPE OF DAY (WEEKDAY OR WEEKEND) AND APPLICABLE TEMPERATURE 1/

EXTREMELY VERY HOT HOT MODERATE MILD HIGH COST LOW COST
HOUR2/ HOT SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER WINTER WINTER HIGH COST LOW COST
ENDING @ WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKEND WEEKEND
PST (>=95) (91-94) (85-90) (81-84) (<=80) (>90) (<=90) (>=78) (<78)
---------------- ---------------------- ----------------- ----------------- ------------------- ----------------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
1 a.m. 0.03787 (I) 0.03062 (I) 0.02649 (I) 0.02487 (I) 0.02370 (I) 0.04130 (I) 0.03072 (I) 0.03217 (I) 0.02894 (I)
2 a.m. 0.03302 (I) 0.02596 (I) 0.02226 (I) 0.02116 (I) 0.02064 (I) 0.03861 (I) 0.02744 (I) 0.02832 (I) 0.02496 (I)
3 a.m. 0.02792 (I) 0.02143 (I) 0.01838 (I) 0.01727 (I) 0.01783 (I) 0.03311 (I) 0.02547 (I) 0.02515 (I) 0.02296 (I)
4 a.m. 0.02471 (I) 0.02004 (I) 0.01678 (I) 0.01576 (I) 0.01601 (I) 0.03566 (I) 0.02521 (I) 0.02368 (I) 0.02052 (I)
5 a.m. 0.02551 (I) 0.02159 (I) 0.01931 (I) 0.01743 (I) 0.01769 (I) 0.03808 (I) 0.02756 (I) 0.02353 (I) 0.02070 (I)
6 a.m. 0.03478 (I) 0.02783 (I) 0.02388 (I) 0.02219 (I) 0.02223 (I) 0.04756 (I) 0.03418 (I) 0.02509 (I) 0.02260 (I)
7 a.m. 0.03588 (I) 0.02976 (I) 0.02668 (I) 0.02421 (I) 0.02418 (I) 0.05533 (I) 0.03944 (I) 0.02374 (I) 0.02064 (I)
8 a.m. 0.03868 (I) 0.03332 (I) 0.03047 (I) 0.02787 (I) 0.02763 (I) 0.05721 (I) 0.04213 (I) 0.02623 (I) 0.02218 (I)
9 a.m. 0.04361 (I) 0.04707 (I) 0.03359 (I) 0.03214 (I) 0.03170 (I) 0.05486 (I) 0.04222 (I) 0.03099 (I) 0.02789 (I)
10 a.m. 0.08063 (I) 0.07123 (I) 0.03770 (I) 0.03746 (I) 0.03639 (I) 0.06270 (I) 0.04333 (I) 0.03535 (I) 0.03135 (I)
11 a.m. 0.18619 (I) 0.15223 (I) 0.05003 (I) 0.04114 (I) 0.03975 (I) 0.08938 (I) 0.04477 (I) 0.03852 (I) 0.03492 (I)
12 noon 0.40913 (I) 0.24271 (I) 0.05698 (I) 0.04339 (I) 0.04150 (I) 0.11421 (I) 0.04484 (I) 0.04095 (I) 0.03612 (I)
1 p.m. 0.66741 (I) 0.35404 (I) 0.07658 (I) 0.04513 (I) 0.04316 (I) 0.13884 (I) 0.04407 (I) 0.04139 (I) 0.03519 (I)
2 p.m. 1.16331 (I) 0.57227 (I) 0.19035 (I) 0.05050 (I) 0.04516 (I) 0.19196 (I) 0.04410 (I) 0.04223 (I) 0.03355 (I)
3 p.m. 1.68403 (I) 0.74073 (I) 0.30665 (I) 0.06486 (I) 0.04967 (I) 0.23992 (I) 0.04361 (I) 0.04477 (I) 0.03394 (I)
4 p.m. 2.36589 (I) 0.95576 (I) 0.39853 (I) 0.08308 (I) 0.05405 (I) 0.27425 (I) 0.04353 (I) 0.04657 (I) 0.03443 (I)
5 p.m. 2.36687 (I) 0.87769 (I) 0.40507 (I) 0.07572 (I) 0.05287 (I) 0.23352 (I) 0.04433 (I) 0.05074 (I) 0.03594 (I)
6 p.m. 1.74896 (I) 0.66462 (I) 0.25566 (I) 0.05788 (I) 0.04577 (I) 0.15204 (I) 0.04736 (I) 0.05376 (I) 0.03822 (I)
7 p.m. 1.09491 (I) 0.33754 (I) 0.14160 (I) 0.05194 (I) 0.04346 (I) 0.13046 (I) 0.04928 (I) 0.05207 (I) 0.03915 (I)
8 p.m. 0.77111 (I) 0.22758 (I) 0.09657 (I) 0.04376 (I) 0.04099 (I) 0.13375 (I) 0.04939 (I) 0.05126 (I) 0.04151 (I)
9 p.m. 0.85061 (I) 0.36956 (I) 0.09648 (I) 0.04560 (I) 0.04305 (I) 0.13591 (I) 0.04745 (I) 0.05625 (I) 0.04286 (I)
10 p.m. 0.17014 (I) 0.14324 (I) 0.05020 (I) 0.04182 (I) 0.03990 (I) 0.07016 (I) 0.04381 (I) 0.04565 (I) 0.03970 (I)
11 p.m. 0.04709 (I) 0.06030 (I) 0.03734 (I) 0.03695 (I) 0.03645 (I) 0.04957 (I) 0.03970 (I) 0.03896 (I) 0.03444 (I)
Midnight3/ 0.04154 (I) 0.03554 (I) 0.03198 (I) 0.03058 (I) 0.02936 (I) 0.04577 (I) 0.03366 (I) 0.03327 (I) 0.02875 (I)

1/
The applicable temperature for each type of day is the prior day's Los Angeles Downtown site maximum temperature as recorded by the National
Weather Service. In the event that data is unavailable from Downtown LA as the primary source, data collected by the National Weather Service from
Long Beach Airport shall be used. Where data is not available from either site, SCE shall enact its procedure for emergency data collection in order to
provide substitute temperature data. The seasons and holidays are set forth in the Special Conditions of the Schedule(s) referenced above.
Temperatures are in Fahrenheit.
2/
During Pacific Standard Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour ENDING at the hour shown.
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour BEGINNING at the hour shown.
3/
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable rate for the hour beginning 12 midnight is the rate from the applicable day/temperature
column in effect on the PRIOR day for the hour beginning 12 midnight.
Transition to and from Daylight Saving Time: When Daylight Saving Time begins, the applicable hour skips from 2 a.m.
to 3 a.m. and the rate is the rate applicable to the hour beginning at 3 a.m. Similarly, when Pacific Standard Time resumes, the time
changes from 2 a.m. back to 1 a.m. and the rate for the beginning of Pacific Standard Time is the rate for the hour ending 2 a.m.
Note: In the transition to Daylight Saving Time an hour is lost, while in the transition to Pacific Standard Time, an hour is gained.
4/
The ongoing Competition Transition Charge (CTC) of $(0.00005) per kWh is recovered in Generation.

(Continued)

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Advice 3401-E R. O. Nichols Date Filed May 2, 2016
Decision 16-03-030 Senior Vice President Effective Jun 1, 2016
7H27 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58310-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 57861-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 7


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)
Hourly UG Rate 4/ Above 50 kV
TYPE OF DAY (WEEKDAY OR WEEKEND) AND APPLICABLE TEMPERATURE 1/

EXTREMELY VERY HOT HOT MODERATE MILD HIGH COST LOW COST
HOUR2/ HOT SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER WINTER WINTER HIGH COST LOW COST
ENDING @ WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKEND WEEKEND
PST (>=95) (91-94) (85-90) (81-84) (<=80) (>90) (<=90) (>=78) (<78)
---------------- ---------------------- ----------------- ----------------- ------------------- ----------------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
1 a.m. 0.04709 (R) 0.03806 (R) 0.03292 (R) 0.03091 (R) 0.02944 (R) 0.05136 (R) 0.03818 (R) 0.04000 (R) 0.03598 (R)
2 a.m. 0.04105 (R) 0.03226 (R) 0.02765 (R) 0.02629 (R) 0.02564 (R) 0.04800 (R) 0.03410 (R) 0.03520 (R) 0.03102 (R)
3 a.m. 0.03470 (R) 0.02663 (R) 0.02283 (R) 0.02145 (R) 0.02214 (R) 0.04117 (R) 0.03165 (R) 0.03126 (R) 0.02853 (R)
4 a.m. 0.03071 (R) 0.02490 (R) 0.02084 (R) 0.01956 (R) 0.01988 (R) 0.04434 (R) 0.03133 (R) 0.02942 (R) 0.02550 (R)
5 a.m. 0.03170 (R) 0.02682 (R) 0.02398 (R) 0.02164 (R) 0.02197 (R) 0.04735 (R) 0.03426 (R) 0.02924 (R) 0.02571 (R)
6 a.m. 0.04324 (R) 0.03459 (R) 0.02968 (R) 0.02757 (R) 0.02762 (R) 0.05915 (R) 0.04250 (R) 0.03117 (R) 0.02808 (R)
7 a.m. 0.04462 (R) 0.03699 (R) 0.03316 (R) 0.03009 (R) 0.03004 (R) 0.06882 (R) 0.04904 (R) 0.02950 (R) 0.02564 (R)
8 a.m. 0.04810 (R) 0.04142 (R) 0.03788 (R) 0.03463 (R) 0.03434 (R) 0.07116 (R) 0.05239 (R) 0.03260 (R) 0.02755 (R)
9 a.m. 0.05423 (R) 0.05922 (R) 0.04176 (R) 0.03996 (R) 0.03941 (R) 0.06823 (R) 0.05250 (R) 0.03852 (R) 0.03466 (R)
10 a.m. 0.10267 (I) 0.09063 (I) 0.04687 (R) 0.04658 (R) 0.04525 (R) 0.07846 (I) 0.05389 (R) 0.04395 (R) 0.03897 (R)
11 a.m. 0.24108 (I) 0.19680 (I) 0.06281 (R) 0.05116 (R) 0.04943 (R) 0.11356 (I) 0.05568 (R) 0.04789 (R) 0.04342 (R)
12 noon 0.53384 (I) 0.31546 (I) 0.07176 (R) 0.05396 (R) 0.05161 (R) 0.14631 (I) 0.05577 (R) 0.05098 (R) 0.04491 (R)
1 p.m. 0.87292 (I) 0.46140 (I) 0.09732 (I) 0.05612 (R) 0.05367 (R) 0.17885 (I) 0.05482 (R) 0.05153 (R) 0.04375 (R)
2 p.m. 1.52417 (I) 0.74778 (I) 0.24655 (I) 0.06301 (R) 0.05617 (R) 0.24869 (I) 0.05489 (R) 0.05266 (R) 0.04172 (R)
3 p.m. 2.20750 (I) 0.96819 (I) 0.39894 (I) 0.08150 (I) 0.06177 (R) 0.31166 (I) 0.05428 (R) 0.05589 (R) 0.04219 (R)
4 p.m. 3.10079 (I) 1.24925 (I) 0.51889 (I) 0.10500 (I) 0.06723 (R) 0.35626 (I) 0.05419 (R) 0.05813 (R) 0.04280 (R)
5 p.m. 3.10200 (I) 1.14672 (I) 0.52761 (I) 0.09543 (I) 0.06576 (R) 0.30230 (I) 0.05518 (R) 0.06338 (R) 0.04469 (R)
6 p.m. 2.29301 (I) 0.86877 (I) 0.33226 (I) 0.07261 (R) 0.05692 (R) 0.19480 (I) 0.05891 (R) 0.06715 (R) 0.04753 (R)
7 p.m. 1.43434 (I) 0.43954 (I) 0.18265 (I) 0.06502 (R) 0.05405 (R) 0.16654 (I) 0.06130 (R) 0.06482 (R) 0.04869 (R)
8 p.m. 1.00903 (I) 0.29528 (I) 0.12367 (I) 0.05443 (R) 0.05098 (R) 0.17111 (I) 0.06148 (R) 0.06382 (R) 0.05162 (R)
9 p.m. 1.11384 (I) 0.48205 (I) 0.12356 (I) 0.05670 (R) 0.05354 (R) 0.17426 (I) 0.05902 (R) 0.07039 (R) 0.05330 (R)
10 p.m. 0.21994 (I) 0.18494 (I) 0.06302 (R) 0.05200 (R) 0.04961 (R) 0.08822 (I) 0.05449 (R) 0.05678 (R) 0.04937 (R)
11 p.m. 0.05857 (R) 0.07635 (R) 0.04643 (R) 0.04594 (R) 0.04532 (R) 0.06165 (R) 0.04937 (R) 0.04844 (R) 0.04281 (R)
Midnight3/ 0.05166 (R) 0.04419 (R) 0.03975 (R) 0.03801 (R) 0.03650 (R) 0.05692 (R) 0.04185 (R) 0.04136 (R) 0.03573 (R)

1/
The applicable temperature for each type of day is the prior day's Los Angeles Downtown site maximum temperature as recorded by the National
Weather Service. In the event that data is unavailable from Downtown LA as the primary source, data collected by the National Weather Service from
Long Beach Airport shall be used. Where data is not available from either site, SCE shall enact its procedure for emergency data collection in order to
provide substitute temperature data. The seasons and holidays are set forth in the Special Conditions of the Schedule(s) referenced above.
Temperatures are in Fahrenheit.
2/
During Pacific Standard Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour ENDING at the hour shown.
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour BEGINNING at the hour shown.
3/
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable rate for the hour beginning 12 midnight is the rate from the applicable day/temperature
column in effect on the PRIOR day for the hour beginning 12 midnight.
Transition to and from Daylight Saving Time: When Daylight Saving Time begins, the applicable hour skips from 2 a.m.
to 3 a.m. and the rate is the rate applicable to the hour beginning at 3 a.m. Similarly, when Pacific Standard Time resumes, the time
changes from 2 a.m. back to 1 a.m. and the rate for the beginning of Pacific Standard Time is the rate for the hour ending 2 a.m.
Note: In the transition to Daylight Saving Time an hour is lost, while in the transition to Pacific Standard Time, an hour is gained.
4/
The ongoing Competition Transition Charge (CTC) of $(0.00005) per kWh is recovered in Generation. (I)

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Advice 3319-E-A R.O. Nichols Date Filed Dec 23, 2015
Decision Senior Vice President Effective Jan 1, 2016
7H18 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58661-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58310-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 7


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
RATES (Continued)
Hourly UG Rate 4/ Above 50 kV
TYPE OF DAY (WEEKDAY OR WEEKEND) AND APPLICABLE TEMPERATURE 1/

EXTREMELY VERY HOT HOT MODERATE MILD HIGH COST LOW COST
HOUR2/ HOT SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER WINTER WINTER HIGH COST LOW COST
ENDING @ WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKDAY WEEKEND WEEKEND
PST (>=95) (91-94) (85-90) (81-84) (<=80) (>90) (<=90) (>=78) (<78)
---------------- ---------------------- ----------------- ----------------- ------------------- ----------------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
1 a.m. 0.03478 (R) 0.02812 (R) 0.02433 (R) 0.02284 (R) 0.02177 (R) 0.03792 (R) 0.02821 (R) 0.02955 (R) 0.02658 (R)
2 a.m. 0.03032 (R) 0.02384 (R) 0.02044 (R) 0.01944 (R) 0.01896 (R) 0.03545 (R) 0.02520 (R) 0.02601 (R) 0.02292 (R)
3 a.m. 0.02564 (R) 0.01969 (R) 0.01689 (R) 0.01587 (R) 0.01638 (R) 0.03041 (R) 0.02339 (R) 0.02310 (R) 0.02109 (R)
4 a.m. 0.02270 (R) 0.01841 (R) 0.01542 (R) 0.01448 (R) 0.01471 (R) 0.03274 (R) 0.02316 (R) 0.02175 (R) 0.01885 (R)
5 a.m. 0.02343 (R) 0.01983 (R) 0.01774 (R) 0.01602 (R) 0.01626 (R) 0.03496 (R) 0.02531 (R) 0.02161 (R) 0.01902 (R)
6 a.m. 0.03194 (R) 0.02556 (R) 0.02194 (R) 0.02038 (R) 0.02042 (R) 0.04367 (R) 0.03139 (R) 0.02304 (R) 0.02076 (R)
7 a.m. 0.03295 (R) 0.02733 (R) 0.02451 (R) 0.02224 (R) 0.02221 (R) 0.05080 (R) 0.03621 (R) 0.02181 (R) 0.01896 (R)
8 a.m. 0.03552 (R) 0.03060 (R) 0.02798 (R) 0.02559 (R) 0.02538 (R) 0.05252 (R) 0.03868 (R) 0.02409 (R) 0.02037 (R)
9 a.m. 0.04004 (R) 0.04372 (R) 0.03085 (R) 0.02952 (R) 0.02911 (R) 0.05036 (R) 0.03876 (R) 0.02846 (R) 0.02561 (R)
10 a.m. 0.07575 (R) 0.06688 (R) 0.03461 (R) 0.03440 (R) 0.03342 (R) 0.05790 (R) 0.03979 (R) 0.03246 (R) 0.02879 (R)
11 a.m. 0.17779 (R) 0.14515 (R) 0.04637 (R) 0.03778 (R) 0.03650 (R) 0.08378 (R) 0.04111 (R) 0.03537 (R) 0.03207 (R)
12 noon 0.39364 (R) 0.23264 (R) 0.05296 (R) 0.03984 (R) 0.03811 (R) 0.10793 (R) 0.04117 (R) 0.03764 (R) 0.03317 (R)
1 p.m. 0.64363 (R) 0.34023 (R) 0.07181 (R) 0.04143 (R) 0.03963 (R) 0.13192 (R) 0.04047 (R) 0.03805 (R) 0.03231 (R)
2 p.m. 1.12377 (R) 0.55137 (R) 0.18183 (R) 0.04651 (R) 0.04147 (R) 0.18341 (R) 0.04053 (R) 0.03888 (R) 0.03081 (R)
3 p.m. 1.62757 (R) 0.71387 (R) 0.29418 (R) 0.06015 (R) 0.04560 (R) 0.22983 (R) 0.04008 (R) 0.04126 (R) 0.03116 (R)
4 p.m. 2.28616 (R) 0.92109 (R) 0.38262 (R) 0.07747 (R) 0.04963 (R) 0.26272 (R) 0.04001 (R) 0.04292 (R) 0.03161 (R)
5 p.m. 2.28706 (R) 0.84550 (R) 0.38904 (R) 0.07042 (R) 0.04854 (R) 0.22293 (R) 0.04074 (R) 0.04679 (R) 0.03301 (R)
6 p.m. 1.69061 (R) 0.64057 (R) 0.24502 (R) 0.05359 (R) 0.04203 (R) 0.14368 (R) 0.04349 (R) 0.04956 (R) 0.03510 (R)
7 p.m. 1.05755 (R) 0.32411 (R) 0.13472 (R) 0.04799 (R) 0.03991 (R) 0.12284 (R) 0.04525 (R) 0.04785 (R) 0.03595 (R)
8 p.m. 0.74398 (R) 0.21776 (R) 0.09124 (R) 0.04018 (R) 0.03764 (R) 0.12621 (R) 0.04539 (R) 0.04711 (R) 0.03812 (R)
9 p.m. 0.82126 (R) 0.35546 (R) 0.09115 (R) 0.04186 (R) 0.03953 (R) 0.12853 (R) 0.04357 (R) 0.05195 (R) 0.03936 (R)
10 p.m. 0.16222 (R) 0.13641 (R) 0.04652 (R) 0.03840 (R) 0.03664 (R) 0.06510 (R) 0.04023 (R) 0.04192 (R) 0.03646 (R)
11 p.m. 0.04324 (R) 0.05635 (R) 0.03429 (R) 0.03393 (R) 0.03347 (R) 0.04551 (R) 0.03646 (R) 0.03577 (R) 0.03162 (R)
Midnight3/ 0.03814 (R) 0.03264 (R) 0.02937 (R) 0.02808 (R) 0.02697 (R) 0.04203 (R) 0.03091 (R) 0.03055 (R) 0.02640 (R)

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The applicable temperature for each type of day is the prior day's Los Angeles Downtown site maximum temperature as recorded by the National
Weather Service. In the event that data is unavailable from Downtown LA as the primary source, data collected by the National Weather Service from
Long Beach Airport shall be used. Where data is not available from either site, SCE shall enact its procedure for emergency data collection in order to
provide substitute temperature data. The seasons and holidays are set forth in the Special Conditions of the Schedule(s) referenced above.
Temperatures are in Fahrenheit.
2/
During Pacific Standard Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour ENDING at the hour shown.
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable hour and corresponding rate is for the hour BEGINNING at the hour shown.
3/
During Daylight Saving Time, the applicable rate for the hour beginning 12 midnight is the rate from the applicable day/temperature
column in effect on the PRIOR day for the hour beginning 12 midnight.
Transition to and from Daylight Saving Time: When Daylight Saving Time begins, the applicable hour skips from 2 a.m.
to 3 a.m. and the rate is the rate applicable to the hour beginning at 3 a.m. Similarly, when Pacific Standard Time resumes, the time
changes from 2 a.m. back to 1 a.m. and the rate for the beginning of Pacific Standard Time is the rate for the hour ending 2 a.m.
Note: In the transition to Daylight Saving Time an hour is lost, while in the transition to Pacific Standard Time, an hour is gained.
4/
The ongoing Competition Transition Charge (CTC) of $(0.00005) per kWh is recovered in Generation.

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Advice 3369-E R.O. Nichols Date Filed Feb 24, 2016
Decision Senior Vice President Effective Jan 1, 2016
7H9 Resolution
Southern California Edison Original Cal. PUC Sheet No. 59151-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Cal. PUC Sheet No.

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 11


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

7. (Continued)

Once a customers designated Billing Determinants have been determined and set by the
Algorithm, it shall remain at such level prospectively for a minimum of 12 months absent
modification resulting from the Confirmation Review Process. When the Billing Determinants
are adjusted by SCE as provided above, a qualified change in the Billing Determinants shall
not be made for 12 months from the last adjustment. SCE or a customer may initiate a review
of the Billing Determinants at any time to appropriately reflect a customers operating
condition(s), provided, however, that the revised Billing Determinants once established shall
be effective prospectively for a minimum of 12 months. The customer is responsible for
notifying SCE of permanent or material changes in their generation facilities (size, type and
operations) for future adjustments to the Billing Determinants.

8. Confirmation Review Process: The Confirmation Review will be performed at the request of
the customer,i or can be initiated by SCE when the customers Billing Determinants, as
determined by the Algorithm, results in an expected bill impact greater than or equal to 10
percent relative to bills reflecting the customers previously determined Billing Determinants.
For both bill impact calculations, the same set of rates will be used in order to isolate the
impact to changes resulting from application of the Algorithm. The Confirmation Review will
be conducted to establish the appropriate Billing Determinants including, if necessary, a series
of steps to examine the reason(s) for any material difference. The Confirmation Review
process will be limited to disputes arising from the initial implementation of the Algorithm-
determined Billing Determinants. Consistent with Special Condition 6 of this Schedule, no
party availing itself of the Confirmation Review shall seek to modify the Algorithm set forth by
D.16-03-030. Customers will have a period of 12 months after the Standby Implementation
Date, or Secondary Standby Implementation Date, where applicable, to request a
Confirmation Review. If the Confirmation Review results in a set of Billing Determinants that
differ from those implemented on the Standby Implementation Date, SCE will perform a rebill,
dating back to the Standby Implementation Date, or Secondary Standby Implementation Date
where applicable, of the customers standby service using the Billing Determinants
established as a result of the Confirmation Review Process.

i
Confirmation Review requests must be submitted to StandbyDemandDepartingLoad@sce.com.

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Advice 3401-E R. O. Nichols Date Filed May 2, 2016
Decision 16-03-030 Senior Vice President Effective Jun 1, 2016
11H22 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 58901-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 57600-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 12


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

11. The daily maximum temperature, as recorded by the National Weather Service, at its
Downtown Los Angeles site, will be used to determine the hourly rates for the following day
according to this Schedule. It is the responsibility of the customers to acquire the daily
maximum temperature at the Los Angeles Downtown site. SCE is not required to provide the
daily maximum temperature. In the event that data is unavailable from Downtown LA as the
primary source, data collected by the National Weather Service from Long Beach Airport shall
be used. Where data is not available from either site, SCE shall enact its procedure for
emergency data collection in order to provide substitute temperature data.

12. Threshold Rule Exceptions:

a. Individual water agency accounts with demands above 500 kW who have signed (T)
Form 14-317, and other water pumping accounts with demands above 500 kW, are (T)
not eligible for service under this Schedule provided that 70 percent or more of the
water pumped is used for Agricultural Power Service. Such accounts must take
service on an agricultural class rate schedule and Schedule S.

b. Customers with demands above 500 kW who have signed Form 14-927, Affidavit
Regarding Eligibility for Agricultural Power Service, are not required to take service
under this Schedule and are eligible for service on an applicable agricultural class rate
schedule and Schedule S.

13. Voltage Discount: Bundled Service Customers 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, Customers receiving service at 220 kV will have the Utility
Generation (UG) rate component of the applicable Generation Charges for service above 50
kV reduced by the corresponding Voltage Discount amount for service metered and delivered
at 220 kV as shown in the RATES section.

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Advice 3381-E R.O. Nichols Date Filed Mar 17, 2016
Decision Senior Vice President Effective Apr 16, 2016
12H11 Resolution
Southern California Edison Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. 59159-E
Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Original Cal. PUC Sheet No. 52255-E

Schedule TOU-8-RTP-S Sheet 19 (T)


TIME-OF-USE - GENERAL SERVICE - LARGE
REAL TIME PRICING - STANDBY
(Continued)
SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

19. Optimal Billing Period Service: This Special Condition provides for the voluntary use of an (T)
Optimal Billing Period (OBP), which allows for a customers billing cycle(s) to coincide with the
customers 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 customers 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 customers high seasonal production cycle must be
six months or less, and the average of the customers monthly Maximum Demand during its
OBP must be at least double the average of its monthly Maximum Demand during its non-OBP
period. Customers may not discontinue this option before the end date of their OBP.

Prior to receiving OBP service, the customer shall sign Form 14-389, Optimal Billing Period
Service Agreement, 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 the OBP fee
each year.

20. Maintenance Service Notification Procedure (Customer Physical Assurance Agreement (T)
conditions): Upon SCEs approval of a scheduled maintenance service request, Customers will
be billed for Standby Service consistent with the provisions of the Customer Physical Assurance
Agreement (Form 14-749) and this Schedule. As a condition of receiving Maintenance Service
under this Schedule, the customer must adhere to the following conditions:

a. The customer must e-mail: standbydemanddepartingload@sce.com to the attention of


Standby and Departing Load Administrator.

b. The e-mail must contain the following:

(1) Customer name, telephone number, fax number, and e-mail, and
(2) Customers SCE service account number, and
(3) Generator ID, Qualified Facility ID, or WDAT ID (whichever is applicable); and
(4) Date and time (rounded to nearest hour) when the maintenance outage is
expected to begin and end (see below for minimum advance notice
requirements); and
(5) Requested Maintenance Demand (RMD kW) level (cannot vary from hour to
hour).

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Advice 3401-E R. O. Nichols Date Filed May 2, 2016
Decision 16-03-030 Senior Vice President Effective Jun 1, 2016
19H24 Resolution