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2 Welcome and Introductions Program Description Program Status Update Compliance Update Evaluation Measurement & Verification (EM&V) Demand Response Questions Agenda 2

3 These goals were measured against Duquesnes June 2009 – May 2010 kWh sales forecast with provisions made for weather adjustments and extraordinary loads that the EDC must serve. – 140,885,117 kWh by 2011 – ACHIEVED – 174,001,337 kWh – 422,565,351 kWh by 2013 Act requires a 4.5% reduction by May 31, 2013 in the peak 100 hours of demand This goal was measured against the 2007 June – September average of the 100 hours of peak demand – 113 MW in the summer of Overview 3

4 Residential Programs Energy Efficiency Program Rebate Catalog – Rebates on energy star appliances, programmable thermostats, CFLs and much more. Online Home Audit – A detailed, interactive analysis of how customers can save energy and money in their homes, plus easy links to rebates. Refrigerator/freezer Recycling – A check for $35 and free disposal of the old refrigerator/freezer. School Energy Pledge Program – Teaching students how to save energy at school and at home. Low Income Program – Reaching out to help all customers gain the benefits of saving energy. Demand Side Response Program Residential Direct Load Control Program– Cycling off electric central air conditioners 4

5 Customer Program Segments Commercial Office Buildings Retail Establishments (including restaurants) Primary Metals Industry Chemicals Industry Mixed Industries (including food processing, rubber, plastics, stone, clay, glass, fabricated metals, and electronics industries) Healthcare Facilities Educational Facilities Public Agencies Business Programs 5

6 Energy Efficiency Program Rebates – Duquesne Light is providing rebates on a wide range of energy-saving devices that a commercial or industrial customer might use, such as fluorescent lamps, ballasts, fixtures, variable frequency drives, door gaskets for freezers, and high efficiency motors. Rebates are paid based on the quantity installed and the equipment must meet certain energy efficiency standards. For a complete listing, visit our website at Custom Incentives – Custom incentives are available to customers for less common or more complex energy saving measures installed in qualified retrofit and equipment replacement projects. Custom measure incentives are paid based on kWh savings. Projects that include both custom measures and equipment listed in the rebate catalog will receive custom incentives. Business Programs 6

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8 Rebate Catalog 8

9 Rebate Examples 9 Description of MeasureUnits Rebate per Unit T8 - four 4ft Lamps with CRI>=80 and Electronic Ballast; must replace four 4ft T12 lamps and magnetic ballast 4 Lamps & 1 Ballast OR Fixture $18.50 T5 - six 4ft HO Lamps with CRI>=82 and Electronic Ballast; must replace high intensity discharge fixture (such as metal halide) producing comparable lumens 6 Lamps & 1 Ballast OR Fixture $93.50 Wall or Ceiling-mounted infrared and/or ultrasonic Sensor; >= 500 watts of interior lighting controlled; hard-wired. Total wattage of lights controlled by each sensor must be included in material submitted with Rebate Application. Sensor$ HP Motor with NEMA Premium efficiency or better; must be replacing a motor of equal horsepower Motor$70.00

10 Example Projects 10 Example Project #1: Gymnasium upgrades (24) 400 watt metal halide fixtures with (24) four-foot, six lamp, T5 High Output Fluorescent Fixtures Connected Load Savings: 2.57 kW Annual Energy Savings: 11,025 kWh Estimated Equipment Cost: $5,400 (labor not included) Prescriptive Rebate Incentive: $2,240 Estimated Annual Energy Cost Savings: $992 Projects cited are representative of actual D.L. Co. customer projects. Energy cost savings is base on 9.0¢ per kWh.

11 Example Projects 11 Example Project #2: Education facility replaces (1) 2 HP 84.0% efficiency motor with (1) 2 HP 86.5% efficiency motor Connected Load Savings: kW Annual Energy Savings: 160 kWh Estimated Equipment Cost: $400 (labor not included) Prescriptive Rebate Incentive: $35 Estimated Annual Energy Cost Savings: $14 Projects cited are representative of actual D.L. Co. customer projects. Energy cost savings is base on 9.0¢ per kWh.

12 Example Projects 12 Example Project #3: Education facility performs lighting upgrades as follows: - (2,310) three-lamp T12 fluorescent fixtures retrofitted to (2,310) two-lamp T8 fluorescent fixtures. Also results in (2,310) T12 lamps removed. - (409) T12 fluorescent fixtures retrofitted to T8 All fluorescent fixture upgrades include electronic ballasts Connected Load Savings: 206 kW Annual Energy Savings: 708,720 kWh Estimated Equipment Cost: $61,000 (labor not included) Prescriptive Rebate Incentive: $46,715* Estimated Annual Energy Cost Savings: $63,785 *Includes qualified removal of (2,310) T12 lamps resulting in $13,860 Projects cited are representative of actual D.L. Co. customer projects. Energy cost savings is base on 9.0¢ per kWh.

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16 MWh Results 16 Overall SummaryMWhs PTD – July 31, 2011 May 31, 2013 Goal% of Goal Portfolio MWhs199,564422,56547%

17 Class MWh Results 17 MWHs PTD – as of July 31, 2011 May 31, 2013 Goal% of Goal Residential MWhs75,330119,80263% Commercial MWhs76,697221,15535% Industrial MWhs47,53781,60858%

18 18 Program PTD ( ) TotalMay 31, 2013 Goal % of Goal (MWh) Residential Energy Efficiency ,35856% RES - School Energy Pledge ,503106% RES – Appliance Recycling ,65387% Res – Low-Income ,28874% Com – Offices ,62031% Com – Healthcare ,57732% Com – Retail & Restaurant ,18639% Com – Education ,26931% Com – Public Agency ,58348% Com – Commercial Umbrella ,92015% Ind – Industrial Umbrella 603 6,5309% Ind – Primary Metals ,48749% Ind – Chemicals ,16793% Ind – Mixed Industrial ,42471% Total199,564422,56547%

19 Budgets Specific budgets for customer segments to ensure that all customers have resources available. As of July 31, 2011 total expenses were $ 22,952,041. Some programs have performed above expectation and are nearing goal. A decision will be made in the next several weeks to determine if shifting of funds among programs is necessary and the modification will be file for PUC approval. 19

20 20 Compliance Update

21 Duquesne Light filed surcharge true-up on July 1, 2011 – Total over collection of $ 9,829,407 – Projected approved budget $ 22,155,822 – Net projected costs to recover $ 12,326,414 No change to residential surcharge Decrease in Small & Medium C&I Increase and Decrease in Large C&I 21

22 Submitted Preliminary Gross Savings – July 15, 2011 – Gross Reported Savings of 174,001 MWh – Mandated reduction of 141,885 MWh – Enough reported savings to reach goal Verified Savings Report – November 15,

23 Evaluation, Measurement and Verification (EM&V) – Navigant Consulting – Independent evaluator – Provides technical assistance with projects – Selects random samples for verification – Conduct on-site and phone interviews – Verifies paperwork and project files – Completes Verified Savings Report – Interacts with the Statewide Evaluator EM&V 23

24 Provides an additional level of verification Completes on-site and desktop audits – Most recent on-site evaluations provided positive feedback Provides guidance on project verification Conducts bi-weekly meetings with Duquesne Light Partners to ensure success of programs Interacts with staff and independent evaluators Statewide Evaluator 24

25 25 Demand Response

26 Demand Reduction consists of two Components: Energy Efficiency: –Deemed MWs achieved in conjunction on-going MWh projects –Paid for from Energy Efficiency Program dollars Demand Response Programs: –Actual demand reduction for AC cycling or curtailable events –Will be achieved and documented summer of 2012 –Paid for from Demand Response Program dollars 26

27 Comverge implementing Residential & Small/Medium Commercial/Industrial programs –Service Line Article April 2011 –1,425 customer inquiries, 1,000 customers enrolled Comverge will begin installation of switch equipment October 2011 Comverge continues to field customer inquiries and enrollments Air Conditioners will cycle on/off during the peak events from June 1, 2012 – September 30, Residential/Sm/Med

28 EnerNOC will administer Large Commercial and Industrial Curtailable Program –EnerNOC is a large national company that works with large customers Begin marketing to customers September 2011 –Committed to 40 MW curtailment June 1 – September 30, 2012 –EnerNOC will responsible to market, implement, evaluate and report savings Large C&I 28

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