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THE DAYTON POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY MacGregor Park 1065 Woodman Drive Dayton, Ohio 45432

P.U.C.O. No. 17 ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION SERVICE ENERGY EFFICIENCY RIDER

Second Revised Sheet No. D38 Cancels First Revised Sheet No. D38 Page 1 of 1

The rates and charges listed in this tariff are intended to recover the costs associated with meeting the energy efficiency and peak demand reduction targets set forth in Section 4928.66 of the Ohio Revised Code. This is a non-bypassable charge (except if the customer qualifies for a mercantile opt-out exemption). The Energy Efficiency Rider (EER) shall be assessed on kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity per tariff class distributed under this Schedule at the rates stated below, effective on a service-rendered basis in the Company’s first billing unit for the month of January 2010.

Residential

$0.0020875

/kWh

Residential Heating - Rate A

$0.0020875

/kWh

Residential Heating - Rate B

$0.0020875

/kWh

Secondary

$0.0006284

/kWh

Primary

$0.0006284

/kWh

Primary-Substation

$0.0006284

/kWh

High Voltage Private Outdoor Lighting

$0.0006284

/kWh

9,500 Lumens High Pressure Sodium

$0.0245076

/lamp/month

28,000 Lumens High Pressure Sodium

$0.0603264

/lamp/month

7,000 Lumens Mercury

$0.0471300

/lamp/month

21,000 Lumens Mercury

$0.0967736

/lamp/month

2,500 Lumens Incandescent

$0.0402176

/lamp/month

7,000 Lumens Fluorescent

$0.0414744

/lamp/month

4,000 Lumens PT Mercury

$0.0270212

/lamp/month

School

$0.0006284

/kWh

Street Lighting

$0.0006284

/kWh

The Energy Efficiency Rider Tariff shall be assessed until the Company’s costs are fully recovered and will be revised once a year.

Filed pursuant to the Opinion and Order in Case No. 09-1908-EL-ATA dated April 6, 2010 of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.

Issued April 29, 2010

Effective May 1, 2010

Issued by PAUL M. BARBAS, President and Chief Executive Officer