Connecticut Variable Rate Contract Summary

Electric Generation Supply

Electric Supplier Information Discount Power Inc.6 Armstrong RoadShelton, CT 06484Monday • Friday 8:30am • 5:00pm EST877-259-7693www.discountpowerinc.com Discount Power is a licensed electric generation supplier and is responsible for its customers' generation service and the corresponding charge on their utility bills.
Price Structure This is a Variable Rate price structure. The rate can vary month-to-month with no limitations on how much it may vary, up or down, from one billing cycle to the next. You can obtain Discount Power's current variable rate at the beginning of each month either by visiting www.discountpowerinc.com/ct-rates or by contacting Discount Power Customer Service.
Generation / Supply Price Your rate for your first three (3) months of service with Discount Power will be $0.0856 per kWh. Following your first three (3) months of service, the rate may vary month-to-month.
Statement Regarding Savings While we strive to provide savings over the utility company over time, Discount Power cannot guarantee that our supply rate will provide a savings to the customer for any specific month of service.
Contract Start Date Your utility company will determine the date your service will begin through Discount Power. Your service start date will likely be at the end of your current or next billing cycle, depending on the timing of you enrollment and where you are in your current billing cycle.
Contract Term / Length This agreement will continue on a month-to-month basis until canceled by either party.
Cancellation / Early Termination Fees There are no early termination or cancelation fees; you can cancel at any time and your utility company will set a date for your service through Discount Power to end.
Renewal Terms This agreement will continue on a month-to-month basis until canceled by either party. Upon cancelation, the customer's utility company will determine the date that the customer's service through Discount Power will end.
Utility Company Information Connecticut Light and Power
PO Box 270
Hartford, CT 06141
1-800-286-2000
www.cl-p.com

Your utility company is responsible for service and charges related to the distribution (delivery) of your electricity, including any emergencies and/or power outages.

Discount Power Terms and Conditions of Service

Discount Power, Inc. ("DPI") is licensed by the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) to offer and supply electric generation services in Connecticut DPI's PURA license number is 08-09-14. "We", "us" or "our" refers to DPI. "You" or "your" refers to the customer.

These Terms and Conditions and the welcome letter together govern your purchase of electric generation services from us ("Agreement"). Please keep a copy for your records.

  1. Services: DPI will supply all the electricity that the Customer needs for its home ("Supply Service"). DPI is a retail marketer of electricity and not the Customer's Local Utility. The Local Utility will continue to deliver ("Distribution Service") electricity to the Customer's home or business, read the Customer's meter, bill the Customer, and make repairs. The Local Utility will also respond to emergencies and they will remain the Customer's point of contact in the case of power outage.
  2. Price: You agree to pay a rate of $0.0856 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) for your first three (3) months of supply service through Discount Power. After the first three (3) months of service, the customer will receive DPI's variable rate for electricity. The variable rate may fluctuate to reflect the changes in the wholesale power market. The customer agrees and understands that the rate can fluctuate month to month. Price(s) does not include any applicable taxes. In addition, you are responsible for paying your local utility distribution and transmission charges as well as any other applicable charges. DPI is not responsible for any billing errors made by the public utilities.
  3. Term: This Agreement will be effective for each account enrolled, commencing with our receipt of your signed Agreement. Service will commence with the meter read date occurring after enrollment requirements with the host utility company have been met. Service commencement lead time may vary depending on utility enrollment requirements, and your specific meter reading schedule. You will continue under this agreement on a month-to-month basis until either party cancels the agreement. If you move within your current utility's service territory, you will need to request them to transfer DPI's supply service to your new address. If you move outside your current utility's service territory, but remain within the State of Connecticut, DPI may grant you the option to continue receiving service from us at your new location.
  4. Right of Rescission: You have the right to cancel your enrollment and this agreement without penalty any time before midnight of the third business day after executing this agreement ("Rescission Period").
  5. Termination Fees: There is no termination fee for month-to-month variable rate plans.
  6. Billing: You will continue to receive a single bill from your host utility company that will contain their charges, our charges including any applicable late payment fees, billing terms and conditions including late payment fees, information, if applicable, about deferred billing, estimated bills and any other information required by law. Bills will be due according to the host utility company's billing schedule. If you are currently on a budget plan with your utility, your plan should be recalculated. If your plan does not remain in effect you should contact your utility company.
  7. Information Disclosure: By signing this agreement, you authorize your host utility company to release to us any account information including historical usage information, account number and payment history.
  8. Dispute Procedures: Contact Discount Power, Inc. toll free at 1-877-259-7693 or by mail at 6 Armstrong Rd. Shelton, CT 06484 with any questions concerning our service. If you are not satisfied after discussing your concerns with us, you may contact the Connecticut PURA (860) 827-1553 or toll-free in CT at 1-800-382-4586, or TDD at (860) 827-2837 or by mail at Ten Franklin Square, New Britain, CT 06051.
  9. ASSIGNMENT: DPI reserves the right to assign the Supply Service and this Agreement at the discretion of DPI at any time without notice. The Customer may not assign its interests and obligations under this Agreement without the express written consent of DPI.
  10. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: LIABILITIES NOT EXCUSED BY REASON OF FORCE MAJEURE OR OTHERWISE SHALL BE LIMITED TO DIRECT ACTUAL DAMAGES. DPI WILL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, EXEMPLARY OR INDIRECT DAMAGES. DPI IS NOT LIABLE FOR INTERRUPTIONS TO, OR SHORTAGES OF, ELECTRICITY SUPPLY, NOR ANY ASSOCIATED LOSS OR DAMAGE RESULTING THEREFROM. THESE LIMITATIONS APPLY WITHOUT REGARD TO THE CAUSE OF ANY LIABILITY OR DAMAGE. THERE ARE NO THIRD-PARTY BENEFICIARIES TO THIS AGREEMENT.
  11. REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTS: THE ELECTRICITY PROVIDED UNDER THIS AGREEMENT WILL MEET THE STANDARDS OF THE APPLICABLE LOCAL UTILITY AND WILL BE SUPPLIED FROM A VARIETY OF ELECTRIC GENERATION SOURCES INCLUDING THE ELECTRICITY PROVIDED PURSUANT TO ANY RENEWABLE ENERGY PRODUCT REQUIREMENT. DPI MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THOSE EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT. DPI EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
  12. EMERGENCY: In the event of an emergency such as a power outage the Customer should call his or her Local Utility: Connecticut Light & Power - (800) 286-2000

Please retain this document for your records.