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THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No.

EC1
M.P.S.C. No. 9

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER

1, DEFINITIONS

uCommission_ means the Michigan Public Service Commission.

=Company" means The Detroit Edison Company.

"Company's Distribution System" means facilities operated by the Company for the purpose of
distributing Power within the Company's electric service territory, which are subject to the jurisdiction of
the Commission.

"Company's Transmission System" means facilities operated by the Company for the purpose of
transmitting Power within the Company's electric service territory which are subject to the jurisdiction of
the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

_Customer" means, for purposes of Experimental Retail Access Service, an entity with electrical Load
facilities connected to the Company's Distribution System that purchases or receives Power from a
Retailer or Marketer and which power is delivered to its Location(s) pursuant to this tariff. All retail
Customers, regardless of the voltage level of the service, are considered to be connected to the
Company's Distribution System.

"Distribution Contract Capacity" means the Load carrying capacity in kilowatts of the Company's
Distribution System necessary to meet a Customer's maximum Load requirements at a particular Location
served under this tariff.

"Distribution Point of Delivery" means the point of interconnection between the Company's Distribution
System and the Customer's service Location.

"Distribution Point of Receipt" means the point of interconnection between the Company's Transmission
and Distribution Systems.

UEconomic Development" means new loads that are served as part of an a y

within the state that promote Michigan's business climate. ,_t._._tt,,_._n


_ _ _...
ULoad" means electric demand measured in kilowatts (kW). @_@_._

"Location" means each Customer facility whether owned or leased. _{_

"Marketer" means an entity that: _,=_tl; _._-_-__ "-


(i) generates, brokers, markets or otherwise procures Powe rlt t o_1__ Co m p ,any
• at
the Transmission Point of Receipt, obtains transmission services as the designated ag'ent of
the Customer, and with whom a Customer or a Customer's Retailer has arranged for the
receipt of Power,

(ii) satisfies all applicable franchise, statutory and regulatory requirements of Michigan and
Federal law.

Issued: March 22, 1999 Effective for service rendered on


By: L.G. Garberding /r_ -4__ and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President I_ Mrlu 9. q lcJnn _ authority of order of the Michigan

I. 2000 Second Avenue No. U-10840 dated March 8, 1999


Detroit, Michigan48226

I and Chief FinancialOfficer _ Public Service Commissionin Case


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THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. ECla
M.P.S.C. No. 9

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

"Open Access Transmission Tariff (OA TT)" means the Company's pro forma Open Access
Transmission Tariff on file with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, as amended from time
to time.

"Power" means a combination of the electric demand and energy requirements of the Customer.

"Retailer" means an entity that:

(i) sells or procures power for a Customer. The Power sold or procured by the Retailer is
supplied to the Company for delivery to a Customer.

(ii) satisfies all applicable franchise, statutory and regulatory requirements of Michigan and
Federal law.

"Self-service" means a process by which a Customer will utilize excess capacity from its existing
generating capabilities at one geographic location in order to serve its own facilities at another
geographic location.

"Transmission Point of Delivery" means the point of interconnection between the Company's Transmission
and Distribution Systems.

"Transmission Point of Receipt" means the point on the Company's Transmission System where
Power is received by the Company for delivery to the Transmission Point of Delivery.

2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

2.1 This Experimental Retail Access Service Tariff sets forth the rates, charges, terms and
conditions of service for the delivery of Power procured by a Customer from a source other than
the Company.

2.2 Power received by the Company from a Marketer or from the Customer's Self-service
generation shall be transmitted across the Company's Transmission System to the Company's
Distribution System in accordance with the rates, terms and conditions of service of the Company's
..... 0 _en_Access Transmission Tariff. i '

2]3 I A Customer's eligibility to take Experimental Service u_d_D_s tariff is subject to thl= full
siti=lfaction of any terms or conditions imposed by preexi_tiE_-contracts Or tariffs w'itll the

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Ipany. Customersor must
provisions
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satisfied ta_,,_r-_,v,u_ur,
past due amour{ts owed__tot.be d_,
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l:ar,tt.undellany
j Ikl).12 agreements between the Customer and the Company _vill remain in effect during sel"vice
_j_I before _,t:.[_J_¼13V£UJ_T_I
(_NCELLED BY
_ u Id r /DATE_
_ 4 A Customer will specify only one Retailer and/or one Marketer at any given time for the
_ Ip ly of Power to each separately metered Load. Separately metered Loads at a single Location

'_' i ! alt_ Iisarethis


at tthe
is done,ariff
same service
the combined
voltage may be combined for the purpose of integrating the demands.
Load can only be served by a single Retailer and/or Marketer.

Issued: March 22, 1999 Effective for service rendered on


By: L.G. Garberding and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-10840 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EClb
M.P.S.C. No. 9

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

2.5 If a Retailer or Marketer fails to pay amounts due the Company or otherwise fails to perform
obligations undertaken in connection with service to a Customer, the Company will give the Customer
notice of the Retailer's or Marketer's default. The Customer acknowledges that Experimental Retail
Access Service may be terminated if the Customer, its Retailer, or its Marketer fails to pay amounts due
the Company or otherwise fails to comply with the provisions of this tariff or agreements with the
Company. Unless the Customer, Retailer or Marketer cures the default with the Company or the Customer
changes its Retailer or Marketer in accordance with Company rules, the Customer may be transferred to
service under the Company's full requirements tariffs subject to the provisions of Section 5.1.

2.6 Experimental Retail Access Service is not available to Customers for Lighting service utilizing
Company-owned equipment.

2.7 The responsibilities of Retailers, Marketers or Customers may be undertaken or performed by one
or more entities, provided the qualification requirements for each such function set forth in this tariff are
met.

3. CHARACTER OF SERVICE

3.1 For Customers taking service under this tariff, the Company will furnish three-phase alternating
current service at a nominal frequency of 60 hertz. The distribution service provided under this tariff shall
be firm. In the event that distribution service must be curtailed in order to maintain safe and reliable
operation of the Company's system, Customers taking service under this tariff will be treated comparably
with the Company's firm service full requirements customers. Therefore, whenever it may be possible to
do so, any curtailments of service shall be treated proportionally between Customers taking service under
this tariff, the Company's full requirements customers, and other customers that may be taking firm
service from the Company. To the extent possible, the Company will notify Customers in a timely manner
of any scheduled or anticipated service curtailments. When the Company determines that an electrical
emergency exists on its system and implements emergency procedures to curtail firm service, the
Customer shall make the required reductions upon request of the Company. However, the Company
reserves the right to curtail, in whole or in part, firm service under this tariff when an emergency or other
unforeseen condition impairs or degrades the reliability of its system.

4. AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE

4.1 This tariff is available for the delivery of Power procured by the Customer from a source other
than the Company. Service will only be provided at 24,000 Volts or higher.

4.2 The nominal amount of capacity available under this tariff is 90,000 kilowatts. To be eligible for
service under this tariff, the applicant for service must have a minimum site demand of 2,000 kilowatts.

4.3 Allocation of available capacity shall be according to the following priority: (1) Self-service, (2)
Economic Development, and (3) all others.

4.4 A Customer shall contract for a specified capacity of not _ess_iTalT-27000 Kiiowatts sd_I'f_ient to
meet the Customer's maximum demand under this tariff. | _ANCELLEDBY
' _3RDER,, I_-']--/_ _D _3 ,

M/162 &EI_OVEI)BY _-J/_----,_ ,

Issued: March 22, 1999 /q'J O,_\ Effectiv " )n

By: L.G. Garberding /_ _'_ and after March 8, 1999 under


Executive Vice President -_ co_ authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer N0V 2 £ 1999 Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue ___ _(b/ No. U-10840 dated March 8. 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EClc
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EClc
(Changes made to clarify 6-month notice period as authorized by Order U-10840 dated August 4, 2000)

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

5. TERM AND COMMENCEMENT OF SERVICE

5.1 Customers may take service under this tariff until June 30, 2004 or as may be extended by the
Commission. Lf the Customer desires to transfer to a different rate or tariff before June 30, 2004, the
Customer must give 6 months notice prior to taking service under any rate or tariff for which it qualifies.
However, the Customer may transfer within the notice period provided that for the balance of the 6-
month period the Customer's Load involved in such change will be served from incremental generation or
power supply resources beyond those required to serve other retail Customers. Instead of assessing the
Customer for power supply charges under the Company's power supply cost recovery clause, the
incremental power supply costs will be assigned to the Customer in addition to the other charges provided
by the tariff to which the Customer transfers. During the 6-month notice periodr Customers transferring to
a different rate or tariff may also be subject to interruption to maintain system integrity.

5.2 Experimental Retail Access Service may not commence until metering has been installed as
specified in the tariff and the Company has received an executed Transmission Service Agreement and
other agreements as specified in Section 7.

5.3 Either the Customer, the Customer's Marketer or the Customer's Retailer must i) have a valid
Certificate of Convenience and Necessity issued by the Commission, and ii) have a valid franchise
authorizing the Customer, Retailer or Marketer to conduct business in each community in which Power is
to be delivered. All participating entities must comply with all franchise, statutory and regulatory
requirements of state and federal law and must enter into agreements satisfactory to the Company for the
provision and exchange of Customer information associated with ser_it._ -u,,-deT-dlts--Ea-dffT
_ANCELLE1)BY

6. RATES AND CHARGES ORDER (._[-_ _ O _ _

Description of Charges _EMOVED_f _ _---'_>

6.1 Service Charge: The Service Charge shall apply to each Loc,___erved under this tariff. '

6.2 System Use Charge: The System Use Charge shall be the pro-__plicable rate and the
Customer's maximum demand, at each voltage level, for each Location. The maximum demand shall be
the highest 30-minute integrated kW demand created during the previous 12 billing months at each
voltage level (whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit Edison retail tariff or
contract), including the current month but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract Capacity.

6.3 Distribution Contract Capacity: Customers shall contract for an amount of capacity sufficient to
meet the maximum requirements of the Load connected to the Company's Distribution System at the
Customer's Location. Customers not having previously established service requirements shall contract
with the Company for a specified Distribution Contract Capacity in a kilowatt amount sufficient to meet
maximum requirements for each Location. Customers having previously established contract capacities
prior to transferring from bundled, full requirements service to Experimental Retail Access Service shall
have their Distribution Contract Capacity set at their existing contract capacity for each Location at each
voltage level. The Company will provide the necessary facilities to deliver Power from its distribution
system at the Distribution Contract Capacity. Subject to the provisions of the Company's Rules, any
incremental cost incurred by the Company to provide the necessary facilities to meet the Customer's
increased demand for distribution services over the Distribution Contract Capacity existing when service

commences under this tariff shall be thee Customer.

Issued: August 31, 2000 ic_- _\"_ Effective for service rendered on
By: L.G. Garberding t,_ co =

and Chief Financial Officer Public Service Commission in Case


2000 Second Avenue No. U-10840 dated August 4, 2000
Detroit, Michigan 48226
Executive Vice President _S EP authority of order of the Michigan
• /_" ___, and after August 4, 2000 under
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EClc
M.P.S.C. No. 9

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

5. TERM AND COMMENCEMENT OF SERVICE

5.1 Customers may take service under this tariff until June 30, 2004 or as may be extended by the
Commission. However, if the Customer desires to transfer to a different rate or tariff before June 30,
2004, the Customer may take service under any rate or tariff for which it qualifies. However, the
Customer's Load involved in such change will be served from incremental generation or power supply
resources beyond those required to serve other retail Customers. Instead of assessing the Customer for
power supply charges under the Company's power supply cost recovery clause, the incremental power
supply costs will be assigned to the Customer in addition to the other charges provided by the tariff to
which the Customer transfers. Customers transferring to a different rate or tariff may also be subject to
interruption to maintain system integrity.

5.2 Experimental Retail Access Service may not commence until metering has been installed as
specified in the tariff and the Company has received an executed Transmission Service Agreement and
other agreements as specified in Section 7.

5.3 Either the Customer, the Customer's Marketer or the Customer's Retailer must i) have a valid
Certificate of Convenience and Necessity issued by the Commission, and ii) have a valid franchise
authorizing the Customer, Retailer or Marketer to conduct business in each community in which Power is
to be delivered. All participating entities must comply with all franchise, statutory and regulatory
requirements of state and federal law and must enter into agreements satisfactory to the Company for the
provision and exchange of Customer information associated with service under this tariff.

6. RATES AND CHARGES /_


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Description of Charges ,/ ... _U._ O, 20t00_ /

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pplic able rate and _hJ
Customer's maximum demand, at each voltage level, for each Location. The maximum demand shall-be I
the highest 30-minute integrated kW demand created during the previous 12 billing months at each
voltage level (whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit Edison retail tariff or
contract), including the current month but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract Capacity.

6.3 Distribution Contract Capacity: Customers shall contract for an amount of capacity sufficient to
meet the maximum requirements of the Load connected to the Company's Distribution System at the
Customer's Location. Customers not having previously established service requirements shall contract
with the Company for a specified Distribution Contract Capacity in a kilowatt amount sufficient to meet
maximum requirements for each Location. Customers having previously established contract capacities
prior to transferring from bundled, full requirements service to Experimental Retail Access Service shall
have their Distribution Contract Capacity set at their existing contract capacity for each Location at each
voltage level. The Company will provide the necessary facilities to deliver Power from its distribution
system at the Distribution Contract Capacity. Subject to the provisions of the Company's Rules, any
incremental cost incurred by the Company to provide the necessary facilities to meet the Customer's
increased demand for distribution services over the Distribution Contract Capacity existing when service
commences under this tariff shall be the responsibility of the Customer.

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Issued: March 22. 1999 ,=_%A_'_"


_ _LI:::O "<_'--_,\ Effective for service rendered on
By: L.G. Garberding /t_-
_ _-_\ and after March 8. 1999 under
Executive Vice President NOV 2 9 1999
and Chief Financial Officer /___ _1
F%I Public Service
authority Commission
of order in Case
of the Michigan
2000 Second Avenue ,_ \-,_ _/ No. U-10840 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Third Revised Sheet No. ECld
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Second Sheet No. ECld
(To reflect the removal of the equalization adjustment)

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

Once established, the Distribution ContraCt Capacity shall not decrease during the contract term unless there is
a specific permanent reduction in connected Load. Any single 30-minute integrated reading of the demand
meter in any month that exceeds the Distribution Contract Capacity then in effect shall become the new
Distribution Contract Capacity.

6.3.1 Initial Contract Capacity: Initial Contract Capacity is that value used to determine the level of
•participation in this Experimental Retail Access Service offer• For existing Locations or existing separately
metered Loads, that amount will be equal to the Customer's previously established contract capacity pdor to
transferring from full requirements service to this Experimental Retail Access Service. For new Customer
Locations or for newly metered Load, this value will be estimated.

6.4 Substation Charge: The Substation Charge shall apply to Customers who are provided service
through transformation equipment and appurtenances related to voltage transformation owned by the
Company• The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customer's Distribution
Contract Capacity•

6.5 Nuclear Decommissioning Charge: This charge provides for the cost of decommissioning the Fermi
2 Nuclear Power Plant when its operating license expires.

6.6 Securitization Bond Charge: This charge represents the payment of principal and interest
associated with the issuance of securitization bonds as well as recovery of certain servicing and administrative
costs. The issuance of the bonds and this charge was authorized by the MPSC in Case U-12478 and allows for
the recovery of qualified costs in accordance with the Electric Choice and Electric Reliability Act of 2000.

6.7 Securitization Bond Tax Charge: This charge represents the recovery of the income tax liability
incurred by the Company arising from its collection of the
i'
Securitization Bond principal payments.

6.8 Transition Charge: This charge represents the difference between the sum of the previously
authorized charges (SFAS 106 Charge, SFAS 109 Charge and Fermi 2 Charge) and the sum of the
Securitization Bond and Securitization Bond Tax Charges, the effect being that the sum of the Securitization
Bond Charge, the Securitization Bond Tax Charge and the Transition Charge is equal to the sum of SFAS 106
Charge the SFAS 109 Charge and the Fermi 2 Charge.

6....99 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand Charge: The Company maintains distribution system
design standards based upon normal operating efficiency levels. Excessive deviations from Power Factor
design limits shall be subject to penalty and, if the Customer's power factor is less than 70%, shall require the
Customer to take corrective action.

6.10 Special Purpose Facilities and Services: Special purpose facilities and services requested by the
Customer may be provided by the Company under separate agreement.

M/164 %:_"EF_ _

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PUBLIC i _"
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Issued: March 19, 2004
By: M.E. Champley
I
t
APR 7 2004- Effectivefor bills rendered on
and after February 21, 2004 under
Senior Vice President '1 authority of order of the Michigan
2000 Second Avenue ---/?-/.,,_ Public Service Commission in Case
Detroit, Michigan 48226 PI[EL._ _J/_D No. U-13808 dated February 20, 2004.
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Second Revised Sheet No. ECld
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels First Sheet No. ECtd
(To reflect the addition of the equalization ad_ustment_

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

Once established, the Distribution Contract Capacity shall not decrease during the contract term unless
there is a specific permanent reduction in connected Load. Any single 30-minute integrated reading of the
demand meter in any month that exceeds the Distribution Contract Capacity then in effect shall become
the new Distribution Contract Capacity.

6.3.1 Initial Contract Capacity: Initial Contract Capacity is that value used to determine the level of
participation in this Experimental Retail Access Service offer. For existing Locations or existing separately
metered Loads, that amount will be equal to the Customer's previously established contract capacity prior
to transferring from full requirements service to this Experimental Retail Access Service. For new
Customer Locations or for newly metered Load, this value will be estimated.

6.4 Substation Charge: The Substation Charge shall apply to Customers who are provided service
through transformation equipment and appurtenances related to voltage transformation owned by the
Company. The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customer's
Distribution Contract Capacity.

6.5 Nuclear Decommissioning Charge: This charge provides for the cost of decommissioning the
Fermi 2 Nuclear Power Plant when its operating license expires.

6.6 Securitization Bond Charge: This charge represents the payment of principal and interest
associated with the issuance of securitization bonds as well as recovery of certain servicing and
administrative costs. The issuance of the bonds and this charge was authorized by the MPSC in Case U-
12478 and allows for the recovery of qualified costs in accordance with the Electric Choice and Electric
Reliability Act of 2000.

6.7 Securitization Bond Tax Charge: This charge represents the recovery of the income tax liability
incurred by the Company arising from its collection of the Securitization Bond principal payments.

6.8 Transition Charge: This charge represents the difference between the sum of the
previously authorized charges (SFAS 106 Charge, SFAS 109 Charge and Fermi 2 Charge) and the sum of
the Securitization Bond and Securitization Bond Tax Charges, the effect being that the sum of the
Securitization Bond Charge, the Securitization Bond Tax Charge and the Transition Charge is equal to the
sum of SFAS 106 Charge the SFAS 109 Charge and the Fermi 2 Charge.

6.9 _..ualization Adiustm_nt: ThL_credit w_._ mJthorized hy the Cnmmission in C_se No. U-13534.

6.10 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand Charge: The Company maintains distribution system
design standards based upon normal operating efficiency levels. Excessive deviations from Power Factor
design limits shall be subject to penalty and, if the Customer's power factor is less than 70%, shall
require the Customer to take corrective action.

6.11 Special Purpose Facilities and Services: Special purpose faciliti __d=by='H_
Customer may be provided by the Company under separate agreement. CANCELLED
BY
ORDER _--13_-0_

./
REMOVEDBY__ --. , ..... ii

M.L.164

Issued: December 1, 2003 Effective for bills rendered on


By: M.E. Champley DEC 1 5 2003 and after November4, 2003 under
SeniorVice President authority of order of the Michigan
2000 Second Avenue Public Service Commission in Case
Detroit, Michigan 48226 _ ] _/ _ No. U-13534 dated November4, 2003.
FItI:E'.
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. ECld
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Or_qinal Sheet No. ECld
(To reflect introduction of securitization charqes.

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

Once established, the Distribution Contract Capacity shall not decrease during the contract term unless
there is a specific permanent reduction in connected Load. Any single 30-minute integrated reading of the
demand meter in any month that exceeds the Distribution Contract Capacity then in effect shall become
the new Distribution Contract Capacity.

6.3.1 Initial Contract Capacity: Initial Contract Capacity is that value used to determine the level of
participation in this Experimental Retail Access Service offer. For existing Locations or existing separately
metered Loads, that amount will be equal to the Customer's previously established contract capacity prior
to transferring from full requirements service to this Experimental Retail Access Service. For new
Customer Locations or for newly metered Load, this value will be estimated.

6.4 Substation Charge: The Substation Charge shall apply to Customers who are provided service
through transformation equipment and appurtenances related to voltage transformation owned by the
Company. The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customer's
Distribution Contract Capacity.

6.5 Nuclear Decommissioning Charge: This charge provides for the cost of decommissioning the Fermi
2 Nuclear Power Plant when its operating license expires.

6.6 Securitization Bond Charge: This charge represents the payment of principal and interest
associated with the issuance of securitization bonds as well as recovery of certain servicing and
administrative costs. The issuance of the bonds and this charge was authorized by the MPSC in Case U-
12478 and allows for the recovery of qualified costs in accordance with the Electric Choice and Electric
Reliability Act of 2000.

6. 7 Securitization Bond Tax Charge: This charge represents the recovery of the income tax liability
incurred by the Company arising from its collection of the Securitization Bond principal payments.

6.8 Transition Charge: This charqe represents the difference between the sum of the
previously authorized charges (SFAS 106 Charge, SFAS 109 Charge and Fermi 2 Charqe) and the sum of
the Securitization Bond and Securitization Bond Tax Charqes, the effect beinq that the sum of the
Securitizab'on Bond Charge. the Securitization Bond Tax Charge and the Transition Charge is equal to the
sum of SFAS 106 Charge the SFAS 109 Charge and the Fermi 2 Charge.

6.9 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand Charge: The Company maintains distribution system
design standards based upon normal operating efficiency levels. Excessive deviations from Power Factor
design limits shall be subject to penalty and, if the Customer's power factor is less than 70%, shall
require the Customer to take corrective action.

6.10 Special Purpose Facilities and Services: Special purpose facilities and services requested b, the
Customer may be provided by the Company under separate agreem
CANCELLEDBY
U-
ORDER_ / -
REMOVE_ BY_ 'JJ_ -

Issued: March 16, 2001 [_. -_._ Effective for bills rendered on
By: L.G. Garberding [5" "_._\ and after March
' 26, 2001 under
Executive Vice President !-_ MAI_ 2 9 _nni _1 authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financi__ ,,,r_,, _ ,i LUUI _._j Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue \9 _-_/ No. U-12478 dated November2, 2000.
Detroit, Michigan 48226 __/
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. ECld
M.P.S.C. No. 9

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

Once established, the Distribution Contract Capacity shall not decrease during the contract term unless
there is a specific permanent reduction in connected Load. Any single 30-minute integrated reading of the
demand meter in any month that exceeds the Distribution Contract Capacity then in effect shall become
the new Distribution Contract Capacity.

6.3.1 Initial Contract Capacity: Initial Contract Capacity is that value used to determine the level of
participation in this Experimental Retail Access Service offer. For existing Locations or existing separately
metered Loads, that amount will be equal to the Customer's previously established contract capacity prior
to transferring from full requirements service to this Experimental Retail Access Service. For new
Customer Locations or for newly metered Load, this value will be estimated.

6.4 Substation Charge: The Substation Charge shall apply to Customers who are provided service
through transformation equipment and appurtenances related to voltage transformation owned by the
Company. The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customer's
Distribution Contract Capacity.

6.5 Nuclear Decommissioning Charge: This charge provides for the cost of decommissioning the
Fermi 2 Nuclear Power Plant when its operating license expires.

6.6 SFASl06 Charge: This charge represents the amortization of a transition cost due to changing
the method of accounting for employee post-retirement benefits. The obligation to pay future benefits has
already accrued as part of the compensation package of Company employees for past services.

6.7 SFAS 109 Charge: This charge represents a transition cost due to a timing difference in the
recognition of tax benefits.

6.8 Fermi 2 Charge: In a December, 1998 order, the Commission authorized a revenue requirement
reduction and an accelerated amortization of Fermi 2. The Fermi 2 Charge presented in this rate schedule
reflects the net effect of the revenue requirement reduction on the Fermi 2 Charge previously authorized
by the Commission in its order dated April 14, 1998 in Case No. U-10840.

6.9 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand Charge: The Company maintains distribution system
design standards based upon normal operating efficiency levels. Excessive deviations from Power Factor
design limits shall be subject to penalty and, if the Customer's power factor is less than 70%, shall
require the Customer to take corrective action.

6.10 Special Purpose Facilities and Services: Special purpose facilities and services requested by the
Customer may be provided by the Company under separate agreement.

INCASE
NO,u:fa
NOV0 2 2000

_/164 _EMF)VFnBy _ i

Issued: March 22, 1999 /__% _"_1 Effective for service rendere_d_n
By: L.G. Garberding /_,_ _ and after March 8, 1999 under
and Chief Financial Officer
Executive Vice President
0V 2 9 199 Public Service Commission in Case
authority of order of the Michigan
2000 Second Avenue \_, ___/ No. U-10840 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Seventh Revised Sheet No. ECle
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Sixth Revised Sheet No. ECle
(To reflect revised securitization bond charges, revised transition char.qe and removal of the Equalization
Adjustment)

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

Application of Charges

6.11 Minimum Charge: The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of the
Service Charge, the System Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

6.12 Distribution Service: Customers receiving Experimental Retail Access Service shall pay the
Company a rate computed as the sum of the following charges:

24 or 41.6kV 120kV and above

Service Charge $450 $450


(S/month*)

System Use Charge $0.57 $0.24


($/kW/month*)

SubstationCharge $0.36 $1.18


($/kW/month*)

Nuclear Decommissioning 0.06985¢ 0.06985¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Securitization Bond 0.37400¢ 0.37400¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Secudtization Bond Tax 0.09900¢ , 0.09900¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Transition Charge (C/kWh) 0.40000¢ 0.40000¢

*Month refers to a billing month, usually 28-34 days• Bills representing longer or shorter periods
would be pro-rated,

6.13 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand: Power factors of less than 70% are not permitted and
necessary corrective equipment must be installed by the Customer to correct to a minimum level of 70%.
Power factor and excess kVAR demand charges will be calculated at each Customer Location at the time of
the Location's single highest 30-minute integrated kW reading of the demand meter during the on-peak hours
of the billing period (those hours being from 7am until 11pm consistent with the Company's Open Access
Transmission Tariff). Excess kVAR demand is any kVAR demand resulting from operations below 85% power
factor. A monthly charge of $3.50/kVAR will be applied to excess kVAR demand.

I
M/165 ,?,E
_viO
v'£1_'Bf ....... 1

_4tCHIG
_.,=_
PUBLIC t
} ........ . ,__.,-=.4_ -

Issued: March 19, 2004 APR 7 200/_ i Effective for bills rendered on

By: M.E.
Senior Champley
Vice President __ J and after of
authority March
order1,
of2004 under
the Michigan
2000 Second
Detroit, Avenue
Michigan 48226 FitF5_ (. / ,_._._) Public Servicedated
No. U.12478 Commission
Februaryin 20,
Case2004.
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Sixth Revised Sheet No. ECle
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. ECle
(To reflect the addition of the equalization adiustment)

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

Application of Charges

6.12 Minimum Charge: The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of the
Service Charge, the System Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

6.13 Distribution Service: Customers receiving Experimental Retail Access Service shall pay the
Company a rate computed as the sum of the following charges:

24 or 41.6kV 120kV and above

Service Charge $450 $450


(S/month*)

System Use Charge $0.57 $0.24


($/kW/month*)

Substation Charge $0.36 $1.18


($/kW/month*)

Nuclear Decommissioning 0.06985¢ 0.06985¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Securitization Bond 0.33600¢ 0.33600¢ CANCELLED


BY___,_
Charge (C/kWh) ORDER LL -_,__¢ _ _"/
securitization Bond Tax 0.08800¢ 0. 08800¢
Charge (C/kWh) REMOVEDBY W//_.

Transition Charge (C/kWh) 0.01577¢ 0.01577¢ I DATE H_ 7-C)_/


Equalization Adjustment (0.28000¢) (0.28000¢)1.
(¢/kWh)

*Month refers to a billing month, usually 28-34 days. Bills representing longer or shorter periods
would be pro-rated.

6.14 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand: Power factors of less than 70% are not permitted and
necessary corrective equipment must be installed by the Customer to correct to a minimum level of 70%.
Power factor and excess kVAR demand charges will be calculated at each Customer Location at the time of
the Location's single highest 30-minute integrated kW reading of the demand meter during the on-peak hours
of the billing period (those hours being from 7am until 11pro consistent with the Company's Open Access
Transmission Tariff). Excess kVAR demand is any kVAR demand resulting from operations below 85% power
factor. A monthly charge of $3.50/kVAR will be applied to excess kVAR demand.

M/165

S[P,v_c[co?,u4=SSION

Issued:
By: M.E.December
Champley1, 2003 ,, DEC 1 5 2003 Effective
and after for bills rendered
November onunder
4, 2003
Senior Vice President t I authority of order of the Michigan
2000 Second
Detroit, Avenue
Michigan 48226 Fit [-[ - _,=./#i
/#'#_._{.7
#" Public
No. Servicedated
U-13534 Commission in Case
November 4, 2003.
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Fifth Revised Sheet No. ECle
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. ECle
(To reflect a chanqe of securitization charqes and correspondin.q change of transition charqes)

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

Application of Charges

6.11 Minimum Charge: The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of the
Service Charge, the System Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

6.12 Distdbution Service: Customers receiving Experimental Retail Access Service shall pay the
Company a rate computed as the sum of the following charges:

24 or 41.6kV 120kV and above

Service Charge $450 $450


(S/month*)

System Use Charge $0.57 $0.24


($/kW/month*)

Substation Charge $0.36 $1.1 8


($/kW/month*)

Nuclear Decommissioning 0.06985¢ 0.06985¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Securitization Bond 0.33600¢ 0.33600¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Securitization Bond Tax 0.08800¢ O. 08800¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Transition Charge (C/kWh) 0.01577¢ 0.01577¢

*Month refers to a billing month, usually 28-34 days. Bills representing longer or shorter
periods would be pro-rated.

6.13 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand: Power factors of less than 70% are not permitted and
necessary corrective equipment must be installed by the Customer to correct to a minimum level of 70%.
Power factor and excess kVAR demand charges will be calculated at each Customer Location at the time
of the Location's single highest 30-minute integrated kW reading of the demand meter during the on-peak
hours of the billing period (those hours being from 7am until 11pro consistent with the Company's Open
Access Transmission Tariff). Excess kVAR demand is any kVAR demand r_lllfinn_ frnm .... _-.....
._u=_.s below
85% power factor. A monthly charge of $3.50/kVARwill be api,lied to excess.kVAR demand.
CANCELLEDBY
ORDER /._--I,"_._" _" -

. REMOVEDBY_
M/165
: (2,-J5-O2.%
SERVICE
COi_MISSION -
Issued: March 1, 2003 r- - - Effective for bills rendered on
By: M. E. Champlev | and after March 1, 2003 under

2000 Second Avenue MAR 1 9 2003 Public Service Commission in Case


Detroit, Michigan 48226 No. U-12478 dated February 5T2003.
Senior Vice President l authority of order of the Michigan

'f FILED
_ ,_CL'_
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Fourth Revised Sheet No. ECle
:t M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. ECle
(To reflect change in securitization charges and corresponding reduction of transition charges)

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER- continued

Application of Charges

6.11 Minimum Charge: The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of the
Service Charge, the System Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

6.12 Distribution Service: Customers receiving Experimental Retail Access Service shall pay the
Company a rate computed as the sum of the following charges:

24 or 41.6kV 120kV and above

Service Charge $450 $450


(S/month*)
;t
System Use Charge $0.57 $0.24
($/kW/month*)

Substation Charge $0.36 $1.18


($/kW/month*)

Nuclear Decommissioning 0.06985¢ 0.06985¢ ___ --


Charge (C/kWh) CANCELLEDBY i
Securitization Bond 0.39200¢ O. 39200¢ ORDER _J"L'_'I_'__ _" 1
Charge (C/kWh) I
.EM0V
BY_V-IS ,
TaXcharge
Securitization
(C/kWh)
Bond 0.09700¢ 0.09700¢ il DA_ I
Transition Charge (C/kWh) (0.04923¢) (0.04923¢) _ .......................... -=_

*Month refers to a billing month, usually 28-34 days. Bills representing longer or shorter periods
;# would be pro-rated.

6.13 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand: Power factors of less than 70% are not permitted and
necessary corrective equipment must be installed by the Customer to correct to a minimum level of 70%.
Power factor and excess kVAR demand charges will be calculated at each Customer Location at the time
of the Location's single highest 30-minute integrated EW reading of the demand meter during the on-peak
hours of the billing period (those hours being from 7am until 1 lpm consistent with the Company's Open
Access Transmission Tariff). Excess kVAR demand is any kVAR demand resulting from operations below
85% power factor. A monthly charge of $3.50/kVAR will be applied to excess EVAR demand.

M/165

Issued: March 1, 2002 I..4" t ,.__:_) \_-. \ Effective for bills rendered on
;! By: H. L. Dow III i,_ C_ and after March 1, 2002 under

Strategic Planning and Development _ Public Service Commission in Case


2000 Second Avenue ___._ 02 No. U-12478 dated February 6, 2002.
Senior Vice President /F_" _
,<_'.,,'1, ,3Z0 ;_1 auth°rity °f °rder Ofthe Michigan
Detroit. Michigan 48226 _"
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Third Revised Sheet No. ECIe
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. ECle
(To reflect change in securitization charges and corresponding reduction of transition charge:)

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

Application of Charges

6.11 Minimum Charge: The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of the
Service Charge, the System Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

6.12 Distribution Service: Customers receiving Experimental Retail Access Service shall pay the
Company a rate computed as the sum of the following charges:

24 or 41.6kV 120kV and above

Service Charge $450 $450


(S/month*)

System Use Charge $0.57 $0.24


($/kW/month*)

Substation Charge $0.36 $1.18


($/kW/month*)

Nuclear Decommissioning 0.06985¢ 0.06985¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Securitization Bond 0.41000¢ O.41000¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Securitization Bond Tax O.06000¢ O.06000¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Transition Charge (C/kWh) (0.03023¢) (0.03023¢)

*Month refers to a billing month, usually 28-34 days. Bills representing longer or shorter periods
would be pro-rated.

6.13 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand: Power factors of less than 70% are not permitted and
necessary corrective equipment must be installed by the Customer to correct to a minimum level of 70%.
Power factor and excess kVAR demand charges will be calculated at each Customer Location at the time
of the Location's single highest 30-minute integrated kW reading of the demand meter during the on-peak
hours of the billing period (those hours being from 7am until 1 lpm consistent with the Company's Open
Access Transmission Tariff). Excess kVAR demand is any kVAR demand resulting from operations below
85% power factor. A monthly charge of $3.50/kVAR will be applied to excess kVAR demand.

FEB 0 6 2002
M/165

Issued: August 24, 2001 r ILc,-_ :_ Effective fo__


By: L.G. Garberding _,-_-"" O&_ and after September 112001 un_r
Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second
Executive
Detroit, ViceAvenue
President
Michigan 48226 (_.
_. SEP _)
0 4 2001 _, authority of order
No. U-12478 datedof November
the MichigarV
2, 2000.
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Second Revised Sheet No. ECle
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels First Revised Sheet No. ECle
(To reflect introduction of securitization charqes.

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

Application of Charges

6.11 Minimum Charge: The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of the
Service Charge, the System Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

6.12 Distribution Service: Customers receiving Experimental Retail Access Service shall pay the
Company a rate computed as the sum of the following charges:

24 or 41.6kV 120kV and above

Service Charge $450 $450


(S/month*)

System Use Charge $0.57 $0.24


($/kW/month*)

Substation Charge $0.36 $1.18


($/kW/month*)

Nuclear Decommissioning 0.06985¢ 0.06985¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Securitization Bond 0.32000¢ 0.32000¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Securitization Bond Tax O.05000¢ O.05000¢


Charge (C/kWh)

Transition Charge (C/kWh) 0.06977¢ 0.06977¢

*Month refers to a billing month, usually 28-34 days. Bills representing longer or shorter periods
would be pro-rated.

6.13 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand: Power factors of less than 70% are not permitted and
necessary corrective equipment must be installed by the Customer to correct to a minimum level of 70%.
Power factor and excess kVAR demand charges will be calculated at each Customer Location at the time
of the Location's single highest 30-minute integrated kW reading of the demand meter during the on-peak
hours of the billing period (those hours being from 7am until 1 lpm consistent with the Company's Open
Access Transmission Tariff). Excess kVAR demand is any kVAR demand resulting from operations below
85% power factor. A monthly charge of $3.50/kVAR will be applied to excess kVAR demand.

CANCELLED BY U-
ORDER /
IN CASE NO.

By: L.G. Garberding I_AI_ 2 9 and after March 26_2001 under


[
Executive Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12478 dated November2_ 2000.

Detroit, Michigan 48226 _


__
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. ECle
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. ECle

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER- continued

Application of Charges

6.11 Minimum Charge: The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of the
Service Charge, the System Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

6.12 Distribution Service: Customers receiving Experimental Retail Access Service shall pay the
Company a rate computed as the sum of the following charges:

24 or 41,6kV 120kV and above

Service Charge $450 $450


(S/month*)

System Use Charge $0.57 $0.24


($/kW/month*)

Substation Charge $0.36 $1.18


($/kW/month*)

Nuclear Decommissioning 0.06985¢ 0.06985¢


Charge (C/kWh)

SFAS 106 (C/kWh) 0.08264¢ 0.08264¢

SFAS 109 (C/kWh) 0.13110¢ 0.13110¢

Fermi 2 (C/kWh) 0.22603¢ 0.22603¢

*Month refers to a billing month, usually 28-34 days. Bills representing longer or shorter periods
would be pro-rated.

6.13 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand: Power factors of less than 70% are not permitted and
necessary corrective equipment must be installed by the Customer to correct to a minimum level of 70%.
Power factor and excess kVAR demand charges will be calculated at each Customer Location at the time
of the Location's single highest 30-minute integrated kW reading of the demand meter during the on-peak
hours of the billing period (those hours being from 7am until 1 lpm consistent with the Company's Open
Access Transmission Tariff). Excess kVAR demand is any kVAR demand resulting from operations below
85% power factor. A monthly charge of $3.50/kVAR will be applied to excess kVAR demand.

CANCELLED BY ORDER
IN CASE NO. U-

NOV0 2 Z000

__._ M/165 REMOVEDBY


k.)

Issued: November 1, 1999 _ _ _--_" _O_Z_. Effective forservice rendered on


By: L.G. Garberding (_¢,c=.q __o_ and after January 1,2000 under
Executive
and Vice President
Chief Financial Officer 1____N0V _ 0 1999 _i authority
Public of order
Service of the Michigan
Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue \-_ _'_/ No. U-11726 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226 \ _----_'
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. ECle
M.P.S.C. No. 9

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

Application of Charges

6.11 Minimum Charge: The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of the
Service Charge, the System Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

6.12 Distribution Service: Customers receiving Experimental Retail Access Service shall pay the
Company a rate computed as the sum of the following charges:

24 or 41.6kV 120kV and above

Service Charge $450 $450


(S/month*)

System Use Charge $0.57 $0.24


($/kW/month*)

Substation Charge $0.36 $1.18


($/kW/month*)

Nuclear Decommissioning 0.06985 ¢ 0.06985 ¢


Charge (C/kWh)

SFAS 106 (C/kWh) 0.08264¢ 0.08264¢

SFAS 109 (C/kWh) 0.13110¢ 0.13110¢

Fermi 2 (C/kWh) 0.26172¢ 0.26172¢

*Month refers to a billing month, usually 28-34 days. Bills representing longer or shorter periods
would be pro-rated.

6.13 Power Factor and Excess kVAR Demand: Power factors of less than 70% are not permitted and
necessary corrective equipment must be installed by the Customer to correct to a minimum level of 70%.
Power factor and excess kVAR demand charges will be calculated at each Customer Location at the time
of the Location's single highest 30-minute integrated kW reading of the demand meter during the on-peak
hours of the billing period (those hours being from 7am until 1 lpm consistent with the Company's Open
Access Transmission Tariff). Excess kVAR demand is any kVAR demand resulting from operations below
85% power factor. A monthly charge of $3.50/kVAR will be applied to excess kVAR demand.

CANCELLED BY ORDE_
IN CASE NO. U-/[72._

MAR0 8 1999

M/165 REMOVEDBY =____.__

Issued: March 22, 1999 Effective for service rendered on


By: L.G. Garberding and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-10840 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EClf
M.P.S.C. No. 9

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

7. METERING, BILLING AND PAYMENT

7.1 Metering: Load served under this tariff shall be separately metered by meters capable of
measuring and recording kW demands and kVAR demands on a 30-minute integrated basis and measuring
energy on a kWh basis. Metering equipment for Customers taking Experimental Retail Access Service
shall be furnished, installed, read, maintained and owned by the Company. The Company requires access
to the Customer's telephone line for purposes of meter interrogation. If a Customer is not able to allow
sharing of the telephone line, the Customer shall obtain a separate telephone line for such purposes and
shall pay all charges in connection therewith. The Customer is responsible for assuring the performance of
the telephone line. If the telephone line used for metering is out of service, Detroit Edison will retrieve the •
data manually for a fee of $1 2.00/month (one reading). In the event that the telephone line service is out
for three consecutive months, the Customer's Experimental Retail Access Service may be terminated and
the Customer may be transferred to service under the Company's full requirement tariffs subject to the
provisions of Section 5.1.

7.2 Billing: The Company will bill the Customer for Experimental Retail Access Service as outlined in
Section 6.

7.3 Payment: The Customer shall pay the Company the amount billed on or before a due date which
shall be 21 days following the date of mailing of the bill. A late payment charge of 2%, not compounded,
of the unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be added to any bill which is delinquent as defined by
Commission Rules.

8. MARKETERS

8.1 Marketers desiring to supply Power to Customers directly or through Retailers under the terms of
this Experimental Retail Access Service Tariff must comply with all franchise, statutory and regulatory
requirements of state and federal law and must enter into agreements satisfactory to the Company for:

(i) the payment of Transmission Charges and other charges,

(ii) the provision and exchange of Customer information associated with service under this
tariff,

(iii) the supply, scheduling and receipt of Power to be received by the Company from the
Marketer for delivery to the Customer,

(iv) transmission service as Designated Agent of the Customer under the Company's Open
Access Transmission Tariff, which agency shall only be effective so long as the Marketer
is not in default of any obligation to the Company. _...............

/_/1,,_ .._ 66 _ _-'-'-'--


Issued: March 22, 1999 Effective for service rendered on
By: L.G. Garberding [q_- "4__ and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President I_ __ authority of order of the Michigan

2000 Second Avenue No. U-10840 dated March 8, 1999


Detroit, Michigan 48226

and Chief Financial Officer __ Public Service Commission in Case


THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EClg
M.P.S.C. No. 9

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER- continued

8.1.1 Real Power Losses (Distribution). A Marketer is responsible for replacing real power losses
associated with the delivery of Power to the Distribution Point of Delivery. The amount of Power
delivered by the Company on the Company's Distribution System to the Distribution Point of
Delivery shall be adjusted using the following Real Power Loss Factors for distribution service:

Service Voltage .1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter

24/41.6 kV 1.86% 2.09% 2.34% 1.90%

1 20 kV and above 0.55% 0.57% 0.57% 0.55%

These loss factors apply for typical meter configurations where the metering point is at the low voltage
side of the service transformer. If the metering point is at the high voltage side of the service transformer
then an agreement between the Company and the Customer may be reached to reduce these loss
factors.

Marketers must schedule and supply an amount of Power equal to the Customer's Load served x
[(1 + D%) x (1 + T%)] to account for losses on the Company's Transmission and Distribution
System, where T% is the applicable loss factor contained in the Company's Open Access
Transmission Tariff and D% is the applicable loss factor from the table above.

9. LIABILITY AND EXCLUSIONS

9.1 In no event will the Company or its suppliers be liable under any cause of action relating to
the subject matter of this tariff, whether based on contract, warranty, tort (including negligence),
strict liability, indemnity or otherwise for any incidental or consequential damages including, but not
limited to, loss of use, interest charges, inability to operate full capacity, lost profits or claims of
Customer's customers.

9.2 The Company's total liability to the Customer for all claims arising out of or related to
service provided under this tariff, whether based on contract, warranty, tort (including negligence),
strict liability, indemnity or otherwise shall not exceed the amount paid by the Customer to the
Company for the Location involved during the month in which the claim arose.

9.3 The Company will not be liable to a Customer for damages caused by interruption of
service, voltage or frequency variations, single phase supply to three phase lines, reversal of phase
rotation, or carrier-current frequencies imposed by the Company for system operations or
equipment control except such as result from the failure of the Company to exercise I reasA.o_able
care and skill in furnishing the service. The Customer should i_-/_Tt_ equipment if ch

occurrences might damage its apparatus. ! CANCELLED_t_0EL


_'_/'_ _•__ (_

,:E.ov
8Yo
t, q d)g
Issued: March 22, 1999 /_q,_"'_ _L_)" "_l_-ctive for service rent l=r,_'_
By: L.G. Garberding /__ ">_ a_arc'h 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President I_ _ authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer
2000 Second Avenue _
N0V 9 1999.=_q Public Service Commission in Case
No. U-10840 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EClh
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Or_qinal Sheet No. EClh
(Changes made to revise Item 10.5 and add Item 10.6 as authorized by Order U-10840 dated August 4t 2000)

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

10. OTHER PROVISIONS

10.1 All Points of Receipt for Power produced within the Company's retail service territory for
delivery to Customers within that territory shall be considered as points located on the Company's
Transmission System.

10.2 Customers, Retailers, or Marketers desiring to operate electric generation equipment


connected in parallel with the Company's system must comply with the Company's Protective
Relaying, Operating and Telemetering Guidelines for Independently Owned Generation and before
operating such equipment must obtain certification, in writing, from the Company that the
conditions outlined in the Guidelines have been met.

10.3 Customer equipment must be operated so that voltage flicker and harmonics on the
distribution system of the Company shall not exceed permissible limits established by the Company.
Failure to comply with this requirement may result in discontinuance of service to the Customer and
disconnection of Customer's Load from the Company's system.

10.4 The Company's Rules and Regulations as currently in effect are incorporated by reference
into this tariff to the extent applicable and, Rule C-2.2(2) notwithstanding, only to the extent not
inconsistent with the terms of this tariff.

10. 5 Priorities of curtailment during controlled Emergency Electrical Procedures are as follows:

Retail customers with normal supply from a Marketer are not sub/ect to curtailment as long
as Detroit Edison continues to have the ability to deliver that enerqy.

Retail customers under backup supply from Detroit Edison are sub/ect to curtailment after all
interruptible customers and before any firm bundled service customer.

Return-to-service customers during the six-month notification period are sub/ect to


curtailment after all interruptible customers and before any firm bundled service customer.

Return-to-service customers after the six-month notification period are sub/ect to


curtailment within the normal bundled service priorities.

Under all conditions, hospitals will be treated the same as other bundled service hospitals_
for purposes of implementing service curtailment programs_ even if served as an incremental
customer.

10.6 Customers may elect to obtain Standby Service from the Companyr under the terms and
conditions of the Company's Optional Open Access Backup Servic=e_riff._.-__-

Issued: August 31, 2000 %\ _oered on

Executive Vice President SEP2 1 ZOOO authority of order of the Michigan


and Chief Financial Officer Public Service Commission in Case
By: L.G. Garberding l_o
_ " _) and after August 4, 2OOOunder

2000Detroit,SecondMichiganAVenue48226
_\-_-______.__/ / No. U-10840 dated August 4, 2000
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EClh
M.P.S.C. No. 9

EXPERIMENTAL RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


FOR CUSTOMER-PROCURED POWER - continued

10. OTHER PROVISIONS

10.1 All Points of Receipt for Power produced within the Company's retail service territory for
delivery to Customers within that territory shall be considered as points located on the Company's
Transmission System.

10.2 Customers, Retailers, or Marketers desiring to operate electric generation equipment


connected in parallel with the Company's system must comply with the Company's Protective
Relaying, Operating and Telemetering Guidelines for Independently Owned Generation and before
operating such equipment must obtain certification, in writing, from the Company that the
conditions outlined in the Guidelines have been met.

10.3 Customer equipment must be operated so that voltage flicker and harmonics on the
distribution system of the Company shall not exceed permissible limits established by the Company.
Failure to comply with this requirement may result in discontinuance of service to the Customer and
disconnection of Customer's Load from the Company's system.

10.4 The Company's Rules and Regulations as currently in effect are incorporated by reference
into this tariff to the extent applicable and, Rule C-2.2(2) notwithstanding, only to the extent not
inconsistent with the terms of this tariff.

10.5 Customers may elect to obtain Standby Service from the Company under the terms and
conditions of the Company's Optional Open Access Backup Service Tariff.

-CANCELLED BY OR-_
iNCASE
NO
AU60 2000

_M/168\ _EMOVEDBY _ j
Issued: March 22, 1999 //_£'_v'_ _L_)'_'_'O_-_k Effective for service rendered on
By: L.G. Garberding /_-_" "_--_\ and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President /_ _ _uthority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer N0V2 9 1999 Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue __ No. U-10840 dated March 8, 1999

Detroit, Michigan 48226 _,___f


M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. EC2
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. EC2
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE RIDER


1. INTRODUCTION

This Rider is designed to express the terms and conditions associated with retail access service in the Detroit
Edison Electric Choice Program, as well as provide information regarding the roles of the various market
participants. This Rider includes the following sections :

Introduction and Definitions Sec. 1


Customers Sec. 2 - 10
Alternative Electric Suppliers Sec. 11 - 19
Load Profiling Sec. 20

• In the Detroit Edison Electric Choice Program, Detroit Edison will maintain a relationship and interact with at
least three separate participants: The Customer, the Alternative Electric Supplier and the Marketer. One
entity may be responsible for both the Alternative Electric Supplier and Marketer roles. Detroit Edison has
separately defined the retail and wholesale functions behind electric supply in a competitive environment.

1.1 Availability

Available for metered service in conjunction with Rate Schedule Nos. D1 through E5, inclusive, when the
customer wishes to take power supply service from an Alternative Electric Supplier. This Rider is not
available for unmetered service.

1.2 The Customer Role

The Customer is the end-user of Power at one or more locations in the State of Michigan who has facilities
connected to the Detroit Edison distribution system Under retail access service, the Customer will conduct
transactions with at least two entities - Detroit Edison and an Alternative Electric Supplier. The Customer is
responsible for choosing an Alternative Electric Supplier.

Detroit Edison’s principal requirement is that the Customer must already be connected to the Detroit Edison
Distribution System as a Full Service Customer or meet the requirements for new Customers connecting to the
Detroit Edison Distribution System. All Primary Customers and Secondary Customers with Customer Service
Capacities greater than 300 kW must execute Customer Distribution Agreements with Detroit Edison.

1.3 The Alternative Electric Supplier Role

An Alternative Electric Supplier is an entity that has obtained all the necessary legal approvals to sell retail
electricity in Michigan.

The Alternative Electric Supplier buys products and services needed to provide power to Customers, combines
these products and services in different marketing packages, and sells the packages to Customers. Alternative
Electric Suppliers must meet all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements of Michigan and Federal law.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. EC2a)
Michigan Public Service
Commission
ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY January 31, 2006 AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Second Revised Sheet No. EC2
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC2
(Revised to comply with Order dated Apri126, 2002 in Case No. U.12489)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


1. Introduction

This tariff is designed to express the terms and conditions associated with retail access service in the
Detroit Edison Electric Choice Program, as well as provide information regarding the roles of the various
market participants. This tariff includes the following sections:

Introduction and Definitions Sec. 1


Customers Sec. 2 - 10
Alternative Electric Suppliers Sec. 11 - 19
Load Profiling Sec. 20 _

• In the Detroit Edison Electric Choice Program, Detroit Edison will maintain a relationship and
interact with at least three separate participants: The Customer, the Alternative Electric
Supplier and the Marketer. One entity may be responsible for both the Alternative Electric
Supplier and Marketer roles. Detroit Edison has separately defined the retail and wholesale
functions behind electric supply in a competitive environment.

1.1 The Customer Role

The Customer is the end-user of Power at one or more locations in the State of Michigan who has facilities
connected to the Detroit Edison distribution system Under retail access service, the Customer will
conduct transactions with at least two entities - Detroit Edison and an Alternative Electric Supplier. The
Customer is responsible for choosing an Alternative Electric Supplier.

Detroit Edison's principal requirement is that the Customer must already be connected to the Detroit
Edison Distribution System as a Full Service Customer or meet the requirements for new Customers
connecting to the Detroit Edison Distribution System. All'Primary Customers and Secondary Customers
with Customer Service Capacities greater than 300 kW must execute Customer Distribution Agreements
with Detroit Edison.

1.2 The Alternative Electric Supplier Role

An Alternative Electric Supplier is an entity that has obtained all the necessary legal approvals to sell retail
electricity in Michigan.

The Alternative Electric Supplier buys products and services needed to provide power to Customers,
combines these products and services in different marketing packages, and sells the packages to
Customers. Alternative Electric Suppliers must meet all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements
of Michigan and Federal law.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________ M/169

Issued: Mav 24, 2002 _C" _ Effective for service rendered on

By: H.L. Dow III _O_- " ' authority


and after of order
April 27,of2002
the Michigan
under
Senior Vice President /_'_
_ ,,_/ Public Service Commission in Case
Strategic
2000 Planning
Second & Development
Avenue |_--_
... JU_"J _ 200 L ,.,_
_l No. U-12489 dated April 26, 2002.

Detroit, Michigan 48226 '_ _/


THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EC2

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF


1. Introduction

This tariff is designed to express the terms and conditions associated with retail access service in the
Detroit Edison Electric Choice Program, as well as provide information regarding the roles of the various
market participants. This tariff includes the following sections:

Introduction and Definitions Sec. 1


Customers Sec. 2 - 10
Alternative Electric Suppliers Sec. 11 - 19
Marketers Sec. 20 - 31
Bidding Sec. 32 - 33

• In the Detroit Edison Electric Choice Program, Detroit Edison will maintain a relationship and
interact with at least three separate participants: The Customer, the Alternative Electric
Supplier and the Marketer. One entity may be responsible for both the Alternative Electric
Supplier and Marketer roles. Detroit Edison has separately defined the retail and wholesale
functions behind electric supply in a competitive environment.

1.1 The Customer Role

.I
The Customer =sthe end-user of Power at one or more locations in the State of Michigan who has facilities
connected to the Detroit Edison distribution system Under retail access service, the Customer will
conduct transactions with at least two entities - Detroit Edison and an Alternative Electric Supplier. The
Customer is responsible for choosing an Alternative Electric Supplier.

Detroit Edison's principal requirement is that the Customer must already be connected to the Detroit
Edison Distribution System as a Full Service Customer or meet the requirements for new Customers
connecting to the Detroit Edison Distribution System. All Primary Customers and Secondary Customers
with Customer Service Capacities greater than 300 kW must execute Customer Distribution Agreements
with Detroit Edison.

1.2 The Alternative Electric Supplier Role

An Alternative Electric Supplier is an entity that has obtained all the necessary legal approvals to sell retail
electricity in Michigan.

The Alternative Electric Supplier buys products and services needed to provide power to Customers,
combines these products and services in different marketing packages, and sells the packages to
Customers. Alternative Electric Suppliers must meet all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements
of Michigan and Federal law.

CANCELLED BY ORDER
IN CASE NO. U-/2Y(_

APR 2 6 ZOO2

Issued: January 18, 2002 Effective for service rendered


LEMOVED BY Aon
z__
By: H.L. Dow 111 .. _o and after December 20, 2001 under

Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case


2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226
Senior Vice President __ authority of order of the Michigan
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2
M.P.S,C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF

1, DEFINITIONS

"Aggregator" means an entity that combines the Power consumption of multiple Customers for the
purpose of meeting minimum load criteria necessary for Retail Access Service.

"Commission" means the Michigan Public Service Commission.

"Company" means The Detroit Edison Company.

"Company's Distribution System" means facilities operated by the Company for the purpose of
distributing electric power within the Company's electric service territory, which are subject to the
jurisdiction of the Commission.

"Company's Transmission System" means facilities operated by the Company for the purpose of
transmitting electric power within the Company's electric service territory which are subject to the
jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

"Customer" means, for purposes of Retail Access Service, an entity with electrical load facilities
connected to the Company's Distribution System that purchases or receives Power from a Retailer
and which Power is delivered to its Location(s) pursuant to this Tariff. All retail Customers,
regardless of the voltage level of the service, are considered to be connected to the Company's
Distribution System.

"Distribution Contract Capacity" means the load carrying capacity in kilowatts of the Company's
Distribution System necessary to meet a Customer's maximum load requirements at a particular
Location served under this tariff.

"Distribution Point of Delivery" means the point of interconnection between the Company's
Distribution System and the Customer's service Location.

"Distribution Point of Receipt" means the point of interconnection between the Company's
Transmission and Distribution Systems.
-CANCELLED BY ORDER_

"Load" means
"Location" electric
means each demand measured
Customer in kilowatts
facility whether (kW).or leased.
owned IN CASE
DEC 2 NO. U-,_|_I
0 2_J0

"Marketer" means an entity that: REMOVEDBY _._


(i) generates, brokers, markets or otherwise procures power to be supplied 1_ the
Company at the Transmission Point of Receipt, obtains transmission services _s the
designated agent of the Customer, through the Customer's Retailer, and with whom a
Customer or a Customer's Retailer has arranged for the receipt of Power,
(ii) satisfies all applicable franchise, statutory, and regulatory requirements of Michigan and
Federal law,
(iii) satisfies all applicable reciprocity requirements set forth in this tariff.

M/169

Issued: March 22, 1999 Effective for service rendered on


By: L.G. Garberding and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-11452 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. EC2a
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels First Sheet No. EC2a
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2)

1. INTRODUCTION (Continued)
1.4 The Marketer Role

The Marketer is an entity that acts as a wholesale supplier; takes title to power and has FERC authorization
to market energy services. FERC authorization allows the Marketer to use transmission systems to move
power from the generator(s) to the distribution system. The Marketer is either a FERC-authorized power
Marketer or a utility. As defined by FERC, in the context of this Rider, the Marketer is responsible for all
Transmission-related responsibilities related to serving the retail access customers served by it’s supply.
These include: scheduling energy, obtaining ancillary services, and paying energy imbalance charges. The
Alternative Electric Supplier and Marketer functions may be handled by one entity or may be performed by
different parties. Either way, both the Alternative Electric Supplier role and the Marketer role must be
performed to complete delivery to a Customer.

1.5. Definitions

“Aggregator” means an entity that combines the energy consumption of multiple Customers for the purpose
of meeting minimum load criteria necessary for retail access service.

“Alternative Electric Supplier” (AES) means an entity that has obtained all the necessary approvals to sell
retail electricity in Michigan, and is licensed by the Michigan Public Service Commission. An AES does not
physically deliver electricity directly to retail Customers in the state.

“Commission” means the Michigan Public Service Commission.

“Customer” means, for purposes of retail access service, an entity with electrical load facilities connected to
the Detroit Edison Distribution System that purchases or receives Power from an Alternative Electric
Supplier and which Power is delivered to its Location(s) pursuant to this Rider. All Customers, regardless of
the voltage level of the service, are considered to be connected to the Detroit Edison Distribution System.

“Customer Service Capacity” means the load carrying capability of the Detroit Edison metering installation at
the Customer’s site, based on the thermal limits of the meter and any associated transformers.

“Demand” means the amount of power required to meet the Customer’s load, generally expressed in
kilowatts or megawatts, at a given instant or averaged over a designated interval of time.

“Demand Conversion Table” means a table that converts average kWh consumption to demand in kW, for a
specific type or group of Customers. These tables will be used to determine the amount of limited phase-in
capacity allocated to Customers without prior demand history as defined in Section 33.3.

“Detroit Edison’s Distribution System” means facilities operated by Detroit Edison for the purpose of
distributing electric power within Detroit Edison’s electric service territory, which are subject to the
jurisdiction of the Commission.

“Distribution Contract Capacity” means the load carrying capacity in kilowatts of the Detroit Edison
Distribution System necessary to meet a Customer’s maximum load requirements at a particular Location
served under this Rider.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. EC2b)
Michigan Public Service
Commission
ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY January 31, 2006 AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
THE DETROITEDISONCOMPANY FirstRevisedSheetNo. EC2a
M.P.S.C.No.9 CancelsOriginalSheetNo. EC2a

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

1.3 The Marketer Role


t

The Marketer is an entity that acts as a wholesale supplier; takes title to power and has FERC
authorization to market energy services. FERC authorization allows the Marketer to use transmission
systems to move power from the generator(s) to the distribution system. The Marketer is either a FERC-
authorized power Marketer or a utility. As defined by FERC, in the context of this Tariff, the Marketer is
responsible for all Transmission-related responsibilities related to serving the retail access customers
served by it's supply. These include: scheduling energy, obtaining ancillary services, and paying energy
imbalance charges. The Alternative Electric Supplier and Marketer functions may be handled by one entity
or may be performed by different parties. Either way, both the Alternative Electric Supplier role and the
Marketer role must be performed to complete deliveryto a Customer.

1.4. Definitions

"Aggregator" means an entity that combines the energy consumption of multiple Customers for the
purpose of meeting minimum load criteria necessary for retail access service.

"Alternative Electric Supplier" (AES) means an entity that has obtained all the necessary approvals to sell
retail electricity in Michigan, and is licensed by the Michigan Public Service Commission. An AES does
not physically deliver electricity directly to retail Customers in the state.

"Commission"means the Michigan Public Service Commission.

"Customer" means, for purposes of retail access service, an entity with electrical load facilities connected
to the Detroit Edison Distribution System that purchases or receives Power from an Alternative Electric
Supplier and which Power is delivered to its Location(s) pursuant to this Tariff. All Customers, regardless
of the voltage level of the service, are considered to be connected to the Detroit Edison Distribution
System.

"Customer Service Capacity" means the load carrying capability of the Detroit Edison metering installation
at the Customer's site, based on the thermal limits of the meter and any associated transformers.

"Demand" means the amount of power required to meet the Customer's load, generally expressed in
kilowatts or megawatts, at a given instant or averaged over a designated interval of time.

"Demand Conversion Table"means a table that converts average kWh consumption to demandin kW, for
a specific type or group of Customers. These tables will be used to determine the amount of limited
phase-in capacity allocatedto Customers without prior demand history as defined in Section 33.3.

"Detroit Edison's Distribution System" means facilities operated by Detroit Edison for the purpose of
distributing electric power within Detroit Edison's electric service territory, which are subject to the
jurisdiction of the Commission.

"Distribution Contract Capacity" means the load carrying capacity in kilowatts of the Detroit Edison
Distribution System necessary to meet a Customer's maximum load requirements at a particular Location
served under this tariff.
CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________
_ML170
RL
REMOVED BY_______________

DATE 02-01-06
_____________________

Issued:January18,2002 Effectivefor servicerenderedon


By: H.L.DewIII andafterDecember20, 2001 under
SeniorVice President authorityoforderof the Michigan
StrategicPlanning& Development PublicServiceCommissionin Case
2000SecondAvenue No.U-12489datedDecember20, 2001
Detroit,Michigan48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2a
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

"Open Access Transmission Tariff (OA TT)" means the Company's pro forma Open Access
Transmission Tariff on file with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, as amended from time
to time.

"Power" means a combination of the electric demand and energy requirements of the Customer.

"Retailer" means an entity that:

(i) sells or procures power for a Customer and causes that power to be supplied to the
Company for delivery to a Customer,
(ii) satisfies all applicable franchise, statutory, and regulatory requirements of Michigan and
Federal law,

"Set-Aside" means either of two special groupings of single-phase Customers designed to ensure
that small Customers can participate in Retail Access Service.

"Transition Charge" is a surcharge intended to recover the costs associated with the
implementation of Retail Access Service and the Company's stranded costs arising from
implementation of Retail Access Service.

"Transmission Point of Delivery" means the point of interconnection between the Company's Transmission
and Distribution Systems.

"Transmission Point of Receipt" means the point on the Company's Transmission System where
Power is received by the Company for delivery to the Transmission Point of Delivery.

2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

2.1 This Retail Access Service Tariff sets forth the rates, charges, terms and conditions of service
for the delivery of Power to a Customer, procured by a Retailer and supplied by a Marketer. Such
Power shall be initially received at a designated Transmission Point of Receipt and ultimately
delivered to the Customer through the Company's Distribution System.

2.2 Power received by the Company from a Marketer shall be transmitted across the Company's
Transmission System to the Company's Distribution System in accordance with the rates, terms
and conditions of service of the Company's Open Access Transmission Tariff.

2.3 A Customer's eligibility to take Retail Access Service is subject to the full satisfaction of any
terms or conditions imposed by preexisting contracts or tariffs with the Company including those
which may preclude the Customer from taking Retail Access Service. Customers must have
satisfied any past due amounts owed to the Company under any other arrangements or provisions
for electric service before taking service under this Tariff. Rider No. 2 agreements between the
Customer and the Company will remain in effect during service under this Tar f_CANCELLEDBYO_
IN CASE NO. U- ,._ i

Issued: March 22, 1999 #._/v_O_"-_L_O _'-O_\_, Effective _,_,_'-a_-_


By: L.G. Garberding /o_T
TM ___\ and after March 8, 1999 under \J

Executive Vice President '_l_ 2 9 199 authority of order of the Michigan


and Chief Financial Officer ___ N0V _,_,1 Public Service Commission in Case

2000Detroit,SecondMichiganAVenue48226
_k____-/_ No. U-11452 dated March 8, 1999
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. EC2b
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. EC2b
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2a)

1. INTRODUCTION (Continued)
“Distribution Point of Delivery” means the point of interconnection between the Detroit Edison Distribution
System and the Customer’s service location.

“Distribution Point of Receipt” means the point of interconnection between the ITC Transmission and Detroit
Edison Distribution Systems.

“Effective Date” is the date at which responsibility for servicing a Customer Load transfers from the current
supplier to the new supplier. The transfer occurs at the beginning (00:01 hours) of the Effective Date.

“Energy” in the context of this document the word energy refers to “electrical energy” and is measured in
kilowatt-hours.

“Energy Meter” means a meter capable of measuring and recording energy on a kWh basis.

“Full Service” means the provision of regulated electric service including energy, transmission and
distribution services; each provided by Detroit Edison.

“International Transmission Company (ITC) Transmission System” means facilities operated by ITC for the
purpose of transmitting electric power within the Detroit Edison electric service territory which are subject to
the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

“Interval Demand Meter” means a meter capable of measuring and recording kW demands and kVAR
demands on a 30-minute integrated basis, as needed to bill the Customer and measuring energy on a kWh
basis.

“Joint Open Access Transmission Tariff (JOATT)” means the ITC and Consumers Energy Open Access
Transmission Tariff on file with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, as amended from time to time.
The Tariff applies to transactions where energy flows through both the ITC and Consumers Energy
Transmission Systems.

“Load” means any end-use device drawing energy from the electric system.

“Location” means each Customer facility whether owned or leased.

“Marketer” means an entity that:

(i) generates, brokers, markets or otherwise procures power to be supplied to ITC at the Transmission
Point of Receipt, obtains transmission services and with whom a Customer’s Alternative Electric
Supplier has arranged for the receipt of Power,

(ii) satisfies all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements of Michigan and Federal law, and

(iii) satisfies all applicable reciprocity requirements set forth in this Rider.

“MISO” means the Midwest Independent System Operator

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________ (Continued on Sheet No. EC2c)
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. EC2b
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. EC2b
Chanqes made to reflect Order No. U-13808

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2a)

1. INTRODUCTION (Continued)
"Distribution Point of Delivery" means the point of interconnection between the Detroit Edison Distribution
/System and the Customer's service location.

"DistributionPoint of Receipt" means the point of interconnectionbetween the ITC Transmission and Detroit
Edison DistributionSystems.

"Effective Date" is the date at which responsibility for servicing a Customer Load transfers from the current
supplier to the new supplier. The transfer occurs at the beginning (00:01 hours) of the Effective Date.

"Energy" in the context of this document the word energy refers to "electrical energy" and is measured in
kilowatt-hours.

"Energy Meter" means a meter capable of measuring and recordingenergy on a kwh basis.

"Full Service" means the prmiision of regulated electric service including energy, transmission and
distribution services; each provided by Detroit Edison.

"International Transmission Company (ITC) Transmission System" means facilities operated by ITC for the
purpose of transmitting electric power within the Detroit Edison electdc service territory which are subject to
the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

"interval Demand Meter' means a meter capable of measuring and recording kW demands and kVAR _-
demands on a 30-minute integrated basis, as needed to bill the Customer and measuring energy on a kWh
basis.

"Joint Open Access Transmission Tariff (JOATT)" means the ITC and Consumers Energy Open Access
Transmission Tariff on file with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, as amended from time to time:
The Tariff applies to transactions where energy flows through both the ITC and Consumers Energy
Transmission Systems.

"Load" means any end-use device drawing energy from the electric system.

"Location" means each Customer facility whether owned or leased.

"Marketer' means an entity that:

(i) generates, brokers, markets or otherwise procures power to be supplied to ITC at the Transmission
Point of Receipt, obtains transmission services and with whom a Customers Alternative Electric
Supplier has arranged for the receipt of Power,

(ii) satisfies all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements of Michigan and Federal law, and

(iii) satisfies all applicable reciprocity requirements set forth in this tariff.

"MISO" means the Midwest Independent System Operator

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________ (Continued on Sheet No. EC2c)

Michigan
PublicService
ISSUED DECEMBER 14, 2004 commission EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY I AND AFTER NOVEMBER 24, 2004
• • REGULATORY AFFAIRS
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT January 4, 20051 MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE
UNDER AUTHORITY COMMISSION
OF ORDER
DATED NOVEMBER 23, 2004
OF THE

DETROIT, MICHIGAN Filed_..L__._._ IN CASE NO. U-t3808


THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Second Revised Sheet No. EC2b
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC2b
((Revised to comply with Order dated April 26, 2002 in Case No. 1.1-12489)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

"Distribution Point of Delivery" means the point of interconnection between the Detroit Edison Distribution
System and the Customer's service location.

"Distribution Point of Receipt" means the point of interconnection between the ITC Transmission and
Detroit Edison Distribution Systems.

"Effective Date" is the date at which responsibility for servicing a Customer Load transfers from the current
supplier to the new supplier. The transfer occurs at the beginning (00:01 hours) of the Effective Date.

"Energy" in the context of this document the word energy refers to "electrical energy" and is measured in
, kilowatt-hours.

"Energy MeteF" means a meter capable of measuring and recording energy on a kWh basis.

"Full Service" means the provision of regulated electric service including energy, transmission and
distribution services; each provided by Detroit Edison.

"International Transmission Company (ITC) Transmission System" means facilities operated by ITC for the
purpose of transmitting electric power within the Detroit Edison electric service territory which are subject
to the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

"Interval Demand Meter" means a meter capable of measuring and recording kW demands and kVAR
demands on a 30-minute integrated basis, as needed to bill the Customer and measuring energy on a
kWh basis.

"Joint Open Access Transmission Tariff (JOATT)" means the ITC and Consumers Energy Open Access
Transmission Tariff on file with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, as amended from time to
time. The Tariff applies to transactions where energy flows through both the ITC and Consumers Energy
Transmission Systems.

"Load" means any end-use device drawing energy from the electric system.

"Location" means each Customer facility whether owned or leased.

"Marketer" means an entity that:

(i) generates, brokers, markets or otherwise procures power to be supplied to ITC at the
Transmission Point of Receipt, obtains transmission services and with whom a Customer's
Alternative Electric Supplier has arranged for the receipt of Power,
(ii) satisfies all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements of Michigan and Federal law,
and
(iii) satisfies all applicable reciprocity requirements set forth in this tariff.

r,
_,ANCELLED8y
L[- f3 5 _

/_x,S_"'_'_L_ "_."_c?,_:_ _ _,. ..


Issued: May 24, 2002 /=_ _\ Effe_'i_/eff'oTservlcerendered'on
By: H.L. Dow III L_,
%_,- -_._\ and after--Apr/f-2-TT-2OO2unaer _
Senior Vice President I_zJ _.r_ authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development IS JUi'_ z_ 200_2 _i Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue _ ._] No. U-12489 dated April 26, 2002.
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2b
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EC2b

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

"Distribution Point of Delivery" means the point of interconnection between the Detroit Edison Distribution
System and the Customer's service location.

"Distribution Point of Receipt" means the point of interconnection between the ITC Transmission and
Detroit Edison Distribution Systems.

"Effective Date"is the date at which responsibilityfor servicing a Customer Load transfers from the current
supplier to the new supplier. The transfer occurs at the beginning (00:01 hours) of the Effective Date.

"Energy" in the context of this document the word energy refers to "electrical energy" and is measured in
kilowatt-hours.

"Energy Meter" means a meter capable of measuring and recording energy on a kWh basis.

"Furl Service" means the provision of regulated electric service including energy, transmission and
distribution services; each provided by Detroit Edison.

"/ntemationa/Transmission Company (ITC) Transmission System" means facilities operated by ITC for the
purpose of transmitting electric power within the Detroit Edison electric service territory which are subject
to the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

"/nterva/Demand MeteF" means a meter capable of measuring and recording kW demands and/or kVAR
demands on a 30-minute integrated basis, as needed to bill the Customer and measuring energy on a
kWh basis.

"Joint Open Access Transmission Tariff (JOATT)" means the ITC and Consumers Energy Open Access
Transmission Tariff on file with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, as amended from time to
time. The Tariff applies to transactions where energy flows through both the ITC and Consumers Energy
Transmission Systems.

"Load" means any end-use device drawing energy from the electric system.

"Location"means each Customer facility whether owned or leased.

"MarketeY' means an entity that:

(i) generates, brokers, markets or otherwise procures power to be supplied to ITC at the
Transmission Point of Receipt, obtains transmission services and with whom a Customer's
Alternative Electric Supplier has arranged for the receipt of Power,
(ii) satisfies all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements of Michigan and Federal law,
and
(iii) satisfies all applicable reciprocity requirements set forth in this tariff.

"Open Access Transmission Tariff(OATT)" means the ITC pro forma Open Access Transmission Tariff on
file with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, as amended from time to time. CANCELLED BY OREI_'E'R"
IN CASE NO. U- r2"/'_
/
.-:171 APR2 6 Z002]
/
Issued: January 18, 2002 Effective for service i_(_Y ,x_/__.,q-
By: H.L. Dow I11 and after Decembei
Senior Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2b
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

2.4 A Customer will specify only one Retailer and one Marketer at any given time for the supply of
Power to each separately metered Load. Separately metered loads at a single Location that are at
the same service voltage may be combined for the purposes of integrating the demands. If this is
done, the combined load can only be served by a single Retailer and/or Marketer.

2.4.1 Customers shall be permitted to change Retailers at the completion of their normal billing
cycle. Customers will be assessed a $5 processing charge for each change.

2.4.2 Retailers shall be permitted to change a Marketer serving any of its Customers with 30 days
notice to Detroit Edison.

2.5 If a Retailer or Marketer fails to pay amounts due the Company or otherwise fails to perform
obligations undertaken in connection with service to a Customer, the Company will give the
Customer notice of the Retailer's or Marketer's default. The Customer acknowledges that Retail
Access Service may be terminated if the Customer, its Retailer, or its Marketer fails to pay amounts
due the Company or otherwise fails to comply with the provisions of this Tariff or agreements with
the Company. Unless the Customer, Retailer or Marketer cures the default with the Company or the
Customer changes its Retailer or Marketer in accordance with Company rules, the Customer may be
transferred to service under the Company's full requirements tariffs subject to the provisions of
Section 5.2.

2.6 Customers receiving single-phase Retail Access Service must have their entire Load at a single
Location served by one Retailer and one Marketer.

2.7 Retail Access Service is not available to Customers taking Lighting service utilizing Company-
owned equipment.

2.8 The responsibilities of Aggregators, Retailers, Marketers or Customers may be undertaken or


performed by one or more entities, provided the qualification requirements for each such function
set forth in this tariff are met.

3. CHARACTER OF SERVICE

3.1 The Company furnishes alternating current service at a nominal frequency of 60 hertz 24 hours
a day, subject to interruption by tariff, by agreement, by advance notice, by accident or by other
causes not under the reasonable control of the Company.

3.2 For Single Phase Distribution Service, the Company provides service at differing voltages
available in differing configurations within its service territory. These include, but are not limited to,
single-phase secondary alternating current service at 120/240 volts. In some districts current is
supplied from a Y- connected secondary network at 208¥/120 volts. Customers who are
considering locating new load or who are considering adding load at an existing Location should
contact the Company to determine what service is available at a particular Location to serve their

Load. CANCELLED BY ORDER_

DEC2 0 2001
__ M/171

Issued: March 22, 1999 ,/_v ,_'LE'OO_o_" Effectiv, -__eEt_(-l:lde re rt_r_ _


By: L.G. Garberding /_- -__\ and after March 8, 1999 under _ -
Executive Vice President t_-_ _ authority of order of the Michigan
Public Service Commission in Case
and Chief Financial Officer N0V2 9 1999
2000 Second
Detroit, Avenue
Michigan 48226 ,_.>_
_j No. U-11452 dated March 8, 1999
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. EC2c
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. EC2c
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2b)

1. INTRODUCTION (Continued)
“Power” means a combination of the electric demand and energy requirements of the Customer.

“Reactive Demand” means the amount of reactive power required to meet the Customer’s Load, generally
expressed in kilovolt-amperes reactive (kVAR), at a given instant or averaged over a designated interval of
time.

“Set-Aside” means either of two special groupings of single-phase Customers designed to ensure that small
Customers can participate in retail access service.

“Sink” means a unique four-character code assigned to a Marketer’s Transmission Service Agreement by
ITC which identifies a load.

“Transition Charge” is a surcharge for the recovery of costs associated with the implementation of retail
access service and Detroit Edison’s stranded costs arising from implementation of retail access service.

“Transmission Point of Delivery” means the point of interconnection between the ITC Transmission and
Detroit Edison Distribution Systems.

“Transmission Point of Receipt” means the point on the ITC Transmission System where Power is received
by ITC for delivery to the Transmission Point of Delivery.

CUSTOMER SECTION

2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE


2.1 This Retail Access Service Rider sets forth the rates, charges, terms and conditions of service for the
delivery of Power to a Customer, procured by an Alternative Electric Supplier and supplied by a Marketer.
Such Power shall be initially received at a designated Transmission Point of Receipt and ultimately delivered
to the Customer through the Detroit Edison Distribution System.

2.2 Power received by ITC for delivery to the Customer shall be transmitted across the ITC Transmission
System to the Detroit Edison Distribution System in accordance with the rates, terms and conditions of
service of the ITC Open Access Transmission Tariff.

2.3 A Customer’s eligibility to take retail access service is subject to the full satisfaction of any terms or
conditions imposed by pre-existing contracts or tariffs with Detroit Edison. Customers must have satisfied
any past due amounts owed to Detroit Edison under any other arrangements or provisions for electric
service before taking service under this Rider, unless such past due amounts are due to billing disputes;
Detroit Edison's failure to obtain meter readings, provide an actual bill or otherwise fail to properly
demonstrate amounts owed by the Customer to Detroit Edison. Rider No. 2 agreements between the
Customer and Detroit Edison will remain in effect during service under this Rider. Rider No. 4 - “Resale of
Service” is also available under this Rider.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. EC2d)
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. EC2c
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC2c
Chanqesmadeto reflect OrderNo. U-13808

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2b)

1. INTRODUCTION (Continued)
"Power"means a combination
of the electricdemandand energyrequirements
of theCustomer.

"ReactiveDemand"means the amount of reactivepower requiredto meet the Customer'sLoad,generally


expressedin kilovolt-amperesreactive (kVAR),at a given instantor averagedover a designatedinterval of
time.

"Set-Aside"means either of two special groupingsof single-phaseCustomersdesignedto ensurethat small


Customerscan participatein retailaccess service.

"Sink" means a unique four-charactercode assigned to a Marketers TransmissionService Agreement by


ITCwhich identifiesa load.

"Transition Charge" is a surcharge for the recovery of costs associated with the implementationof retail
access service and Detroit Edison'sstranded costs arisingfrom implementationof retail accessservice.

"Transmission Point of Delivery"means the point of interconnectionbetween the ITC Transmission and
DetroitEdisonDistributionSystems.

"TransmissionPointof Receipt"meansthe point on the ITC TransmissionSystemwhere Poweris received


by ITCfor deliveryto theTransmissionPointof Delivery.

CUSTOMER SECTION

2. TERMSAND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE : !


2.t Tflis Retail Access Service Tariff sets forth the rates, charges, terms and conditionsof service for the
delivery of Power to a Customer,.procuredby an Alternative ElectdcSupplier and supplied by_aMarketer.
Such Powershall be initiallyreceivedat a designatedTransmissionPointof Receiptand ultimatelydelivered
to the Customerthroughthe DetroitEdisonDistributionSystem. _

2.2 Power received by ITC for delivery to the Customer shall be transmitted across the ITC Transmission
System to the Detroit Edison Distribution System in accordancewith the rates, terms and conditions of
service of the ITC OpenAccess TransmissionTariff. _

2.3 A Customer's eligibility to take retail access service is subject to the full satisfaction of any terms or
conditionsimposed by pre-existingcontracts or tariffs with Detroit Edison. Customersmust have satisfied
any past due amounts owed to Detroit Edison under any other arrangementsor provisions for electric
service before taking service under this Tariff, unless such past due amounts are due to billing disputes;
Detroit Edison's failure to obtain meter readings, provide an actual bill or otherwise fail to properly
demonstrate amounts owed by the Customer to Detroit Edison. Rider No. 2 agreements between the
Customerand Detroit Edisonwill remain in effect during serviceunder this Tariff. RiderNo. 4- "Resale of
Service" is also available underthis Tariff.. No other ridersare applicableunderthisTariff.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. EC2d)

ISSUEDDECEMBER14, 2004 Michigan


Public
Service
Commission EFFECTIVEFOR SERVICERENDEREDON
M.E. CHAMPLEY ANDAFTER NOVEMBER24, 2004
SENIORVICE PRESIDENT ] I UNDERAUTHORITYOF ORDEROFTHE
REGULATORYAFFAIRS l January 4, 20051 MICHIGANPUBLICSERVICECOMMISSION
DATED NOVEMBER23, 2004
DETROIT,MICHIGAN Filed_ IN CASE NO. U-13808
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2c
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EC2c

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

"Power" means a combination of the electric demand and energy requirements of the Customer.

"Reactive Demand" means the amount of reactive power required to meet the Customer's Load, generally
expressed in kilovolt-amperes reactive (kVAR), at a given instant or averaged over a designated interval
of time.

"Set-Aside" means either of two special groupings of single-phase Customers designed to ensure that
small Customers can participate in retail access service.

"Sink" means a unique four-character code assigned to a Marketer's Transmission Service Agreement by
ITC which identifies a load.

"Transition Charge" is a surcharge for the recovery of costs associated with the implementation of retail
access service and Detroit Edison's stranded costs arising from implementation of retail access service.

"Transmission Point of Delivery" means the point of Jnterconnection between the ITC Transmission and
Detroit Edison Distribution Systems.

"Transmission Point of Receipt" means the point on the ITC Transmission System where Power is
received by ITC for delivery to the Transmission Point of Delivery.

CUSTOMER SECTION

2. Terms and Conditions of Service

2.1 This Retail Access Service Tariff sets forth the rates, charges, terms and conditions of service for
the delivery of Power to a Customer, procured by an Alternative Electric Supplier and supplied by a
Marketer. Such Power shall be initially received at a designated Transmission Point of Receipt and
ultimately delivered to the Customer through the Detroit Edison Distribution System.

2.2 Power received by ITC for delivery to the Customer shall be transmitted across the ITC
Transmission System to the Detroit Edison Distribution System in accordance with the rates, terms and
conditions of service of the ITC Open Access Transmission Tariff.

2.3 A Customer's eligibility to take retail access service is subject to the full satisfaction of any terms
or conditions imposed by pre-existing contracts or tariffs with Detroit Edison. Customers must have
satisfied any past due amounts owed to Detroit Edison under any other arrangements or provisions for
electric service before taking service under this Tariff, unless such past due amounts are due to billing
disputes; Detroit Edison's failure to obtain meter readings, provide an actual bill or otherwise fail to
properly demonstrate amounts owed by the Customer to Detroit Edison. Rider No. 2 _ts_b_tween
the Customer and Detroit Edison will remain in effect during service under'thl_='Tar-E_. No other riders an
applicable under this Tariff. i _,_A._C£LLED 8_
J "tRDER_

_ M/172
."_" " , . OAT _ -
Issued: January 18, 2002 Effective_e rendered on
By: H.L. Dow III and after December 20, 2001 under
Senior Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2c
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

3.3 For Three Phase Distribution Service, the Company provides service at differing voltages
available in differing configurations within its service territory. These include, but are not limited to,
alternating current, three-phase service at nominal 4,800, 13,200, 24,000, 41,570 or 120,000
volts which may be transformed to lower voltages through Company-owned transformation
equipment. Where three-phase service is supplied at 480Y/277 volts through Company-owned
transformation equipment, the Customer must furnish any transformation for the supply of its
120/240 volt requirements. Customers who are considering locating new load or who are
considering adding load at an existing Location should contact the Company to determine what
service is available at a particular Location to serve their Load.

4. AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE

4.1 Until December 31, 2001, eligibility for Retail Access Service will be determined using an open
bidding procedure to be authorized by the Commission. Bids for eligibility may be submitted by
prospective Customers, Retailers, Marketers or other parties and shall designate the amount of Load
proposed to be served and the amount the Retailer serving such Load shall pay the Company as a
Transition Charge for each kilowatt-hour associated with the awarded capacity delivered under this
tariff.

4.2 On and after January 1, 2002, all Customers with Load connected to the Company's
Distribution System shall be eligible for Retail Access Service and Retailers shall pay the Company a
Transition Charge of 1.25C/kWh for all kilowatt-hours consumed by Customers taking Retail Access
Service. The Transition Charge is intended to recover the costs associated with the implementation
of Retail Access Service and the Company's stranded costs arising from implementation of Retail
Access Service. The Transition Charge of 1.25C/kWh to be implemented on January 1, 2002, is an
estimate of the charge to be imposed at that time and is subject to adjustment by the Commission.

4.3 Subject to final authorization by the Commission, the total maximum demand of load which
may bid for Retail Access Service (Cumulative Load), the final day for submitting sealed bids to the
Company, and the implementation dates for Retail Access Service is as follows:
Final day for Cumulative Implementation
Submitting Bid .Load Date
September 20, 1999 225,000 kW as soon as pract_
after final day fg_ "d/_C_ELL_-_h-_h _
bid submittal I .,v UA.q_.o
/. .... "_c IVO j,,u -R7
November 19, 1999 450,000 kW as soon as practical _
afterfinalday_for U__; 2 , d_[_ /
bid submittal/_,_ _ (I ( 01/
as soon as pr_-_Tg_lV_.t_
January 20, 2000 675,000 kW after final da_ ',FUBy_
submittal
March 20, 2000 900,000 kW as soon as practical
after final day for bid
submittal
November 20, 2000 1,125,000 kW January 1, 2001

On and after January 1, 2002, all Load connected to the Company's Distribution System shall be
eligible for Retail Access Service.
M/172

Issued: March 22, 1999 //__ Effective for service rendered on


By: L.G. Garberding /__ and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President j_ _\ authority of order of the Michigan

2000 Second
and Chief Avenue
Financial Officer N0V2 9 1999 0_1 No. U-11452
Public Servicedated March 8,in1999
Commission Case
Detroit, Michigan 48226 _ "_-_/
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. EC2d
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. EC2d
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2c)

2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE (Continued)


2.4 A Customer will specify only one Alternative Electric Supplier (and the Alternative Electric Supplier shall
specify only one Marketer) at any given time for the supply of Power to each Customer account or Customer
Location.

2.5 Detroit Edison shall be required to complete all retail access enrollment activities required to place a
Customer in “site-ready” status within the following timeframes:

a. Within 10 calendar days when no meter work is required for the Customer to take retail access service
b. Within 45 days when meter work is required

These deadlines do not require that Customers actually commence service within the specified timeframes;
only that Detroit Edison has completed all activities required of it to place the Customer in “site-ready”
status.

Customers shall be permitted to change Alternative Electric Suppliers. The changes will become effective at
the completion of their normal billing cycle. Customers will be assessed a $5 processing charge per
account for each change. The change will be submitted to Detroit Edison electronically by the Customer’s
new Alternative Electric Supplier as a new enrollment.

2.6 Multiple Meters at Non-Residential Locations

2.6.1 Existing groupings of multiple meters into accounts at a location will be maintained in setting up
new retail access accounts. If possible, all the metered loads belonging to a single Customer at a
location shall be grouped into a single account.

2.6.2 Multiple metered loads at a single voltage level may be combined, at the Customer’s option, by
physically re-wiring or by adding all metered quantities in the billing process.

2.6.3 The Customer is responsible for any re-wiring costs or, alternatively, the costs of all meters used
for combining the Location. If re-wiring is required by Detroit Edison to facilitate metering, then
Detroit Edison shall be responsible for the re-wiring costs.

2.6.4 When multiple Interval Demand Meters are used within a single voltage level, Maximum Demand at
that voltage level will be established by the highest coincident demand recorded for those meters.

2.7 Multiple Meters at Residential Locations

All metered loads belonging to a single Residential Customer may be combined into a single metered load
or account unless the Customer chooses to re-wire all loads through the principal meter at the residence.
Detroit Edison will combine usage from all meters at the Customer’s residence during the billing process.
This does not apply to multi-family residential locations.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. EC2e)
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON


M.E. CHAMPLEY
January 31, 2006 AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. EC2d
The Detroit Edison Company CanceIs First Revised Sheet No. EC2d
Chan.qes made to reflect Order No. U-13808

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2c)

2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE (Continued)


2.4 A Customer will specify only one Alternative Electric Supplier (and the Alternative Electric Supplier shall
specify only one Marketer) at any given time for the supply of Power to each Customer account or Customer
Location.

2.5 Detroit Edison shall be required to complete a//retail access enrollment activities required to place a
Customer in "site-ready" status within the followinq timeframes:

a. Within 10 calendar days when no -meter work is required for the Customer to take retail access
service
b. Within 45 days when meter work is required

These deadlines do not require that Customers actually commence service within the specifie d
timeframes; only that Detroit Edison has completed all activities required of it to place the Customer in "site-
ready" status. ,,

Customers shall be permitted to change Alternative Electric Suppliers. The changes will become effective at
the completion of their normal billing cycle. Customers will be assessed a $5 processing charge per
account for each change. The change will be submitted to Detroit Edison electronically by the Customer's
new Alternative Electric Supplier as a new enrollment. -=

2.6 Multiple Meters at Non-Residential Locations

2.6.1 Existing groupings of multiple meters into accounts at a location will be maintained in setting up
new retail access accounts. If possible, all the metered loads belonging to a single Customer at a
location shall be grouped into a single account.

2.6.2 Multiple metered' loads at a single voltage level may be combined, at the Customer's option, by
: physically re-wiring or by adding all metered quantities in the billing process.

2.6.3 The Customer is responsible for any re-wiring costs or, alternatively, the costs of all meters used
for combining the Location. If re-wiring is required by Detroit Edison to facilitate metedng, then
Detroit Edison shall be responsible for the re-wiring costs.

2.6.4 When multiple Interval Demand Meters are used within a single voltage level, Maximum Demand at
that voltage level will be established by the highest coincident demand recorded for those meters.

2.7 Multiple Meters at Residential Locations

'_ AIJmetered loads belonging to a _singleResidential Customer must be combined into a single metered load
• or account u'nless the Customer chooses to re-wire all loads through the principal meter at the residence.
Detroit Edison will combine usage from all meters at the Customer's residence dudng the billing process:
Interruptible rates are not available under retail access service. This does not apply to multi-family
residential locations.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

REMOVED BY_______________ RL
02-01-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. EC2e)

Michigan Public Service

ISSUED DECEMBER 14, 2004 commfss[on EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON


M.E. CHAMPLEY ] AND AFTER NOVEMBER 24, 2004

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT


REGULATORY AFFAIRS January 4, 2005i MICHIGAN
UNDER AUTHORITY
PUBLIC SERVICE
OF ORDER
COMMISSION
OF THE
DATED NOVEMBER 23, 2004
DETROIT, MICHIGAN Filed IN CASE NO. U-13808
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2d
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EC2d

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

2.4 A Customer will specify only one Alternative Electric Supplier (and the Alternative Electric Supplier
shall specify only one Marketer) at any given time for the supply of Power to each Customer account or
Customer Location.

2.5 Detroit Edison shall be required to complete, within 45 days, all open access enrollment activities.
This deadline does not require that Customers actually commence service within 45 days; only that Detroit
Edison has completed all activities required of it to place the Customer in site-ready status.

Customers shall be permitted to change Alternative Electric Suppliers. The changes will become effective
at the completion of their normal billing cycle. Customers will be assessed a $5 processing charge per
account for each change. The change will be submitted to Detroit Edison electronically by the
Customer's new Alternative Electric Supplier as a new enrollment.

2.6 Multiple Meters at Non-Residential Locations

2.6.1 Existing groupings of multiple meters into accounts at a location will be maintained in
setting up new retail access accounts. If possible, all the metered loads belonging to a single
Customer at a location shall be grouped into a single account.

2.6.2 Multiple metered loads at a single voltage level may be combined, at the Customer's
option, by physically re-wiring or by adding all metered quantities in the billing process.

2.6.3 The Customer is responsible for any re-wiring costs or, alternatively, the costs of all
meters used for combining the Location. If re-wiring is required by Detroit Edison to facilitate
metering, then Detroit Edison shall be responsible for the re-wiring costs.

2.6.4 When multiple Interval Demand Meters are used within a single voltage level, Maximum
Demand at that voltage level will be established by the highest coincident demand recorded for
those meters.

2.7 Multiple Meters at Residential Locations

All metered loads belonging to a single Residential Customer must be combined into a single metered
load or account unless the Customer chooses to re-wire all loads through the principal meter at the
residence. Detroit Edison will combine usage from all meters at the Customer's residence during the billing
process. Interruptible rates are not available under retail access service. This does not apply to multi-
family residential locations.

M/173
'
t
1
,_-_3. _:J-_L,_,,_.
/_ _ _L_:O -_"_\_
Issued: January 18, 2002 /'_ _\ Effective for service rendered on
By: H.L. Dow III _,_ _\ and after December 20, 2001 under
Senior Vice President IL_ ....... ".... col authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development_ I- I- 15 _ 6=_UUZ L_,i Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue \_#. _/ No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001

Detroit, Michigan 48226 _


THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2d
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

4.4 Bidding will be allowed up to the total maximum demand available through the current bid
period, less any demand assigned to successful bidders in any prior bid periods that has not been
forfeited. Bids must be for a minimum of 1,000 kW. In each bid period, 3,000 kW of the available
capacity will be set aside for use by aggregated Residential Customers. A further 3,000 kW of each
bid period's capacity will be set aside for use by aggregated single-phase Customers (including
Residential). The remaining 219 MW may be used to serve any class of Customer. The Set-Asides
will be accomplished by staging a sequential bidding process with the Residential Set-Aside first,
then the Residential and single-phase Set-Aside, and finally, the remaining 219 MW. Losing bids in
the Set-Asides will be carried over into the remaining bidding processes, providing, in effect,
additional chances that the Set-Asides are filled in each bidding phase. Unused Set-Aside capacity,
if any, may be filled by other bid classes, but a like amount will be added to future bid period Set-
Asides to maintain the cumulative Set-Aside total at the original goal. Capacity will be offered in a
simple auction process with capacity being awarded to the highest bidders. Capacity will be
awarded to successively lower bids until the offered capacity is exhausted, in the event that two or
more bids have identical prices, a lottery will be used to select the winning bidder.

4.5 Any individual or entity is allowed to bid, provided they meet the bidding requirements set
forth herein and in the Company's filed Implementation Plan. Basic requirements include: a
minimum quantity sought of 1,000 kW, a bid price per kWh to be paid as a transition charge, and a
deposit. Deposit amounts are $1.00/kW for the Residential Set-Aside, $1.50/kW for the
Residential/Single-Phase Set-Aside, and $2.00/kW for the balance (Three- Phase) of each bid
period's capacity. Successful bidders must satisfy all requirements established in this Tariff and in
the filed Implementation Plan. The most basic requirement is that capacity owners will have 60
days to contract with a Retailer (or begin the process to qualify as a Retailer themselves) and 180
days from the time of award to enroll Customers. Any capacity not meeting these requirements will
be forfeited and offered to the holder of the highest unsuccessful bid (if within 90 days of the
original award) or re-bid in the next bid period (if default occurs more than 90 days after original
award). Capacity owners may sell or assign their capacity rights. If they do so, they must inform
Detroit Edison, so the sale and the new owner of record can be recorded. Any sale or assignment
does not change the original requirement of 180 days to enroll Customers.
CANCELLED BY ORDER I
IN CASE NO. U-, _ I

5. TERM AND COMMENCEMENT OF SERVICE ''1 DEC20t_0_0_


- . 1 i
5.1 Retail Access Service shall have a minimum term as specified below: i=_.._ __ = /f^/_ _ i
5.1.1 Retail Access Service provided to new Locations shall be for an initial
years over which time (a) the minimum charges shall apply, and (b) the Distribution Contrac_ I
Capacity shall not be reduced.

5.1.2 Retail Access Service provided to existing Locations shall be for an initial minimum term of
one year over which time the minimum charges shall apply.

5.1.3 Under special circumstances the initial term for Retail Access Service may be increased or
reduced at the discretion of the Company.

M/173

Issued: March22, 1999 /_'_ _L_o _ Effective for service rendered on


By: L.G. Garberding /_--% v'Z_A and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President Iq_ _'._/
03 authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer
2000 Second Avenue
I__ oN
0V 2 9 199 Public Service Commission in Case
No. U-11452 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. EC2e
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. EC2e
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2d)

2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE (Continued)


2.8 Metering

2.8.1 All load served under this rider shall be metered. All three-phase customers shall be required to
install interval Demand Meters. Single-phase customers shall be required to install energy meters.

2.8.2 Metering equipment for Customers taking retail access service shall be furnished, installed, read,
maintained and owned by Detroit Edison.

2.9 Meter Reading

2.9.1 All Customers with Interval Demand Meters shall have meter reading accomplished electronically
through Customer-provided telecommunication links or other electronic data methods able to
provide Detroit Edison the metering data necessary to bill the customer and conform to required
metering accuracy. The Alternative Electric Supplier shall have direct access to meter data through
the same means as Detroit Edison, once the Customer is enrolled, without any further
documentation or permission from the Customer.

The Company shall commence retail choice service upon installation of appropriate demand
meters. Customers will have up to two months from service enrollment to complete the installation
of telemetry. In the interim, the customer meters shall be read manually at no extra charge in return
for a customer commitment to install telemetry within the two-month time period. Failure to meet
this two-month time frame will result in the imposition of manual meter reading charges for the
initial two months and subsequent months preceding installation and operation of telemetry.

2.9.2 If a Customer is not able to allow sharing of the telephone line, the Customer shall obtain a
separate telephone line for such purposes as paying all charges in connection therewith. The
Customer is responsible for assuring the performance of the telephone line. If the telephone line
used for metering is out of service, Detroit Edison will retrieve the data manually for a fee of $12/
month (one reading). In the event that the telephone line service is out for three consecutive
months, the Customer’s retail access service may be terminated and the Customer may be
transferred to service under Detroit Edison’s full requirement tariffs subject to the provisions of
Section 5.3.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
(Continued on Sheet No. EC2f)
11-28-06
DATE _____________________

Michigan Public Service


Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. EC2e
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. EC2e
Chanqes made to reflect Order No. U-13808

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2d)

2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE (Continued)


2.8 Metering

2.8.1 All load served under this tariff shall be metered. All three-phase customers shall be required to
install Interval Demand Meters. Single-phase customers shall be required to install energy meters.
Demand Conversion Tables will be used to compute single-phase customers' demand for the
purpose of determining the system use charge.

2.8.2 Metering equipment for Customers taking retail access service shall be furnished, installed, read,
maintained and owned by Detroit Edison.

2.9 Meter Reading

2.9.1 All Customers with Interval Demand Meters shall have meter reading accomplished electronically
through Customer-provided telecommunication links or other electronic data methods able to
provide Detroit Edison the metering data necessary to bill the customer and conform to required
metering accuracy. The Alternative Electric Supplier shall have direct access to meter data through
.. the same means as Detroit Edison, once the Customer is enrolled, without any further
documentation or permission from the Customer.

The Company shall commence retail choice service upon installation of appropriate demand
meters. Customers will have up=to two months from service enrollment to complete the installation
of telemetry. In the interim, the customer meters shall be read manually at no extra charge in return
for a customer commitment to instal[ telemetry within the two-month time period. Failure to meet
this two-month time frame will-result in the imposition of manual meter reading charges for the
initial two months and subsequent months preceding installation and operation of telemetry.

2.9.2 If a Customer is not able to allow sharing_of the telephone line, the Customer shall obtain a
separate telephone line forsuch"purposes as paying all charges in connection therewith. The
Customer is responsible for assuring the performance of the telephone line. If the telephone line
used for metering is out of service; Detroit Edison will retrieve the data manually for a fee of $12/
month (one reading). In the event that the telephone line service is out for three consecutive
months, the Customer's retail access service may be terminated and the Customer may be:
transferred to Service under Detroit Edison's full requirement tadffs subject to the provisions of
Section 5.3.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. EC2f)

ISSUED DECEMBER 14, 2004 commission .EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON


M.E. CHAMPLEY - AND AFTER NOVEMBER 24, 2004
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
REGULATORY AFFAIRS January 4, 2005 UNDER AUTHORITY
MICHIGAN OF ORDER
PUBLIC SERVICE OF THE
COMMISSION

DETROIT, MICHIGAN I I Michigan


P_ublic
Service I IN CASENOVEMBER
NO. U-1380823, 2004
Filed_(_r _:_ DATED
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Second Revised Sheet No. EC2e
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC2e
(Revised to comply with Order dated April 26, 2002 in Case No. U.12489)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

2.8 Metering

2.8.1 All load served under this tariff shall be metered. All three-phase customers shall be
required to install interval-demand meters. Single-phase customers shaft be required to
install energy meters. Demand Conversion Tables will be used to compute single-phase
customers" demand for the purpose of determining the system use charge.

2.8.2 Metering equipment for Customers taking retail access service shall be furnished,
installed,.read,-maintained and .ownedby. Detroit Edison.

2.9 Meter Reading

2.9.1 All Customers with Interval Demand Meters shall have meter reading accomplished
electronically through Customer-provided telecommunication links or other electronic data
methods able to provide Detroit Edison the metering data necessary to bill the customer and
conform to required metering accuracy. The Alternative Electric Supplier shall have direct access
to meter data through the same means as Detroit Edison, once the Customer is enrolled, without
any further documentation or permission from the Customer.

The Company shall commence retail choice service upon installation of appropriate demand
meters. Customers will have up to two months from service enrollment to complete the installation
of telemetry. In the interim, the customer meters shall be read manually at no extra charge in
return for a customer commitment to install telemetry within the two-month time period. Failure to
meet this two-month time frame will result in the imposition of manual meter reading charges for
the initial two months and subsequent months preceding installation and operation of telemetry.

2.9.2 If a Customer is not able to allow sharing of the telephone line, the Customer shall obtain
a separate telephone line for such purposes as paying all charges in connection therewith. The
Customer is responsible for assuring the performance of the telephone line. If the telephone line
used for metering is out of service, Detroit Edison will retrieve the data manually for a fee of $12/
month (one reading). In the event that the telephone line service is out for three consecutive
months, the Customer's retail access service may be terminated and the Customer may be
transferred to service under Detroit Edison's full requirement tariffs subject to the provisions of
Section 5.4.

M/174 _)_._E____-____
]

Issued: May 24, 2002 "<'_'°\__L_cL.b'%_'O._, Effective for service rendered on


By: H.L. Dow III /-._" _I-_ and after April 22, 2002 under
Senior Vice President /r_ _-_'_ authority of order of the Michigan
[_ JUN z__...._I
Strategic Planning
2000 Second & Development
Avenue t_ .. LUUL _l Public Servicedated
No. U-12489 Commission
April 26,in2002.
Case

Detroit, Michigan 48226 __ <'/


THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2e
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EC2e

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

2.8 Metering

2.8.1 All Load served under this tariff shall be metered. All Customers receiving electric
service at 4,800 volts or greater shall be required to install Interval Demand Meters.

2.8.2 Customers receiving electric service at 480 volts or less, through Detroit Edison-owned
transformation and a Customer Service Capacity of less than 300 kW will have metering
requirements as follows:

Service Required Metering

Regular Interval Demand Meter

Optional Service Energy Meter

2.8.3 Metering equipment for Customers taking retail access service shall be furnished,
installed, read, maintained and owned by Detroit Edison.

2.9 Meter Reading

2.9.1 For Customers with Interval Demand Meters, meter reading may be accomplished
electronically through Customer-provided telecommunication links or other electronic data
methods able to provide Detroit Edison the metering data necessary to bill the customer and
conform to required metering accuracy. In the event Detroit Edison maintains the customer on the
same meter read cycles, it will be the Customer's option of installing data links for remote meter
reading or allowing Detroit Edison to read by conventional means. The Alternative Electric
Supplier shall have direct access to meter data through the same means as Detroit Edison, once
the Customer is enrolled, without any further documentation or permission from the Customer.

2.9.2 If a Customer is not able to allow sharing of the telephone line, the Customer shall obtain
a separate telephone line for such purposes as paying all charges in connection therewith. The
Customer is responsible for assuring the performance of the telephone line. If the telephone line
used for metering is out of service, Detroit Edison will retrieve the data manually for a fee of $12/
month (one reading). In the event that the telephone line service is out for three consecutive
months, the Customer's retail access service may be terminated and the Customer may be
transferred to service under Detroit Edison's full requirement tariffs subject to the provisions of
Section 5.4.
CANCELLED BY ORDER
IN CASE NO. U-/o-,/oc;7

M/174 APR2 6 2002:

Issued: January 18, 2002 Effective for l _Y_ _-_


By: H.L. Dow III and after December 20, 2001 under
Senior Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2e
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

5.1.4 Upon completion of the initial term, Retail Access Service shall continue on a month to month
basis until terminated by the Customer or the Company with 30 days notice.

5.2 Customers may discontinue Retail Access Service and return to the Company's full
requirements service upon mutual agreement between the Customer and the Company. The
Customer may initiate this return to full requirements service by contacting the Company directly or
through its Retailer. The Company has no obligation to verify that the Customer is eligible to
terminate the service under the terms of a contract with its Retailer. Such full requirements service
shall be for a period of at least one year.

5.3 Retail Access Service may not commence until metering has been installed as specified in this
Tariff or agreements related thereto and the Company has received from the part!es involved:

Marketer: (i) an executed Transmission Service Agreement,

(ii) agreements between the Marketer and the company as specified in


Section 8 of th=s Tariff,

Retailer: (i) the Retailer's warranty that the Retailer has obtained all necessary
approvals authorizing the Retailer to conduct business at each Location to
be served, and

(ii) the Retailer's warranty that each enrollment submitted is in full


compliance with all Company requirements for enrollment, backed by a
contract between the Retailer and the Customer that authorizes Detroit
Edison to switch the Customer to Retail Access Service.

6. RATES AND CHARGES

Description of Charges

6.1 Service Charge: The Service Charge shall apply to each Location served under this tariff.

6.2 System Use Charge: The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and
the Customer's maximum demand, at each voltage level, for each Location. The maximum demand
shall be the highest 30-minute integrated kW demand created during the previous 12 billing months at
each voltage level (whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit Edison retail
tariff or contract), including the current month but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract
Capacity.

CANCELLED BY ORDER
IN CASE NO. U- .--

M/174 REM0VEDB I
Issued: March 22, 1999 /'_'_'_v'_ _L_'O _'_'O_"_, Effective for service rendered on
By: L.G. Garberding /_-_ "O_\ and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President /r_'._ -___"_-_ authority of order of the Michigan
2000 Second Avenue 2 9 1 No. U-11452 dated March 8. 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226

and Chief Financial Officer _V'-_ 9__ Public Service Commission in Case
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. EC2f
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. EC2f
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2e)

2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE (Continued)


2.9.3 Energy and non-Interval Demand Meters will be read by conventional means and the Customer
will not be required to provide a telephone service.

2.9.4 The switch of a Customer’s account from one supplier to another will normally take place on the
scheduled meter reading date for that Customer (the Effective Date) and be based on the reading
made that same day. If an actual meter reading is not made on the Effective Date, Detroit Edison
will read the meter within five (5) business days of the date in which Detroit Edison determines that
the scheduled actual meter reading has not occurred. The meter reading on the Effective Date will
be determined on a pro rated basis based on the actual meter reading. Detroit Edison’s failure to
read meters in the time frames noted, through no fault of the Customer, shall not result in penalties
of any type to the Customer. Except for actions outside the scope of Detroit Edison's control and
storms or other events or occurrences that render the reading of meters physically impossible,
customer's bills for Detroit Edison distribution services will be reduced by 1/30 for each day Detroit
Edison meter reads are late past a three day grace period.

2.10 Meter Errors and Telephone Failures

Billing where metering errors and malfunctions have taken place shall be performed as follows:

2.10.1 For Energy and non-Interval Demand Metered Customers where metered data is not available
due to metering errors, malfunctions, or otherwise, the usage will be estimated using the procedure
described in the billing rule B-4.2 (2) Estimated Billing.

2.10.2 For Interval Demand Metered Customers where metered data is not available due to metering
errors, malfunctions, or otherwise, the usage will be estimated using the available historical data for
the Customer.

2.10.3 Where incorrect billing results from calculation error discovered by either Detroit Edison, the
Alternative Electric Supplier or the Customer, the error will be corrected and revised bills for the
Customer and the Alternative Electric Supplier will be calculated and settled on the next billing
period after the error is discovered. Billing errors discovered by Detroit Edison shall be adjusted as
provided for in the Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Billing Rules.

2.10.4 Liability for meter or calculation errors or malfunctions shall be assigned or apportioned to the
appropriate party based on fault.

3. CHARACTER OF SERVICE
3.1 Detroit Edison furnishes alternating current service at a nominal frequency of 60 hertz 24 hours a day,
subject to interruption by tariff, by agreement, by advance notice, by accident or by other causes not under
the reasonable control of Detroit Edison.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. EC2g)
Michigan Public Service
Commission
ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY
January 31, 2006 AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Third Revised Sheet No. EC2f
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. EC2f
(Revised to comply with Order dated April 26, 2002 in Case No. U-12489)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

2.9.3 For single-phase Customers, meters will be read by conventional means and the
Customer will not be required to provide a telephone service.

2.9.4 The switch of a Customer's account from one supplier to another will normally take place
on the scheduled meter reading date for that Customer (the Effective Date) and be based on the
reading made that same day. If an actual meter reading is not made on the Effective Date, Detroit
Edison will read the meter within five (5) business days of the date in which Detroit Edison
determines that the scheduled actual meter reading has not occurred. The meter reading on the
...... Effective Datewillbe.determined on.a prorated basis,based.on.,the.actual meter reading...Detroit
Edison's failure to read meters in the time frames noted, through no fault of the Customer, shall
not result in penalties of any type to the Customer. Except for actions outside the scope of
Detroit Edison's control and storms or other events or occurrences that render the reading of
meters physically impossible, customer's bills for Detroit Edison distribution services will be
reduced by 1/30 for each day Detroit Edison meter reads are late past a three day grace period.

2.10 Meter Errors and Telephone Failures

Billing where metering errors and malfunctions have taken place shall be performed as follows:

2.10.1 For Energy Metered Customers where metered data is not available due to metering
errors, malfunctions, or otherwise, the usage will be estimated using the procedure described in
the billing rule B-4.2 (2) Estimated Billing.

2.10.2 For Interval Demand Metered Customers where metered data is not available due to
metering errors, malfunctions, or otherwise, the usage will be estimated using the available
historical data for the Customer.

2.10.3 Where incorrect billing results from calculation error discovered by either Detroit Edison,
the Alternative Electric Supplier or the Customer, the error will be corrected and revised bills for
the Customer and the Alternative Electric Supplier will be calculated and settled on the next billing
period after the error is discovered. Billing errors discovered by Detroit Edison shall be adjusted
as provided for in the Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Billing Rules.

2.10.4 Liability for meter or calculation errors or malfunctions shall be assigned or apportioned to
the appropriate party based on fault.

3. Character Of Service

3.1 Detroit Edison furnishes alternating current service at a nominal frequency of 60 hertz 24 hours a
day, subject to interruption by tariff, by agreement, by advance notice, by accident or by other causes not
under the reasonable control of Detroit Edison.
CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________
M/175

" /'%;5 _ _:t._'V,,:,"_


Issued: May 24, 2002 /'_:._v'..-
,/,,,3 _-,_L_t_}
"u q,_,'_
" O_\ Effective for service rendered on
and after April 27_2002 under
By: H.L. Dow III
Senior Vice President L_*" "_-z,\ authority of order of the Michigan

Strategic Planning & Development t'-_l_J U[_] zJ:;2002_t_j Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue _¢__. _- _] No. U-12489 dated April 26, 2002.

Detroit, Michigan 48226 __


THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Second Revised Sheet No. EC2f
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC2f

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

2.9.3 For Optional Energy Metered Customers, meters will be read by conventional means and
the Customer will not be required to provide a telephone service.

2.9.4 The switch of a Customer's account from one supplier to another will normally take place
on the scheduled meter reading date for that Customer (the Effective Date) and be based on the
reading made that same day. If an actual meter reading is not made on the Effective Date, Detroit
Edison will read the meter within five (5) business days of the date in which Detroit Edison
determines that the scheduled actual meter reading has not occurred. The meter reading on the
Effective Date will be determined on a pro rated basis based on the actual meter reading. Detroit
Edison's failure to read meters in the time frames noted, through no fault of the Customer, shall
not result in penalties of any type to the Customer. Except for actions outside the scope of
Detroit :Edison's control and storms or other events or occurrences that render the reading of
meters physically impossible, customer's bills for Detroit Edison distribution services will be
reduced by 1/30 for each day Detroit Edison meter reads are late past a three day grace period.

2.10 Meter Errors and Telephone Failures

Billingwhere metering errors and malfunctions have taken place shall be performed as follows:

2.10.1 For Energy Metered Customers where metered data is not available due to metering
errors, malfunctions, or otherwise, the usage will be estimated using the procedure described in
the billing rule B-4.2 (2) Estimated Billing.

2.10.2 For Interval Demand Metered Customers where metered data is not available due to
metering errors, malfunctions, or otherwise, the usage will be estimated using the available
historical data for the Customer.

2.10.3 Where incorrect billing results from calculation error discovered by either Detroit Edison,
the Alternative Electric Supplier or the Customer, the error will be corrected and revised bills for
the Customer and the Alternative Electric Supplier will be calculated and settled on the next billing
period after the error is discovered. Billing errors discovered by Detroit Edison shall be adjusted
as provided for in the Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Billing Rules.

2.10.4 Liability for meter or calculation errors or malfunctions shall be assigned or apportioned to
the appropriate party based on fault.

3. Character Of Service

3.1 Detroit Edison furnishes alternating current service at a nominal frequency of 60 hertz 24 hours a
day, subject to interruption by tariff, by agreement, by advance notice, by accident or by other causes not
under the reasonable control of Detroit Edison.

CANCELLED BY ORDEF
IN CASE NO. U-12._f7

M/175 _PR _ 6 ZOO;;)

_,,_: _ REMOVEDBY../+/--#

Issued: January 18, 2002 ,/_,_\t_ _ Effective for service rendered on


Senior Vice President u) authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226
By: H.L. Dow III __r,5 c__ and after December 20, 2001 under
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2f
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Oriqinal Sheet No. EC2f
(To reflect 5%securitization rate reduction.)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

6.3 Distribution Contract Capacity: Customers shall contract for an amount of capacity sufficient to
meet the maximum requirements of the Load connected to the Company's Distribution System at the
Customer's Location. Customers not having previously established service requirements shall contract
with the Company for a specified Distribution Contract Capacity in kilowatts sufficient to meet
maximum requirements for each Location. Customers having previously established maximum demands
prior to transferring from retail, full requirements service to Retail Access Service shall have their
Distribution Contract Capacity set at their highest 30-minute integrated demand created during the
previous 12 billing months for each Location at each voltage level. The Company will provide the
necessary facilities to deliver electric power from its distribution system at the Distribution Contract
Capacity. Subject to the provisions of the Company's Rules, any incremental cost incurred by the
Company to provide the necessary facilities to meet the Customer's increased demand for distribution
services over the Distribution Contract Capacity existing when service commences under this tariff
shall be the responsibility of the Customer. Once established, the Distribution Contract Capacity shall
not decrease during the contract term unless there is a specific permanent reduction in connected load.
Any single 30-minute integrated reading of the demand meter in any month that exceeds the
Distribution Contract Capacity then in effect shall become the new Distribution Contract Capacity.

•6.4 Redundant Service- Redundant services requestecl by the Customer may be provided under
separate agreement.

6.5 Substation Charge: A substation charge shall apply to Customers with service at a service
voltage level of 24kV or above who are provided service through a substation owned by the Company
and dedicated to the Customer's use. The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate
and the Customer's maximum demand.

6.6 Transition Charge: THIS CHARGE WAS INSTITUTED BY MPSC ORDER NO. U-12478 AND
WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL 12/31/01 AT WHICH TIME THE TRANSITION CHARGE WILL BE
EQUAL TO THE THEN APPLICABLE SECURITIZA TION BOND (SB) AND SECURITIZA T/ON BOND TAX _
(SBT) CHARGES OR WILL BE SET BY THE COMMISSION IN ITS ORDER ISSUED IN CASE U-12639
(EXPECTED EFFECTIVE DATE OF 1/1/02) FROM WHICH A TRANSITION CHARGE CAN BE DERIVED
THAT RECOGNIZES THE EFFECT OF SECURITIZATION ON DETROIT EDISON'S TOTAL STRANDED
COSTS. TO DETERMINE THE TRANSITION CHARGE, THE CUSTOMER'S COST TO ACHIEVE
PARTICIPATION IN THE PHASE-IN OF ELECTRIC CHOICE (THE BID TRANSITION CHARGE) WILL BE
SPLIT INTO TWO COMPONENTS, ONE EQUAL TO THE SB CHARGE AND THE SBT CHARGE AND
THE SECOND, KNOWN AS THE TRANSITION CHARGE, EQUAL TO THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE
BID TRANSITION CHARGE AND THE SB AND SBT CHARGES.

EQUALIZATION ADJUSTMENT: THROUGH 12/31/01 THE TRANSITION CHARGE WILL BE


REDUCED BY AN EQUALIZATION ADJUSTMENT. THE EQUALIZATION ADJUSTMENT FOR
PARTICIPANTS IN ELECTRIC CHOICE ARE AS FOLLOWS:

RESIDENTIAL 0.46C/KWH
COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL SECONDARY 0.48C/KWH
COMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL PRIMARY 0.28¢/KI_HCANCELLED BY ORDER
THESE ADJUSTMENTS EXPIRE ON 12/31/01 IN CASE NO. U- .

z
/,_TP " _'"-0 _6_\ .REMOVED BY
Issued:April 6, 2001 [_ O0\ Effectivefor service renderedor_J
By: L.G. Garberding /_ ///br_ .---._
Executive Vice President 3 0 authority of order of the Michigan
_!__ "IT 200]_t andafterApril14,2001under
2000 Second Avenue _,_ No. U-12478 dated November2 T2000.

and Chief Financial Officer \ __,__.- _ / '_ t Public Service Commission in Case
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2f
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

6.3 Distribution Contract Capacity: Customers shall contract for an amount of capacity sufficient
to meet the maximum requirements of the Load connected to the Company's Distribution System at
the Customer's Location. Customers not having previously established service requirements shall
contract with the Company for a specified Distribution Contract Capacity in kilowatts sufficient to
meet maximum requirements for each Location. Customers having previously established maximum
demands prior to transferring from retail, full requirements service to Retail Access Service shall have
their Distribution Contract Capacity set at their highest 30-minute integrated demand created during
the previous 12 billing months for each Location at each voltage level. The Company will provide the
necessary facilities to deliver electric power from its distribution system at the Distribution Contract
Capacity. Subject to the provisions of the Company's Rules, any incremental cost incurred by the
Company to provide the necessary facilities to meet the Customer's increased demand for distribution
services over the Distribution Contract Capacity existing when service commences under this tariff
shall be the responsibility of the Customer. Once established, the Distribution Contract Capacity shall
not decrease during the contract term unless there is a specific permanent reduction in connected
load. Any single 30-minute integrated reading of the demand meter in any month that exceeds the
Distribution Contract Capacity then in effect shall become the new Distribution Contract Capacity.

6.4 Redundant Service: Redundant services requested by the Customer may be provided under
separate agreement.

6.5 Substation Charge" A substation charge shall apply to Customers with service at a service
voltage level of 24kV or above who are provided service through a substation owned by the Company
and dedicated to the Customer's use. The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable
rate and the Customer's maximum demand.

6.6 Transition Charge: The Transition Charge recovers the costs associated with implementing
the restructuring of the electric power supply industry.

CANCELLED BY ORDER
IN CASE NO. U- _/

NOV0 g'2000

M/175 REMOVEDBY _._ I

Issued: March 22, 1999 Effective for service rendered on


By: L.G. Garberding and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-11452 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. EC2g
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC2g

_ Chanqes made to reflect OrderNo. U-13808 CANCELLED


BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________
(Continued From Sheet No. EC2f)
NAP
REMOVED BY_______________

3. CHARACTER OF SERVICE (Continued) DATE 11-28-06


_____________________

3.2 For Single-Phase Distribution Service, Detroit Edison provides service at differing voltages available in
differing configurations within its service territory. These include, but are not limited to, single-phase
secondary alternating current service at 120/240 volts. In some districts current is supplied from a Y-
connected secondary network at 208Y/120 volts. Customers who are considering locating new load or who
are considering adding load at an existing Location should contact Detroit Edison to determine what service
is available at a particular Location to serve their Load.

3.3 For Three-Phase Distribution Service, Detroit Edison provides service at differing voltages available in
differing configurations within its service territory. These include, but are not limited to, alternating current,
three-phase service at nominal 4,800, 13,200, 24,000, 41 570 or 120,000 volts which may be transformed to
lower voltages through Detroit Edison-owned transformation equipment. Where three-phase service is
supplied at 480Y/277 volts through Detroit Edison-owned transformation equipment, the Customer must
furnish any transformation for the supply of its 120/240 volt requirements. Customers who are considering
locating new load or who are considering adding load at an existing Location should Contact Detroit Edison
i to determine what service is available at a particular Location to serve their Load.

4. AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE
/

4.1 A customer site with load connected to Detroit Edison's Distribution System throuqh a metered
=. delivery point capable of defiverin.q the required power that meets the el_qibility requirements set
forth in Section 2.3 shall be eliqible for Retail Access Service.

5. TERMI COMMENCEMENT OF SERVICE AND RETURN TO FULL SERVICE


5.1 Ter m

5.1.1 Retail access service shall have a minimum term of two years subject to the provisions of Section
5.3. Upon completion=of the initial term, retail access service shall continue on a month to month =
basis until terminated by the Customer or Detroit Edisonwith 30 clays written notice. Any customer
who elected retail access service p#or to the Commission's final order in U-13808 will be
subiect to a minimum term of one year.

When more than 10% of the customer load in kWh for any of the three rate classes - residential,
commercial, and industrial- is taking open access service, customers in that class mdst provide 60
days written notice.

If an Alternative Electric Supplier defaults, a Customer who returns to full service before the 30 or 60
days elapse shall pay the higher of the tariff rate or market based rate until Detroit Edison has
received the benefit of 30 or 60 days notice, at which time the customer may elect to remain on fu}l
service for 12 months and pay tariff rates as provided for in Section 5.3. All other customers who fail
to give less than 30 or 60 days notice are subject to Detroit Edison's ability to supply their
requirements.

5.1.2 The terms of service associated with any previously contracted or newly initiated service are
specified below:

Retail access servic e provided to new locations served by Detroit Edison shall be for an initial
minimum term of five years over which time the minimum charqes shall apply. Contributions
in AM of Construction for distribution facilities will be per tariff rate.

(Continued on Sheet No. EC2h)

Michigan Public Service


ISSUED DECEMBER 14, 2004 commission EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER NOVEMBER 24, 2004

REGULATORY AFFAIRS
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT I January 4, 20051 MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE
UNDER AUTHORITY COMMISSION
OF ORDER OF THE
DATED NOVEMBER 23, 2004
DETROIT, MICHIGAN Filed (_/_ _3, IN CASE NO. U-13808
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2g
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EC2g

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

3.2 For Single-Phase Distribution Service, Detroit Edison provides service at differing voltages
available in differing configurations within its service territory. These include, but are not limited to, single-
phase secondary alternating current service at 120/240 volts, in some districts current is supplied from a
Y- connected secondary network at 208Y/120 volts. Customers who are considering locating new load or
who are considering adding load at an existing Location should contact Detroit Edison to determine what
service is available at a particular Location to serve their Load.

3.3 For Three-Phase Distribution Service, Detroit Edison provides service at differing voltages
available in differing configurations within its service territory. These include, but are not limited to,
alternating current, three-phase service at nominal 4,800, 13,200, 24,000, 41,570 or 120,000 volts which
may be transformed to lower voltages through Detroit Edison-owned transformation equipment. Where
three-phase service is supplied at 480Y/277 volts through Detroit Edison-owned transformation
equipment, the Customer must furnish any transformation for the supply of its 120/240 volt requirements.
Customers who are considering locating new load or who are considering adding load at an existing
Location should contact Detroit Edison to determine what service is available at a particular Location to
serve their Load.

4. Availability of Service

4.1 Until December 31, 2001, eligibility for retail access service will be determined using the open
bidding procedure described in the bidding section of this tariff, as authorized by the Commission in their
March 8, 1999 order in case number U-11290. The amount bid becomes the amount of the Transition
Charge to be paid by the Customer for all kWh consumed through December 31, 2001 by Customers
taking retail access service. Retail access service will continue for these Customers through the transition
to full retail access on January 1, 2002. However, Transition Charges will change as described in Section
8.4.

5. Term, Commencement of Service and Return to Full Service

5.1 Retail access service shall have a minimum term of one year subject to the provisions of 5.4.
Upon completion of the initial term, retail access service shall continue on a month to month basis until
terminated by the Customer or Detroit Edison with 30 days written notice.

When more than 10% of the customer load in kWh for any of the three rate classes--residential,
commercial, and industrial--is taking open access service, customers in that class must provide 60 days
written notice.

If an Alternative Electric Supplier defaults, a Customer who returns to full service before 30 days elapse
shall pay the higher of the tariff rate or market based rate until Detroit Edison has received the benefit of
30 or 60 days notice, at which time the customer may elect to remain on full service for 12 months and
pay tariff rates as provided for in 5.4. All other customers who fail to give less than 30 or 60 days no.tice
are subject to Detroit Edison's ability to supply their requirements.

6 i "

Issued: January 18, 2002 - Effectiv_o-rservice rendered on


By: H.L. Dow Ill _ = _ December 20, 2001 under
SeniorVice President F E I_ _ 6; _00_2 authorityof order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development _._._ Public Service Commission in Case

Detroit, Michigan 48226


2000 Second Avenue __ No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2g
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

Application of Charges

6.7 Minimum Charge: The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of
the Service Charge, the System Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

6.8 Three-Phase Distribution Service: Customers receiving three-phase Retail Access Service shall
pay the Company a rate computed as the sum of the following charges:

24 or 120 kV
13.2 kV and below 41.6 kV and above
Secondary Primary

Service Charge $5.95 $450 $450 $450


(S/month)

System Use Charge $3.42 $2.47 $0.57 $0.24


($/kW/month)

Substation Charge N/A N/A $0.36 $1.18


($/kW/month)

Surcharges and Credits Schedule Schedule Schedule Schedule


B4.9 B4.9 B4.9 B4.9

Any additional Transition, True-Up Charges, Surcharges and Credits as may be approved by
the Commission.

All kWh charges will be based on the metered quantity as determined by the meters at the
Customer Locations.

6.9 Single-Phase Distribution Service: Customers receiving single-phase Retail Access Service shall
pay the Company a rate computed as the sum of the following charges:
Single-Phase

Service Charge (S/month) $ 5.95 CANCELLED BY (DRDI_F-I


IN CASE NO. U- ._.
System Use Charge ($/kW/month) $3.42 I_'/
DEC2 0
Surcharges and Credits Schedule

B4.9 _REMOVEDBY_-t
Any additional Transition, True-Up Charges, Surcharges and Credits as may 'be approved by(_he
Commission.

All kWh charges will be based on the metered quantity as determined by the ,_ters at the Customer
Locations.

M/176

Issued: March 22, 1999 Effective for service rendered on


By: L.G. Garberding and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-11452 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. EC2h
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. EC2h
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2g)

5. TERM, COMMENCEMENT OF SERVICE AND RETURN TO FULL SERVICE


(Continued)
Service provided to existing locations shall be for the unexpired portion of any existing contract but
not less than a term of one year over which time the minimum charges shall apply.

After the expiration of the contract minimum term for Retail Access Service, the contract shall be
extended thereafter, from month-to-month.

Minimum charges shall be adjusted each year to recognize actual demand.

5.2 Commencement of Service

5.2.1 Retail access service shall be initiated by a Customer choosing an Alternative Electric Supplier and
the subsequent submission of an electronic enrollment by the Alternative Electric Supplier on behalf
of the Customer in a manner specified by Detroit Edison. Alternative Electric Supplier submission of
the enrollment warrants that a valid contract with the prospective Customer exists. Detroit Edison
shall be required to complete all open access enrollment activities required of it to get the enrollment
to “site-ready” status within the timeframes specified in Section 2.5.

5.2.2 Retail access service may not commence until metering has been installed as specified in this Rider
or agreements related thereto and:

MISO has received from the Marketer an executed Transmission Service Agreement.

In addition, Detroit Edison must have received from the Alternative Electric Supplier:

(i) the Alternative Electric Supplier’s warranty, that the Alternative Electric Supplier has obtained all
necessary approvals authorizing the Alternative Electric Supplier to conduct business at each
Location to be served, and

(ii) the Alternative Electric Supplier’s warranty, that each enrollment submitted is in full compliance
with requirements for enrollment, and is backed by proper authorization from the Customer
allowing the Alternative Electric Supplier to enroll the Customer in retail access.

5.3 Return to Full Service

5.3.1 In addition to the written notice provided in 5.1, a Customer shall provide Detroit Edison with notice
no later than December 1st if the Customer will be taking full service from Detroit Edison during the
following summer. For this purpose, “summer” means Detroit Edison regularly scheduled billing
periods beginning June 1st through September 30th. Customers who so notify Detroit Edison shall be
obligated to take full service from Detroit Edison for twelve months and pay for such service at any
tariff rate for which the customer qualifies.

If a Customer does not provide Detroit Edison with written notice prior to December 1st and then
takes full service from Detroit Edison during the following summer, the Customer shall pay Detroit
Edison the higher of (a) the applicable tariff energy prices plus 10% or (b) the Market Priced Power
charges plus 10% until such time as the minimum two year commitment to retail open access service
st
has been met and the December 1 written notice requirement has been met.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________ (Continued on Sheet No. EC2i)
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
Filed _______________
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. EC2h
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. EC2h
Chanqes made to reflect Order No. U-13808

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2g)

5. TERM, COMMENCEMENT OF SERVICE AND RETURN TO FULL SERVICE


(Continued)
Service provided to existing locations shall be for the unexpired portion of any existinq
contract but not less than a term of one year over which time the minimum charqes shall
aDDIV.

After the expiiation of the contract minimum term for Retail Access Service, the contract shall
be extended thereafter, from month-to-month.

Minimum charqes shall be adiusted each year to recoqnize actual demand.

5.2 Commencement of Service

5.2.1 Retail access service shaft be initiated by a Customer choosing an Alternative Electric
Supplier and the subsequent submission of an electronic enrollment by the Alternative
Electric Supplier on behalf of the Customer in a manner specified by Detroit Edison.
Alternative Electric Supplier submission of the enrollment warrants that a valid contract with
the prospective Customer exists. Detroit Edison shaft be required to complete aft open access
enrollment activities required of it to qet the enrollment to "site-ready" status within the
timeframes specified in Section 2.5.

5.2.2 Retail access service may not commence until meterinq has been installed as specified in this
Tariff or aqreements related thereto and: -

MISO has received from the Marketer an executed TransmissionService AqreemenL

in addition, Detroit Edison must have received from the Alternative Electric Supplier:

(i_ the Alternative Electric Supplier's warranty_ that the Alternative Electric Suppfier has
obtained all necessary approvals authorizinq the Alternative Electric Supplier to conduct
business at each Location to be servedT and

(ii) the Alternative Electric Supplier's warranty, that each enrollment submitted is in full.
compliance with requirements for enroilmentt and is backed=by proper authorization from
the Customer ailowinq the Alternative Electric Supplier to enroll the Customer in retail
access. . •

5.3 Return to Full Service

5.3.1 In addition to the written notice provided in 5.1, a Customer shall provide Detroit Edison with
notice no later than December 1= if the Customer will be takinq full service from Detroit
Edison during the foflowing summer. For this purposer "summer" means Detroit Edison
_ regularly scheduled billing periods beginning June I s_throuqh September 30 . Customers
who so notify Detroit Edison shaft be obliqated to take full service from Detroit Edison for
twelve months and pay for such service at any tariff rate for which the customer qualifies.

If a Customer does not provide Detroit Edison with written notice prior to December I st and
then takes full service from Detroit Edison during the following summer, the Customer shaft
pay Detroit Edison the hi.qher of (a) the applicable tariff energy prices plus 10% or (b) the
CANCELLED
BY Market Priced Power charqes plus 10% until such time as the minimum two year commitment
U-14399
ORDER ____________________ to retail open access service has been met and the December 1_ written notice requirement
has been meL
RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________ (Continued on Sheet No. EC2i)

Michigan Public Service


ISSUED DECEMBER 14, 2004 Commission EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON
M;E. CHAMPLEY I AND AFTER NOVEMBER 24, 2004
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
REGULATORY AFFAIRS r January 4,
, 20051 UNDER AUTHORITY
MICHIGAN OF ORDER
PUBLIC SERVICE OF THE
COMMISSION

DETROIT, MICHIGAN Filed IN CASENOVEMBER


DATED NO. U-1380823, 2004
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Second Revised Sheet No. EC2h
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC2h
(Revised to comply with Order dated April 26, 2002 in Case No. U.12489; some text deleted)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

The terms of service associated with any previously contracted or newly initiated service are specified
below:

5.1.1 Retail Access Service provided to new locations served by Detroit Edison shall be for an
initial minimum term of five years over which time the minimum charges shall apply. Contributions
in Aid of Construction for distribution facilities will be per tariff rate.

5.1.2 Retail Access Service provided to existing locations shall be for the unexpired portion of
-any.existing.contract but not less.than a_ter.m.of one.year.over.which time ,the minimum charges
shall apply. Minimum charges shall be adjusted each year to recognize actual demand.

5.1.3 After the expiration of the contract minimum term for Retail Access Service, the contract
shall be extended thereafter, from month-to-month. Minimum charges shall be adjusted each
year to recognize actual demand.

5.2 Retail access service shall be initiated by a Customer choosing an Alternative Electric Supplier
and the subsequent submission of an electronic enrollment by the Alternative Electric Supplier on behalf of
the Customer in a manner specified by Detroit Edison. Alternative Electric Supplier submission of the
enrollment warrants that a valid contract with the prospective Customer exists. In accordance with Section
2.5, Detroit Edison shall be required to complete, within 45 days, all open access enrollment activities.

5.3 Retail access service may not commence until metering has been installed as specified in this
Tariff or agreements related thereto and:

ITC has received from the Marketer an executed Transmission Service Agreement.

In addition, Detroit Edison must have received from the Alternative Electric Supplier:

(i) the Alternative Electric Supplier's warranty, that the Alternative Electric
Supplier has obtained all necessary approvals authorizing the Alternative Electric
Supplier to conduct business at each Location to be served, and

(ii) the Alternative Electric Supplier's warranty, that each enrollment submitted is
in full compliance with requirements for enrollment, and is backed by proper
authorization from the Customer allowing the Alternative Electric Supplier to enroll
the Customer in retail access.

M/177
'i h,_T£ /- L-/_O__
i

Issued: May 24, 2002 Effective for service rendered on


and after April 22, 2002 under
SeniorVice President JUN zJ:2002
Strategic Planning
By: H.L. Dow Ill & Development (_ ...__) Public Service
authority Commission
of order in Case
of the Michigan
2000 Second Avenue __'/ No. U-12489 dated April 28, 2002.
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2h
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EC2h

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

The terms of service associated with any previously contracted or newly initiated service are specified
below:

5.1.1 Retail Access Service provided to new locations served by Detroit Edison shall be for an
initial minimum term of five years over which time the minimum charges shall apply. Contributions
in Aid of Construction for distribution facilities will be per tariff rate.

5.1.2 Retail Access Service provided to existing locations shall be for the unexpired portion of
any existing contract but not less than a term of one year over which time the minimum charges
shall apply. Minimum charges shall be adjusted each year to recognize actual demand.

5.1.3 After the expiration of the contract minimum term for Retail Access Service, the contract
shall be extended thereafter, from month-to-month. Minimum charges shall be adjusted each
year to recognize actual demand.

5.2 Retail access service shall be initiated by a Customer choosing an Alternative Electric Supplier
and the subsequent submission of an electronic enrollment by the Alternative Electric Supplier on behalf of
the Customer in a manner specified by Detroit Edison. Alternative Electric Supplier submission of the
enrollment warrants that a valid contract with the prospective Customer exists. In accordance with Section
2.5, Detroit Edison shall be required to complete, within 45 days, all open access enrollment activities.

5.3 Retail access service may not commence until metering has been installed as specified in this
Tariff or agreements related thereto and,

ITC has received from the Marketer:

(i) an executed Transmission Service Agreement,

(ii) agreements between the Marketer and ITC as specified in Section 20 of this
Tariff,

In addition, Detroit Edison must have received from the Alternative Electric Supplier:

(i) the Alternative Electric Supplier's warranty that the Alternative Electric Supplier
has obtained all necessary approvals authorizing the Alternative Electric Supplier
to conduct business at each Location to be served, and

(ii) the Alternative Electric Supplier's warranty that each enrollment submitted is in
full compliance with requirements for enrollment, and is backed by proper
authorization from the Customer allowing the Alternative Electric Supplier to enroll
the Customer in retail access.

" CANCELLED BY ORDER


IN CASE NO. U-/;z_'o_/

APR2 6 ZOOZ

i<-_----.-_._;.M/177
t-."_-_"" _"-'_:' --. m REMOVEDBY/H-/4-

Issued: January 18, 2002 t/_ r_ Effective for service rendered on


By: H.L. Dow III /L_" _._\ and after December 20, 2001 under

Senior Vice PresidentDevelopment _-_1_O


StrategicPlanning& FE _ 2 {_='2:007 _1
_!_ authority of order
PublicService of the Michigan
Commissionin Case
2000 Second Avenue _" _-/ No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226 \_ .J
• _.,_ *"
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2h
M.P.SoC.No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

6.10 Power Factor Charge: The Power Factor Charge is expressed in $/kW and is applied to the
single highest 30-minute integrated kW demand during the on-peak billing period. Power Factor
shall be determined at the time of the single highest 30-minute integrated kVAR demand during the
on-peak hours of the billing period and is a function of that kVAR demand and the corresponding
30-minute integrated kW demand for the same period. The Company maintains distribution system
design standards based upon normal operating efficiency levels. Excessive deviations from Power
Factor design limits shall be subject to the Power Factor Charge, require the Customer to take
corrective action, or both. Customers with Power Factors below 70% must take action to correct
Power Factor. Customers served at the 120kV level and above impact the transmission provider's
system and compensation for Power Factors shall be made directly to the transmission provider by
the Customer under the provisions contained in the Open Access Transmission Tariff.

Power Factor Charges ($/kW):

Power Factor
Range 120kVandup 24 or 41.6kV 4.8 or13.2kV

0.850 Per Transmission $0.00 $0.00


or higher Tariff

0.800 to Per Transmission $0.29 $0.31


to 0.849 Tariff

0.750 Per Transmission $0.59 $0.62


to 0.799 Tariff

0.700 Per Transmission $0.88 $0.93


to 0.749 Tariff

0.699 Per Transmission $0.88 $0.93


and below Tariff

CANCELLED BY ORDER
IN CASE NO. U-

M/177
• i
Issued: March 22, 1999 Effective for service rendere_on
By: L.G. Garberding and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-11452 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. EC2i
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. EC2i
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2h)

5. TERM, COMMENCEMENT OF SERVICE AND RETURN TO FULL SERVICE


(Continued)
5.3.2 Subject to the notice provisions of Section 5.3.1, Customers that discontinue retail access service
may return to Detroit Edison Full Service under the following conditions:

5.3.2.1 Option 1 -- 12 Month Service Commitment

If the Customer commits to Detroit Edison Full Service for a minimum of 12 months, then
the Customer may take service under any tariff rate for which the Customer qualifies. Any
returning Customer that commits to remain on full service for the subsequent 12 months
and then fails to do so will be back billed for the higher of the tariff rate or market-based
rate.

5.3.2.2 Option 2 -- Short-Term Service

If the Customer chooses not to commit to Detroit Edison Full Service for a minimum of 12
months, then the Customer may take service under any tariff rate for which the Customer
qualifies, with the tariff rate modified as follows:

The Power Supply Cost Recovery component, both base and adjustment factor, in any
and all energy prices of the tariff, shall be subtracted from the energy prices and the
Market Priced Power charge shall be added to the energy prices. The Market Priced
Power charge shall reflect the current market value of energy, shall be based on visible
indexes of electricity market prices plus reasonable charges for transmission and losses,
and shall be calculated according to methods approved by the Michigan Public Service
Commission. The Customer shall be billed the higher of the applicable tariff energy prices
or the Market Priced Power charge.

The Customer may at any time return to retail access service or agree to take Detroit
Edison Full Service for a minimum of 12 months.

5.3.2.3 Unless otherwise provided for and subject to other conditions in this Rider, a Customer
may return to Detroit Edison Full Service under the provisions of Section 5.3 and
subsequently go back to retail access service no more than once in any month.

6. Billing and Payment

6.1 Detroit Edison will bill the Customer for retail access service at the rates and charges outlined in Section 8.

6.2 The Customer shall pay Detroit Edison the amount billed on or before a due date established by Billing
Rules approved by the Commission in cases U-10661 and U-11397. A late payment charge of 2%, not
compounded, of the unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be added to any bill which is delinquent and not in
dispute.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. EC2j)
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
Filed _______________
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. EC2i
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC2i
Chanqesmade to reflect Order No. U-13808

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2h)

5. TERM, COMMENCEMENT OF SERVICE AND RETURN TO FULL SERVICE


(Continued)
5.3.2 Subiect to the notice provisions of Section 5.3.1TCustomersthat discontinueretail access
servicemayreturnto DetroitEdisonFullServiceunderthe followingconditions:

5.3.2.1 Option 1 -- 12Month Service Commitment

If the Customercommitsto DetroitEdisonFull Servicefor a minimumof 12 months,then


theCustomermay takeserviceunderany tariffratefor whichtheCustomerqualifies.Any
returningCustomerthat commitsto remainon full servicefor the subsequent12 months
and thenfails to do so will be backbilled for the higherof the tariff rate or market-based
rate.

: 5.3.2.2 Option2 -- Short-TermService

If the Customerchooses-notto committo DetroitEdisonFullServicefor a minimumof 12


months,then theCustomermaytake serviceunderanytariffrate for whichthe Customer
qualifies,withthetariffratemodifiedas follows:

The PowerSupplycost Recoverycomponent,bothbase and adjustmentfactor,in any


and all energy prices of the tariff, shall be subtracted from the energy prices and the
...... Market Priced Power charge shall be added to the energy prices. The Market Priced
Powercharge shall reflect the current market value of energy, shall be based on visible
indexesof electricitymarket prices plus reasonablecharges for transmissionand losses,
and shall be calculated according to methods'approved by the Michigan PublicService
Commission.The Customer shall be billed the higher of the applicabletadff energypdces
or the MarketPriced Powercharge:

...... The Customer may at any time return to retail access service or agree to take Detroit
EdisonFull Servicefor a minimumof 12 months.

5.3.2.3 Unless otherwise provideclfor and subject to other conditions in this tariff, a Customer
_, may return to Detroit Edison Full: Service under the provisions of Section 5.3 and
._. subsequentlygo back to retail access serviceno morethan once in any month.

6. Billingand Payment

6.1 DetroitEdisonwillbilltheCustomerfor retailaccessserviceat the ratesandchargesoutlinedin Section8.

_ 6.2 The Customer shall pay Detroit Edison the amount billed on Or before a due date established by Billing
Rules approved by the Commissionin cases U-10661 and U-11397. A late payment charge of 2%, not
compounded,of the unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be added to any bill Whichis delinquentand not in
dispute.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

REMOVED BY_______________RL
02-01-06
DATE _____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. EC2j)

MichiganPublicService
Commission
ISSUEDDECEMBER14, 2004 EFFECTIVEFOR SERVICERENDEREDON

SENIORVICE PRESIDENT January 4, 2005 UNDERAUTHORITY OF ORDEROF THE


REGULATORYAFFAIRS ,, ,_ ,, MICHIGANPUBLICSERVICECOMMISSION
Filed _ DATED NOVEMBER23, 2004
DETROIT,MICHIGAN _ IN CASE NO. U-13808
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2i
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EC2i

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

5.4 Return to Full Service

Customers that discontinue retail access service may return to Detroit Edison Full Service under
the following conditions:

5.4.1 Option 1 -- 12 Month Service Commitment

If the Customer commits to Detroit Edison Full Service for a minimum of 12 months, then the
Customer may take service under any tariff rate for which the Customer qualifies. Any returning
Customer that commits to remain on full service for the subsequent 12 months and then fails to do
so will be back billed for the higher of the tariff rate or market-based rate.

5.4.2 Option 2 -- Short-Term Service

If the Customer chooses not to commit to Detroit Edison Full Service for a minimum of 12 months,
then the Customer may take service under any tariff rate for which the Customer qualifies, with
the tariff rate modified as follows:

The Power Supply Cost Recovery component, both base and adjustment factor, in any
and all energy prices of the tariff, shall be subtracted from the energy prices and the
Market Priced Power charge shall be added to the energy prices. The Market Priced
Power charge shall reflect the current market value of energy, shall be based on visible
indexes of electricity market prices plus reasonable charges for transmission and losses,
and shall be calculated according to methods approved by the Michigan Public Service
Commission. The Customer shall be billed the higher of the applicable tariff energy prices
or the Market Priced Power charge.

The Customer may at any time return to retail access service or agree to take Detroit Edison Full
Service for a minimum of 12 months.

5.4.3 Unless otherwise provided for and subject to other conditions in this tariff, a Customer
may return to Detroit Edison Full Service under the provisions of Section 5.4 and subsequently go
back to retail access service no more than once in any month.

6. Billing and Payment

6.1 Detroit Edison will bill the Customer for retail access service at the rates and charges outlined in
Section 8.

6.2 The Customer shall pay Detroit Edison the amount billed on or before a due date established by
Billing Rules approved by the Commission in cases U-10661 and U-11397. A late payment charge of 2%,
not compounded, of the unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be added--to-enTb_ whi0h-i_-d-elii_qu_nt and
not in dispute, t,,_ ,r-, ; ,--_.-_ -

,I,
M/178 ..... ) q--O5
, ,,'r _
............ '1
Issued: January 18, 2002 . _:v'_ yL_-u r__t_
\ Effective'f0?'_6"rvid6"r6,deredon
Senior Vice
By: H.L. DowPresident
III /z_/_" -vT_\__p\ authority
and after of order of the
December 20, Michigan
2001 under

Strategic Planning & Development {_ ___ _ po,_.0[}Z _1 Public Service Commission in Case

2000 Second
Detroit, Michigan
Avenue
48226 _._
_- .F/ _" No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2i
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

7. METERING, BILLING AND PAYMENT

7.1 Metering: Load served under this tariff shall be separately metered by meters capable of
measuring and recording kW demands (and kVAR demands, if applicable) on a 30-minute integrated
basis and measuring energy on a kWh basis. Metering equipment for Customers taking Retail
Access Service shall be furnished, installed, read, maintained and owned by the Company. For
Three Phase and those Single Phase Customers not electing the meter waiver provision described
below, the Company requires access to the Customer's telephone line for purposes of meter
interrogation. If a Customer is not able to allow sharing of the telephone line, the Customer shall
obtain a separate telephone line for such purposes paying all charges in connection therewith. The
Customer is responsible for assuring the performance of the telephone line. If the telephone line
used for metering is out of service, Detroit Edison will retrieve the data manually for a fee of
$12.00/ month (one reading). In the event that the telephone line service is out for three
consecutive months, the Customer's Retail Access Service may be terminated and the Customer
may be transferred to service under the Company's full requirement tariffs subject to the provisions
of Section 5.2.

7.2 Meter Waiver: The Company reserves the right to require Single-Phase Customers to comply
with the above metering requirements, but, until further notice, the Company will waive the
metering requirements set forth above for Single-Phase Customers and will statistically derive
hourly load profiles which will be used for the purpose of developing charges under the Company's
Open Access Transmission Tariff.

7.3 Billing: The Company will bill the Customer for Retail Access Service as outlined in Section 6.
The Retailer may exercise the option of billing its Customers for service that it provides, although
the Company will offer billing services to participating Retailers as outlined in separate agreements.

7.4 Payment: The Customer shall pay the Company the amount billed on or before a due date
which shall be 21 days following the date of mailing of the bill. A late payment charge of 2%, not
compounded, of the unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be added to any bill which is delinquent as
defined by the Commission Rules.

B. RETAILERS AND MARKETERS

8.1 Retailers desiring to sell or provide Power to Customers under the terms of this Retail Access
Service Tariff must have all necessary approvals to conduct business in each community in which
Power is to be delivered, must comply with all statutory and regulatory requirements, state and
federal law, and must enter into agreements satisfactory to the Company for:

(i) the payment of Transition Charges and other charges,

(ii) the provision and exchange of Customer information associated with service under this
Tariff.
CANCELLED BY ORDER ]
IN CASE NO. U- I

oEc
20
F,kN_uvau _y .
I
I

By: L.G.March
Issued: Garberding
22, 1999 _)" ?'L_O -<"O_--'_ and after tor
Effective March 8, 1999_hder
serv,cer'Te_red't:m "J
Executive
and Chief Financial
Vice President
Officer lIo N0V 2 9 1999 authority
Public Service
of order
Commission
of the Michigan
in Case

2000Detroit,SecondMichiganAVenue48226
_ _.-_'_j_ No. U-11452 dated March 8, 1999
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. EC2j
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels First Sheet No. EC2j
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2i)

6. BILLING AND PAYMENT (Continued)


6.3 The Customer shall retain the right to direct Detroit Edison to send the monthly bill to any third party,
including the Alternative Electric Supplier.

6.4 Disconnection for Non-Payment

Customers will be subject to disconnection for non-payment of Detroit Edison distribution charges, that are
not in dispute, in accordance with the rules described in Detroit Edison’s Rules and Regulations, Section
2.5.

7. DISTRIBUTION CONTRACT CAPACITY


7.1 All Interval Demand Metered Customers shall contract for an amount of capacity sufficient to meet the
maximum requirements of all Load connected to the Detroit Edison Distribution System at the Customer’s
Location. The Distribution Contract Capacity will initially be set at the greater of: 1) the previously
established Contract Capacity; 2) the previously established Distribution Contract Capacity; 3) the highest
30-minute integrated demand created during the previous 12 billing months at each voltage level (whether
the Customer received service under this Rider or a Detroit Edison retail tariff or contract), for each
Location. Any single 30-minute integrated reading of the Interval Demand Meter in any month that exceeds
the Distribution Contract Capacity then in effect shall become the new Distribution Contract Capacity.
Customers not having previously established service requirements shall contract with Detroit Edison for a
specified Distribution Contract Capacity in kW sufficient to meet the maximum requirements for each
location.

7.2 Detroit Edison will provide the necessary facilities to deliver electric power from its Distribution System at the
Distribution Contract Capacity. Any incremental cost incurred by Detroit Edison to provide the necessary
facilities to meet the Customer’s increased demand for distribution services over the Distribution Contract
Capacity existing when service commences under this Rider shall be the responsibility of the Customer.
Once established, the Distribution Contract Capacity shall not decrease during the contract term unless
there is a specific permanent reduction in connected load.

8. RATES AND CHARGES


8.1 RATE PER MONTH

Delivery Charges: These charges are applicable to Full Service and Retail Access Service
customers.
Service Charge:
As shown on the customer’s overlying applicable rate schedule
Distribution Charge:
As shown on the customer’s overlying applicable rate schedule

8.2 Any additional Transition Charges as may be approved by the Commission.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________ (Continued on Sheet No. EC2k)
DATE 11-28-06
_____________________

Michigan Public Service


Commission
ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY January 31, 2006 AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2j
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EC2j

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

6.3 The Customer shall retain the right to direct Detroit Edison to send the monthly bill to any third
party, including the Alternative Electric Supplier.

6.4 Disconnection for Non-Payment

Customers will be subject to disconnection for non-payment of Detroit Edison distribution charges, that are
not in dispute, in accordance with the rules described in Detroit Edison's Rules and Regulations, Section
2.5.

7. Distribution Contract Capacity

7.1 All Interval Demand Metered Customers shall contract for an amount of capacity sufficient to meet
the maximum requirements of all Load connected to the Detroit Edison Distribution System at the
Customer's Location. The Distribution Contract Capacity will initially be set at the greater of: 1) the
previously established Contract Capacity; 2) the previously established Distribution Contract Capacity; 3) the
highest 30-minute integrated demand created during the previous 12 billing months at each voltage level
(whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit Edison retail tariff or contract), for each
Location• Any single 30-minute integrated reading of the Interval Demand Meter in any month that exceeds
the Distribution Contract Capacity then in effect shall become the new Distribution Contract Capacity.
Customers not having previously established service requirements shall contract with Detroit Edison for a
specified Distribution Contract Capacity in kW sufficient to meet the maximum requirements for each location•

7.2 Detroit Edison will provide the necessary facilities to deliver electric power from its Distribution
System at the Distribution Contract Capacity• Any incremental cost incurred by Detroit Edison to provide
the necessary facilities to meet the Customer's increased demand for distribution services over the
Distribution Contract Capacity existing when service commences under this tariff shall be the responsibility
of the Customer. Once established, the Distribution Contract Capacity shall not decrease during the
contract term unless there is a specific permanent reduction in connected load.

8. Rates and Charges

Description of Charges

8.1 Service Charge

The Service Charge shall apply to each Location served under this tariff as shown in Sections 8.6
and 8.7.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________
M/179

,• _',, . .; -_.,._..
Issued: January 18, 2002 _ _ _L.E_ ¢_.. Effective for service rendered on
By" H L Dow III ,_=_" "_,_,, and after December 20, 2001 under
Senior Vice President jr_ ' _, authonty of order of the M=ch=gan
Strategic Planning & Development I_ FEB 2 6_ 200_7 _l Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue \_'_ ' _;_ No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001

Detroit, Michigan 48226 _ _"_._ Y _/


THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2j
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

8.2 Marketers desiring to supply Power to Customers through Retailers, under the terms of this
Retail Access Service Tariff, must comply with all statutory and regu!atory requirements, state and
federal law and must enter into agreements satisfactory to the Company for:

(i) the payment of Transmission Charges and other charges

(ii) the provision and exchange of Customer information associated with service under this
tariff,

(iii) the supply, scheduling and receipt of Power to be received by the Company from the
Marketer for delivery to the Customer,

(iv) the supply and scheduling of, and payment for, any backup service to be provided by
the Company, and

(v) transmission service as Designated Agent of the Customer under the Company's Open
Access Transmission Tariff which agency shall only be effective so long as the Marketer
is not in default of any obligation to the Company.

8.3 Real Power Losses: A Marketer is responsible for replacing losses associated with the delivery
of power to the Customer's metered Point of Delivery. The amount of Power delivered by the
Company on the Company's Distribution System to the Point of Delivery shall be adjusted using the
following Real Power Loss Factors for distribution service:

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter

Secondary 10.88% 11.95% 12.01% 10.23%

4.8/13.2 kV 6.61% 7.13% 7.37% 6.31%

24kV/41.6 kV 1.86% 2.09% 2.34% 1.90%

120 kV and above 0.55% 0.57% 0.57% 0.55%

Marketers must schedule and supply an amount of Power equal to its Customer's load x [(1 + D%)
x (1 + T%)] to account for losses on the Company's Transmission and Distribution System, where
T% is the applicable loss factor contained in the Company's Open Access Transmission Tariff and
D% is the applicable loss factor from the table above.

DEC2 0 2001
M/179

By: L.G.March
Issued: Garberding
22, 1999 //_" " - -O_ and after for
Effective March 8, e1999_nder
serv'c] ren_l_red on-
and Chief Financial Officer NOV 2 9 1999(_) Public Service Commission in Case
Executive Vice President (_ authority of order of the Michigan
2000 Second Avenue _._ No. U-11452 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Ninth Revised Sheet No. EC2k
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Eighth Revised Sheet No. EC2k
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2j)

9. (Held for Future Use)

10. OTHER PROVISIONS


10.1 Retail Access Customers will be subject to the relevant curtailment procedure contained in Detroit
Edison's electrical Procedures, Rule B-3.7. Detroit Edison shall give Retail Access Customers the same
priorities in curtailment situations as it gives Full Service Customers.

10.2 All Points of Receipt for Power produced within the Detroit Edison retail service territory for delivery to
Customers within that territory shall be considered as being points located on the ITC Transmission
System.

10.3 All electric generation equipment connected in parallel with the Detroit Edison system must meet the
interconnection requirements of Detroit Edison specified in “The Michigan Electric Utility
Generation Interconnection Requirements” as approved by the Michigan Public Service
Commission and the customer must enter into an Interconnection and Operating Agreement with
the Company before parallel operation will be permitted.

10.4 Customer equipment must be operated so that voltage flicker and harmonics on the Detroit Edison
Distribution System shall not exceed permissible limits established by Detroit Edison and by IEEE
Standard 519, respectively. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in discontinuance of
service to the Customer and disconnection of Customer’s Load from the Detroit Edison system.

10.5 Redundant services requested by the Customer may be provided under separate agreement.

10.6 Detroit Edison’s Rules and Regulations as currently in effect are incorporated by reference into this Rider
to the extent applicable and, Rule C-2.2(2) notwithstanding, only to the extent not inconsistent with the
terms of this Rider.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. EC2l)
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON


M.E. CHAMPLEY
January 31, 2006 AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Eighth Revised Sheet No. EC2k
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Seventh Revised Sheet No. EC2k
Changes made to reflect changes in Transition Charge

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2j)

8. RATES AND CHARGES (Continued)


8.2 System Use Charge

The System Use Charge is determined as follows:

8.2.1 Customers with Interval Demand Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customer’s maximum
demand, at each voltage level, for each Location. The maximum demand shall be the highest 30-
minute integrated kW demand created during the current billing month or previous 11 billing
months at each voltage level (whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit
Edison retail tariff or contract), but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.2.2 Customers with Energy Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in Section 8.7 and
the Customer’s Maximum Demand for each location. The Maximum Demand shall be the highest
demand created during the current billing month or previous 11 billing months. The Maximum
Demand shall be computed by applying demand conversion tables to electric usage as reflected on
the energy meter, but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.3 Substation Charge

A substation charge shall apply to Customers with service at a service voltage level of 24kV or above who
are provided service through a substation owned by Detroit Edison and dedicated to the Customer’s use.
The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in section 8.6 and the
Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.4 Transition Charge

The Transition Charge recovers the costs associated with implementing the restructuring of the electric
power supply industry. Pursuant to MPSC Order No. U-13808, effective December 1, 2005, the transition
charge shall be 0.3 mills (0.03¢) per kWh for Customers served at secondary voltage and
0.1 mills (0.01¢) per kWh for all other customers.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________

Michigan Public Service


Commission

December 5, 2005 (Continued on Sheet No. EC2l)

Filed _______________
ISSUED MARCH 8, 2005 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON AND
M.E. CHAMPLEY AFTER DECEMBER 1, 2005
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED NOVEMBER 23, 2004
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-13808
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Seventh Revised Sheet No. EC2k
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Sixth Revised Sheet No. EC2k
Changes made to clarify language in Section No. 8.2.1

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2j)

8. RATES AND CHARGES (Continued)


8.2 System Use Charge

The System Use Charge is determined as follows:

8.2.1 Customers with Interval Demand Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customer’s maximum
demand, at each voltage level, for each Location. The maximum demand shall be the highest 30-
minute integrated kW demand created during the current billing month or previous 11 billing
months at each voltage level (whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit
Edison retail tariff or contract), but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.2.2 Customers with Energy Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in Section 8.7 and
the Customer’s Maximum Demand for each location. The Maximum Demand shall be the highest
demand created during the current billing month or previous 11 billing months. The Maximum
Demand shall be computed by applying demand conversion tables to electric usage as reflected on
the energy meter, but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.3 Substation Charge

A substation charge shall apply to Customers with service at a service voltage level of 24kV or above who
are provided service through a substation owned by Detroit Edison and dedicated to the Customer’s use.
The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in section 8.6 and the
Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.4 Transition Charge

The Transition Charge recovers the costs associated with implementing the restructuring of the electric
power supply industry. Pursuant to MPSC Order No. U-13808, effective November 24, 2004, the transition
charge shall be 3 mills (0.30¢) per kWh for Customers served at secondary voltage and
1 mill (0.10¢) per kWh for all other customers. These charges may be reduced in the final months as the
costs become fully recovered.

CANCELLED
BY
U-13808
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
12-05-05
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. EC2l)

Michigan Public Service


ISSUED MARCH 8, 2005 Commission EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER NOVEMBER 24, 2004
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
REGULATORY AFFAIRS
March 16, 2005
#Dproved UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Filed ________ ____ DATED NOVEMBER 23, 2004
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-13808
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Sixth Revised Sheet No. EC2k
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. EC2k
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-13808

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2j)

8. RATES AND CHARGES (Continued)


8.2 System Use Charge

The System Use Charge is determined as follows:

8.2.1 Customers with Interval Demand Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customers maximum
demand, at each voltage level, for each Location. The maximum demand shall be the highest 30-
minute integrated kW demand created during the current billinq month or previous 11 billinq
months at each voltage level (whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit
Edison retail tariff or contract), including the current month but not Jess than 50% of Distribution
Contract Capacity.

8.2.2 Customers with Energy Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in Section 8.7 and
the Customer's Maximum Demand for each location. The Maximum Demand shall be'the
- hiqhestdemand created durinq the current billinq month or previous 11 billinq months. The
Maximum Demand shall be computed by applyin.q demand conversion tables to electric
' usa,qe as reflected on the enerqy meter, but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract
Capacity.

8.3 Substation Charge

A substation charge shall apply toCustomers with service at a service voltage level of 24kV or above who
are provided service through a substation owned by Detroit Edison and dedicated to the Customer's use.
The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in section 8.6 and the
Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.4 Transition Charge

The Transition Charge recovers the costs associated with implementing the restructuring of the electric
power supply industry. Pursuant to MPSC Order No. U-13808, effective November 24r 2004, =the
transition charqe shall be 3 mills (0.30¢_ per kWh for Customers sewed at secondary volta qe and
I mill (0.10_) perkWh forafl othercustomers. These charqes maybe reduced in the final months as
the costs become fully recovered.

CANCELLED
BY
U-13808,U-12478
ORDER ____________________

REMOVED BY_______________RL
03-16-05
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. EC21)

ISSUED DECEMBER 14, 2004 commission EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON


M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER NOVEMBER 24, 2004

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT


REGULATORY AFFAIRS January 4, 2005 UNDER AUTHORITY
MICHIGAN OF ORDER
PUBLIC SERVICE OF THE
COMMISSION
I I Michigan Public Service I
I _.. _'z,, D_ DATED NOVEMBER 23, 2004
DETROIT, MICHIGAN _ IN CASE NO. U-13808
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Fifth Revised Sheet No. EC2k
M.P.S,C. No. 9 Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. EC2k
(To reflect the termination of the Equalization Adjustment and Securitization Offset for all EC2 customers. To
also reflect a revised transition charqe.)
RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

8.2 System Use Charge

The System Use Charge is determined as follows:

8.2.1 Customers with Interval Demand Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customer's maximum
demand, at each voltage level, for each Location. The maximum demand shall be the highest 30-
minute integrated kW demand created during the previous 12 billing months at each voltage level
(whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit Edison retail tariff or contract),
including the current month but not less than 50% of DistributionContract Capacity.

8.2.2 Customers with Energy Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in section 8.7 and the
Customer's energy consumption.

8.3 Substation Charge

A substation charge shall apply to Customers with service at a service voltage level of 24kV or above
who are provided service through a substation owned by Detroit Edison and dedicated to the
Customer's use. The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in
section 8.6 and the DistributionContract Capacity.

8.4 Transition Charge

The Transition Charge recovers the costs associated with implementing the restructuring of the
electric power supply industry. Pursuant to MPSC Order No. U-13808, the transition charge shall be
0.40¢ per kWh.

..... M/180 _TL \ - ''_-D--_ i i


--
II

MICHIGAn,
PUBLIC "''_'--

Issued: March 19_2004 1 Effective


and after for service 21,
Februarg rendered on
2004 under
By: M. E. Champley APR 7 2004. authority of order of the Michigan
2000 Second Avenue Public Service Commission in Case
Senior
Detroit,Vice President
Michigan 48226 _ i No. U-13808 dated FebruarF20T 2004.
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY .Fourth Revised Sheet No. EC2k
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. EC2k
(To reflect the termination of the Equalization Adjustment for customers with demands of 15kW or greater)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

8.2 System Use Charge

The System Use Charge is determined as follows:

8.2.1 Customers with Interval Demand Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customer's maximum
demand, at each voltage level, for each Location. The maximum demand shall be the highest 30-
minute integrated kW demand created during the previous 12 billing months at each voltage level
(whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit Edison retail tariff or contract),
including the current month but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.2.2 Customers with Energy Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in section 8.7 and the
Customer's energy consumption.

8.3 Substation Charge

A substation charge shall apply to Customers with service at a service voltage level of 24kV or above
who are provided service through a substation owned by Detroit Edison and dedicated to the
Customer's use. The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in
section 8.6 and the Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.4 Transition Charge

The Transition Charge recovers the costs associated with implementing the restructuring of the
electric power supply industry. Through 12/31/2001 this charge will equal the bid amount associated
with the capacity rights used to enroll the Customer. Pursuant to MPSC Order No. U-13350, the
transition charge shall be 0.00¢ per kWh. As ordered in Case No. U-12639, the following 10d(5)
adjustments shall also apply: '

10d(5) 10(d)5
Securitization Offset Equalization Adiustment
Residential 0.424C/kWh . -0.46C/kWh
Commercial & Industrial Secondary 0.424C/kWh . -0.48C/kWh
Commercial & Industrial Primary 0.424C/kWh -0.28C/kWh

On January 15, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13933, the MPSC authorized the Company
to terminate the Equalization Adjustment credit for EC2 custom.e£s_.wit_eak

demands of 15kW or qreater, CANCELLED


BY
ORDER
CC

_- _C_G_,_ PU_UC DATE _ -


SFRVICJ- COklt_ISSION , ,,
I

Issued:
Februal3z
3,2004 I Effective
forbills
rendered
on
By: M. E. Champley FEB 1 9 2004 _ and after Januatlf22 , 2004under
2000
SeniorSecond Avenue
Vice President 1 Public Service
authority Commission
of order in Case
of the Michigan

Detroit, Michigan 48226 _--_/--//_[_-


_./_.fw."D No. U-13933dated Jan uatlf15, 2004.
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Third Revised Sheet No. EC2k
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. EC2k
(To reflect a chan.qe of securitization offset due to implemention of revised securitization charqes)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

8.2 System Use Charge

The System Use Charge is determined as follows:

8.2.1 Customers with Interval Demand Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customer's maximum
demand, at each voltage level, for each Location. The maximum demand shall be the highest 30-
minute integrated kW demand created during the previous 12 billing months at each voltage level
(whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit Edison retail tariff or contract),
including the current month but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.2.2 Customers with Energy Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in section 8.7 and the
Customer's energy consumption.

8.3 Substation Charge

A substation charge shall apply to Customers with service at a service voltage level of 24kV or above
who are provided service through a substation owned by Detroit Edison and dedicated to the
Customer's use. The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in
section 8.6 and the Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.4 Transition Charge

The Transition Charge recovers the costs associated with implementing the restructuring of the
electric power supply industry. Through 12/31/2001 this charge will equal the bid amount associated
with the capacity rights used to enroll the Customer. On 1/1/2002 and thereafter, the transition
charge shall be 0.00¢ per kWh. As ordered in Case No. U-12639, the following 10d(5) adjustments
shall also apply:

10d(5) 10(d)5
Securitization Offset Equalization AdWustment
Residential 0.424¢/kWh -0.46C/kWh
Commercial & Industrial Secondary 0.424¢/kWh -0.48C/kWh
Commercial & Industrial Primary 0.424¢/kWh -0.28C/kWh

CANCELLEDBY .._,._ ___


ORDER (.J_1_.0( ]!
]

REMOVEDBY_ ....i
M_180 DA TE- _-- / _r: e_ _

i Issued: March 1_2003 C0_MISSI0ti


SERVICE Effective for service rendered on
By: M. E. Champley and after March 1, 2003 under
Senior Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
2000 Second Avenue _APL 1 9 2003 Public Service Commission in Case
Detroit, Michigan 48226 No. U-12478 dated Februar V 5_2003.
I_ICFIIG-_,II
PUBLIC

FLED
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Second Revised Sheet No. EC2k
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC2k
(To reflect increase in securitization offset due to implemention of revised securitization charges)

_ RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

8.2 System Use Charge

The System Use Charge is determined as follows:

8.2.1 Customers with Interval Demand Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customer's maximum
demand, at each voltage level, for each Location. The maximum demand shall be the highest 30-
minute integrated kW demand created during the previous 12 billing months at each voltage level
(whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit Edison retail tariff or contract),
including the current month but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.2.2 Customers with Energy Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in section 8.7 and the
Customer's energy consumption.

8.3 Substation Charge

A substation charge shall apply to Customers with service at a service voltage level of 24kV or
above who are provided service through a substation owned by Detroit Edison and dedicated to the
Customer's use. The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in
section 8.6 and the Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.4 Transition Charge

The Transition Charge recovers the costs associated with implementing the restructuring of the
electric power supply industry. Through 12/31/2001 this charge will equal the bid amount associated
with the capacity rights used to enroll the Customer. On 1/1/2002 and thereafter, the transition
charge shall be 0.00¢ per kWh. As ordered in Case No. U-12639, the following 10d(5) adjustments
shall also apply:

10d(5) 10(d)5
Securitization Offset Equalization Adjustment
Residential -.489¢/kWh -0.46C/kWh
Commercial & Industrial Secondary -.489¢/kWh -0.48C/kWh
Commercial & Industrial Primary -.489C/kWh -0.28C/kWh

JCANCELLED
BY,,,
,ORDER
U"t"H +7
REMOVEDBY_._

M/180 I

.,'t'.. \4 _:t1 _,,7-.


Issued: March 1, 2002 _ _ _L_ .'--h:._'" Effective for service rendered on
By: H.L. Dow Ill /Z_ " _ _i:_ -
Senior Vice President ,_ _ authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development . _i_/_ .7._ ,2002 ..y\ Public Service
and after MarchCommission in Case
lr 2002 under
2000 Second Avenue _-_ No. U-12478 dated Februarv 6, 2002.

+,_) Detroit, Michigan 48226 _.._.._._Y'_'


THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2k
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EC2k

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

8.2 System Use Charge

The System Use Charge is determined as follows:

8.2.1 Customers with Interval Demand Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate and the Customer's maximum
demand, at each voltage level, for each Location. The maximum demand shall be the highest 30-
minute integrated kW demand created during the previous 12 billing months at each voltage level
(whether the Customer received service under this tariff or a Detroit Edison retail tariff or contract),
including the current month but not less than 50% of Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.2.2 Customers with Energy Meters

The System Use Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in section 8.7 and the
Customer's energy consumption.

8.3 Substation Charge

A substation charge shall apply to Customers with service at a service voltage level of 24kV or
above who are provided service through a substation owned by Detroit Edison and dedicated to the
Customer's use. The Substation Charge shall be the product of the applicable rate as shown in
section 8.6 and the Distribution Contract Capacity.

8.4 Transition Charge

The Transition Charge recovers the costs associated with implementing the restructuring of the
electric power supply industry. Through 12/31/2001 this charge will equal the bid amount associated
with the capacity rights used to enroll the Customer. On 1/1/2002 and thereafter, the transition
charge shall be 0.00¢ per kWh. As ordered in Case No. U-12639, the following 10d(5) adjustments
shall also apply:

10d(5) 10(d)5
Securitization Offset Equalization Adtustment
Residential -0.47C/kWh -0.46C/kWh
Commercial & Industrial Secondary -0.47C/kWh -0.48C/kWh
Commercial & Industrial Primary -0.47C/kWh -0.28C/kWh

CANCELLED
IN CASE NO.
BY ORDER
-

fEBo6
F_EMOVED
BY. //_/p

Issued: January 18, 2002 Effective for service rendered on ///


By: H.L. Dew III and after December 20, 2001 under
Senior Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2k
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

8.4 Reciprocity: The Company will not accept power from a Marketer that does not contractually
agree to provide the Company with reciprocal access to retail consumers. A reasonable level of
reciprocity between the Company and the prospective Marketer and its affiliates must be
established.

Through December 31, 2001:

In-state and out-of-state utilities and utility affiliates must consent to open the same relative
amount of retail Customer load to competition by the Company. Further, the consent of
out-of-state utilities and utility affiliates to this reciprocity requirement must be expressed as
a provision of an enforceable contract. A municipal utility or a municipal power agency is
required to provide reciprocity only for the type of service it provides and in the same
relative amount.

On and after January 1, 2002:

No Michigan-based electric utility shall be permitted to utilize the Company's system to


make retail sales unless the utility wishing to make the sale provides comparable Retail
Open Access Service to retail Customers located within its service territory.

No generation supplier that provides retail distribution services, or that has an affiliate that
provides retail distribution services, shall be permitted to utilize the Company's system to
make retail sales unless the supplier or its affiliate provides comparable Retail Open Access
Service. If the transaction involves an intermediary (such as a marketer or broker), the
reciprocity obligation may be satisfied by either the regional transmission/distribution
affiliate of the intermediary or by the owner of the generation source or its regional
transmission/distribution affiliate.

"Comparable" Retail Open Access Service is one which (i) provides for Retail Open Access
Service in an amount of retail Customer load equivalent to that provided by the Company, and (ii)
specifies rates, terms, and conditions that are equivalent to those offered by the Company, and
that have been approved by all applicable regulatory authorities for use in Retail Open Access
Service transactions.

CANCELLED BY ORDER

DEC2 0 2001
M/180

REMOVEDBY _
issued: March 22, 1999 /'o.._ _._ Effective for service rendered on
By: L.G. Garberding /'_ _\ and after March 8, 1999 tinder

and Chief Financial


Executive Officer
Vice President (_O_NOV2 9 199
9o) Public Service
authority Commission
of order in Case
of the Michigan
2000 Second Avenue __ No. U-11452 dated March 8, 1999
Detroit, Michigan 48226
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. EC2l
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. EC2l
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2k)

ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC SUPPLIER SECTION

11. ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC SUPPLIER


11.1 This Rider section outlines the rights and responsibilities of Alternative Electric suppliers and Detroit
Edison when enrolling and serving Customers under retail access service. The Alternative Electric
Supplier is the retail seller of electric supply to the Customer on Detroit Edison’s Distribution System.

11.2 If an Alternative Electric Supplier or Marketer fails to pay amounts due Detroit Edison or otherwise fails to
perform obligations undertaken in connection with service to a Customer, Detroit Edison will give the
Customer notice of the Alternative Electric Supplier’s or Marketer’s default. If the Customer, its Alternative
Electric Supplier, or its Marketer fails to pay amounts due Detroit Edison or otherwise fails to comply with
the provisions of the applicable Tariffs or agreements with Detroit Edison, retail access service may be
terminated. Unless the Customer, Alternative Electric Supplier or Marketer cures the default with Detroit
Edison or the Customer changes its Alternative Electric Supplier, the Customer may be returned to Detroit
Edison Full Service subject to the provisions of Section 5.4.

11.3 The Alternative Electric Supplier is responsible for all of the Alternative Electric Supplier charges
associated with its Customers until retail access service is terminated.

11.4 Termination of retail access service to a Customer can be initiated by the Alternative Electric Supplier, the
Customer or Detroit Edison. Alternative Electric Suppliers and Detroit Edison shall comply with the billing
rules that govern the shut off of service, R 460.2101 et seq. and R 460.3903 et seq. except that instead of
providing a notice of termination, Alternative Electric Suppliers shall provide a notice of return to full
service.

12. CREDITWORTHINESS
12.1 There is no creditworthiness requirement for Alternative Electric Supplier ’s unless the Alternative Electric
Supplier is purchasing products or services from Detroit Edison. Alternative Electric Suppliers who
purchase products or services from Detroit Edison must demonstrate and maintain current
creditworthiness in an amount sufficient to cover anticipated charges for all those products or services.
For unsecured credit, the Alternative Electric Supplier must provide three (3) years of audited financial
statements, including notes, having an acceptable amount of positive tangible net worth, and meeting risk
parameters derived from an analysis of its financial statements The Alternative Electric Supplier may
provide alternative security or credit enhancement, such as a letter of guarantee, letter of credit or
prepayment. Detroit Edison will use reasonable credit review procedures which may include, but are not
limited to, review of the Alternative Electric Supplier’s financial statements, verification that the Alternative
Electric Supplier is not operating under state or federal bankruptcy laws, and has no pending lawsuits or
regulatory proceedings or judgments outstanding which would have a material adverse affect on the
Alternative Electric Supplier and its ability to perform its obligations. Affiliates of Detroit Edison must meet
these same creditworthiness requirements.

The amount of creditworthiness required is equivalent to two months expected exposure.

Following 24 months of full and timely payment to Detroit Edison for service provided, an Alternative
Electric Supplier shall be deemed to have sufficient credit to satisfy Detroit Edison’s requirements.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________

DATE 11-28-06
_____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. EC2m)
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. EC21
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. EC21
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-13808

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2k)

8. RATES AND CHARGES (Continued)


Application of Charges

8.5 Minimum Charge

The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of the Service Charge, the System
Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

8.6 Three-Phase Distribution Service

Customers receiving three-phase electric service at 4,800 volts or higher and stepping it down =toworking
voltages with their own transformation equipment or through a substation owned by Detroit Edison and
dedicated to a Customer's use shall.have the followingcharges for retail access service:

120 kV and
Charge 13.2kV and below 24 or41.6 kV Above

Secondary Primary

Service Charge $5,95/month $450/month $450/month $450/month

System Use
Charge $3,42/kW/month $2.471kW/month $0.57/kW/month $0.24/kW/month
Substation
N/A N/A $0.36/kW/month $1.18/kW/month
Charge
Choice,
Stabilization 0.1C/kWh N/A N/A N/A
Adiustment
Surcharges and Schedule B4.9 Schedule B4.9 Schedule B4.9 Schedule B4.9
Credits
Any additional Transition, True-Up Charges, Surcharges and Credits as may be approved by the
Commission

All charges will be based on the metered quantity as determined by the meters at the Customer Location.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. EC2m)

Michigan
PublicService
ISSUED DECEMBER 14, 2004 Commission EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY I AND AFTER NOVEMBER 24, 2004

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT


REGULATORY AFFAIRS I January 4, 2005 MICHIGAN
UNDER AUTHORITY
PUBLIC SERVICE
OF ORDER
COMMISSION
OF THE
Filed (_ _¢,._ DATED NOVEMBER 23, 2004
DETROIT, MICHIGAN _ IN CASE NO. U-13808
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Second Revised Sheet No. EC21
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC21
(Revised to comply with Order dated April 26, 2002 in Case No. U.12489)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

Application of Charges

8.5 Minimum Charge

The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of the Service Charge,
the System Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

8.6 Three-Phase Distribution Service

Customers receiving three-phase electric service at 4,800 volts or higher and stepping it down to
working voltages with their own transformation equipment or through a substation owned by
Detroit Edison and dedicated to a Customer's use shall have the following charges for retail
access service:

120 kV and
Charge 13.2kVand below 24 or 41.6 kV Above

Secondary, Primary

Service $5.95/month $450/month $450/month $450/month


Charge
System Use
$3.42/kW/mont $2.47/kW/month $0.57/kW/month $0.24/kW/month
Charge
Substation N/A N/A $0.36/kW/month $1.18/kW/month
Charge
Surcharges Schedule B4.9 Schedule B4.9 Schedule B4.9 Schedule B4.9
and Credits
Any additional Transition, True-Up Charges, Surcharges and Credits as may be approved
by the Commission

All charges will be based on the metered quantity as determined by the meters at the Customer
Location.

, ENIOVE9B¥_

DAI _L_

M/181

_,_ "_,l_ ,_2_, _<,.

Issued: Mav 24, 2002 /__"_ C_._\ Effective for service rendered on
By: H.L. Dow III /_- _ and after April 27, 2002 under
Senior Vice President [_ _ authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development |,_ JUN _ 200 Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated April 26, 2002.
Detroit, Michigan48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC21
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Cancels Original Sheet No. EC21

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

Application of Charges

8.5 Minimum Charge

The Customer is subject to a minimum monthly charge equal to the sum of the Service Charge,
the System Use Charge and the Substation Charge, if applicable.

8.6 High Voltage Distribution Service

Customers receiving electric service at 4,800 volts or higher and stepping it down to working
voltages with their own transformation equipment or through a substation owned by Detroit Edison
and dedicated to the Customer's use shall have the following charges for retail access service:

Charge Customer Owned


Transformer 24 or 41.6 kV 120 kV and Above

Service Charge $450/month $450/month $450/month

System Use Charge $2.47/kW/month $0.57/kW/month $0.24/kW/month

Substation Charge N/A $0.36/kW/month $1.18/kW/month

Surcharges and Credits Schedule B4.9 Schedule B4.9 Schedule B4.9

Any additional Transition, True-Up Charges, Surcharges and Credits as may be approved by
the Commission

All charges will be based on the metered quantity as determined by the meters at the Customer
Location.

CANCELLED BY ORDER
IN CASE NO. U-/,z_/f#7

APR2 6 ZOO2

REMOVEDBY _>-..f

/--/<3v- I¢'_" " ¢(._.x Effective for service rendered on


Issued: January 18, 2002 /._ _\
By: H.L. Dow III t4_ 2{] o_ and after December 20, 2001 under
Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
SeniorVicePresident
Detroit, Michigan 48226 FEB 26! ,02_ authorityoforderoftheMichigan
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC21
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

9. LIABILITY AND EXCLUSIONS

Liability of the Company and Exclusion of Consequential Damages

9.1 In no event will the Company or its suppliers be liable under any cause of action relating to the
subject matter of this rate schedule, whether based on contract, warranty, tort (including
negligence), strict liability, indemnity or otherwise for any incidental or consequential damages
including but not limited to loss of use, interest charges, inability to operate full capacity, lost
profits or claims of Customer's customers.

9.2 The Company's total liability to the Customer for all claims arising out of or related to service
provided under this rate schedule, whether based on contract, warranty, tort (including negligence),
strict liability, indemnity or otherwise shall not exceed the amount paid by the Customer to the
Company for the Location involved during the month in which the claim arose.

9.3 The Company will not be liable to a Customer for damages caused by interruption of service,
voltage or frequency variations, single-phase supply to three-phase lines, reversal of phase rotation,
or carrier-current frequencies imposed by the Company for system operations or equipment control
except such as result from the failure of the Company to exercise reasonable care and skill in
furnishing the service. The Customer should install protective equipment if such occurrences might
damage its apparatus.

10. OTHER PROVISIONS

10.1 All Points of Receipt for Power produced within the Company's retail service territory for
delivery to Customers within that territory shall be considered as being points located on the
Company's Transmission System.

10.2 Customers, Retailers, or Marketers desiring to operate electric generation equipment


connected in parallel with the Company's system must comply with the Company's Protective
Relaying, Operating and Telemetering Guidelines for Independently Owned Generation and before
operating such equipment must obtain certification, in writing, from the Company that the
conditions outlined in the Guidelines have been met.

10.3 Customer equipment must be operated so that voltage flicker and harmonics on the
distribution system of the Company shall not exceed permissible limits established by the Company.
Failure to comply with this requirement may result in discontinuance of service to the Customer and
disconnection of Customer's Load from the Company's system.

10.4 The Company's Rules and Regulations as currently in effect are incorporated by reference
into this tariff to the extent applicable and, Rule C-2.2(2) notwithstanding, only to the extent not
inconsistent with the terms of this Tariff.

CANCELLED BY ORDER |
IN CASE NO. U-,,

2 n 2001
DE.[;

_M/181 REMOVEpBY (3 _

Issued: March 22,1999 _,x


A%_ _ _¢,L/:::::O" 00_
- Effective for service rend
-_ ed on '
By: L.G. Garberding
/#
r_
and after March 8, 1999 uhder
Executive
and Chief Vice President
Financial Officer (_ _r_/
NOV2 9 1999 authority of order
Public Service of the Michigan
Commission in Case
Oi

2000Detroit,SecondMichiganAVenue48226
_=.___/
_,,_ No. U-11452 dated March 8, 1999
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. EC2m
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. EC2m
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2l)

13. ELECTRONIC BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS


13.1 Unless specified otherwise by Detroit Edison in a Commission-approved tariff, Alternative Electric
Suppliers shall transact all business with Detroit Edison electronically.

13.2 Unless otherwise specified by Detroit Edison in a Commission-approved tariff, all payments made to
Detroit Edison by the Alternative Electric Supplier will be made by electronic funds transfer to the Detroit
Edison account.

14. CONDITIONS PRECEDENT TO CUSTOMER ENROLLMENT


The Alternative Electric Supplier will not be eligible to enroll Customers unless and until the following conditions
precedent have been satisfied and continue to be satisfied:

14.1 The Alternative Electric Supplier has been granted a license by the Commission.

14.2 The Alternative Electric Supplier has demonstrated electronic communication and commerce capability,
which meets Detroit Edison’s standards and protocols as defined in tariffs approved by the Commission.

14.3 The Alternative Electric Supplier has an executed contract with a qualified Marketer, as evidenced in an
executed Alternative Electric Supplier-Marketer Notice.

15. CONDITIONS PRECEDENT FOR SERVING CUSTOMERS


The Alternative Electric Supplier will not be permitted to serve or continue to serve Customers unless and until
the following conditions precedent have been satisfied and maintained:

15.1 The Alternative Electric Supplier has satisfied and continues to satisfy all conditions in Section 14.

15.2 All required Customer metering equipment is in place and functioning properly.

15.3 The Alternative Electric Supplier has complied with and continues to comply with all provisions of this
Rider.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________ (Continued on Sheet No. EC2n)
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON
M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. EC2m
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC2m
Chanqes made to reflect Order No. U-13808

(Continued From Sheet No. EC21)

8. RATES AND CHARGES (Continued)


- 8.7 Single-Phase Distribution Service

Customers receiving--single_-phase electric service at 480 volts or less, using Detroit Edison-owned
transformation, shall be charged for retail access service as follows:

Charge Single-Phase

Meter Type Energy Meter

Service Charge $5.95/month

System Use Charge $3.42/kW/month

Choice Stabilization
A diustment O.1C/kWh

Surcharges and Credits Schedule B4.9

Any additional Transition, True-Up Charges, Surcharges and Credits as may be approved by the
Commission = •

All charges will be based on the metered quantity as determined by the meters at the Customer Location.

8.8 Power Factor and Excess Reactive Demand For Customers With Interval Demand Metering

A power factor of less than 70%is not permitted and necessary corrective equipment must be installedby
the Customerto correct to a minimum level of 70%. Power factor and excess Reactive Demand charges will
be calculated at each Customer location at the time of the Location's single highest30-minute integrated kW
reading of the Interval Demand Meter during the on-peak hours of the billingperiod, which are those hours
from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. consistent with the ITC Open Access Transmission Tadff. Excess Reactive
Demand is any Reactive Demand resulting from operations below 80% power factor. A monthly charge of
$3.50/kVAR will be applied to excess Reactive Demand.

9. (Held for Future Use)


10. OTHER PROVISIONS

10.1 Retail Access Customers will be subject to the relevant curtailment procedure contained in Detroit Edison's
electdcal Procedures, Rule B-3.7. Detroit Edison shall give Retail Access Customers the same priorities in
curtailment situations as it gives Full Service Customers.

10.2AII Points of Receipt for Power produced within the Detroit Edison retail service territory for delivery to
Customers within that territory shall be considered as being points located on the ITC Transmission System.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________ (Continued on Sheet No, EC2n)

ISSUED DECEMBER 14, 2004 commission EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON


M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER NOVEMBER 24, 2004

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT


REGULATORY AFFAIRS January 2005 UNDER AUTHORITY
MICHIGAN OF ORDER
PUBLIC SERVICE OF THE
COMMISSION
DATED NOVEMBER 23, 2004
DETROIT, MICHIGAN FJJed_ IN CASE NO. U-13808
C_-
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2m
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Replaces OrLqinal Sheet No. EC2m
(Revised to comply with Order dated April 26, 2002 in Case No. U-12489)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

8.7 Single-Phase Distribution Service

Customers receiving single-phase electric service at 480 volts or less, using Detroit
Edison-owned transformation, shall be charged for retail access service as follows:

Charge Single-Phase

Meter Type Energy Meter

Service Charge $5.95/month

System Use Charge $3.42/kW/month

Surcharges and Credits Schedule B4.9

Any additional Transition, True-Up Charges, Surcharges and Credits as may be


approved by the Commission

All charges will be based on the metered quantity as determined by the meters at the Customer
Location.

8.8 Power Factor and Excess Reactive Demand For Customers With Interval Demand Metering

A power factor of less than 70% is not permitted and necessary corrective equipment must be
installed by the Customer to correct to a minimum level of 70%. Power factor and excess Reactive
Demand charges will be calculated at each Customer location at the time of the Location's single
highest 30-minute integrated kW reading of the Interval Demand Meter during the on-peak hours
of the billing period, which are those hours from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. consistent with the ITC Open
Access Transmission Tariff. Excess Reactive Demand is any Reactive Demand resulting from
operations below 80% power factor. A monthly charge of $3.50/kVAR will be applied to excess
Reactive Demand.

9. (Held for Future Use)

10. Other Provisions

10.1 Retail Access Customers will be subject to the relevant curtailment procedure contained
in Detroit Edison's electrical Procedures, Rule B-3.7. Detroit Edison shall give Retail Access
Customers the same priorities in curtailment situations as it gives Full Service Customers.

10.2 All Points of Receipt for Power produced within the Detroit Edison retail service territory
for delivery to Customers within that territory shall be consid.ere_d.,_a_s
b".e._d on the
ITC Transmission System. _'A_CELLE_)B_' C

M/181a _;,ENtOVE[ ' -

Issued: May 24, 2002 ,4:_,.7' _ L .-u


/...,5,--_-_. ;_,,-.,_ .,_,
i>.X i E_l_¢_iyef "
By: H.L. DOWIII /_:_<.._ _'_ and_,_Mee ---'_
Senior Vice President _-=- 9' aL_tlT6rity
of order of the Michigan

oero
Strategic Planning
2000 Second & Development
Avenue !_
.'_.. JUJ'_ zJ:2802 Q
-_'_.J}
I Public Servicedated
No. U-12489 Commission
April 26,in2002.
Case
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2m
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

8.7 Low Voltage Distribution Service

Customers receiving electric service at 480 volts or less, using Detroit Edison-owned
transformation shall be charged for retail access service as follows:

Charge 480 Volts and Below

Optional Energy Metered for


Customers under 300kW CSC
Interval Demand Meter Energy Meter
Meter Type

Service Charge $5.95/month $5.95/month

System Use Charge $3.42/kW/month 2.88C/kWh

Surcharges and Credits Schedule B4.9 Schedule B4.9

Any additional Transition, True-Up Charges, Surcharges and Credits as may be approved
by the Commission

All kWh charges will be based on the metered quantity as determined by the meters at the Customer
Location.

8.8 Power Factor and Excess Reactive Demand For Customers With Interval Demand Metering

A power factor of less than 70% is not permitted and necessary corrective equipment must be
installed by the Customer to correct to a minimum level of 70%. Power factor and excess Reactive
Demand charges will be calculated at each Customer location at the time of the Location's single
highest 30-minute integrated kW reading of the Interval Demand Meter during the on-peak hours
of the billing period, which are those hours from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. consistent with the ITC Open
Access Transmission Tariff. Excess Reactive Demand is any Reactive Demand resulting from
operations below 80% power factor. A monthly charge of $3.50/kVAR will be applied to excess
Reactive Demand.

9. (Held for Future Use)

10. Other Provisions

10.1 Retail Access Customers will be subject to the relevant curtailment procedure contained in Detroit
Edison's electrical Procedures, Rule B-3.7. Detroit Edison shall give Retail Access Customers the same
priorities in curtailment situations as it gives Full Service Customers.

10.2 All Points of Receipt for Power produced within the Detroit Edison retail service territory for

delivery to Customers within that territory shall be considered as being points Ioca .,_CI_DE_
_,_,_,.,_.,.L_._,,_, ,.,,,
Transmission System. IN CASE NO. _/,,zT_)'
/

_/181a APR 2 6 Z_0Z


Issued: January 18, 2002 Effective for service rel,de,
a;.E_,,9,13_
,_,,
By: H.L. Dow III /'_ '_\ and after December 20 _4z-.#
Senior Vice President t(._ . _\ authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development I"_ FEB 2 6 200Z _I Public Service Commission in Case
O
2000 Second Avenue _,& -_/ No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001

Detroit, Michigan 48226 _ /j


M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. EC2n
The Detroit Edison Company Replaces First Revised Sheet No. EC2n
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2m)

16. RATES AND CHARGES


16.1 The Alternative Electric Supplier shall pay Detroit Edison the following:

16.1.1 An Alternative Electric Supplier enrolling Customer(s) with the Complete Billing option shall pay
Detroit Edison a one-time charge of $5,000 for the Alternative Electric Supplier’s initial rate-ready
schedule set-up for up to sixty rates, regardless of the number of Customers electing this option.

16.1.2 An Alternative Electric Supplier enrolling Customer(s) with the Complete Billing option shall pay
Detroit Edison a monthly transaction charge of $0.20 per Customer location billed under the
Complete Billing option.

16.1.3 An Alternative Electric Supplier enrolling Customer(s) with the Complete Billing option shall pay
Detroit Edison $1,000 per occurrence for each change request made by the Alternative Electric
Supplier to its rate-ready schedule, regardless of the number of changes in the request or the
number of Customers effected.

16.1.4 Any other charges to the Alternative Electric Supplier for services provided by Detroit Edison will be
negotiated on an individual case basis.

16.2 Detroit Edison will provide two (2) Customer Billing options-Complete Billing by Detroit Edison and
Separate Billing by Detroit Edison and the Alternative Electric Supplier. It is the responsibility of the
Alternative Electric Supplier to identify on the Customer Enrollment Form which of these options the
Customer has requested.

16.3 Allocation of Partial Payments Under Complete Billing

In the event the Customer submits a partial payment, the receipts will be applied as follows:

• all past due and current Detroit Edison distribution and distribution related charges
• past due and current Alternative Electric Supplier energy charges
• other Detroit Edison charges
• other Alternative Electric Supplier charges

Partial payments resulting from disputed charges shall be allocated first to undisputed charges in each
of the above four categories and then to disputed charges in each of the above four categories.

16.4 Detroit Edison will not pursue collection actions for any Alternative Electric Supplier.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06 (Continued on Sheet No. EC2o)
DATE _____________________
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON AND
M.E. CHAMPLEY AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
Filed _______________
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. EC2n
The Detroit Edison Company Replaces Original Sheet No. EC2n
Changes made to correct Return To Service Section No. reference in Section No. 11.2

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2m)

10. OTHER PROVISIONS (Continued)


10.3 All electric generation equipment connected in parallel with the Detroit Edison system must comply with the
Detroit Edison Protective Relaying, Operating and Telemetering Guidelines for Independently Owned
Generation and before operating such equipment must obtain certification, in writing, from Detroit Edison
that the conditions outlined in the guidelines have been met.

10.4 Customer equipment must be operated so that voltage flicker and harmonics on the Detroit Edison
Distribution System shall not exceed permissible limits established by Detroit Edison and by IEEE Standard
519, respectively. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in discontinuance of service to the
Customer and disconnection of Customer’s Load from the Detroit Edison system.

10.5 Redundant services requested by the Customer may be provided under separate agreement.

10.6 Detroit Edison’s Rules and Regulations as currently in effect are incorporated by reference into this tariff to
the extent applicable and, Rule C-2.2(2) notwithstanding, only to the extent not inconsistent with the terms of
this Tariff.

ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC SUPPLIER SECTION

11. ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC SUPPLIER


11.1 This Tariff section outlines the rights and responsibilities of Alternative Electric suppliers and Detroit Edison
when enrolling and serving Customers under retail access service. The Alternative Electric Supplier is the
retail seller of electric supply to the Customer on Detroit Edison’s Distribution System.

11.2 If an Alternative Electric Supplier or Marketer fails to pay amounts due Detroit Edison or otherwise fails to
perform obligations undertaken in connection with service to a Customer, Detroit Edison will give the
Customer notice of the Alternative Electric Supplier’s or Marketer’s default. If the Customer, its Alternative
Electric Supplier, or its Marketer fails to pay amounts due Detroit Edison or otherwise fails to comply with the
provisions of the applicable Tariffs or agreements with Detroit Edison, retail access service may be
terminated. Unless the Customer, Alternative Electric Supplier or Marketer cures the default with Detroit
Edison or the Customer changes its Alternative Electric Supplier, the Customer may be returned to Detroit
Edison Full Service subject to the provisions of Section 5.3.

11.3 The Alternative Electric Supplier is responsible for all of the Alternative Electric Supplier charges associated
with its Customers until retail access service is terminated.

11.4 Termination of retail access service to a Customer can be initiated by the Alternative Electric Supplier, the
Customer or Detroit Edison. Alternative Electric Suppliers and Detroit Edison shall comply with the billing
rules that govern the shut off of service, R 460.2101 et seq. and R 460.3903 et seq. except that instead of
providing a notice of termination, Alternative Electric Suppliers shall provide a notice of return to full service.

CANCELLED Michigan Public Service


BY Commission
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL September 29, 2005


REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06 Filed _______________
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. EC2o)

ISSUED SEPTEMBER 22, 2005 EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON


M.E. CHAMPLEY AND AFTER NOVEMBER 24, 2004
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED NOVEMBER 23, 2004
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-13808
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2n
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

10.3 All electric generation equipment connected in parallel with the Detroit Edison system must
comply with the Detroit Edison Protective Relaying, Operating and Telemetering Guidelines for
Independently Owned Generation and before operating such equipment must obtain certification, in
writing, from Detroit Edison that the conditions outlined in the guidelines have been met.

10.4 Customer equipment must be operated so that voltage flicker and harmonics on the Detroit
Edison Distribution System shall not exceed permissible limits established by Detroit Edison and by IEEE
Standard 519, respectively. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in discontinuance of
service to the Customer and disconnection of Customer's Load from the Detroit Edison system.

10.5 Redundant services requested by the Customer may be provided under separate agreement.

10.6 Detroit Edison's Rules and Regulations as currently in effect are incorporated by reference into
this tariff to the extent applicable and, Rule C-2.2(2) notwithstanding, only to the extent not inconsistent
with the terms of this Tariff.

ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC SUPPLIER SECTION

11. Alternative Electric Supplier

11.1 This Tariff section outlines the rights and responsibilities of Alternative Electric suppliers and
Detroit Edison when enrolling and serving Customers under retail access service. The Alternative Electric
Supplier is the retail seller of electric supply to the Customer on Detroit Edison's Distribution System.

11.2 If an Alternative Electric Supplier or Marketer fails to pay amounts due Detroit Edison or otherwise
fails to perform obligations undertaken in connection with service to a Customer, Detroit Edison will give
the Customer notice of the Alternative Electric Supplier's or Marketer's default. If the Customer, its
Alternative Electric Supplier, or its Marketer fails to pay amounts due Detroit Edison or otherwise fails to
comply with the provisions of the applicable Tariffs or agreements with Detroit Edison, retail access
service may be terminated. Unless the Customer, Alternative Electric Supplier or Marketer cures the
default with Detroit Edison or the Customer changes its Alternative Electric Supplier, the Customer may be
returned to Detroit Edison Full Service subject to the provisions of Section 5.4.

11.3. The Alternative Electric Supplier is responsible for all of the Alternative Electric Supplier charges
associated with its Customers until retail access service is terminated.

11.4 Termination of retail access service to a Customer can be initiated by the Alternative Electric
Supplier, the Customer or Detroit Edison. Alternative Electric Suppliers and Detroit Edison shall comply
with the billing rules that govern the shut off of service, R 460.2101 et seq. and R 460.3903 et seq. except
that instead of providing a notice of termination, Alternative Electric Suppliers shall provide a notice of
return to full service.
CANCELLED
BY
U-13808
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
09-29-05
DATE _____________________

Issued: January 18, 2002 Effective for service rendered on


By: H.L. Dow III tj_'_t._ . _ k and after December 20, 2001 under

Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case


2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226

Senior Vice President !_ IFE B 2 _6"Z002 authority of order of the Michigan


M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. EC2o
The Detroit Edison Company Replaces Original Sheet No. EC2o
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2n)

17. DISPUTE RESOLUTION


17.1 Detroit Edison will have no duty or obligation to resolve any complaints or disputes between or among
Alternative Electric Suppliers and Marketers or any combination thereof, related to but not limited to
switching Alternative Electric Suppliers, switching Marketers, termination of retail access service,
Customer enrollment or Customer billing options.

17.2 In the event of a dispute between Detroit Edison and an Alternative Electric Supplier, including but not
limited to “Events of Default,” the Parties may attempt, in good faith, to resolve the dispute amicably and
promptly. If the dispute is not resolved in five (5) business days, the Parties may attempt to resolve the
dispute by promptly appointing a senior representative of each Party to attempt to mutually agree upon
a resolution. The two senior members shall meet within ten (10) business days. If the two senior
representatives cannot reach a resolution within a 30-day period, the dispute may, on demand of either
Party, be submitted to arbitration as provided in this section.

17.3 The dispute will be submitted for resolution in accordance with the American Arbitration Association
(“AAA”) Commercial Arbitration Rules. The judgment rendered by the arbitrator may be enforced in any
court having jurisdiction of the subject matter and the Parties.

17.4 If the parties are unable to agree on an arbitrator, the arbitrator shall be determined by AAA.

17.5 The findings and award of the arbitrator shall be final and conclusive and shall be binding upon the
Parties, except as otherwise provided by law. Any award shall specify the manner and extent of the
division of the costs between the Parties.

17.6 Nothing in this Section shall restrict the rights of either Party to file a formal complaint with an
appropriate regulatory agency regarding any issue the adjudication of which lies within the exclusive
jurisdiction of the regulatory agency.

18. SLAMMING PROTECTION


18.1 Alternative Electric Suppliers shall warrant that the Customer has duly authorized the submitted
enrollment and the Alternative Electric Supplier has complied with the provisions of 2000 P.A. 141 or
any applicable commission rules developed pursuant to 2000 P.A. 141 to prevent slamming.

18.2 Detroit Edison provides Residential Customers with pending enrollments with an Alternative Electric
Supplier, a three-day notice period in which the Customer may cancel the enrollment before the switch
is executed. If the Customer challenges the enrollment the switch transaction is cancelled, the affected
Alternative Electric Supplier(s) are notified, and the enrolling Alternative Electric Supplier shall be
assessed the $5 switching fee instead of the Customer. If the Customer cancels an enrollment in error,
the enrolling Alternative Electric Supplier’s remedy is to discuss the situation with the Customer and
submit a new enrollment.

Commercial and Industrial ROA Customers’ right to cancel an enrollment shall be in accordance with
the terms of their contract with their Alternative Electric Supplier(s).

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. EC2p)
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON AND
M.E. CHAMPLEY AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
Filed _______________
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2o
M.P.S.C. No. 9

-
I RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF continued
I
1
12.

12.1
Creditworthiness

There is no creditworthiness requirement for Alternative Electric Supplier Is unless the Alternative
I
Electric Supplier is purchasing products or services from Detroit Edison. Alternative Electric Suppliers
who purchase products or services from Detroit Edison must demonstrate and maintain current
creditworthiness in an amount sufficient to cover anticlpated charges for all those products or services.
For unsecured credit, the Alternative Electric Supplier must provide three (3) years of audited financial
statements, including notes, having an acceptable amount of positive tangible net worth, and meeting risk
parameters derived from an analysis of its financial statements The Alternative Electric Supplier may
provide alternative security or credit enhancement, such as a letter of guarantee, letter of credit or
prepayment. Detroit Edison will use reasonable credit review procedures which may include, but are not
limited to, review of the Alternative Electric Supplier's financial statements, verification that the Alternative
Electric Supplier is not operating under state or federal bankruptcy laws, and has no pending lawsuits or
regulatory proceedings or judgments outstanding which would have a material adverse affect on the
Alternative Electric Supplier and its ability to perform its obligations. Affiliates of Detroit Edison must meet
these same creditworthiness requirements.

12.2

12.3
The amount of creditworthiness required is equivalent to two months expected exposure.

Following 24 months of full and timely payment to Detroit Edison for service provided, an
I
Alternative Electric Supplier shall be deemed to have sufficient credlt to satisfy Detroit Edison's
requirements.

13. Electronic Business Transactions


I
3.1 Unless specified otherwise by Detroit Edison in a Commission-approvedtariff, Alternative Electric
Suppliers shall transact all business with Detroit Edison electronically.

13.2 Unless otherwise specified by Detroit Edison in a Commission-approvedtariff, all payments made
to Detroit Edison by the Alternative Electric Supplier will be made by electronic funds transfer to the Detroit
I
Edison account.

14. Conditions Precedent to Customer Enrollment


I I
The Alternative Electric Supplier will not be eligible to enroll Customers unless and until the following
conditions precedent have been satisfied and continue to be satisfied:
I
4

14.2
The Alternative Electric Supplier has been granted a license by the Commission.

The Alternative Electric Supplier has demonstrated electronic communication and commerce
I I
capability, which meets Detroit Edisonssstandards and protocols as defined in tariffs approved by the
Commisi
CANCELLED
BY
ORDER
U-14399

REMOVED BY RL

- DATE 02-01-06

Issued: January 18,2002 Effectivefor service renderedon


By: H.L. Dow Ill and after December 20,2001 under
Senlor Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Plannlng & Development Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20,2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226

-- - .- .--- -
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. EC2p
The Detroit Edison Company Replaces First Revised l Sheet No. EC2p
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2o)

19. REAL POWER LOSSES


The Marketer used by the Alternative Electric Supplier is responsible for replacing losses associated with the
delivery of power to the Customer’s meter. The amount of Power delivered by Detroit Edison on the Detroit
Edison Distribution System to the Customer’s meter shall be adjusted using the following real power loss factors
for distribution service:

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter

Secondary 10.88% 11.95% 12.01% 10.23%

4.8/13.2 kV 6.61% 7.13% 7.37% 6.31%

24kV/41.6 kV 1.86% 2.09% 2.34% 1.90%

120 kV and above 0.55% 0.57% 0.57% 0.55%

Marketers must schedule and supply an amount of Power equal to its Customers’ hourly usage x [(1 + D%) x (1
+ T%)] to account for losses on the ITC Transmission and Detroit Edison Distribution System, where T% is the
applicable loss factor contained in the ITC Open Access Transmission Tariff and D% is the applicable loss factor
from the table above.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________ (Continued on Sheet No. EC2q)
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON AND
M.E. CHAMPLEY AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT Filed _______________ UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. EC2p
The Detroit Edison Company . Replaces Original Sheet No. EC2p
Chanqesmade to reflect Order No. U-13808

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2o)

14. CONDITIONS PRECEDENT TO CUSTOMER ENROLLMENT (Continued)


14.3The AlternativeElectric Supplier has an executedcontract with a qualified Marketer,as evidencedin an
executedAlternative ElectdcSupplier-MarketerNotice.

15. CONDITIONS PRECEDENT FOR SERVING CUSTOMERS

The Alternative ElectricSupplier will not be permittedto serve or continueto serve Customersunless and until
the followingconditionsprecedenthave been satisfiedand maintained:

15.1TheAlternative ElectdcSupplier hassatisfiedand continuesto satisfyall conditionsin Section 14.

15.2Alirequired Customermeteringequipmentis in placeand functioningproperly.

15.3The AlternativeElectricSupplierhas compliedwith and continuesto complywith all provisionsof this Tariff.

16. RATES AND CHARGES ,,

16.1TheAlternativeElectricSuppliersha!lpay DetroitEdisonthe following:

16.1.1 An Alternative Electric Supplier enrolling Customer(s) with the CompleteBilling option shall pay
Detroit Edisona one-time charge of $5,000for the AlternativeElectric Supplier'sinitial rate-ready
scheduleset-up for up to sixty rates,regardlessof the numberof Customerselecting this option.

16.1.2 An Alternative Electric Supplier enrolling Customer(s)with the Complete Billing option shall pay
Detroit Edison a monthly transaction charge of $0.20 per Customer location billed under the
CompleteBillingoption.

16.1.3 An AlternativeElectric Supplier enrolling Customer(s)with the Complete Billing option shal! pay
Detroit Edison $1,000 per occurrencefor each change request made by the Alternative Electric
Supplier to its rate-ready schedule, regardless of the number of changes in the request or the
numberof Customerseffected.

16.1.4 Any other chargesto theAlternativeElectricSupplierfor servicesprovidedby DetroitEdisonwill be


negotiatedon an individualcase basis. -

16.2DetroitEdisonwill providetwo (2) CustomerBilling options-CompleteBilling by DetroitEdisonand Separate


Billing by Detroit Edison and the Alternative Electric Supplier. It is the responsibilityof the Alternative
Electric Supplier to identify on the Customer Enrollment Form which of these options the Customer has
requested.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. EC2q)


Michigan Public Service

ISSUEDDECEMBER14,2004 commission EFFECTIVEFOR SERVICERENDEREDON


M.E. CHAMPLEY I ] AND AFTER NOVEMBER24, 2004

SENIORVICE PRESIDENT
REGULATORY AFFAIRS I January 4, 20051 MICHIGANPUBLICSERVICECOMMISSION
UNDERAUTHORITYOF ORDEROF THE
Filed _/3_ _3, DATEDNOVEMBER23, 2004
DETROIT,MICHIGAN _ IN CASE NO. U-13808
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2p
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

14.3 Until 1/1/2002 the Alternative Electric Supplier is authorized to use capacity, as evidenced by a
valid, executed Capacity Owner-Alternative Electric Supplier Notice between the Alternative Electric
Supplier and the Capacity Owner in an amount sufficient to serve the Customers that it seeks[to enroll.

14.4 The Alternative Electric Supplier has an executed contract with a qualified Marketer, as evidenced
in an executed Alternative Electric Suppiier-.Marketer Notice.

15. Conditions Precedent for Servinq Customers

The Alternative Electric Supplier will not be permitted to serve or continue to serve Customers unless and
until the fol!owing conditions precedent have been satisfied and maintained:

15.1 The Alternative Electric Supplier has satisfied and continues to satisfy all conditions in Section 14.

15.2 All required Customer metering equipment is in place and functioning properly.

15.3 The Alternative Electric Supplier has complied with and continues to comply with all provisions of
this Tariff.

16. Rates and Charges

16.1 The Alternative Electric Supplier shall pay Detroit Edison the following:

16.1.1 An Alternative Electric Supplier enrolling Customer(s) with the Complete Billing option
shall pay Detroit Edison a one-time charge of $5,000 for the Alternative Electric Supplier's initial
rate-ready schedule set-up for up to sixty rates, regardless of the number of Customers electing
this option.

16.1.2 An Alternative Electric Supplier enrolling Customer(s) with the Complete Billing option
shall pay Detroit Edison a monthly transaction charge of $0.20 per Customer location billed under
the Complete Billing option.

16.1.3 An Alternative Electric Supplier enrolling Customer(s) with the Complete Billing option
shall pay Detroit Edison $1,000 per occurrence for each change request made by the Alternative
Electric Supplier to its rate-ready schedule, regardless of the number of changes in the.request or
the number of Customers effected.

16.1.4 Any other charges to the Alternative Electric Supplier for services provided by Detroit
Edison will be negotiated on an individual case basis.

16.2 Detroit Edison will provide two (2) Customer Billing options-Complete,Billing by Detroit Edison and
Separate Billing by Detroit Edison and the Alternative Electric Supplier._ .___/it
_istthe re.sp_Bsibility of the
Alternative Electric Supplier to identify on the Customer Enrollment._=._
Fo_., _these_ien_tne_
, __ __-

Customer has requested. ,A_CELLED?.'f __ -


l

M/181d RENOV£_ 81t -'--"--'- _

• O#,T
Effective for service rendered on
Issued: January 18, 2002 j(_,_ ._
By: H .L. Bow III !_"1" FEB 2 6....Z002_ and after December 20, 2001 under
senior vice President !_ _ authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development\_. _ Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue \ No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001

Detroit, Michigan 48226 _ y ,


M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. EC2q
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. EC2q

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2p)

MARKETER SECTION

20. OPTIONAL LOAD PROFILE MANAGEMENT SERVICE


Available on an optional basis, Detroit Edison will provide forecasts of the hourly energy requirements for the
Marketer’s energy-only metered customers. If the marketer supplies energy in accordance with the provided
forecasts, the marketer will not be subject to imbalance penalties, only a true-up for actual energy consumed
compared to energy supplied. The term for this service is 12 month, extending thereafter from month to month
until terminated by 30-day written notice by the Marketer.

The Load Profile Management Service Charge is $.0034 per kWh for all kWh consumed.

20.1 Load Profiling

Marketers with Customers who do not have demand and energy hourly recording (Interval Demand)
meters shall comply with the following provisions:

(1) Interval Demand Meters shall be installed on a sample set of Customers to achieve a statistically
accurate sample rate of 80% ± 20% on an hourly basis during the on-peak hours. Such sample set of
Interval Demand Meters shall be furnished, installed, maintained and owned by Detroit Edison.

(2) The hourly meter data from the sample set meters, along with historical customer usage history, will be
used by Detroit Edison to generate and maintain load leading profiles for each Marketer. Load leading
profiles will be provided by Detroit Edison to the Marketer by 2:00 PM Eastern Time on the Wednesday
before the start of the next week (or Tuesday if Thursday is a holiday). Detroit Edison may adjust each
profile by providing notice at least one and one-half hours in advance of the effective time of the
schedule change. The load leading profiles shall be used by the Marketers to schedule Power deliveries
to the Point of Receipt. Scheduling for Power delivery, using the load leading profile, shall be in
accordance with Rule F5.l.

20.2 Power Scheduling

If the Marketer scheduled Power in accordance with the load leading profiles provided by Detroit
Edison, then no hourly Energy Imbalance penalties shall occur. If the Marketer did not schedule Power
in accordance with the load leading profiles, an hourly Energy Imbalance penalty may apply. Any hourly
energy imbalance penalties or charges shall be subject to the Energy Imbalance Service Schedule in
the ITC’s FERC Open Access Tariff.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________

Michigan Public Service


Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON AND
M.E. CHAMPLEY Filed _______________
AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
M.P.S.C. No, 9 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. EC2q
The Detroit Edison Company Replaces Original Sheet No. EC2q
Chanoes made to reflect Order No. U-13808

(Continued From Sheet No. EC2p)

16. RATES AND CHARGES (Continued)


16.3Allocation of Partial Payments Under Complete Billing

In the event the Customer submits a partial payment, the receipts will be applied as follows:

• all past due and current Detroit Edison distribution and distribution related charges
• past due and current Alternative Electric Supplier energy charges
• other Detroit Edison charges
• other Alternative Electric Supplier charges

Partial payments resulting from disputed charges shall be allocated first to undisputed charges in each of
the above four categories and then to disputed charges in each of the above four categories.

16.4Detroit Edison will not pursue collection actions for any Alternative Electdc Supplier.

17. DISPUTE RESOLUTION "

17.1Detroit Edison will have no duty or obligationto resolve any complaints or disputes between or among
Alternative Electric Suppliers and Marketers or any combination thereof, related to but not limited to
switchingAlternative Electdc Suppliers, switching Marketers, termination of retail access service, Customer
enrollment or Customer billing options.

t7.21n the event of a dispute between Detroit Edison and an Alternative Electric Supplier, including but not
.limited to "Events of Default," the Parties may attempt, in good faith, to resolve the dispute amicably and
I_romptly. If the dispute is not resolved in five (5) business days, the Parties may attempt to resolve the
dispute by promptly appointing a senior representative of each Party to attempt to mutually agree upon a
resolution. The two senior members shall meet within ten (10) business days. If the two senior
representatives cennot reach a resoJution within a 30:day period, the dispute may, on demand of either
Party, be submitted to arbitration as provided in this section.

17.3The dispute will be submitted for resolution in accordance with the American Arbitration Association ("AAA")
Commercial Arbitration Rules. The judgment rendered by the arbitrator may be enforced in any court having
jurisdiction of the subject matter and the Parties.

17.41f the parties are unable to agree on an arbitrator, the arbitrator shall be determined by AAA.

17.5The findings and award of the arbitrator shall be final and conclusive and shall be binding upon the Parties,
except as otherwise provided by law. Any award shall specifiJ the manner and extent of the division of the
costs between the Parties.

17.6Nothing in this Section shall restrict the dghts of either Party to file a formal complaint with an appropriate
regulatory agency regarding any issue the adjudication of which lies within the exclusive jurisdiction of the
regulatory agency.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

REMOVED BY_______________ RL
02-01-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. EC2r)

Michigan Public Service


ISSUED DECEMBER 14, 2004 commission EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT


REGULATORY
M.E. CHAMPLEYAFFAIRS I
January 4, 200 5i UNDER AUTHORITY
MICHIGAN
AND AFTERPUBLIC
OF ORDER
SERVICE
NOVEMBER
OF THE
COMMISSION
24, 2004
Filed (_/_ _ DATED NOVEMBER 23, 2004
DETROIT, MICHIGAN = _ IN CASE NO. U-13808
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2q
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

16.3 Allocation of Partial Payments Under Complete Billing

In the event the Customer submits a partial payment, the receipts will be applied as follows:

• all past due and current Detroit Edison distribution and distribution related charges
• past due and current Alternative Electric Supplier energy charges
• other Detroit Edison charges
• other Alternative Electric Supplier charges

Partial payments resulting from disputed charges shall be allocated first to undisputed charges in each of
the above four categories and then to disputed charges in each of the above four categories.

16.4 Detroit Edison will not pursue collection actions for any Alternative Electric Supplier.

17. Dispute Resolution

17.1 Detroit Edison will have no duty or obligation to resolve any complaints or disputes between or
among Capacity Owners, Alternative Electric Suppliers and Marketers or any combination thereof, related
to but not limited to switching Alternative Electric Suppliers, switching Marketers, termination of retail
access service, Customer enrollment or Customer billing options.

17.2 In the event of a dispute between Detroit Edison and an Alternative Electric Supplier, including but
not limited to "Events of Default," the Parties may attempt, in good faith, to resolve the dispute amicably
and promptly. If the dispute is not resolved in five (5) business days, the Parties may attempt to resolve
the dispute by promptly appointing a senior representative of each Party to attempt to mutually agree upon
a resolution. The two senior members shall meet within ten (10) business days. If the two senior
representatives cannot reach a resolution within a 30-day period, the dispute may, on demand of either
Party, be submitted to arbitration as provided in this section.

17.3 The dispute will be submitted for resolution in accordance with the American Arbitration
Association ("AAA") Commercial Arbitration Rules. The judgment rendered by the arbitrator may be
enforced in any court having jurisdiction of the subject matter and the Parties.

17.4 If the parties are unable to agree on an arbitrator, the arbitrator shall be determined by AAA.

17.5 The findings and award of the arbitrator shall be final and conclusive and shall be binding upon
the Parties, except as otherwise provided by law. Any award shall specify the manner and extent of the
division of the costs between the Parties.

17.6 Nothing in this Section shall restrict


.....
the rights of either Party tto_i fileEl a formal complaint_Lth
lllll L I Jl I . •
an
appropriateregulatoryagency regardlngany issue the adjudlcat;oi oi-wnlch lieswithinthe exclu_ive
jurisdiction of the regulatory agency. CAHCELL[0 BY ,,_ ]
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M/181e !_,1'1[ .,.'_7-L'/--,, 0-_ --i

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Issued: January 18, 2002 /_'_" _L_'_) _N% Effective for service rendered on .
By: H.L. Dow III /_,_- "f_\ and after December 20, 2001 under "

Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case .


2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226

Senior Vice President ___ "_--_, authority of order of the Michigan


M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. EC2r
The Detroit Edison Company Third Revised Sheet No. EC2s
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399 First Revised Sheet No. EC2t
First Revised Sheet No. EC2u
First Revised Sheet No. EC2v
First Revised Sheet No. EC2w
First Revised Sheet No. EC2x
First Revised Sheet No. EC2y
First Revised Sheet No. EC2z
First Revised Sheet No. EC2aa

These sheets have been cancelled and are reserved for future use.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________
Michigan Public Service
Commission

ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 January 31, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON AND
M.E. CHAMPLEY Filed _______________ AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
THE DETROITEDISONCOMPANY OriginalSheetNo. EC2r
M.P.S.C.No.9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

18. Slamminq Protection £

18.1 Alternative Electric Suppliers shall Warrant that the Customer has duly authorized the submitted
enrollment and the Alternative Electric Supplier has complied with the provisions of 2000 P.A. 141 or any
applicable commission rules developed pursuant to 2000 P.A. 141 to prevent slamming.

18.2 Detroit Edison provides Residential Customers with pending enrollments with an Alternative
Electric Supplier, a three-day notice period in which the Customer may cancel the enrollment before the
switch is executed. If the Customer challenges the enrollment the switch transaction is cancelled, the
affected Alternative Electric Supplier(s) are notified, and the enrolling Alternative Electric Supplier shall be
assessed the $5 switching fee instead of the Customer. If the Customer cancels an enrollment in error,
the enrolling Alternative Electric Supplier's remedy is to discuss the situation with the Customer and
submit a new enrollment.

Commercial and Industrial ROA Customers' right to cancel an enrollment shall be in accordance with the
terms of their contract with their Alternative Electric Supplier(s).

19. Real Power Losses

The Marketer used by the Alternative Electric Supplier is responsible for replacing losses associated with
the delivery of power to the Customer's meter. The amount of Power delivered by Detroit Edison on the
Detroit Edison Distribution System to the Customer's meter shall be adjusted using the following real
power loss factors for distribution service:

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter

Secondary 10.88% 11.95% 12.01% 10.23%

4.8/13.2 kV 6.61% 7.13% 7.37% 6.31%

24kV/41.6 kV 1.86% 2.09% 2.34% 1.90%

120 kV and above 0.55% 0.57% 0.57% 0.55%

Marketers must schedule and supply an amount of Power equal to its Customers' hourly usage x [(1 +
D%) x (1 + T%)] to account for losses on the ITC Transmission and Detroit Edison Distribution System,
where T% is the applicable loss factor contained in the ITC Open Access Transmission Tariff and D% is
the applicable loss factor from the table above.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________

Issued:January18,2002
By:H.L.DowIII /_ FEB _ 6 Z00Z _/ Effectivefor servicerenderedon
andafterDecember 20, 2001under

StrategicPlanning& Development PublicServiceCommissionin Case -


2000SecondAvenue No.U-12489datedDecember20, 2001
Detroit,Michigan48226
SeniorVice President I_.._
_"_ authorityoforderof the Michigan
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Second Revised Sheet No. EC2s
_- M.P.S.C. No. 9 Replaces First Sheet No. EC2s
' (Revised to comply with Order dated May 02, 2003 in Case No. U-13385)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

MARKETER SECTION

20. Optional Load Profile Management Service

Available on an optional basis, Detroit Edison will provide forecasts of the hourly energy
requirements for the Marketer's energy-6nly metered customers. If the marketer supplies energy
in accordance with the provided forecasts, the marketer will not be subject to imbalance penalties,
only a true-up for actual energy consumed compared to energy supplied. The term for this
service is 12 month, extending thereafter from month to month until terminated by 30-day written
notice by the Marketer.

The Load Profile Management Service Charge is $.0034 per kWh for all kWh consumed.

20.1 Load Profiling

Marketers with Customers who do not have demand and energy hourly recording (Interval
Demand) meters shall comply with the following provisions:

(1) Interval Demand Meters shall be installed on a sample set of Customers to achieve a
statistically accurate sample rate of 80% + 20% on an hourly basis during the on-peak
hours. Such sample set of Interval Demand Meters shall be furnished, installed, maintained
and owned by Detroit Edison.

(2) The hourly meter data from the sample set meters, along with historical customer usage
history, will be used by Detroit Edison to generate and maintain load leading profiles for
each Marketer. Load leading profiles will be provided by Detroit Edison to the Marketer by
2:00 PM Eastern Time on the Wednesday before the start of the next week (or Tuesday if
Thursday is a holiday). Detroit Edison may adjust each profile by providing notice at least
one and one-half hours in advance of the effective time of the schedule change. The load
leading profiles shall be used by the Marketers to schedule Power deliveries to the Point of
Receipt. Scheduling for Power delivery, using the load leading profile, shall be in
accordance with Rule F5.1.

20.2 Power Scheduling

If the Marketer scheduled Power in accordance with the load leading profiles provided by Detroit
Edison, then no hourly Energy Imbalance penalties shall occur. If the Marketer did not schedule
Power in accordance with the load leading profiles, an hourly Energy Imbalance penalty may
apply. Any hourly energy imbalance penalties or charges shall be subject to the Energy Imbalance
Service Schedule in the ITC's FERC Open Access Tariff.
CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________

i:,! ,MICHIGAN
PUBLIC

Issued: May 30, 2003 ......... ..-._:_ Effective for service rendered on
By: M. E. Champley ._-_.: and after May 02, 2003 under
SeniorVice President
2000 Second Avenue
' ::'?
!• :':'';_
JUN| 3 2003 " authority of order ofthe Michigan
_.,- ' Public Service Commission in Case
Detroit, Michigan 48226 -:_£_ No. U-13385 dated May 02, 2003.

:_?_ ,
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2s
M.P.S.C. No. 9 Replaces Original Sheet No. EC2s
(Revised to comply with Order dated April 26, 2002 in Case No. U-12489)

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

MARKETER SECTION

20. Optional Load Profile Management Service

The actual hourly Power consumption of Customers without Interval Demand Meters is
unknown. Thus, the Marketer is not providing total load following for those Customers
being supplied Power by the Marketer; Detroit Edison is providing this service. As
compensation to Detroit Edison for providing generation resources to meet unmetered
-supply versus consumption" deviations, the Marketer electing this service shall be charged
a Profile Management Service Charge as set forth below.

The Load Profile Management Service Charge is $.0046 per kWh for all kWh consumed.

20.1 Load Profiling

Retailers with Customers who do not have demand and energy hourly recording (Interval
Demand) meters shall comply with the following provisions:

(1) Interval Demand Meters shall be installed on a sample set of Customers to achieve a
statistically accurate sample rate of 80% + 20% on an hourly basis during the on-peak
hours. Such sample set of Interval Demand Meters shall be furnished, installed, maintained
and owned by Detroit Edison.

(2) The hourly meter data from the sample set meters, along with historical customer usage
history, will be used by Detroit Edison to generate and maintain load leading profiles for
each Marketer. Load leading profiles will be provided by Detroit Edison to the Marketer by
2:00 PM Eastern Time on the Wednesday before the start of the next week (or Tuesday if
Thursday is a holiday). Detroit Edison may adjust each profile by providing notice at least
one and one-half hours in advance of the effective time of the schedule change. The load
leading profiles shall be used by the Marketers to schedule Power deliveries to the Point of
Receipt. Scheduling for Power delivery, using the load leading profile, shall be in
accordance with Rule F5.1.

20.2 Power Scheduling

If the Marketer scheduled Power in accordance with the load leading profiles provided by Detroit
Edison, then no hourly Energy Imbalance penalties shall occur. If the Marketer did not schedule
Power in accordance with the load leading profiles, an hourly Energy imbalance penalty may
apply. Any hourly energy imbalance penalties or charges shall be subject to the Energy imbalance
ServiceSc_eduleJp,=tbe.LT.GLs_ERC Open Access Tariff.

CANCEL_.ED
BY
ORDER:_- /:_6_9-- '

, M0wD,) Cb i
f

DATE C_o-/_'-0 _'_ 1 M/181g.g

Issued: May 24, 2002 ['_ _,.\ Effective for service rendered on
By: H.L.Vice
Senior DowPresident
Ill l_ _t and after of
authority April 27,of2002
order under
the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development i_ JUI_j 4: 200Z _} Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue _ ._/ No. 1.1-12489dated April 26, 2002.

Detroit, Michigan 48226 __x _/


THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2s
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

MARKETER SECTION

20. Marketers

20.1 This Tariff section outlines the rights and responsibilities of Marketers and Detroit Edison when
serving Customers under retail access service. The Marketer is an entity that takes title to power and has
FERC authorization to market energy services. FERC authorization allows the Marketer to use
transmission systems to move power from the generator(s) to the distribution system.

20.2 Marketers desiring to supply Power to Customers through Alternative Electric Suppliers, under the
terms of this Retail Access Service Tariff, must comply with all statutory and regulatory requirements, state
and federal law and must enter into agreements satisfactory to ITC and Detroit Edison for:

(i) the payment of Transmission Charges and other charges

(ii) the provision and exchange of Customer information associated with service under this tariff,

(iii) the supply, scheduling and receipt of Power to be received by Detroit Edison from the
Marketer for delivery to the Customer,

(iv) the supply and scheduling of, and payment for, any backup service to be provided by Detroit
Edison, and

(v) transmission service under the ITC Open Access Transmission Service Tariff or JOATT in an
amount sufficient to supply Power, including losses, to all Customers the Marketer intends to
serve.

21. Real Power Losses

A Marketer is responsible for replacing losses associated with the delivery of power to the Customer's
meter. Marketers must schedule and supply an amount of Power equal to its Customer's hourly usage x
[(1 + D%) x (1 + T%)] to account for losses on the ITC Transmission and Detroit Edison Distribution
Systems, where T% is the applicable loss factor contained in the ITC Open Access Transmission Tariff
and D% is the applicable loss factor from the table in Section 18.

22. Reciprocity

22.1 If a municipally owned utility elects to provide electric generation service to retail Customers
receiving delivery service from an electric utility, they must comply with the provision outlined in section
10y of 2000 P.A. 141.

CANCELLED BY ORDER
IN CASE NO. U-#q#'#

APR2,6 ZuUZ

REMOVEDBY_4L4-
.

Issued: January 18, 2002 Effective for service rendered on


By: H.L. Dow III and after December 20, 2001 under
Senior Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY First Revised Sheet No. EC2t
M.P.S.C. No. 9 First Revised Sheet No. EC2u
First Revised Sheet No. EC2v
First Revised Sheet No. EC2w
First Revised Sheet No. EC2x
First Revised Sheet No. EC2y
First Revised Sheet No. EC2z
First Revised Sheet No. EC2aa

These sheets have been cancelled and are reserved for future use.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14399
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-01-06
DATE _____________________
M/181h

Issued: May 24, 2002 I." " C_"X, Effective for service rendered on
By: H.L. Bow III /._<',c "._.'_\ and after April 27_2002 under
Senior Vice President _
Strategic Planning & Development "I_ JU_'_ 4 2002 _) authority of order
Public Service of the Michigan
Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue ;:.>.. _./:_ No. U-12489 dated April 26, 2002.

Detroit, Michigan 48226 \_,_..___/.__


THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2t
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

22.2 Detroit Edison will not accept Power from a Marketer that does not contractually agree to provide
Detroit Edison with reciprocal access to retail Customers. A reasonable level of reciprocity between
Detroit Edison and the prospective Marketer and its affiliates must be established.

Through December 31,2001 :

In-state and out-of-state utilities and utility affiliates must consent to open the same
relative amount of their retail Customer load to competition as Detroit Edison. Further, the
consent of out-of-state utilities and utility affiliates to this reciprocity requirement must be
expressed as a provision of an enforceable contract. A municipal utility or a municipal
power agency is required to provide reciprocity only for the type of service it provides and
in the same relative amount.

On and after January 1,2002:

No Michigan-based electric utility shall be permitted to utilize Detroit Edison's Distribution


System to make retail sales unless the utility wishing to make the sale provides
comparable retail access service to Customers located within its service territory.

No generation supplier that provides retail distribution services, or that has an affiliate that
provides retail distribution services, shall be permitted to utilize the Detroit Edison
Distribution System to make retail sales unless the Marketer or its affiliate provides
comparable retail access service. If the transaction involves an intermediary (such as a
Marketer or broker), the reciprocity obligation may be satisfied by either the regional
transmission/distribution affiliate of the intermediary or by the owner of the generation
source or its regional transmission/distribution affiliate.

"Comparable" retail access service is one which; (i) provides for retail access service in
an amount of Customer load equivalent to that provided by Detroit Edison, and; (ii)
specifies rates, terms, and conditions that are equivalent to those offered by Detroit
Edison, and that have been approved by all applicable regulatory authorities for use in
retail access service transactions.

23. Marketer Participation in the Program The Marketer shall supply the following documentation to
ITC prior to providing retail access service:

23.1 An Application for Transmission Service.

23.2 All applicable Transmission Service Agreement(s).

23.3 A Wholesale Power Supply Agreement for emergency energy supply service to provide power: 1)
in the event the Marketer's power supply fails to be delivered until backup service (either Optional Retail
Access Backup Service or wholesale backup service) is scheduled, or 2) in the event backup service is
not contracted for or is not delivered. CANCELLED BY ORDER
IN CASE NO. U- I_l'-/_i

APR 2,6 ZOO2

Issued: January 18, 2002 Effective for se_ice rendered on


By: H.L. Dow 111 t,1_" :_, and after December 20, 2001 under

Senior Vice
Strategic President
Planning & Development =,., FEB 2 6 2_002 _=_
_/ authority
Public of order
Service of the Michigan
Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue \_, _',/ No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2u
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

23.4 The Marketer must demonstrate current creditworthiness in an amount sufficient to cover
anticipated transmission charges and charges for other services provided by ITC. For unsecured credit,
the Marketer must provide three (3) years of audited financial statements, including notes, having an
acceptable amount of positive tangible net worth, and meeting risk parameters derived from an analysis of
its financial statements. The Marketer may provide alternative security or credit enhancement, such as a
letter of guarantee, letter of credit or prepayment. ITC will use reasonable credit review procedures which
may include, but are not limited to, review of the Marketer's financial statements, verification that the
Marketer is not operating under state or federal bankruptcy laws, and has no pending lawsuits or
regulatory proceedings or judgments outstanding which would have a material adverse affect on the
Marketer and its ability to perform its obligations. Affiliates of Detroit Edison must meet these same
creditworthiness requirements.

23.4.1 The amount of credit required for transmission services and ancillary services is the total
of three times the monthly charges, for the peak month, as observed in the last 12 months.

23.4.2 The amount of credit required for backup service for energy used during June, July and
August is based on Market Priced Power.

23.4.3 The amount of credit required for backup service for energy used from September to May
is based on Market Priced Power.

23.4.4 Evidence of credit must be received by ITC 30 days prior to Customers taking retail
access service.

23.5 A signed Marketer Agreement.

23.6 An Alternative Electric Supplier-Marketer Notice evidencing the Marketer's agreement to provide
Transmission Services, Ancillary services, and backup services to Customers for at least one Alternative
Electric Supplier. If a Marketer is also serving as a qualified Alternative Electric Supplier, an Alternative
Electric Supplier-Marketer Notice must still be forwarded to Detroit Edison showing the same entity as
both the Alternative Electric Supplier and Marketer. If a Customer is serving as its own Marketer and
Alternative Electric Supplier, an Alternative Electric Supplier-Marketer Notice must be forwarded to Detroit
Edison showing the same entity (the Customer) as both the Marketer and Alternative Electric Supplier.

23.7 Certify that it meets all reciprocity requirements of Section 6 of the OATT and Section 22 of this
tariff.

23.8 Where applicable, a Tax Exemption Certificate exempting the Marketer from sales tax for
Transmission Services sold.

24. In addition to the documentation listed above, the Marketer, prior to being allowed to serve
Customers, must:

24.1 Demonstrate that it is in full compliance with all FERC and OATT requirements; _nI_NCELLED BY OR
IN CASE NO. U- _e'_;

APR ,26 ZOO


M/181i

Issued: January 18, 2002 _ Effective for service rendered on


By: H.L. Dow III and after December 20, 2001 under
Senior Vice President _ _ authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development £ Public Service Commission in_ Case V
__ _ No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
2000 Second Avenue _,_.
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2v
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

24.2 Demonstrate electronic communications and commerce capability which meets Detroit Edison's
standards and protocols as defined on the Detroit Edison web site and in tariffs approved by the
Commission.

24.3 Complete a Transmission Service Agreement Sink - Meter Relationship form which identifies the
Transmission Service Agreement Sink identification code provided by ITC associated with each of its
Alternative Electric Supplier's Customer meter number(s).

25. Marketer's Obligations as a Participant in Program

The Marketer agrees to serve all Customers enrolled by an Alternative Electric Supplier for which there is
an active Alternative Electric Supplier-Marketer Notice on file with Detroit Edison. A Marketer acting as an
Alternative Electric Supplier must fulfill all requirements of both a Marketer and an Alternative Electric
Supplier.

25.1 The Marketer will arrange for all Transmission Services and Ancillary Services associated with
service to a Customer.

25.2 The Marketer will comply with all applicable provisions of the OATT, the JOATT, this Tariff, any
applicable federal, state or local law, ordinance, or regulation, and any applicable administrative or judicial
order.

25.3 The Marketer will use the Transmission Service Agreement Sink identification code provided by
ITC when reserving transmission and scheduling energy.

25.4 The Marketer will provide daily energy schedules for all services including losses associated with
transmission and distribution, as required by the OATT or the Optional Retail Access Backup Tariff. The
Marketer will pay applicable taxes.

25.5 The Marketer will pay ITC for all applicable transmission services, ancillary services and backup
services provided by ITC to the Marketer for the Marketer's Customer(s) from the service commencement
date to the service termination date. The Marketer shall pay Detroit Edison for any optional Emergency
Energy Services and backup services purchased from the Detroit Edison merchant.

25.6 The Marketer will comply with all applicable requirements of NERC, ECAR or a successor
organization associated with its deliveries to the ITC transmission system and will assume responsibility
for any and all tagging requirements as well as providing all Sink information needed for completing the
transmission service setup process.

25.7 The Marketer will notify ITC immediately of any material adverse change in Marketer's financial
condition.

25.8 In the event of an interruption of its source the Marketer shall pay Detroit Edison for all power
delivered in the place of the lost supply. Unless contracted for separately with Detroit Edison, the pricing
for this service shall be the same as that specified in the Optional Retail Access Backul?_

minimum
next charge for one hour will apply to this service, and subsequent
full hour. usage will be o_'_'cl_-_eU- ] _/_
M/181j /_,PR _ 6 7_Oq',
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issued: January 18, 2002 _L_ _'_\ Effective for service r,.R_E_ B
By: H.L. Dow III and after December _e_oer
Senior Vice President authority of order of the Michigan

2000 Second
Strategic Avenue
Planning & Development I_ FEB _-2002 _/ No. U-12489
Public dated
Service December
Oommission 20, 2001
in Case
Detroit, Michigan 48226 \_" _/
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2w
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

25.9 A Marketer may obtain wholesale backup service from Detroit Edison, whereby Detroit Edison
commits to supply scheduled power at wholesale to the Marketer sufficient to cover deficiencies in
Marketer's supply of power to the Detroit Edison Distribution System. The Marketer is required to schedule
this service. The Marketer will be billed for and shall pay for wholesale backup service.

25.10 Pursuant to ITC's Optional Retail Access Backup Service Tariff on file with the Michigan Public
Service Commission an Alternative Electric Supplier for a Customer may contract for Optional Retail
Access Backup Service. The Marketer, however, shall schedule this service. The Marketer will be billed
for and shall pay for Power delivered.

25.11 A Marketer serving Customers under multiple Transmission Service Agreements must provide
separate reservations and schedules for each.

25.12 A Marketer serving multiple Customers may not combine the reservations or schedules for
Customers served under this Tariff with reservations and schedules for Customers served under other
tariffs.

25.13 A Marketer serving both Interval Demand and Energy Metered accounts under a single
Transmission Service Agreement may combine the loads from these accounts into a single integrated
schedule.

25.14 A Marketer understands and agrees to be bound by all charges associated with demands
determined using ITC profiling for Energy Metered accounts.

26. Detroit Edison and/or ITC Obligations to the Marketer

26.1 ITC shall provide Transmission Services pursuant to the OATT, the Marketer's Transmission
Service Agreement(s), applicable FERC orders or rulings, the Marketers Agreement, and any and all
applicable operating procedures used by Michigan Electric Power Coordination Center (MEPCC) and ITC
in its daily management of its Transmission System.

26.2 ITC shall provide or arrange to provide all mandatory ancillary services, pursuant to the OATT.

26.3 ITC shall provide or arrange to provide all optional ancillary services, unless the Marketer
demonstrates that it has acquired the optional ancillary services from another source, pursuant to the
OATT.

26.4 Detroit Edison shall offer emergency energy service pursuant to the Wholesale Power Supply
Agreement.

26.5 If contracted for, Detroit Edison shall provide Optional Retail Access Backup Service pursuant to
the Optional Retail Access Backup Service Tariff on file with the Commission.
CANCELLED BY ORDER
IN CASE NO. U-/_/-/E

APR2 6 ZO02

REMOVEDBY /Ft.4

Issued: January 18, 2002 Effective for service rendered on


By: H.L. Dow Ill and after December 20, 2001 under
Senior Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2x
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

27. Marketer Billing and Payment

27.1 Detroit Edison and ITC shall each bill the Marketer for services rendered in accordance with the
terms and conditions outlined in this Tariff, the OATT, the Wholesale Power Supply Agreement, and the
Optional Retail Access Backup Service Tariff.

27.2 ITC may send the Marketer a bill for transmission services and Ancillary Services, and Detroit
Edison will send a separate bill for any applicable emergency energy services and backup services
provided. ITC and Detroit Edison will render these bills within approximately the first ten (10) business
days of each calendar month for service rendered in the previous calendar month. If any load profiled
Customers are included in these billings, the imbalance billing will be delayed two months to allow for
obtaining meter reads of usage for Customers in all billing cycles and applying the appropriate load
curves.

27.3 Payment in full is due from the Marketer to ITC and Detroit Edison twenty (20) days from the date
the bill is issued ("due date").

28. Events of Default

28.1 The Marketer will be in default if the Marketer:

28.1.1 Fails to maintain its creditworthiness and fails within ten (10) business days of written or
electronic notification from ITC to reestablish creditworthiness; or

28.1.2 Fails to maintain qualification as a Marketer pursuant to sections 24 and 25 of this Tariff
or to perform its obligations pursuant to Section 26 of this Tariff and fails within ten (10) business
days of written or electronic notification from ITC to reestablish qualification and resume
performance of its obligations; or

28.1.3 Fails to pay for services rendered by ITC or Detroit Edison and fails to remedy the default
according to the OATT or this Tariff, if applicable; or, if not applicable, fails to remedy the default
within thirty (30) calendar days of written or electronic notification from ITC or Detroit Edison, as
appropriate, to make all payments in full to ITC and Detroit Edison; or

28.1.4 Fails to submit schedules prior to commencement of service as stipulated by the OATT.
Scheduling functions shall be in accordance with NERC Policy 3. Failure to perform scheduling
functions will contribute to noncompliance (as measured by four levels of noncompliance) of
NERC Control Performance Standard 1 and 2 requirements; or

28.1.5 Is found to have substantively misrepresented a material fact or other representation in


any document submitted to ITC or Detroit Edison in connection with this Program and fails within
ten (10) business days of written or electronic notification from ITC or Detroit Edison to correct the
misrepresentation while remaining qualified.
v'"- UINCASE NO. -/2-YEY

APR 2 6 ZOOZ

M/1811 REMOVEDBY_

Issued: January 18, 2002 _/_.\_L"_"_ Effective for service rendered on


By: H.L. Dow III /q,""
"°Y :----""s' J ¢_'_k and after December 20, 2001 under
Senior Vice President /_ _._ authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development [_Q._........ _'_,_ Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue i._ FEB 2 6 ;2002 No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001

Detroit, Michigan 48226 __


THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2y
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

29. Enrollment and Service Commencement and Termination

29.1 The Marketer is responsible for all obligations and liabilities with respect to transmission services
provided to its Customers until the Customers' participation in retail access service is terminated by either
the Alternative Electric Supplier, Detroit Edison, or the Customer, or until the Marketer's participation in
retail access is terminated by either the Marketer, ITC or Detroit Edison, or until the Marketer's relationship
with an Alternative Electric Supplier is terminated by the Marketer or the Alternative Electric Supplier.

29.2 All Customer enrollment commencement and Customer enrollment termination must be performed
by a qualified Alternative Electric Supplier. ITC and Detroit Edison shall have no obligations to the
Marketer pursuant to this Tariff until an Alternative Electric Supplier enrolls a Customer whose services
are to be provided by the Marketer.

30. Representations and Warranties

30.1 The Marketer represents and warrants to Detroit Edison/ITC that:

30.2 At all times when providing service to a Customer in conjunction with this Tariff, the Marketer will
comply with all provisions of the OATT, the JOATT, this Tariff, and any other applicable federal, state, or
local law, ordinance, or regulation, and any applicable administrative or judicial order.

30.3 The Marketer will not knowingly schedule generation significantly different from the expected
Customer loads served.

30.4 Except as provided in section 29 of this Tariff, defaulting Party's liability shall be limited to direct
actual damages only, and such direct actual damages shall be the sole and exclusive remedy and all
other remedies or damages at law or in equity are waived. Neither Party shall be liable for consequential,
incidental, punitive, exemplary or indirect damages, including but not limited to, lost profits or other
business interruption damages, by statute, in tort or contract, under any indemnity provision, or otherwise.
Limitations imposed on remedies and the measure of damages will be without regard to the cause or
causes related thereto, including the negligence of any Party, whether such negligence be sole, joint or
concurrent, or active or passive.

31. Dispute Resolution

31.1 ITC and Detroit Edison will have no duty or obligation to resolve any complaints or disputes
between Alternative Electric Suppliers and Marketers, related to but not limited to Alternative Electric
Supplier or Marketer notices, or switches or enrollment terminations.

31.2 In the event of a dispute between ITC and the Marketer of a subject matter controlled by the terms
of the OATT, ITC and the Marketer shall resolve the dispute in accordance with the provisions of the

OATT.
IN CASE NO. U-I2'7'_'/

APR 6 ?_OOZ

REMOVED
_,_m . BY_z_LA
Issued: January 18, 2002 /((_ _._ Effective for service rendered on
By: H.L. Dow III /'_t' _\ and after December 20, 2001 under

Strategic Planning & Development


Senior Vice President {_(_
FEB _ 6 _00
2._Jt
Public Service Commission in Case
authority of order of December
the Michigan
2000 Second Avenue _,_ _/ No. U-12489 dated 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226 _" , _
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2z
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

31.3 In the event of a dispute between ITC or Detroit Edison and the Marketer, including but not limited
to "Events of Default," ITC or Detroit Edison, as applicable, and the Marketer may attempt, in good faith, to
resolve the dispute amicably and promptly. If the dispute is not resolved in five (5) business days, ITC or
Detroit Edison, as applicable, and the Marketer shall attempt to resolve the dispute by promptly appointing
a senior representative of ITC or Detroit Edison, as applicable, and the Marketer to attempt to mutually
agree upon a resolution. The two senior members shall meet within ten (10) business days. If the two
senior representatives cannot reach a resolution within a 30-day period, the dispute may, on demand of
ITC or Detroit Edison, as applicable, or the Marketer, be submitted to arbitration as provided herein.

31.4 The dispute will be submitted for resolution in accordance with the American Arbitration
Association ("AAA") Commercial Arbitration Rules. The judgment rendered by the arbitrator may be
enforced in any court having jurisdiction of the subject matter and ITC or Detroit Edison, as applicable,
and the Marketer.

31.5 If the parties are unable to agree on an arbitrator, the The arbitrator shall be determined by AAA.

31.6 The findings and award of the arbitrator shall be final and conclusive and shall be binding upon
ITC or Detroit Edison, as applicable and the Marketer, except as otherwise provided by law. Any award
shall specify the manner and extent of the division of the costs between ITC or Detroit Edison, as
applicable, and the Marketer.

31.7 Nothing in this Section shall restrict the rights of either ITC or Detroit Edison, as applicable, or the
Marketer to file a formal complaint with an appropriate regulatory agency regarding any issue the
adjudication of which lies within the exclusive jurisdiction of the regulatory agency.

32. Bidding For Capacity Prior To 1/1/2002

Bid deposits for successful bids which remain unused through December 31, 2001 shall be returned to the
bidder by February 1, 2002. No interest shall be paid on these returned deposits if returned by this date. If
the bid deposit is returned after February 1, 2002, simple interest at the annual rate of 7% shall be paid
from the date Detroit Edison received the deposit.

34. Optional Load Profile Management Service

The actual hourly Power consumption of Customers without Interval Demand Meters is unknown. Thus,
the Marketer is not providing total load following for those Customers being supplied Power by the
Marketer; Detroit Edison is providing this service. As compensation to Detroit Edison for providing
generation resources to meet unmetered supply versus consumption deviations, the Marketer electing this
service shall be charged a Profile Management Service Charge as set forth below.

The Load Profile Management Service Charge is $.0046 per kWh for all kWh consumed.
CANCELLED BY ORDER
IN CASE NO. U-/._/_

APR 2,6 ZOOZ

M/181n

Issued: January 18, 2002 Effective for service rendered on


By: H.L. Dow Ill and after December 20, 2001 under
Senior Vice President authority of order of the Michigan
Strategic Planning & Development Public Service Commission in Case
2000 Second Avenue No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Original Sheet No. EC2aa
M.P.S.C. No. 9

RETAIL ACCESS SERVICE TARIFF - continued

34.1 Load Profiling

Retailers with Customers who do not have demand and energy hourly recording (Interval Demand )
meters shall comply with the following provisions:

(1) Interval Demand Meters shall be installed on a sample set of Customers to achieve a
statistically accurate sample rate of 80% + 20% on an hourly basis during the on-peak
hours. Such sample set of Interval Demand Meters shall be furnished, installed, maintained
and owned by Detroit Edison.

(2) The hourly meter data from the sample set meters, along with historical customer usage
history, will be used by Detroit Edison to generate and maintain load leading profiles for
each Marketer. Load leading profiles will be provided by Detroit Edison to the Marketer by
2:00 PM Eastern Time on the Wednesday before the start of the next week (or Tuesday if
Thursday is a holiday). Detroit Edison may adjust each profile by providing notice at least
one and one-half hours in advance of the effective time of the schedule change. The load
leading profiles shall be used by the Marketers to schedule Power deliveries to the Point of
Receipt. Scheduling for Power delivery, using the load leading profile, shall be in
accordance with Rule F5.1.

34.2 Power Scheduling


If the Marketer scheduled Power in accordance with the load leading profiles provided by Detroit Edison,
then no hourly Energy Imbalance penalties shall occur. If the Marketer did not schedule Power in
accordance with the load leading profiles, an hourly Energy Imbalance penalty may apply. Any hourly
energy imbalance penalties or charges shall be subject to the Energy Imbalance Service Schedule in the
ITC's FERC Open Access Tariff.

IN CASE NO. u-/.2y

APR ?,6 Z0OZ

M/181o REMOVEDBY_

Issued: January 18, 2002 _ Effective for service rendered on


By: H.L. Dow III and after December 20, 2001 under

Strategic Planning & Development _ _ Public Service Commission in Case


2000 Second Avenue 6 20 No. U-12489 dated December 20, 2001
Detroit, Michigan 48226

Senior Vice President _EB 2 _ authority of order of the Michigan


M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. EC3
The Detroit Edison Company Cancels Original Sheet No. EC3
Changes made to reflect Order No. U-14399

Rate Schedule No. EC3 Optional Retail Access Backup Service


AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE: Available to a Customer or to a Marketer/Retailer as an agent for a Customer who
elects to take service under Detroit Edison’s Retail Access Service Rider EC2. A Customer which elects to take
Backup Service on its own behalf shall be capable of scheduling the Backup Service. Backup Service provides
a temporary alternative power resource to the Customer in the event of an outage of the Customer’s generation
source or in the event that transmission capacity is constrained and the Customer’s generation source cannot be
delivered.

Customers requesting Backup Service from the Company must contract for Backup Service in advance of
utilizing the service.

HOURS OF SERVICE: 24 hours on a best efforts basis.

RATE PER MONTH:

The Company’s top incremental cost of power plus 1.0¢ per kWh.

The top incremental cost of power shall be the highest cost resource or purchase inclusive of all associated
transmission charges and any other applicable capacity or other costs.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE: The Customer shall pay the Company the amount billed within 21 days following the
date of mailing of the bill. A late payment charge of 2%, not compounded, of the unpaid balance, net of taxes,
shall be added to any bill that is delinquent as defined by the Commission Rules.

CONTRACT TERM: Service under this tariff will continue until such time that a competitive backup market develops
or firm transmission service is available to the Customer.

SCHEDULING REQUIREMENTS: The Customer must request Backup Service from the Company and is
responsible for scheduling that service. Requests to the Company for Backup Service must state both the
amount of backup supply and the duration.

SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service under this tariff is available on a best efforts basis. The Company
will make available, on a best efforts basis, supplies from its existing portfolio of generating plant and
transmission access to other systems. The Company is not required to build new capacity, purchase new
capacity, or interrupt non-retail access customers to provide service under this tariff.

To the extent that the Customer’s supply, including Backup Supply, is insufficient or cannot be delivered, the
Customer will be subject to curtailment before non-retail access customers in order to maintain system integrity.
Customers who fail to curtail when ordered to do so will be either: (i) terminated from service under this tariff; or
(ii) be required to permit and pay for any equipment installed by the Company necessary to permit the Company
to interrupt the Customer’s load.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14838
ORDER ____________________

NAP
REMOVED BY_______________
11-28-06
DATE _____________________
Michigan Public Service
Commission

January 31, 2006


ISSUED JANUARY 23, 2006 EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED ON AND
Filed _______________
M.E. CHAMPLEY AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DATED DECEMBER 22, 2005
DETROIT, MICHIGAN IN CASE NO. U-14399
THEDETROITEDISONCOMPANY OriginalSheetNo.EC3
M.P.S.C.No.9

OPTIONAL RETAIL ACCESS BACKUP SERVICE

AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE: Availableto a Customeror to a Marketer/Retaileras an agent for a


Customerwho electsto take service underDetroitEdison'sRetailAccessService Tariffs ECl or
EC2. A Customer which elects to take BackupService on its own behalf shall be capable of
scheduling the Backup Service. Backup Service provides a temporary alternative power
resourceto the Customerin theevent of an outage of the Customer'sgenerationsourceor in the
eventthat transmissioncapacity is constrainedand the Customer'sgenerationsource cannotbe
delivered.

Customers requesting Backup Service from the Company must.contract for Backup Service in
advance of utilizing the service.

HOURS OF SERVICE: 24 hours on a best efforts basis.

RATE PER MONTH:


The Company's top incrementalcostof powerplus1.0¢ per kWh.

The top incrementalcost of power shallbe the highestcost resourceor purchaseinclusiveof all
associatedtransmission chargesand any other applicablecapacityor other costs.

LATE PAYMENT CHARGE: The Customer shall pay the Companythe amount billedwithin21 days
followingthe date of mailing of the bill. A late paymentcharge of 2%, not compounded,of the
unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall-be added to any bill that is delinquentas defined by the
CommissionRules.

CONTRACT TERM: Service under this tariff will continueuntilsuch time that a competitive backup
market developsor firm transmissionservice is available to the Customer.

SCHEDULING REQUIREMENTS: The Customer must request Backup Service from the Company
and is responsible for schedulingthat service. Requests to the Company for Backup Service
must state boththe amountof backupsupplyand the duration.

SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service under this tariff is available on a best efforts basis.
The Company will make available, on a best efforts basis, supplies from its existing portfolio of
generating plant and transmission access to other systems. The Company is not required to
build new capacity, purchase new capacity, or interrupt non-retail access customers to provide
service under this tariff.

To the extent that the Customer's supply, including Backup Supply, is insufficient or cannot be
delivered, the Customer will be subject to curtailment before non-retail access customers in order
to maintain system integrity. Customers who fail to curtail when ordered to do so will be either:
(i) terminated from service under this tariff; or (ii) be required to permit and pay for any equipment
installed by the Company necessary to permit the Company to interrupt the Customer's load.

M/182

Issued: April 7, 1999 _._,_ Effective for service rendered on


By: L. G. Garberding __OO_ and after March 8, 1999 under
Executive Vice President /__ _\ authority of order of the Michigan
and Chief Financial Officer [_ -'_ Public Service Commission dated
k3 __ 04
2000 Second Avenue t_- N0V 2 9 1999 March 8, 1999 in Case U-11452.
Detroit, Michigan 48226 _,.... _,°1