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M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Thirty-Second Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Thirty-First Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2007

2008

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.973

0.869

January

0.923

0.923

February

0.973

0.869

February

0.923

0.923

March

0.973

0.869

March

0.923

0.923

April

0.973

0.869

April

0.923

May

0.973

0.869

May

0.923

June

0.973

0.869

June

0.923

July

0.973

0.669

July

0.923

August

0.973

0.669

August

0.923

September

0.869

0.669

September

0.923

October

0.869

0.669

October

0.923

November

0.869

0.669

November

0.923

December

0.869

0.869

December

0.923

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. On July 5, 2007, in its order approving a settlement agreement in Case No.U-15159, the MPSC authorized the following Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharges. These surcharges are effective for service rendered on and after July 5, 2007.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts

$0.000689/kWh

July 5, 2007 - 2009

Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000453/kWh or 0.56% $0.000919/kWh or 0.83% $0.003112/kWh or 3.15%

July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-10a)

ISSUED FEBRUARY 15, 2008 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2008 PLAN YEAR ISSUED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF 1982 PA 304, SECTION 6J(9) AND MPSC IN CASE NO.

U-15417

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Thirty-First Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Thirtieth Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2007

2008

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.973

0.869

January

0.923

0.923

February

0.973

0.869

February

0.923

0.923

March

0.973

0.869

March

0.923

April

0.973

0.869

April

0.923

May

0.973

0.869

May

0.923

June

0.973

0.869

June

0.923

July

0.973

0.669

July

0.923

August

0.973

0.669

August

0.923

September

0.869

0.669

September

0.923

October

0.869

0.669

October

0.923

November

0.869

0.669

November

0.923

December

0.869

0.869

December

0.923

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. On July 5, 2007, in its order approving a settlement agreement in Case No.U-15159, the MPSC authorized the following Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharges. These surcharges are effective for service rendered on and after July 5, 2007.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts

$0.000689/kWh

July 5, 2007 - 2009

Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000453/kWh or 0.56% $0.000919/kWh or 0.83% $0.003112/kWh or 3.15%

July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-10a)

ISSUED JANUARY 16, 2008 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2008 PLAN YEAR ISSUED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF 1982 PA 304, SECTION 6J(9) AND MPSC IN CASE NO.

U-15417

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Thirtieth Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Twenty-Ninth Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2007 and 2008.

2007

2008

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.973

0.869

January

0.923

0.923

February

0.973

0.869

February

0.923

March

0.973

0.869

March

0.923

April

0.973

0.869

April

0.923

May

0.973

0.869

May

0.923

June

0.973

0.869

June

0.923

July

0.973

0.669

July

0.923

August

0.973

0.669

August

0.923

September

0.869

0.669

September

0.923

October

0.869

0.669

October

0.923

November

0.869

0.669

November

0.923

December

0.869

0.869

December

0.923

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. On July 5, 2007, in its order approving a settlement agreement in Case No.U-15159, the MPSC authorized the following Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharges. These surcharges are effective for service rendered on and after July 5, 2007.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts

$0.000689/kWh

July 5, 2007 - 2009

Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000453/kWh or 0.56% $0.000919/kWh or 0.83% $0.003112/kWh or 3.15%

July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-10a)

ISSUED DECEMBER 19, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2008 PLAN YEAR ISSUED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF 1982 PA 304, SECTION 6J(9) AND MPSC IN CASE NO. U-15417

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Twenty-Ninth Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Twenty-Eighth Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

0.869

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

0.869

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

0.869

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

0.869

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

0.669

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

0.669

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.869

0.669

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.869

0.669

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.869

0.669

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.869

0.869

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. On July 5, 2007, in its order approving a settlement agreement in Case No.U-15159, the MPSC authorized the following Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharges. These surcharges are effective for service rendered on and after July 5, 2007.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts

$0.000689/kWh

July 5, 2007 - 2009

Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000453/kWh or 0.56% $0.000919/kWh or 0.83% $0.003112/kWh or 3.15%

July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-10a)

ISSUED NOVEMBER 21, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2007 PLAN YEAR UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED AUGUST 21, 2007 IN CASE NO. U-15002

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Twenty-Eighth Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Twenty-Seventh Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

0.869

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

0.869

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

0.869

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

0.869

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

0.669

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

0.669

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.869

0.669

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.869

0.669

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.869

0.669

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.869

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. On July 5, 2007, in its order approving a settlement agreement in Case No.U-15159, the MPSC authorized the following Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharges. These surcharges are effective for service rendered on and after July 5, 2007.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts

$0.000689/kWh

July 5, 2007 - 2009

Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000453/kWh or 0.56% $0.000919/kWh or 0.83% $0.003112/kWh or 3.15%

July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-10a)

ISSUED OCTOBER 17, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2007 PLAN YEAR UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED AUGUST 21, 2007 IN CASE NO. U-15002

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Twenty-Seventh Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Twenty-Sixth Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

0.869

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

0.869

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

0.869

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

0.869

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

0.669

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

0.669

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.869

0.669

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.869

0.669

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.869

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.869

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. On July 5, 2007, in its order approving a settlement agreement in Case No.U-15159, the MPSC authorized the following Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharges. These surcharges are effective for service rendered on and after July 5, 2007.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts

$0.000689/kWh

July 5, 2007 - 2009

Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000453/kWh or 0.56% $0.000919/kWh or 0.83% $0.003112/kWh or 3.15%

July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-10a)

ISSUED SEPTEMBER 18, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2007 PLAN YEAR UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED AUGUST 21, 2007 IN CASE NO. U-15002

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Twenty-Sixth Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Twenty- Fifth Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

0.869

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

0.869

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

0.869

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

0.869

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

0.669

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

0.669

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.973

0.669

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.973

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.973

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.973

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. On July 5, 2007, in its order approving a settlement agreement in Case No.U-15159, the MPSC authorized the following Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharges. These surcharges are effective for service rendered on and after July 5, 2007.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts

$0.000689/kWh

July 5, 2007 - 2009

Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000453/kWh or 0.56% $0.000919/kWh or 0.83% $0.003112/kWh or 3.15%

July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-10a)

ISSUED AUGUST 17, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2007 PLAN YEAR UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED DECEMBER 21, 2006 IN CASE NO. U-15002

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Twenty-Fifth Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Twenty-Fourth Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

0.869

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

0.869

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

0.869

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

0.869

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

0.669

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

0.669

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.973

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.973

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.973

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.973

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. On July 5, 2007, in its order approving a settlement agreement in Case No.U-15159, the MPSC authorized the following Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharges. These surcharges are effective for service rendered on and after July 5, 2007.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts

$0.000689/kWh

July 5, 2007 - 2009

Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000453/kWh or 0.56% $0.000919/kWh or 0.83% $0.003112/kWh or 3.15%

July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-10a)

ISSUED JULY 24, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2007 PLAN YEAR UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED DECEMBER 21, 2006 IN CASE NO. U-15002

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company Changes made to revise RARS

Twenty-Fourth Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Twenty-Third Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

0.869

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

0.869

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

0.869

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

0.869

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

0.669

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.973

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.973

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.973

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.973

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. On July 5, 2007, in its order approving a settlement agreement in Case No.U-15159, the MPSC authorized the following Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharges. These surcharges are effective for service rendered on and after July 5, 2007.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts

$0.000689/kWh

July 5, 2007 - 2009

Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000453/kWh or 0.56% $0.000919/kWh or 0.83% $0.003112/kWh or 3.15%

July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2009 July 5, 2007 - 2010

(Continued on (Sheet No. B4-10a)

ISSUED JULY 5, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR SERVICE RENDERED ON AND AFTER JULY 5, 2007 UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED JULY 5, 2007 IN CASE NO. U-15159

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Twenty-Third Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Twenty-Second Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

0.869

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

0.869

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

0.869

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

0.869

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

0.669

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.973

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.973

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.973

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.973

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. RARS will be implemented on a service rendered basis.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000543/kWh or 1.24% $0.000898/kWh or 1.26% $0.001034/kWh or 1.08% $0.002274/kWh or 2.62%

2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2006 – 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-11)

ISSUED JUNE 20, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2007 PLAN YEAR UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED DECEMBER 21, 2006 IN CASE NO. U-15002

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Twenty-Second Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Twenty-First Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

0.869

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

0.869

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

0.869

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

0.869

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.973

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.973

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.973

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.973

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. RARS will be implemented on a service rendered basis.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000543/kWh or 1.24% $0.000898/kWh or 1.26% $0.001034/kWh or 1.08% $0.002274/kWh or 2.62%

2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2006 – 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-11)

ISSUED MAY 21, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2007 PLAN YEAR UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED DECEMBER 21, 2006 IN CASE NO. U-15002

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Twenty-First Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Twentieth Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

0.869

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

0.869

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

0.869

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.973

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.973

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.973

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.973

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. RARS will be implemented on a service rendered basis.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000543/kWh or 1.24% $0.000898/kWh or 1.26% $0.001034/kWh or 1.08% $0.002274/kWh or 2.62%

2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2006 – 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-11)

ISSUED APRIL 18, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2007 PLAN YEAR UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED DECEMBER 21, 2006 IN CASE NO. U-15002

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Twentieth Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Nineteenth Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

0.869

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

0.869

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.973

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.973

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.973

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.973

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. RARS will be implemented on a service rendered basis.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000543/kWh or 1.24% $0.000898/kWh or 1.26% $0.001034/kWh or 1.08% $0.002274/kWh or 2.62%

2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2006 – 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-11)

ISSUED MARCH 19, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2007 PLAN YEAR UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED DECEMBER 21, 2006 IN CASE NO. U-15002

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Nineteenth Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Eighteenth Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

0.869

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.973

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.973

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.973

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.973

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. RARS will be implemented on a service rendered basis.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000543/kWh or 1.24% $0.000898/kWh or 1.26% $0.001034/kWh or 1.08% $0.002274/kWh or 2.62%

2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2006 – 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-11)

ISSUED FEBRUARY 16, 2007 D. G. BRUDZYNSKI VICE PRESIDENT REGULATORY AFFAIRS

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

EFFECTIVE FOR BILLS RENDERED FOR THE 2007 PLAN YEAR UNDER AUTHORITY OF ORDER OF THE MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED DECEMBER 21, 2006 IN CASE NO. U-15002

M.P.S.C. No. 9 - Electric The Detroit Edison Company

Eighteenth Revised Sheet No. B4-10 Cancels Seventeenth Revised Sheet No. B4-10

B-4.8

(1)

(Continued From Sheet No. B4-9)

SURCHARGES AND CREDITS APPLICABLE TO POWER SUPPLY SERVICE:

POWER SUPPLY COST RECOVERY (PSCR) CLAUSE:

(a)

This Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause permits the monthly adjustment of rates for power supply to allow recovery of the booked costs of fuel and purchased and net interchanged power transactions incurred under reasonable and prudent policies and practices in accordance with 1982 PA 304. All rates for electric service, unless otherwise provided in the applicable rate schedule, shall include a Power Supply Cost Recovery factor.

(b)

The Power Supply Cost Recovery factor is that element of the rates to be charged for electric service to reflect power supply costs incurred by the company and made pursuant to the Power Supply Cost Recovery Clause.

(c)

Effective November 24, 2004, the Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor shall consist of an increase or decrease of .01072 mills per kWh for each full .01 mill increase or decrease in the projected average booked cost of fuel burned for electric generation and purchased and net interchange power incurred above or below a base of 17.32 mills per kWh. Average booked cost of fuel burned and purchased and net interchange power shall be equal to the booked costs in that period divided by that period's net system kWh requirements. Net system kWh requirements shall be the sum of the net kWh generation and net kWh purchased and interchange power.

The following factor(s) were applied to bills rendered during the billing months as indicated below for the calendar year 2006 and 2007.

2006

2007

 

Maximum

Actual

Maximum

Actual

Authorized

Factor

Authorized

Factor

Billing

Factor

Billed

Billing

Factor

Billed

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

Month

¢/kWh

¢/kWh

January

0.038

0.038

January

0.973

0.869

February

0.038

0.038

February

0.973

0.869

March

0.038

0.038

March

0.973

April

0.700

0.700

April

0.973

May

0.700

0.700

May

0.973

June

0.700

0.700

June

0.973

July

0.798

0.798

July

0.973

August

0.798

0.798

August

0.973

September

0.798

0.798

September

0.973

October

0.545

0.545

October

0.973

November

0.545

0.545

November

0.973

December

0.545

0.545

December

0.973

The Company will file a revised Sheet No. B4-10 monthly, or as necessary, to reflect the factor to be billed the following month.

(2) REGULATORY ASSET RECOVERY SURCHARGE (RARS): On November 23, 2004, in its Order in Case No. U-13808, the MPSC authorized the Regulatory Asset Recovery Surcharge. This surcharge is to recover regulatory assets that were based on legislative authority provided by 2000 PA 141, Sections 10d(3) and 10d(4) or prior Commission orders. RARS will be implemented on a service rendered basis.

Class

RARS

Effective Period

D7 & Large Cust. Contracts Comm. & Ind. >=15 kW Comm. & Ind. <15 kW Residential

$0.000543/kWh or 1.24% $0.000898/kWh or 1.26% $0.001034/kWh or 1.08% $0.002274/kWh or 2.62%

2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2005 - 2009 2006 – 2010

(Continued on Sheet No. B4-11)