Electric Choice Program and Energy Suppliers
Detroit Edison uses the generic term Energy Supplier to refer to an entity that performs alternative electric supplier and/or marketer functions.Electric Choice Program
Follow the Michigan Electric Choice Program, beginning with the filing of Detroit Edison's plan in 1998, through the legislation enacted in June, 2000, to full access which began January 1, 2002.
Here you'll find historical class load, meter read schedules and proxy curve information.
How to Qualify
Learn how to qualify and register as an energy supplier (Alternative Electric Supplier and Marketer) in the Electric Choice program.
Access supplier qualification status. This secure site requires an approved user name and password. Go to "How to Qualify" and follow the qualification instructions to obtain a user name and password.
View important information about the Electric Choice program, Supplier Handbook, electronic business transactions, and customer-related information. Link to the MPSC for a list of approved Competitive Electric Service Providers.
Downloads & Links
Examine the directory of materials and resources needed to participate in the Electric Choice program. Instructions for downloading and viewing files are also available.
Estimate Market Priced Power (MPP) Charges
Learn about the MPSC-approved customer charge and access the MPP estimator.
Cap Tracking System (CTS)
View Important details about Cap Tracking System (CTS).