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M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Fourteenth Revised Sheet No. E-54.

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Consumers Energy Company Cancels Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Transmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .33 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.025551 per kWh for all kWh $.019551 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kWh for all kWh $.000200 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $.005600 per kWh for all kWh
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kWh for all kWh $(.001102) per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.033249 per kWh for all kWh $.027249 per kWh for all kWh
CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________

DATE 01-24-06
_____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. E-54.10)

Issued November 16, 2005 by Michigan Public Service Effective for bills rendered on
J. G. Russell, Commission and after December 1, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan November 28, 2005 Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
Filed _______________ dated November 10, 2005
in Case No. U-12505
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Twelfth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
(To add the Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace _ansformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary '
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets. ".

The furnace lo/tds shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the ser)ice at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:
CANCELLED
Customer Charge: _
BY
U-6300,U-12505
ORDER ____________________
$100.00 per customer per month, plus ,_

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Transmission Service: RL


REMOVED BY_______________
On-Peak Billing Demand Charge: _' 12-01-05
DATE _____________________
Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
TotalOn-PeakBilling Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .33 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $ .025565 per kWh for all kWh $.019565 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge! $ .003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $ .000200 per kWh for all kWh $.000200 per kWh for allkWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $ .005600 per kwh for all kWh $.005600 per kwh for all kWh
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section ]Od(5)Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kWh for all kWh $(.001102) per kWhfor all kwh
' i

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.033263 per kWh for all kWh $.027263 per kWh for all kwh
(Continued on Sheet No. E-54.10)

Issued December 22, 2004 by Effective for bills rendered on .


J. G. Russell, Michigan
PublicService
Commission and after January 3, 2005
President, Electric and Gas, _"

Jackson, Michigan January 12, 2005 J Michigan Public


Issued under ServiceofCommission
authority the
Filed o_e_ dated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001
in Case No. U-12505 and dated November 23, 2004
in Case Nos. U-13720 and U-14098
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Twelfth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eleventh Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
(To reflect seeuritization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may instal! separate metering
equipment for such furnace lo_ids.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made. - _ , , , ,, ii i

C^lCEttrevO 5
Monthly Rate: 0R[_I_ ]3 c/gO/] L/(__C]_,
Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus I_EIII_¢_ B_'_


Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Transmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.2l'_;erkW'ofOn?Peak
13iliing
Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .33 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.025565 per kWh for all kWh $. 019565 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kWh for allkWh $.000200 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $.005600 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034365 per kWh for all kWh $. 028365 per kWh for all kWh

(Continued on Sheet No. E-54.10)

Issued November 30, 2004 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, Michigan
PublicService and after December 1, 2004
President, Electric and Gas, commission

Jackson, Michigan Docombol" "[4, 2004 Michigan Public Service Commission


I [ Issued under authority of the
dated November 23, 2004
Filed A_,o_ in Case No. U-12505
1:7"
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Eleventh Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
(To change "Base Rate Adjustment" to "PSCR Factor")

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


Availability:
Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:
Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Transmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .33 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.025582 per kWh for all kWh $.019582 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kWh for all kWh $.000200 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $.005600 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034382 per kWh for all kWh $.028382 per kWh for all kWh

(Continued on Sheet No. E-54.10)

Issued December 19, 2003 by Effective January 2004 Billing Month


J. G. Russell,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
dated October 18, 1983 in Case No. U-7511,
----------- ]fated February 11, 1998

} _"_) _,_"_ _ PUBtIC and for self


Nos.implementing
U-11290 and in Case No. U-13917
ORDER
CANCELLEDV
_-BY _ 1_113_ in Case U-11453

iqE_dOVEDBY _-. L_ __ [.i I


dAN1 6 2004. /

DArEI _")-- q '- 0 q _ '


_J
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
(To reflect secuHtization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such fumaee loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:
Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Transmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .33 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.025582 per kWh for all kWh $.019582 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kWh for all kWh $.000200 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $.005600 per kwh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034382 per kWh for all kWh $.028382 per kWh for all kWh

(Continued on Sheet No. E-54.10)

Issued December 2, 2003 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, and after December 2, 2003
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan _ Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
25,2003
.... - \, ,/\' \_"
"\'_ _ A dated November
,_/_'_
_.-_ _ _, ,YI(:HtCL', Pt.IBitC in Case No. U-12505

", JAN 13 2004


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


Availability:
Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.
This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:

Customer Charge:
$100.00 per customer per month, plus
Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Transmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .33 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.025554 per kWh for all kWh $.019554 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: ...... $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kWh for allkWh $.000200 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $.005600 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034354 per kWh for all kWh $.028354 per kWh for all kWh

CANCELLED
BY
ORDER____),
I,) _'_-O
_ -
(Continued on Sheet No. E-54.10)

Issued November 22, 2002 by I_EiVi0VEL-'o'i'_ _-_ - Effective for bills rendered on
J. G. Russell, t and after December 3, 2002
President and Chief Executive Officer -[Electric, _ V_.._ r_(1
Jackson, Michigan ..... [DAT_ Issued under authority of the
• • ........|- "''" ' -- -' - Michigan Public Service Commission
• ' .... dated November 7, 2002
MICHIGANPUBLIC in Case No. U-12505
SERVICECOMMISSION

MAR17 2OO3

F_
?
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
(To reflect rate unbundling)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.
This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:

Customer Charge: CANCELLED_LL__o


o,e_l+__t i .il, , _
L/¢/-/BY -_
$100.00 per customer per month, plus 0RDE -) _ v'_'

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Transmission Service: REMOVED


By _ e_A._

Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing L


Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing De
',Nr3-'t _.
Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .33 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hoar Charge for Transmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.025623 per kWh for all kWh $.019623 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kWh for all kWh $.000200 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $. 005600 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034423 per kWh for all kWh $.028423 per kWh for all kWh

(Continued on Sheet No. E-54.10)

Issued June 4, 2002 by Effective for service rendered on


J. G. Russell, __ and after May 17, 2002

President and Chief Executive Officer- Electric, f:.,2_5,,__,:_,_.. ().N,X


Jackson, Michigan / _._ _:_\ Issued under authority of the

f_"- _
__%_\ dated MayPublic
Michigan 16, 2002
Service Commission
JUN 5 21102 -_=| inCaseNo.U-12970
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
(To reflect Securitization)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to
electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install
separate metering equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined
by the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all
necessary controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the
serviceat a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy
measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$5.69 per kW of on-peak billing demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:

For Primary Service:

$.98 per kW of maximum demand


For Subtransmission Service:

$.72 per kW of maximum demand


For Transmission Service:

$.33 per kW of maximum demand


Energy Charge:

$.034423 per kWh for all kWh consumed during the on-peak period
$.028423 per kWh for all kWh consumed during the off-peak period

Securi_zation Charges:

$.001427 per kwh Securitization Charge


$.000250 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge ._

(Continued on S

Issued November 14, 2001 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, and after November 30, 2001
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan _ L_t U_ Issued under authority of the
/c( _ _ .... 0_ Michigan Public Service Commission
/_ _.\ dated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001

in Case No. U-12505


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric SixthRevisedSheetNo. E-S4.00
Consumers Energy Company CancelsFifthReVisedSheetNo. E-54.00
ro reviseCompany name)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


AvailabBRy:

Subject
to any restrictions,
thisrateisavailable
toany customerdesiringservice
foroperation
of electric
furnaces
for
metalmeltingorthereductionofmetailicores,
where thebilling
demand is100kW ormore. Thisrateisapplicable
only
toelectric
furnaceuseand thecustomermust providea special
circuit
or circuits
inorderthattheCompany may install
separate
meteringequipmentforsuchfurnaceloads.

Thisrateisnotavailable
forresale
purposes.
Nature of Service:

Alternating
current,
50-hertz,
single-phase
or three-phase,
theparticular
natureof the voltagein each case to be
determined
by theCompany.

The customershah furnish,install


and maintainallnecessary
furnacetransformers
or motor-generator
setsand all
necessary
controlling
and protective
equipmentforsuchtransformers
or motor-generator
sets.

The furnaceloadsshall
normallybe meteredatthesupplyvoltage.
However,when theCompany elects
to measurethe
service
ata nominalvoltageof lessthan2,400volts,
3% shall
be addedforbilling
purposestothedemand and energy
measurementsthusmade.

Monthly Rate:
Customer Charge:
$100.00percustomerpermonth,plus
CapacityCharge:
On-Peak Billing
Demand Charge:
$5.69perkW of on-peakbilling
demand,plus
Maximum Demand Charge:
For Primary Service:
$.98 per kW" of maximum demand
For Subtransmission Service:

$.72 per kW of maximum demand


For Transmission Service:

$.33 per kW of maximum demand


Energy Charge:
$.0361 per kWh for all kWh consumed during the on-peak period
$.0301 per kWh for all kWh consumed during the off-peak period

CANCELLEDBY ORDER

IN CASENO. U- 3yO0_
JAN 0 & 20 I

REIVlOVED
BY (},L4/'
(Continued on Sheet No. _55.00)
Issued May 14, 1998 by Effective: May 14, 1998

'D. W. Joos,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, ___
_-_ _'_ Issued under authority of the

Jackson, Michigan __ Michigan Public Service Commi._s.ion


_Z - ._'_)k,,._ &'__t_ dated
in CaseMarch 24, 1981
t,-_ No. U-6300
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
To revise rates)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for
metal melting or the reduction of me/aUic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only
to electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install
separate metering equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.


Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be
determined by the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all
necessary controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the
service at a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3 % shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy
measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:
Customer Charge:
$100.00 per customer per month, plus
Capacity Charge:
On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:
$5.69 per kW of on-peak billing demand, plus
Maximum Demand Charge:
For Primary Service:
$.98 per kW of maximum demand
For Subtransmission Service:

$.72 per kW of maximum demand


For Transmission Service:

$.33 per kW of maximum demand /

$.0361 per kWh for all kWh consumed during the on-peak period
Energy Charge: J 2o_
$.0301 per kWh for all kWh consumed during the off-peak periodd_l,, ._]_--f// d" \_

(Continued on Sheet No. E-5S.00)

R. P. Lefere, Jr., and after December 1, 1996


Vice President of Electric Marketing and Pricing
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority Of the
Issued November 25, 1996 by __--__ \ Effective for service rendered on

Ic_
''-_= _
I_ 0 __, _ _ dated February
Michigan Public 5,Service
1996 Commission

_,__:/_ in Case No. U-10685


I
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
(To revise rates)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


Availability:
Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for
metal melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only
to electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install
separate metering equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.


Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be
determined by the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all
necessary controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the
service at a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 _olts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy
measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:
Customer Charge:
$100.00 per customer per month, plus
Capacity Charge:
On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:
$5.85 per kW of on-peak billing demand, plus
Maximum Demand Charge:
For Primary Service:
$.98 per kW of maximum demand
For Subtransmission Service:
$.72 per kW of maximum demand
For Transmission Service:
$.33 per kW of maximum demand
Energy Charge: _
$.0374 per kWh for all kWh consumed during the on-peak period ............ _ / ,
$.0314 per kWh for all kWh consumed during the off-peak period ._ , _/" ',
,/0P ',,,

' " <:{.'P Y)_z/'"

(Continue_ on Sheet No. F_,-55.00)


Issued February 14, 1996 by Effective for service rendered on
R. P. Lefere, Jr., and after February 6, 1996
Vice President of Electric Marketing and Pricing,
Jackson, Michigan - _ z" Issued under authority of the
_'._k_[-
_--C
_ Michigan Public Service Commission
dated February 5, 1996

F E B r_°0
¢" 1,90_ inCase No. U-10685
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Power Company Cancei_ Second Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
To revise the rate)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring serAce fur operation of electric furnaces fur
metal molting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only
to electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install
separate metering equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.


Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-tdm_ or three-phase, the _ular nature of the voltage in each cue to be
determined by the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator _ts and all
necessary controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to me_ure the
service at a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy
measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:
Customer Charge:
$100.00 per customer per month, plus
Capae_ Charge:

$5.97 per kW of on-peak billing demand, plus

O_-P_t
Maximum BaUng _xmd
Demand Charge:Caarse: •:, _T_ _--_.r_

For Primary Service- \ _/_ ,_

For Subtransmission Service:


$.98 per kW of maximum demand _ _t.._ _ _ "*,__ '_
$.72 per kW of maximum demand \_
For Transmission Service:

$.33 per kW of maximum demand \'_


Energy Charge:
$.0577 per kWh for all kWh consumed during the on-peak period
$.0317 per kwh for all kWh consumed during the off-peak period _,_

{Contlnued
on SheetNo.E-pp,O0)
ssued Juno 6, 1994 by Effective for service rendered on
M. G. Morris, and after May 11, 1994
President & Chief Executive Offset,

Jackson, Michigan Issued Public Serviceof Commission


underauthority
Michigan the
dated May 10, 1994
in Cue No. U-10335
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
(To revise rates)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal melting
or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric furnace use
and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering equipment for
such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hert_ single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by the
Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at a
nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:

Customer Charge:

$150.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

$5.95 per kW of on-peak billing demand, plus

For Primary Service:

$.98 per kW of maximum demand :,

For Subtransmission Service: .-

For Transmission Service:


$.72 per kW of maxi mum demand __/_

$.33 per kW of maximum demand

Energy Charge:

3. 76¢ per kWh for all kwh consumed during the on-peak period _ o_.A_._'a__

3.16¢ per kWh for all kWh consumed during the off-peak period _- _j-.. ;',",

(Continued on Sheet No. E-55.00)

Issued August 29, 1991 by Effective for service rendered on


F. W. Buckman, and after August 2, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated July 31, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-54.00
To revise rates)
\

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
fumace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:

Customer Charge:

$150.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

$6.09 per kW of on-peak billing demand, plus

For Primary Service:

$.98 per kW of maximum demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.72 per kW of maximum demand

For Transmission Service:

$.33 per kW of maximum demand

Energy Charge:

3.64¢ per kWh for all kWh consumed during the on-peak period
3.04¢ per kWh for all kWh consumed during the off-peak period

(Continued on Sheet No. E-55.00)

Issued July 17, 1991 by . Effective for service rendered on


F. W. Buckman, .t ...... \ and after July 2, 1991
President & Chief Operating Offieer_. -I_ _(O_ ....
Jackson, Michigan _ t ,_ 5 _,,_ \ .,_ _FRV/_'_
__ ] / _'_. L.Kg'" -'_\ Issued under
Michigan authority
Public ServiceofCommission
the

_ _.,"13_)_-'
%"_OXi_ qo5_ _O000__eA _L _ 3 in Case No. L1-9346
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-54.00
Consumers Power Company

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is availableto any customer desiring servicefor operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the billing demand is 100kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:

Customer Charge:

$150.00per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

$6.10per kW of on-peak billing demand, plus

For Primary Service:

$.98 per kW of maximum demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.72 per kW of maximum demand

For Transmission Service:

$.33 per kW of maximum demand

Energy Charge:

3.75¢ per kWh for allkWh consumed during the on-peak period
3.15¢ per kwh for all kwh consumed during the off-peak period

(Continued on Sheet No. E-55.00)


- f/ \

Issued May 28, 1991 by _ /3"2 _,0j\ Effective for service rendered on
v.W.Buc an, ii tj,
yf \ and after May S, 1991
President & Chief Op___g_cer_U_ _\
Jackson, Michigan,_,',_ / ,_ ' ._ Issued under authority of the

, '3\_'v _ "- /X _ /_x-_v- _ _ " ON. datedMichiganMayPUblic7,


1991ServiceCommission

•- o:;,i ?_
G
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
(To revise and reformat rate)
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

GENERAL SERVICE ELECTRIC FURNACE PRIMARY RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Delivery Charges: These charges are applicable to Full Service and Retail Open Access (ROA) customers.

Customer Charge: $100.00 per customer per month

Customer Voltage Level 1 - Capacity Charge: $0.60 per kW of Maximum Demand


- Distribution Charge: $0.008310 per kWh for all kWh for a Full Service customer
$0.003320 per kWh for all kWh for a ROA customer

Customer Voltage Level 2 - Capacity Charge: $1.20 per kW of Maximum Demand


- Distribution Charge: $0.007770 per kWh for all kWh for a Full Service customer
$0.009697 per kWh for all kWh for a ROA customer

Customer Voltage Level 3 - Capacity Charge: $1.80 per kW of Maximum Demand


- Distribution Charge: $0.005643 per kWh for all kWh for a Full Service customer
$0.007052 per kWh for all kWh for a ROA customer

This rate is subject to the Surcharges shown on Sheet Nos. E-2.00 through E-2.10 and the Securitization Charges shown on
Sheet No. E-3.10.

General Terms:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-16-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. E-55.00)


___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Michigan Public Service
Issued January 12, 2006 by Commission
Effective for service rendered on
J. G. Russell, and after January 11, 2006
President, Electric and Gas, January 23, 2006
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Filed _______________
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated December 22, 2005 and January 10, 2006
in Case No. U-14347
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Subtransmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .72 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.025551 per kWh for all kWh $.019551 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kWh for all kWh $.000200 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $.005600 per kWh for all kWh
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kWh for all kWh $(.001102) per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.033249 per kWh for all kWh $.027249 per kWh for all kWh

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Primary Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .98 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.025651 per kWh for all kWh $.019651 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kWh for all kWh $.002000 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.006700 per kWh for all kWh $.006700 per kWh for all kWh
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kWh for all kWh $(.001102) per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.033249 per kWh for all kWh $.027249 per kWh for all kWh

Securitization Charges: CANCELLED


BY
$.001302 per kWh Securitization Charge U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________
$.000447 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge
RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. E-55.00)

Michigan Public Service


Issued November 16, 2005 by Effective for bills rendered on
Commission
J. G. Russell, and after December 1, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan November 28, 2005 Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
Filed _______________
dated November 10, 2005
in Case No. U-12505
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet NO. E-54.10
(To add the Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.00)
Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Subtransmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .72 per kW of Maximum Demand

"' Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generafion Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $ .025565 per kWh for all kWh $.019565 per kWh for all kWh
DistribufionCharge: $ .003000 per kWh for all kWh $ .003000 perkWh.forallkWh
Customer Related Charge: $ .000200 per kWh for all kWh $ .000200 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kwh for all kWh $.005600 per kwh forail kWh,
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act l 41of 2OOO,Section lOd(5) Adjustment]: $(.O01102) per kWhfor aH kWh $(.OOll 02_per kWhfor alt kWh

TotalKilowatt-hourCharge: $.033263 per kWh for all kWh $.027263 perkwh.forall.kwh

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Primary Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand :
, Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand CANCELLED CANCELLED
BY
U-6300,U-12505
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
12-01-05
DATE _____________________

BY
Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus U-6300,U-12505
ORDER ____________________

MaximUm Demand Charge: REMOVED BY_______________ RL


' Distribution Charge: $ .98 per kW of Maximum Demand 12-01-05
DATE _____________________

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.025665 per kWh for all kWh $.019665 per kwh for alt kwh
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kwh for all kWh $.002000 per kWh for aUkWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $ .006700 per kwh for all kWh $ .006700 per kwh'for all kWh
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act141oj'2000, Section10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.O01102) per kWhfor all kWh $(.O01102) per kWhfor all kWh

• Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.033263 per kWh for all kWh $.027263 per kWh for all kWh

Securitization Charges:

$.001311 per kWh Securitization Charge


$.000424 per kWh SecuritizationTax Charge
(Continued on Sheet No. E-55.00)

° Issued December 22, 2004 by Effective for bills rendered on


Michigan
PublicService
J. G. Russell, Commission and after January 3, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,

Jackson, Michigan [ January 12, 2005[ Michigan Public


Issued under Serviceofthe
authority Commission
Filed _ dated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001
-G in Case No. U-12505 and dated November 23, 2004
in Case Nos. U-13720 and U-14098.
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.00) ..... _......
C._ICFUfn BY _--/?--_---DS--
Monthly Rate: (Contd) O_DER__U-/,37_ 0/I] c/Oc/_.. "7 ...... .L_

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Subtransmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Deman( [_i[ J - I_ - _)5
Transmission Charge: $ .4g per kW of On-Peak Billing Demant ...... -
-_ ; : "? - • 2.... _ _r

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .72 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.025565 per kWh for all kWh $.019565 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for allkWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kwh for all kwh $.000200 per kwh for all kwh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $.005600 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034365 per kWh for all kWh $.028365 per kWh for all kWh

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Primary Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .98 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCP, Factor): $. 025665 per kWh for allkWh $.019665 per kWh for allkWh
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kWh for all kWh $.002000 per kWh for all kwh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.006700 per kWh for all kWh $.006700 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034365 per kWh for all kWh $. 028365 per kWh for all kWh

Seenritization Charges:

$.001311 per kWh Securitization Charge


$.000424 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge
, (Continued on Sheet No. E-55.00)

Issued November 30, 2004 by [ MichiganPublicService Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, [ Commission and after December 1, 2004
President, Electric and Gas, /
Jackson, Michigan [ December 14, 2004 Issued under authority of the
/ Michigan Public Service Commission

dated
in CaseNovember 23, 2004
No. U-12505
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
(To change "Base Rate Adjustment" to "PSCR Factor")

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.00)

Monthly Rate: (Coutd)

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Subtransmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .72 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.025582 per kWh for all kWh $.019582 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kWh for all kwh $.000200 per kwh for all kwh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $.005600 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034382 per kWh for all kWh $.028382 per kWh for all kWh

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Primary Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .98 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.025682 per kWh for all kWh $.019682 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kWh for all kWh $.002000 per kwh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.006700 per kwh for all kwh $.006700 per kwh for all kwh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034382 per kWh for all kWh $.028382 per kWh for all kWh

Securitization Charges:
$.001299 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000419 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge
(Continued on Sheet No. E-55.00)

Issued December 19, 2003 by Effective January 2004 Billing Month


J. G. Russell,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
dated October 18, 1983 in Case No. U-7511,
CANCELLEDBY,,
_ , ,'._cs"_,,_ _" dated February 11, 1998
ORDER LA_'ICT'%Tt.-.'.) _ ',_-, P'J-_li_" ,_CaseNos. U-11290andU-11453
S!__ _qC'[ ,_"
,_;_:_,;',
_ $_-it_ and"for self implementing in Case No. U-13917
REMOVEDBY __./.... r t I

DATE I 2--t JANI 6 2004 i


J
M.P.S.C. No. '12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Subtransmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .72 per kW of Maximum Demand

• Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.025582 per kWh for all kWh $.019582 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kWh for all kWh $.000200 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $.005600 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $. 034382" per kWh for all kWh $.028382 per kWh for all kWh

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Primary Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .98 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $. 025682 per kwh for all kWh $.019682 per kWh for all kwh
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kwh for all kwh $.002000 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.006700 per kWh for all kWh $.006700 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilox_att-hour Charge: $.034382 per kWh for all kWh $.028382 per kWh for all kWh

Securitization Charges:

$. 001299 per kWh Securitization Charge


$.000419 per kWh Seeuritization Tax Charge
(Continued on Sheet No. E-55.00)

Issued December 2, 2003 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, and after December 2, 2003
President and Chief Exgeutive_Offieer_, - Electric,
• /='_
Jacksonr.Mlelilgan _ Issued under authority of the

G/_'_I__LL_D_
_ _' ____b
• --{
_/_!- _" _ ff _ _,_ICh_G:_
_, PUBLIC. Michigan
d,"ted Public 25,
November Service
2003 Commission
O_DE__ _' S[RVIC[ CO_:SS_O N in Case No. U-12505

JAbl 13 2004 ,t
,--r-,r_
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-54.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-54.10
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Subtransmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .72 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.025554 per kWh for all kWh $.019554 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kWh for all kWh $.000200 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $.005600 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034354 per kWh for all kWh $.028354 per kWh for all kWh

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Primary Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .98 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.025654 per kWh for all kWh $.019654 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kWh for all kWh $.002000 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: ._ $.006700 per kWh for all kWh $.006700 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034354 per kWh for all kWh $.028354 per kWh for all kWh

Seeuritization Charges:
$.001328 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000418 per kWh SecuritizatjoA1.T.ax.Cha_ge

CANCELLED
BY
ORDER _) - [)_'t_ ....

I_F MfiVF,.;qBY "k"_


_,._t __,_
('_ (Continued on Sheet No. E-55.00)
Issued November 22, 2002 by | Effective for bills rendered on

President and Chief Executive Officer- _'_, _k=_\___C_ ..........


J. G. Russell, • "= Issued under authority of the
_,_-.__'_I and after December 3, 2002
Jackson, Michigan , ? ..... _--- _....
_-_' Michigan Public Service Commission
dated November 7, 2002
MICHIGANPUBLIC in Case No. U-12505
SERVICECOMMISSION

MARI 7 2003

rILED 0
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Original Sheet No. E-54.10
Consumers Energy Company
(To reflect rate unbundling)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Subtransmission Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .72 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.025623 per kWh for all kWh $.019623 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.003000 per kWh for all kWh $.003000 per kWh for all kWh
Customer Related Charge: $.000200 per kWh for all kWh $.000200 per kWh for all kWh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.005600 per kWh for all kWh $.005600 per kWh for all kWh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034423 per kWh for all kWh $.028423 per kWh for all kWh

Capacity Kilowatt Charge for Primary Service:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:


Generation Charge: $5.21 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand
Transmission Charge: $ .48 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand

Total On-Peak Billing Demand Charge $5.69 per kW of On-Peak Billing Demand, plus

Maximum Demand Charge:


Distribution Charge: $ .98 per kW of Maximum Demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service: _


On-Peak Period Off-Peak Period
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.025723 per kWh for all kwh $.019723 per kWh for all kWh
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kWh for all kwh $.002000 per kWh for all kwh
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.006700 per kWh for all kwh $.006700 per kWh for all kwh

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.034423 per kwh for all kwh $.028423 per kWh for all kWh
II I I ;

Securitization $.001427
Charges:per kWh Securitization Charge I--_ANC El.LED _L 0 _'_ t._'_:
$.000250 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge [ ORDER _O_,_D_ "_ ,

!REMOVED
BY _/vt_ _

(_ontinued o __ _

Issued June 4, 2002 by //<,, _,_\'J


<: (_
,, -=: ;.('=_6"_ \
_..... Effective for service rendered on
J. G. Russell, Z,',5' _ .... _J _'<jN and after May 17, 2002
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,/._ _
_" _ Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan [=_ JUN 5 _00
_ cs_! Michigan Puhlic Service Commission
in Case No. U-12970

___.._.. _]_/ dated May 16, 2002


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-55.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-55.00
(To reformat page)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.10)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing period.
The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor for the billing
period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing period is above .899 or
below .800, the capacity kilowatt charge shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the capacity kilowatt charge shall be reduced by 2%.
This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the prescribed minimum charge or the capacity kilowatt charge when
based upon 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through September.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the capacity kilowatt charge shall be increased by the
ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power factor during the billing period. The capacity kilowatt charge shall
not be increased when the On-Peak Billing Demand is based on 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the
preceding billing months of June through September or on a minimum billing demand.

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month or previous 11 months.

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be based on the highest on-peak demand created during the billing month, but never less
than 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through September, nor less than 100
kW.

The on-peak demand shall be the kilowatts (kW) supplied during the 15-minute period of maximum use during on-peak
hours, as described in Rule D3., Provisions Governing the Application of On-Peak and Off-Peak Rates.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership credit may
be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06 (Continued on Sheet No. E-56.00)
DATE _____________________

Issued May 11, 2005 by Effective October 2005 Billing Month


Michigan Public Service
J. G. Russell, Commission
President, Electric and Gas, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
May 24, 2005
#Dproved
dated April 28, 2005
Filed ________ ____ in Case No. U-14471
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-55.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-55.00
(To reflect rate unbundling)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.10)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing
period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor for
the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing period is
above .899 or below .800, the capacity kilowatt charge shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the capacity kilowatt charge shall be reduced by
2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the prescribed minimum charge or the capacity kilowatt charge
when based upon 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through September.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the capacity kilowatt charge shall be increased by
the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power factor during the billing period. The capacity kilowatt charge
shall not be increased when the On-Peak Billing Demand is based on 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the
preceding billing months of June through September or on a minimum billing demand.

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month or previous 11 months.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14471
ORDER ____________________

JKB
REMOVED BY_______________
05-24-05
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. E-56.00)

Issued June 4, 2002 by Effective for service rendered on

President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, _,,_ _:_, _'."


J. G. Russell, _','__-- and after May 17, 2002
/.:_-_ • _, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan _ _ Michigan Public Service Commission
_ _ dated May 16, 2002
[-_ ,j[J_ _ L00L _:1 inCaseNo.U-12970
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-55.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. F__55.00
To revise Company name)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject.to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet
No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period.
Such average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the
billing period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average
power factor for the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during
the billing period is above .899 or below .800, the capacity charge shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the capacity charge shall be reducedby 2%.
This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the prescribed minimum charge or the capacity charge when
based upon 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through September.

(13) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the capacity charge shall be increased by the
ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power factor during the billing period. The capacity charge shall
not be increased when the On-Peak Billing Demand is based on 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the
i preceding billing months of June through September or on a minimum billing demand.

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month or previous 11 months.

Issued May 14, 1998 by Effective: May 14, 1998


D. W. Joos, _-_A_
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, _%_ k_ _''*_t-_O'__ Issued under authority of the
___'_ _ f'O_-_ Michigan Public
24, Service Commksion
dated March 1981
Jackson, Michigan _" _,t_.L_,
_L_ "_'_
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Eieetrk Second Revised Sheet No. E-55.00
Consumers-Power Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. E-$$.00
(To revise the Adjustment for Power Factor and remove
the Emergency Load Management Discount)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Ceaflnued From Sheet No. E-54.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms sad conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and sun,barges shown on Sheet
No. E-2.00.

A_ustmeat for Power Factor:

This rate requires a _n of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period.
Such average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the
billing period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average
power factor for the billing period by using the appropriate conversion faotor. Whenever the average power factor during
the billing period is above .899 or below .800, the capacity charge shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power fiw.torduring the billing period is .900 or higher, the capacity charge shall be reduced by 2%.
This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the prescn'bed minimum charge or the capacity charge when
based upon 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through September.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the capacity charge shall be increased by the
ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power factor during the billing period. The capac_ charge
not be increased when the On-Peak Billing Demand is based on 609_ of the highest on-peak billing demand of th¢
preceding billing months of June through September or on a min_um billing demand.

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month or previous 11 months.

ssued Junc 6, 1994 by Effective for service hindered on


M. G. Morris, and after May 11, 1994
President & Chief Executive Offw,er,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service CommiuJon
_.t_ May 10, 1994
in Case No. U-10335
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Eiectrk Yirst Revised Sheet No. E-$5.00
Cemumers Power Company Caucds Original Sheet No. E-55.00
I'o remove Nuclear _ Surrh_rge)

GENERAL SERVICE PR/MARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Coatinaed From Skeet No. E-54.00)

Momldy Rate: (Cored)

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subjectto all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and mrchargesshown on Sheet No. E-2.00.

ACjustmeat for Power Factor:.

This roterequires a determlrmtionof theaveragepower factor_ by the customerduringthe biillnpperiod. Suchaveragepower


factorshall be determinedthroughmetering of lagging kilovar-hoursand kilowatt-hoursduringthe biilln_ period. The calculatedratio
of lagging kilovar-hourato kilowatt-hoursshall then be converted to the average power factor for the biilln_ period by using the
appropriateconversion factor. Wheneverthe average power factor during the billing period is above .899 or below .800, the capacity
charge shall be adjustedas follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the capacitycharge shall be reducedby 2%. This credit
_n!! not in any case be used to reduce the prescribedminimumcharge or the capacity chargewhen basedupon 60 % of thehighest
on-peakbilling demand of the preceding billing monthsof June through September.

(b) If the averagepower factor duringthe billing period is less than.800, the capacitycharge shall be increasedby the ratiothat .800
bears to the customer's averagepower factorduring the billing period.

Eulergeucy Load Mana_llont Discount:

A credit of $.25 per kW of on-peakmonthlybilling demandshall be applied to any customerwith a load of 500 kilowattsor more who
contracts in writing to permit the Companyto curtailhis entire load during a period of short-termpower emergency as a means of
emerganey load management. The customershall be advised of such load curtq;!mentproceduresby the Companywhenever possible.

Maximum Demand:

The maximumdemand shall be the highest 15-minutedemandcreated duringthe currentmonth or previous 11 months.

(Continued on _eet No. E-56.00)


Issued December 16, 1991 by Effective for service rendered on
F. W. Beckman, and after December l, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated November 20, 1991
in Case No. U-9668
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-55.00
Consumers Power Company

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-54.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Nuclear Decommissioning Surcharge:

.0382¢ per kWh for all kWh

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet
No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Faetor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing
period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor
for the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing
period is above .899 or below .800, the capacity charge shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the capacity charge shaU be reduced bY 2%- This
credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the prescribed minimum charge or the capacity charge when based upon
60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through September.

(b) If the average power factor during the billingperiod is less than .800, the capacity charge shall be increased by the ratio
that .800 bears to the customer's average power factor during the billing period.

Emergency Load Management Discount:

A credit of $.25 per kW of on-peak monthly billing demand shall be applied to any customer with a load of 500 kilowatts or
more who contracts in writing to permit the Company to curtail his entire load during a period of short-term power emer-
gency as a means of emergency load management. The customer shall be advised of such load curtailment procedures by
the Company whenever possible.

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month or previous 11 months.

Issued May 28, 1991 by -_i Effective for


(C°ntinued °n service rendered
Sheet N°" on
E'56"00)
F. W. Buckman, and after May 8, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated May 7, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
(To change rate title)

GENERAL SERVICE ELECTRIC FURNACE PRIMARY RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-55.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Net Metering Program:

The Net Metering Program is available to any eligible customer as described in Rule B20, Net Metering Program, who
desires to generate a portion or all of their own retail electricity requirements using a renewable energy source as set forth in
Public Act 141.

A customer who participates in the Net Metering Program is subject to the provisions contained in Rule B20, Net Metering
Program.

Renewable Resources Program (RRP):

Customer contracts for participation in the RRP shall be available to any eligible customer as described in Rule B19,
Renewable Resources Program, who desires to participate in the RRP. In addition to the prices under this rate schedule, a
customer who has agreed to participate in the RRP shall elect one of the following payment options:

Payment Option 1
The customer may pay a $0.01667 per kWh renewable resources premium applicable to an amount equal to 100% of the
customer's total monthly energy consumed.

Payment Option 2
The customer may purchase RRP Participation Certificates in the amount of $2.50 per certificate per month. Each
certificate shall represent 150 kWh of renewable electric energy procured by the Company in the RRP. Customers may
purchase any number of RRP Certificates. In the event the amount of energy represented in the customer's RRP
Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the billing period, no reconciliation shall be
made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the customer's selected RRP Participation
Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive billing periods, the customer may modify
the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected.

Payment Option 3
Customers who purchase 100 or more RRP Participation Certificates a month may purchase certificates for $2.00 per
certificate per month. The 100 block minimum must be applied to the customer's single billing account. To qualify for the
discounted certificate price, the number of certificates (totaling a minimum of 100) to be billed against the customer's billing
account must be specified in advance by the customer in a written agreement. In order to maximize the number of
customers eligible to participate in the RRP, the Company may limit the number of RRP Participation Certificates available
for the discounted premium to 25% of the total renewable electric energy procured for the RRP. In the event the amount of
energy represented in the customer's RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the
billing period, no reconciliation shall be made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the
customer's selected RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive
billing periods, the customer may modify the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected, but the number shall not
be less than 100 RRP Participation Certificates per month.

Proceeds from the renewable resources premium as described in Payment Option 1 and proceeds from the RRP Certificates
as described in Payment Options 2 and 3 shall be used solely for the RRP as set forth in Rule B19.

A customer who participates in the RRP is subject to the provisions contained in Rule B19, Renewable Resources Program.

Service under the RRP shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year and a maximum term of ten years.

CANCELLED
BY
U-15433
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
11-09-07
DATE _____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. E-56.10)

Issued January 12, 2006 by Michigan Public Service Effective for service rendered on
Commission
J. G. Russell, and after January 11, 2006
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan
January 23, 2006 Issued under authority of the
Filed _______________ Michigan Public Service Commission
dated December 22, 2005 and January 10, 2006
in Case No. U-14347
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
(To add Net Metering Program)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-55.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Net Metering Program:

The Net Metering Program is available to any eligible customer as described in Rule B20, Net Metering Program, who
desires to generate a portion or all of their own retail electricity requirements using a renewable energy source as set forth
in Public Act 141.

A customer who participates in the Net Metering Program is subject to the provisions contained in Rule B20, Net Metering
Program.

Renewable Resources Program (RRP):

Customer contracts for participation in the RRP shall be available to any eligible customer as described in Rule B19,
Renewable Resources Program, who desires to participate in the RRP. In addition to the prices under this rate schedule, a
customer who has agreed to participate in the RRP shall elect one of the following payment options:

Payment Option 1
The customer may pay a $0.01667 per kWh renewable resources premium applicable to an amount equal to 100% of the
customer's total monthly energy consumed.

Payment Option 2
The customer may purchase RRP Participation Certificates in the amount of $2.50 per certificate per month. Each
certificate shall represent 150 kWh of renewable electric energy procured by the Company in the RRP. Customers may
purchase any number of RRP Certificates. In the event the amount of energy represented in the customer's RRP
Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the billing period, no reconciliation shall be
made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the customer's selected RRP Participation
Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive billing periods, the customer may modify
the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected.

Payment Option 3
Customers who purchase 100 or more RRP Participation Certificates a month may purchase certificates for $2.00 per
certificate per month. The 100 block minimum must be applied to the customer's single billing account. To qualify for the
discounted certificate price, the number of certificates (totaling a minimum of 100) to be billed against the customer's billing
account must be specified in advance by the customer in a written agreement. In order to maximize the number of
customers eligible to participate in the RRP, the Company may limit the number of RRP Participation Certificates available
for the discounted premium to 25% of the total renewable electric energy procured for the RRP. In the event the amount of
energy represented in the customer's RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the
billing period, no reconciliation shall be made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the
customer's selected RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive
billing periods, the customer may modify the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected, but the number shall not
be less than 100 RRP Participation Certificates per month.

Proceeds from the renewable resources premium as described in Payment Option 1 and proceeds from the RRP Certificates
as described in Payment Options 2 and 3 shall be used solely for the RRP as set forth in Rule B19.

A customer who participates in the RRP is subject to the provisions contained in Rule B19, Renewable Resources Program.

Service under the RRP shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year and a maximum term of ten years.
(Continued on Sheet No. E-56.10)

Issued June 16, 2005 by Effective July 2005 Billing Month


J. G. Russell, Michigan Public Service
President, Electric and Gas, Commission Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
CANCELLED
BY
August 29, 2005
#Dproved dated March 29, 2005
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________
in Case No. U-14346
Filed ________ ____
RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
(To add Renewable Resources Program,
to remove Green Power Pilot Program and to reformat page)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-55.00) CANCELLED
BY
U-14346
ORDER ____________________
Monthly Rate: (Contd)
JKB
REMOVED BY_______________
Renewable Resources Program (RRP): 08-29-05
DATE _____________________

Customer contracts for participation in the RRP shall be available to any eligible customer as described in Rule B19,
Renewable Resources Program, who desires to participate in the RRP. In addition to the prices under this rate schedule, a
customer who has agreed to participate in the RRP shall elect one of the following payment options:

Payment Option 1
The customer may pay a $0.01667 per kWh renewable resources premium applicable to an amount equal to 100% of the
customer's total monthly energy consumed.

Payment Option 2
The customer may purchase RRP Participation Certificates in the amount of $2.50 per certificate per month. Each certificate
shall represent 150 kWh of renewable electric energy procured by the Company in the RRP. Customers may purchase any
number of RRP Certificates. In the event the amount of energy represented in the customer's RRP Participation Certificates
exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the billing period, no reconciliation shall be made on the customer's
billing. If the amount of energy represented by the customer's selected RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's
actual kWh consumption for three consecutive billing periods, the customer may modify the number of RRP Participation
Certificates selected.

Payment Option 3
Customers who purchase 100 or more RRP Participation Certificates a month may purchase certificates for $2.00 per
certificate per month. The 100 block minimum must be applied to the customer's single billing account. To qualify for the
discounted certificate price, the number of certificates (totaling a minimum of 100) to be billed against the customer's billing
account must be specified in advance by the customer in a written agreement. In order to maximize the number of customers
eligible to participate in the RRP, the Company may limit the number of RRP Participation Certificates available for the
discounted premium to 25% of the total renewable electric energy procured for the RRP. In the event the amount of energy
represented in the customer's RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the billing
period, no reconciliation shall be made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the customer's
selected RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive billing periods,
the customer may modify the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected, but the number shall not be less than 100
RRP Participation Certificates per month.

Proceeds from the renewable resources premium as described in Payment Option 1 and proceeds from the RRP Certificates
as described in Payment Options 2 and 3 shall be used solely for the RRP as set forth in Rule B19.

A customer who participates in the RRP is subject to the provisions contained in Rule B19, Renewable Resources Program.

Service under the RRP shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year and a maximum term of ten years.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-56.10)

Issued May 11, 2005 by Michigan Public Service Effective October 2005 Billing Month
Commission
J. G. Russell,
President, Electric and Gas, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan May 24, 2005
#Dproved
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated April 28, 2005
Filed ________ ____
in Case No. U-14471
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
(To change "Base Rate Adjustment" to
"Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor")

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-55.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be based on the highest on-peak demand created during the billing month, but never less
than 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through September, nor less than
100 kW.

The on-peak demand shall be the kilowatts (kW) supplied during the 15-minute period of maximum use during on-peak
hours, as described in Rule D3., Provisions Governing the Application of On-Peak and Off-Peak Rates.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership credit may
be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Green Power Pilot Program:

This program is available to any customer currently taking service under this rate schedule who desires to purchase
electricity generated by new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources. In addition to the charges under this
tariff, there will be a combined Green Surcharge and Administrative Fee per kWh based on the level of participation
selected by the customer as follows:
100%of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.032 per kWh
50% of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based,renewable resources $.016 per kWh
10% of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based,renewable resources $.0032 per kWh
100% of monthly energy nominatedby the customer purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based,
renewableresources $.032 per kWh

The above charges apply to all of the energy used during the billing period.

Any customer who participates in this program is subject to the provisions contained in Rule D7.1., Green Power Pilot
Program Availability and Terms of Service. Service under this program shall require a written contract with a minimum
term of one year.
CANCELLED
Power Supply Cost Recovery (PSCR) Factor: BY
U-14471
ORDER ____________________
This rate is subject to the PSCR Factor shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:
JKB
REMOVED BY_______________
05-24-05
DATE _____________________
The capacity kilowatt charge plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.
(Continued on Sheet No. E-57.00)

Issued December 19, 2003 by Effective January 2004 Billing Month


J. G. Russell,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
dated October 18, 1983 in Case No. U-7511,
dated February 11, 1998
............ in Case Nos. U-11290 and U-11453
'. .., _ r;:_ K and for self implementing in Case No. U-13917
f

, JAN 16 2004
t
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
(To reflect rate unbundling)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-55.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be based on the highest on-peak demand created during the billing month, but never less
than 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through September, nor less than
100 kW.

The on-peak demand shall be the kilowatts (kW) supplied during the 15-minute period of maximum use during on-peak
hours, as described in Rule D3., Provisions Governing the Application of On-Peak and Off-Peak Rates.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership credit may
be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Green Power Pilot Program:

This program is available to any customer currently taking service under this rate schedule who desires to purchase
electricity generated by new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources. In addition to the charges under this
tariff, there will be a combined Green Surcharge and Administrative Fee per kWh based on the level of participation
selected by the customer as follows:
100% of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.032 per kWh
50% of total monthly energy purchasedfrom new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.016 per kwh
10%of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.0032 per kWh
100%of monthly energy nominated by the customer purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based,
renewable resources $.032 per kWh

The above charges apply to all of the energy used during the billing period.

Any customer who participates in this program is subject to the provisions contained in Rule D7.1., Green Power Pilot
Program Availability and Terms of Service. Service under this program shall require a written contract with a minimum
term of one year.

Base Rate Adjustment:

This rate is subject to the Base Rate Adjustment shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The capacity kilowatt charge plus the customer charge included in the rate,

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:


The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-57.00)

Issued June 4, 2002 by ..... - .... , 1_,,t_ _-_ Effective for service rendered on
J. G. Russell ..... .... !, /f\,_, _ _=_(._'_ ,. and after May 17, 2002
President.and C_hieLExecutive Officer - Electric, S_9_"_:k _-_:L) " C_:_,
Jackson, Michigan'- .(,2._ ,-7_q \_'_/f_'_ • _._ Issued under authority of the
%t_"'_.]_, L)_-'_@ _2 LA "_ _ :i ]_:;-_ %_ Michigan Public Service Commission
_" ....'" _-"- , "¢_ __ ,j[J_ b COOL _L_! dated May 16, 2002
' _., _j{.._"_" , [,2_ v _, ._t in Case No. U-12970
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
(To add Green Power Pilot Program)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-55.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)


On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be based on the highest on-peak demand created during the billing month, but never
less than 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through September, nor
less than 100 kW.

The on-peak demand shall be the kilowatts (kV0 supplied during the 15-minute period of maximum use during
on-peak hours, as described in Rule D3., Provisions Governing the Application of On-Peak and Off-Peak Rates.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership credit
may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Green Power Pilot Program:

This program is available to any customer currently taking service under this rate schedule who desires to purchase
electricity generated by new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources. In addition to the charges under
this tariff, there will be a combined Green Surcharge and Administrative Fee per kWh based on the level of
participation selected by the customer as follows:
100% of total monthly energy purchasedfrom new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.032 per kWh
50% of total monthly energy purchasedfrom new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.016 per kWh
10% of total monthly energypurchasedfrom new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.0032 per kWh
100% of monthly energy nominated by the customerpurchased from new,zero-emission, Michigan-based,
renewable resources $.032 per kWh

The above charges apply to all of the energy used during the billing period.
Any customer who participates in this program is subject to the provisions contained in Rule D7.1., Green Power Pilot
Program Availability and Terms of Service. Service under this program shall require a written contract with a
minimum term of one year.

Base Rate Adjustment:


This rate is subject to the Base Rate Adjustment shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.
/
Minimum Charge: / /
The capacity charge plus the customer charge included in the rate. _V_DBy /1(.: /
Due Date and Late Payment Charge: _ [/
The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the/t_npaid-''_
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon. L/

(Continued on Sheet No. E-57.00)

Issued August 24, 2001 by Effective for service rendered on


D. W. Joos, and after July 25, 2001
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated July 25, 2001
in Case No. U-13029
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
To revise the Term and Form of Contract provision)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-55.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be based on the highest on-peak demand created during the billing month, but
never less than 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through
., September, nor less than 100 kW.

The on-peak demand shall be the kilowatts (kW) supplied during the 15-minute period of maximum use during on-
peak hours, as described in Rule D3., Provisions Governing the Application of On-Peak and Off-Peak Rates.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is suppliedat more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substationownership
credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Base Rate Adjustment:

This rate is subject to the Base Rate Adjustment shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The capacity charge plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of m_iling. A late payment charge of 2% of the
unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with
a minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require
a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service
unless new or additional facilities are required.

The Company may offer individual contract servicepursuantto the provisions of this rate schedule at rates less than those
provided above but not less than variable cost plus all mandatory charges imposed under General Service Direct Access
Rate DA for those customers who have a maximum demand of 2,000 kW or more and are served at the transmission or
subtransmission voltage level An existing orfuture customer of another Michigan electric utility is not eligible to receive
individual contract service. Any existing orfuture customer of another Michigan utility who switches service to Consumers
Energy shall not be eligible to receive individual contract servicefor a period of three years from the date such customer
switches service to Consumers Energy. The contracts shall be filed with the Commission for review and approval
(Continued on'Sheet No. E-57.00) .
Issued May 14, 1998 by Effective: December 4, 1996
D. W. Joos,

Jackson,
President Michigan
and Chief Executive Officer- Electric, _V/___._ Michigan Pubfic
Issued under ServiceofCommission
authority the

April 10, 1997 and May 22, 1997


_\_.._ O_ dated November 14, 1996,
• _._, _) . [_ _ _; _ in Case Nos. U-10685, U-10754
_u / f_l_ Aimed)!=-a -, andv-lets7
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
(To replace "PSCR" with "Base Rate Adjustment")

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-55.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be based on the highest on-peak demand created during the billing month, but
never less than 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through
September, nor less than 100 kW.

The on-peak demand shall be the kilowatts (kW) supplied during the 15-minute period of maximum use during on-
peak hours, as described in Rule D3., Provisions Governing the Application of On-Peak and Off-Peak Rates.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership
credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Base Rate Adjustment:

This rate is subject to the Base Rate Adjustment shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The capacity charge plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment (_harge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the
unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be assessedto any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with
a minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require
a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service

unless new or additional facilities are required. _/_, .

Issued Febr _ _O,|f_ _"q _ _ "(Continued on Sheet No. E-57.00)


uary 25, 1998 by \_,_ _" / Effective January 1, 1998
D. W. Joos, \/_,._,_.
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, _ _ Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan _,_>v,_ e_. _"¢ _--_ Michigan Public Service Commission

/_--_" _,, [_ _ "_-/_ din


atCdasFebru?ryll_1998 d 15-11453
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
1_o revise the Due Date and Late Payment Charge
_rovision to comply with Rule D1.5)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. F_,-55.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be based on the highest on-peak demand created during the billing month, but
never less than 60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through
September, nor less than 100 kW.

The on-peak demand shall be the kilowatts (kV0 supplied during the 15-minute period of maximum use during on-
peak hours, as described in Rule D3., Provisions Governing the Application of On-Peak and Off-Peak Rates.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership
credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule DS., Substation Ownership Credit.

Power Supply Cost Recovery:

This rate is subject to the Company's Power Supply Cost Recovery Factors shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The capacity charge plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the
unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with
a minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require
a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing ;their demand requirements after initiating service
unless new or additional facilities are required.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-57.00)


Issued May 10, 1996 by Effective for service rendered on
R. P. Lefere, Jr., and after .May 10, 1996
Vice President of Electric Marketing and Pricing,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated April 10, 1996
in Case No. U-10661
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric F'n_t Revised Sheet No. E-56.00
Comumers Power Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-56.00
(To revise the On-Peak Billing Demand
and Term and Form of Contract)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-55.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be based on the highest on-pea_ demand created during the billing month, but
never less than 60_ of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through
September, nor leas than 100 kW.

The on-peak demand shall be the kilowatts (kW) suppliedduringthe 15-minuteperiod of maximum use during ow
peak hours, u de_ribed in Rule D3., Provisiom Governingthe Applic4ttionof On-Peak and Off-Peak Rates.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-ownedequipment,a substationowner•hip
credit may be applioablein ac_ordan_ with Rule DS., SubstationOwnershipCredit.

Power Supply Cost Recovery:

rateis subjectto the Company's Power Supply Cost Recovery Factors shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

MinimumCharge:

The capacity charge plug the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Paymeat Charge:

The due dat_ of the customerbill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the
unpaid balance outstanding,net of taxes, shall be aasew_ to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date
shown thereon.

Term and Form of ConWact:"

For customers with monthly demands of30O kWor more, all service under this rateshall requirea written contractwith
• minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company"3option, require
a written contract with a minimum term of oneyear.

A new contract will not be requiredfor existing customers who increase their demand requirements after in_g _ervice

* Continued on Sheet No, E-_'7.00)


[ssued June 6, 1994 by '_ _I\C)'_'_'/_ Effective for service renderedon
M. G. Morris, _,_%'_"_ - _"'_C_/'_ and after May 11, 1994
President & Chief Executive Officer,
Jackson, Michigan [C_ '_" _ _ Issued under •uthority of the
_ .... _ _nA _-_ M_hi_m Public _-fv_ Com_sion
_._ ,J _ _ ± I:_* _ _ May 10, 1994

__ m Cue No U 1O335
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-56.00
Consumers Power Company

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-55.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be the average of the four weekly on-peak demands for the month (the period after the
first 21days of each month is considered to be the fourth week), provided that no on-peak billing demand shall be less than
60% of the highest on-peak billing demand of the preceding billing months of June through September, and in no case less
than 100 kW.

The weekly on-peak demand shall be the kilowatts (kW) supplied during the 15-minute period of maximum use during
on-peak hours, as described in Rule D3., Provisions Governing the Application of On-Peak and Off-Peak Rates.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service issupplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership credit may
be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Power Supply Cost Recovery:

This rate is subject to the Company's Power Supply Cost Recovery Factors shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The capacity charge plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance outstanding, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Term and Form of Contract:

All service under this rate shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

- (Contmued-0'n Sheet No. E-57.00)

Issued May 28, 1991 by Effective for service rendered on


F. W. Buckman, and after May 8, 1991

Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the


Michigan Public Service Commission
dated May 7, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
President & Chief Operating Officer, _]
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-56.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-56.10
(To revise and reformat page)

GENERAL SERVICE ELECTRIC FURNACE PRIMARY RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-56.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Minimum Charge:

The capacity charges and the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with a
minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require a
written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service unless
new or additional facilities are required.

CANCELLED
BY
U-15433
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
11-09-07
DATE _____________________

Issued January 12, 2006 by Michigan Public Service Effective for service rendered on
Commission
J. G. Russell, and after January 11, 2006
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan
January 23, 2006 Issued under authority of the
Filed _______________ Michigan Public Service Commission
dated December 22, 2005 and January 10, 2006
in Case No. U-14347
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Original Sheet No. E-56.10
Consumers Energy Company
(To reformat page)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-56.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Power Supply Cost Recovery (PSCR) Factor:

This rate is subject to the PSCR Factor shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The capacity kilowatt charge plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. E-57.00)

Issued May 11, 2005 by Michigan Public Service Effective October 2005 Billing Month
J. G. Russell, Commission

President, Electric and Gas, Issued under authority of the


Jackson, Michigan May 24, 2005 #Dproved Michigan Public Service Commission
dated April 28, 2005
Filed ________ ____ in Case No. U-14471
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-57.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-57.00
(To revise "Continued From" Sheet No.)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-56.10)

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with a
minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require a
written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service unless
new or additional facilities are required.

The Company may offer individual contract service pursuant to the provisions of this rate schedule at rates less than those
provided above but not less than variable cost plus all mandatory charges imposed under the applicable Retail Open Access
Service rate for those customers who have a maximum demand of 2,000 kW or more and are served at the transmission or
subtransmission voltage level. An existing or future customer of another Michigan electric utility is not eligible to receive
individual contract service. Any existing or future customer of another Michigan utility who switches service to Consumers
Energy shall not be eligible to receive individual contract service for a period of three years from the date such customer switches
service to Consumers Energy. The contracts shall be filed with the Commission for review and approval.

Definition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the transmission system or from the transmission system
through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for supplying
service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the subtransmission
system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for
supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary Service:

A primary service is that service supplied from the primary distribution system and that does not qualify as either a
transmission service or a subtransmission service.
CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Issued May 11, 2005 by Effective October 2005 Billing Month
Michigan Public Service
J. G. Russell, Commission
President, Electric and Gas, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
May 24, 2005
#Dproved
dated April 28, 2005
in Case No. U-14471
Filed ________ ____
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric ' Third Revised Sheet No. E-57.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. E-57.00
(To revise the individual contract
service provision)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-56.00)

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with a
minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require a
written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service
unless new or additional facilities are required.

The Company may offer individual contract service pursuant to the provisions of this rate schedule at rates less than those
provided above but not less than variable cost plus all mandatory charges imposed under the applicable Retail Open Access
Service rate for those customers who have a maximum demand of 2,000 kW or more and are served at the transmission or
subtransmission voltage level. An existing or future customer of another Michigan electric utility is not eligible to receive
individual contract service. Any existing or future customer of another Michigan utility who switches service to Consumers
Energy shall not be eligible to receive individual contract service for a period of three years from the date such customer
switches service to Consumers Energy. The contracts shall be filed with the Commission for review and approval.

Definition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the transmission system or from the transmission
system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for
supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the
subtransmission system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution
equipment for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary Service:

A primary service is that service supplied from the primary distribution system and that does not qualify as either a
transmission service or a subtransmission service.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14471
ORDER ____________________

JKB
REMOVED BY_______________
05-24-05
DATE _____________________

Issued January 18, 2002 by Effective for service rendered on

President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, "' _' _" -


J. G. Russell,
Jackson, Michigan "_L,:D _'_._
, _,_[_ ir}_.'.., \ and after January 1, 2002
_-_. Michigan Public Service Commission
dated December 20, 2001
_'_-_ O 8 _002 inCaseNo.U-12488
_%:__" _!l'_'_r_ Issued under authority of the
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-57.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. E-57.00
(To reformat page)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-56.00)

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with a
minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require a
written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service
unless new or additional facilities are required.

The Company may offer individual contract service pursuant to the provisions of this rate schedule at rates less than those
provided above but not less than variable cost plus all mandatory charges imposed under General Service Direct Access
Rate DA for those customers who have a maximum demand of 2,000 kW or more and are served at the transmission or
subtransmission voltage level. An existing or future customer of another Michigan electric utility is not eligible to receive
individual contract service. Any existing or future customer of another Michigan utility who switches service to Consumers
Energy shall not be eligible to receive individual contract service for a period of three years from the date such customer
switches service to Consumers Energy. The contracts shall be filed with the Commission for review and approval.

Definition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the transmission system or from the transmission
system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for
supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the
subtransmission system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution
equipment for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary Service:

A primary service is that service supplied from the primary distribution system and that does not qualify as either a
transmission service or a subtransmission service.

CANCELLEDBYORDER

INCASENO.[U_;_'
2 0 2001

REMOVED
8Y @ -.::.l
Issued August 24, 2001 by Effective f6r-serv_ce renoereo on/T----
k)
D. W. Joos, and after July 25, 2001
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated July 25, 2001
in Case No. U-13029
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-57.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-57.00
To revise Company name)

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-56.00)

Def'mition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the wansmis sion system or from the transmission system
through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the dis_bution equipment for supplying
service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the
subtraa.s,mission system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution
• equipment for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary Service:

A primary service is that service supplied from the primary distribution system and that does not qualify as either a
transmission service or a suNxansmission service.

CANCELLEDBYORDER
INCASENO. U-I.._
h'-e,_ O
JUt25zoo1
REMOVED
BY
Issued May 14, 1998 by _ _lay _, 1998
D. W. Joos,

Jackson,
President Michigan
and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, ____ Michigan Public
Issued under ServiceofCommission
authority the

__ _ dated March 24, 1981


._ _ _' _-_?._ in Case No. U-6300

hS,
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-57.00
Consumers Power Company

GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY ELECTRIC FURNACE RATE J


(Continued From Sheet No. E-56.00)

Definition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the transmission system or from the transmission system
through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for supplying
service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the subtrans-
mission system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment
for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary Service:

A primary service is that service supplied from the primary distribution system and that does not qualify as either a transmis-
sion service or a subtransmission service.

Issued May 28, 1991 by Effective for service rendered on


F. W. Buckman, and after May 8, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated May 7, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Twelfth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at a
nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:

Customer Charge:
$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.098151 per kWh $.049351 per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.004000 per kWh $.004000 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.004800 per kWh $.004800 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $.000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $(.028500) per kWh $(.028500) per kWh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kWh $(.001102) per kWh for the excess
Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.077449 per kWh $.028649 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.055351 per kWh $(.002749) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kWh $.002300 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002700 per kWh $.002700 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $.000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.027400 per kWh $.027400 per kWh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kWh $(.001102) per kWh for the excess
Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.086749 per kWh $.028649 per kWh for the excess
CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________

DATE 01-24-06
_____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. E-58.10)

Michigan Public Service


Issued November 16, 2005 by Effective for bills rendered on
Commission
J. G. Russell, and after December 1, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan November 28, 2005 Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
Filed _______________ dated November 10, 2005
in Case No. U-12505
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Twelfth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eleventh Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
(To add the Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVEELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW"or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.


Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary :,
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets. .,

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at a
nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:

• Customer Charge:
$100.00 per customer per month, phis

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW. ,.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service: ,:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $ .098165 per kWh $ .049365 per kWh.for the excess
Transmission Charge: $ .004000 per kWh $ .004000 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $ .004800 per kWh $ .004800 per kwh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $ .000100 perkWh $ .000100 perkwh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $(.028500) per kWh $(.028500) per kwh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment - •"_
[Public Act141 0.['2000,Section ]Od(5)Adjustment]: $(.O0]] 02) per kWh $(.001102) per kWhfor the excess
Total Kilowatt-hour Charge" $. 077463 per kWh $. 028663 per kwh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $ .055365 per kWh $(.002735) per kWh_for the excess •
Transmission Charge: $ .002300 per kWh $ .002300 per kWh_for the excess
Distribution Charge: CANCELLED $ .002700 per kWh $ .002700 per kWh for the excess
BY
U-6300,U-12505
Customer Related Charge: ORDER ____________________ $ .000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $ .027400 per kWh $ .027400 per kWh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment RL
REMOVED BY_______________
[Public Act 141 of2000, Section
DATE 10d(5) 12-01-05
Adjustment]:
_____________________ $(.001102) per kwh $(.001102) per kWhfor the excess
Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.086763 per kwh $. 028663 per kWh for the excess
(Continued on Sheet No. E-58.10)

Issued December 22, 2004 by Effective for bills rendered on


Michigan
PublicService
J. G. Russell, Commission and after January 3, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,

Jackson, Michigan I January 12, 20051 Michigan Public Service Commission


Issued underauthorityofthe
Filed _ dated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001
in Case No. U-12505 and dated November 23, 2004
in Case Nos. 15-13720 and U-14098
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Eleventh Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $ .098165 per kWh $ .049365 per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $ .004000 per kWh $ .004000 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $ .004800 per kWh $ .004800 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $ .000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $(.028500) per kWh $(.028500) per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $ .078565 per kWh $ .029765 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


u, , _, ' -- For the First 100 Hours'
- _ Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
_,_ Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $. 055365 per kWh $(.002735) per kWh for the excess

i_ _ Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kWh $ .002300 per kwh for the excess

"_ c_ Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
[L._ -,,_,_
_ _ l_1 DistributionAdjustment
Regulatory Charge: Charge: $.002700 per
$.027400 per kWh
kWh $$ .027400
.002700 per kWh for
per kWh for the excess
the excess

_ _ _ ._ Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.087865 per kWh $.029765 per kWh for the excess

_ _ J_ (Continued on Sheet No. E-58.10)


I-_ t-_ Commission
;. ] _ovember
ussell, 30, 2004 by Michigan
PublicService Effective
and after for bills rendered
December 1, 2004 on
pC sident, Electric and Gas,

: 1"" ....... 'Jackson, Michigan December 14, 2004 Michigan Public


Issued under Serviceof Commission
authority the
Filed (_/3_ _3s dated November 23, 2004
in Case No. U-12505
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
(To change "Base Rate Adjustment" to "PSCR Factor")

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:
Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to
electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate
metering equipment for such furnace loads.
This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each ease to be determined by
the Company.
The customer shall fumish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:
Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.
Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:
For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $ .098182 per kWh $ .049382 per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $ .004000 per kwh $ .004000 per kwh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $ .004800 per kWh $ .004800 per kwh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $ .000100 per kwh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $(.028500) per kWh $(.028500) per kWh for the excess
Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $ .078582 per kWh $ .029782 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.055382 per kwh $(.002718) per kwh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kWh $ .002300 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002700 per kWh $ .002700 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.027400 per kWh $ .027400 per kWh for the excess
Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.087882 per kWh $ .029782 per kWh for the excess
(Continued on Sheet No. E-58.10)

Issued December 19, 2003 by Effective January 2004 Billing Month


J. G. Russell,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
dated October 18, 1983 in Case No. U-7511,
dated February 11, 1998
CANCELLEDBY ...... ,,./,, _zl(,, rTiip. i"- ..... in Case Nos. U-11290 and U-11453
ORDER (,,A,- _ _)---_D._ .'.;C:;,K[ ,' _!.._'; G;'i and for self implementing in CaseNo. U-13917

REMOVED
BY
JAN1 6 2004 1

DATE I '2--" q--o44 .... -FFi Ti_


I
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to
electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate
metering equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $ .098182 per kWh $ .049382 per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $ .004000 per kWh $ .004000 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $ .004800 per kWh $ .004800 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $ .000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $(.028500) per kwh $(.028500) per kwh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $ .078582 per kwh $ .029782 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.055382 per kwh $(.002718) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kWh $ .002300 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002700 per kWh $ .002700 per kwh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kwh $ .000100 per kwh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.027400 per kWh $ .027400 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.087882 per kWh $ .029782 per kWh for the excess
(Continued on Sheet No. E-58.10)

Issued December 2, 2003 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, and after December 2, 2003
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan ._ _'_ Issued under authority of the
_J_'_ _t_ _ Michigan Public Service Commission
dated November 25, 2003

: i, _::L::,!,, 'ii'a_L_j/. _ S[RVlC[ C0,,_Ai%ION in Case No. U-12505

" .... JAN 13 2004

• : _s _ rlt[B
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:
Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to
electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate
metering equipment for such furnace loads.
This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.
The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.
The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:
Customer Charge:
$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $ .098154 per kwh $ .049354 per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $ .004000 per kWh $ .004000 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $ .004800 per kWh $ .004800 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $ .000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $(.028500) per kWh $(.028500) per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $ .078554 per kWh $ .029754 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.055354 per kWh $(.002746) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kWh $ .002300 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002700 per kWh $ .002700 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kwh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.027400 per kWh $ .027400 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: t $.087854 per kWh $ .029754 per kWh for the excess

CANCELLED fly
oRDER
• . _
-ttI (Continued on Sheet No.E-58.10)

Issued November 22, 2002 by , t_t:m_ v t_t: __ ' " [ Effective for bills rendered on
J. G. Russell, t ! and after December 3, 2002
President and Chief Executive Officer -,Elec_tric, |.... _.. _ _t.t |
Jackson, Michigan • "_ " _I IJPt/
. '_ "" " __- --_,_._,_,_-_:::_-__-_:_-_,
- - "" "_ ........ el Issued under authority
ServiceofCommission
the
Michigan Public
dated November 7, 2002
: MICHIGANPUBLIC in Case No. U-12505
SERVICECOMMISSI0rt

MAR 1 7 2O03
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
(To reflect rate unbundling)

GENERAL SERVICEALTERNATIVEELECTRICMETALMELTINGRATE J-1


Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to
electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate
metering equipment for such furnace loads.
This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.
The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.
The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:
Customer Charge:
$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $ .098223 per kWh $ .049423 per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $ .004000 per kWh $ .004000 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $ .004800 per kWh $ .004800 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $ .000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $(.028500_ per kwh $(.0285001 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $ .078623 per kWh $ .029823 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.055423 per kWh $(.002677) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kwh $ .002300 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002700 per kWh $ .002700 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.027400 per kwh $ .027400 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.087923 per kWh $ .029823 per kWh for the excess

(Continued on Sheet No. E-58.10)

Issued June 4, 2002 by /. 7,3 _ :7:_"_:: _-,\ Effective for service rendered on
J. G. Russell, /_.._'[_:_"
"__'_ c_\ and after May 17, 2002
Presiden_leetric /_,._-- ",_:_
Jackson, Michigan _.. /'_ c_ Issued under authority of the
• CANCELLED
BY _. _ _._ dUN _ 2_132 ,..5] Michigan Public Service Commission
0RDEC_0 _(X_ ¢J___ q.'J I '3,,._.
V _/ dated
in CaseMay
No, 16,2002
U-12970

DAT "__ "]-,CP_


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
(To reflect Securitization)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to
electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install
separate metering equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined
by the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all
necessary controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the
service at a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy
measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Energy Charge:

For service at primary voltage level:

$.102623 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand
$.029823 per kWh for the excess

For service at subtransmission voltage level:

$.087923 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand
$.029823 per kWh for the excess

For service at transmission voltage level:

$.078623 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand
$.029823 per kWh for the excess

(Continu

Issued November 14, 2001 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, and after November 30, 2001
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the •
Michigan Public Service Commi_ion
dated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001
in Case No. U-12505
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
To revise Company name)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for
metal melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable
only to electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may
install separate metering equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be
determined by the Company.

The customer shall finnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all
necessary controlling and protective equipment for 'such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the
service at a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3 % shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy
measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Energy Charge:

For service at primary voltage level:

$.1043 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand
$.0315 per kWh for the excess

For service at subtransmission voltage level:

$.0896 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand

$.0315 per kWh for the excess CANCELLED BY ORDER


IN CASENO.U-_. b
For service at transmission voltage level:

$.0803 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand JAN 0 4 2001
$.0315 per kWh for the excess

REMOVED
BY %
(Continued on Sheet No. E-59.00)
Issued May 14, 1998 by Effective: May 14, 1998
D. W. Joos,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
dated March 24, 1981
in Case No. U-6300
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
To revise the Energy Charge)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for
metal melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable
only to electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may
install separate metering equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be
determined by the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all
necessary controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the
service at a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3 % shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy
measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Energy Charge:

For service at primary voltage level:

$.1043 per kWh for the first i00 hours' use of maximum demand
$.0315 per kWh for the excess

For service at subtransmission voltage level: __1

For service at transmission voltage level: V _S

$.0803 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand
$.0315 per kWh for the excess _

$.08965.0315
perper
kWhkWh
for thethe
for firStexcessl00
hours' use of maximum demand _hOq¢_
__ " __ _l._._j\ '
(Confinued_No E-59 00)
Issued November 25, 1996 by Effective for service rendered on
R. P. Lefere, Jr., and after December 1, 1996
Vice President of Electric Marketing and Pricing
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated February 5, 1996
in Case No. U-10685
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
ro revise the Energy Charge)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for
metal melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable
only to electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may
install separate metering equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be
determined by the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all
necessary controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the
service at a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3 % shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy
measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Energy Charge: " '


_J

6" "

For service.at primary voltage level: __j-'_'_i


$.1085 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand ,';_) t,t_ _ ,_ "
$.0315 per kWh for the excess J;_" S" - LL_ '3 k \'

For service at subtransmission voltage level: 'O _) ._-_ % _ _l_ :.

$.0940 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand ', _.)q_

$.0315 per kWh for the excess \ , _)_,.,_../_;_j_f


,c_,
For service at transmission voltage level: _("Y ,../

$.0845 per kwh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand
$.0315 per kwh for the excess

(Continued on Sheet No. E-59.00)


Issued February 14, 1996 by Effective for service rendered on
R. P. Lefere, Jr., and after February 6, 1996
Vice President of Electric Marketing and Pricing
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
_. Michigan Public Service Commksion
_'_L-_ dated February 5, 1996
in Case No. U-10685

FEB o 1996
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Powm" Company Cancels Fh'st Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
(To revise rates)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for
metal melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable
only to electric furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Coml_ny may
install separate metering equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single.-pha_ or three-phase, the ptrticu_ nature of the voltage in each case to be
determined by the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all
.nee_____utry
contxolling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the
service at • nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy
measurements thus made.

Monthly Rate:

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

CustomerCharge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Energy Charge:

For service at primary voltage level: _/:':_\/"

$.1110per kWh forthetint100 hours'useof maximum demand /.. _ "


$.0315 per kWh for the excess

For service at subtrarmmhmion voltage level: [ ;

$.0315 per kWh for the excess I,


$.0960 per kwh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum dcmand _\ _ __'_ __
For

$.0865 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand ]
$.0515 per kWh fortheexcess

(Continued on SheetNo. E-$9.00)


Issued June 6, 1994 by . Effective for service rendered on
M. G. Morris, and after May 11, 1994
President & Chief Executive Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
MichiganPublicServiceCommission
datedMay 10,1994
in Case No. U-10335
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-58.00
To revise rates)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions,this rate is available to any customer desiringservice for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallicores,where the maximumdemand is 100kW ormore. This rate is applicableonly to electric
furnaceuse andthe customer mustprovidea specialcircuitor circuitsin orderthat the Companymay installseparate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale pu_oses.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current,60-hertz,single-phaseor three-phase,the particularnatureof the voltage in each case to be determinedby


the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install andmaintain allnecessary furnace transformersor motor-generatorsets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generatorsets.

The furnace loadsshall normallybe meteredat the supplyvoltage.However, when the Companyelects to measure the serviceat
a nominal voltageof less than 2,400volts, 3%shall be addedfor billing purposesto the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

Customer Charge:

$150.00per customer per month, plus

Energy Charge:

For service at primaryvoltage level:


10.71¢
perkWh forthefirst
100hours'
useofmaximum demand
3.15¢ per kWh for the excess . -- ._/_x--
For service at subtransmission voltage level:

9.16¢per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum deman

For service at transmission voltage level: _{ _ "_(_(_


8.26¢per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand
3.15¢ per kWh for the excess

3.15¢ per kWh for the excess __)_._ _ .

(Continued on Sheet No. E-59.00) [


Issued July 17, 1991by Effective for service rendered on
F. W. Buckman, and after July 2, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated July 1, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-58.00
Consumers Power Company

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any customer desiring service for operation of electric furnaces for metal
melting or the reduction of metallic ores, where the maximum demand is 100 kW or more. This rate is applicable only to electric
furnace use and the customer must provide a special circuit or circuits in order that the Company may install separate metering
equipment for such furnace loads.

This rate is not available for resale purposes.

Nature of Service:

Alternating current, 60-hertz, single-phase or three-phase, the particular nature of the voltage in each case to be determined by
the Company.

The customer shall furnish, install and maintain all necessary furnace transformers or motor-generator sets and all necessary
controlling and protective equipment for such transformers or motor-generator sets.

The furnace loads shall normally be metered at the supply voltage. However, when the Company elects to measure the service at
a nominal voltage of less than 2,400 volts, 3% shall be added for billing purposes to the demand and energy measurements thus
made.

Monthly Rate:

Applicable to customers with monthly maximum demands of not less than 100 kW or more than 29,999 kW.

Customer Charge:

$150.00 per customer per month, plus

Energy Charge:

For service at primary voltage level:

10.71¢ per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand
3.31¢ per kWh for the excess

For service at subtransmission voltage level:

9.16¢ per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand
3.31¢ per kWh for the excess

For service at transmission voltage level:

8.26¢ per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand
3.31¢ per kWh for the excess

_.5 (Continued on Sheet No. E-59.00)

F. W. Buckman, and after May 8, 1991


President & Chief Operating Offi
Issued May 28, 1991by _ _c,____ 1___ - Issued
Effectiveunder authorityrendered
for service of the on

Jackson, Michigan . _') ._, _ _%, 1"-_'_k,_ c'_-_ Michigan Public Service Commission
.. [_: v _ dated May 7, 1991
[_ J[JN _ ]991 ,_) in CaseNo. U-9346

x._
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-58.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-58.10
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.055351 per kWh $(.017449) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kWh $.002300 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002700 per kWh $.002700 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $.000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.042100 per kWh $.042100 per kWh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kWh $(.001102) per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.101449 per kWh $.028649 per kWh for the excess

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.039851 per kWh $.007551 per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.001700 per kWh $.001700 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kWh $.002000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $.000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.017400 per kWh $.017400 per kWh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kWh $(.001102) per kWh for the excess
Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.059949 per kWh $.027649 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.020051 per kWh $(.015149) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $.000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $.001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $.000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.041900 per kWh $.041900 per kWh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kWh $(.001102) per kWh for the excess
Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.062849 per kWh $.027649 per kWh for the excess
CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. E-59.00)

Issued November 16, 2005 by Michigan Public Service Effective for bills rendered on
J. G. Russell, Commission and after December 1, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan November 28, 2005 Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
Filed _______________
dated November 10, 2005
in Case No. U-12505
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-58.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-58.10
(To add the Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)
Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $ .055365 per kWh $(.017435) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $ .002300 per kWh $ .002300 per kWh-for the excess
Distribution Charge: $ .002700 per kWh $ .002700 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $ .000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $ .042100 per kWh $ .042100 per kWh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section i0d(5) Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kWh $(.001102) per kWhfor the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $. 101463 per kWh $. 028663 per kwh for the excess

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
• months.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $ .039865 per kWh $ .007565 per kwh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $ .001700 per kwh $ .001700. per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $ .002000 per kWh $ .002000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $' .000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
•' Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $ .017400 per kWh $ .017400 per kWh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[?ublicAct 141of2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.O01102)per kwh $(.0011022 pei" kWh for the excess
Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.059963 per kWh $.027663 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service: :'


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.020065 per kWh $(.015135) per kWh, for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $ .000900 per kWh for the excess
CANCELLED
Distribution Charge: BY
U-6300,U-12505 $.0011)00per kWh $ .001000 per kWh for the excess
ORDER ____________________
Custorrier Related Charge: $.000100 per kwh $ .000100 per kwhfor the exeess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: RL
REMOVED BY_______________ $.041900 per kWh $ .041900 per kWh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment DATE _____________________
12-01-05
[PublicAct ]41 of 2000, Section ]Od(5)Adjustment]: $(.O0]]02) per kWh $(.001102) per kWh for the excess
Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $. 062863 per kWh $.027663 per kWh for the excess
(Continued on Sheet No. E-59.00)

Issued December 22, 2004 by Effective for bills rendered on ,


J. G. Russell, Michigan
PublicService
Commission and after January 3, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,

Jackson, Michigan I January J _), _)005 [ Michigan Public


Issued under ServiceofCommission
authority the

Filed in CaseOctober
dated No. U-12505 andand
24, 2000 dated November
January 23, 2004
4, 2001
in Case Nos. U-13720 and U-14098
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-58.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-58.10
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERALSERVICE ALTERNATIVEELECTRICMETAL MELTINGRATE ,1-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.055365 per kWh $(.017435) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kWh $ .002300 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002700 per kWh $ .002700 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.042100 per kWh $ .042100 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.102565 per kWh $.029765 per kWh for the excess

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.039865 per kwh $.007565 per kwh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.001700 per kWh $.001700 per kwh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kwh $.002000 per kwh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh " $.000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.017400 per kWh $.017400 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.061065 per kWh $.028765 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.020065 per kWh $(.015135) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $ .000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kwh $ .001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kwh $ .000100 per kwh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.041900 per kWh $ .041900 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $1063965 per kWh $ .028765 per kWh for the excess
(Continued on Sheet No. E-59.00)

Issued November 30, 2004 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, MichiganPublicService -1 - and after December 1, 2004
President, Electric and Gas, Commission

t
Jackson, Michigan

" ........
I CANCELLED BYU" / _ 506"
[ 0_DEi_ _/../_Tzo//:_/O_
L=_ t : _L
I

I December 14, 20041

Filed_
I

I Issued under authority of the

Michigan Public Service Commission


datedNovember 23, 2004

in CaseNo. U-12505

,,rF __I:.,la:op _.
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-58.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. E-58.10
(To change "Base Rate Adjustment" to "PSCR Factor")

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.055382 per kWh $(.017418) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kWh $ .002300 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002700 per kWh $ .002700 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.042100 per kWh $ .042100 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $. 102582 per kWh $ .029782 per kWh for the excess

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.039882 per kWh $.007582 per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.001700 per kWh $.001700 per kwh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kWh $.002000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $.000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.017400 per kWh $.017400 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $061082 per kwh $.028782 per kwh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.020082 per kWh $(.015118) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $ .000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $ .001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.041900 per kWh $ .041900 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.063982 per kWh $ .028782 per kWh for the excess
(Continued on Sheet No. E-59.00)

Issued December 19, 2003 by Effective January 2004 Billing Month


J. G. Russell,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
datedtOctober 18, 1983 in Case No. U-7511,
dated February 11, 1998
CANCELLEDBY _4_,'_<G'_
"=,,_'(_P[.tC. Case Nos. U-11290 and U-11453
ORDER {.11."-[ _'-_ _)._ ... SER'vlC[ C(]ql'"_.,
.,, .,. N,_,,, ,n
and _or self implementing in Case No. U-13917
F-- 1
.EuovED
BY gL _ [
, dAN16 20041
t

DATE ] "2-- -- [ LF_ ,_ _


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-58.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. E-58.10
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.055382 per kWh $(.017418) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kWh $ .002300 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002700 per kWh $ .002700 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.042100 per kWh $ .042100 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $. 102582 per kWh $ .029782 per kWh for the excess

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.039882 per kWh $.007582 per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.001700 per kWh $.001700 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kWh $.002000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $.000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.017400. per kwh $.017400 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $061082 per kWh $.028782 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.020082 per kWh $(.015118) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $ .000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $ .001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.041900 per kWh $ .041900 per kwh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.063982 per kwh $ .028782 per kwh for the excess
(Continued on Sheet No. E-59.00)

Issued December 2, 2003 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, and after December 2, 2003
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the

dated November 25, 2003


.------//ii_ MICi.IIOA'_PUBLIC in Case No.Public
U-12505
Michigan Service Commission

O,F<'_g FitrC
, j%--
.
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-58.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-58.10
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.055354 per kWh $(.017446) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kWh $ .002300 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002700 per kWh $ .002700 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.042100 per kWh $ .042100 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.102554 per kWh $ .029754 per kWh for the excess

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.039854 per kWh $.007554 per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.001700 per kWh $.001700 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kWh $.002000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $.000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.017400 per kWh $.017400 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.061054 per kWh $.028754 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Snbtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.020054 per kWh $(.015146) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $ .000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $ .001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.041900 per kWh $ .041900 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: I "$r06-39-5_-per


kWh $ .028754 per kWh for the excess
CANCELLED
BY

Issued November 22, 2002 by


r ORDER _._- _:_,_-"1:),._

i_t=muv t=tJ t) I
"-

_.ar- _ _
(Continued
on Sheet No. E-59.00)

Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, ! and after December 3, 2002

President and Chief Executive Officel - __._ . I Michigan Public ServiceofCommission


Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority the
MICHIGANPUBLIC dated November 7, 2002
SERVICECOMMISSION in Case No. U-12505

MAR17 2003
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Original Sheet No. E-58.10
Consumers Energy Company
(To reflect rate unbundling)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE ,1-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.055423 per kWh $(.017377) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.002300 per kWh $ .002300 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002700 per kWh $ .002700 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $,.042100 per kWh $ .042100 per kwh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.102623 per kWh $ .029823 per kWh for the excess

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12
consecutive months.

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Transmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess

D Transmission Charge:
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.001700
$.039923 per kWh $.001700
$.007623 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.002000 per kWh $.002000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $.000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $. 017400 per kwh $. 017400 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.061123 per kWh $.028823 per kWh for the excess

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Subtransmission Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.020123 per kWh $(.015077) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $ .000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $ .001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $. 041900 per kWh $ .041900 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.064023 per kWh $ .028823 per kWh for the excess

(Continued on Sheet No. E-59.00)

Issued June 4, 2002 by Effective for service rendered on


J. G. Russell, __, and after May 17, 2002
President andlCh_.A_,--t;v_ ,?,_'_cz: _Icct_e, /_',_ "_"_,__r_ -" _,,\
Jackson, Micl_i_NCELLE D BY '.x_ , _x

D _" ":_i) Issued under authority of the


i REMOVEDBY_tv\
IORDER_),>SD,5._..O-__IcT?
,_-,.. i•. JO_ _ _-__ _- -._.'%
_) in CaseMay
Michigan
dated No.Public
U-12970
16, ServiceCommission
2002
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Fifteenth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourteenth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
(To revise and reformat rate)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING PRIMARY RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.10)
Monthly Rate: (Contd)

General Terms:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing
period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor
for the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing
period is above .899 or below .800, the price per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand, reduced by the
price per kWh for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:
(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the sum of the first block of the Energy Charge,
Distribution Charge and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case
be used to reduce the prescribed minimum charge included in the rate.
(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the sum of the first block of the Energy
Charge, Distribution Charge and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be increased by the ratio that .800 bears to
the customer's average power factor during the billing period. This penalty shall not be used when billing is based on
the minimum charge included in the rate.

The above adjustments shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits.

Michigan Public Service CANCELLED


BY
Commission U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

January 23, 2006 RL


REMOVED BY_______________
Filed _______________ 04-20-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00)

Issued January 12, 2006 by Effective for service rendered on


J. G. Russell, and after January 11, 2006
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated December 22, 2005 and January 10, 2006
in Case No. U-14347
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Fourteenth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.10)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.020051 per kWh $(.016749) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $.000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $.001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $.000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.043500 per kWh $.043500 per kWh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kWh $(.001102) per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.064449 per kWh $.027649 per kWh for the excess

Securitization Charges:

$.001302 per kWh Securitization Charge


$.000447 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing period.
The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor for the billing
period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing period is above .899
or below .800, the price per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand, reduced by the price per kWh for the excess,
shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour Charge
and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the
prescribed minimum charge included in the rate.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour Charge
and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power
factor during the billing period. This penalty shall not be used when billing is based on the minimum charge included in the
rate.
CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
The above adjustments shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits. ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00)


Michigan Public Service
Issued November 16, 2005 by Commission Effective for bills rendered on
J. G. Russell, and after December 1, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan
November 28, 2005 Issued under authority of the
Filed _______________ Michigan Public Service Commission
dated November 10, 2005
in Case No. U-12505
M.F.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers EnergT Company Cancels Twelfth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
(To add the Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.10)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Prima_ Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.020065 per kWh $(.016735) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 her kWh $ .000900 per.kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $ .001000 per kwhfor the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per.kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjus_aent Charge: $.043500 per kwh $ .043500 per kwh for the excess
Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment
[Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]: $(.001102) per kwh $(.001102) per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.064463 per kWh $. 027663 per kwh for the excess

Securitization Charges: ":


CANCELLED
$.001311 per kWh Securitization Charge BY
U-6300,U-12505
ORDER ____________________
$.000424 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge
RL
REMOVED BY_______________
General Terms and Surcharges: 12-01-05
DATE _____________________

_ This rate is subject to all general terms and cofiditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No. E-Z00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such . "
• average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and ldlowatt-hours during the billing period-
The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor.for the billing
period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the averagepower factor during the billing period is above .899 or-
below .800, the price per kwh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand, reduced by the price per kwh for the excess,
shall be adjusted as follows: ¢" ':

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour Ch_ge
and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the.,
prescribed minimum charge included in the rate. _'_

(b) If.the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour Charge
and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be _creased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power.
factor during the billing period. This penalty shall not be used when billing is based on the minimum charge included in .the
rate.

The above adjustments shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits.


(Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00)

Issued December 22, 2004 by Effective for bills rendered on


Michigan
PublicService
J. G. Russell, Commission and after January 3, 2005

President, Electric and Gas, ] ]

Jackson, Michigan I] •January 12, 20051 Michigan Public


Issued under Serviceof Commission,
authority the
Filed (_ _ e2, dated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001
in Case No. U-12505 and dated November 23, 2004
in Case Nos. U-13720 and U-14098
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Twelfth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eleventh Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.10)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $. 020065 per kWh $(.016735) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $ .000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $ .001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.043500 per kWh $ .043500 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $. 065565 per kWh $ .028765 per kWh for the excess

Sccuritization Charges:

$.001311 per kWh Securitization Charge


$.000424 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing period.
The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor for the billing
period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing period is above .899 or
below .800, the price per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand, reduced by the price per kWh for the excess,
shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour Charge
and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the
prescribed minimum charge included in the rate.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the sum of the lust 1flocktotal Kilowatt-hour Charge
and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power
factor during the billing period. This penalty shall not be used when billing is based on the minimum charge included in the
rate.

The above adjustments shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00)

Issued November 30, 2004 by Effective for bills rendered on


Michigan
PublicService
J. G. Russell, Commission and after December I, 2004
President, Electric and Gas, I

:,_-o,
....:-,,--i=o. ....... I December 14, 2004 Issued
under
authority ofthe
I
! _l_[l_E_j
IIR_R / _,'_'_/_,9_Lz...t.j/_
By _._- [:2 _-_)_
I rf_,,"_, . Filed _tQ _ 1_ Michigan
dated Public 23,
in CaseNovember
Service
No. U-12505 2004 Commission
i

- 05
i
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Eleventh Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
(To change "Base Rate Adjustment" to "PSCR Factor")

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.10)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes PSCR Factor): $.020082 per kWh $(.016718) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $ .000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $ .001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.043500 per kWh $ .043500 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.065582 per kWh $ .028782 per kWh for the excess

Securitization Charges:
$.001299 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000419 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing
period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor for
the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing period is
above .899 or below .800, the price per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand, reduced by the price per kWh
for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour
Charge and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to
reduce the prescribed minimum charge included in the rate.

Co) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour
Charge and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average
power factor during the billing period. This penalty shall not be used when billing is based on the minimum charge
included in the rate.

The above adjustments shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00)

Issued December 19, 2003 by Effective January 2004 Billing Month


J. G. Russell,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
dated October 18, 1983 in Case No. 13-7511,
OAi',.FJELLED
BY dated February 11, 1998
ORDER [,,1 _ I'_,_([_)_ " i. _'Lh j; _ j_'Lti inCaseNos. U-11290andU-11453
S! _, ',_' :._,,-d '_ :_;0_, i and for self implementing in Case No. U-13917

REMOVEDBY L/---- ; J
dAN16 2004 i
DATE 1. "2..- _ _ I-I -- 0 C/ , J
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.10)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.020082 per kWh $(.016718) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $ .000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $ .001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.043500 per kWh $ .043500 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.065582 per kWh $ .028782 per kWh for the excess

Securitization Charges:

$. 001299 per kWh Securitization Charge


$.000419 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing
period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor for
the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever_the average power factor during the billing period is
above .899 or below .800, the price per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand, reduced by the price per kWh
for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour
Charge and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to
reduce the prescribed minimum charge included in the rate.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour
Charge and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer% average
power factor during the billing period. This penalty shall not be used when billing is based on the minimum charge
included in the rate.

The above adjustments shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00)

Issued December 2, 2003 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, and after December 2, 2003
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
._j_.t" ' Michigan Public Service Commission

_,tl]_li(3_ PLIBLIC in Case No. U-12505


, _%_ _ -_-'_'_
Or_ /U"_ SERVIL'[ CO%,MISSION dated November 25, 2003

.,_,q%?o_J-"-- 0-." / \
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

- GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.10)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.020054 per kWh $(.016746) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $ .000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $ .001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.043500 per kWh $ .043500 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.065554 per kWh $ .028754 per kWh for the excess

Securitization Charges:
$.001328 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000418 per kwh Securitization Tax Charge

General Terms and Surcharges:

TbAsrate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing
period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor for
the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing period is
above .899 or below .800, the price per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand, reduced by the price per kWh
for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour
Charge and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to
reduce the prescribed minimum charge included in the rate.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour
Charge and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be increased by the ratio, that .800 bears to the customer's average
power factor during the billing period. This penalty shall not be used when billing is based on the minimum charge
included in the rate.

The above adjustments shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits.

I CANCELLEDBY
i ORDER k-) -"_'"_°_ --

REMOVED[3y.__ _ (Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00)


Issued November 22, 2002 by ] Effective for bills rendered on
J. G. Russell, l
President and Chief Executive Officer- Elt[_fflT_ _'" _" _)_ and after December 3, 2002
Jackson, Michigan .... I L : Issued under authority of the
_ Michigan Public Service Commission
dated November 7, 2002
MICHIGANPUBLIC in Case No. U-12505
SERVICECOMMISSION

MAR1 7 2003

FILEI_ I I t_
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
(To reflect rate unbundling)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.10)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Kilowatt-hour Charge for Primary Service:


For the First 100 Hours'
Use of Maximum Demand
Or 30,000 kW, Whichever
is Greater For the Excess
Generation Charge (Excludes Base Rate Adjustment): $.020123 per kWh $(.016677) per kWh for the excess
Transmission Charge: $.000900 per kWh $ .000900 per kWh for the excess
Distribution Charge: $.001000 per kWh $ .001000 per kWh for the excess
Customer Related Charge: $.000100 per kWh $ .000100 per kWh for the excess
Regulatory Adjustment Charge: $.043500 per kWh $ .043500 per kWh for the excess

Total Kilowatt-hour Charge: $.065623 per kWh $ .028823 per kWh for the excess

Securitization Charges:

$.001427 per kWh Securitization Charge


$.000250 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing
i This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor for
the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing period is
above .899 or below .800, the price per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand, reduced by the price per kWh
for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour
Charge and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to
reduce the prescribed minimum charge included in the rate.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the sum of the first block total Kilowatt-hour
Charge and Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average
power factor during the billing period. This penalty shall not be used when billing Ii.sbased on the minimum charge
included in the rate.
t CANCELLED
BY ..... --.,a
The above adjustments shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits. _t_l_+
! ORDER U_ !-(

l REMOVED
BY (_t"

['[ -'b
DATE,.._.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00)

Issued June 4, 2002 by -_i'i


/ _ ,_-. :_i_\ Effective for service rendered on
J. G. Russell, _'\_ _ __ C,_ and after May l7, 2002
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, /_ " _\

% Michigan Public Service Commission


Ilk Jacks on, Michigan _?_ _ _00_-_--]___ dated May
Issued under16,authority
2002 of the

_c__ in Case No. U-12970


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
(To reflect Securitization)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Energy Charge:
For service at primary voltage level:

$. 065623 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.028823 per kWh for the excess

For service at subtransmission voltage level:

$.064023 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.028823 per kWh for the excess

For service at transmission voltage level:

$.061123 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.028823 per kWh for the excess

Seeuritization Charges:

$.001427 per kWh Securitization Charge


$.000250 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No.
E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing
period. The calculated ratio of lagging ldlovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor
for the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing
period is above .899 or below .800, the price per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand, reduced by the
price per kWh for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the sum of the first block Energy Charge and
Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the
prescribed minimum charge included in the rate.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the sum of the first block Energy Charge and
Securitization Charges, as adjusted, shall be increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power
factor during the billing period. This penalty shall not be used when billing is based on_
included in the rate.

The above adjustments shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00) w

Issued November 14, 2001 by _ Effective for bills rendered on

President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,


J. G. Russell, __L_;/_ and after November 30, 2001
Jackson, Michigan /._" _\ Issued under authority of the
[_- _\Miehigan Public Service Commission
[_ N 0_ 20 _ _ _ _._ _lated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001

in Case No. U-12505


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
To revise Company name)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Energy Charge:

For service at primary voltage level:

$.0673 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.0305 per kWh for the excess

For service at subtransmission voltage level:

$.0657 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.0305 per kWh for the excess

For service at transmission voltage level:

$.0628 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.0305 per kWh for the excess

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet
No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period.
Such average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours dtifing the
billing period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average
power factor for the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during
the billing period is above .899 or below .800, the price per kwh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand,
reduced by the price per kwh for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the first block energy charge, as adjusted,
shall be reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the prescribed minimum charge included
in the rate.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the first block energy charge, as adjusted,
shall be increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power factor during the billing period.
This penalty shall not be used when billing is based on the minimum charge included in the rate.

The above adjustments shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits.

__n Sheet No. E-60.00)_......_

President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, _ Issued under authority of the
D.ISsued
bYw.JMay
Jackson, oos, 14, 1998
Michigan ___0_._
__.,2.-._r_...,.._._.),., / Effective: Pubfie
Michigan May 14' 1998 Commission
Service
dated March 24, 1981

7o , - _ r_a 8--i
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
To revise the Energy Charge)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Energy Charge:

For service at primary voltage level:

$.0673 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.0305 per kWh for the excess

For service at subtransmission voltage level:

$.0657 per kwh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.0305 per kwh for the excess

For service at transmission voltage level:

$.0628 per kwh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.0305 per kwh for the excess

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet
No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period.
Such average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the
billing period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average
power factor for the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during
the billing period is above .899 or below .800, the price per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand,
reduced by the price per kWh for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the first block energy charge, as adjusted,
shall be reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the prescribed minimum charge included
in the rate.

Co) If the average power factor during the billing period is charge, as adjusted,
shall be increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the factor during the billing period.
This penalty shall not be used when billing is in the rate.

The above adjustments shall not apply to

on Sheet No. E-60.00) •


Issued November 25, 1996 by \,_ Effective for service rendered on
R. P. Lefere, Jr., _ and after December 1, 1996
Vice President of Electric Marketing and Pricing,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated February 5, 1996
in Case No. U-10685
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
To revise the Energy Charge)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE ;I-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Energy Charge:

For service at primary voltage level:

$.0715 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.0305 per kWh for the excess

For service at subtransmission voltage level:

$.0700 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.0305 per kwh for the excess

For service at transnaission voltage level:

$.0670 per kwh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.0305 per kwh for the excess

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet
No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period.
Such average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the
billing period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average
power factor for the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during
the billing period is above .899 or below .800, the price per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand,
reduced by the price per kWh for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the first block energy charge, as adjusted,
shall be reduced by 2 %. This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the prescribed minimum charge included
in the rate.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the first block.energy charge, as adjusted,
shall be increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power factor during the billing period.
This penalty shall not be used when billing is based on the minimum charge included in the rate.

The above adjustrnents shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits.

.- ' (Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00)


Issued February 14, 1996 by _.._'" Effective for service rendered on

R.
ViceP. President
Lefere, Jr.,Electric._kefin_S ";_
n_t_ _ _'_ and after February 6, 1996
• .of /__/e_
• ._ ,_- , _._:, _ _ _._
Jackson, Michigan -\x'__3 ,/If/1 _ - '_/'_H _,R_:_ Issued under authority of the
.... C _ .... ,_ _."t, Michigan Public Service Commission
{_]_ ¢'_'O \J _ , /;-(_"_ " "_A dated February 5, 1996

",,.t
_'_'._"_0 _._,.._:,. ' _ J_Oo_ _ in Case No. U-10685
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-b'9.00
Consumers Power Company _ Second Revised Sheet NO. E-$9.00
To revise the rate)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J=l


(Continued From Sheet NO. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Energy Charge..

For service at primary voltage level:

$.0730 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of n_dmum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.0305 per kWh for the excess

For service at subtransmission voltage level:

$.0715 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
$.0305 per kWh for the excess

For service at tnmsmission voltage level:

$.0686 per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever it greater
$. 0505 per kWh for the excess

GeneralTermsandSurcharges:

rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet
No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires • d_..rminafion of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period.
Such average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the
billing period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then he converted to the average
power factor for the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during
the bilfing period is above .899 or below ,800, the price per kwh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand,
reduced by the price per kWh for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the first block energy charge, as adjusted,
shall be reduced by 2%. _ credit shall not in any case he used to reduce the prescribed minimum charge included
in the rate.

Co) If the average power factor during the billing period is leu than .800, the first block energy charge, as adjnsted,
shall be increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power factor during the billing period.
This penalty shall not be used when bUling is based on the minimum charge included in the rate.

The above adj_ shall not apply to Surcharge• and Credits "

._:-_
i ,_ ntlnuedon SheetNO.E-60.00)
[ssued June 6, 1994 by ...... _ Effective for service rendered on
M. G. Morro, _
t¢,._'_k3 and after May 11, 1994
President & Chief Executive Officer, ' _- \'_'_ _
Jackson, Michigan __ _ ('_ IY ._[uued'under authority of the
_S_ _Z_,,Mk_higan Public Service Commiuio.
O_.-"_/_" &ttedMay 10, 1994
M.P.S.C. No, 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels First Revised _eet No. E-$9.00
(To remove Nuclear Decommi_n_,__ Surrlmrge)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From _leet No. E-SS.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Applicableto customerswho have demonstratedmonthlymaximumdemandsof 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive months.

_y Charge:
For service at prlmAryvoltage level:

6.98¢ per kWh for the first I00 hours' use of maximumdemandor 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
3.05¢ per kWh for the excess

For service at subtransmissinnvoltage level:

6.76¢ per kWh for the first I00 hours' use of maximumdemandor 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
3.05¢ per kWh for the excess

For service at transmissionvoltage level:

6.45¢ per kWh for the first I00 hours' use of maximumdemandor 30,000 kW, whichaver is greater
3.05¢ per kWh for the excess

Terms and Surrh-qrges:

This rate is subjectto all generalterms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-I.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjus/ment for Power Factor:.

This rate requiresa determinationof the averagepower factormaintainedby the customerduringthe billin_period. Such averagepower
factor shall be determinedthroughmeteringof lagging kilovar-hoursand kllowatt-houraduringthe bili;n_,period. The calculatedratiO
of lagging kllovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor for the bill;nz period by using the
appropriateconversion factor. Whenever the averagepower factor duringthe billinL'period is above .899 or below .800, the priceper
kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximumdemand, reducedby the price per kWh for the excess, shall be adjustedas follows:

(a) If the average power factor duringthe billing period is .900 or higher, the firstblock energy charge, as adjusted,shall be reduced
by 2_. This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the prescribedrain;mum charge includedin the rate.

(b) If the averagepower factorduringthe billin_ period is less than .800, the firstblock energy charge, as adjusted,_n|! be inercased
by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power factor during the billin_ period.

The above adjnstmenteshall not apply to Surchargesand Credits. _\

/(Co-_-_d onS_eetNo. E-60.00)


Issued December 16, 1991 by Effectlve.for se_rvicarenderedon
F. W. Buckman, _._an_-after December 1, 1991
President& Chief OperatingOfficer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan PublicServiceCommission
datedNovember20, 1991
in Case No. U-9668
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-59.00
(To revise rates)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Energy Charge:

For service at primary voltage level:

6.98¢per kWh for the first 100hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000kW, whichever is greater
3.05¢ per kWh for the excess
For service at subtransmission voltage level:

6.76¢per kWh for the first 100hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000kW, whichever is greater
3.05¢ per kWh for the excess

For service at transmission voltage level:

6.45¢per kWh for the first 100hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
3.05¢ per kWh for the excess

Nuclear Decommissioning Surcharge:

.0382¢per kWh for all kWh

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. F_,-1.00,and surcharges shown on Sheet
No. E-2.00..

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing
period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be convened to the average power factor
for the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing
period is above .899 or below .800, the price per kWh for the first 100hours' use of maximum demand, reduced by the price
per kWh for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) Ifthe average power factor during the billing period is.900 or higher, the firstblock energy charge, as adjusted, shall be
reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any casebe used to reduce the prescribed minimum charge included in the rate.

(b) If the average power factor during the billing period is lessthan .800,the first block energy charge, as adjusted, shall be
increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power factor during the billing period.

The above adjustments shall not apply to Sur_d Credits. , _ \

_ _ / ' (Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00)


Issued July 17, 1991 by \ 0_)_ / .......
'_ Effective for service rendered on
F. W. Buekman, \ ..,,t _3"_ L_._ and after July 2, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer, '_,
__.//_._----'_'-
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated July 1, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
M.P,S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-59.00
Consumers Power Company

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-58.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Applicable to customers who have demonstrated monthly maximum demands of 30,000 kW or greater for 12 consecutive
months.

Energy Charge:

For service at primary voltage level:

6.98¢ per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
3.20¢ per kWh for the excess

For service at subtransmission voltage level:

6.76¢ per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
3.20¢ per kWh for the excess

For service at transmission voltage level:

6.45¢ per kWh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand or 30,000 kW, whichever is greater
3.20¢ per kWh for the excess

Nuclear Decommissioning Surcharge:

.0382¢ per kwh for all kWh

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet
No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

This rate requires a determination of the average power factor maintained by the customer during the billing period. Such
average power factor shall be determined through metering of lagging kilovar-hours and kilowatt-hours during the billing
period. The calculated ratio of lagging kilovar-hours to kilowatt-hours shall then be converted to the average power factor
for the billing period by using the appropriate conversion factor. Whenever the average power factor during the billing
period is above .899 or below .800, the price per kwh for the first 100 hours' use of maximum demand, reduced by the price
per kWh for the excess, shall be adjusted as follows:

(a) If the average power factor during the billing period is .900 or higher, the first block energy charge, as adjusted, shall be
reduced by 2%. This credit shall not in any case be used to reduce the prescribed minimum charge included in the rate.

0a) If the average power factor during the billing period is less than .800, the first block energy charge, as adjusted, shall be
increased by the ratio that .800 bears to the customer's average power factor during the billing period.

The above adjustments shall not apply to Surcharges and Credits.

I .

I!
_ __ (Continued on Sheet No. E-60.00)
issued
May 28,1991by "_,-_.L
L_" " _ _ Effectiveforservicerenderedon

President & ChiefOperatiri_icer,


F. W. Buckman, _ _E_ / , _(30-_
_ _,_ and after May 8, 1991
Jackson, Michigan \" xx\\_ "_ Issued under authority of the

\ '_
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated May 7, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
(To add Net Metering Program
and to reformat page)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-59.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership credit
may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Net Metering Program:


The Net Metering Program is available to any eligible customer as described in Rule B20, Net Metering Program, who
desires to generate a portion or all of their own retail electricity requirements using a renewable energy source as set forth
in Public Act 141.

A customer who participates in the Net Metering Program is subject to the provisions contained in Rule B20, Net Metering
Program.

Renewable Resources Program (RRP):

Customer contracts for participation in the RRP shall be available to any eligible customer as described in Rule B19,
Renewable Resources Program, who desires to participate in the RRP. In addition to the prices under this rate schedule, a
customer who has agreed to participate in the RRP shall elect one of the following payment options:

Payment Option 1
The customer may pay a $0.01667 per kWh renewable resources premium applicable to an amount equal to 100% of the
customer's total monthly energy consumed.

Payment Option 2
The customer may purchase RRP Participation Certificates in the amount of $2.50 per certificate per month. Each
certificate shall represent 150 kWh of renewable electric energy procured by the Company in the RRP. Customers may
purchase any number of RRP Certificates. In the event the amount of energy represented in the customer's RRP
Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the billing period, no reconciliation shall be
made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the customer's selected RRP Participation
Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive billing periods, the customer may modify
the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. E-60.10)

Issued June 16, 2005 by Effective July 2005 Billing Month


J. G. Russell, Michigan Public Service
President, Electric and Gas, Commission Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
August 29, 2005
#Dproved dated March 29, 2005
in Case No. U-14346
Filed ________ ____
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
(To add Renewable Resources Program,
to remove Green Power Pilot Program and to reformat page)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-59.00)
CANCELLED
BY
Monthly Rate: (Contd) U-14346
ORDER ____________________

Maximum Demand: JKB


REMOVED BY_______________

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month. DATE 08-29-05
_____________________

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership credit
may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Renewable Resources Program (RRP):

Customer contracts for participation in the RRP shall be available to any eligible customer as described in Rule B19,
Renewable Resources Program, who desires to participate in the RRP. In addition to the prices under this rate schedule, a
customer who has agreed to participate in the RRP shall elect one of the following payment options:

Payment Option 1
The customer may pay a $0.01667 per kWh renewable resources premium applicable to an amount equal to 100% of the
customer's total monthly energy consumed.

Payment Option 2
The customer may purchase RRP Participation Certificates in the amount of $2.50 per certificate per month. Each certificate
shall represent 150 kWh of renewable electric energy procured by the Company in the RRP. Customers may purchase any
number of RRP Certificates. In the event the amount of energy represented in the customer's RRP Participation Certificates
exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the billing period, no reconciliation shall be made on the customer's
billing. If the amount of energy represented by the customer's selected RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's
actual kWh consumption for three consecutive billing periods, the customer may modify the number of RRP Participation
Certificates selected.

Payment Option 3
Customers who purchase 100 or more RRP Participation Certificates a month may purchase certificates for $2.00 per
certificate per month. The 100 block minimum must be applied to the customer's single billing account. To qualify for the
discounted certificate price, the number of certificates (totaling a minimum of 100) to be billed against the customer's billing
account must be specified in advance by the customer in a written agreement. In order to maximize the number of customers
eligible to participate in the RRP, the Company may limit the number of RRP Participation Certificates available for the
discounted premium to 25% of the total renewable electric energy procured for the RRP. In the event the amount of energy
represented in the customer's RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the billing
period, no reconciliation shall be made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the customer's
selected RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive billing periods,
the customer may modify the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected, but the number shall not be less than 100
RRP Participation Certificates per month.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-60.10)

Issued May 11, 2005 by Michigan Public Service Effective October 2005 Billing Month
J. G. Russell, Commission
President, Electric and Gas, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan May 24, 2005
#Dproved Michigan Public Service Commission
dated April 28, 2005
Filed ________ ____ in Case No. U-14471
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -Electric -- Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
(To change "Base Rate Adjustment" to
"Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor")

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-59.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)


Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership credit
may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Green Power Pilot Program:

This program is available to any customer currently taking service under this rate schedule who desires to purchase
electricity generated by new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources. In addition to the charges under this
tariff, there will be a combined Green Surcharge and Administrative Fee per kWh based on the level of participation
selected by the customer as follows:
100% of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.032 per kWh
50% of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.016 per kWh
10% of totalmonthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.0032 per kWh
100% of monthly energy nominated by the customer purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based,
renewable resources $.032 per kWh

The above charges apply to all of the energy used during the billing period.

Any customer who participates in this program is subject to the provisions contained in Rule D7.1., Green Power Pilot
Program Availability and Terms of Service. Service under this program shall require a written contract with a minimum
term of one year.

Power Supply Cost Recovery (PSCR) Factor:

This rate is subject to the PSCR Factor shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:
The monthly minimum charge shall be equal to the sum of the initial block total Kilowatt-hour Charge and Seeuritization
Charges times 25 hours' use of the billed maximum demand in the current month plus the customer charge included in the
rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-61.00)

Issued December 19, 2003 by Effective January 2004 Billing Month


J. G. Russell,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan qlb' _N,_Clichigan Public Service Commission
dated October 18, 1983 in Case No. U-7511,
CANCELLED dated February 11, 1998
BY _?I_HII_, PIJ_LIC in Case Nos. U-11290 and U-11453
U-14471
ORDER ____________________
SF_vlC[ CO_,5._tfl_ and for self implementing in Case No. U-13917
i
JKB
REMOVED BY_______________
05-24-05
DATE _____________________
,, ,JAN1 6 __2004 1
k
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
(To reflect rate unbundling)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-59.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)


Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership
credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Green Power Pilot Program:

This program is available to any customer currently taking service under this rate schedule who desires to purchase
electricity generated by new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources. In addition to the charges under
this tariff, there will be a combined Green Surcharge and Administrative Fee per kWh based on the level of
participation selected by the customer as follows:
100% of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.032 per kWh
50% of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.016 per kWh
10% of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.0032 per kWh
100%of monthly energy nominated by the customer purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based,
renewable resources $.032 per kWh

The above charges apply to all of the energy used during the billing period.

Any customer who participates in this program is subject to the provisions contained in Rule D7.1., Green Power Pilot
Program Availability and Terms of Service. Service under this program shall require a written contract with a minimum
term of one year.

Base Rate Adjustment:

This rate is subject to the Base Rate Adjustment shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The monthly minimum charge shall be equal to the sum of the initial block total Kilowatt-hour Charge and Securitization
Charges times 25 hours' use of the billed maximum demand in the current month plus the customer charge included in the
rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:


The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

cARCELLED
g / .,t,- -

- ' -r

DATE_
(Continued on Sheet No. E-61.00)

Issued June 4, 2002 by _, "_"_:>_ Effective for service rendered on


" ,f . • ,%,',.7._"
v t_.,_,_
J. G. Russell, A_ _\_-_:O and after May 17, 2002

President Michigan
Jackson, and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, {_ _\ Issued under authority of the
I _" _P_
_{_ | o') Michigan Public Service Commission
U_ _ _[_0_ _i dated May l6, 2002

__7 in Case No. U-12970


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
(To reflect Securitization)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-59.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)


Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership
credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Green Power Pilot Program:

This program is available to any customer currently taking service under this rate schedule who desires to purchase
electricity generated by new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources. In addition to the charges under
this tariff, there will be a combined Green Surcharge and Administrative Fee per kWh based on the level of
participation selected by the customer as follows:
100% of total monthly energypurchasedfrom new, zero-emission,Michigan-based, renewableresources $.032 per kWh
50% of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.016 per kWh
10% of total monthly energy purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.0032 per kWh
100% of monthly energy nominated by the customer purchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based,
renewableresources $.032 per kWh

The above charges apply to all of the energy used during the billing period.

Any customer who participates in this program is subject to the provisions contained in Rule D7.1., Green Power
Pilot Program Availability and Terms of Service. Service under this program shall require a written contract with a
minimum term of one year.

Base Rate Adjustment:

This rate is subject to the Base Rate Adjustment shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The monthly minimum charge shall be equal to the sum of the initial block Energy Charge and Securitization
Charges times 25 hours' use of the billed maximum demand in the current month plus the customer charge included in
the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the
unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

(Continued on Sheet

Issued November 14, 2001 by _ Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, _ S "_:_V/f_ and after November 30, 2001
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan /_ _Issued under authority of the
[,_7," _lichigan Public Service Commission
[_ tdf'l _l 9figl'lfl 1 _-t_lated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001

n Case No. U-12505


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
(To add Green Power Pilot Program)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-59.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)


Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month.

Substation Ownership Credit:


Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership credit
may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Green Power Pilot Program:


This program is available to any customer currently taking service under this rate schedule who desires to purchase
electricity generated by new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources. In addition to the charges under
this tariff, there will be a combined Green Surcharge and Administrative Fee per kWh based on the level of
participation selected by the customer as follows:
100% of total monthly energy purchasedfrom new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.032 per kWh
50% of total monthly energy purchasedfrom new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.016 per kWh
10% of total monthly energy purchasedfrom new, zero-emission, Michigan-based, renewable resources $.0032 per kWh
100_ of monthlyenergy nominated by the cuswmerpurchased from new, zero-emission, Michigan-based,
renewable resources $.032 per kWh

The above charges apply to all of the energy used during the billing period.
Any customer who participates in this program is subject to the provisions contained in Rule D T.1, Green Power Pilot
Program Availability and Terms of Service. Service under this program shall require a written contract with a
minimum term ofone year.

Base Rate Adjustment:

This rate is subject to the Base Rate Adjustment shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:
The monthly minimum charge shall be equal to the initial block energy charge times 25 hours' use of the billed
maximum demand in the current month plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:


The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

CANCELLEDBYORDER
IN CASENO. U_,,_o
_
t""
JAN 0 2001

(Continued on Sl tee'_"Nb'7"E%_O0)
REMOVED
BY _/_
Issued August 24, 2001 by Effective for service rendered on
D. W. Joos, and after July 25, 2001
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated July 25, 2001
in Case No. U-13029
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. Eqi0.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
Fo revise the Term and Form of Contract provision)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


' (Continued From Sheet No. E-59.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership
credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Base Rate Adjustment:

This rate is subject to the Base Rate Adjustment shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The monthly minimum charge shall be equal to the initial block energy charge times 25 hours' use of the billed
maximum demand in the current month plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the
unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be assessedto any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with
a minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require
a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service
unless new or additional facilities are required.

The Company may offer individual contract service pursuantto the provisions of this rate schedule at rates less than those
provided above but not less than variable cost plus all mandatory charges imposed under General Service Direct Access
Rate DA for those customers who have a maximum demand of 2,000 kW or more and are served at the transmission or
subtransmission voltage level. An existing or future customer of another Michigan electric utility is not eligible to receive
individual contract service. Any existing or future customer of another Michigan utility who switches service to Consumers
Energy shall not be eligible to receive individual contract service for a period of three years from the date such customer
switches service to Consumers Energy. The contracts shall be filed with the Commission for review and approval.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-61.00)


Issued May 14, 1998 by Effective: December 4, 1996
D. W. Joos,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the

April 10, 1997 and May 22, 1997


dated November 14, 1996,Commission
Jackson, Michigan ___ Michigan Public Service

JUL 2001 _--_ , _'_f-'_ inandCaseu.10787Nos.


U-10685, U40754
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
(To replace "PSCR" with "Base Rate Adjustment")

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-59.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership
credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit..

Base Rate Adjustment:

This rate is subject to the Base Rate Adjustment shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The monthly minimum charge shall be equal to the initial block energy charge times 25 hours' use of the billed
maximum demand in the current month plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the
unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill Which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with
a minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require
a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service
unless new or additional facilities are required.

ued on Sheet No. E-61.00)


Issued February 25, 1998 by Effective January 1, 1998
D. W. Joos,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
dated February U, 1998
in Case Nos. U-11290 and U-U453
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
(To revise the Due Date and Late Payment Charge
provision to comply with Rule D1.5)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-59.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shaU be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month.

Substation Ownership Credit:

• Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership
credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Power Supply Cost Recovery: •

This rate is subject to the Company's Power Supply Cost Recovery Factors shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The monthly minimum charge shall be equal to the initial block energy charge times 25 hours' use of the billed
maximum demand in the current month plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the
unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with
a minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require
a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service
unless new or additional facilities are required.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-61.00)


Issued May 10, 1996 by Effective for service rendered on
R. P. Lefere, Jr., and after May 10, 1996
Vice President of Electric Marketing and Pricing,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated April 10, 1996
in Case No. U-10661

/
/
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - F_Jeetrk F'n'st Revised Sheet No. E-60.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Original Sheet NO. E-_.00
To revise Term and Form of Contract)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE _'J._'X2TRICMETAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-$9.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month.

SubstationOwnershipCredit:
Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, • substation ownership
credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Power Supply Cost Recovery:

This rate is subject to the Company's Power Supply Cost Recovery Factors shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

YmlmumCharge:

The monthly minimum charge shall be equtl to the initial block energy charge times 25 hours' use of the billed
maximum demand in the current month plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the
unpaid balance outstanding, net of taxes, shall be mud to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date
shown thereon.

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monody deman_ of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with
• minimum term of one year.

For customerswithmonthlydemands oflessthan300kW, service


underthisratemay, attheCompany "soption,
require
a written
contractwitha minimum termof oneyear.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after in_g service
unless new or additional facilities are required.

... rj /

oo No.
Issued June 6, 1994 by '_'_"--k_'/ Effective for service rendered on

President & Chief Executive Officer,


M. G. Morris, ___'_,_ and after May 11, 1994
Jack|onMichigan A¢."_ _ _ _ hsued under authority of the
_ _,_ _ _!| Michigan Public Service Commission
_I:_z__22 _._ dated May 10, 1994

-__: //"
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-60.00
Consumers Power Company

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-59.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute demand created during the current month.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation ownership credit may
be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Power Supply Cost Recovery:

This rate is subject to the Company's Power Supply Cost Recovery Factors shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The monthly minimum charge shall be equal to the initial block energy charge times 25 hours' use of the billed maximum
demand in the current month plus the customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance outstanding, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Term and Form of Contract:

All service under this rate shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

(Con ttnued-oli" sheet No. E.61.00)

Issued May 28, 1991 by Effective for service rendered on


F. W. Buckman, and after May 8, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated May 7, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-60.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. E-60.10
(To revise and reformat rate)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING PRIMARY RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-60.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Renewable Resources Program (RRP): (Contd)

Payment Option 3

Customers who purchase 100 or more RRP Participation Certificates a month may purchase certificates for $2.00 per
certificate per month. The 100 block minimum must be applied to the customer's single billing account. To qualify for the
discounted certificate price, the number of certificates (totaling a minimum of 100) to be billed against the customer's billing
account must be specified in advance by the customer in a written agreement. In order to maximize the number of
customers eligible to participate in the RRP, the Company may limit the number of RRP Participation Certificates available
for the discounted premium to 25% of the total renewable electric energy procured for the RRP. In the event the amount of
energy represented in the customer's RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the
billing period, no reconciliation shall be made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the
customer's selected RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive
billing periods, the customer may modify the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected, but the number shall not
be less than 100 RRP Participation Certificates per month.

Proceeds from the renewable resources premium as described in Payment Option 1 and proceeds from the RRP Certificates
as described in Payment Options 2 and 3 shall be used solely for the RRP as set forth in Rule B19.

A customer who participates in the RRP is subject to the provisions contained in Rule B19, Renewable Resources Program.

Service under the RRP shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year and a maximum term of ten years.

Minimum Charge:

The monthly minimum charge shall be equal to the sum of the initial block total of the Energy Charge, Distribution Charge,
and Securitization Charges times 25 hours' use of the billed maximum demand in the current month plus the customer charge
included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

CANCELLED
BY
U-15433
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
11-09-07
DATE _____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. E-61.00)

Issued January 12, 2006 by Michigan Public Service Effective for service rendered on
J. G. Russell, Commission and after January 11, 2006
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan
January 23, 2006 Issued under authority of the
Filed _______________ Michigan Public Service Commission
dated December 22, 2005 and January 10, 2006
in Case No. U-14347
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-60.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-60.10
(To reformat page)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-60.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Renewable Resources Program (RRP): (Contd)

Payment Option 3
Customers who purchase 100 or more RRP Participation Certificates a month may purchase certificates for $2.00 per
certificate per month. The 100 block minimum must be applied to the customer's single billing account. To qualify for the
discounted certificate price, the number of certificates (totaling a minimum of 100) to be billed against the customer's billing
account must be specified in advance by the customer in a written agreement. In order to maximize the number of
customers eligible to participate in the RRP, the Company may limit the number of RRP Participation Certificates available
for the discounted premium to 25% of the total renewable electric energy procured for the RRP. In the event the amount of
energy represented in the customer's RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the
billing period, no reconciliation shall be made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the
customer's selected RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive
billing periods, the customer may modify the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected, but the number shall not
be less than 100 RRP Participation Certificates per month.

Proceeds from the renewable resources premium as described in Payment Option 1 and proceeds from the RRP Certificates
as described in Payment Options 2 and 3 shall be used solely for the RRP as set forth in Rule B19.

A customer who participates in the RRP is subject to the provisions contained in Rule B19, Renewable Resources Program.

Service under the RRP shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year and a maximum term of ten years.

Power Supply Cost Recovery (PSCR) Factor:

This rate is subject to the PSCR Factor shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The monthly minimum charge shall be equal to the sum of the initial block total Kilowatt-hour Charge and Securitization
Charges times 25 hours' use of the billed maximum demand in the current month plus the customer charge included in the
rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________ (Continued on Sheet No. E-61.00)

Issued June 16, 2005 by Effective July 2005 Billing Month


J. G. Russell, Michigan Public Service
President, Electric and Gas, Commission Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
August 29, 2005
#Dproved dated March 29, 2005
in Case No. U-14346
Filed ________ ____
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Original Sheet No. E-60.10
Consumers Energy Company
(To add Renewable Resources Program
and to reformat page)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-60.00)

Monthly Rate: (Contd)

Renewable Resources Program (RRP): (Contd)

Proceeds from the renewable resources premium as described in Payment Option 1 and proceeds from the RRP Certificates
as described in Payment Options 2 and 3 shall be used solely for the RRP as set forth in Rule B19.

A customer who participates in the RRP is subject to the provisions contained in Rule B19, Renewable Resources Program.

Service under the RRP shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year and a maximum term of ten years.

Power Supply Cost Recovery (PSCR) Factor:

This rate is subject to the PSCR Factor shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The monthly minimum charge shall be equal to the sum of the initial block total Kilowatt-hour Charge and Securitization
Charges times 25 hours' use of the billed maximum demand in the current month plus the customer charge included in the
rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14346
ORDER ____________________

JKB
REMOVED BY_______________
08-29-05
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. E-61.00)

Issued May 11, 2005 by Effective October 2005 Billing Month


J. G. Russell, Michigan Public Service
Commission
President, Electric and Gas, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
May 24, 2005
#Dproved
dated April 28, 2005
in Case No. U-14471
Filed ________ ____
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-61.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-61.00
(To revise and reformat rate)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING PRIMARY RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-60.10)

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with a
minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require a
written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service unless
new or additional facilities are required.

CANCELLED
BY
U-15433
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
11-09-07
DATE _____________________

Issued January 12, 2006 by Michigan Public Service Effective for service rendered on
J. G. Russell, Commission and after January 11, 2006
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan January 23, 2006 Issued under authority of the
Filed _______________ Michigan Public Service Commission
dated December 22, 2005 and January 10, 2006
in Case No. U-14347
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-61.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-61.00
(To revise "Continued From" Sheet No.)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-60.10)

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with a
minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require a
written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service unless
new or additional facilities are required.

The Company may offer individual contract service pursuant to the provisions of this rate schedule at rates less than those
provided above but not less than variable cost plus all mandatory charges imposed under the applicable Retail Open Access
Service rate for those customers who have a maximum demand of 2,000 kW or more and are served at the transmission or
subtransmission voltage level. An existing or future customer of another Michigan electric utility is not eligible to receive
individual contract service. Any existing or future customer of another Michigan utility who switches service to Consumers
Energy shall not be eligible to receive individual contract service for a period of three years from the date such customer switches
service to Consumers Energy. The contracts shall be filed with the Commission for review and approval.

Definition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the transmission system or from the transmission system
through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for supplying
service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the subtransmission
system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for
supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary Service:

A primary service is that service supplied from the primary distribution system and that does not qualify as either a
transmission service or a subtransmission service.
CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________

Issued May 11, 2005 by Michigan Public Service Effective October 2005 Billing Month
J. G. Russell, Commission

President, Electric and Gas, Issued under authority of the


Jackson, Michigan May 24, 2005
#Dproved Michigan Public Service Commission
dated April 28, 2005
Filed ________ ____ in Case No. U-14471
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-61.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. E-61.00
(To revise the individual contract
service provision)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-60.00)

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with a
minimum term of one year.

For customers with monthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require a
written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service
unless new or additional facilities are required.

The Company may offer individual contract service pursuant to the provisions of this rate schedule at rates less than those
provided above but not less than variable cost plus all mandatory charges imposed under the applicable Retail Open Access
Service rate for those customers who have a maximum demand of 2,000 kW or more and are served at the transmission or
subtransmission voltage level. An existing or future customer of another Michigan electric utility is not eligible to receive
individual contract service. Any existing or future customer of another Michigan utility who switches service to Consumers
Energy shall not be eligible to receive individual contract service for a period of three years from the date such customer
switches service to Consumers Energy. The contracts shall be filed with the Commission for review and approval.

Definition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the transmission system or from the transmission
system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for
supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Suhtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that' service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the
subtransmission system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution
equipment for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary Service:

A primary service is that service supplied from the primary distribution system and that does not qualify as either a
transmission service or a subtransmission service.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14471
ORDER ____________________

REMOVED BY_______________JKB
05-24-05
DATE _____________________

Issued January 18, 2002 by Effective for service rendered on


J. G. Russell, and after January 1, 2002
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan f-_ ::'7_, Issued under authority of the
/I. _.'..",__L_::_.,',.._- .,,.
/_L_ _ _", =_ " 0_\ Michigan Public Service Commission
/J.e_ - _,.\ dated December 20, 2001
t_" :.L--C_ in Case No. U-12488

FEB O8 2u02
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-61.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels First Revised Sheet No. E-61.00
(To reformat page)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-60.00)

Term and Form of Contract:

For customers with monthly demands of 300 kW or more, all service under this rate shall require a written contract with a
minimum term of one year.

For customers with rnonthly demands of less than 300 kW, service under this rate may, at the Company's option, require a
written contract with a minimum term of one year.

A new contract will not be required for existing customers who increase their demand requirements after initiating service
unless new or additional facilities are required.

The Company may offer individual contract service pursuant to the provisions of this rate schedule at rates less than those
provided above but not less than variable cost plus all mandatory charges imposed under General Service Direct Access
Rate DA for those customers who have a maximum demand of 2,000 kW or more and are served at the transmission or
subtransmission voltage level. An existing or future customer of another Michigan electric utility is not eligible to receive
individual contract service. Any existing or future customer of another Michigan utility who switches service to Consumers
Energy shall not be eligible to receive individual contract service for a period of three years from the date such customer
switches service to Consumers Energy. The contracts shall be filed with the Commission for review and approval.

Definition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the transmission system or from the transmission
system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for
supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the
subtransmission system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution
equipment for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary Service:

A primary service is that service supplied from the primary distribution system and that does not qualify as either a
transmission service or a subtransmission service.

CANCELLEDBYORDER

DEC 2 0 7_OOl

REMOVED'BY _.'4_.
Issued August 24, 2001 by Effective_t6i =Si_rvicerendered o_/
_d
D. W. Joos, _ and after July 25, 2001

Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the


Michigan Public Service Commission
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, _., _. dated July 25, 2001

VS_............
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-61.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-61.00
re revise Company name)

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVEELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-60.00)

De£mition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Txansmissionservice is that service either supplied directlyfrom the _nsmission system or from the tra_mission system
through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for supplying
service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the
subtransmission system through a Company-ownedsubstation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution
equipment for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary Service:

A primary service is that service supplied from the primary distribution system and that does not qualify as either a
transmission service or a subtransmission service.

CANCELLEDBYORDER
INCASENO.U-i_-_o_

JUL 2 5 2001

REMOVED
BY__._::
D. W. Joos, ._"_,__'-
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, /_\_ _. "O_k _ Issued under authority of the

dated March 24, 1981


in Case No. U-6300

Jackson, Michigan __1 Michigan Public Service Commission


M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-61.00
Consumers Power Company

GENERAL SERVICE ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC METAL MELTING RATE J-1


(Continued From Sheet No. E-60.00)

Definition of Customer Voltage Level:


Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the transmission system or from the transmission system
through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for supplying
service is owned and maintained by the customer.
Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the subtrans-
mission system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment
for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.
Primary Service:

Aprimary serviceis that servicesupplied from the primary distribution system and that does not qualify as either a transmis-
sion service or a subtransmission service.

Issued May 28, 1991 by Effective for service rendered on


E W. Buckman, and after May 8, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated May 7, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-62.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. E-62.00
ro revise Company name)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions,this rate is availableto any generatinginstallationwhich employs cogenerafionor small power
production technology which meets the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's criteria for a Qualifying Facility,
Independent Power Producer or Exempt Wholesale Generator. The Company has the right to refuse to contract for the
purchase of energy should it be determined to adversely impact economic or reliable operation of the Company's electric
system.

Nature of Service:

All facilities operated in parallel with the Company's system must meet the Parallel Operation Requirements set forth in
Rule B10.6.C. The Company shall own, operate and maintain all metering devices; however, the operator shall be required
to pay for the cost of such equipment. Generation equipment for which standby service is being provided shall be metered
by meters furnished, installed and maintained by the Company. No refund shall be made for any operator contribution
required under this rate schedule.

Energy delivered to the Company shall be alternating current, 60-cycle, single- or three-phase, the particular voltage in
each case to J3edetermined by the Company.

The Company may discontinue purchases during system emergencies, maintenance and other operational circumstances.

Where the Company elects to measure the purchases/sales at a nominal voltage other than the Company's supply voltage,
adjustments to the demand and energy measurementsmay be made, for paymentpurposes, based on the Company's system
average transformation losses for the voltage levels being measured.

Monthly Purchase Price for Sales of Power to the Company:

Energy and capacity purchased by the Company shall be established through a competitive bid or as negotiated and
approved by the Michigan Public Service Commission.

An energy-only purchase by the Company under provision of this rate shall be computed in accordance with the Avoided
Energy Cost provision of this rate.

Rate A-1 or Rate B operators selling energy to the Company on or before July 16, 1987 from wind or solar powered
generating equipment may continue to sell energy to the Company at the rate of $.0300 per kWh delivered.

Administrative Cost Charge:

As negotiated for generation installations with a capacity of over 100 kW.

$.0010 per kwh purchased for generation installations with a capacity of 100 kW or less, except as noted below;

Rate A-1 or Rate B operators selling energy to the Company on or before July 16, 1987 from wind or solar powered
generating equipment shall pay a charge as follows:

Rate A-l: $.13 per day


Rate B: $12.00 per month (Continued on Sheet No. E-63.00)
Issued May 14, 1998 by Effective: May 14, 1998
D. W. Joos,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan CANCELLED
Michigan Public Service Commission
BY
U-14347,U-6300
dated March 24, 1981
ORDER ____________________ in Case No. U-6300
RL
REMOVED BY_______________

DATE 01-24-06
_____________________
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-62.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Fast Revised Sheet No. E-62.00
(To revise the rate and consolidate Rates CG-1 and CG-2)

COGENERATION AND SM_tLL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any generating inst_llation which employs cogeneration or sma//power
production technology which meets the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's criteria for a Quafifying Facility,
Independent Power Producer or Exempt Wholesale Generator. The Company has the right to refuse to contract for the
purchase of energy should it be determined to adversely impact economic or reliable operation of the Company's electric
system.

Nature of Service:

All facilities operated in parallel with the Company's system must meet the Parallel Operation Requirements set forth in
Rule B10.6.C. The Company shall own, operate and maintain all metering devices; however, the operator shallbe required
to pay for the cost of such equipment. Generation equipment for which standby service is being provided shall be metered
by meters furnished, installed and maintained by the Company. No refund shall be made for any operator contn"oution
required under this rate schedule.

Energy delivered to the Company shall be alternating current, 60-cycle, single,- or three-phase, the particular voltage in
each case to be determined by the Company.

The Company may discontinue purchases during system cmergencies, maintenance and other operational circumstances.

Where the Company elects to measure the purchases/sales at a nominal voltage other than the Company's supply voltage,
adjustments to the demand and energy measurements may be made, for payment pu_oses, based on the Company's system
average transformation losses for the voltage levels being measured.

Monthly Purchase Priee for Sales of Power to the Company:

Energy and capacity purchased by the Company shall be established through a compe_tive bid or as negotiated and
approved by the Michigan Public Service Commission.

An energy-only purchase by the Company under provision of this rate shall be computed in accordance with the Avoided
Energy Cost provision of this rate.-

Rate A-1 or Rate B operators selling energy to the Company on or before July 16, 1987 from wind or solar powered
generating equipment may continue to sell energy to the Company at the rote of $.0300 per kwh delivered.

Administrative Cost Charge:

As negotiated for generation installations with a capacity of over 100 kW.

$.0010 per kwh purchased for generation installations with a capacity of_00"kW or less, except as noted below;
/
/
A-1orRate
Soperato
songenergy tothe before
Jul i 1987
from
wind
orsohr
pewer
generaequipment
g paya oharge
asfellowship.
Pate A-l: $.13 per day _\\_ _'
Rate B: $12 .00 per month '\ _3__'_ .. _. _ , _(Co_tinued on Sheet No. E-63.00)
Issued August 29, 1994 by _"__ "_ .-_" __ective for service rendered on
/_- _ and after May 11, 1994

President & Chief Executive Officer, _f__f" 6_L_ 9_'q _-_ ""/
Jackson, Michigan _ " Issued under authority of the
M___ _¢" ' " :higan Public Servico Commission
dated August 18, 1994
in Case No. U-10335 and the
ERRATUM dated August 23, 1994
in Case No. U-10335
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric F'wst Revised Sheet No. E-_.OO
Consumers Power Company Canc_ Original Sheet No. E-62.00
(To revise the rate)

COGENERATION AND POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1

Availability:
Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any generating installation thai sells power to the Company which
employs cogeneration or power production technology which _m_____ the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's criteria
for a Qu_ying Facility, Imtepemtent Power Producer or Exempt Wholesale Generator. The Company has the right to
refusetocontract for thepurchaseofenergyshoulditbe determined toadversely impacteconomicor reliable operation
of the Company'selectric syste_

Nature of Service:

All facilities operated in parallel with the Company's system must meet the Parallel Operation Requirements set forth in
Rule BJO. 6. C. The Company shall own, operate and maintain all metering devices; however, the operator shah be required
to pay for the cog of such equipment. No refund shall be made for any operator contribution required under this rate
_hedule.

Energy delivered to the Company shall be alternating current, 60-cycle, single- or three-phase, the particular voltage in
each case to be determined by the Company.

The Company may discontinue purchases during system emergencies, maintenance and other operational cireumsmnces.

Where the Company elects to measure the purchases at • nominal voltage other than the Company's supply voltage,
adjustments to the demand and energy measurenumts may be made, for payment purposes, based on the Company's system
average transformation losses for the voltage levels being measured.

Monthly Purchase Price for Sales of Power to the Company:

Energy and capacity purchased by the Company shall be established through a competitive bid or as negotiated and
approved by the Michigan Public ,Service Commission.

An energy-only purchase by the Company under provision of this rate shall be coolpuled ill accordance with the Avoided
Energy Cost provision of this rate.

Rate A-I or Rate B operators selling energy to the Company on or before July 16, 1987 from wind or solar powered
generating equ_ment may continue to sell energy to the Company at the rate of $.0300 per kwh delivered.

Administrative Cost Charge:

As negotiated for generation installations with a capacity of over 100 kW..

$.0010 per kWh pu_hued for generation installations with a capacity of lO0 kW or I_s, except as noted below;

Rate A-I or Rate B operators selling energy to the Company on or before July 16, 1987 from wind or solar powered
generating equipment shall pay a charge as follows:

Rate A-I: $.15 per day i,,_ _


_'\

Rate B: $12.00per month /_ ._ , b_J


(Conthlued on Sheet N0. E-63.00)

Issued June 6, 1994 by __._ V)_ t )__ _ Effective for service rendered on

,, President & Chlef Exec_ve OtTtcer,


,,cir_n, Michigan b*"_ _._,___'D c'_X _ _ C_ £\! ,ued under authority of the
___Michigan Public,Service Commission
, q
\- &o
199 _I t_
....
..
dated May 10, 1994

/
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-62.00
Consumers Power Company

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1

Availability:

Subject to any restrictions, this rate is available to any generating installation with a capacity of 100 kW or less which employs
cogeneration or small power production technology which meets the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's criteria for a
Qualifying Facility.

Nature of Service:

Except for billing meters for the sale of energy under any other of the Company's rate schedules, the operator shall be responsi-
ble for furnishing, installing and maintaining at his expense, all necessary controlling and protective equipment for connecting
the generating facility to the Company's electric system. Such equipment and its installation shall be in accordance with specifi-
cations and standards of the Company. The Company shall not be liable for damage to the operator's equipment caused by the
interconnection. The Company shall own, operate and maintain all metering devices; however, the operator shall be required to
pay for the cost of such equipment. No refund shall be made for any operator contribution required under this rate schedule.

Domestic or commercial customers desiring electric service as an auxiliary source of power for wind- or solar-powered generat-
ing equipment and who elect to sell energy back to the Company under the Auxiliary Power Provision of the applicable rate
shall pay the customer charge set forth in the Auxiliary Power Provision of the applicable rate, in lieu of the cost of the meter and
the Administrative Cost Charge.

Energy delivered to the Company shall be alternating current, 60-cycle, single- or three-phase, the particular voltage in each
case to be determined by the Company.

The Company may discontinue purchases during system emergencies and other operational circumstances such as light load
conditions.

Where the Company elects to measure the sales at a nominal voltage other than the Company's supply voltage, adjustments to
the demand and energy measurements may be made, for payment purposes, based on the Company's system average transfor-
mation losses for the voltage levels being measured.

Monthly Purchase Price for Sales of Power to the Company:

The operator may elect to sell energy to the Company under one of the following options:

1. The Auxiliary Power Provision of the rate schedule under which energy is being purchased or,

2. The avoided energy cost determined by time of use, determined monthly (requires the operator to have installed a ratch-
eted time-of-day meter) or,

3. 80% of the average avoided energy cost of on-peak and off-peak hours combined, but never less than the off-peak avoided
energy cost as determined in Option 2 (requires the operator to a ratcheted watt-hour meter) or,

_t_"_ _ (Continued on Sheet No. E-63.00)


Issued May 28, 1991 by Effective for service rendered on
F. W. Buckman, and_after May 8, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated May 7, 1991
in Case No. U-9346

JUN 991
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-63.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. E-63.00
To revise Company name)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-62.00)

Avoided Energy Cost:

Avoided energy cost is the incremental cost, measured using the top 10 MW band, of delivered power to the Company's
load center from the Company's fossil-fueled steam, nuclear and combustion turbine units, and from interchange power
sources, based upon the rolling average of the three consecutive months ending on the last day of the second month prior
to the month that purchases are made by the Company (eg, the May billing month adjuslment shall be calculated using the
avoided energy costs experienced in the calendar months of January, February and March). Costs so determined shah be
filed monthly with the Michigan Public Service Commission.

The avoided energy cost shall be calculated by surnm_ng the hourly incremental cost of delivered power to the Company's
load center from the source or sources noted above and dividing that sum by the kWh of delivered power to the Company's
load center in the same period. This calculation shah be made for both the on-peak and off-peak periods of the Company.

Schedule of On-Peak Hours:

For purposes of computing the avoided energy-only price for any sales of power to the Company, the on-peak hours shall
be 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM of each weekday (Monday through Friday) excluding the holidays of New Year's Day, Memorial
Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Standby Service:

The operator may contract for standby service in accordance with Rule D7., Auxiliary'or Standby Service, or under the
Optional Standby Rate specified below.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14992,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
04-12-07
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. E-64.00)


Issued May 14, 1998 by Effective: May 14, 1998

D. W. Joos, /j______
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
President and Chief Executive Officer _ Electric, _<_ _f_ O_ 03 Issued under anthority
__-_- _ dated 24, 1981 of the
c_ in CaseMarch
No. U-6300

_____
AUGO_I998_
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-63.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels F'trst Revised Sheet No. E-63.00
(To revise the rate and consolidate Rates CG-I and CG_2)

CO GENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-62.00)

Avoided Energy Cost:

Avoided energy cost is the incremental cost, measured using the top 10 MW band, of delivered power to the Company's
load center from the Company's fossil-fueled steam, nuclear and combustion turbine units, and from interchange power
source.s, based upon the roiling average of the three consecutive months ending on the last day of the second month prior
to the month that purchases are made by the Company (eg, the May billing month adjustment shall be calculated using the
avoided energy costs experienced in the calendar months of January, February and March). Costs so determined shall be
filed monthly with the Michigan Public Service Commission.

The avoided energy cost shall be calculated by summing the hourly incremental cost of delivered power to the Company's
load center from the source or sources noted above and dividing that sum by the kWh of delivered power to the Company's
load center in the same period. This calculation shall be made for both the on-peak and off-peak periods of the Company.

Schedule of On-Peak Hours:

For purposes of computing the avoided energy-only price for any sales of power to the Company, the on-peak hours shah
be 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM of each weekday (Monday through Friday) excluding the holidays of New Year's Day, Memorial
Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Standby Service:

The operator may contract for standby service in accordance with Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, or under the
Optional Standby Rate specified below.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-64.00)


Issued August 29, 1994 by ___ Effective for service rendered on

President & Chief Executive Officer,


M. G. Morris, __O_ and after May 11, 1994
Jackson, Michigan _ to Issued under authority of the

S_P _ "_ dated August 18,1994


, in Case No. U-10335 and the

__/_f
_. _ _j ERRATUM
in Case No. dated August23, 1994
U-10335
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric First Revised Sheet Nd. E-4D.0O
Consumers Power Company Cancels Original Sheet NO. E-_.O0
To revise the rate)

COGENERATION AND POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Coatiaued From Sheet NO. E-62.00)

Avoided _ Cost:

Avoided energy cost is the incremental cost, measured us/ng the top 10 Mw band, of delivered power to the Company's
load center from the Company's fossil-fueled steam, nuclear and combustion tmaoine units, and from intercJmnge power
murces, based upon the rolling average of the three consecutive month: ending on the last day of the socond month prior
to the month that purchases arc made by the Company (eg, the May billing month adjustment shall be calculated using the
avoided energy costs experienced in the calendar months of January, Febzuaty and March). Costs so determined shall be
filedmonthlywiththeMichiganPublicServiceCommission.

Thc avoided energy cost shall be calculated by summing the hourly incremental cost of delivered power to the Company's
load center from the source or sourcesnotedabove and dividing that sum by the kWh of delivered power to the Compww 'J
loadcenterinthesame period. Thiscalculation shall
be made forboththeon-poakand off-poak periodsoftheCompany.

Scheduleof Oa-Peak Hours:

]:or purposes of computing the avoided energy-only price for any sales of power to the Company, the on-peak hours shall
be 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM of each weekday (Monday through Friday) excluding the holidays of New Year's Day, Memorial
Day, lndcpcodence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Standby Servke:

The operator may contract for standby service in accordance with Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, or Cogeneration
and Power Production Standby Rate CG-2.

Term and Form of Contract:

Purchases under this rate shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

.?I I]

Issued June 6, 1994 by ._:I Eff_tiv© for _ rendered on


M. G. Morris, , and after May 11, 1994
Pr-_idcnt & Chief Executive Officer, __

Michigan Public Service Commission


ti,t,._4May
under10,authority
1994
Jackson, Michigan __ _ Issued of the

__L_C>
_N , _ _
_ -- inCasoNo. U-10335
_ ,
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-63.00
Consumers Power Company

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


, PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Continued From Sheet No. E-62.00)

Monthly Purchase Price for Sales of Powerto the Company: (Contd)

4. The combined capacity and energy costs of the next generating unit to be added to the Company's system (excluding gener-
ating units currently under construction) (requires the operator to have appropriate metering equipment installed). No
capacity component shall be paid to the operator of a qualifying facility for generating equipment installed prior to Novem-
ber 9, 1978 unless the remaining life is equivalent to new capacity, and capacity payments must be included for the unit to
be economically viable or to increase its output.

Administrative Cost Charge:

0.10¢ per kWh purchased except for those operators electing to sell energy under the Auxiliary Power Provision.

Avoided Energy Cost:

Avoided energy cost is the incremental cost of delivered power to the Company's load center from the Company's fossil-fueled
steam, nuclear and combustion turbine units, and from interchange power sources, based upon the rolling average of the three
consecutive months ending on the last day of the second month prior to the month that purchases are made by the Company
(eg, the May billing month adjustment shall be calculated using the avoided energy costs experienced in the calendar months of
January, February and March). Costs so determined shall be filed monthly with the Michigan Public Service Commission.

The three-month average avoided energy cost shall be calculated bysumming the hourly incremental cost of delivered power to
the Company's load center from the source or sources noted above and dividing that sum by the number of hours in the period.
This calculation shall be made for both the on-peak and off-peak periods of the Company.

Schedule of On-Peak and Off-Peak Hours:

For purposes of computing the monthly purchase price for any sales of power to the Company, the on-peak hours shall be
7:00 AM to 10:00 PM of each weekday (Monday through Friday) excluding the holidays of New Year's Day, Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. All other times shall be considered off-peak.

Standby Power:

The operator may contract for standby power for equipment failure or maintenance in accordance with Rule D7., Auxiliary or
Standby Service, or under the Optional Standby rate specified below.

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase contract is
entered into, agree to contract for standby power for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum standby demand in
kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially established by mutual
agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company is expected to supply.
Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so establghed'._s exceeded by the creation of a greater actual maximum
standby demand, then such greater maxa'murr/___.th_\new contracted maximum standby demand. Where a

J • _ _ _ \ _, (Continued on Sheet No E-64 00)

Issued May 28, 1991 by \ _ (_ _/_ Effective for service rendered on


F. W. Buckman, _,, \ ....I __ and after May 8, 1991
President & Chief ODeratin_ Officer " \ _,l_:__ "i__f-_Jfi'/J_
-- _ , _ _ r.-_'_ _
Jackson, Michigan \_2;ta__V/p._ _ Issued under authority of the
___" j_,-_- _,)_ Michigan Public Service Commission
- /___ 4_Xt-_ ___ dated May 7, 1991
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Sixteenth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fifteenth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
(To revise and reformat rate)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase contract
is entered into, agree to contract for standby service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum standby demand
in kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially established by mutual
agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company is expected to supply.
Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exceeded by the creation of a greater actual maximum
standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum standby demand. Where a bona
fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand
levels, where appropriate. Standby service shall be billed at the rate specified below:

Power Supply Charges:

Customer Voltage Level 1 - Capacity Charge: $0. 39 per kW per day for the highest On-Peak Billing Demand
occurring each day in which standby service is utilized
- Energy Charge: $0.034002 per kWh for all On-Peak kWh
$0.028002 per kWh for all Off-Peak kWh

Customer Voltage Level 2 - Capacity Charge: $0. 39 per kW per day for the highest On-Peak Billing Demand
occurring each day in which standby service is utilized
- Energy Charge: $0.035168 per kWh for all On-Peak kWh
$0.029168 per kWh for all Off-Peak kWh

Customer Voltage Level 3 or 4 - Capacity Charge: $0. 39 per kW per day for the highest On-Peak Billing Demand
occurring each day in which standby service is utilized
- Energy Charge: $0.035232 per kWh for all On-Peak kWh
$0.029232 per kWh for all Off-Peak kWh

This rate is subject to the Power Supply Cost Recovery (PSCR) Factor shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Delivery Charges:

Customer Charge: $100.00 per customer per month

Customer Voltage Level 1 - Capacity Charge: $0.60 per kW per month of contracted Maximum Standby Demand
- Distribution Charge: $0.003895 per kWh for all kWh

Customer Voltage Level 2 - Capacity Charge: $1.20 per kW per month of contracted Maximum Standby Demand
- Distribution Charge: $0.002830 per kWh for all kWh

Customer Voltage Level 3 or 4 - Capacity Charge: $1.80 per kW per month of contracted Maximum Standby Demand
- Distribution Charge: $0.000483 per kWh for all kWh

This rate is subject to the Surcharges shown on Sheet Nos. E-2.00 through E-2.10 and the Securitization Charges shown on
Sheet No. E-3.10.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)

Issued January 12, 2006 by Michigan Public Service Effective for service rendered on
Commission
J. G. Russell, and after January 11, 2006
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan
January 23, 2006 Issued under authority of the
Filed _______________ Michigan Public Service Commission
dated December 22, 2005 and January 10, 2006
in Case No. U-14347
CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-16-06
DATE _____________________
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Fifteenth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourteenth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase contract
is entered into, agree to contract for standby service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum standby demand
in kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially established by mutual
agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company is expected to supply.
Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exceeded by the creation of a greater actual maximum
standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum standby demand. Where a bona
fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand
levels, where appropriate. Standby service shall be billed at the rate specified below:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Kilowatt Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$.39 per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby service is
utilized.

Maximum Demand Charge:

For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Transmission Service:

$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge:

$.034351 per kWh for all kWh consumed on-peak


$(.001102) per kWh Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment [Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]
$.033249 Total On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge

$.028351 per kWh for all kWh consumed off-peak


$(.001102) per kWh Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment [Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]
$.027249 Total Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
CANCELLED
Securitization Charges: BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________
$.001302 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000447 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge
RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________

(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)

Issued November 16, 2005 by Michigan Public Service Effective for bills rendered on
J. G. Russell, Commission and after December 1, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan November 28, 2005 Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
Filed _______________
dated November 10, 2005
in Case No. U-12505
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourteenth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
(To add the Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)
Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase contract
is entered into, agree to contract for standby service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum standby demand
in kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially established by mutual
agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company is expected to supply.
Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exceeded by the creation of a greater actual maximum
standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum stan_iby demand. Where a bona
fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company shall recontraet for new contract demand
levels, where appropriate. Standby service shall be billed at the rate specified below:

Customer Charge: ':

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Kilowatt Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$.39 per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby service is
utilized. -

Maximum Demand Charge: '

For Secondary andPrimary Service: -.

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand


For Subtransmission Service: CANCELLED
BY CANCELLED
BY
U-6300,U-12505
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
12-01-05
DATE _____________________

, $.97 per kW per month of contracted maximun? standby demand


U-6300,U-12505
ORDER ____________________
For Transmission Service:
REMOVED BY_______________ RL
•. $.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand
Kilowatt-hour Charge: 12-01-05
DATE _____________________

$ .034365 per kWh for all kWh consumed on-peak


$(.001102) per kWh Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment [Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]
: $.033263 TotalOn-PeakKilowatt-hourCharge ,
J

$ .028365 per kwh for all kwh consumed off-peak


$(.001102) per kWh Rate Reduction Credit Adjusonent [Public Act 141 of 2000, Section ]Od(5)Adjustment]
$ .027263 Total Off-PeakKilowatt-hour Charge

Securitizatiou Charges:
$.001311 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000424 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge
(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)

Issued December 22, 2004 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, Michigan
PublicService
Commission and after January 3, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,

Jackson, Michigan [ ,January 12, 2005 Issued under authority of the


.. [ Michigan Public Service Commission
Filed (_/3_ e_, dated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001
(_- in Case No. U-12505 and dated November 23, 2004
in Case Nos. U-13720 and U-14098
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Twelfth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
(To reflect seeuritization true-up)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase contract
is entered into, agree to contract for standby service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum standby demand
in kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially established by mutual
agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirementswhich the Company is expected to supply. •
Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exceeded by the creation of a greater actual maximum
standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum standby demand. Where a bona
fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand
levels, where appropriate.Standby service shall be billed at the ratespecified below:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Kilowatt Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$.39 per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby service is
utilized.

Maximum Demand Charge:

t For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand


_ _ - IIII III I Ill L I ._

For Transmission Service: P-,-Ik_I:-I__[_ BY _4-/2 5_5--


$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand 0RI_R _/_/'J r3 72 O/]- ¢7/_
0 _(.
Kilowatt-hour Charge:

$.034365 per kWh for all kWh consumed on-peak - " _ ....
$.028365 per kWh for all kwh consumed off-peak
p^r _:
Securitization Charges: Ill : - : _ : " I III

$.001311 per kwh Securitization Charge


$.000424 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge
(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)

Issued November 30, 2004 by MichiganPublicService Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, Commission and after December 1, 2004
President, Electric and Gas, 1

Jackson, Michigan December 14, 2004] Issued under


Michigan authority
Public ServiceofCommission
the
Filed_ dated November 23, 2004
in Case No. U-12505
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Twelfth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eleventh Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase contract
is entered into, agree to contract for standby service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum standby demand
in kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially established by
mutual agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company is expected to
supply. Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exceeded by the creation of a greater actuaI
maximum standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum standby demand.
Where a bona fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company shall recontract for new
contract demand levels, where appropriate. Standby service shall be billed at the rate specified below:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Kilowatt Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$.39 per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby service is
utilized.

Maximum Demand Charge:

For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Transmission Service:

$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge:

$.034382 per kWh for all kwh consumed on-peak


$.028382 per kwh for all kwh consumed off-peak

Securitization Charges:
$.001299 per kWh Securitization Charge
$. 000419 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)

Issued December 2, 2003 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, and after December 2, 2003
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the

dated November 25, 2003


!_-, 3_CELLED
BY ",= Michigan Public Service Commission
_ MICHIG_', PUBLIC in Case No. U-12505

rll,r B_
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Eleventh Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service,may at the time the purchase contract
is entered into, agree to contract for standby service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum standby demand
in kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially established by
mutual agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company is expected to
supply. Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exceeded by the creation of a greater actual
maximum standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum standby demand.
Where a bona fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company shall recontract for new
contract demand levels, where appropriate. Standby service shall be billed at the rate specified below:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Kilowatt Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$.39 per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby service is
utilized.

Maximum Demand Charge:

For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Transmission Service:

$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge:

$.034354 per kWh for all kWh consumed on-peak


$.0283_54per kWh for all kWh consumed off-peak

Secnritization Charges:
$.001328 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000418 per kWh Seeuritization'Tgx_'lEnarge
CANCELLEDBY
ORDER_____5-£)_ -
(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)

Issued November 22, 2002 by i_L[Vi0_/E_ _'lf_ "___.(2j Effective for bills rendered on
J. G. Russell, _ and after December 3, 2002

Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the


President and Chief Executive Officer - _e___
,== __:__=_:_ Michigan Public Service
dated November 7, 2002 Commission
MICHIGANPUBLIC in Case No. U-12505
SERVICECOI_MISSION

MAR17 2003

FILED
IAA ..,
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
(To reflect rate unbundling)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase contract
is entered into, agree to contract for standby service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum standby demand
in kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially established by
mutual agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company is expected to
supply. Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exceeded by the creation of a greater actual
maximum standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum standby demand.
Where a bona fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company shall recontract for new
contract demand levels, where appropriate. Standby service shall be billed at the rate specified below:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Kilowatt Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$.39 per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby service is
utilized•

Maximum Demand Charge:

D For Secondary and Primary Service:


$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Transmission Service:

$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

Kilowatt-hour Charge, I C_C[[-I-_D _0._ '_" 0 {3({7 _

$.028423
$.034423 per kWh for
for all kWh
kWh consumed
consumed off-peak
on-peak RE_0_/[_ D By(_ __ 0
Securitization Charges: x.
$.001427 per kWh Securitization Charge D_'[E_ "_'-
$.000250 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)

lssued June 4, 2002 by /__. Effective for service rendered on


J. G. Russell, /_@S%{[ EL) _:' C_b, and after May 17, 2002
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, %_o' _" " (_._
_ ,
Jackson, Michigan _' _ Issued under authority of the

!_ gUN _ L _ dated May 16, 2002


• ". in Case No. U-12970
D __. _'_00__ Michigan Public Service C°mmissi°n
,,, y
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
(To reflect Securitization)

- COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER

i PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG


(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase
contract is entered into, agree to contract for standby service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum
standby demand in kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially
established by mutual agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company
is expected to supply. Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exceeded by the creation of a
greater actual maximum standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum
standby demand. Where a bona fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company shall
recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. Standby service shall be billed at the rate specified below:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$.39 per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby service
is utilized.

Maximum Demand Charge:

For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Transmission Service:

$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

Energy Charge:

$.034423 per kWh for all kwh consumed on-peak


$.028423 per kWh for all kWh consumed off-peak

Securitization Charges:
$.001427 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000250 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge ._

(Continued on Sheet

Issued November 14, 2001 by Effective for bills rendered on _ _"


J. G. Russell, _ and after November 30, 2001

Presidentjackson,
Michiganand
Chief Executive Officer - Electric, /_v/_- k'k_ "_,/(_'_V
t_
_'-_ " Or3
_ Issued under authority of the
/_-_" . "_\ Michigan Public Service Commission
[-__, _ ..... ._\dated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001

__ 0_OOJin Case No.U-12505


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
(To revise Company name)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase
contract is entered into, agree to contract for standby service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum
standby demand in kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially
established by mutual agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company
is expected to supply. Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exceeded by the creation of
a greater actual maximum standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum
standby demand. Where a bona fide change in the customer's Iqad.occurs during the term of a contract, the Company
shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. Standby service shall be billed'at the rate specified
below:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$.39 per kW per day for the highest on-peakbilling demand occurring each day in which standby service
is utilized.

Maximum Demand Charge:

For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Transmission Service:

$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

Energy Charge: CANCELLED


BYORDER

$.0361 per kWh for all kwh consumed on-peak INCASENO.U[-_:)_


$.0301 per kWh for all kWh consumed off-peak JAN 0 4 2001

REMOVED
BY

(Continued on Sheet No. E_US.00)


Issued May 14, 1998 by Effective: May 14, 1998

President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, -Fo Issued under authority of the
D. W. Joos, ____

Jackson,]VIichigan _,"<"_..,,__#_.
,. "'0._.._ M'.ichigan
CommissiOndated
in March
Public
24. Service
CaseNo.u-63001981
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
To revise the Energy Charge)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase
contract is entered into, agree to contract for standby service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted m_imum
standby demand in kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially
established by mutual agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company
is expected to supply. Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exceeded by the creation of
a greater actual maximum standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum
standby demand. Where a bona fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company
shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. Standby service shall be billed at the rate specified
below:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$.39 per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby service
is utilized.

Maximum Demand Charge:

For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

Energy Charge:
oro$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby de

$.0361 per kWh for all kWh consumed on-peak


d _ .

man__._ i!

$.0301 per kWh for all kWh consumed off-peak \ __¢_

(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)


Issued November 25, 1996 by Effective for service rendered on
R. P. Lefere, Jr., and after December 1, 1996
Vice President of Electric Marketing and Pricing,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated February 5, 1996
in Case No. U-10685
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
To revise the Energy Charge)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., Auxiliary or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase
contract is entered into, agree to contract for standby Service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum
standby demand in kilowatts and, if applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially
established by mutual agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company
is expected to supply. Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exceeded by the creation of
a greater actual maximum standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum
standby demand. Where a bona fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company
shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. Standby service shall be billed at the rate specified
below:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$.39 per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby service
is utilized.

Maximum Demand Charge:

For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Subtransmission Service:


s._s-,t

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand _ _ /_'_

For Transmission Service: _ "_J_/] _/


, i u.7 ,,
$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand - _+\_ I ta t_ c • :

Energy Charge: _- _% / r ?_ \_j f_ _ _"_"

$.0374 per kWh for all kWh consumed on-peak <_3) _'l _//f_/J/_"

$.0314 per kWh for all kWh consumed off-peak _'_'/

(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)


Issued February 14, 1996 by Effective for service rendered on
R. P. Lefere, Jr., and after February 6, 1996
Vice President of Electric Marketing and Pricing,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated February 5, 1996
in Case No. 15-10685
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Eleetrle Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
To revise the rate and consolidate Rates CG-1 and CG-2)

COG_TION AND SM_4H_ POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate:

An operator who otherwise would qualify under Rule D7., AuxiliAry or Standby Service, may at the time the purchase
contract is entered into, agree to contract for standby service for a minimum term of one year. A contracted maximum
standby demand in kilowatts and, ff applicable, a contracted maximum supplemental demand in kilowatts shall be initially
established by mutual agreement for electrical capacity sufficient to meet the maximum requirements which the Company
is expected to supply. Whenever the contracted maximum standby demand so established is exce_ed by the creation of
a greater actual maximum standby demand, then such greater maximum demand becomes the new contracted maximum
standby demand. Where a bona fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company
shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. Standby service shall be billed at the rote specified
below:

Customer Charge:

$100.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

On-Peak Billing Demand Charge:

$.39 per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby service
is vtiliTed.

Maximum Demand Charge:

For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

F°r $S9u_kws_ Smoe_thice:of


contracted maximum standby demand _,j_:"_"<i _

%/0J ',,
Energy ChargeS'52 per kW per m°nth °f contracted maximum standby deman_d___ili_'_ __:3 '_t(__' I
$.0377 per kWh for all kWh consumed on-peak "\ _i_(_,l /
$.0317 per kwh for all kwh consumed off-pesk __

(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)


Issued August 29, 1994 by __.__ Effective for service rendered on
M. G. Morris, __-_, and alter May 11, 1994

President & Chief Executive Officer, __/_¢_<_. _._'_


Jackson,Michigan [_._" y ,_" _.I -___ Issuedunderauthority ofthe
,:_ o3 dated August 18, 1994
l_ _- ?2 10
94_t Michigan Public Service Commission

_ /
._.._
ERRATUM dated August 23, 1994
in Case No. U-10335 and the
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Eiectrk Fourth Revised Sheet N6. E-64.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
ro cancel sheet)

This sheet has been cancelled.

issuedJune 6, 1994 by Effective for service renderedon


M. G. Morris, and after May 11, 1994
President& Chief Exeeutivc Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authorityof the
Miohigan Public Servioe Commission
datedMay I0, 1994
in Case No. U-10335
bLP.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised _ No. E-64.00
Co_anners Power Cmnlmny Camds Second Revised _eet No. E-64.00
ro remove Nuclear I)¢co_io_ Surcharge)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Continued _m _ No. E-63.00)

bona fide cimn_c in the customer'sload occursduringthe termof a contract,the CompanyghMIrecontractfor new contractdetrm,dlevels,
where appropriate. Standbypower ghnllbe billed at the rate specified below:

Customer Charge:.

$150.00 per customer per month, plus

Ca__,_yCharge:
On-Peak Dom_nd Charge:

38¢ per kW per day for the highest on-peakbillin_ demandoccurringeach day in which standby service is utilized.

M¢_um Demand Charge:

For Secondary and PrimaryService:

$1.85 per kW per month of contractedmaximumstandby demand

For SubtransmissionService:

_o $.97 per kW per month of contractedmaximumstandby demand

For TransmissionService:

$.52 per kW per month of contractedmaximumstandby demand

EnergyCharge:

3.76¢ per kWh for all kWh consumed on-peak


3.16¢ per kwh for all kWh consumed off-peak

Geaeral Terms and Surcharges

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surchargesshown on Sheet No. E-2.00.

A_ustmeat for Power Factor:.

If the on-peak kWdemand is equal to or greaterthan 90 %of the actualmaximumon-peak kilovolt-ampere(kVA)demand forthe same
interval, then the on-peakdemand shall be reduced by 2%.

If the maximum kW demandis equal to or greater than 905_ of the actual maximum kilovolt-ampere(kVA) dem,nd for the same
interval, then the maximumdemandshall be t'educedby 2_.

Issued December 16, 1991 by _,_'_


_-x+_ _" _ / _.(X_ . Effective for service renderedon
F. W. Buckman, _ _._'+_)_,_k/ ,-, _-_+J _ _ _,, and after December 1, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer;'_,k_ ^-4 _ f _ ._
Jackson,
Michigan '_, _,_x_,
\ _ _/_SF_ FID_ Issued of the
underauthority

I
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels F'wst Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
(To revise rates)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

bona fide change in the customer ss load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand
levels, where appropriate. Standby power shall be billed at the rate specified below:.

Customer Charge:

$150.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

On-Peak Demand Charge:

38¢ per kW par day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby service is utilized.

Maxhnum Demand Charge:

For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Transmission Service:

$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

Energy Charge:

3. 76¢ per kWh for all kWh consumed on-peak


3.16¢ per kWh for all kWh consumed off-peak

Nuclear Decommissionlns Surcharge:

.0326¢ per kWh for all kWh

General Terms and Surcharges

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-L00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No. E-Z00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

If the on-peak kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for
the same interval, then the on-peak demand shall be reduced by 2%.

If the maximum kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum kil£volt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same
intexarai, then the maximum demand shall be reduced by 2%.
(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)

Issued August 29, 1991 by ___


. _x[ l _/ d..-.
_/ '\ ', Effective
and after for service
August rendered
2, 1991 on
F. W. Buckman, __,3_ U_'_ _x[_ _ \',

Officer, _ Commission
Jackson,PresidentMichigan
& Chief Operating _ I"If V/fe_,
/Q.'_",.,L.g- _J_N ......"'"_'_. .a [_ ?[
/-_ MichiganunderpublicaUthorityserviceOf
Issued the
[_ q 'bF-"_ "7_ _'_ "_J t _ \ ', dated July 31, 1991
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-64.00
(To revise rates)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

bona fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company shall recontract for new contract
demand levels, where appropriate. Standby power shall be billed at the rate specified below

Customer Charge:

$150.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

On-Peak Demand Charge:

38¢ per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby
service is .utilized.

Maximum Demand Charge:

For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand


For Subtransmission Service:

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand


For Transmission Service:

$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

Energy Charge:

3.64¢ per kWh for all kWh consumed on-peak


3.04¢ per kWh for all kWh consumed off-peak

Nuclear Decommissioning Surcharge:

.0326¢ per kwh for all kWh

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet
No. E-ZOO.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

If the on-peak kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand
for the same interval, then the on-peak demand shall be reduced by 2%.

If the maximum kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the
same interval, then the maximum demand shall be reduced by 2%.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)

Issued July 17, 1991 by Effective for service rendered on


F. W. Buckman, and after July 2, 1991

Jackson, Michigan / _,/{_ Issued under authority of the

President & Chief Operating Officer, /_/__ in Case No. U-9346


_i__ dated July 1, 1991
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-64.00
Consumers Power Company

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Continued From Sheet No. E-63.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

bona fide change in the customer's load occurs during the term of a contract, the Company shall recontract for new contract
demand levels, where appropriate. Standby power shall be billed at the rate specified below

Customer Charge:

$150.00 per customer per month, plus

Capacity Charge:

On-Peak Demand Charge:

38¢ per kW per day for the highest on-peak billing demand occurring each day in which standby
service is utilized.

Maximum Demand Charge:

For Secondary and Primary Service:

$1.85 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Subtransmission Service:

$.97 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

For Transmission Service:

$.52 per kW per month of contracted maximum standby demand

Energy Charge:

3.75¢ per kWh for all kWh consumed on-peak


3.15¢ per kWh for all kWh consumed off-peak

Nuclear Decommissioning Surcharge:

.0326¢ per kWh for all kWh

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-L00, and surcharges shown on Sheet
No. E-Z00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

If the on-peak kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand
for the same interval, then the on-peak demand shall be reduced by 2%.

If the maximum kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the
same interval, then the maximum demand shall be reduced by 2%.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.00)


Effective for service rendered on
Issued May 28, 1991 by
W. Buckman,
pFresident & Chief Operatin_g, Offi..6_r, A "_{_[,_ \ and after May 8, 1991

Jackson, Michigan _ _. _._ _ \ _ Issued under authority of the

_;_)_.'_/__,_'"
X_U , _. ,1_'_¢_:11"_:_"_ datedMichigan
CommissiOnMay
Public
7, 1991Service
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-65.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-65.00
(To add Renewable Resources Program
and to reformat page)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-64.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No.
E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

If the on-peak kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA)
demand for the same interval, then the on-peak demand shall be reduced by 2%.

If the maximum kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for
the same interval, then the maximum demand shall be reduced by 2%.

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute kW demand (excluding any contracted maximum supplemental
demand) created during the current month, except that in no case shall it be less than 80% of the actual maximum
kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval. Should this demand be greater than the contracted maximum
standby demand, then it shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand.

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be the highest 15-minute, on-peak kW demand (excluding any contracted maximum
supplemental demand) occurring each day in which standby service is utilized except that in no case shall it be less than
80% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at a nominal voltage of more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a
substation ownership credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Renewable Resources Program (RRP):

Customer contracts for participation in the RRP shall be available to any eligible customer as described in Rule B19,
Renewable Resources Program, who desires to participate in the RRP. In addition to the prices under this rate schedule,
a customer who has agreed to participate in the RRP shall elect one of the following payment options:

Payment Option 1
The customer may pay a $0.01667 per kWh renewable resources premium applicable to an amount equal to 100% of
the customer's total monthly energy consumed.
(Continued on Sheet No. E-65.10)

Issued May 11, 2005 by Effective October 2005 Billing Month


J. G. Russell, Michigan Public Service
Commission
President, Electric and Gas, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
CANCELLED
May 24, 2005
#Dproved
dated April 28, 2005
BY
U-14347,U-6300 in Case No. U-14471
ORDER ____________________ Filed ________ ____

RL
REMOVED BY_______________

DATE 01-24-06
_____________________
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-65.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-65.00
(To change "Base Rate Adjustment" to
"Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor")

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-64.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on Sheet No.
E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

If the on-peak kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA)
demand for the same interval, then the on-peak demand shall be reduced by 2%.

If the maximum kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for
the same interval, then the maximum demand shall be reduced by 2%.
Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute kW demand (excluding any contracted maximum supplemental
demand) created during the current month, except that in no case shall it be less than 80% of the actual maximum
kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval. Should this demand be greater than the contracted maximum
standby demand, then it shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand.

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be the highest 15-minute, on-peak kW demand (excluding any contracted maximum
supplemental demand) occurring each day in which standby service is utilized except that in no case shall it be less
than 80% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at a nominal voltage of more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a
substation ownership credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Power Supply Cost Recovery (PSCR) Factor:


This rate is subject to the PSCR Factor shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:
The customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:


The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.
Schedule of On-Peak and Off-Peak Hours:
For purposes of applying the standby and maintenance power provisions of this rate, the on-peak hours shall be 11:00
AM to 7:00 PM for each weekday (Monday through Friday) excluding the holidays of New Year's Day, Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. All other times shall be considered off-peak.
(Continued on Sheet No. E-66.00)

Issued December 19, 2003 by Effective January 2004 Billing Month


J. G. Russell, _*
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigaff'_Public Service Commission
dated ,_ober 18, 1983 in Case No. U-7511,
CANCELLED ............. dated l_ebruary 11, 1998
BY _v, b _ ;',;f_ !, in Case Nos. U-11290 and U-11453
U-14471
ORDER ____________________ S_!_;q,_ _ _,_,_:_;:!3h and for self implementing in Case No. U-13917

JKB
REMOVED BY_______________
, JAN1 6 2004
05-24-05
DATE _____________________

flt [ i" _
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-65.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-65.00
(To replace "PSCR" with "Base Rate Adjustment")

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-64.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on
Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

If the 0n-peak kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA)
demand for the same interval, then the on-peak demand shall be reduced by 2 %.

If the maximum kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum kilovolt-ampere (kVA)
•demand for the same interval, then the maximum demand shall be reduced by 2%.
Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute kW demand (excluding any contracted maximum
supplemental demand) created during the current month, except that in no case shall it be less than 80% of the
actual maximum kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval. Should this demand be greater than the
contracted maximum standby demand, then it shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand.
On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shaU be the highest 15-minute, on-peak kW demand (excluding any contracted
maximum supplemental demand) occurring each day in which standby service is utilized except that in no case
shall it be less than 80% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval.
Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at a nominal voltage of more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment,
a substation ownership credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.
Base Rate Adjustment:

This rate is subject to the Base Rate Adjustment shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.
Minimum Charge:

The customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2 % of the
unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown
thereon.

Schedule of On-Peak and Off-Peak Hours:

For purposes of applying the standby and maintenance power provisions of this rate, the on-peak hours shall be
11:00 AM to 7:00 PM for each weekday (Monday through Friday) excluding the holidays of New Year's Day,
Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. All other times shall be
considered off-peak.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-66.00)


Issued February 25, 1998 by Effective January 1, 1998
D. W. Joos, ._,
Presiden and Chief Exeeutlve_Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the

Jacks°i _Miehiga_k_'
_'_'_:_:"_i-I _i_-_l__]'
_ I_, _[/_ _ _ Michigan Public 11,
dated February Service
1998 Commission
0_,9_¢_____A__=_---'-- _._ t _" [ in Case Nos. U-11290 and U-11453
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-65.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-65.00
(To revise the Due Date and Late Payment Charge
provision to comply with Rule D1.5)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-64.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Cantd)

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rate is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on
Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

If the on-peak kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA)
demand for the same interval, then the on-peak demand shall be reduced by 2%.

If the maximum kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum kilovolt-ampere (kVA)
demand for the same interval, then the maximum demand shall be reduced by 2%.

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute kW demand (excluding any contracted maximum
supplemental demand) created during the current month, except that in no case shall it be less than 80% of the
actual maximum kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval. Should this demand be greater than the
contracted maximum standby demand, then it shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand.

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shah be the highest 15-minute, on-peak kW demand (excluding any contracted
maximum supplemental demand) occurring each day in which standby service is utilized except that in no case
shall it be less than 80% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at a nominal voltage of more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment,
a substation ownership credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Power Supply Cost Recovery:

This rate is subject to the Company's Power Supply Cost Recovery Factors shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:


The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the
unpaid balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown
thereon.

Schedule of On-Peak and Off-Peak Hours:

11:00 AM to 7:00 PM for e_mtf'weekday (Mo_ay


ra,o
through Friday) excluding the holidays of New Year's Day,
Memorial Day, Indep.e,nd_c.e Day, _ay, _(hanksgiving Day and Chrisl_aas Day. All other times shall be
consideredo. \
\ _" "_ I\_ _,,\
_ " _,_ (Continued on Sheet No. E-66.00)
Issued May 10, 1996 by \ " • _ _ Effective for service rendered on
R. P. Lefere, Jr., \ .q_,_), __-
_,°'__)/_'>- and after May 10, 1996
Vice President of Electric M_arketing_an._g,.,, __ _O_
J_ickson, Michigan - \ V,._.- _,..,_.- r_ _L_=/_//'_
,y_
....._ _.__ r_ _':\_)
---,_ %_, Issued under authority of the
\/ _f % " " ___ Michigan Public Service Commission
_ c:_ _" 00 _ dated April 10, 1996

• _ ['lA ( (_ '.h 1_ _/] in Case No. U-10661


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-65.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. E-65.00
To revise the rate and consolidate Rates CG-1 and CG-2)

COGENERATION AND SM_ALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-64.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

General Terms and Surcharges:

This rote is subject to all general terms and conditions shown on Sheet No. E-1.00, and surcharges shown on
Sheet No. E-2.00.

Adjustment for Power Factor:

If the on-peak kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA)
demand for the same interval, then the on-peak demand shall be reduced by 2%.

If the maximum kW demand is equal to or greater than 90% of the actual maximum kilovolt-ampere (kVA)
demand for the same interval, then the maximum demand shall be reduced by 2%.
Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute kW demand (excluding any contracted maximum
supplemental demand) created during the current month, except that in no case shall it be less than 80% of the
actual maximum kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval. Should this demand be greater than the
contracted maximum standby demand, then it shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand.

On-Peak BRI_ng Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be the highest 15-minute, on-peak kW demand (excluding any contracted
maximum supplemental demand) occurring each day in which standby service is utilized except that in no case
shall it be less than 80% of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at a nominal voltage of more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment,
a substation ownership credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Power Supply Cost Recovery:

This rate is subject to the Company's Power Supply Cost Recovery Factors shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The customer charge included in the raW.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer biLlshall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the
unpaid balance outstanding, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date
shown thereon.

Schedule of On-Peak and Off-Peak Hours:

For purposes of applying the standby and maintenance power provisions of this rate, the on-peak hours shah be
Ii:00AM to 7:00PM foreachweekday (Monday throughFriday)excluding theholidays ofNew Year'sDay,
MemorialDay, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and ChristmasDay. Allothertimesshall be
considered off-peak.

.... (Continued on Sheet No. E-66.00)


/ Effective for service rendered on

M. G. Morris, /._ ',


':, __ andaRerMay 11, 1994
Issued
PresidentAugust29, 1994by_
& Chigf_E_utiv ......
_, _¢_: ( -_ _ _
Jacks°n,Micl_.'__ If .,(_- ",_,li_ _v-_J _,_ Issuedunderauthority ofthe
•,.,_'_ , _ _ t_%% _ i._# - tO| Michigan Public Service Commission

/-_ :'_ "_ k _Y7 :_'_t_" _I in Case No. U-I0335 and the

_)'O" _ -_,. " " __e inCase No. U-I0335


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-_.00
Consumers Power Company _ Fwst Revised Sheet No. E-65.00
(To cancel sheet)

This sheet has been cancelled.

||ued June 6, 1994 by Effective for _ rendered on


M. G. Morris, and after May 11, 1994
Pr_ident & Chief Executive Offi_'r,
Jackson, Michigtn Issued under authority of the
MichiganPublic Service Commission
dated May 10, 1994
in Case No. U-10335
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric F'wst Revised Sheet No. E-6$.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Ori_vml Sheet No. E-65.00
(To revise the Schedule of On-Peak and Off-Peak Hours)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Continued From Sheet No. E-64.00)

Ol_ionul Standby Rate: (Contd)

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute kW demand (excluding any contracted maximum supplemental demand)
created during the current month, except that in no case shall it be le._ than 80% of the actual maximum kilovolt-ampere (kVA)
demand for the same interval. Should this demand be greater than the contracted maximum standby demand, then it shall become
the new contracted maximum standby demand.

On-Peak Billln_ Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be the highest 15-minute, on-peak kW demand (excluding any contracted maximum supplemental
demand) occurring each day in which standby service is utilized except that in no case shall it be less than 80% of the actual
maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at a nominal voltage of more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation
ownership credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Power Supply Cost Recovery:

This rate is subject to the Company's Power Supply Cost Recovery Factors shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The customer charge included in the rate,

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid balance
outstanding, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Schedule of On-Peak and Off-Peak Hours:

For purposes of applying the optional standby and maintenance power provisions of this rate, the on-peak hours shall be 11:00 AM
to 7:00 PM for each weekday (Monday through Friday) excluding the holidays of New Year:s Day, Memorial Day, Independence
Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. All other times shall be considered off-peak.

(tongued on Sheet No. E-66.00)

Issued August 29, 1991 by \ :/_


.3"-5_'l'_0'_'
. - _/'_ ....... Effective for service rendered on
F. W. Buckman, 'i_ and after August 2, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer, .....,---'" ....
Jackson, Michigan _.f _" Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated July 31, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-65.00
Consumers Power Company

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Continued From Sheet No. E-64.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

Maximum Demand:

The maximum demand shall be the highest 15-minute kW demand (excluding any contracted maximum supplemental de-
mand) created during the current month, except that in no case shall it be less than 80% of the actual maximum kilovolt-am-
pere (kVA) demand for the same interval. Should this demand be greater than the contracted maximum standby demand,
then it shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand.

On-Peak Billing Demand:

The on-peak billing demand shall be the highest 15-minute, on-peak kW demand (excluding any contracted maximum
supplemental demand) occurring each day in which standby service is utilized except that in no case shall it be less than 80%
of the actual maximum on-peak kilovolt-ampere (kVA) demand for the same interval.

Substation Ownership Credit:

Where service is supplied at a nominal voltage of more than 25,000 volts through customer-owned equipment, a substation
ownership credit may be applicable in accordance with Rule D5., Substation Ownership Credit.

Power Supply Cost Recovery:

This rate is subject to the Company's Power Supply Cost Recovery Factors shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:

The customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance outstanding, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Schedule of On-Peak and Off-Peak Hours:

For purposes of applying the optional standby and maintenance power provisions of this rate, the on-peak hours shall be
10:00 AM to 8:00 PM for each weekday (Monday through Friday) excluding the holidays of New Year's Day, Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. All other times shall be considered off-peak.

_- ,\ (Continued on Sheet No. E-66.00)


Issued May 28, 1991 by _ za_ tH.o ', " Effective for service rendered on

Issued under authority of the


Michigan PuNic Service Commission
"__aef O____._ and after May 8, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
,_,_, qO_ _-{,_)j,_ _'_;; _';'_'_,_ dated May 7, 1991
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-65.10
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-65.10
(To reformat page)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

Renewable Resources Program (RRP): (Contd)

Payment Option 2
The customer may purchase RRP Participation Certificates in the amount of $2.50 per certificate per month. Each
certificate shall represent 150 kWh of renewable electric energy procured by the Company in the RRP. Customers may
purchase any number of RRP Certificates. In the event the amount of energy represented in the customer's RRP
Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the billing period, no reconciliation shall be
made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the customer's selected RRP Participation
Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive billing periods, the customer may modify
the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected.

Payment Option 3
Customers who purchase 100 or more RRP Participation Certificates a month may purchase certificates for $2.00 per
certificate per month. The 100 block minimum must be applied to the customer's single billing account. To qualify for the
discounted certificate price, the number of certificates (totaling a minimum of 100) to be billed against the customer's billing
account must be specified in advance by the customer in a written agreement. In order to maximize the number of
customers eligible to participate in the RRP, the Company may limit the number of RRP Participation Certificates available
for the discounted premium to 25% of the total renewable electric energy procured for the RRP. In the event the amount of
energy represented in the customer's RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the
billing period, no reconciliation shall be made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the
customer's selected RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive
billing periods, the customer may modify the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected, but the number shall not
be less than 100 RRP Participation Certificates per month.

Proceeds from the renewable resources premium as described in Payment Option 1 and proceeds from the RRP Certificates
as described in Payment Options 2 and 3 shall be used solely for the RRP as set forth in Rule B19.

A customer who participates in the RRP is subject to the provisions contained in Rule B19, Renewable Resources Program.

Service under the RRP shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year and a maximum term of ten years.

Minimum Charge:

The customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:

The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Schedule of On-Peak and Off-Peak Hours:

For purposes of applying the standby and maintenance power provisions of this rate, the on-peak hours shall be 11:00
AM to 7:00 PM for each weekday (Monday through Friday) excluding the holidays of New Year's Day, Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. All other times shall be considered off-peak.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-66.00)

Issued January 12, 2006 by Michigan Public Service Effective for service rendered on
J. G. Russell, Commission and after January 11, 2006
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan
January 23, 2006 Issued under authority of the
Filed _______________ Michigan Public Service Commission
CANCELLED dated December 22, 2005 and January 10, 2006
BY
U-15433
ORDER ____________________ in Case No. U-14347
RL
REMOVED BY_______________

DATE 11-09-07
_____________________
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Original Sheet No. E-65.10
Consumers Energy Company
(To add Renewable Resources Program
and to reformat page)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

Renewable Resources Program (RRP): (Contd)

Payment Option 2
The customer may purchase RRP Participation Certificates in the amount of $2.50 per certificate per month. Each certificate
shall represent 150 kWh of renewable electric energy procured by the Company in the RRP. Customers may purchase any
number of RRP Certificates. In the event the amount of energy represented in the customer's RRP Participation Certificates
exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the billing period, no reconciliation shall be made on the customer's
billing. If the amount of energy represented by the customer's selected RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's
actual kWh consumption for three consecutive billing periods, the customer may modify the number of RRP Participation
Certificates selected.

Payment Option 3
Customers who purchase 100 or more RRP Participation Certificates a month may purchase certificates for $2.00 per
certificate per month. The 100 block minimum must be applied to the customer's single billing account. To qualify for the
discounted certificate price, the number of certificates (totaling a minimum of 100) to be billed against the customer's billing
account must be specified in advance by the customer in a written agreement. In order to maximize the number of customers
eligible to participate in the RRP, the Company may limit the number of RRP Participation Certificates available for the
discounted premium to 25% of the total renewable electric energy procured for the RRP. In the event the amount of energy
represented in the customer's RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for the billing
period, no reconciliation shall be made on the customer's billing. If the amount of energy represented by the customer's
selected RRP Participation Certificates exceeds the customer's actual kWh consumption for three consecutive billing periods,
the customer may modify the number of RRP Participation Certificates selected, but the number shall not be less than 100
RRP Participation Certificates per month.

Proceeds from the renewable resources premium as described in Payment Option 1 and proceeds from the RRP Certificates
as described in Payment Options 2 and 3 shall be used solely for the RRP as set forth in Rule B19.

A customer who participates in the RRP is subject to the provisions contained in Rule B19, Renewable Resources Program.

Service under the RRP shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year and a maximum term of ten years.

Power Supply Cost Recovery (PSCR) Factor:


This rate is subject to the PSCR Factor shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

Minimum Charge:
The customer charge included in the rate.

Due Date and Late Payment Charge:


The due date of the customer bill shall be 21 days from the date of mailing. A late payment charge of 2% of the unpaid
balance, net of taxes, shall be assessed to any bill which is not paid on or before the due date shown thereon.

Schedule of On-Peak and Off-Peak Hours:


For purposes of applying the standby and maintenance power provisions of this rate, the on-peak hours shall be 11:00
AM to 7:00 PM for each weekday (Monday through Friday) excluding the holidays of New Year's Day, Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. All other times shall be considered off-peak.
(Continued on Sheet No. E-66.00)

Issued May 11, 2005 by Effective October 2005 Billing Month


J. G. Russell, Michigan Public Service
Commission
President, Electric and Gas, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
CANCELLED
May 24, 2005
#Dproved
dated April 28, 2005
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________ in Case No. U-14471
Filed ________ ____
RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Fifteenth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourteenth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To revise and reformat rate)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.10)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or maintenance
power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power
An operator may contract for service from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its
General Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a
minimum term of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual
agreement between the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied
load, historically demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide change in
the customer's load has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. All
power taken under this provision in any hour up to and including the contract demand for supplemental power agreed to in
this paragraph shall be considered Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand for power used under this provision
shall be determined as provided for under the applicable rate. However, it shall not be less than 60% of the contract demand
for supplemental power and shall in no case be less than the minimum demand contained in the applicable rate. The
maximum demand for billing purposes shall be equal to the contracted maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power
Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. The thirty
days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power shall be
subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance period and
the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have agreed upon a
schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the agreed-upon schedule
impractical for either party, the other party shall upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust the schedule in a manner
that is mutually agreeable. During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand charge of $0.39 per kW per day
under the Optional Standby Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any supplemental power contract demand.
The operator shall continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all
supplemental power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental
power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such maintenance demand shall become the new contracted
maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power in excess of the contracted maximum supplemental demand
shall be billed at the following rate:

Power Supply Charges:

Customer Voltage Level 1 - Energy Charge: $0.031656 per kWh for all On-Peak kWh
$0.026070 per kWh for all Off-Peak kWh

Customer Voltage Level 2 - Energy Charge: $0.032918 per kWh for all On-Peak kWh
$0.027302 per kWh for all Off-Peak kWh

Customer Voltage Level 3 or 4 - Energy Charge: $0.034774 per kWh for all On-Peak kWh
$0.028852 per kWh for all Off-Peak kWh

This rate is subject to the Power Supply Cost Recovery (PSCR) Factor shown on Sheet No. E-3.00.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)

Issued January 12, 2006 by Michigan Public Service Effective for service rendered on
J. G. Russell, Commission and after January 11, 2006
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan
January 23, 2006 Issued under authority of the
Filed _______________ Michigan Public Service Commission
dated December 22, 2005 and January 10, 2006
CANCELLED in Case No. U-14347
BY
U-15433
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
11-09-07
DATE _____________________
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Fourteenth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.10)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or maintenance
power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power
An operator may contract for service from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its General
Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a minimum term
of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual agreement between
the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied load, historically
demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide change in the customer's load
has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. All power taken under this
provision in any hour up to and including the contract demand for supplemental power agreed to in this paragraph shall be
considered Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand for power used under this provision shall be determined as
provided for under the applicable rate. However, it shall not be less than 60% of the contract demand for supplemental
power and shall in no case be less than the minimum demand contained in the applicable rate. The maximum demand for
billing purposes shall be equal to the contracted maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power
Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. The thirty
days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power shall be
subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance period and
the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have agreed upon a
schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the agreed-upon schedule
impractical for either party, the other party shall upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust the schedule in a manner
that is mutually agreeable. During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand charge of $.39 per kW per day
under the Optional Standby Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any supplemental power contract demand. The
operator shall continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all
supplemental power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental
power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such maintenance demand shall become the new contracted
maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power in excess of the contracted maximum supplemental demand
shall be billed at the following rate:

On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge


$.029551 per kWh
$(.001102) per kWh Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment [Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]
$.028449 per kWh Total On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge

Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge


$.024551 per kWh
$(.001102) per kWh Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment [Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]
$.023449 per kWh Total Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge

Securitization Charges
$.001302 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000447 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

In addition, the operator shall pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor, Securitization
Charges and Late Payment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)


Michigan Public Service
Issued November 16, 2005 by Effective for bills rendered on
Commission
J. G. Russell, and after December 1, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan
November 28, 2005 Issued under authority of the
CANCELLED Michigan Public Service Commission
BY
U-14347,U-6300
Filed _______________
ORDER ____________________ dated November 10, 2005
in Case No. U-12505
RL
REMOVED BY_______________

DATE 01-24-06
_____________________
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Twelfth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To revise "Continued From" Sheet No.)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.10)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or maintenance
power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power
An operator may contract for service from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its General
Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a minimum term
of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual agreement between
the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied load, historically
demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide change in the customer's load
has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. All power taken under this
provision in any hour up to and including the contract demand for supplemental power agreed to in this paragraph shall be
considered Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand for power used under this provision shall be determined as
provided for under the applicable rate. However, it shall not be less than 60% of the contract demand for supplemental
power and shall in no case be less than the minimum demand contained in the applicable rate. The maximum demand for
billing purposes shall be equal to the contracted maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power
Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. The thirty
days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power shall be
subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance period and
the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have agreed upon a
schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the agreed-upon schedule
impractical for either party, the other party shall upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust the schedule in a manner
that is mutually agreeable. During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand charge of $.39 per kW per day
under the Optional Standby Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any supplemental power contract demand. The
operator shall continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all
supplemental power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental
power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such maintenance demand shall become the new contracted
maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power in excess of the contracted maximum supplemental demand
shall be billed at the following rate:
On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
$ .029565 per kWh
$(.001102) per kWh Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment [Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]
$ .028463 per kWh Total On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
$ .024565 per kWh
$(.001102) per kWh Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment [Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment]
$ .023463 per kWh Total Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
Securitization Charges
$.001311 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000424 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

CANCELLED
In addition, the operator shall pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor, Securitization
BY Charges and Late Payment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.
U-6300,U-12505
ORDER ____________________
(Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)
RL
REMOVED BY_______________
Issued May12-01-05
11, 2005 by
DATE _____________________ Effective October 2005 Billing Month
Michigan Public Service
J. G. Russell, Commission
President, Electric and Gas, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
May 24, 2005
#Dproved
dated April 28, 2005
Filed ________ ____
in Case No. U-14471
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric _ Twelfth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eleventh Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To add the Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment)
CANCELLED
BY
COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER U-14471
ORDER ____________________

PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG JKB


REMOVED BY_______________
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)
05-24-05
DATE _____________________
Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or maintenance
power under the following provisions:
1. Supplemental Power
An operator may contract for service t_om the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its General
Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a minimum term.
of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual agreement between
the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied load, historically •
demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide change in the customer's load
has oc_rred, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. All power taken under this
provision in any hour up to and including the contract demand for supplemental power agreed' to in this paragraph shall be
considered Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand for power used under this provision shall be determined as
provided for under the applicable rate. However, it shall not be less than 60% of the contract demand for supplemental - :
power and shall in no case be less than the minimum demand contained in the applicable rate. The maximum demand for
billing purposes shall be equal to the conlracted maximum supplemental demand in kW.
2. Maintenance Power
Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. _Thethirty .'.
days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power shall be ...
subject t9 a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance period and _:: :.
the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have agreed upon a
schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the agreed-upon schedule ".. -
impractical for either party, the other party shall upon request makexeasonable efforts to adjust the schedule in a manner=
that is mutually agreeable. During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand charge of $.39 per kW per day . :, _.
under the Optional Standby Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any supplemental power contract demand.'The .-
operator shall continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all =
supplemental power chargek When the actual maintenance maximum demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental . '..
power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such maintenance demand shall become the new contracted
maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power in excess of the contracted maximum supplemental demand ,
shall be billed at the following rate: "
On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
$ .029565 per kWh
$(.OOl102) per kWh Rate Reduction CreditAdjustment [Public Act 141 of 2000, Section 10d(5) Adjustment._]
$ . 028463 per kWh Total On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge .
$ .024565 per kWh
$(.001102) per kWh Rate Reduction Credit Adjustment l-Public Act 141 of 2000, Section lOd(5) Adjustment] .
$ . 023463 per kWh Total Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
Securitization Charges
$.001311 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000424 per kwh Securitization Tax Charge

In addition, the operator shall pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor, Securitization
Charges and Late Payment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.. _
(Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)

Issued December 22, 2004 by MichiganPublicservice


J. G. Russell, Commission and after January 3, 2005
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan ,Jal'lLl_ilaJ J 2, 2005 Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
Filed_ dated October 24, rendered
2000 and January 4, 2001
f l Effective for bills on
6' in Case No. U-12505 and dated November 23, 2004
in Case Nos. U-13720 and U-14098
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Eleventh Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To reflect seeuritization true-up)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or
maintenance power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power
An operator may contract for service from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its
General Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a
minimum term of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual
agreement between the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied
load, historically demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide change
in the customer's load has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate.
All power taken under this provision in any hour up to and including the contract demand for supplemental power
agreed to in this paragraph shall be considered Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand for power used under
this provision shall be determined as provided for under the applicable rate. However, it shall not be less than 60% of
the contract demand for supplemental power and shall in no case be less than the minimum demand contained in the
applicable rate. The maximum demand for billing purposes shall be equal to the contracted maximum supplemental
demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power
Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. The
thirty days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power
shall be subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance
period and the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have
agreed upon a schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the
agreed-upon schedule impractical for either party, the other party shall upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust
the schedule in a manner that is mutually agreeable. During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand
charge of $.39 per kW per day under the Optional Standby Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any
supplemental power contract demand. The operator shall continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge
provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all supplemental power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum
demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such
maintenance demand shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power in
excess of the contracted maximum supplemental demand shall be billed at the following rate:
_-- - " , IIII [ J .

cAmzttt av L_ _l _-D_- On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge

,)roEr..6t
,
.....
__l_q,_
__o' ' /] "dO _, $.029565 per kwh
Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
.• ,

"[{[J_O_ [_ d _ ___ _ $.024565 perkWh _:;.. ..


:' '- " '"' Securitizafion Charges _ '

1_'_• - _ [ --......[ _ - 0 _-
:- ,,,. $.001311 per
$.000424 per kWh
kWh Securitization
Securifization Tax
Charge
Charge , .

"' ' ....... " = In ad(iition,the d erator shall pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Power Supply Cost Recovery Facto'r, Securitization
Charges and Late Payment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.
(Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)

Issued November 30, 2004 by Effective for hills rendered on


Michigan
PublicService
J. G. Russell, Commission and after December 1, 2004
President, Electric and Gas, I I

Jackson, Michigan [ December 14, 20041 Issned under authority of the


I I Michigan Public Service Commission
Flied_ dated November 23, 2004
in Case No. U-12505
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Tenth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To change "Base Rate Adjustments" to
"Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor")

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)


An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or
maintenance power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power
An operator may contract for service from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its
General Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a
minimum term of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual
agreement between the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied
load, historically demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide
change in the customer's load has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where
appropriate. All power taken under this provision in any hour up to and including the contract demand for
supplemental power agreed to in this paragraph shall be considered Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand
for power used under this provision shall be determined as provided for under the applicable rate. However, it shall not
be less than 60% of the contract demand for supplemental power and shall in no case be less than the minimum
demand contained in the applicable rate. The maximum demand for billing purposes shall be equal to the contracted
maximum supplemental demand in kW.
2. Maintenance Power
Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. The
thirty days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power
shall be subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance
period and the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have
agreed upon a schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the
agreed-upon schedule impractical for either party, the other party shall upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust
the schedule in a manner that is mutually agreeable. During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand
charge of $.39 per kW per day under the Optional Standby Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any
supplemental power contract demand. The operator shall continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge
provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all supplemental power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum
demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such
maintenance demand shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power
in excess of the contracted maximum supplemental demand shall be billed at the following rate:

On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge


$.029582 per kWh
Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
$.024582 per kWh
Securitization Charges
$.001299 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000419 per kwh Securitization Tax Charge

In addition, the operator shall pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Power Supply Cost Recovery Factor, Securitization
Charges and Late Payment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.
(Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)

Issued December 19, 2003 by Effective January 2004 Billing Month


J. G. Russell, _
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, _ii__ Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan _?_ gMichigan Public Service Commission
dated October 18, 1983 in Case No. U-7511,

CANCELLEDBY ........... _ --_-_L'__ r'_._l _ _ dated February 11, 1998


ORDER [fi_- _ _-_5 _!:,_L.:[ _q,_,', _?_,3,_ inCaseNos. U-11290 andU-11453
r _-- q and for self implementing in Case No. U-13917

REMOVEDBY _ L..
JAN1 6 2004
DATE 1"2--"-]
q"'- 0 q t
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Ninth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To reflect secnritization true-up)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)
Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or
maintenance power under the following provisions:
1. Supplemental Power
An operator may contract for service from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its
General Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a
minimum term of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual
agreement between the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied
load, historically demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide
change in the customer's load has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where
appropriate. All power taken under this provision in any hour up to and including the contract demand for
supplemental power agreed to in this paragraph shall be considered Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand
for power used under this provision shall be determined as provided for under the applicable rate. However, it shall not
be less than 60% of the contract demand for supplemental power and shall in no case be less than the minimum
demand contained in the applicable rate. The maximum demand for billing purposes shall be equal to the contracted
maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power
Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. The
thirty days may b e used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power
shall be'subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance
period and the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have
agreed upon a schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the
agreed-upon schedule impractical for either party, the other party shall upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust
the schedule in a manner that is mutually agreeable. During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand
charge of $.39 per kW per day under the Optional Standby Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any
supplemental power contract demand. The operator shall continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge
provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all supplemental power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum
demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such
maintenance demand shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power
in excess of the contracted maximum supplemental demand shall be billed at the following rate:
On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
$.029582 per kWh

Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge


$.024582 per kWh

Securitization Charges
$.001299 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000419 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

In addition, the operator shall pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Base Rate Adjustments, Securitization Charges and
Late Payment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.
(Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)

Issued December 2, 2003 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, and after December 2, 2003
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
1 Michigan Public Service Commission

_t_t _-_--_- dated November 25, 2003


___'___]. hqC4"lii5
_, PUBtIC in Case No. U-12505

,, i JAN13 i
\.-kkS t__
FIt[B _
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Eighth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To reflect securitization true-up)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)


An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or
maintenance power under the following provisions:
1. Supplemental Power
An operator may contract for service from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its
General Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a
minimum term of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual
agreement between the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied
load, historically demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide
change in the customer's load has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where
appropriate. All power taken under this provision in any hour up to and including the contract demand for
supplemental power agreed to in this paragraph shall be considered Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand
for power used under this provision shall be determined as provided for under the applicable rate. However, it shall not
be less than 60% of the contract demand for supplemental power and shall in no case be less than the minimum
demand contained in the applicable rate. The maximum demand for billing purposes shall be equal to the contracted
maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power
Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. The
thirty days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power
shall be subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance
period and the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have
agreed upon a schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the
agreed-upon schedule impractical for either party, the other party shall upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust
the schedule in a manner that is mutually agreeable. During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand
charge of $.39 per kW per day under the Optional Standby Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any
supplemental power contract demand. The operator shall continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge
provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all supplemental power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum
demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such
maintenance demand shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power
in excess of the contracted maximum supplemental demand shall be billed at the following rate:
On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
$.029554 per kWh

Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge


$.024554 per kWh

Securitization Charges
$.001328 per kWh Securitization Charge
$.000418 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

In addition, the operator shall pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Base Rate Adjustments, Securitization Charges and
Late Payment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.

CANCELLED BY

0RDER-_L:_._ (Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)


I
Issued November 22, 2002 by t h.-_, ¢'_ Effective for bills rendered on
J. G. Russell, ,[ REMOV[_ BY_ ' and after December 3, 2002
President and Chief Executive Officer -_Electric,

Jackson, Michigan . DA'r - Michigan Public Service Commission


it _L_ Issued under authority of the
. _ ......... _. - dated November 7, 2002
in Case No. U-12505
MICHIGANPUBLIC
SERVICECOMMISSION

MARI 7 2003
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Seventh Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To reflect rate unbundling)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or
maintenance power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power
An operator may contract for service from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its
General Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a
minimum term of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual
agreement between the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied
load, historically demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide
change in the customer's load has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where
appropriate. All power taken under this provision in any hour up to and including the contract demand for
supplemental power agreed to in this paragraph shall be considered Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand
for power used under this provision shall be determined as provided for under the applicable rate. However, it shall not
be less than 60% of the contract demand for supplemental power and shall in no case be less than the minimum
demand contained in the applicable rate. The maximum demand for billing purposes shall be equal to the contracted
maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power
Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. The
thirty days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power
shall be subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance
period and the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have
agreed upon a schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the
agreed-upon schedule impractical for either party, the other party shall upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust
the schedule in a manner that is mutually agreeable. During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand
charge of $.39 per kW per day under the Optional Standby Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any
supplemental power contract demand. The operator shall continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge
provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all supplemental power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum
demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such
maintenance demand shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power
in excess of the contracted maximum supplemental demand shall be billed at the follo_ ! -----'-'--'-

On-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge G,I_C_L[._.D By


$.029623 per kWh ORD[_ (_t_O_J. _(_('_'7"7
Off-Peak Kilowatt-hour Charge
$.024623 per kWh RE_O_F-D _Y3 _$\ _ --

Securitization
$.001427Charges
per kWh Securitization Charge D_tT 3-" t'-_ _ _
$.000250 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge _ _ ....

In addition, the operator shall pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Base Rate Adjustments, Securitization Charges and
Late Payment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)

Issued June 4, 2002 by Effective for service rendered on

President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,


J. G. Russell, _ and after May 17, 2002
Jackson, Michigan /_v , _/_ Issued under authority of the

I,_c __ _,_
D L_
_:_ 2 --.z_\
_ Michigan
dated MayPublic Service Commission
16, 2002
JUN 5 2002 "_'-')1inCaseNo.U-12970
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To reflect Securitization and to reformat)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or
maintenance power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power
An operator may contract for service from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers
its General Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service
and for a minimum term of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such
service by mutual agreement between the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load,
regularly utility supplied load, historically demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant
factors. Where a bona fide change in the customer's load has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new
contract demand levels, where appropriate. All power taken under this provision in any hour up to and including
the contract demand for supplemental power agreed to in this paragraph shall be considered Supplemental Power.
The on-peak billing demand for power used under this provision shall be determined as provided for under the
applicable rate. However, it shall not be less than 60% of the contract demand for supplemental power and shall in
no case be less than the minimum demand contained in the applicable rate. The maximum demand for billing
purposes shall be equal to the contracted maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power
Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year.
The thirty days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such
maintenance power shall be subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the
commencement of the maintenance period and the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If,
after the Company and the operator have agreed upon a schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial
change in circumstances which makes the agreed-upon schedule impractical for either party, the other party shall
upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust the schedule in a manner that is mutually agreeable. During the
period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand charge of $.39 per kW per day under the Optional Standby
Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any supplemental power contract demand. The operator shall
continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all
supplemental power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum demand level (excluding any demand for
supplemental power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such maintenance demand shall become
the new contracted maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power in excess of the contracted
maximum supplemental demand shall be billed at the following rate:

On-Peak Energy Charge


$.029623 per kWh

Off-Peak Energy Charge


$.024623 per kWh

Securitization Charges
$.001427 per kwh Securitization Charge
$.000250 per kWh Securitization Tax Charge

In addition, the operator shail pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Base Rate Adjustments, Sec
and Late Payment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)

Issued November 14, 2001 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, _ and after November 30, 2001
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric,
Jackson, Michigan Z._- " - "Q_\ Issued under authority of the
[,@_ _Michigan Public Service Commission
I_ ....... ,_tlated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001

_ I_ 0 _0_ _tnCaseNo. U-12505


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To replace "PSCR" Adjustments with "Base Rate" Adjustments)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or
maintenance power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power

An operator may contract for service from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers
its General Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service
and for a minimum term of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such
service by mutual agreement between the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load,
regularly utility supplied load, historically demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant
factors. Where a bona fide change in the customer's load has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new-
contract demand levels, where appropriate:'AU power taken under this provision in any hour up to and including
the contract demand for supplemental power agreed to in this paragraph shall be considered Supplemental Power.
The on-peak billing demand for power used under this provision shall be determined as provided for under the
applicable rate. However, it shall not be less than 60% of the contract demand for supplemental power and shall
in no case be less than the minimum demand contained in the applicable rate. The maximum demand for billing
purposes shall be equal to the contracted maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power

Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year.
The thirty days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such
maintenance power shall be subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the
commencement of the maintenance period and the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If,
after the Company and the operator have agreed upon a schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial
change in circumstances which makes the agreed-upon schedule impractical for either party, the other party shall
upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust the schedule in a manner that is mutually agreeable. During the
period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand charge of $.39 per kW per day under the Optional Standby
Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any supplemental power contract demand. The operator shall
continue to pay the monthly maximum deman d charge provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all supplemental
power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental
power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such maintenance demand shall become the new
contracted maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power in ex e._._nf the contracted maximum
supplemental demand shall be billed at the following rate: CANCELLEDBYORDER--I

$.0313 per kWh for kWh consumed on-peak INCASE NO. U-t3__o.
I_._l
$.0263 per kWh for kWh consumed off-peak JAN 0 __ Z001 [
In addition, the operator shall pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Base Rate tdiustments and Late Pavmentl
Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate. REMOVED
BY
Term and Form of Contract:

Purchases and standby service under this rate shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year.
(Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)
Issued February 25, 1998 by Effective January 1, 1998
D. W. Joos,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan Michigan Public Service Commission
dated February 11, 1998
in Case Nos. U-11290 and U-11453
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To revise the rate and eonsolldate Rates CG-1 and CG-2)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Opt/onal Standby Rate shall also be eligtT01eto receive supplemental power and/or
maintenance power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power

An operator may contract for service from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers
its General Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service
and for a minimum term of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such
service by mutual agreement between the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load,
regularly utility supplied load, historically demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant
factors. Where a bona fide change in the customer's load has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new
contract demand levels, where appropriate. All power taken under this provision in any hour up to and including
the contract demand for supplemental power agreed to in this paragraph shall be considered Supplemental Power.
The on-peak billing demand for power used under this provision shall be determined as provided for under the
applicable rate. However, it shall not be less than 60% of the contract demand for supplemental power and shall
in no case be less than the minimum demand contained in the applicable rate. The magnum demand for billing
purposes shah be equal to the contracted maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power

Standby service for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year.
The thirty days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such
maintenance power shall be subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the
commencement of the maintenance period and the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If,
after the Company and the operator have agreed upon a scheduIe for maintenance power there is a substantial
change in circumstances which makes the agreed-upon schedule impractical for either party, the other party shall
upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust the schedule in a manner that is mutually agreeable. During the
period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand charge of $.39 per kW per day under the Opt/onal Standby
Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any supplemental power contract demand. The operator shall
continue to pay the monthly rnax_um demand charge provided in the Opt/onal Standby Rate and all supplemental
power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental
power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such maintenance demand shall become the new
contracted maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power in excess of the contracted maximum
supplemental demand shall be billed at the following rate:

$.0313 per kWh for kWh consumed on-peak


$.0263 per kwh for kWh consumed off-peak

In addition, the operator shall pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Power Supply Cost Recovery Adjustments and
Late Payment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.

Term and Form of Contract:

Purchases and standby service under this rate shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year.
/_ ,, (Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)
Issued August 29, 1994 by _ '_, _ Effective for service rendered on
M. G. Morris, / / _ _G SE_V/c_-_ and aRer May 11, 1994
President & Chief Exeeuti'y,_Offi__ _._,'_ C_
Jackson,Michigan/_ _/ - _'<-_L_" 0 -_\ Issuedunderauthority
ofthe

\ _v _ \ - I hl_ _,,_6 r r _ i_o_ _ in Case No. U-10335 and the

__ _'4,. _ "%. inCaseNo. U-10335

___ \_.1
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet N6. E-(,6.00
Consumers Power Company Caneek Second Revised Sheet No. F.,-66.00
To cancel sheet)

Thissheethas beencancelled.

Issued June 6, 1994 by Effective for service rendered on


M. G. Morris, and after May 11, 1994
President & Chief Executive Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
M_,an PublicServiceCommission
datedMay 10, 1994
in Cue No. U-10335
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Power Company _ Cancels FL,'st Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
(To revise rates)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or maintenance
power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power

An operator may contract for power from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its General
Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a minimum term
of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual agreement between the
Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied load, historically demonstrated
load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide change in the customcr_ s load has occurred,
the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. All power taken under this provision in any
hour up to and including the contract demand for supplemental power agreed to in this paragraph shall he considered
Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand for power used under this provision shall be determined as provided for under
the applicable rate. However, it shall not be less than 60% of the contract demand for supplemental power and shall in no case
be less than the minimum demand contained in the applicable rate. The maximum demand for billing purposes shall be equal
to the contracted maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power

Standby power for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. The thirty days
may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power shall be subject to
a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance period and the Company _s
agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have agreed upon a schedule for
maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the agreed-upon schedule impractical for either
party, the other party shall upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust the schedule in a manner that is mutually agreeable.
During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand charge of 38¢ per kW per day under the Optional Standby Rate
shall be waived for the demand in excess of any supplemental power contract demand. The operator shall continue to pay the
monthly maximum demand charge provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all supplemental power charges. When the actual
maintenance maximum demand level (excluding any demand for supplemental power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby
demand, such maintenance demand shall become the new contracted maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance
power in excess of the contracted maximum supplemental demand shall be billed at the following rate:

3.12¢ per kWh for kwh consumed on-peak


2.62¢ per kWh for kwh consumed off-peak

In addition, the operator will pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Power Supply Cost Rccovery Adjustments and Late Payment
Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.

TermPurchases
and Formundcr
of Contract:
this rate shall require a written contract.with a on_
o/_f
inimjum*term _year.

Issued August 29, 1991 by Effective for service rendered on


F. W. Buckman, "_ '_ . -_ " "f and after August 2, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated July 31, 1991
in Case No. U-9346
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric First Revised Sheet No. E-66.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Original Sheet No. E-66.00
To revise rates)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agre_ to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or mainte-
nance power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power

An operator may contract for power from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its Gen-
eral Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a mini-
mum term of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual agree-
ment between the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied load,
historically demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide change in
the customer's load has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. All
power taken under this provision in any hour up to and including the contract demand for supplemental power agreed to in
this paragraph shall be considered Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand for power used under this provision
shall be determined as provided for under the applicable rate. However, it shall not be less than 60% of the contract de-
mand for supplemental power and shall in no ease be less than the minimum demand contained in the applicable rate. The
maximum demand for billing purposes shall be equal to the contracted maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power

Standby power for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. The thirty
days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power shall be
subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance period and
the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have agreed upon a
schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the agreed-upon schedule
impractical for either party, the other party shall upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust the schedule in a manner
that is mutually agreeable. During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand charge of 38¢ per kW per day
under the Optional Standby Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any supplemental power contract demand.
The operator shall continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all
supplemental power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum demand level (excluding any demand for supple-
mental power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such maintenance demand shall become the new con-
tracted maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power in excess of the contracted maximum supplemental
demand shall be billed at the following rate:

2.97¢ per kWh for kWh consumed on-peak


2.50¢ per kWh for kWh consumed off-peak

In addition, the operator will pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Power Supply Cost Recovery Adjustments and Late Pay-
ment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.

Term and Form of Contract:

Purchases under this rate shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

(Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)

Issued July 17, 1991 by Effective for service rendered on


F. W. Buckman, ° and after July 2, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer, / _' _ \_

_,'_l_. _'_ _ Michigan Public Service Commission


._i_,_._._._D."'_ dated July 1, 1991

Jackson, Michigan / . ._ 2_ _l(_i _ Issued under authority of the


M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. 1£-66.00
Consumers Power Company

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Continued From Sheet No. E-65.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

An operator who has agreed to this Optional Standby Rate shall also be eligible to receive supplemental power and/or mainte-
nance power under the following provisions:

1. Supplemental Power

An operator may contract for power from the Company to supplement its generation. The Company only offers its Gen-
eral Service Secondary Rate C, or its Primary Rates D, F, J and PS-3, as modified below, for such service and for a mini-
mum term of one year. A contract demand for supplemental power shall be established for such service by mutual agree-
ment between the Company and the operator with consideration given to connected load, regularly utility supplied load,
historically demonstrated load, permanent equipment changes and other relevant factors. Where a bona fide change in
the customer's load has occurred, the Company shall recontract for new contract demand levels, where appropriate. All
power taken under this provision in any hour up to and including the contract demand for supplemental power agreed to in
this paragraph shall be considered Supplemental Power. The on-peak billing demand for power used under this provision
shall be determined as provided for under the applicable rate. However, it shall not be less than 60% of the contract de-
mand for supplemental power and shall in no case be less than the minimum demand contained in the applicable rate. The
maximum demand for billing purposes shall be equal to the contracted maximum supplemental demand in kW.

2. Maintenance Power

Standby power for maintenance shall be available to an operator for a maximum of thirty days per contract year. The thirty
days may be used consecutively or divided between two or three maintenance periods. Such maintenance power shall be
subject to a written request by the operator at least ninety days prior to the commencement of the maintenance period and
the Company's agreement within thirty days of such request. If, after the Company and the operator have agreed upon a
schedule for maintenance power there is a substantial change in circumstances which makes the agreed-upon schedule
impractical for either party, the other party shall upon request make reasonable efforts to adjust the schedule in a manner
that is mutually agreeable. During the period of maintenance power, the on-peak demand charge of 38¢ per kW per day
under the Optional Standby Rate shall be waived for the demand in excess of any supplemental power contract demand.
The operator shall continue to pay the monthly maximum demand charge provided in the Optional Standby Rate and all
supplemental power charges. When the actual maintenance maximum demand level (excluding any demand for supple-
mental power) exceeds the contracted maximum standby demand, such maintenance demand shall become the new con-
tracted maximum standby demand. Energy use for maintenance power in excess of the contracted maximum supplemental
demand shall be billed at the following rate:

3.08¢ per kWh for kWh consumed on-peak


2.59¢ per kWh for kWh consumed off-peak

In addition, the operator will pay the same Surcharges, Credits, Power Supply Cost Recovery Adjustments and Late Pay-
ment Charges applicable to the Optional Standby Rate.

Term and Form of Contract:

Purchases under this rate shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

_' (Continued on Sheet No. E-67.00)

Issued May 28, 1991 by ._ t/ I f_ _/\ Effective for service rendered on


F. W. Buckman, ._[ ., (_-_d, _" \ and after May 8, 1991
President & Chief Operating Offic-_h _'" _ _\\
Jackson, Michigan , _'_'_'_"_ .,-_Pk __ Issued under authority of the
O_" " _ _(_ _ ,,or . i _-* . -_-_,,L Michigan Public Service Commission
in Case No. U-9346
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Sixth Revised Sheet No. E-67.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-67.00
(To revise the Distribution Charges)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-66.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

Delivery Charges:

Customer Voltage Level 1 -Distribution Charge: $0.005643 per kWh for all kWh

Customer Voltage Level 2 -Distribution Charge: $0.005756 per kWh for all kWh

Customer Voltage Level 3 or 4 -Distribution Charge: $0.002325 per kWh for all kWh

This rate is subject to the Surcharges shown on Sheet Nos. E-2.00 through E-2.10 and the Securitization Charges shown on
Sheet No. E-3.10.

Term and Form of Contract:

Purchases and standby service under this rate shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

CANCELLED
BY
U-15433
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
11-09-07
DATE _____________________

Michigan Public Service


Issued February 15, 2006 by Commission Effective for service rendered on
J. G. Russell, and after February 10, 2006
February 16, 2006
President, Electric and Gas,
Jackson, Michigan Filed _______________ Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated December 22, 2005, January 10, 2006
and February 9, 2006
in Case No. U-14347
M.P.S .C. No. 12 - Electric Fifth Revised Sheet No. E-67.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-67.00
(To revise and reformat rate)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-66.00)

Optional Standby Rate: (Contd)

Delivery Charges:

Customer Voltage Level 1 - Distribution Charge: $0.003895 per kWh for all kWh

Customer Voltage Level 2 - Distribution Charge: $0.002830 per kWh for all kWh

Customer Voltage Level 3 or 4 - Distribution Charge: $0.000483 per kWh for all kWh

This rate is subject to the Surcharges shown on Sheet Nos. E-2.00 through E-2.10 and the Securitization Charges shown
on Sheet No. E-3.10.

Term and Form of Contract:

Purchases and standby service under this rate shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
02-16-06
DATE _____________________

Michigan Public Service


Issued January 12, 2006 by Commission
Effective for service rendered on
J. G. Russell, and after January 11, 2006
President, Electric and Gas, January 23, 2006
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Filed _______________ Michigan Public Service Commission
dated December 22, 2005 and January 10, 2006
in Case No. U-14347
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Fourth Revised Sheet No. E-67.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Third Revised Sheet No. E-67.00
(To reformat page)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-66.00)

Term and Form of Contract:

Purchases and standby service under this rate shall require a written contract with a minimum term of one year.

Definition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the transmission system or from the transmission
system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment
for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the
subtransmission system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the
distribution equipment for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary and Secondary Service:

Primary or secondary service is that service that does not qualify as either a transmission service or a
subtransmission service.

CANCELLED
BY
U-14347,U-6300
ORDER ____________________

RL
REMOVED BY_______________
01-24-06
DATE _____________________

Issued November 14, 2001 by Effective for bills rendered on


J. G. Russell, _..------_
_ ,. and aRer November 30, 2001
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, __

Michigan Public Service Commission


dated October 24, 2000 and January 4, 2001
Jackson, Michigan __ Issued under authority of the

[._) NOV _0 ZOO1 .__} in CaseNo.U-12505


M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Third Revised Sheet No. E-67.00
Consumers Energy Company Cancels Second Revised Sheet No. E-67.00
To revise Company name)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued From Sheet No. E-66.00)

Definition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the transmission system or from the transmission
system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment
for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the
subtransmission system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the
distribution equipment for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary and Secondary Service:

Primary or secondary service is that service that does not qualify as either a transmission service or a
subtransmission service.

CANCELLEDBY ORDER
, INCASENO.U-_
JAN 0 4 2001
,/._

REMOVED
BY (f.Yv-
f_

Issued May 14, 1998 by Effective: May 14,12998


D. W. Joos,
President and Chief Executive Officer - Electric, _ - Issued under authority of the
Jackson, Michigan •_,_ Michigan Public Service Commission
__ dated March 24, 1981
in no.
AJG 01998
}1
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - Electric Second Revised Sheet No. E-67.00
Consumers Power Company Cancels Fast Revised Sheet No. E-67.00
(To revise the rate and consolidate Rates CG-1 and CG-2)

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG
(Continued Prom Sheet No. E-66.00)

Defmition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that service either supplied directly from the transmission system or from the transmission
system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment
for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmlssion Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the
subtransmissinn system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the
distribution equipment for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary and Secondary Service:

Primary or secondary service is that service that does not qualify as either a transmission service or a
subtransmission service.

Issued August 29, 1994 by Effective for service rendered on


M. G. Morris, and aRer May 11, 1994
President & Chief Executive Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Publio Service Commission
dated August 18, 1994
in Case No. U-10335 and the
ERRATUM datedAugust23,1994
in Case No. U-10335
M.P.S.C. No. 12 - E_c_c Fw_ Revised She_ Nd. E-67._
Consumers Power Company Cance_ Or_hud She_ No. E-_7.00
To cancel sheet)

This sheet has been cancelled.

i
i

Issued June 6, 1994 by ' ' Effective for servke rendered on


M. G. Morrm, and aRer May 11, 1994
Presk_nt & Chef Executive Offu_-r,
Jackson, M_gan Issued under au_orRy of the
MichiganPublicServiceCommimsien
datedMay 10,1994
Ca_ No. U-10335
M.P.S.C. No. 12 -- Electric Original Sheet No. E-67.00
Consumers Power Company

COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER


PRODUCTION PURCHASE RATE CG-1
(Continued From Sheet No. E-66.00)

Definition of Customer Voltage Level:

Transmission Service:

Transmission service is that serviceeither supplieddirectly from the transmission system or from the transmission system
through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment for supplying
service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Subtransmission Service:

Subtransmission service is that service either supplied directly from the subtransmission system or from the subtrans-
mission system through a Company-owned substation where, from the exits of the substation, the distribution equipment
for supplying service is owned and maintained by the customer.

Primary and Secondary Service:

Primary or secondary service is that service that does not qualify as either a transmission service or a subtransmission
service.

Issued May 28, 1991by Effective for service rendered on


F. W. Buckman, and after May 8, 1991
President & Chief Operating Officer,
Jackson, Michigan Issued under authority of the
Michigan Public Service Commission
dated May 7, 1991
in Case No. U-9346