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  • Comparison of Electric Sales Statistics for calendar years...

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  • This document provides a comparison of electric sales statistics for calendar years 2005 and 2004 for the following Illinois electric utilities: AmerenCILCO Interstate Power and Light Company AmerenCIPS MidAmerican Energy Company AmerenIP Mt. Carmel Public Utility Company Commonwealth Edison Company South Beloit Water, Gas and Electric Company All utilities included in this comparison follow the Uniform System of Accounts as prescribed by this Commission in 83 Ill. Adm. Code 415. The statistics presented in this comparison rely upon data filed with this Commission by the utilities in the Form 21 ILCC, as well as, data from the FERC Form No. 1 and clarifying information from the utilities. This comparison provides statistics for four categories of service: Bundled Service. Delivery Service-Power Purchase Option. Customers in the DS-PPO category purchase electricity directly from their utility; DS-PPO revenues include the delivery service charge, the transition charge, the transmission charge, and the generation charge. Delivery Service-Interim Supply Service. Customers in the DS-ISS category purchase electricity directly from their utility; DS-ISS revenues include the delivery service charge, the transition charge, the transmission charge, and the generation charge. Interim Supply Service is a short-term service designed for delivery services customers who have not chosen a new supply option after termination of their supply contracts. Delivery Service-Delivery of RES Retail Electric Supplier Power. Customers in the DS-RES category purchase electricity from a supplier other than their utility; DS-RES revenues include the delivery service charge and the associated transition charge. The customer counts presented are based upon each utilitys average number of customers per month.


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