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On-Bill Financing Implementation/Rulemaking
Public Act 342, Part 7, Sec. 201-209 describes a framework for designing a residential on-bill financing (OBF) program and invites rate-regulated providers to file an OBF plan proposal for Commission approval. The provider may propose for MPSC approval an alternate program.
In addition, Sec. 211 requires the MPSC to promulgate rules to implement OBF programs by April 20, 2018.
On April 24, 2017, the MPSC and MAE initiated an informal stakeholder meeting for the purposes of receiving input/feedback for OBF program goals. More information below.
More information on stakeholder outreach can be found here.
- Staff held two informal stakeholder meetings
- The information gathered from the two informal stakeholder meetings was captured in the On-Bill Financing section of the “Roadmap to Implementing MI New Energy Policy” Report
- Expecting a request for rulemaking to be submitted to the Office for Regulatory Reinvention in December
April 2017: On-bill Financing Primer for Michigan Utilities
February 2017: OBF Stakeholder Selection Process
May 19, 2017
April 24, 2017
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