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Michigan's electric system is comprised of generating plants, transmission lines, and distribution facilities. The MPSC is responsible for electric utility regulation for generation and distribution functions in the state of Michigan for seven privately owned electric utilities. The MPSC is to ensure they have adequate supply of electric energy to serve Michigan’s homes and businesses in each service territory when demand is highest and approves the rates and conditions for service, including metering and billing, to residential, commercial, and industrial customers.
Electric Reliability in Michigan
Learn about electric reliability activities at the MPSC.
Find an Electric Utility Provider
Below you will find key resources for locating and choosing an electric utility provider, including being able to search service area by city or township, or checking out our service area map.
Electric Customer Choice
With electric choice, customers are able to purchase their electric supply from alternative electric suppliers, licensed by the MPSC. However, by law, participation in Michigan's Electric Choice program is currently limited.