Choice Cap Hit In Less Than One Month At Newly Re-opened Indiana Michigan Power (AEP)
February 25, 2019 Email This Story Copyright 2010-19 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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Less than one-month after its service area was re-opened to electric choice, Indiana Michigan Power (I&M, AEP) has hit the choice cap
As previously reported, Indiana Michigan Power's 2019 final 10% choice cap is 280,890 MWh. Due to the prior 0% cap, there was no active choice load when the cap was reset, but I&M initially reported that its total load in the choice queue was 310,923 MWh.
As of February 15, Indiana Michigan Power had awarded electric choice allotments of 276,207 MWh (9.8%) with 20,887 MWh in the queue. As of February 15, the allotments had not yet begun service with an alternative retail electric supplier
Another 20,887 MWh of load (0.74%) is in the choice queue.