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Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor

OUCC > Electric > Cases of Note > I&M Cook Nuclear Plant Life Cycle Management Project I&M Cook Nuclear Plant Life Cycle Management Project

Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) has received Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) approval of its Life Cycle Management (LCM) project at its D.C. Cook Nuclear Plant in Bridgman, Michigan. The approval includes rate recovery of approximately $1.146 billion over the long term. Approximately 65 percent of Cook’s energy is dedicated to Indiana retail customers.

To review the IURC's July 17, 2013 order (67 pages), please click here.

In its April 13, 2012 petition, I&M estimated the project's direct capital costs at $1.169 billion (not including financing costs).

The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC) filed testimony recommending significant reductions in the utility's requested rate recovery.

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OUCC Filings - IURC Cause No. 44182

The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC) filed testimony on August 30, 2012. Each document is in PDF format, is hosted on the IURC Website, and will open in a new window:

  • OUCC Testimony: Keen (40 pages)
  • OUCC Testimony: Sobel (68 pages)
  • OUCC Testimony: Lorton (17 pages)
  • OUCC Testimony: Blakley (13 pages)

The OUCC filed supplemental testimony (70 pages) on December 6, 2012.

I&M Filings - IURC Cause No. 44182

Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) has filed the following case-in-chief with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC). Each document is in PDF format, is hosted on the IURC Website, and will open in a new window:

  • I&M Petition: 14 pages (filed 4-13-12)
  • I&M Testimony - Volume 1: 316 pages (filed 4-16-12)
  • I&M Testimony - Volume 2: 84 pages (filed 4-16-12)
  • I&M Testimony - Volume 3: 134 pages (filed 4-16-12)

All publicly filed documents in this case are available from the IURC Website by clicking here and entering docket number 44182.

 

For information on additional I&M cases, please click here.