Case Number: 12-0383

  • 07/12/2012
    Service - Order

    Copy of Final Order served electronically to parties.
  • 07/11/2012
    Order Entered - Final

    Final Order entered.
  • 07/03/2012
    Filing - Response

    Response filed by ResCom Energy. (mailed by USPS Priority Mail - no date noted)
  • 06/20/2012
    Filing - Proof of Publication

    Proof of Publication, filed by ResCom Energy, LLC. (mailed by Federal Express - June 18, 2012)
  • 06/19/2012
    Service - Administrative Law Judge Ruling

    Notice given that the Administrative Law Judge has completed a preliminary review of the application filed by ResCom Energy, LLC (“Applicant”) in Docket No. 12-0383, and hereby rules that a verified response, containing the information and clarifications described below, shall be filed with the Commission. If filed electronically via the Commission's e-docket system, this verified response shall be filed with the Chief Clerk of the Commission on or before June 26, 2012. If the filing is made with the Chief Clerk by non-electronic means, then June 26, 2012 is a mailing date. Applicant shall also serve a copy of its response on the Administrative Law Judge (syoder@icc.illinois.gov). For purposes of doing so, June 26, 2012 is a receipt or “in hand” date, not later than 5:00 P.M., by electronic mail, Fax (217-524-8928) or otherwise.
    General Licensing Requirements - 83 III. Adm. Code 451.30(a) requires Applicant to publish notice of its application for certification in the Official State Newspaper within 10 days following the filing of the application for certification. Furthermore, Applicant must file proof of publication with the Clerk of the Commission within 5 days after publication. Applicant indicates in paragraph six of its application that it will publish notice of its application for certification in the Official State Newspaper within 10 days following its filing of the application for certification and will file proof of publication with the Clerk of the Commission within 5 days after publication. Applicant is directed to provide proof that such notice was published. Miscellaneous Licensing Requirements - The Applicants indicates in its application that it has had 275 complaints received from 2010 to 2012. The Applicants indicates that these complaints were informal, and were processed and resolved internally by the Applicant. The Applicant is directed to formally indicate whether any of the complaints made to it became formal, docketed complaints with the relevant public utility commission. If they did, the Applicant is directed to provide the docket number, jurisdiction, the nature of the complaint, and the ultimate resolution. The Applicant is also directed to explain the process by which it handles complaints, and whether any changes in its process have been made as a result of its complaint history. Financial Licensing Requirements - The applicant has failed to demonstrate that it meets the financial qualifications in Section 451.320(a)(3). In Item 22 or the application, the applicant states that it will purchase 100% of its physical electric energy from the RTO (PJM) for delivery to the service territory of Commonwealth Edison, for which it is seeking a certificate. However, the applicant failed to demonstrate that it is a member of PJM pursuant to Section 451.320(a)(3). The applicant is directed to demonstrate it is a member of PJM pursuant to Section 451.320(a)(3). Notice served electronically to parties.
  • 06/19/2012
    Service - Administrative Law Judge Ruling

    Notice given that the Administrative Law Judge has completed a preliminary review of the application filed by ResCom Energy, LLC (“Applicant”) in Docket No. 12-0383, and hereby rules that a verified response, containing the information and clarifications described below, shall be filed with the Commission. If filed electronically via the Commission's e-docket system, this verified response shall be filed with the Chief Clerk of the Commission on or before June 26, 2012. If the filing is made with the Chief Clerk by non-electronic means, then June 26, 2012 is a mailing date. Applicant shall also serve a copy of its response on the Administrative Law Judge (syoder@icc.illinois.gov). For purposes of doing so, June 26, 2012 is a receipt or “in hand” date, not later than 5:00 P.M., by electronic mail, Fax (217-524-8928) or otherwise.
    Managerial Licensing Requirements - Per Section 451.340, an applicant shall be deemed to possess sufficient managerial capabilities to serve retail customers identified in this Subpart if, in management positions, it has: a) Three or more individuals with four or more years experience with enterprise financial and administration responsibilities including profit and loss responsibilities, b) Three or more individuals with four years experience buying and selling power and energy in wholesale markets, and
    c) Three or more individuals with four years electric system operational experience.
    Applicant included Attachment 7 that provided background information on individuals that Applicant intends to use to satisfy the requirements of Section 451.340. Based on a review, it appears that Applicant has two individuals with four year financial experience (Cohen & Pillips) and one individual with four year buying and selling energy (Pillips). The information that Applicant included on two individuals (Kippur and Wanchoo) does not include enough details on those individuals’ managerial experience.
    Applicant is directed to provide the following additional information:
    1) For each individual, Applicant should list each company/business, which employed the individual, and identify the duration of employment by “month/year” to “month/year.” 2) For each individual Applicant should identify the individual’s specific job duties at each company/business that employed them. Agents and Contractors - Other than GP Renewables & Trading employees, it is not clear from the application whether the individuals that Applicant intends to use to satisfy the requirements of Sections 451.330 and 451.340 are employees of Applicant, employees of Standard Oil of Connecticut, Inc., or employees of both companies.
    Applicant is directed to disclose whether the individuals that it intends to use to satisfy the requirements of Sections 451.330 and 451.340 are employees of Applicant, employees of Standard Oil of Connecticut, or employees of both companies. If those individuals are not employees of the Applicant, then Applicant is directed to provide a contractual agreement between those individuals and Applicant that maintain they would provide Applicant with what is required to meet Section 451.340. Since Applicant and employees of Standard Oil of Connecticut are two independent entities, then Applicant has to provide evidence of a contractual relationship between Applicant and employees of Standard Oil of Connecticut that outlines the relationship between the two entities in terms of how Applicant would use employees of Standard Oil of Connecticut employees to meet the requirements of Sections 451.330 and 451.340. The Applicant is directed to provide the requested information. Notice served electronically to parties.
  • 06/07/2012
    Filing - Petition/Application

    Application for Certificate of Service Authority, filed by ResCom Energy, LLC. (mailed by Federal Express - June 6, 2012)