Edison distribution system

Edison distribution system

[¦ed·ə·sən ‚dis·trə′byü·shən ‚sis·təm]
(electricity)
Three-wire direct-current distribution system, usually 120 to 240 volts, for combined light and power service from a single set of mains.
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While some electric load that participated in the Choice program has come back to the Detroit Edison distribution system, Earley said there is still more work to be done in the areas of unbundling rates and eliminating artificial rate incentives for some customers to use alternative suppliers.
Successful bidders will have the opportunity to use the Detroit Edison distribution system to transmit electricity from an alternative supplier.