Last edited by Mazura
Monday, August 10, 2020 | History

2 edition of Regulatory Responsibility for Utility Integrated Resource Planning found in the catalog.

Regulatory Responsibility for Utility Integrated Resource Planning

Eric Hirst

Regulatory Responsibility for Utility Integrated Resource Planning

by Eric Hirst

  • 276 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Oak Ridge National Laboratory .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementHirst, Eric.
ContributionsUnited States. Bonneville Power Administration.
The Physical Object
Pagination39 p. $0.00 C.1 $0.00 C.2.
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17585204M

competitive bidding, and transmission access and pricing can play in Ohio's integrated resource planning process. To assist the PUCO staff, the NRRI has identified critical issues about whether competitive bidding for generation facilities and possibly demand side-management facilities is anFile Size: 2MB. Chicago. American Planning Association N. Michigan Ave., Suite Chicago, IL Phone: Fax:

Cost Planning, which morphed into Integrated Resource Planning • The concept of Demand-Side Management (DSM) emerged alongside IRP to provide a framework for identifying resources on the demand side of the meter • DSM may include energy efficiency (EE), load management/demand response (DR), plus rate designs that encourage either or both. planning and comprehensive energy efficiency / demand side management (EE/DSM).2 This guide will help you to make this case.3 This paper looks at a time-tested alternative to the conventional power sector planning paradigm. Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) is a planning approach that has the potential to take a society-wide perspective.

Improve Utility Resource Planning Practices 1 1. ProfileT his chapter examines the potential for utility resource planning processes to support the efforts of states to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the electric power sector. It will focus on a particular type of planning process called integrated resource Size: KB.   s, however, integrated resource planning rules were often repealed or ignored. Procurement planning requirements have replaced integrated resource planning in some restructured states, and have much in common with the old rules. This report provides an overview of state integrated resource planningFile Size: KB.


Share this book
You might also like
Library laws of Missouri.

Library laws of Missouri.

A Thousand Years of Church Heritage in East Galway

A Thousand Years of Church Heritage in East Galway

It is so long My dear Anne since I have written to you...

It is so long My dear Anne since I have written to you...

great Yukon rip-off book

great Yukon rip-off book

The quest

The quest

Policy on land use and source control aspects of traffic noise attenuation

Policy on land use and source control aspects of traffic noise attenuation

RSRM-11 (360W011) final report

RSRM-11 (360W011) final report

Magills Cinema Annual 1986

Magills Cinema Annual 1986

Games the world around

Games the world around

King John, 1167-1216

King John, 1167-1216

Caravan

Caravan

Ceylon: history in stone

Ceylon: history in stone

Regulatory Responsibility for Utility Integrated Resource Planning by Eric Hirst Download PDF EPUB FB2

Est Practices in Electric Utility Integrated Resource Planning A n integrated resource plan is a utility plan for meeting forecasted annual peak and energy demand, plus some established reserve margin, through a combination of supply-side and demand-side resources over a specified future Size: KB.

Integrated Resource Planning Meeting future energy needs. At NW Natural, we have a responsibility to meet our customers' future energy needs, reliably and affordably. Planning for the future is the goal of Integrated Resource Planning (IRP).

A comparative analysis of roughly 30 recent utility integrated resource plans or similar studies was conducted to inform utility planning.

The analysis reveals a spectrum of approaches to incorporating DPV across nine key planning areas, and it identifies areas where even the best current practices might be enhanced.

Planning to make sure we can provide the safe, reliable and affordable electric power our customers need today, tomorrow and over the long term is a constant focus at PGE. We call this process Integrated Resource Planning, and it’s guided by the Regulatory Responsibility for Utility Integrated Resource Planning book Public Utility Commission with input from customer groups and other stakeholders.

Source: AEE analysis of EIA Electric Power Monthly. A handful of states, from California to New York, are in the thick of comprehensive 21st century electricity can be a good indicator of the direction the state is trending and in some cases can kickstart reform. Resource Planning The annual process for planning for energy needs, including natural gas, petroleum, electric generation and energy efficiency, starts with the CEC’s Integrated Energy Planning Report (IEPR), which establishes a ten year needs projection.

The CPUC includes this in an annual Long Term Procurement Process. It summarizes three recent utility IRPs, in an effort to determine both best practices in integrated resource planning and ways in which utilities can improve their planning processes and outcomes. The paper then presents a series of recommendations, developed from these examples, for integrated resource planning and its resulting plans.

EMP has been a leader in critically evaluating and informing the development of utility resource planning practices since the emergence of least-cost or integrated resource planning in the s. Much of the current work involves evaluating resource plans developed by utilities and regional transmission planning entities, to characterize trends.

Electric Utility Business and Regulatory Models Policy & Planning Division. California Public Utilities Commission. his book, Smart Power, regarding the future impacts of many of the agency’s demand reduction energy more integrated, more market-based, and more democratic.

Lines are beginning to be blurred in termsFile Size: KB. Integrated Resource Planning The Basics and Beyond James W. Gardner Vice Chairman, Kentucky Public Service Commission An Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) is a comprehensive and systematic blueprint developed by a supplier, distributor, or end- two utility businesses are regulated in Kentucky by the Kentucky Public Service Commission.

Integrated Resource Planning NERA has assisted many electric utility clients in incorporating environmental risk into their resource planning exercises through integrated resource assessments. In such assessments, NERA experts construct different long-term outlooks for key uncertainties faced by the sector, one of the most important of which is.

Leading utility, power resource planning professionals and related industry experts will address the key elements associated with these emerging operational issues, environmental mandates, variable energy resources, regulatory policies, and uncertainty factors that now dominate IRP planning requirements.

Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) Glossary -> I Planning for electric power needs that accomplishes specified social and environmental goals by considering both demand-side management (to reduce electricity demand) and supply-side management (to redistribute types of generation among fuel types, locations, etc.).

of utility integrated resource plans, resource planning for gas utilities, and greater efforts bytheDoS. DepartmentofEnergy toencourageintegrated resource planning. INTRODUCTION Integrated resource planning (IRP) helps utilities and state regulatory commissions consistently assess a variety ofdemand and supply resources toFile Size: KB.

Integrated resource planning (IRP) is a process used by many vertically-integrated U.S. electric utilities to determine least-cost and risk-managed portfolios of supply and demand-side resources that meet future electricity needs of customers, comply with regulatory requirements andFile Size: 1MB.

Integrated Resource Planning (IRP): A utility resource planning process in which an integrated combination of demand-side and supply-side resources is selected to satisfy future energy service demands in the most economic and reliable manner while balancing the interests of utility customers, utility shareholders and society-at large.

Utilities in 33 states are currently required to file and gain regulatory approval for their integrated resource plans.

IRPs are created to determine the least-cost combination of resources that Author: Will Driscoll. Integrated Resource Planning and Ratemaking Presentation to the Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission Frankfort, Kentucky May Aaron Greenwell, Assistant Director, Financial Analysis Division Daryl Newby, Manager, Electric and Gas Rate Design Branch Jeff Shaw, Manager, Electric and Gas Revenue Requirements Branch.

The new International Rivers guide to Integrated Resource Planning introduces the IRP concept, contrasts it with conventional practices of power sector planning, and explains the IRP process step by step.

The report also includes best practice examples from the United States and other countries. States’ Planning Council and National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, Surveys the industry’s forecasting tools and methodologies Presents case studies from 3 companies Makes general recommendations for forecasting processes and uses Carvallo, Juan, et al., “Load Forecasting in Electric Utility Integrated Resource.

Jurisdictional electric utilities are required to submit Integrated Resource Plans (IRPs) every three years according to Indiana Code § (e)(2).

The IRPs are subject to a rigorous stakeholder process. IRPs describe how the utility plans to deliver safe, reliable, and efficient electricity.AD-DSL (). Created and maintained by the International Aerospace Environmental Group (IAEG), the Aerospace and Defence Declarable Substance List (AD-DSL) is a list of approximately 1, chemical substances that are commonly used in the manufacture, repair and ongoing maintenance of aerospace and defense products, and which are controlled under a variety of .D.

Utility Planning Approaches and Requirements Description Some public utility commissions require utilities to conduct portfolio management or integrated resource planning (IRP) to ensure the supply of least cost and stable electric service to customers over the long term.

Portfolio management refers to energy resource planning thatFile Size: KB.