2014 BPA Power Rates
Bonneville Power Administration's wholesale power and transmission rates for the FY 2014-2015 rate period were established during the BPA-14 Rate Case. The rate proceeding, conducted through a formal process described in Section 7(i) of the Northwest Power Act, concluded when the Administrator signed the Final Record of Decision on July 24, 2013.
The complete rate proceeding record was then sent to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for their review and approval of the proposed rates. The Commission granted interim approval to the 2014 Power Rates Schedules and General Rate Schedule Provisions and the Transmission, Ancillary and Control Area Service Rate Schedules on September 27, 2013. Subject to final approval from the Commission, these rates will be in effect from October 1, 2013 through September 30, 2015 (FY 2014-2015).
If necessary, BPA adjusts its rates in accordance with the Dividend Distribution Clause (DDC), the Cost Recovery Adjustment Clause (CRAC), and the NFB1 Mechanisms (see GRSPs, sections II.C, II.D, and II.K). There are no adjustments or surcharges at this time. Neither the DDC nor the CRAC triggered for FY 2014. BPA is not expecting adjustments to the power rates for FY 2014.
Customer TOCA Billing Determinants for FY 2014-2015 can be viewed at 2014 Final Rate Case Models and Large Datasets.
Information regarding past power rates is available via the Previous Power Rates page.
1National Marine Fisheries Service [NMFS] Federal Columbia River Power System [FCRPS] Biological Opinion [BiOp] Adjustment.
The table below shows the average rates for the major power rate schedules for the 2-year rate period. See the 2014 Power Rates Schedules for the actual rates charged.
Average rates with
0.00% CRAC Adjustment
for 10/1/13 - 9/30/15
( Rates in $/MWh3 )
|PF - 14 Public - Average Tier 1 + Tier 2 rate||32.90|
|PF - 14 Public - Average Tier 1 rate||31.50|
|PF - 14 Exchange||59.13|
|IP - 14||38.97|
|NR - 14||77.65|
2 The rates represented in this table assume no CRAC or DDC adjustment. The rates do not include the cost of transmission. The rates shown are averages as applied to the entire customer class and are shown for reference purposes only.
3 $1/MWh = 1 mill/kWh = $0.1¢/kWh.
(1938 - September 2013)
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