Under the Pacific Northwest Coordination Agreement
(PNCA-02 Rate Case)
(updated on April 26, 2002)
BPA has issued a final record of decision on an adjustment to the rate for Interchange Energy imbalances under the Pacific Northwest Coordination Agreement (PNCA). Each party to the PNCA makes excess energy available to each other party to meet its firm loads. This excess energy is known as interchange. The existing rate, which was established in 1995, is 22.55 mills per kilowatt-hour. Since the energy industry has experienced a sharply increased degree of volatility, PNCA parties have set the interchange energy price to the market price for energy. This link to market price will ensure that BPA recovers its costs when it provides interchange energy to another PNCA party.
Final Administrator's Record of Decision, PNCA-02-A-02, April 2002
(PDF, 13 pages, 77 Kb, updated April 26, 2002)
[Note: This updated PDF file has the same information as the one originally posted here on April 25th. The original PDF file was replaced because its file size was unnecessarily large (577 kb).]
Draft Record of Decision, PNCA-02-A-01, April 2002
(PDF, 12 pages, 71 Kb, posted April 10, 2002)
Federal Register Notice for Proposed Adjustment to the Rate for Interchange Energy Imbalances Under the Pacific Northwest Coordination Agreement, Public Hearing, and Opportunity for Public Review and Comment, January 22, 2002 (PDF, 3 pages, 48 kb, posted January 22, 2002)
Testimony, PNCA-02-E-BPA-01 (PDF, 13 pages, 42 kb, originally posted January 22, 2002, updated and reposted here on January 28, 2002)
Witness Qualification Statement, PNCA-02-Q-BPA-01 (PDF, 2 pages, 9 kb, posted January 22, 2002)
Archive of content originally posted or last updated on: April 26, 2002.
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