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Models Used for the 2003 SN CRAC (SN-03) Expedited Rate Case
ToolKit Model for SN CRAC
Rate Design "Case 0"

(Treasury Payment Probability Calculation)
(web page posted on February 18, 2003)

Summary: The model described on this page is the one used by BPA to evaluate alternative rate design mechanisms for implementing a multi-year Safety-Net CRAC solution. This file is identical to "CASE 0" presented at the February 18, 2003 workshop.

Contact Person: Byrne Lovell, BPA Strategic Planning, (503) 230-3930, belovell@bpa.gov.

Electronic Files Currently Available: Available on this page is the SN CRAC ToolKit Rate Design Model (TK_172_case_0.xls), the PBL Annual Net Revenue input file (RM_SN_Initial_02-06_030212.xls) and TBL input file (TBL_SN_Initial_02-06.xls).

Instructions: Download all three files Excel files to your computer. [Note: If your web browser is configured to open Excel files within the browser, click on the links with your right mouse button and select "Save Target As" to download.]   Place all three files into a common folder and launch the SN CRAC ToolKit Rate Design Model file first. The PBL and TBL input files will be linked automatically. If for any reason Excel does not locate these files, a dialogue box will appear and request that these files be linked to the ToolKit Rate Design Model.

  1. SN CRAC ToolKit Rate Design Model
    (TK_172_case_0.xls, 3.04 MB)
  2. PBL Annual Net Revenue input file
    (RM_SN_Initial_02-06_030212.xls, 837 kb)
  3. TBL input file
    (TBL_SN_Initial_02-06.xls, 462 kb)

Archive of content originally posted or last updated on:  February 18, 2003.
Content originally provided by:  Michael Normandeau, BPA Power Business Line.
Content provided by:  Greg Gustafson, 503-230-5820, gcgustafson@bpa.gov.
Page maintained by:  BPA Web Team.
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