In the May 26th meeting, BPA plans to share a structured analysis of historical losses data.  This data will be used to inform the policy decision around the potential for implementation of a capacity charge.  BPA’s intent is to share this data, along with a staff leaning on the capacity charge issue, with customers prior to the May 26 meeting in order to inform workshop discussions.

At the May 26 meeting, BPA plans to:

  • Discuss any implications derived from the historical losses data set and any leaning on a capacity charge;
  • Present any other outstanding policy proposals on concurrent loss return service topics discussed in previous workshops (step 6 in the customer engagement process);
  • Present an early draft of the business practice that outlines changes necessary to implement concurrent loss return service before it goes through the formal Business Practice Process.

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Meeting number (access code): 2760 900 1720

Meeting information and materials will be posted on the BP-22 Rates Settlement Implementation page.

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