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Retail Suppliers File Testimony Opposing AEP Ohio Solar PPAs

January 03,2019



IGS Energy and Direct Energy have filed separate testimony with PUCO opposing AEP Ohio's proposal for 400 MWs of solar PPA (see details on AEP Ohio's proposal here)

As previously reported, AEP Ohio would recover net costs of the PPAs via the nonbypassable Renewable Generation Rider (RGR), which was approved on a placeholder basis in the company's most recent ESP case. AEP Ohio would liquidate the output of the facilities into the PJM applicable markets.

Generally, IGS raised competitive concerns with resources developed through utility cost recovery.

IGS offered the following policies to support solar rather than utility development

1) Improve net metering, specifically by adopting an annual netting period for net metering, rather than the current structure that only allows for monthly netting.

2) Establish distribution rate design for commercial customers that acknowledges the role that solar plays in reducing distribution system peak demand; and

3) Continue to transform the manner in which it performs wholesale settlements.

IGS and Direct both submitted testimony contesting various AEP Ohio price forecasts and the need for the solar capacity

See the full testimony here

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Solar   Ohio   AEP Ohio   Long-term contracts  

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