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EPA CAIR & CAMR Emissions Projections – Indiana EGU’s. EPA CAIR and CAMR Pollution Control Cumulative Retrofit Decisions - Indiana. Various Uncertainties in IPM Analysis. Fuel Prices Electricity Demand Growth Region-wide Cap and Trade program Pollution Control Cost and Performance

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various uncertainties in ipm analysis
Various Uncertainties in IPM Analysis
  • Fuel Prices
  • Electricity Demand Growth
  • Region-wide Cap and Trade program
  • Pollution Control Cost and Performance
  • State rules or NSR settlements
  • Consumer reaction to electricity price increases
status of mrpo ipm analysis
Status of MRPO IPM Analysis
  • Stakeholders reviewed and commented on EPA (v2.1.9) assumptions
    • EGU operating characteristics
    • Electricity demand growth rate
    • Fuel (coal and Nat Gas supply and prices)
    • Pollution control costs and performance
    • Size of SO2 Title IV bank
    • Firmly planned new units and nuclear re-licensing
  • RPO’s decided to update selected EPA assumptions (operating data, demand growth, fuel data)
  • Recently RPO’s have gone back to EPA assumptions for initial IPM run
  • Initial results expected in late summer
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