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House No electricity title in House-passed bill Bill introduced, but not adopted Eminent domain power to FERC Delegation/deference reliability language, but no state role Intrusion into retail decisions Mandates RTOs Repeals PURPA/PUCHA. Senate Bill passed last Thursday

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House and senate bills

House

No electricity title in House-passed bill

Bill introduced, but not adopted

Eminent domain power to FERC

Delegation/deference reliability language, but no state role

Intrusion into retail decisions

Mandates RTOs

Repeals PURPA/PUCHA

Senate

Bill passed last Thursday

No eminent domain

Western reliability language, include regional advisory bodies

Some intrusion into retail decisions, but state override

No RTO mandate

Repeals PURPA/PUCHA

House and Senate bills


Senate passed bill 1
Senate-passed bill (1)

  • Reliability

    • SRRO (NERC/NAERO)

    • Delegation and deference to interconnection-wide regional reliability organization (WECC)

    • Regional Advisory Bodies


Senate passed bill 2
Senate-passed bill (2)

  • Requires utilities to offer net metering, real time or time-of-use rates, but state PUC will determine if it is appropriate to implement

  • Requires non-discriminatory rates for intermittent generation

  • Requires some market information be public

  • Repeals PUCHA, but provides state access to books


Senate bill 2
Senate bill (2)

  • Study by federal agencies of role of PUCs in regulating competition (no state members)

  • Repeals PURPA

  • Allows FTC to set cramming/slamming, privacy, consumer info (sources of electricity/emissions) but protects state authority

  • Establishes Office of Consumer Advocacy at DOJ to intervene at FERC, other federal agencies and courts


Senate 3
Senate (3)

  • Requires utilities to implement 10-year plan to increase efficiency of fossil plants

  • Renewables

    • Production tax credit

    • 10% RPS by 2020; 1.5 cent penalty

    • Pilot cost-sharing program to increase renewable energy production on federal lands


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