FERC gives BPA 90 days to provide fairer cost-sharing plan

12/20/2012 | SustainableBusinessOregon.com

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission stood by its ruling a year ago that the Bonneville Power Administration discriminated against wind power producers, specifically in its plan to have wind producers power down in the event of oversupply caused by excess water. FERC admitted that while the BPA has improved its handling of oversupply instances, it still needs a fairer, more cost-effective plan. The administration is expected to submit another proposal in 90 days.

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