Presentation on theme: "1 February 10-11, 2015 Revisions to RPS Calculator (v6.0) Workshop."— Presentation transcript:
1 February 10-11, 2015 Revisions to RPS Calculator (v6.0) Workshop
Introduction Housekeeping Workshop purpose and agenda History of RPS Calculator (versions 1 – 5) Current use of RPS Calculator in CPUC/CAISO Processes
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Purpose of Workshop A.Discuss stakeholder comments on RPS Calculator v6.0* B.Identify functionality needed in v6.1 for Long Term Procurement Proceeding (LTPP) /2017 California Independent System Operator Transmission Planning Process (CAISO TPP) C.Discuss and identify areas for further coordination across PUC proceedings and with sister agencies D.Discuss role of RPS Calculator in facilitating the achievement of State RPS goals *Additional responses to stakeholder comments available in Technical Notes document on RPS web page
Workshop Plan PurposeAgenda Item A. Discuss stakeholder comments on RPS Calculator v6.0 II. RPS Calculator v6.0 Functionality DAY ONE B. Identify functionality needed in v6.1 III. Implications of Energy- Only Procurement DAY TWO C. Identify areas for further coordination IV. Intra-CPUC Alignment D. Discuss role of RPS Calculator V. >33% Statewide Transmission Planning
Agenda Overview DAY ONE Calculator Overview Resource Costs and Potential LUNCH (12-1) Resource Costs and Potential (cont’d) BREAK (3:15) Resource Valuation DAY TWO Resource Valuation (cont’d) Energy-Only Procurement and Transmission Planning BREAK (10:45) CAISO Energy-Only Planning LUNCH (12-1) Process Alignment BREAK (3:15) Role of RPS Calculator in Statewide 33% RPS Transmission Planning
RPS Calculator Past and Present 2009: RPS Calculator created by CPUC RPS staff – Informed 33% RPS Implementation Assessment 2010: RPS Calculator integrated into LTPP proceeding – Output used to inform LTPP system and CAISO transmission planning efforts 2014 (Jan): RPS Calculator added to RPS Proceeding – Calculator design & administration is now part of RPS proceeding. RPS now supports LTPP’s planning efforts (Oct): RPS Calculator v6.0 staff proposal issued 2015 (Feb): RPS Calculator v6.0 Workshop
How RPS Portfolios are Used in Long- Term Planning Studies RPS Vets and adopts RPS Calculator methodologies, inputs and assumptions annually and develops RPS portfolios RPS submits portfolios to LTPP for generation planning LTPP Vets and adopts combinations of assumptions (including RPS portfolios) to construct multiple scenarios for use in long term planning analysis Output LTPP scenario analysis informs CPUC procurement authorizations LTPP scenarios (with associated RPS portfolios) are provided to CAISO for use in TPP. TPP may approve new transmission infrastructure if needed to serve scenario/case.
RPS Calculator Next Steps 2015 Q3: Issue draft v6.1 with draft portfolios for comment 2015 Q4: Finalize and adopt v6.1 and associated portfolios via ruling (tentative, pending workshop comments) Additional rulings will be issued later this year seeking comments on outstanding Calculator-related issues (e.g., environmental scoring) and scheduling additional workshops as needed.