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© 2003 Dominion September 2014 VEPGA Regional Meetings Bonnie Horton, Regulatory Consultant - Rates Johnny Harris, Customer Contracts Administrator III – Contracts Jerri Northedge, Outdoor Lighting Mngr. - Outdoor Lighting September 9 - Richmond September 23 - Norfolk September 30 - Herndon
© 2003 Dominion 2 Topics 2014 Contract 2014 Contract Changes Construction Project Changes Streetlight Survey and Repair Enhancement Terms and Conditions Cost Recovery Rate Schedules
© 2003 Dominion 3 2014 VEPGA Contract Term –~ 4 years –August 1, 2014 to June 30, 2018 VEPGA members bound to contract DVP - exclusive electric service provider Transmission RAC, and Generation RAC rates set on 01-25-14 carry forward to this contract Fuel rate, negotiated after Jan. 25, effective 08-01-14
© 2003 Dominion 4 2014 VEPGA CONTRACT CHANGE OPPORTUNITIES
© 2003 Dominion 5 LED Fixture Cost Review Review LED total installed fixture cost for each Sch. SSL Tier in two years (by 06-30-16) Determine if Sch. SSL Tier rates should be reduced
© 2003 Dominion 6 Schedule RG-CM Effective 11-01-14 on a pilot basis Companion only to Sch. 130 and 134 (Principal Tariff) DVP buys renewable energy for the customer For every 30-minute interval (sample): Principal Tariff Consumed kWh Renewable kWh Principal Tariff Adjusted kWh 1003070 50900
© 2003 Dominion 7 Schedule RG-CM (Cont’d) Limited to 20 customers Sign up by June 30, 2017 Annual planned supply for renewable energy –> 1,000 MWh –< 24,000 MWh –In aggregate < 50,000 MWh
© 2003 Dominion 8 Solar Purchase Power Agreements SCC Pilot –Available to VEPGA 08-01-14 –Access to 50 MW (first-come, first-served basis) –Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) w/ 3 rd party for solar or wind renewable fuel generator (RFG) RFG capacity > 50 kW and < 1 MW Only one customer per PPA All customer accounts on contiguous property (see Section III.A and III.B of VEPGA Contract) In accordance with all applicable SCC Rules
© 2003 Dominion 9 Net Metering Revised Net Metering provided –Per SCC Rules 20 VAC 5-315 –Any future NM laws/regulations applicable to Va. Juris. VEPGA does not receive –Agricultural net metering and –Residential standby charges If net metering expanded, DVP may impose standby charges in addition to or in lieu of Sch. C Totalization only for those accounts on contiguous property (Sections III.A. and III.B.)
© 2003 Dominion 10 Solar Purchase Customer-owned solar installation DVP purchases all renewable energy and RECs from customer at a premium Premium (price greater than DVP’s avoided cost) funded by Rider G-CM contributions Available if Rider G-CM funding becomes sufficient
© 2003 Dominion 11 Renewable Options Existing –Renewable purchases under Sch. 19 –Net Metering –Solar Partnership Program –Rider G-CM Endeavor to provide VEPGA any new SCC- approved renewable options for Va. customers
© 2003 Dominion 12 Distributed Generation Pilot Replaces 2009 DG/Load Curtailment Pilot that expires 12-31-14 New Sch. DG-CM Pilot available 06-01-15 –> 1 MW aggregated load curtailment capability –On-site generation interconnected behind meter –Complies with PJM participation requirements for DR programs PowerSecure will provide monitoring and remote dispatch services DVP acts as CSP (DOMCSP)
© 2003 Dominion 13 Distributed Generation Pilot (Cont’d) DOMCSP enrolls customer’s load curtailment into PJM capacity and energy markets –Customer and DOMCSP mutually agree to size, value, and timing of the load curtailment –Capacity payment split 75/25 between customer and DOMCSP –Net revenue above customer’s energy cost, split evenly between customer, DOMCSP, and PowerSecure
© 2003 Dominion 14 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT CHANGES
© 2003 Dominion 15 2014 Construction Project Changes New Construction Project Pilot New Electric Line Extension Plan Project Design Errors
© 2003 Dominion 16 New Construction Project Pilot Consist of no more than two projects selected prior to June 1, 2016 by VEPGA and approved by DVP with an estimated cost of construction in excess of $250,000.00. Selected projects will either be new construction, or overhead to underground conversions. DVP will terminate cables, splice cables, make the facilities ready to be energized, energize the facilities, de-energize and make safe facilities to be removed, and perform any work requiring specialized skills related to the operation of DVP’s distribution facilities.
© 2003 Dominion 17 Pilot (continued) If requested by the Customer in writing prior to the design phase of the project, the Customer may perform the removal portion of the project using DVP approved contractors once DVP determines the facilities to be removed are de-energized and safe. The Pilot will allow the Customer to utilize DVP approved contractor labor at the onset of the project. The Customer will be responsible for staging the material at an offsite area.
© 2003 Dominion 18 Pilot (continued) Upon the project being released for construction, DVP will provide a planned scheduled start date for DVP crews that shall coincide with the expected completion of the Customer’s installation. This date may be adjusted by mutual agreement based on construction contingencies. The Customer will pay the actual inspection charges to DVP for reasonable inspection service provided by DVP. Pilot will test reliability and safety of VEPGA performing construction work. Joint working group (equal VEPGA and DVP members) will assess results of the pilot and determine if Contract should be amended to broaden the Pilot.
© 2003 Dominion 19 Line Extension Methodology Changes No impact on: Streetlight installations Service to Traffic Signals Services requested in Designated UG Areas Other services (new or rewired) Provided in accordance with the nonresidential language in Section XXII of the SCC approved filing.
© 2003 Dominion 20 Line Extension New Services New Definitions: Approach Lines - Facilities installed from an existing source to the property of the customer requesting Electric Delivery. Branch Feeder - Facilities installed on the property of the Customer requesting Electric Delivery Service. Transitional Cost - The amount by which the estimated cost of providing underground facilities exceeds the estimated cost of providing comparable overhead facilities along the Company’s Preferred Route (switches, pads, terminals, etc. required for this installation will be included in the comparison). This cost difference in no event will be less than zero.
© 2003 Dominion 21 Approach Line Branch Feeder Dslj;fl;f;lllll
© 2003 Dominion 22 Approach Line Apply 4 years of revenue to overhead installations. If multi-phase or located adjacent to public rights-of-way and request is for UG, the customer pays Transitional Cost. Apply 4 years of revenue for UG installation if single-phase and not located adjacent to public rights-of-way. Dslj;fl;f;lllll
© 2003 Dominion 23 Branch Feeder Rated voltage > 50 kv install OH and apply 4 years of revenue credit (transmission requests). Facilities installed adjacent to public rights-of-way that can or will be utilized to serve future customers will be installed overhead with 4 years of revenue credit (Transitional Cost required if UG requested). Facilities not described above and where Bulk Feeder is not required will be installed UG and apply 4 years of revenue credit. Where Bulk Feeder is required install OH and apply 4 years of revenue credit (Transitional Cost required if UG requested). Dslj;fl;f;lllll
© 2003 Dominion 24 Example
© 2003 Dominion 25 Design Errors Notification to Customers: –Provide customer with an explanation during the construction phase of cost-plus type projects; –Proactive versus waiting until project completion; –Alternative is for customer selection of a flat charge type billing.
© 2003 Dominion 26 Project Communication Communicating with Customers: –Upon request, a meeting will be scheduled within 2 weeks of project request; –Reasonable timeframes for key milestones to be set; –List of DVP contacts on VEPGA web site; –Creation of a FAQ for placement on VEPGA web site.
© 2003 Dominion 27 Project Reports Upon Request Flat Charge Projects: 148 Report Cost Plus Projects 148 Report WMIS “As-Built Compatible Unit Variance Report” WMIS “Work Request As-Built/Estimate Cost Summary” WMIS “Point Span Report #81” for projects in excess of $250,000.00
© 2003 Dominion 28 STREETLIGHT CHANGES
© 2003 Dominion 29 2014 Streetlight Survey GIS Inventory Discrepancies –Company Research/Verification Process –GIS, Field, Billing corrections made as necessary Written Request –Targeted Geographic area mutually agreeable to Company/Customer –Company/Customer field survey representatives DVP GIS Streetlight Inventory –Provided by Company upon written request from Customer as often as once every 12 calendar months
© 2003 Dominion 30 Streetlight Repair Enhancement Streetlight Poles Wraps –Communication and Training completed for Company and Contractor repair personnel to address proper placement and removal of wraps Internal Audit –Monthly through early November VEPGA Counsel –Report future issues to Company’s negotiating team for elevation
© 2003 Dominion 31 2014 VEPGA CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS CHANGES
© 2003 Dominion 32 T&C Changes Group Bill Child Accounts –Up to 12 months of bill images available for child accounts –On Manage Your Account (MYA) and Key Accounts Web Portals Franchise agreement provisions for OH to UG conversion apply
© 2003 Dominion 33 T&C Changes (Cont’d) VEPGA pays no betterment Cost Estimate valid for 90 days –If after 90 days, customer may act on Cost Estimate –Updates may be made for changes in materials, labor, or field conditions; or for change in project scope –Company may cancel the project in its system after 90 days –Company will notify customer by letter if the project is cancelled
© 2003 Dominion 34 COST RECOVERY
© 2003 Dominion 35 2014 Cost Recovery Base revenue Generation rate adjustment clauses (RACs) –Rider B-CM, Biomass Conversions –Rider BW-CM, Brunswick County Power Station –Rider R-CM, Bear Garden Generating Station –Rider S-CM, Virginia City Hybrid Energy Center –Rider W-CM, Warren County Power Station Rider T-CM, Transmission RAC Fuel Charge Rider A
© 2003 Dominion 36 2014 Update to Rates Base revenue increase: $0.435 M Generation RAC increases: $6.187 M Transmission RAC Increase:$0.782 M Total:$7.404 M Fuel Decrease Offset:-$7.404 M Overall, no change in rates
© 2003 Dominion 37 2014 Cost Recovery $435,000 base revenue increase recovered through increase in the Basic Customer Charge in each rate schedule No changes to demand and/or energy rates in the rate schedules
© 2003 Dominion 38 Rate Schedule & Rider Timeline
© 2003 Dominion 39 Rider Revenue Requirement Updates January 25, 2015; 2016, 2017, and 2018 –Fuel rate and Generation and Transmission RAC revenue requirements set –These rate updates are confidential until the corresponding case is filed for the Va. Juris. Revised rider rates become effective on the following July 1 during the contract term Jan. 25, 2018 Fuel, Generation RAC, and Transmission RAC rates carry forward to 2018 VEPGA contract
© 2003 Dominion 40 RATE SCHEDULE CHANGES
© 2003 Dominion 41 Schedule 102 – Traffic Control Svc Stand-alone school flashing lights and similar installations (08-01-14) –If not connected to the electric service cabinet at the intersection –May remain unmetered Reconfiguration at grandfathered intersection (08-01-14) –For traffic control devices (TCD) installed prior to 07-01-07 –Addition of new TCD or removal of existing TCD –Relocation or upgrade of TCD –Customer may submeter reconfiguration for 24 hours to determine new kWh and will notify DVP by letter –DVP may submeter reconfiguration for audit purposes –DVP may meter reconfigured TCD’s if monthly usage > 500 kWh
© 2003 Dominion 42 Sch. 102 – Traffic Control Svc (Cont’d) Beginning 11-01-14 Unmetered Basic Customer Charge applies if monthly usage < 49 kWh in the current or previous 11 billing months; Metered Basic Customer Charge applies if monthly usage > 50 kWh in the current or previous 11 billing months.
© 2003 Dominion 43 Sch. 132, SGCM, and SGCM-1 Customers on these rate schedules can no longer participate in PJM DR Programs Company will offer One-time Option –Active account as of 06-01-14 –Current CSP contract dated prior to 06-01-14 and for no more than five PJM delivery years –Eligible customers may complete their current CSP contract –Customers who do not qualify for or who do not explicitly choose One-time Option will be removed from rate schedule
© 2003 Dominion 44 Schedule 133 – Dynamic Pricing Effective 11-01-14 on a pilot basis Available only to –New customers on or after 08-01-14 or –Any existing Sch. 132 customer who does not show a savings on Sch. 133 – requires DVP rate analysis –Peak measured demand of 500 kW or more immediately prior to going to Sch. 133 –Maximum of 25 active accounts –Cannot participate in PJM Demand Response Programs
© 2003 Dominion 45 Sch. 133 – Dynamic Pricing (Cont’d) Cutting edge rate schedule pricing Base level kWh charge at ~ 1.5 cents per kWh Seasonal A, B, C day by time of day (day ahead) 15 kWh rating periods (12 kWh rating periods on Schedule 132) 125 hours of critical pricing per year (2 hours notice) –25 five-hour periods –46.9 cents per kWh Relatively low pricing in 8,635 of 8,760 hours/yr
© 2003 Dominion 46 Schedule 134 – Large ML&P Service Effective 08-01-14 Applicability –Three peak measured demands of 1,500 kW or more in previous and 11 billing months –Transmission or Primary Delivery Voltage –DVP provides no transformation from the voltage normally found in the area –Customer cannot purchase DVP’s transformation to qualify –Customer does not receive Sch. SP energy discount
© 2003 Dominion 47 Sch. 134 – Large ML&P Service (Cont’d) Designed for very high load factor customers Distribution Demand like Sch. 132 (contract demand that ratchets upward) On-peak Electricity Supply Demand – highest of –On-peak demand in current billing month –90% of maximum on-peak kW in previous Jun – Sept –1,000 kW –$12.537 per kW (includes riders) Very low on- and off-peak kWh charges
© 2003 Dominion 48 Schedule SSL Effective 08-01-14 LED streetlighting Tier 1 rates decreased because of reduction in total installed fixture cost since implementation Added Tiers 9 and 10 pricing Effective 01-01-15 Conversion from MV or HPSV fixtures to LED priced at Additional Unit on the Same Pole Rate Customer Pays 4:1
© 2003 Dominion 49 Rider J-CM $4 per month credit for curtailing electric water heater Rider J-CM closed since 1997 Program has not been called in many years Affected customers being notified by letter Rider J-CM to be withdrawn on 11-01-14
© 2003 Dominion 50 Other Schedule Charges TERF Rate unchanged Miscellaneous Service Charges ScheduleType2011 Charge2014 Charge AMin, Temporary Svc$ 23.48$ 23.95 CService Connection$ 15.00$ 25.31 E Streetlight Patrol Hourly Rate $114.90$120.55
© 2003 Dominion 51 Revised Excess Facilities Charges Va. Jurisdictional Excess Facilities Charge Percentages apply to VEPGA VEPGA’s Excess Facilities Charge Percentages will follow Virginia Category 2011 Excess Facilities Charge 2014 Excess Distribution and Substation Facilities Charge 2014 Excess Transmission Facilities Charge Non-One-time1.58%1.46%1.26% One-time0.66%0.54%0.36%
© 2003 Dominion 52 © Dominion 2003
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