Western's Integrated Resource Planning Principles
Western proposes to revise its current Final Principles of Integrated Resource Planning as they apply to resource acquisition and to eliminate the principles applicable to transmission planning.
Below are the comments Western received on the principles during the comment period. Western will respond to the comments and make any adjustments to the IRP principles as necessary in a future Federal Register Notice.
- American Wind Energy Association, July 29 (328kb pdf)
- Colorado River Commission, July 29 (53kb pdf)
- Colorado River Energy Distributors Association, July 28 (125kb pdf)
- Iberdrola Renewables, Inc., July 29 (234kb pdf)
- Irrigation & Electrical Districts Association of Arizona, July 29 (91kb pdf)
- Metropolitian Water District of Southern California, July 29 (48kb pdf)
- MidWest Electric Consumers Association, July 29 (110kb pdf)
- Missouri River Energy Services, July 29 (87kb pdf)
- Ryley Carlock & Applewhite, July 29 (39kb pdf)
- Solar Energy Industries Association, July 29 (133kb pdf)
- Sacramento Municipal Utility District, July 29 (77kb pdf)
- Western Organization of Resource Councils, July 26 (163kb pdf)
Documentation from the July 21, 2011, public meeting held at Western's Corporate Services Office included:
For more information contact:
CRSP Management Center
Western Area Power Administration
150 East Social Hall Avenue, Suite 300
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111-1580
The original Final Principles of IRP were published in the Federal Register June 9, 1995, Final Principles of Integrated Resource Planning for Use in Resource Acquisition and Transmission Planning, and became effective July 10, 1995. It can be found on GPO's Federal Register site.