Stu Hemphill

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Local Capacity Requirements (LCR) RFO
for New Resources and Other SCE
Solicitations
Stu Hemphill
September 26, 2013
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SCE’s LCR Procurement Authorization
• D.13-02-015 orders SCE to procure the following resources by 2021 to meet
LCR need due to the expected retirement of OTC units
West LA Sub-Area
Moorpark Sub-Area:
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215-290 MW in Ventura/Big Creek
– Authorizes bilaterally negotiated AB1576 “cost of service” PPAs
– West LA Basin gas-fired generation beyond minimum consistent with the preferred loading order
– Moorpark Sub-Area has no specific technology requirements (consistent with loading order)
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RFO Schedule
• SCE will run a two round RFO process
Timeline
Event
September 12, 2013
RFO documents issued
December 2, 2013
Deadline to submit Non-binding Notice of Intent to
Offer
December 16, 2013
Deadline to submit Indicative Offer and completed
Offer Submittal Package
January 30, 2014
Shortlist notification
May 22, 2014
Deadline to complete negotiations of Agreement(s)
May 29, 2014 5:00
Deadline to submit Final Offer
June 26, 2014
Last date for notification of successful Offers and
to sign Agreements
• Bidders Conference will likely occur on October 16
– Check the RFO website for details
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LCR RFO Commercial Highlights
• SCE has prepared seven pro-forma contracts:
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Energy Efficiency
Demand Response
Energy Storage
Resource Adequacy
– Renewable
– Combined Heat and Power
– Conventional Gas-Fired
• Pro forma contracts are intended to capture the majority
of the offers, but can be customized to meet any offer
– SCE regularly negotiates the terms of its pro forma contracts
• LCR RFO documents can be found at on.sce.com/lcrrfo
– Questions should be directed to [email protected]
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LCR Challenges
• Geographic constraints – Western L.A. basin
• Timing – resources need to be available in 2021
• Availability of 50 MW of energy storage?
• Availability of emissions permits
• Resource counting
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Highlights of SCE’s Track 4 LTPP Testimony
CPUC’s LTPP Track 4 is intended to identify incremental
need due to the closure of SONGS
• SCE has requested 500 MW of initial additional authority that would
be procured through its LCR RFO
– The remainder of any Track 4 procurement authorization provided to SCE would
be purchased in a separate solicitation
• SCE has proposed to develop sites for 500 MW of contingent
generation to backstop its proposed Preferred Resource Pilot
– If needed, these contingent generation projects would be secured from the market
through a competitive process for IPP construction and ownership under a PPA
with SCE
• SCE has also proposed to contract for “options” for up to 1000 MW
of generation as a backstop for transmission development and LTPP
planning assumptions not materializing
– SCE would sign PPAs with a termination right for SCE that would cover the IPP’s
project development costs
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SCE Solicitations
Solicitation
Timeline
RAM
5/6/13 – 9/30/13 (similar schedule in 2014)
RA RFO
8/22/13 – 9/27/13
SPVP
9/4/13 – 2/3/14
CHP RFO
9/12/13 – 4/1/14
LCR RFO
9/12/13 – 6/24/14
CAM Energy Auctions
Auctions close 10/21/13 (El Segundo & Walnut)
Re-MAT
Bi-monthly starting 11/1/13
RPS RFO
Expected 12/13 – 9/14
GHG Offset RFO
Anticipated Q1, 2014
All Source RFO
Anticipated 7/14 – 10/14
Transmission RFO
Anticipated Q3, 2014
Energy Storage RFO
Anticipated 12/14
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