June 23, 2020
1:00pm - 3:00pm Pacific
Presentation Material - John Fazio
- Schedule for this year’s resource adequacy assessment
- Early 2021, as part of the draft power plan
- Is there a need to release the adequacy assessment before then?
- Announced resource retirements – what future OP year(s) should be assessed?
- Discussion about the apparently large shift in monthly loads and flows relative to the historic record
- Is there a discontinuity between historical and CC based forecasts?
- Have previous assessments suppressed the effects of climate change?
- Comparison of the range of variability in monthly loads and modified flows between historical and climate change forecasts
- Key assumptions to consider for the CC-based RA assessment:
- Magnitude of summer out-of-region market supply
- Why limit the availability of in-region market supply (IPP) in summer?
- Should “sited and licensed” criterion be changed to “under construction?”
- What to assume for future EE savings?
- What hydro non-power (i.e. biological opinion) constraints to assume
- Modeling flood control change in 2024 (vis-à-vis the Columbia River Treaty)
Presentation by John Ollis on Redeveloped GENESYS –Regional Import/Export Dynamics
- Can the redeveloped GENESYS be used to assess LOLP? If so, should a parallel study be done with the classic GENESYS? If not, what additional information can the new GENESYS provide?
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