Southwestern Power Administration 2005 – Federal Register Recent Federal Regulation Documents

Notice of Proposed Tariff Change
Document Number: 05-21291
Type: Notice
Date: 2005-10-25
Agency: Department of Energy, Southwestern Power Administration
The Southwestern Power Administration (Southwestern) is revising its Open Access Transmission Service Tariff (Tariff). Southwestern's existing Tariff was approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Commission) on May 13, 1998. Southwestern intends to update certain Tariff provisions from its original Tariff filing to reflect the agreement executed between Southwestern and the Southwest Power Pool Regional Transmission Organization (SPP RTO), and to further clarify the limitation Southwestern has in the use of generation from facilities owned and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Publication of this Federal Register notice announces a public meeting and an opportunity for informal comment on Southwestern's revised Tariff prior to filing with the Commission.
Integrated System Power Rates: Correction
Document Number: 05-17501
Type: Notice
Date: 2005-09-02
Agency: Department of Energy, Southwestern Power Administration
Southwestern Area Power Administration published a document in the Federal Register (70 FR 48121) on August 16, 2005, announcing the public review and comment period on proposed rates. This rate proposal will increase annual system revenues approximately 7.3 percent from $124,325,100 to $133,342,029. Inadvertently, the amount of the proposed increase for the purchased power adder rate component ($227,100 or 0.2 percent) was not included in the initial notice.
Sam Rayburn Dam Power Rate
Document Number: 05-17105
Type: Notice
Date: 2005-08-29
Agency: Department of Energy, Southwestern Power Administration
The Administrator, Southwestern Power Administration (Southwestern), has prepared Current and Revised 2005 Power Repayment Studies that show the need for an increase in annual revenues to meet cost recovery criteria. Such increased revenues are required due to significant increases in expected U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' generation investment and slight increases in operations and maintenance expenses at the project. The Administrator has developed a proposed Sam Rayburn Dam rate schedule, which is supported by a power repayment study, to recover the required revenues. Beginning January 1, 2006, the proposed rate would increase annual revenues 12 percent from $2,513,724 to $2,816,064.
Robert D. Willis Power Rate
Document Number: 05-17104
Type: Notice
Date: 2005-08-29
Agency: Department of Energy, Southwestern Power Administration
The Administrator, Southwestern Power Administration (Southwestern), has prepared Current and Revised 2005 Power Repayment Studies that show the need for an increase in annual revenues to meet cost recovery criteria. Such increased revenues are required primarily due to significant increases in expected U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' generation investment and increases in operations and maintenance expenses at the project. The Administrator has developed a proposed Robert D. Willis rate schedule, which is supported by a power repayment study, to recover the required revenues. Beginning January 1, 2006, the proposed rates would increase annual revenues approximately 43.1 percent from $452,952 to $648,096.
Integrated System Power Rates
Document Number: 05-16190
Type: Notice
Date: 2005-08-16
Agency: Department of Energy, Southwestern Power Administration
The Administrator, Southwestern Power Administration (Southwestern), has prepared Current and Revised 2005 Power Repayment Studies which show the need for an increase in annual revenues to meet cost recovery criteria. Such increased revenues are needed primarily to cover increased investments and replacements in hydroelectric generating and high-voltage transmission facilities and increased operation and maintenance expenses. The Administrator has developed proposed Integrated System rates, which are supported by a rate design study, to recover the required revenues. Beginning January 1, 2006, and thereafter, the proposed rates would increase annual system revenues approximately 7.1 percent from $124,552,200 to $133,342,029.