Proposed Approach to Review the Integrated Power System Plan (IPSP) and Procurement Processes

Case number
EB-2006-0207
Launched
Sector
Electricity
Status
Archived
Details

Under the Electricity Act, 1998, the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) is responsible for developing both an integrated power system plan (IPSP) and adequate procurement processes for managing electricity supply, capacity and demand in accordance with the IPSP. The OPA's IPSP and procurement processes must both be submitted to the Ontario Energy Board for review and approval.

On December 27, 2006 the OEB released its final Report on the Review of, and Filing Guidelines Applicable to, the Ontario Power Authority's Integrated Power System Plan and Procurement Processes.

Updates

Date Issue / Document
December 27, 2006

The OEB has released its final Report on the Review of, and Filing Guidelines Applicable to, the Ontario Power Authority's Integrated Power System Plan and Procurement Processes.

December 4, 2006

Written comments on the OEB's November 16, 2006 Draft Report:

Additional Materials:

November 16, 2006

The OEB has released its Draft Report on the Review of, and Filing Guidelines Applicable to, the Ontario Power Authority's Integrated Power System Plan and Procurement Processes.

October 5, 2006

Written comments on Board staff's September 8, 2006 Discussion Paper:

September 8, 2006

The OEB posted a Board staff Discussion Paper that sets out proposed principles to guide the OEB's review of the OPA's IPSP and procurement processes, as well as proposed filing guidelines to be followed by the OPA in relation to the IPSP.

September 1, 2006

The OEB issued a letter to all parties interested in the OEB's Review of the Ontario Power Authority's Integrated Power System Plan and Procurement Processes: