The Transmission System Code sets out the minimum standards that an electricity transmitter must meet in designing, constructing, managing and operating its transmission system. The Code sets out the requirements, standards, terms and conditions of a transmitter's obligations to connect customers to the transmission system, including performance standards, technical requirements and expansions and connections. On June 12, 2002, the OEB initiated a proceeding to determine if changes are required to this Code.
June 8, 2004 — The OEB today issued its Phase 1 Policy Decision
- Appendix A - List of Parties
- Appendix B - Settlement Conference Facilitator's Report
- Appendix C - Synopsis of the Board Decision (Note: For specific findings and reasoning supporting those findings, it is important to refer to the Decision itself. All matters of interpretation are dependent on the words of the Decision).
Transmission asset valuation report
Navigant Consulting was retained to provide the Board with advice on any implementation issues that may arise associated with the use of Iowa/dispersion curves within the context of determining the remaining value of transmission assets.
- Report (December 19, 2003)
Settlement agreement report
Below is the report of the Settlement Conference (September 9 - 16, 2003) which sets out the outcome for each of the seven issues that the OEB requested the parties to consider. The report was presented to the OEB on September 25, 2003.
June 12, 2002—the OEB initiated a proceeding to determine if changes are required to the Transmission System Code.