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 Peak Reliability Funding

 
ALTERNATIVE FUNDING AGREEMENT
At the June 10, 2015, Peak Reliability Annual Meeting, membership voted to approve an Alternative Funding Agreement (AFA) for Peak. This agreement  replaced Peak’s previous funding arrangement which was through Section 215 of the Federal Power Act.
Funding parties representing no less than 90 percent of Net Energy for Load (NEL) in the US portion of the Western Interconnection were required to  execute the AFA for it to become effective. On August 7, 2015, Peak met this threshold and subsequently, on August 11, 2015, it made an informational filing with FERC advising that it was no longer seeking Section 215 funding for those Funding Parties.  
A copy of the final Alternative Funding Agreement is available on the Peak website HERE.
A copy of the August 7, 2015 Peak News Bulletin announcing the achievement of the threshold is available HERE
A copy of Peak’s August 11, 2015 informational filing with FERC is available on the Peak website HERE
To subscribe to receive stakeholder information via email about the Alternative Funding Agreement - please click on this link.
 
 

 Stakeholder Updates

 
  
  
2015_06_10 Peak Board and Member Approved Final Agreement.pdf2015_06_10 Peak Board and Member Approved Final Agreement
2016 Financial Report per section 4.7.1.pdf2016 Financial Report per section 4.7.1
 

 Briefing Events

 
  
  
  
  
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 Funding Parties

 
  
  
Arizona Public Service Company.pdfArizona Public Service Company
Arlington Valley.pdfArlington Valley
Avista Corporation.pdfAvista Corporation
Balancing Authority of Northern California.pdfBalancing Authority of Northern California
Black Hills Corporation.pdfBlack Hills Corporation
Bonneville Power Administration.pdfBonneville Power Administration
California ISO.pdfCalifornia ISO
Colorado Springs Utilities.pdfColorado Springs Utilities
El Paso Electric.pdfEl Paso Electric
Eugene Water and Electric Board.pdfEugene Water and Electric Board
Farmington Electric Utility System.pdfFarmington Electric Utility System
Gridforce Energy Management.pdfGridforce Energy Management
Griffith Energy.pdfGriffith Energy
Idaho Power Company.pdfIdaho Power Company
Imperial Irrigation District.pdfImperial Irrigation District
Intermountain Rural Electric Association.pdfIntermountain Rural Electric Association
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.pdfLos Angeles Department of Water and Power
MATL.pdfMATL
Modesto Irrigation District.pdfModesto Irrigation District
NaturEner USA.pdfNaturEner USA
Nevada Power Company-NV Energy.pdfNevada Power Company-NV Energy
New Harquahala Generating Company.pdfNew Harquahala Generating Company
NNSA Los Alamos Field Office.pdfNNSA Los Alamos Field Office
NorthWestern Energy.pdfNorthWestern Energy
PacifiCorp.pdfPacifiCorp
Pend Oreille County Public Utility District No. 1.pdfPend Oreille County Public Utility District No. 1
Platte River Power Authority.pdfPlatte River Power Authority
Portland General Electric.pdfPortland General Electric
Public Service Company of Colorado.pdfPublic Service Company of Colorado
Public Service Company of New Mexico.pdfPublic Service Company of New Mexico
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