Or. Admin. R. 860-038-0750 - De-Enrollment Due to Failure to Meet Load Standard

If the actual load of a facility served under the New Large Load Direct Access Program fails to meet the requirements outlined in OAR 860-038-0730(3) and the electric company elects to de-enroll the participant, the electric company must provide written notification to the New Large Load participant and the Commission of its proposal to move the participant to the appropriate cost-of-service rate schedule.

(1) Within 60 days of notification, the participant may provide a written response to the electric company and the Commission to demonstrate that its reduction in load to less than 10 average megawatts was the result of equipment failure, energy efficiency, load curtailment or load control, or other causes outside the control of the New Large Load Direct Access Program participant.
(2) The electric company may not transition a participant to a new rate structure under this provision before 90 days has passed since the notice from the electric company.


Or. Admin. R. 860-038-0750
PUC 6-2018, adopt filed 09/18/2018, effective 9/18/2018

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS Ch. 183, 756, 757

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 756.040, 757.600 through 757.667

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