SEA 340-2014
• prohibited the extension or renewal of Energizing
Indiana/TPA beyond 2014
• allowed industrial customers mo...
SEA 412-2015
• Beginning in 2017, utilities to file EE plan (includes savings
goals, programs, budgets, independent EM&V) ...
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NARUC Summer Conference - Energy Efficiency in Indiana - 07122015

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  • 1. SEA 340-2014 • prohibited the extension or renewal of Energizing Indiana/TPA beyond 2014 • allowed industrial customers more than 1MW to "opt-out" of energy efficiency programs and costs • required IURC to conduct review of Energizing Indiana • prohibited IURC from requiring a utility to meet a 2% annual savings target by 2019 • allowed a utility to offer a "cost-effective portfolio of energy efficiency programs to customers"
  • 2. SEA 412-2015 • Beginning in 2017, utilities to file EE plan (includes savings goals, programs, budgets, independent EM&V) every 3 yrs • Utility's EE plan must be "reasonable" by IURC – Considers PI and LRAM – Inter-class subsidy prohibition (e.g., remaining industrial customers pay for only industrial programs) • IURC may not require TPA • If plan "reasonable", IURC must allow recovery of reasonable PI and reasonable LRAM • Opt-out for industrial customers over 1MW maintained

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