Grant PUD commissioners usually meet the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month. Staff reports usually begin at 9:30 a.m. The business meeting begins at 1 p.m. For more information, view the Current meeting agenda and click here for calendar.
30 C Street SW, Ephrata, WA 98823
Notice of Adjournment & Continuance
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2023 Meeting Material Archives
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Public Hearings & Workshops
Throughout the year Grant PUD will hold meetings requesting public input. Comments can be shared anytime to the commissioners via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by mailing Grant PUD Commissioners at PO Box 878, Ephrata, WA 98823.
Oct. 11, 2 p.m.
Ephrata Headquarters Commission Room | 30 C St SW Ephrata WA 98823
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Call-in Option: 509.703.5291, Conference ID: 596 502 173#
Oct. 11 6 p.m.
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Call-in Option: 509.703.5291, Conference ID: 867 891 244#
Oct. 13, 6 p.m.
Port of Quincy Boardroom | 101 F St. SW Quincy WA 98848 (In-person only)
Transmission Rate Development
Introduction to transmission cost analysis
The draft transmission cost analysis (used to determine transmission rates) is a fairly standard analysis similar to developing and proposing formula rates in front of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
Grant PUD's goal is to ensure the rates, terms and conditions of service for wholesale sales and transmission of electric energy are just, reasonable, and not unduly discriminatory or preferential.
Borrowing from FERC language:
[T]he integrity and transparency of formula rates and their implementation are critically important in ensuring just and reasonable rates. Therefore, the Commission’s policy is that utilities include safeguards in their transmission formula rate protocols to provide transparency in the utilities’ implementation of their transmission formula rates, to ensure that the input data is the correct data and that calculations are performed consistent with the formula. Among these safeguards is a requirement for utilities to share the annual updates to their transmission rates determined pursuant to their formulas, with appropriate support, with all interested parties and to file such annual updates with the Commission on an informational basis.
Grant PUD Commissioners have adopted Resolution No. 8953 which sets Grant PUD’s rates for wholesale transmission delivery of power to customers in Grant County. The approved rates (Wholesale Transmission Delivery Rates 30 and 31) are available at www.grantpud.org/rates-fees.
Process and Timeline - Updated
Cost Study Issue Responses (Following Draft Version 1)
Cost Study Issue Responses (Following Draft 1 - Updated 7.25.19)
Cost Study Issue Question Responses (Following Draft 1 - Updated 8.5.19)
Cost Study Questions & Responses - BPA (08.06.19)
Cost Study Questions & Responses - BPA (08.27.19) Includes Exhibit A
Cost Study Questions & Responses - USBR (12.04.19)
Draft Transmission Cost Study Version 1
Draft Transmission Cost Study Version 2
Draft Transmission Cost Study Version 2 (with corrections)
Transmission Cost Study - Updated Jan. 27, 2020
Transmission Cost Study Presentation
Transmission Cost Study Rates Package
Cost Study Questions & Responses - BPA & USBR (3.23.20)
Comments To Commission - USBR, ECBID & BPA (5.12.2020)
Cost Study Questions & Response - USBR (4.27.2020)
Revised Draft Transmission Cost Study - (June 2020)
Transmission Workshop - (July 7, 2020)
USBR & Irrigation Districts Presentation to Commission - (July 13, 2020)
USBR & Irrigation Districts Proposal to Commission - (July 15, 2020)