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17:23 - 22/05/2017
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The DPPA Pilot Program Rules will govern the DPPA Pilot Program. The rules have been developed in a collaborative manner among government stakeholders as well as interested private sector participants. In the case of a dispute, the Market Rules will govern. The Program Rules cover a variety of issues, including:
- Minimum RE Coverage Levels + (click to expand)
Eighty Percent of the Seller’s production must be contracted to each Consumers through the CfD
- Participation of Consortia + (click to expand)
Consortia of potential DPPA Consumers are welcomed and encouraged to participate in the DPPA Pilot Program. Consortia have many of the same eligibility and operational requirements as DPPA Consumers. The key difference is that they must be sure to enshrine default protections in a legally enforceable document.
- Calculation and Escalation of Prices + (click to expand)
Strike Price: The strike price is agreed to in the RE GENCO and DPPA Consumer’s CfD. Terms for calculation and escalation are to be determined and agreed to by these parties without the interference or input of MOIT.
DPPA Charge: Based on extensive consultations and analysis, the DPPA charge has been determined to be XX for DPPA Pilot Program Year 1. The charge will be adjusted annually based on a similar analysis and forecasting exercise.
- Invoicing + (click to expand)
The PC will meter DPPA Consumers at an hourly basis for invoicing at the spot market price. The DPPA Consumer will make monthly payments to the PC at the spot market price for the energy consumed. At this time, the DPPA Consumer will also pay the requisite DPPA Charge to the PC. The PC will collect the DPPA Charge and pass along the cost recovery fees to relevant power sector stakeholders such as EPTC, EVN, and NLDC.
- Settlement + (click to expand)
NLDC will provide RE GENCO metered power delivery data to the DPPA Consumer and RE GENCO. The RE GENCO and DPPA Consumer can determine the frequency of this delivery, but should be at least monthly. The NLDC portal will monitor and tally the total spot market price paid versus the agreed upon CfD strike price. The DPPA Consumer and RE GENCO will then pay the difference in accumulated spot market price vs. strike price as appropriate.
- DPPA Pilot Program Participation Requirements + (click to expand)
DPPA Pilot Program participants, both RE GENCOs and DPPA Consumers, will have various requirements throughout the DPPA Pilot Program for monitoring, evaluation, and improvement purposes:
Reporting: DPPA Pilot Program participants must prepare a monthly report detailing the percentage of their energy that comes from DPPA Pilot Program as well as a detailed financial reporting of the payments between DPPA Consumer, RE GENCO, and EVN. These monthly reports should also highlight any achievements and challenges that have occurred or are anticipated.
Environmental Attribute Registration and Tracking: RE GENCOs are responsible for registering their projects with an environmental attribute registry to initiate the creation of environmental attribute certificates. This enables the tracking, trading, and retiring of environmental attributes. RE GENCO and their respective DPPA Consumers can choose either the I-RECS or TIGR environmental attribute registries.
Working Group Meetings: Throughout the Pilot Program’s tenure, DPPA Pilot Program participants will be expected to participate in at least three (3) Working Group Meetings with other Pilot participants to discuss their experiences throughout the program.
Presentations & Marketing: DPPA Pilot Program participants may potentially be asked at some point during the Pilot Program to participate in meetings, presentations, or promotional activities on behalf of MOIT and the DPPA Pilot Program to share their experiences using this pilot mechanism.
- Environmental Attributes + (click to expand)
DPPA Pilot Program participants are responsible for registering their projects with an environmental attribute registry to initiate the creation of environmental attribute certificates. This enables the tracking, trading, and retiring of environmental attributes. RE GENCO and their respective DPPA Consumers can choose either the I-RECS or TIGR environmental attribute registries.