Energy Efficiency Plan & Report (EEPR)
The Energy Efficiency Rule requires the electric utilities to file an EEPR by April 1 of each year. The EEPR describes how the utility intends to achieve the goals set forth by the PUC and is divided into a Plan, which describes how the utility intends to implement its energy efficiency programs over the next two years and a Report, which outlines actual program results and spending for the previous program year.
The filing includes:
- Total actual and weather-adjusted peak demand and energy consumption
- Demand and energy goals
- Description of energy efficiency programs
- Estimated demand reduction and energy savings
- Proposed annual budget to implement programs
- Program results and actual expenditures from the previous program year
EEPRs for AEP Texas are below:
Energy Efficiency Cost Recovery Factor (EECRF)
A utility may request that an EECRF be established to cover all of the utility's forecasted annual energy efficiency program costs, if the commission order establishing base rates does not expressly include an amount for energy efficiency program costs and bonus (if applicable). Utilities with EECRFs may file for an adjustment no later than May 1 of each year; approved adjustments become effective in January of the following year.
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