demand-side management programs. A study of the functioning of interim policies on DSM cost-recovery methods indicated that the lost revenue recovery encouraged the utility to meet its conservation resource goals, according to the PSC. It noted that the staff report concluded that other experimental methods to remove the disincentive to utility DSM investment, such as "statistical
recoupling," were not recommended due to the current size of the utility's DSM investment and the
potential size of the revenue transfer under the experimental rate method. Re Demand-side Resources and the Analysis of Regulatory Changes to Encourage Implementation of Integrated Resource Planning, Docket No. 92-2035-04, June 14, 1995 (Utah P.S.C.).
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