California Maintains Limits on RTP Pilot

Fortnightly Magazine - November 15 1996
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The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has denied a request by a large noncore gas user for a waiver from eligibility limits imposed under a real-time pricing (RTP) experiment for gas transportation service approved by the CPUC in 1994 for San Diego Gas and Electric Co. (SDG&E).

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In an earlier ruling, the CPUC had restricted eligibility for the RTP experiment to a maximum of 10 customers per year, and had excluded electric generation and cogeneration customers from eligibility. But one gas customer of SDG&E, NutraSweet Kelco Co., which took service both as a cogenerator and as a noncogeneration customer, had sought a waiver to obtain gas for cogeneration under the experimental tariff.

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