Oct. 18, 2021
ARP Telephonic Rate Workshop
The ARP Executive Committee held a workshop last Tuesday to review the September All-Requirements Project loads, costs and rates. The average billed demand and energy cost for September was $75.95 per megawatt hour. Energy sales to participants were 3% above budget, and total energy sales to the power pool and other third parties were 50% above budget. The additional energy sales helped lessen the rate impact of natural gas prices that on average were $1.51 per MMBtu higher than budgeted. The full agenda package is available on the Portal.
Policy Makers Liaison Committee
FMPA’s Policy Makers Liaison Committee meets Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at FMPA’s Orlando office. Discussion topics will include a federal legislative update, a presentation on energy price increases and the impact on power costs, and an update on FMPA management goals for fiscal 2022. Lunch will be provided at noon. The full agenda package is available on the Portal. Contact: Mark McCain
FMPA’s Finance Committee meets on Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Board room. The committee will consider an action item to approve Appendix I of the Asset Management and Operation Policy and hear three information items, including: 1) review of the St. Lucie participant audit for 2019-2020, 2) review of the procurement operational audit, and 3) annual IT update. A teleconference option will be available for those not able to attend in person. The full agenda package is available on the Portal. Contact: Linda Howard
Board of Director
FMPA’s Board of Directors meets Thursday at 9 a.m. in the Board room. The Board will hear four information items, including presentations on: 1) draft management goals for fiscal 2022, 2) energy price increases and the impact on power costs, 3) DataSite Orlando contract renewal, and 4) summary of Finance Committee items. The full agenda package is available on the Portal. Contact: Jacob Williams
ARP Executive Committee
The ARP Executive Committee meets Thursday at 9:15 a.m., or immediately following the Board of Directors meeting. The committee will consider three action items, including: 1) approval to revised Rate Schedule B-1 to be effective Oct. 1, 2021, 2) approval of Amendment 1 to Transmission Improvement Cost Sharing Agreement with Keys Energy Services, and 3) approval of spending authority for Stock Island event. The full agenda package is available on the Portal. Contact: Jacob Williams
All-Requirements Project Load Forecast
FMPA has begun work on the 2022 All-Requirements Project (ARP) load forecast, which predicts peak and energy loads for ARP member cities. FMPA provides the load forecast every year to ensure members have adequate low-cost power generation and to support FMPA’s annual budget process. Members should contact Robert Nelcoski to provide retail data through September 2021 to support the forecast schedule.
Lineworker Safety Program Steering Committee
The Steering Committee for the TVPPA-FMPA Lineworker Safety Program met last Tuesday to provide feedback to enhance effectiveness, identify areas of improvement and discuss next steps. During the meeting, the committee elected Bushnell Electric Director Steve Macholz as committee Chair, and participants provided positive comments about the new safety program. Contact: Mike McCleary
Members interested in discussing substation, relay and compliance topics are reminded to register for the Substation Roundtable scheduled for Dec. 2–3 in Jacksonville Beach. Contact Matt Campbell at Beaches or Alan O’Heron at FMPA to learn more about this free event.
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Florida Public Power Communications Roundtable
Nov. 2 | Marriott Orlando Airport Lakeside
FMEA Energy Connections Conference & Trade Show
Nov. 3-4 | Marriott Orlando Airport Lakeside
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