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20 Dec
CAISO avoiding fix to massive market distortion that harms local renewables [WEBINAR VIDEO LINK]
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Resource Type : Presentation or Speech
Topic : Net Energy Metering    Valuation, Analysis, BCA    
State : California    
Author : Katie Ramsey, Clean Coalition; Daryl Michalik, Dynamic Grid Council
Adoption Year : 2016
The webinar featured a presentation providing background on the massive TAC distortion that heaps a 3 cents/kWh disadvantage on local renewables and results in highly unfavorable economic and environmental outcomes. The webinar also summarized how the California independent System Operator (CAISO) has failed to address the TAC issue on a timely basis and provided recommendations for a straightforward fix, at almost no cost, that could be implemented without delay and in a manner that reduces the substantial risks to California that are associat
20 Dec
Transmission Access Charges (TAC): A Massive Market Distortion That Harms Local Renewables and California Ratepayers
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Resource Type : Presentation or Speech
Topic : Net Energy Metering    Valuation, Analysis, BCA    
State : California    
Author : Katie Ramsey, Clean Coalition; Daryl Michalik, Dynamic Grid Council
Adoption Year : 2016
Transmission Access Charges (TAC) are fees designed to pay for the state’s transmission system, including operations and maintenance, amortization of capital, and return-on-equity. TAC add about $0.03 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) to the levelized cost of energy over a 20-year contract, which is about 30% of the wholesale value of energy in California. To align costs and benefits, TAC should only apply to energy that is delivered through the transmission system. Therefore, TAC should be calculated based on the metered Transmission Energy own flow as