Oregon Public Utility Commission

Rule Rule 860-082-0065
Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements


(1)

The public utility must maintain a record of the following information for at least two years:

(a)

The number of complete small generator interconnection applications received;

(b)

The time required to complete the review process for each application; and

(c)

The reasons for the approval or denial of each application.

(2)

For as long as an interconnection customer’s small generator facility is interconnected to a public utility’s transmission or distribution system, the interconnecting public utility must maintain copies of the interconnection application, interconnection agreement, and certificate of completion for the small generator facility. The public utility must provide a copy of the interconnection customer’s records to the interconnection customer within 15 business days after receipt of a written request.

(3)

The public utility must submit an annual report to the Commission summarizing the public utility’s interconnection activities for the previous calendar year. The annual report must be filed by May 30 and must include the following information:

(a)

The number of complete small generator interconnection applications received;

(b)

The number of small generator facility interconnections completed;

(c)

The types of small generator facilities applying for interconnection and the nameplate capacity of the facilities;

(d)

The location of completed and proposed small generator facilities by zip code;

(e)

For each Tier 3 and Tier 4 small generator interconnection approval, the basic telemetry configuration, if applicable; and

(f)

For each Tier 4 small generator interconnection approval:

(A)

The interconnection facilities required to accommodate the interconnection of a small generator facility and the estimated costs of those facilities; and

(B)

The system upgrades required to accommodate the interconnection of a small generator facility and the estimated costs of those upgrades.
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