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TITLE 10—Energy

CHAPTER III—DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

PART 905—ENERGY PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§905.1
What are the purposes of the Energy Planning and Management Program?
§905.2
What are the key definitions of this part?
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Subpart B—INTEGRATED RESOURCE PLANNING

§905.10
Who must comply with the integrated resource planning and reporting regulations in this subpart?
§905.11
What must an IRP include?
§905.12
How must IRPs be submitted?
§905.13
When must IRPs be submitted?
§905.14
Does Western require annual IRP progress reports?
§905.15
What are the requirements for the small customer plan alternative?
§905.16
What are the requirements for the minimum investment report alternative?
§905.17
What are the requirements for the energy efficiency and/or renewable energy report (EE/RE report) alternative?
§905.18
What are the criteria for Western's approval of submittals?
§905.19
How are plans and reports reviewed and approved?
§905.20
When are customers in noncompliance with the regulations in this subpart, and how does Western ensure compliance?
§905.21
What is the administrative appeal process?
§905.22
How does Western periodically evaluate customer actions?
§905.23
What are the opportunities for using the Freedom of Information Act to request plan and report data?
§905.24
Will Western conduct reviews of this program?
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Subpart C—POWER MARKETING INITIATIVE

§905.30
Purpose and applicability.
§905.31
Term.
§905.32
Resource extensions and resource pool size.
§905.33
Extension formula.
§905.34
Adjustment provisions.
§905.35
New customer eligibility.
§905.36
Marketing criteria.
§905.37
Process.
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Subpart D—ENERGY SERVICES

§905.40
Technical assistance.


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