Factors to be considered in approving plan
- • authority to establish plan
- • consultation with State Department of Energy
(1) Approval of utility plans for the curtailment of load shall be based on the following factors:
(a) The consistency of the plan with the public health, safety and welfare;
(b) The technical feasibility of implementation of the plan;
(c) The effectiveness with which the plan minimizes the impact of any curtailment; and
(d) Consistency with Oregon energy policies formulated under ORS 469.010 (Policy) to 469.155 (Advisory energy conservation standards for dwellings), 469.300 (Definitions) to 469.563 (Court orders for enforcement) and 757.710 (Emergency curtailment plan required) and this section.
(2) In the event of an emergency threatening the health, safety and welfare of the general public, the Public Utility Commission may on the commission’s own motion and without hearing establish a plan for the curtailment of load by any person referred to in ORS 757.710 (Emergency curtailment plan required). If an emergency is not present, the commission shall prior to approval hold public hearings with respect to any proposed plan and give reasonable notice of such hearings.
(3) The commission shall consult with the Director of the State Department of Energy before approving a plan. [1973 c.309 §3; 1975 c.606 §11; 2005 c.22 §508]
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