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Items of Interest at Upcoming Agenda Conference 8/15/06
TALLAHASSEE — The following items are among those
scheduled for consideration by the Commission at the August 15, 2006,
ITEM 7: DOCKET NO. 060415-GU – PETITION FOR MODIFICATION OF
ENERGY CONSERVATION PLAN OF
FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES, INC., REGARDING FULL HOUSE RESIDENTIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM, RESIDENTIAL APPLIANCE REPLACEMENT PROGRAM
AND RESIDENTIAL APPLIANCE RETENTION
Commission will consider a staff recommendation addressing proposed changes to three
of Florida Public Utilities, Inc.’s energy conservation programs.
– IMPLEMENTATION FOR STATUTORY OPTION FOR PRICE REGULATED LOCAL EXCHANGE
TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANIES TO PUBLISH RATES, TERMS, AND CONDITIONS FOR NONBASIC SERVICES
PURSUANT TO SECTION 364.051(5)(a), F.S. The Commission will consider a staff recommendation
addressing whether to establish guidelines for both web-based and paper
publication of rates, terms, and conditions for nonbasic services.
ITEM 13: DOCKET NO. 060362-EI – PETITION TO RECOVER NATURAL GAS STORAGE PROJECT COSTS THROUGH FUELCOST RECOVERY CLAUSE BY FLORIDA POWER
& LIGHT COMPANY. The Commission will consider a staff
recommendation regarding Florida Power and Light’s request to recover costs
associated with its participation in the subsurface natural gas storage
facility, MoBay Gas Storage Hub, located in Mobile County, Alabama, through the
fuel cost recovery clause.
– PETITION FOR APPROVAL OF REVISIONS TO DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT PLAN BY FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT
Commission will consider a staff recommendation concerning Florida Power and
Light’s request for approval of two new and seven revised Demand-Side Management
(DSM) programs .
– REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF CONTRACT WITH A QUALIFYING FACILITY FOR PURCHASE OF FIRM CAPACITY AND ENERGY BETWEEN FLORIDA POWER
CORPORATION D/B/A PROGRESS ENERGY FLORIDA, INC. AND FLORIDA BIOMASS ENERGY GROUP,
Commission will consider a Progress Energy Florida request for approval of a
negotiated qualifying facility contract for 116 MWs of capacity and energy from
Florida Biomass' proposed "e-grass" project, to grow, gasify, and
burn in a combustion turbine the biomass from e-grass grown on site.