THE DAYTON POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY'S CBP SSO AUCTIONS

Data

DAT 00001 (revised 06/19/2014)
Published On: 09/18/2013

Question: What was the expected size (MW), tenor, and what % was SSO of total load for the October 2013 CBP Auction?

Answer: Based on a Peak Load Contribution for Standard Offer load of 1,044 MW, one tranche would be 10.44 MW. Detailed information on DP&L load will be made available via the Information Website to prospective bidders who have submitted an Account Request Form and have been approved through the Part 1 Qualification process.

DATA 00002
Published On: 09/26/2013

Question: How often will DP&L be providing updates to actual (realized) load data?

Answer: DP&L will update load data on a quarterly basis.  Specifically, updates will occur in September, December, March, and June of every year.

DATA 00003 (revised 06/19/2014)
Published On: 10/10/2013

Question: Can DP&L provide load data at the customer class level for communities that have switched to a supplier through government aggregation and load data for communities that have received approval for aggregation but have not yet started?

Answer: Municipal aggregation data will not be provided.

DATA 00004 (revised 08/25/2014)
Published On: 10/11/2013

Question: Can you please confirm that the product of the following three items equals the PJM settlement data called load without losses? 1) hourly load 2) the DP&L UFE Factor, and 3) [1-Deration Factor]

Answer: The product of ‘Hourly Load’ & ‘DP&L UFE Factor’ is Load With Losses.  Multiplying that by ‘Deration Factor’ results in Marginal (Transmission) Losses.  To obtain Load Without Losses, subtract Marginal Losses from the product of ‘Hourly Load’ and ‘DP&L UFE Factor’.

DATA 00006 (revised 03/24/2017)
Published On: 10/25/2013

Question: Are the Unique Arrangement Customers load included in the historic Non-shopped load data that was provided to the auction participants?

Answer: As explained in Section 2.1 of the Bidding Rules, SSO Load will include the requirements of any Unique Arrangement Customers of The Dayton Power and Light Company who are served under special contracts. Unique Arrangement customer load is included in the historic NonShop load data that is provided on DP&L’s Information Website.

DATA 00007
Published On: 08/18/2014

Question: Please confirm whether the Peak Load Contribution (PLC) data provided in the load data are scaled or unscaled values? Specially, is the peak at the PLU or PLO level?

Answer: The PLC data is unscaled, but the Daily Zonal Scaling Factor is also provided.

DATA 00008
Published On: 09/16/2014

Question: Can you confirm whether the NSPL is scaled or unscaled? The total NSPL between January and May appears to be at different level from NSPL between June and December. Is the NSPL reallocated every year after PLC is changed on June 1st?

Answer: The NSPL values are effective from January 1st to December 31st.  The PLC values are effective from June 1st to May 31st.  Like the PLC, the NSPL is unscaled.

DAT 00009
Published On: 03/14/2017

Question: Does the Non-Shop hourly load data include PIPP hourly load?

Answer: Yes.  The Non-Shop hourly load data currently includes PIPP.  DP&L is planning to separately identify PIPP hourly load after June 1, 2017 and such load data will be appropriately labeled.  

DAT 00010
Published On: 03/15/2017

Question: How many Unique Arrangement Customers are currently taking service as SSO customer? What are their sizes (MW) and when will their special contracts end?

Answer: Currently, there is one customer who has a unique arrangement contract with Dayton Power and Light.  Their load is approximately 73 MW and their contract expires at the end of 2017.  Unique Arrangement customers have the ability to switch to competitive retail electric service at any time.

DAT 00011
Published On: 03/20/2017

Question: Is "2013_2016_PIPP" excel sheet in Load Data for DP&L only? I see "Total Ohio PIPP Load" in the sheet.

Answer: The data is DP&L's PIPP load only.  The title has been changed to “Total DP&L PIPP Load”.

DAT 00012
Published On: 03/21/2017

Question: Can you please provide PLC’s for PIPP customers?

Answer: Historical PIPP PLCs are not available.  As of March 20, 2017, the 2017/18 PLC for PIPP customers: 72,073 kW.

DAT 00013
Published On: 03/21/2017

Question: Is UFE included in the PIPP hourly load data? If not, should we use residential load UFE’s for PIPP customers?

Answer: UFE is not included in the PIPP hourly load data.  Yes, the residential UFE factors should be used for PIPP load.

DAT 00014
Published On: 03/21/2017

Question: Can you please provide illustrative PLC's for all load classes for the 2017/2018 planning year as of today?

Answer: The following are estimates only.  As of March 20, 2017, the 2017/18 PLC by load class excluding PIPP (kW): 

DAT 00015
Published On: 03/21/2017

Question: Can you provide the historical hourly load for current UAC contract(Wright Patterson Air Force Base)? And are they included in commercial or residential non-shop load?

Answer: DP&L does not provide individual customer hourly data.  Wright Patterson Air Force Base load is included in commercial non-shop load.

DAT 00016
Published On: 03/31/2017

Question: The illustrative PLC of Jan 1, 2017 for non-shopping Res is 545,878 and it is said that this excludes PIPP customers. The given non-shopping Res PLC as of 2/28/2017 is 561,239 which is said to include PIPP. Given that PIPP is almost 15% of the default service Res load, can you please confirm that the illustrative PLC is correct?

Answer: The PLC's are correct.  Please note the scaling factors.  June 1, 2017 has a scaling factor of 1.0098, and February 28, 2017 has a scaling factor of 0.9719.

DAT 00017
Published On: 03/31/2017

Question: The PLC that we see for the industrial load class, non-shopping customers, in the data file provided is 27,199, as of Feb 28 2017. The illustrative PLC given for this load class as of March 20 2017 is 13,069 . Can you please confirm if the illustrative PLC's are correct? Why was there a 50% drop in PLC? Was there a major attrition in the industrial load from 2/28/2017 to 3/20/2017?

Answer: The PLC's are correct.  There was an industrial customer that opened an account on 2/10/17 and then switched to a Competitive Retail Electric Service (CRES) provider as of 3/31/2017.

DAT 00018
Published On: 04/14/2017

Question: Can you confirm that the PLC values in FAQ DAT 00015 exclude the PIPP PLC? The PLC from DAT 00012 of 72,073 kW combined with the Residential PLC from FAQ DAT 00015 of 545,878 kW equals 617,951 kW. This is approximately 10% higher than the PLC as of 2/28/17 provided in the "Capacity PLC & DZSF" tab of the historical data file of 561,239 kW. Since this value includes PIPP it seems odd that the PY 17/18 PLC values excluding PIPP would be 10% higher than the current planning year PLC values which include PIPP, for dates that are within a month of each other.

Answer: The PLC's are correct.  Please note the scaling factors.  June 1, 2017 has a scaling factor of 1.0098, and February 28, 2017 has a scaling factor of 0.9719.

DAT 00019
Published On: 05/08/2017

Question: Can you please provide updated illustrative PLCs for Residential, Commercial, Industrial and PIPP Customers? The last data was as of March 20th.

Answer: DP&L will provide updated load data through the end of April 2017.  This will be posted to the website before June 1st.

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