Request for Proposal No. U14-FAC/AER-1
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL NO. U14-FAC/AER-1
A MANAGEMENT/PERFORMANCE and FINANCIAL AUDIT
of the FUEL ADJUSTMENT CLAUSE RIDER
and the ALTERNATIVE ENERGY RIDER of
THE DAYTON POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY
Ohio’s electric law, Senate Bill 221, requires electric utilities to provide consumers with a standard service offer, consisting of either a market rate offer (MRO) or an electric security plan (ESP), Section 4928.142, Revised Code. By opinion and order issued on June 24, 2009, the Commission approved an ESP in Case No. 08-1094-EL-SSO, et al, that, among other things, authorized The Dayton Power and Light Company (DP&L) to establish a fuel adjustment clause (FAC) and an alterative energy rider (AER). As it pertains to the FAC, the Order allowed the Company to recover retail fuel and purchased power costs, based on least cost fuel and purchased power being allocated to retail customers. Costs related to the alternative energy requirements of DP&L, as required pursuant to Sections 4928.64 and 4928.65, Revised Code were recovered through the AER. On September 4, 2013, DP&L’s second ESP was approved in Case No 12-426-EL-SSO, et al, for the period beginning January 1, 2014 and terminating May 31, 2017. Both a FAC and an AER were approved for the term of the second ESP.
This Request for Proposal seeks audit services to address the management performance and financial aspects of the FAC and AER recovery mechanisms for the years 2013 and 2014. Your firm is invited to submit a proposal to perform these audits.
Proposal responses must be sent to Vic Gallina in a sealed package by 5 p.m. on Friday, February 28, 2014
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
February 28, 2014
Case No. 14-0117-EL-FAC (02-05-14) (word version)
Case No. 14-0117-EL-FAC and RFP U14-FAC/AER-1 (02-05-14) (pdf version)
RFP U14-FAC/AER-1 (02-05-14) (word version)