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RESA: NY PSC Should "Review" ESCO's Ability To Offer Energy-Related Value-Added Products As Part Of Eligibility Determination

September 19, 2017

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Copyright 2010-17 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
Reporting by Paul Ring • ring@energychoicematters.com

As part of a series of proposed market reforms contained in its testimony in the New York PSC's evidentiary review of the retail energy mass markets, a witness for the Retail Energy Supply Association proposed that, as part of strengthened ESCO eligibility requirements, the PSC should "review" an ESCO's ability to offer energy-related value-added products and services

While RESA does not propose that the PSC, "mandate" that ESCOs offer energy-related value-added products and services, RESA's witness, Frank Lacey, former senior leader at several retail energy suppliers, proposed that the PSC, "consider," an ESCOs experience with energy-related value-added products and services as part of evaluating an ESCO's managerial and technical competency

Lacey testified that the Commission should review an ESCO’s ability to offer energy-related value-added products and services as part of the eligibility review process

"As part of an ESCO eligibility process, ESCOs should also provide information on their experience developing and offering energy-related value added products and services such as demand response, energy efficiency, energy management or other services. If the ESCO had no experience in this area, it should be required to develop and present to the Commission a plan to develop these capabilities. Rather than a mandate for ESCOs to offer such products, these criteria would be added to the PSC’s overall review of the ESCO’s eligibility application. The PSC could consider the level of experience in offering such products (or the level of detail shown in the plan) as part of its determination of whether the ESCO has sufficient managerial and technical competency to be approved as a market participant in New York," Lacey testified

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