Integrated Power System Plan I

The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) on August 29, 2007 filed an application for approval of the Integrated Power System Plan (IPSP) with the Ontario Energy Board (OEB). The OEB will examine the IPSP with regard to cost effectiveness and economic prudence. Questions about the IPSP will be addressed in the OEB proceeding on this application. The review was suspended in late 2008.

The full OPA submission to the Ontario Energy Board can be found below.

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Evidence includes a summary of the evidence, correspondence between the OPA and the Ontario Energy Board and filing guidelines.
Evidence includes information on the development of the IPSP and the procurement process.
Evidence includes First Nations and Métis Communities Engagement, IPSP discussion papers, and stakeholder submissions.
Continued: Evidence includes First Nations and Métis Communities Engagement, IPSP discussion papers, and stakeholder submissions.
Continued: Evidence includes First Nations and Métis Communities Engagement, IPSP discussion papers, and stakeholder submissions.
Evidence includes load forecast, reserve and resource requirements, and conservation resources.
Evidence includes information on transmission planning, enabling various supply types, and transmission reinforcements.
Evidence includes information on the procurement process and stakeholder feedback on supply procurements (2005).
Evidence includes plan outcomes, cost and consideration of safety, environmental protection and sustainability.
OPA's Responses to Board Staff and Intervenor Interrogatories.
Evidence of Intervenors.
Letters from the OPA to the Ontario Energy Board.