Washington Regulatory Information
This section contains rules/regulations and tariff schedules that are currently in effect. PacifiCorp seeks to keep this information accurate and current. However, the only tariffs that are actually in force are on file with the Washington Utilities & Transportation Commission.
Advice filings, applications and associated testimony & selected exhibits filed by the company and submitted to the Commission for approval can be found in this section. Information in this section is organized by Docket Number and/or Advice Number.
|Filing #||Filing Title|
Docket UE 111880
PacifiCorp's Report on its Ten-year Achievable Conservation Potential and Biennial Conservation Target for 2012 and 2013
- 08/15/12 Compliance Report
WA UE 111880 Compliance
- 06/04/12 Revised Business Plan
WA UE 111880 Revised Business Plan
Docket UE 100170
2010-2011 Biennial Conservation Report
- 06/01/12 Biennial Conservation Report
WA UE 100170 2010 2011 Biennial Conservation Rpt
Docket UE 120813
- 07/13/12 Revised Pages
WA UE 120813 Revised Pages
- 06/01/12 Renewable Report
WA UE 110523 Renewable Report
Docket U 121165
Petition of PSE for a Declaratory Order on the Meaning of Conservation in Chapter 19.285 RCW
- 07/25/12 Statement of Fact and Law
WA U 121165 Stmt of Fact and Law
Docket UE 130043
2013 WA GRC
- 02/08/13 Supplemental Exhibit
WA UE 130043 Supp Exhibit
- 01/11/13 Direct Testimony and Exhibits
Docket UE 130052
Petition for an Order Authorizing a Change in Depreciation Rates Applicable to Electric Property
Advice 13 04
Schedule 191 - System Benefits Charge Adjustment
- 05/01/13 Advice Filing
WA Advice 13 04 Sch 191
Advice 13 05
Schedule 114 - Low Income Weatherization Program
- 05/14/13 Substitute Tariff Page
WA Advice 13-05 Substitute Tariff Page Sch 114 Advice Dist 5-14-13
- 05/03/13 Advice Filing
WA Advice 13 05 Sch 114
Protecting and enhancing the environment guides our business decisions. Energy efficiency is a critical component to a sustainable future, as is building an increasingly renewable energy supply. We’re committed to finding sustainable and affordable options to meet our customers’ electricity needs. We also have achieved national recognition for our strong commitment to renewable energy.
In 2010, Pacific Power set aggressive goals to promote cost-effective conservation and investments in the development of new renewable resources during 2010 and 2011.
In partnership with our Washington customers, we exceeded our conservation goals. Together, our customers saved 92,670 megawatt-hours. Energy equivalent to building 16.8 wind turbines through our energy efficiency programs. See 2010-2011 Conservation Report (PDF) for additional information.
Our renewable energy goal is to get eligible renewable resources and acquire equivalent renewable energy credits – or a combination of both – to supply at least three percent of our service to customers for the year. By January 1, 2012 we had met our target of 119,857 megawatt-hours. See our Renewable Report (PDF) to learn more.