Please find below, for the BGS-RSCP Auction:
- the tranche target for each EDC;
- the statewide load cap;
- the load cap for each EDC; and
- the size and MW-measure for each tranche.
A tranche target is the number of tranches needed for a given EDC at the beginning of the Auction. There is a statewide load cap of 20 tranches, which is the maximum number of tranches that a bidder can bid in the Auction and serve statewide. There is an EDC Load Cap for each EDC, which is a maximum number of tranches for the EDC that a bidder can bid in the Auction and serve for that EDC.
||RSCP PEAK LOAD SHARE (MW)
||2019 Auction RSCP Peak Load Share (MW)
||EDC Load Cap
||Size of Tranche (%)
* The Public Power Association of New Jersey (PPANJ) has petitioned the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (“Board”) requesting authorization to receive the entire St. Lawrence allocation on behalf of PPANJ’s members. JCP&L will continue to serve the 10 MW of BGS-RSCP load associated with the St Lawrence allocation pending a final determination by the Board. The RSCP Peak Load Share for JCP&L in the table above has been reduced by 10 MW.
For the BGS-RSCP Auction, the statewide minimum starting price will be 12.5¢/kWh and the statewide maximum starting price will be 18.0¢/kWh.
In the first round of the BGS-RSCP Auction, prices will be set no lower than the minimum starting price and no higher than the maximum starting price. In their Part 2 Applications, Qualified Bidders will submit indicative offers at the maximum starting price and at the minimum starting price. Please see the BGS-RSCP Auction Rules for further details.
November 14, 2018.