Dayton Power & Light (DP&L) filed its electric security plan this week. The proposal seeks, among other things, a ten-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with its generating affiliate, to be funded by a Reliable Electricity Rider. The proposal also includes a Distribution Investment Rider and a Clean Energy Rider.
DP&L maintains that the Reliable Electricity Rider is needed “to promote the reliability of electric supply and the stability and growth of Ohio’s economy” and is consistent with the criteria used by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to evaluate AEP’s PPA rider proposal.
The OMA Energy Group will be intervening in the case to protect manufacturing competitiveness.