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2012

UDI Directory of
Electric Power
Producers and
Distributors
120th Edition
of the

Electrical World Directory

Ellen Flynn Giles, EDITOR


Kathy L. Brown, ASSISTANT EDITOR
PUBLISHED ANNUALLY

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Table of Contents
High-Voltage Transmission System of North America ..............v
Overview............................................................................vi
Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations,
and Symbols.................................................................viii
Key Utility Mergers and Acquisitions
(1995-Present) .............................................................xvii
United States Utilities
Alabama.........................................................................1
Alaska..........................................................................26
Arizona ........................................................................57
Arkansas......................................................................79
California .....................................................................95
Colorado....................................................................132
Connecticut................................................................160
Delaware....................................................................169
District of Columbia ....................................................175
Florida .......................................................................179
Georgia......................................................................207
Hawaii........................................................................248
Idaho .........................................................................251
Illinois ........................................................................264
Indiana .......................................................................297
Iowa ..........................................................................344
Kansas ......................................................................416
Kentucky....................................................................474
Louisiana ...................................................................500
Maine.........................................................................520
Maryland ....................................................................527
Massachusetts ...........................................................533
Michigan ....................................................................558
Minnesota ..................................................................589
Mississippi .................................................................663
Missouri .....................................................................686
Montana.....................................................................743
Nebraska ...................................................................757
Nevada ......................................................................817
New Hampshire ..........................................................826
New Jersey ................................................................832
New Mexico ...............................................................838
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New York ...................................................................852


North Carolina ............................................................882
North Dakota..............................................................928
Ohio ..........................................................................945
Oklahoma.................................................................1006
Oregon ....................................................................1043
Pennsylvania ............................................................1063
Rhode Island ............................................................1089
South Carolina ..........................................................1091
South Dakota ...........................................................1113
Tennessee................................................................1142
Texas.......................................................................1178
Utah ........................................................................1245
Vermont ...................................................................1266
Virginia.....................................................................1277
Washington ..............................................................1294
West Virginia.............................................................1324
Wisconsin.................................................................1329
Wyoming..................................................................1381
U.S. Territory Utilities.............................................1395
Canadian Utilities ..................................................1397
Non-Utility Service Providers
(selected U.S. & Canadian) ................................1472
Electric Reliability Entities, Power Pools
and Independent System/Regional Transmission
Operators..........................................................1664
Associations ..........................................................1674
Agencies & Commissions (Federal, State,
Territorial, Provincial) ........................................1733
Index of Power Plants
United States ...........................................................1758
U.S. Territories .........................................................1799
Canada ....................................................................1800
Index of Companies ......................................................1808

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ERCOT

SPP

MRO

MROC

SERC

RFC

FRCC

NPCCC
NPCC

NERC Regions

Transmission Lines
Voltage >= 230kV

NERC Regions and Major Transmission Lines

NCECM

WECC

WECCC

Overview
This directory lists key personnel, financial, production and system configuration data
for more than 3,500 regulated U.S. and Canadian utilities, as well as major non-utility
generating companies and service providers. All companies were surveyed directly and,
where applicable, their responses were reconciled with and supplemented by data
from public filings. All financial and production data reflect FY 2009 or FY 2010
operations. Utility mergers, acquisitions and name changes are cited in a separate
table, and listings of associations, agencies and commissions, reliability councils, power
pools and independent system operators (ISO/RTO) are provided along with a
glossary of industry terminology and abbreviations in use in the directory. A map of
the domestic high-voltage transmission system is also included in this edition.

Plants

Capacity
(MW)

Distrib
(line mi)

Transm
(line mi)

1,280
36
5

500,837
3,711
4

3,215,343
53,529

357,916
8,381

26

10,831

1,347

515,383

912

819
70
889

Companies

Contacts

UNITED STATES
Investor-Owned Utilities
HOLD
IOU
IOU-DIV
SERV
TRANS
WGEN

59
197
9
18
67
13
363

75,711
5,119

772
2,086
88
279
294
74

3,268,872

447,127

3,593

47,279

320,089

25,967

3,597

149
172

1,696
42,905

2,369,776
1,732

40,311
65,839

3,381
562

321

44,601

2,371,508

106,150

3,943

1,705
8,247
50,430
2,495
8,665
378
14,152
6,842

34
97
100
84
320
20
393
100

Municipal & Local Government Utilities


MUNI

1,873

Rural Electric Cooperative Utilities


COOP
G&T

Federal, State & District Government Utilities


COUNTY
DIST
GOVT
IRRIG
JTACT
MUTUAL
PPD/PUD
STATE
US TOTAL

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18
18
11
25
82
7
68
13

13
76
199
57
105

633
10,334
75,564
2,203
9,118

55
80

11,971
13,957

8,632
39,877
5,818
8,786
102
2,532
120,552
3,110

242

585

123,780

189,409

92,914

1,148

3,367

3,165

731,043

3,207,878

672,158

12,281

Overview

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Companies

Plants

Capacity
(MW)

28

4,730

124

2,876

Distrib
(line mi)

Transm
(line mi)

Contacts

31,333

2,482

181,438

11,346
7,544
105

47
78
20
3

US TERRITORIES
TERR

CANADA
Investor-Owned Utilities
HOLD
IOU
TRANS
WGEN

4
17
10
3

448

128

3,324

181,438

18,995

148

23

276

112,845

1,045

384

37
1

1
3

1
39

5,885

43
1

38

40

5,885

44

34

Municipal & Local Government Utilities


MUNI

120

Rural Electric Cooperative Utilities


COOP
G&T

Federal & Provincial Government Utilities


PROV
CANADA TOTAL

25

312

66,783

480,245

121,476

153

217

467

70,423

780,413

141,516

729

51
479
130
69

2
2,551
98
87

295
443,553
14,064
22,040

133
1,741
346
211

729

2,738

479,952

2,431

NON-UTILITY SERVICE PROVIDERS


MKT
NUG
REP
SVC

ELECTRIC RELIABILITY ENTITIES, POWER POOLS & ISO/RTOS


ERO/RE
ISO/RTO
PP

9
12
1

65
89
2

22

156

124
159

326
525

283

851

ASSOCIATIONS
ASSOC
REG

AGENCIES & COMMISSIONS


FEDERAL (US/CN)
STATE
TERRITORIAL
PROVINCIAL
GRAND TOTAL

19
95
3
32

149
616
9
165

149

939

4,769

6,398 1,286,148

6,961,624

816,156

17,392

Glossary of Terms,
Abbreviations,
and Symbols

I. COMPANY CLASSIFICATION
Primary listings for utilities appear within the state/province where they are
headquartered with cross-references to other states in which they have generating
plants or service territories. If the listing for a company is a cross-reference and not a
primary listing, the company name is printed in italics with a notation to refer to the
primary listing for further information. The cross-references are not included in the
summary company counts at the beginning of each state or provincial section. Services
provided by utilities are identified as Electric Generation (Gen or G), Transmission (T),
Distribution (D) or Other; Gas Exploration/Production (Prod), Transmission Pipeline (TP),
Local Distribution Company (LDC), Transmission & Distribution (T&D), Storage, or
Other; Water (W), Wastewater (WW), or Sewer/Solid Waste (SW); and
Telecommunications AMR, Municipal Data Network, Voice or SCADA (I), or Broadband,
Cable TV, Cable Modem or DSL, Fiber Leasing, Internet Service, Local Telephone - CLEC,
Long Distance, Video on Demand, or Wireless Network (E).
ASSOC (Professional or Trade Association): A professional or trade association.
COOP (Rural Electric Cooperative Utility, includes G&T Coops): A utility owned
cooperatively by its customers rather than by private stockholders. Return on
investment takes the form of products or services rather than dividends.
COUNTY (Country Government Utility): A utility owned and operated by a county
agency.
DIST (District Government Utility): A utility owned and operated by a tribal or
government district or authority.
ERO (Electric Reliability Organization): North American Electric Reliability Corp is
the FERC-designated electric reliability organization for North America.
GOVT (Federal Government Utility): A utility/project owned and operated by the
Federal government. In the U.S., this power is usually sold to other entities for
transmission and distribution.
HOLD (Utility Holding Company): A company which exercises control over a
regulated utility and, in many cases, non-regulated holdings as well, either through
ownership of sufficient stock or other non-operating interest.

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IOU (Investor-owned Utility): A utility operated as a private, tax-paying business in


which management is not associated with any government agency. Financial securities
representing assets are held by private citizens or investment groups.
IOU-DIV (Investor-owned Utility Division): An operating unit of an investor-owned
utility company serves areas of the parent utility in a semi-autonomous arrangement.
IRRIG (Irrigation District): A utility which generates electricity as a byproduct of
supplying water. This electricity may be distributed within the district or sold to other
utilities.
ISO (Independent System Operator): An independent transmission system
operator.
JTACT (Joint Action Agency): A regional organization formed by individual utilities
to jointly pool resources to build or finance generation and/or transmission systems,
and/or to share or jointly finance other services to the members.
MKT (Non-utility Power Marketer): A non-utility wholesale power marketer.
MUNI (Municipal or Local Utility): A utility owned by a local municipality and
operated as a department thereof.
MUTUAL: A utility owned by the customers who share jointly in its profits and
liabilities.
NERC: The North American Electric Reliability Council.
NUG (Non-utility Generator): An independent power producer or autoproducer that
generates electricity or manages the operation of power generating facilities, but is not
considered to be a public utility subject to regulation.
Certain types of NUGs, however, are still subject to some requirements of the Public
Utility Regulatory Policies Act.
PP (Power Pool): Voluntary organization of utilities, non-utility generators, state or
regional electric associations and power marketers for pooling power purchases.
PPD/PUD (Public Power District/Public Utility District): A utility owned and
operated by a state or regional agency.
PROV (Provincial Utility): A utility owned and operated by a Canadian provincial
government agency.
RE (Regional Entity): To improve the reliability of the bulk power system, eight
regional entities (representing the NERC regions) oversee compliance enforcement
and reliability standard development through the North American Electric Reliability Corp
(NERC). The companies that belong to these entities account for virtually all the
electricity supplied in the United States, Canada and a portion of Baja California
Norte, Mexico. NERCs proposal to delegate enforcement authority to these entities is
pending before the Federal Regulatory Commission (FERC).
REG (State or Regional Electric Association): A regional or state association of
municipal or rural electric cooperative utilities.
REP (Non-utility Retail Energy Provider): A non-utility retail electricity provider,
separate fee is paid by customers directly to the regulated utility providing distribution
services.

Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations, and Symbols

RTO (Regional Transmission Organization): A regional transmission organization.


SERV (Utility Service Company): A utility service company owned by a regulated
utility or utility company.
STATE (State Government Utility): A utility owned and operated by a state
government agency.
SVC (Non-utility Service Company): A non-utility provider of energy-related
services.
TERR (Territorial Utility): A utility owned and operated by a U.S. Territorial
government agency.
TRANS (Transmission Utility): A specialized utility company that owns and/or
operates only transmission facilities. Some are owned by major utilities and operate
lines associated with a specific generating project. Others are controlled by a utility, but
act for and through the state commission to supply distribution companies within the
state, or are merchant operations.
WGEN (Wholesale Generating Utility): A utility that generates electricity solely for
sale to other systems rather than on-system users.

II. KEY PERSONNEL


Personnel are categorized into four major groupings: the top company executive or
contact; other officers; managers and directors; and all other staff. Within these groups,
personnel are listed alphabetically by title. Standard abbreviations in use in the
directory follow:
Acct: Accountant
Acctg: Accounting
Accts: Accounts
Act: Acting
Admin: Administration or Administrator
Affs: Affairs
Asst: Assistant
Bus: Business
CEO: Chief Executive Officer
CFO: Chief Financial Officer
CIO: Chief Information Officer
COO: Chief Operating Officer
CTO: Chief Technical Officer
Chem: Chemical or Chemistry
Chmn: Chairman
Co: Company
Comm: Commerce or Commercial
Commun: Communications
Constr: Construction
Coord: Coordinator

Corp: Corporate or Corporation


Cust: Customer
Dep: Deputy
Dept: Department
Des: Design
Dev: Development
Dir: Director
Distr: Distribution
Div: Division
Econ: Economics
Elec: Electric or Electricity
Eng: Engineer
Engrg: Engineering
Env: Environment
Equip: Equipment
Exec: Executive
Ext: External
GM: General Manager
Gen: Generation
Genl: General

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Proj: Project(s)
HR: Human Relations
Prtnr: Partner
Hd: Head
Pub: Public
I&C: Instrumentation & Controls
IPP: Independent Power Project or Producer Purch: Purchasing
Pwr: Power
IS: Information Systems
Reg: Region or Regional
IT: Information Technology
Rels: Relations
Indl: Industrial
Res: Research
Info: Information
Rsrcs: Resources
Int: Internal
Sec: Secretary
Intl: International
Sect: Section
Inv: Investment(s)
Spec: Specialist
Lab: Laboratory
Sr: Senior
Maint: Maintenance
Sta: Station
Mgng: Managing
Supp: Support
Mgmt: Management
Supt: Superintendent
Mkt: Market(s)
Supv: Supervisor
Mktg: Marketing
Svc: Service(s)
Natl: National
Sys: System(s)
O&M: Operations & Maintenance
T&D: Transmission & Distribution
Off: Office or Officer
Tech: Technical, Technician or Technology
Oper: Operations
Telecommun: Telecommunications
Org: Organization
Test: Testing
PR: Public Relations
Train: Train
Pers: Personnel
Transm: Transmission
Plan: Planning
Transp: Transportation
Plt: Plant
Util: Utility or Utilities
Pres: President
VP: Vice President
Prin: Principal
Wst: Waste
Prod: Production
Wtr: Water

III. CORPORATE FINANCIAL DATA


Assets & Debits: The total book value ($) of assets and debits.
Electric Plant in Service: The book value ($) of physical assets of the sector of the
company concerned (e.g., Distribution would comprise the installed value of
substations, poles, conductors, transformers, etc., as represented by the total of all
distribution capital accounts. (Other might include headquarters buildings,
laboratories, general usage fleet vehicles, information centers, or any facility not
classified under the accounts for Generation, Transmission or Distribution.)
Electric Revenue: Gross revenues ($) from the sale of electricity to all classes of
customers.
Electric Operating Expenses: Includes power production, transmission and
distribution expenses as well as the cost of purchased power, as applicable.

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Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations, and Symbols

Net Inc/Earnings: Net electric income and earnings ($) as taken from the
companys income statement

IV. CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA


TOT Retail Cust: Total number of customers supplied with electricity by the system,
including residential, commercial, industrial, and other. For utilities, represents ultimate
customers ONLY, with sales for resale customers reported separately, if available.
Wholesale Customers: Wholesale (sales for resale) customers, if available.
TOT Customers: Total customers - ultimate consumers (retail) and wholesale
customers.
Avg Rate (/kWh): Total electric revenues within each customer classification
divided by total annual kWh sales within the same classification.
Avg Use (kWh/yr): Total annual kWh sales within each customer classification
divided by the average customers/month in the same classification.
Elec (FT/PT) Employees: Total number of full-time (FT) and part-time (PT)
employees in the electric department.
TOTAL (FT/PT) Employees: Total number of full-time (FT) and part-time (PT)
employees in the company, if available.

V. SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE
Net Generation (MWh): Input (MWh) to the system measured at the high-voltage
terminals of the generating stations step-up transformers. It equals gross generation
as measured at the generator terminals, minus station use.
Power Purchased (MWh): MWh purchased from off-system sources, including other
utilities and all types of non-utility generators or power marketers.
Net Other (MWh): Net MWh wheeled, exchanged or transferred.
Elec Sales (MWh): Sales in MWh to any and all purchasers including off-system
sales.
Elec Sales (MWh) Ult Cons: Sales in MWh to ultimate customers (retail).
Elec Sales (MWH) Resale: Sales in MWh to customers for resale (wholesale).
Generating Cap (MW): Total nameplate capacity (MW) of all generating units in
commercial service. It does not include auxiliary or house units. Where a unit has
been permanently derated or uprated, the revised rating is used. Firm capacity available
or committed by interconnected suppliers is not included. For nonregulated power
producers, the calculated total may represent capacity (MW) controlled/operated as
opposed to the net ownership share.
Annual Peak (MW): Maximum system load or demand (MW) for electricity annually, if
seasonal peaks are not reported.
Summer System Peak (MW): Maximum system load or demand (MW) for electricity
in Summer. Generally measured over a single 15-minute or 1-hour period.
Winter System Peak (MW): Maximum system load or demand (MW) for electricity in
Winter. Generally measured over a single 15-minute or 1-hour period.

Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations, and Symbols

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Meters (#): Number of meters.


Distr Line Transformers (#): Number of individual distribution transformers (not
banks) supplying customer service, whether on poles, pad, in vaults or other
point-of-service locations.
Distr LT Capacity (MVa): Sum of nameplate capacities (MVa) of all distribution line
transformers in service.
Incoming Substa Capacity (MVa): Sum of normal nameplate ratings (MVa) of all
substation transformers that receive input from sources other than those on the
receiving system itself.
Distr (OH) Pole Miles: A pole mile is one mile of overhead (OH) line structures,
regardless of how many circuits or conductors are supported by those structures.
One mile of poles, whether carrying two 3-phase circuits or a single-phase conductor,
constitutes a pole mile.
Distr (UG) Cir Miles: An underground (UG) circuit mile is a physical length of one
mile of a distribution cable circuit, whether 3-phase of single-phase, and whether
occupying conduit banks with other circuits or not. One mile of a 3-phase conductor
cable or of three single-phase cables constituting a 3-phase circuit extending over a
one-mile distance, equals one circuit mile. One mile of a single-phase cable operating
as a circuit is also a circuit mile.
Distr (TOTAL) Miles: Sum of (OH) and (UG) miles. Distribution voltages have been
classified into the four most commonly used voltage classes (5, 15, 25, and 35 kV).
Voltages falling between classifications have been placed in the higher grouping.
Trans (OH) Pole Miles: Total (pole) miles of individual transmission circuits of all
system voltages carried on overhead (OH) structures of any type.
Trans (UG) Circuit Miles: Total (circuit) miles of individual transmission circuits of all
system voltages run underground (UG) in duct banks, direct-buried or submarine
installations
Trans (TOTAL) Miles: Sum of (OH) and (UG) miles. Transmission voltages have been
classified into the ten most commonly used voltage classes (34.5, 69, 115, 138, 161,
230, 345, 500, 765 kV and HVDC). Voltages falling between classifications have
been place in the higher grouping.

VI. MAJOR INTERCONNECTIONS


Companies with which the system or utility is tied through transmission lines over
which electric energy can be interchanged.

VII. MEMBERS
Member utilities, municipalities, non-utility generators (IPP), energy companies, power
marketers (PM) or regional agencies or associations. When available, the state in which
the company or municipality is located is included in parentheses. An [a] indicates an
associate or non-voting member.

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Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations, and Symbols

VIII. PURCHASED POWER SOURCES


The utilities or non-utility generating companies or power marketers from which the
utility purchases power.

IX. PLANT INFORMATION


Specific data for jointly-owned utility plants are listed ONLY in the entry for the
company operating that plant. Non-utility plants are listed with primary developers
and/or owning operators with equity share cited, if available, and further identified as
(A) Autoproducer or (P) Private power. Each major plant type/technology is identified by
a symbol followed by the specific technology, fuel(s), operating unit count, year on
line, and capacity (MW). If available, net generation (MWh) is also cited.
CC (Combined-cycle): A generating installation in which the exhaust heat from a
gas or combustion turbine produces steam to power a steam turbine.
CCSS (Combined-cycle): A combined-cycle single shaft configuration.
FC (Fuel cell): A generating installation powered by fuel cells.
GT (Gas turbine): A generating installation with a turbine in which combustion
chambers (fired directly by oil or gas) produce a hot gas which drives the turbine rotor.
GT/H (Gas turbine w/heat recovery): A generating installation with a gas
turbine which has heat recovery.
GT/S (Gas turbine w/steam sendout): A generating installation with a gas
turbine which has steam-sendout.
HY (Hydroelectric): A hydroelectric generating installation (usually
conventional).
HY-P (Hydroelectric, pump storage): A hydroelectric generating installation in
which, during off peak hours, the turbines are generator-driven to pump water from a
lower to a higher reservoir. At peak times, the water stored in the upper reservoir is
released through the turbines to generate electricity.
IC (Internal combustion): An engine-driven generating installation where the
internal combustion of the fuel acts directly to produce mechanical power to drive the
generator.
IC/H (Internal combustion engine w/heat recovery): An engine-driven
generating installation with heat recovery where the internal combustion of the fuel
acts directly to produce mechanical power to drive the generator.
ORC (Organic Rankine-cycle): A generating installation with an organic
Rankine-cycle (vapor) turbine or organic Rankine-cycle energy converter.
PV (Photovoltaic): A generating installation powered by photovoltaic cells.
ST (Steam, fossil-fired): A generating installation with a steam turbine-generator
set powered by fossil fuel.
ST; UR (Steam, nuclear-powered): A generating installation with a steam
turbine-generator set powered by a nuclear reactor (BWR, PWR, HTGR or CANDU).
ST/H (Steam, fossil-fired w/heat recovery): A generating installation with a
steam turbine-generator set with heat recovery.

Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations, and Symbols

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ST/S (Steam, fossil-fired w/steam sendout): A generating installation with a


steam turbine-generator set with steam sendout.
TEX (Turbo expander): A generating installation powered by a turbo
expander/gas expander.
WTG (Wind turbine generator): A generating installation with a wind turbine
generator.
Primary and/or alternate fuels burned at individual sites are identified using the
following abbreviations:
BAG: Bagasse
BFG: Blast-furnace gas
BGAS: Biogas from wood or other biomass and organic material gasification
BIOMASS: Unspecified biomass (including agricultural waste and energy crops)
BL: Bio-derived liquid fuel or biodiesel
CGAS: Coal gas (from coal gasification)
COAL: Coal
COG: Coke oven gas
COKE: Petroleum coke
DGAS: Digester gas (sewage sludge gas)
FGAS: Flare gas
GAS: Natural gas
GEO: Geothermal
H2: Hydrogen
INDWST: Industrial waste
JET: Jet fuel
KERO: Kerosene
LGAS: Landfill gas
LIQ: Pulping liquor (black liquor)
LPG: Liquified petroleum gas (usually butane or propane)
MEDWST: Medical waste
METH: Methane from coal mines (coal-bed methane)
MGAS: Mines gas
NAP: Naphtha
OIL: Fuel oil
PEAT: Peat
RDF: Refuse-derived fuel
REF: Refuse (unprocessed municipal solid waste)
RGAS: Refinery off-gas

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Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations, and Symbols

SUN: Solar power


TDF: Tire-derived fuel
TIRES: Scrap tires
UR: Uranium (including BWR, CANDU & PWR reactors)
WAT: Water
WIND: Wind-powered turbines
WOOD: Wood or wood-waste fuel
WSTGAS: Waste gas from refinery or other industrial processes
WSTH: Waste heat
WSTWSL: Wastewater sludge

X. SERVICE AREA
The counties or geographic areas served by each utility are listed alphabetically.

Index of Power Plants


UNITED STATES
ALABAMA
ALBERTVILLE IC OIL 15.600 U ........................................... 25
BANKHEAD DAM HY WAT 45.100 U ...................................... 1
BARRY CC/ST COAL 2833.200 U ........................................ 1
BARTLETTS FERRY HY WAT 173.000 U ............................ 208
BIG ESCAMBIA CREEK ST GAS 3.900 A .......................... 1545
BREWTON MILL ST/S WOOD 38.900 A ........................... 1557
BROWNS FERRY ST UR 3494.000 U .................................. 25
BURKVILLE COGEN CC GAS 97.000 U .................................. 1
CALHOUN ENERGY GT GAS 628.000 P .......................... 1593
CHUNCHULA GT/ST GAS 2.600 P .................................. 1502
CITRONELLE IC OIL 0.650 P .......................................... 1570
CLAIBORNE EXPANSION ST LIQ 69.000 P ...................... 1559
CLAIBORNE ST/S LIQ 48.000 A ..................................... 1559
COLBERT GT/ST COAL 1821.200 U .................................. 25
COOSA PINES NEWS ST/S COAL 30.400 P .................... 1472
COURTLAND MILL GT/S/ST/S WOOD 126.300 A ............ 1570
CR LOWMAN ST COAL 582.000 U ..................................... 22
DECATUR ENERGY CC GAS 824.000 P ........................... 1497
DEMOPOLIS (AL) ST/S LIQ 31.500 A .............................. 1624
DOLOMITE ST COG 7.500 P .......................................... 1578
EC GASTON GT/ST COAL 2034.100 U ................................. 1
ELMER B HARRIS CC GAS 1260.000 P ........................... 1632
FAIRFIELD WORKS ST/S COAL 80.000 A ........................ 1650
FARLEY ST UR 1800.000 U ................................................. 3
FRANKLIN (AL) CC GAS 1806.000 P ............................... 1632
GADSDEN NEW ST/S COAL 138.000 U ................................ 1
GANTT HY WAT 3.000 U .................................................... 22
GOAT ROCK HY WAT 37.400 U ........................................ 208
GORGAS TWO ST COAL 1416.700 U .................................... 1
GREENE COUNTY (AL) GT/ST COAL 1395.870 U .................. 1
GUNTERSVILLE HY WAT 115.200 U ................................... 25
H NEELY HENRY DAM HY WAT 72.900 U .............................. 1
HILLABEE ENERGY CC GAS 706.000 P .......................... 1511
HOG BAYOU ENERGY CC GAS 240.000 P ....................... 1498
HOLT DAM HY WAT 40.000 U ............................................... 1
JACKSON P&P MILL ST/S WOOD 18.000 A .................... 1490
JONES BLUFF HY WAT 82.000 U ........................................ 25
JORDAN DAM HY WAT 100.000 U ........................................ 1
LANGDALE HY WAT 1.000 U ................................................ 2
LAY DAM HY WAT 177.000 U ............................................... 1
LEE COUNTY (AL) GT GAS 100.000 P ............................ 1588
LEWIS SMITH DAM HY WAT 157.600 U ................................. 1
LOGAN MARTIN DAM HY WAT 128.400 U ............................. 2
MAHRT MILL ST GAS 112.500 A .................................... 1585
MARTIN DAM HY WAT 210.600 U ......................................... 2
MARY ANN GAS PLANT ST GAS 2.400 A ........................ 1545
MCINTOSH (AL) CAES GT GAS 110.000 U .......................... 22
MCINTOSH (AL) GT GT GAS 694.000 U .............................. 22
MCWILLIAMS CC/GT GAS 147.000 U ................................. 22
MILLER ST COAL 2822.000 U ............................................. 2
MILLERS FERRY HY WAT 90.000 U ..................................... 25
MITCHELL DAM HY WAT 170.000 U ..................................... 2
MOBILE BAY EXXON CC GAS 12.265 A .......................... 1545
MOBILE BAY MCN IC/H GAS 40.000 P ........................... 1522
MORGAN ENERGY COGEN CC GAS 800.000 P ............... 1498
NAHEOLA MILL ST/S WOOD 78.400 P ........................... 1557

1758

NORTH HIGHLANDS HY WAT 29.600 U ............................. 208


OLIVER DAM HY WAT 60.000 U ........................................ 208
PINE HILL ST/S WOOD 76.400 P ................................... 1570
POINT A HY WAT 5.200 U .................................................. 22
PRATTVILLE MILL ST/S GAS 65.000 A ........................... 1570
RL HARRIS DAM HY WAT 135.000 U ..................................... 2
SELMA MILL A (AL) ST/S WOOD 104.500 P .................... 1570
SYLACAUGA GT GAS 98.000 U .......................................... 25
TENASKA CENTRAL ALABAMA CC GAS 939.000 P .......... 1639
TENASKA LINDSAY HILL CC GAS 939.000 P ................... 1639
THEODORE COGEN CC GAS 235.000 U ............................... 2
THURLOW DAM HY WAT 58.000 U ....................................... 2
VANN CC GAS 590.000 U ................................................. 22
WALTER BOULDIN DAM HY WAT 225.000 U .......................... 2
WASHINGTON COUNTY (AL) CC GAS 122.500 U ................... 2
WEISS DAM HY WAT 87.900 U ............................................. 2
WHEELER HY WAT 396.500 U ........................................... 25
WIDOWS CREEK ST COAL 1968.600 U .............................. 25
WILSON DAM (AL) HY WAT 658.700 U ................................ 25
YATES DAM HY WAT 32.000 U ............................................. 2

ALASKA
ADAK IC OIL 0.275 U ........................................................ 32
AKUTAN IC OIL 0.400 U ..................................................... 34
ALAKANUK IC OIL 1.800 U ................................................ 46
ALCO-SCHOONMAKER IC OIL 13.500 U .............................. 43
ALLAKAKET IC OIL 0.418 U ............................................... 27
ALPINE FIELD IC OIL 4.000 A ......................................... 1508
AMBLER IC OIL 0.842 U .................................................... 46
ANAKTUVUK PASS IC OIL 1.320 U ...................................... 40
ANCHORAGE PROD FACIL-1 GT OIL 21.600 A ................. 1508
ANDREANOF IC OIL 0.250 U .............................................. 35
ANGOON IC OIL 1.165 U ................................................... 50
ANIAK IC OIL 2.425 U ........................................................ 27
ANNEX CREEK HY WAT 4.000 U ......................................... 26
ANVIK IC OIL 0.337 U ........................................................ 46
ATQASUK IC OIL 1.350 U .................................................. 40
AUKE BAY GT/IC OIL 36.200 U .......................................... 26
BARROW GT/IC GAS 20.972 U ........................................... 47
BEAVER FALLS (AK) HY WAT 5.400 U ................................. 37
BELUGA CC/GT GAS 304.900 U ........................................ 48
BERNICE LAKE GT GAS 67.500 U ...................................... 48
BETHEL (AK) IC OIL 12.600 U ............................................ 28
BETTLES IC OIL 0.750 U ................................................... 27
BLACK BEAR LAKE HY WAT 4.500 U .................................. 27
BLIND SLOUGH HY WAT 2.400 U ....................................... 41
BLUE LAKE (AK) HY WAT 7.600 U ....................................... 43
BRADLEY LAKE HY WAT 126.000 U ................................... 50
BREVIG MISSION IC OIL 0.485 U ........................................ 46
CENTENNIAL (AK) IC OIL 3.300 U ....................................... 39
CHENA IC/ST/S COAL 35.250 U ........................................ 28
CHESTER LAKE HY WAT 1.000 U ....................................... 39
CHEVAK IC OIL 0.350 U ..................................................... 46
CHILKAT VALLEY IC OIL 1.460 U ........................................ 50
CHISTOCHINA IC OIL 0.186 U ............................................ 27
COFFMAN COVE IC OIL 0.800 U ......................................... 27
COOPER LAKE HY WAT 19.380 U ....................................... 48
CRAIG (AK) IC OIL 4.550 U ................................................. 27
CUMMINS IC OIL 0.200 U .................................................. 38
DEADHORSE NORTH IC OIL 10.700 U ................................ 33
DEADHORSE IC OIL 11.429 U ............................................ 33

AGENCIES & COMMISSIONS

Minister (Asst Dep) & Ch Scientist, Ener.......................Geoff Munro


Minister (Dep)..........................................................Cassie Doyle
Minister (Dep-Asst), Energy Sector..................................Sue Kirby

Federal Agencies & Commissions

Dir Genl (Acting), Energy R&D Off ...............................Mary Preville


Dir Genl, Electricity Rsrcs Br ....................................Tom Wallance
Dir Genl, Energy Policy Br............................................Nada Vrany
Dir Genl, Petroleum Rsrcs Br.....................................Kevin Stinger
Dir, Nuc Energy Div .............................................Sylvana Guindon

Canadian Nuclear Safety


Commission [CNSC]
280 Slater St
PO Box 1046
Ottawa, ON K1P 5S9 CANADA
Phone: 613-995-5894
Internet: info@cnsc-ccsn.gc.ca,
www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca

FCOMM

Fax: 613-995-5086

Service: Federal Government


Formerly the Atomic Energy Control Board (AECB),
restructured in 2000.

FCOMM

851 SW Sixth Ave


Ste 1100
Portland, OR 97204-1348
Phone: 503-222-5161, 800-452-5161
Fax: 503-820-2370
Internet: info@nwcouncil.org, www.nwcouncil.org
Service: State Government

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Pres & CEO...........................................................Michael Binder

Environment Canada

Northwest Power and


Conservation Council

FCOMM

Regional planning body created by Congress in 1980 to


represent Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana in developing
power plans and fish and wildlife programs that balance
energy needs and the environment.
States/Provs: ID MT OR WA

Inquiry Centre - 10 Wellington St


23rd Fl
Gatineau, QC K1A 0H3 CANADA
Phone: 819-997-2800
Fax: 819-994-1412
Internet: enviroinfo@ec.qc.ca, www.ec.gc.ca

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES

Service: Federal Government

Exec Asst....................................................................Judi Hertz


Sr Resource Analyst .......................................................Jeff King

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Minister ...................................................................Jim Prentice

National Energy Board of


Canada

FCOMM

444 Seventh Ave SW


Calgary, AB T2P 0X8 CANADA
Phone: 403-292-4800, 800-899-1265
Fax: 403-292-5503
Internet: info@neb-one.gc.ca, www.neb-one.gc.ca
Service: Federal Government

Dir, Fish & Wildlife Div.................................................Tony Grover


Dir, Pwr Div ..............................................................Terry Morlan

Public Works and


Government Services
Canada [PWGSC]

FCOMM

11 Laurier St
18A
Gatineau, QC K1A 0S5 CANADA
Phone: 800-465-7735
Fax: 819-956-9062
Internet: questions@tpsgc-pwgs.gc.ca,
www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca
Service: Federal Government

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Chmn & CEO ..........................................................Gaetan Caron
COO ....................................................................Pradeep Khare
Genl Counsel..............................................................Rob Cohen
Sec..............................................................Anne-Marie Erickson

Natural Resources Canada


[NRCan]

Exec Dir....................................................................Steve Crow

FCOMM

580 Booth St
17th Fl
Ottawa, ON K1A 0E4 CANADA
Phone: 613-995-0947
Internet: www.nrcan.gc.ca
Service: Federal Government
Canadian government ministry specializing in sustalinable
development and use of natural resources, energy, minerals
and metals, forests and earth sciences.

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Minister.............................................................Christian Paradis

States/Provs: ON

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Minister ...............................................................Mona Ambrose

Saint Lawrence Seaway


Development Corp (US)
[SLSDC]

FCOMM

Parent/Owner: US Department of Transportation, DC

1200 New Jersey Ave SE


Ste W32-300
Washington, DC 20590
Phone: 202-366-0091
Fax: 202-366-7147
Internet: www.greatlakes-seaway.com
Service: Federal Government
Co-manages the St Lawrence Seaway with the non-profit St
Lawrence Seaway Management Corp (Canada) - formerly the
Saint Lawrence Seaway Authority - with responsibility for
operations between the Port of Montreal, QC, and Lake Erie, NY.

1733

Coop (VA); Prairie Pwr Inc (IL); Southern Illinois Pwr Coop Inc (IL);
Southern Maryland Elec Coop (MD); Sunflower Elec Pwr Coop (KS);
Wabash Valley Power Assn (IN); Western Farmers Elec Coop (OK)

ASSOCIATIONS
Associations

Advanced Energy

ACES Power Marketing [APM]


4140 W 99th St
Carmel, IN 46032
Phone: 317-344-7000
Internet: webinfo@acespower.com,
www.acespower.com

REG

Fax: 317-344-7001

Service: State public power associations (municipals


or cooperatives)

Service: Non-profit public interest organization


Regional power marketing agency owned by 17 G&T
cooperative members and 1 independent distribution
cooperative to assist in the purchase and sale of wholesale
energy for the members.

States/Provs: AZ GA IA IL IN KS KY MD MN NC OH OK TX VA

Pres & Exec Dir..............................................Robert K. Koger, PE


VP, Admin ...............................................................Maggy Inman
VP, Oper ...................................................John E. P. Morrison, PE

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Pres & CEO ...........................................................David J. Tudor
Sr VP & CFO.......................................................David H. Claspell
Sr VP & CIO .................................................H. Annette Stamatkin
Sr VP & COO.....................................................Michael T. Steffes
Sr VP & Ch Risk Off .............................................Jeffrey L. Walker
VP, Alt Energy & Capacity ...........................................Amadou Fall
VP, Bus Dev & Cust Svc .......................................Scott Thompson
VP, Corp & Regulatory Affs ..........................................John Sturm
VP, Fuels..................................................................John Baileys
VP, Origination ...........................................................Eric Larson
VP, Portfolio Mgmt ......................................................Keith Pope
VP, Portfolio Mgmt ....................................................Todd Pilcher
Dir, Bus Dev ................................................................Jeff Hume
Dir, Bus Dev ...............................................................Mark Davis
Dir, Bus Dev ......................................................Jennifer Perrenot
Dir, Cust Svc ............................................................Kevin Soultz
Dir, Cust Svc............................................................Beth Bradley
Dir, Portfolio ..............................................................Matt Moore
Dir, Portfolio Delivery ........................................Michael Markovitz
Exec Dir, Fin & Acctg...............................................Drew Dunagin
Exec Dir, Info Svcs ......................................................Chris Haas
Exec Dir, Natural Gas Trading ..................................Andy Whitesitt
Exec Dir, Portfolio Delivery ........................................Ted Vatnsdal
Exec Dir, Portfolio Delivery .......................................Jason Painter
Exec Dir, Trading Control.......................................Melissa Fischer
(MN) North Reg Trading Ctr, 12300 Elm Creek Blvd, Maple Grove,
MN 55369 (763-445-6155)
Dir, Portfolio...............................................................P. J. Martin
(NC) East Reg Trading Ctr, 15501 Weston Pkwy, Ste 180, Cary,
NC 27513 (919-654-8300)
Exec Dir, Portfolio Mgmt ............................................Michael Hall

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA FY 2009


138

MEMBERS
Arizona Elec Pwr Coop Inc (AZ); Big Rivers Elec Corp (KY); Brazos
Elec Coop (TX); Buckeye Pwr (OREC) (OH); Central Iowa Pwr Coop
(IA); East Kentucky Pwr Coop (KY); Golden Spread Elec Coop Inc
(TX); Great River Energy (MN); Hoosier Energy (IN); North Carolina
Elec Memb Corp (NC); Oglethorpe Pwr (GA); Old Dominion Elec

1674

Formerly Alternative Energy Corp. Non-profit corporation


governed by a board appointed by the Governor of NC and the
member utilities.

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES

Member: Touchstone Energy [National]

TOTAL (FT/PT) Employees:

REG

909 Capability Dr
Ste 2100
Raleigh, NC 27606-3870
Phone: 919-857-9000
Fax: 919-832-2696
Internet: moreinfo@advancedenergy.org,
www.advancedenergy.org

Dir, Util Svcs..............................................................Carl Wilkins


Mgr, Client Svcs .....................................................Vicky McCann

MEMBERS
Dominion North Carolina Pwr (NC); Duke Energy Corp (NC);
Nantahala Pwr & Lt Co (NC); North Carolina Elec Memb Corp
(NCEMC); Progress Energy Carolinas (NC)

Alabama Rural Electric


Association [AREA]

REG

340 Techna Center Dr


PO Box 244014
Montgomery, AL 36124-4014
Phone: 334-215-2732
Fax: 334-215-2733
Internet: info@areapower.com, www.areapower.com
Service: State public power associations (municipals
or cooperatives)
Member: Touchstone Energy [National]

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Pres & CEO ....................................................Fred O. Braswell, III
Sr VP & CFO ............................................................Karl Rayborn
VP, Commun ............................................................Darryl Gates
VP, Pub Affs ...........................................................Sean Strickler

MEMBERS
Power South; Tennessee Valley Auth [TVA]; Arab Elec Coop (AL);
Baldwin County Elec Memb Corp (AL); Black Warrior Elelc Memb
Corp (AL); Central Alabama Elec Coop (AL); Cherokee Elec Coop
(AL); Clarke-Washington Memb Corp (AL); Coosa Valley Elec Coop
(AL); Covingon Elec Coop (AL); Cullman Elec Coop (AL); Dixie Elec
Coop (AL); Franklin Elec Cooop (AL); Joe Wheeler Elec Memb Corp
(AL); Marshall-DeKalb Elec Coop (AL); North Alabama Elec Coop
(AL); Pea River Elec Coop (AL); Pioneer Elec Coop (AL); Sand
Mountain Elec Coop (AL); South Alabama Elec Coop (AL); Southern
Pine Elec Coop (AL); Tallapoosa River Elec Coop (AL); Tombigbee
Elec Coop (AL); Wiregrass Elec Coop (AL)

ELECTRIC RELIABILITY
ENTITIES, POWER POOLS &
ISO/RTOS

Mgr, Commun .........................................................Anne Browne

MEMBERS

Electric Reliability Organization

North American Electric


Reliability Corp [NERC]

ERO

390 Village Blvd


Ste 116
Princeton, NJ 08540-5731
Phone: 609-452-8060
Fax: 609-452-9550
Internet: info@nerc.com, www.nerc.com
Formerly the No Amer Elec Reliability Council, approved as the
ERO for the US (2006). Delegation of monitoring and
enforcement authority under NERC oversight extended to
regional entities (2007). Approval from Canada and Mexico, is
pending.
States/Provs: DC NJ

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Pres & CEO.........................................................Gerry W. Cauley
Sr VP & Ch Reliability Off..........................................Tom Galloway
Sr VP, Fin & Acctg..............................................Michael A. Walker
Sr VP, Legal & Regulatory........................................David N. Cook
VP & CIO ..........................................................Lynn P. Costantini
VP & Ch Security Off..........................................Mark Weatherford
VP & Dir, Reliability Assessment & Perf.........................Mark Lauby
VP & Dir, Standards ..........................................Herb Schrayshuen
Dir, Compliance Oper ..............................................Michael Moon
Dir, Events Analysis & Investigation ...........................Earl Shockley
Dir, HR..............................................................Damon Epperson
Dir, Reliability Initiatives & Sys Analy....................Robert Cummings
Dir, Training & Accredittation .................................Peter Knoetgen
(DC) Washington Off, 1120 G St NW, Ste 990, Washington, DC
20005-3801 (202-393-3998)
VP & Dir, Govt Policy & Ext Affs .................................Janet L. Sena
Mgr, Commun.................................................Kimberly Mielcarek

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA FY 2010


TOTAL (FT/PT) Employees:

41

Florida Reliability Coordinating


Council Inc [FRCC]
1408 N Westshore Blvd
Ste 1002
Tampa, FL 33607-4512
Phone: 813-289-5644
Internet: www.frcc.com

RE

Midwest Reliability Organization


Inc [MRO]

RE

2774 Cleveland Ave N


Roseville, MN 55113
Phone: 651-855-1760
Fax: 651-855-1712
Internet: info@midwestreliability.org,
www.midwestreliability.org
Formerly the Mid-Continent Area Power Pool (2005), MRO is a
cross border regional entity which operates under delegated
authority from government agencies in the USA and Canada (via
NERC).
Member: North American Electric Reliability Council [National]
States/Provs: IA IL MN MT ND NE SD WI MB SK

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Pres ....................................................................Daniel P. Skaar

MEMBERS
ALLETE; Alliant Energy; American Transm Co; Badger Pwr Mktg
Auth of WI; Basin Elec Pwr Coop; Cedar Falls Utilities; Central Iow
Pwr Coop; City of Ames Elec Svc; Corn Belt Pwr Coop; Dairyland
Pwr Coop (WI); Dominion Rsrcs Svcs Inc; Edison Mission Mktg &
Trading; GEN-SYS Energy; Great River Energy; Hastings Utilities;
Heartland Consumers Pwr Dist; ITC Midwest LLC; Iowa Assn of Muni
Utils; Iowa Industrial Energy Grp; Kansas Corp Comm; Lincoln Elec
Sys; Madison Gas & Elec Co; Manitoba Hydro; MidAmerican Energy
Co; Midwest Ind Transm Sys Oper; Minnkota Pwr Coop Inc;
Missouri River Energy Svcs; Montana-Dakota Utils Co; Morgan
Stanley Capital Grp; Muni Energy Agency of NE [MEAN]; Nebraska
PPD; Nextera Energy Resources LLC; Northwestern Energy; Omaha
PPD; Otter Tail Pwr Co; PPM Energy Inc; Rochester Pub Utils;
Saskatchewan Pwr Corp; So Minn Muni Pwr Agency; Tenaska Pwr
Svcs Co; The Energy Authority; WPS Resources; Western Area Pwr
Admin [WAPA]; Wisconsin Indl Energy Grp; Wisconsin Pub Pwr Inc;
Xcel Energy

Fax: 813-289-5646

FRCC is the regional entity for the monitoring and enforcement


of reliability standards within the area of peninsular Florida east
of the Apalachicola River. Western areas are in SERC.
Member: North American Electric Reliability Council [National]

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Pres & CEO ........................................................Sarah S. Rogers
VP & Exec Dir, Standards & Compliance..................Linda Campbell
VP, Plan & Oper ..........................................................John Odom

1664

Calpine Corp; Clay Elec Coop (FL); Constellation Pwr Source (MD);
Florida Muni Pwr Agency (FL); Florida Pwr & Lt Go (FL); Fort Pierce
Utils Auth (FL); Gulf Pwr Co (FL); Homestead (City) (FL); Indiantown
Cogeneration LP [PG&E]; JEA (FL); Keys Energy Svcs (FL);
Kissimmee Util Auth (FL); Lake Worth Util Auth (FL); Lakeland (City)
(FL); Mirant Americas Development Inc; Morgan Stanley Capital Grp;
New Smyrna Beach Util Comm (FL); Ocala Elec Util (FL); Orlando
Utils Comm (FL); Progress Energy Florida (FL); Reedy Creek
Improvement Dist (FL); Reliant Energy Svcs Inc; Seminole Elec Coop
Inc (FL); Southeastern Pwr Auth [SEPA](GA); Tallahassee (FL);
Tampa Elec Co (FL); The Energy Authority; Vero Beach Muni Util
(FL)

NPCC Inc [NPCC]

RE

1040 Avenue of the Americas


10th Fl
New York, NY 10018
Phone: 212-840-1070
Fax: 212-921-1040
Internet: support@npcc.org, www.npcc.org
The Northeast Power Coordinating Council Inc is dba NPCC
Inc.
Member: North American Electric Reliability Council [National]

States/Provs:

NON-UTILITY SERVICE
PROVIDERS
3 Phases Energy Services LLC

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
GM (USA).....................................................Emiliano Garcia Sanz

REP

Parent/Owner: 3 Phases Energy, CA

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA FY 2010

2100 N Sepulveda Blvd


Ste 38
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-2948
Phone: 310-798-5275
Internet: www.3phases.com

TOTAL (FT/PT) Employees:

AbitibiBowater Inc [AbiBow]

Formerly 3 Phases Electrical Consulting (2003).


States/Provs: CA CO

CORPORATE FINANCIAL DATA ($) FY 2009


Electric Revenue:

4,116,000

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA

Residential:
Commercial:
Industrial:
Other:
TOT Retail Cust:

Avg Rate
(/kWh)
11.24
8.97
6.84

30

NUG

1155 Metcalfe St
Ste 800
Montreal, QC H3B 5H2 CANADA
Phone: 514-875-2160
Internet: info@abibow.com, www.abitibibowater.com

Service: Power and/or gas marketing.

Electric
Customers
124
15
42
42
181

COO (USA) ...................................................................Sott Frier

Avg Use
(kWh/yr)
9,468
499,400
1,152,810

SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE
Pwr Purchased (MWh):
Elec Sales (MWh):

60,621
57,083

Generating Cap (MW):


Summer System Peak (MW):
Winter System Peak (MW):

2.00
13.00
12.00

SERVICE AREA

Service: Pulp & paper/forest products


Formed by the merger of Abitibi-Price and Consolidated
(1997). Acquired Donohue (2000). Merger with Bowater
closed (2008).
States/Provs: AL TN BC NL NS ON QC

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Pres & CEO........................................................Richard Garneau
Sr VP & CFO......................................................William G. Harvey
Sr VP, Corp Affs & Ch Legal Off..........................Jacques P. Vachon
Sr VP, HR..............................................................Pierre Laberge
Sr VP, Pulp and Paper Oper..........................................Alain Boivin
Sr VP, Wood Prods Div...........................................Yves Laflamme
VP, Corp Commun & Sustainability & Govt Affs ...........Seth Jursman

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA FY 2010


TOTAL (FT/PT) Employees:

17,000

CA: Unreg Retail

SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE

A/C Power-Colver Operations


141 Interpower Dr
Colver, PA 15927
Phone: 814-748-7961

SVC

Fax: 814-748-7962

Partnership of Inter-Power, Alstom and Constellation.

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Facility Mgr ...............................................................John Malloy

SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE FY 2010


Generating Cap (MW):

102.00

PLANT INFORMATION HY ST Other NUC


COLVER [OP](ST/S; COAL; 1; 1995)
ST/S; COAL; 102 MW

Abengoa Solar Inc


Parent/Owner: Abengoa SA, SPAIN

11500 W 13th Ave


Lakewood, CO 80215
Phone: 303-928-8500
Internet: abengoasolar@abengoa.com,
www.abengoasolar.org
Division of Abengoa Solar US.

1472

659.65

PLANT INFORMATION HY ST Other NUC

Service: Operating services company

Service: Private power development

Generating Cap (MW):

Colver, PA

NUG

ADAM CUNNINGHAM (HY; WAT; 1; 1953) Jonquiere, QC


HY; WAT; 6.375 MW
AUX-SABLES (HY; WAT; 1; 1998)
Jonquiere, QC
HY; WAT; 4.5 MW
BESY (HY; WAT; 1; 1998)
Jonquiere, QC
HY; WAT; 18.5 MW
BOWATER MERSEY (IC/ST/S; OIL; 2; 1968)
Liverpool, NS
ST; OIL; 5.17 MW
IC; OIL; 1.5 MW
BROOKLYN ENERGY CENTRE (ST/S; WOOD; 1; 1995)
Brooklyn, NS
ST; WOOD-OIL; 23.8 MW
CALHOUN NEWS (ST/S; COAL; 3; 1954)
Calhoun, TN
ST/S; COAL-LIQ; 57 MW
CATAWBA MILL (ST/S; WOOD; 1)
Catawba, SC
ST/S; WOOD; 55 MW
CHICOUTIMI (HY; WAT; 1; 1923)
Chicoutimi, QC
HY; WAT; 9.9 MW
CHUTE AUX GALETS (HY; WAT; 2; 1921)
Jonquiere, QC
HY; WAT; 13.6 MW
COOSA PINES NEWS (ST/S; COAL; 2; 1942)
Coosa Pines, AL
ST; WOOD; 37.5 MW
FORT FRANCES MILL (CC; GAS; 2; 1990)
Fort Frances, ON
CC; GAS; 105.7 MW
JIM GRAY (HY; WAT; 2; 1982)
Jonquiere, QC
HY; WAT; 51 MW
MURDOCK WILLSON (HY; WAT; 1; 1957) Jonquiere, QC
HY; WAT; 51 MW
ONATCHIWAY (HY; WAT; 1)
Jonquiere, QC
HY; WAT; 0.225 MW

FEDERAL, STATE & DISTRICT SYSTEMS


SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE

25

MEMBERS

Pwr Purchased (MWh):


Elec Sales (MWh):

379,896
349,877

Summer System Peak (MW):


Winter System Peak (MW):

90.56
113.85

Distr Line Transformers (#):


Distr LT Capacity (MVa):
Incoming Substa Capacity (MVa):

17,426
398.42
173.13

Distr (OH) Pole Miles:


Distr (UG) Circuit Miles:
Distr TOTAL (kV15) Miles:

3,246.0
409.0
3,655.0

Alexander City (AL); Dothan (AL); Fairhope (AL); LaFayette (AL);


Lanett (AL); Luverne (AL); Opelika (AL); Piedmont (AL); Riviera Utils
(AL); Sylacauga (AL); Tuskegee (AL)

PURCHASED POWER SOURCE(S)


Alabama Pwr Co (AL); Southeastern Pwr Admin [SEPA](GA)

PLANT INFORMATION HY ST Other NUC


SYLACAUGA (GT; GAS; 2; 2004)
GT; GAS; 98 MW

Sylacauga

SERVICE AREA
Memb Utils

PURCHASED POWER SOURCE(S)


PowerSouth Elec Coop (AL)

Tennessee Valley Authority


[TVA]

SERVICE AREA
County: Coffee; Covington; Dale; Geneva; Henry; Houston

GOVT

400 W Summit Hill Dr


Knoxville, TN 37902-1401
Phone: 865-632-2101
Internet: tvainfo@tva.gov, www.tva.gov

FEDERAL, STATE & DISTRICT


SYSTEMS

Service: Elec (Gen/T&D)


See primary listing in TN for pertinent information

Alabama Municipal Electric


Authority [AMEA]

JTACT

804 S Perry St
PO Drawer 5220
Montgomery, AL 36103-5220
Phone: 334-262-1126
Fax: 334-262-2267
Internet: fclark@amea.com, www.amea.com
Service: Elec (G&T) & Tele
AMEA meets 80% of members power needs and acts as the
agent for member contracts with the Southeastern Power
Administration (SEPA) totalling 151 MW.

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Pres & CEO........................................................Fred D. Clark, Jr.
CFO......................................................................J. Marlin Wade
Mgr, Commun & Mktg ..............................................Lisa M. Miller
Mgr, Compliance & Spec Proj ..........................Raymond W. Phillips
Mgr, Plan & Engrg......................................................Alan Wilford
Mgr, Pwr Oper ............................................................Tim Foster

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
(AL) Muscle Shoals - TVA Res, PO Box 1010, Muscle Shoals, AL
35662-1010 (256-386-2601)

PLANT INFORMATION HY ST Other NUC


ALBERTVILLE (IC; OIL; 4; 2000)
IC; OIL; 15.6 MW
BROWNS FERRY (ST; UR; 3; 1974)
ST; UR; 3297 MW
COLBERT (GT/ST; COAL; 13; 1955)
ST; COAL; 1350 MW
GT; GAS-OIL; 471.2 MW
GUNTERSVILLE (HY; WAT; 4; 1939)
HY; WAT; 115.2 MW
WHEELER (HY; WAT; 11; 1936)
HY; WAT; 396.5 MW
WIDOWS CREEK (ST; COAL; 8; 1952)
ST; COAL; 1969 MW
WILSON DAM (AL) (HY; WAT; 21; 1925)
HY; WAT; 658.7 MW

Albertville
Decatur
Tuscumbia
Guntersville
Town Creek
Stevenson
Muscle Shoals

SERVICE AREA

Exec Asst.....................................................Samantha Alexander

Retail & WH

CORPORATE FINANCIAL DATA ($) FY 2009

US Army Corps of Engineers


[USACE]

Electric Revenue:

195,902,000

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA

GOVT

Parent/Owner: US Department of Defense, DC


TOTAL (FT/PT) Employees:

17

SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE
Net Generation (MWh):
Pwr Purchased (MWh):
Net Other (MWh):
Elec Sales (MWh):
Generating Cap (MW):
Summer System Peak (MW):
Winter System Peak (MW):

4,523
3,376,344
(96,790)
3,284,077
95.00
719.00
734.00

MAJOR INTERCONNECTIONS
Alexander City (AL); Dothan (AL); Fairhope (AL); LaFayette (AL);
Lanett (AL); Luverne (AL); Opelika (AL); Piedmont (AL); Rivieria Utils
(AL); Sylacauga (AL); Tuskegee (AL)

441 G St NW
Washington, DC 20314-1000
Phone: 202-761-0011
Internet: hq-publicaffairs@usace.army.mil,
www.usace.army.mil
Service: Elec (Gen/T&D)
See primary listing in DC for pertinent information

PLANT INFORMATION HY ST Other NUC


JONES BLUFF (HY; WAT; 4; 1975)
HY; WAT; 82 MW
MILLERS FERRY (HY; WAT; 3; 1970)
HY; WAT; 90 MW

Selma
Camden

RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE SYSTEMS

15

PURCHASED POWER SOURCE(S)

CORPORATE FINANCIAL DATA ($) FY 2009

Tennessee Valley Authority

Electric Revenue:

SERVICE AREA

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA

County: Colbert

Tuskegee Utilities Board


101 Fonville St
Tuskegee, AL 36083-2021
Phone: 334-724-2133
Internet: www.yourubt.com

Fax: 334-724-0060

Residential:
Commercial:
Industrial:
Other:
TOT Retail Cust:

31,006,000

Electric
Customers
12,241
2,925
1
1
15,167

Avg Rate
(/kWh)
9.56
9.99
9.13

Service: Elec (T&D)

TOTAL (FT/PT) Employees:

Member: Alabama Municipal Electric Authority [JCTAT]

SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES

Pwr Purchased (MWh):


Elec Sales (MWh):

GM............................................................................Mark Ennis

Avg Use
(kWh/yr)
15,962
36,675
4,578,000

30

333,965
307,240

CORPORATE FINANCIAL DATA ($) FY 2009

Summer System Peak (MW):


Winter System Peak (MW):

Electric Revenue:

Incoming Substa Capacity (MVa):

75.00

Distr (OH) Pole Miles:


Distr (UG) Circuit Miles:
Distr TOTAL (kV15) Miles:
Transm (OH) Pole (kV34.5) Miles:

974.0
30.0
1,004.0
5.0

20,117,000

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA

Residential:
Commercial:
Industrial:
Other:
TOT Retail Cust:

Electric
Customers
6,498
703
103
103
7,304

Avg Rate
(/kWh)
11.17
11.99
9.07

Avg Use
(kWh/yr)
10,365
23,960
1,132,291

Tennessee Valley Pub Pwr Assn (TN)

County: Cullman; Marshall; Morgan


219,627
200,821

Summer System Peak (MW):


Winter System Peak (MW):

42.00
34.00

Distr Line Transformers (#):


Incoming Substa Capacity (MVa):

3,015
30.00

Distr (OH) Pole Miles:


Distr (UG) Circuit Miles:
Distr TOTAL (kV15) Miles:
Transm (OH) Pole (kV69) Miles:

PURCHASED POWER SOURCE(S)


SERVICE AREA

SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE
Pwr Purchased (MWh):
Elec Sales (MWh):

73.00
89.00

1,520.0
22.0
1,542.0
15.0

PURCHASED POWER SOURCE(S)

Baldwin County Electric


Membership Corp (AL) [BEMC]
19600 Hwy 59
PO Box 220
Summerdale, AL 36580-0220
Phone: 251-989-6247
Fax: 251-989-0148
Internet: manager@baldwinemc.com,
www.baldwinemc.com
Service: Elec (Distr)
Opt out of directory by telephone 7/14/11

Alabama Muni Elec Auth (AL); Alabama Pwr Co (AL); Southeastern


Pwr Admin [SEPA]

SERVICE AREA

Member: PowerSouth Energy Coop Inc [G&T]; Touchstone


Energy [National]

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES

County: Macon

CEO ..............................................................Ernest A. Jakins, Jr.

RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE


SYSTEMS

CORPORATE FINANCIAL DATA ($) FY 2009


Electric Revenue:

148,652,000

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA

Arab Electric Coop Inc


331 S Brindlee Mountain Pkwy
PO Box 770
Arab, AL 35016-0770
Phone: 256-586-3196
Internet: joevbunch@otelco.net

Residential:
Commercial:
TOT Retail Cust:

Fax: 256-586-4943

Electric
Customers
60,597
6,343
66,940

Avg Rate
(/kWh)
12.44
10.80

TOTAL (FT/PT) Employees:

Service: Elec (T&D)

SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE

Member: Tennessee Valley Public Power Association [REG]

Pwr Purchased (MWh):


Elec Sales (MWh):

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
GM.......................................................................Joe Van Bunch

Summer System Peak (MW):


Winter System Peak (MW):

Avg Use
(kWh/yr)
13,295
68,166

179

1,321,928
1,237,999
304.00
310.00

MUNICIPAL SYSTEMS

Southern Nuclear Operating Co

IOU

Parent/Owner: Southern Company, GA

10 Inverness Ctr Pkwy


Birmingham, AL 35242-4809
Phone: 205-992-5000
Internet: www.southernco.com

Fax: 205-868-5363

Incoming Substa Capacity (MVa):

100.00

Distr (OH) Pole Miles:


Distr (UG) Circuit Miles:
Distr TOTAL (kV5 kV15) Miles:
Transm (OH) Pole (kV69) Miles:

314.7
1.5
316.2
14.3

PURCHASED POWER SOURCE(S)

Service: Elec (Gen ONLY)

Tennessee Valley Pub Pwr Assn

Southern Nuclear Operating Co is dba Southern Nuclear.

SERVICE AREA

Cross Reference: AL GA

County: Marshall

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES

Alexander City Utilities

Chmn & Pres & CEO.........................................Stephen Kuczynski

Russell Rd
PO Box 637
Alexander City, AL 35010
Phone: 256-409-2080
Fax: 256-409-2082
Internet: www.alexandercityonline.com

VP (Hatch)...........................................................Dennis Madison
VP (Vogtle) ..............................................................Tom E. Tynan
VP, Nuc Dev.............................................................Mr. Pete Ivey
Mgr, Pub Affs..........................................................Carrie Phillips

Service: Elec (Distr) & Gas (LDC)

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA FY 2009

Member: Alabama Municipal Electric Authority [JTACT]


TOTAL (FT/PT) Employees:

2,960

SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Supt........................................................................George East

Generating Cap (MW):

6,108.00

CORPORATE FINANCIAL DATA ($) FY 2009

PLANT INFORMATION HY ST Other NUC


FARLEY (ST; UR; 2; 1977)
ST; UR; 1711 MW

2010 MWh:

Electric Revenue:

Columbia
13,169,664

MUNICIPAL SYSTEMS

Residential:
Commercial:
Industrial:
Other:
TOT Retail Cust:

Albertville Municipal Utilities Board


210 W Main St
PO Box 130
Albertville, AL 35950-0130
Phone: 256-878-3761
Internet: www.mub-albertville.com

12,212,000

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA
Electric
Customers
4,534
1,281
72
72
5,887

Avg Rate
(/kWh)
9.47
10.38
7.49

Avg Use
(kWh/yr)
13,365
21,139
678,653

SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE
Fax: 256-878-8501

Pwr Purchased (MWh):


Elec Sales (MWh):

159,530
136,541

Service: Elec (T&D) & Wtr (W/WW/SW) & Tele

Summer System Peak (MW):


Winter System Peak (MW):

Member: Tennessee Valley Public Power Association [REG]

Incoming Substa Capacity (MVa):

30.25

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES

Distr (OH) Pole (kV5 kV15) Miles:

106.0

GM ......................................................................Elden Chumley

PURCHASED POWER SOURCE(S)


Alabama Muni Elec Auth (AL); Southeastern Pwr Admin [SEPA]

CORPORATE FINANCIAL DATA ($) FY 2009


Electric Revenue:

44,149,000

Electric
Customers
8,218
1,854
18
18
10,090

Avg Rate
(/kWh)
8.62
9.06
7.30

Elec (FT/PT) Employees:


TOTAL (FT/PT) Employees:

Avg Use
(kWh/yr)
15,023
66,799
16,508,722

33
77

SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE
Pwr Purchased (MWh):
Elec Sales (MWh):
Summer System Peak (MW):
Winter System Peak (MW):

SERVICE AREA
County: Tallapoosa

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA

Residential:
Commercial:
Industrial:
Other:
TOT Retail Cust:

37.00
34.00

550,334
544,465
106.00
101.00

Andalusia Utilities Board


505 E Three Notch St
PO Box 790
Andalusia, AL 36420-0790
Phone: 334-222-1332
Fax: 334-222-9058
Internet: jeff.puckett@cityofandalusia.com,
www.cityofandalusia.com
Service: Elec (Distr) & Wtr (W/WW/SW) & Tele
The Utilities Board was formed in Jan 2003 through the
combined efforts of the City of Andalusia and the Water Works
Board to oversee all water, sewer, wastewater and electrical
systems in the city.
Member: PowerSouth Energy Coop Inc [G&T]; Touchstone
Energy [National]

ALABAMA
2
1
1
36
23
1

Investor-Owned Utilities
IOU
Transmission Company
TRANS
Wholesale Generating Utility
WGEN
Municipal Utility Systems
MUNI
Rural Electric Cooperative Utilities COOP
Joint Action Agency
JTACT

INVESTOR OWNED SYSTEMS

Alabama Power Co

IOU

800,577,436
340,119,438
94,419,058
240,655,233
1,017,664,095

CUSTOMER/EMPLOYEE DATA

Residential:
Commercial:
Industrial:
Other:
TOT Retail Cust:

Electric
Customers
1,232,188
197,659
5,641
741
1,436,229

Avg Rate
(/kWh)
11.18
10.38
5.99

Avg Use
(kWh/yr)
16,570
74,791
3,644,360

TOTAL (FT/PT) Employees:

6,842

SYSTEM DESIGN/PERFORMANCE

Parent/Owner: Southern Company, GA

Net Generation (MWh):


Pwr Purchased (MWh):
Net Other (MWh):
Elec Sales (MWh):
Elec Sales (MWh) Ult Cons:
Elec Sales (MWh) Resale:

600 N 18th St
Birmingham, AL 35203
Phone: 205-257-1000
Internet: www.alabamapower.com
Service: Elec (Gen/T&D)
Subsidiaries: Southern Electric Generating Co (50% w/Georgia
Power Co); Alabama Property Co; Alabama Energy Providers Inc
Cross Reference: AL GA

KEY PERSONNEL/OFFICES
Pres & CEO....................................................Charles D. McCrary
Exec VP & CFO & Treas.....................................Phillip C. Raymond
Exec VP, Cust Svc..............................................Steve R. Spencer
Exec VP, Ext Affs....................................................Zeke W. Smith
Sr VP & Genl Counsel..............................................Gordon Martin
Sr VP, Mktg & Econ Dev .............................................Greg Barker
VP & CIO ................................................................Kathleen King
VP & Comptroller............................................Anita Allcorn-Walker
VP & Corp Sec & Treas (Asst) ...........................William E. Zales, Jr.
VP, Birmingham Div .............................................Bobbie J. Knight
VP, Charitable Giving.........................................Leight Davis Perry
VP, Corp RE .........................................................R. Myrk Harkins
VP, Corp Rels ........................................................Nick C. Sellers
VP, Corp Svcs ...................................................Robert L. Weaver
VP, Cust Svc & Retail Mktg ...................................Myrna J. Pittman
VP, Eastern Div .....................................................Julia H. Segars
VP, Econ & Community Dev.................................Kenneth F. Novak
VP, Energy Sales & Efficiency ..................................Don A. Scivley
VP, Gen & Ch Prod Off...............................Theodore J. McCullough
VP, HR ..............................................................Stacy R. Kilcoyne
VP, Mobile Div ....................................................R. Michael Saxon
VP, PR.............................................................John O. Hudson, III
VP, Southeast Div................................................Richard O. Hutto
VP, Southern Div............................................Kenneth E. Coleman
VP, Transm .................................................Richard J. Mandes, Jr.
VP, Western Div .....................................................Mark S. Crews
Mgr, Hydro Svcs............................................................Jim Crew

CORPORATE FINANCIAL DATA ($) FY 2010


Assets & Debits:
Elec Plant in Service
Generation:
Transmission:
Distribution:
Other:
TOTAL:
Electric Revenue:

Electric Operating Expenses


Power Production Exp:
Purchased Power Exp:
Transmission Exp:
Distribution Exp:
Net Inc/Earnings:

18,998,305,206
10,597,546,212
2,826,073,823
5,267,310,495
1,185,783,866
19,876,714,396
5,976,398,011

69,224,009
4,303,263
490,229
70,512,676
55,973,891
14,538,785

Generating Cap (MW):


Summer System Peak (MW):
Winter System Peak (MW):

12,222.00
11,678.00
11,539.00

Distr Line Transformers (#):


Distr LT Capacity (MVa):
Incoming Substa Capacity (MVa):

649,004
22,982.00
1,771.00

Distr TOTAL (kV5 kV15 kV25 kV35) Miles:


74,364.0
Transm (OH) Pole (kV34.5 kV69 kV115 kV161 kV230 kV500)
Miles:
10,506.1

MAJOR INTERCONNECTIONS
Georgia Pwr Co; Gulf Pwr Co; Mississippi Pwr Co; PowerSouth
Elec Coop (AL); Southeastern Pwr Admin [SEPA]; Southern Elec
Gen Co; TVA

PURCHASED POWER SOURCE(S)


Associated Companies

PLANT INFORMATION HY ST Other NUC


BANKHEAD DAM (HY; WAT; 1; 1963)
HY; WAT; 54 MW
2010 MWh:
BARRY (CC/ST; COAL; 11; 1954)
ST; COAL; 1613 MW
2010 MWh:
CC; GAS; 1132 MW
2010 MWh:
BURKVILLE COGEN (CC; GAS; 2; 1999)
CC; GAS; 105 MW
2010 MWh:
EC GASTON (GT/ST; COAL; 6; 1960)
ST; COAL; 2012.8 MW
GT; OIL; 21.3 MW
GADSDEN NEW (ST/S; COAL; 2; 1949)
ST; COAL-BIOMASS; 130 MW2010 MWh:
GORGAS TWO (ST; COAL; 5; 1951)
ST; COAL; 1215 MW
2010 MWh:
GREENE COUNTY (AL) (GT/ST; COAL; 11; 1965)
ST; COAL; 298 MW
2010 MWh:
GT; GAS-OIL; 740 MW
2010 MWh:
H NEELY HENRY DAM (HY; WAT; 3; 1966)
HY; WAT; 77 MW
2010 MWh:
HOLT DAM (HY; WAT; 1; 1968)
HY; WAT; 49 MW
2010 MWh:
JORDAN DAM (HY; WAT; 4; 1928)
HY; WAT; 128 MW
2010 MWh:
LAY DAM (HY; WAT; 6; 1967)
HY; WAT; 183 MW
2010 MWh:
LEWIS SMITH DAM (HY; WAT; 2; 1961)
HY; WAT; 200 MW
2010 MWh:

Northport
100,981
Bucks
7,834,332
7,354,555
Burkville
545,724
Wilsonville
Gadsden
229,661
Parrish
6,875,514
Demopolis
2,729,453
53,595
Ohatchee
176,953
Tuscaloosa
138,109
Wetumpka
327,600
Clanton
482,652
Jasper
214,662

Index of Companies
21st Century Transmission Holdings LLC, CA ..........................95
3 Phases Energy Services LLC, CA ....................................1472
4-County Electric Power Association (MS), MS .......................673
A&N Electric Coop [ANEC], VA ...........................................1285
A&N Electric Coop [ANEC], MD ................................530
A/C Power-Colver Operations, PA .......................................1472
Abbeville Public Utilities (SC), SC ........................................1094
Abbeville Water & Light Plant (LA), LA ...................................506
Abengoa Solar Inc, CO ......................................................1472
Aberdeen Electric Dept, MS .................................................665
AbitibiBowater Inc [AbiBow], QC .........................................1472
Accent Energy Group LLC, OH ...........................................1473
Access Energy Coop, IA ......................................................396
Access Energy LLC, UT .....................................................1473
ACCIONA Energy North America Corp, IL ............................1473
ACCIONA Solar Power Inc, NV ............................................1473
ACE Cogeneration - Trona Operating Partners, CA ...............1473
ACES Power Marketing [APM], IN .......................................1674
Acworth Power Dept, GA .....................................................209
Ada Water & Light Dept, MN ................................................595
ADAGE LLC, PA .................................................................1474
Adams Electric Coop (IL), IL .................................................283
Adams Electric Coop Inc (PA), PA .......................................1082
Adams Rural Electric Coop Inc (OH), OH ...............................993
Adams-Columbia Electric Coop (WI) [ACEC], WI ....................1369
Adel Light & Gas Dept, GA ...................................................209
Adrian Public Utilities Dept, MN ............................................595
Advance Municipal Light & Power, IN ....................................303
Advanced Energy, NC ........................................................1674
Advantage IQ Inc, WA ........................................................1474
AEI Services LLC, TX .........................................................1474
AEP Appalachian Transmission Co [ATCo], OH .......................945
AEP Generating Co [AEGCo], OH ..........................................945
AEP Generating Co [AEGCo], IN ...............................297
AEP Indiana Michigan Transmission Co [IMTCo], OH ...............945
AEP Kentucky Transmission Co [KTCo], OH ...........................946
AEP Ohio Transmission Co [OHTCo], OH ...............................946
AEP Oklahoma Transmission Co [OTCo], OH ..........................946
AEP Retail Energy Texas, OH ..............................................1474
AEP Southwestern Transmission Co [SWTCo], OH ..................946
AEP Texas Central Co [AEP Texas - TCC], TX .......................1178
AEP Texas Central Co [AEP Texas - TCC], OH ............947
AEP Texas North Co [AEP Texas - TNC], TX .........................1178
AEP Texas North Co [AEP Texas - TNC], OH ..............947
AEP West Virginia Transmission Co [WVTCo], OH ...................947
AEP Wind Energy LLC, TX ..................................................1475
Aera Energy LLC [AERA], CA ..............................................1475
AES Corp, VA ...................................................................1475
AES Solar Energy Ltd, VA ..................................................1476
AES Wind Generation Inc, CA .............................................1476
Affordable Power LP, TX ....................................................1477
Afton Electric Light System, IA .............................................348
Ag Energy Co-op Ltd, ON ...................................................1477
Agralite Electric Coop, MN ...................................................639
Aguila Irrigation Dist, AZ ........................................................67
Aha Macav Power Services Inc [AMPS], AZ ..............................68
Aiken Electric Coop Inc [AEC], SC .......................................1101
Air Products and Chemicals Inc, PA ....................................1477
Aitkin Public Utilities Commission, MN ...................................595
Ajo Improvement Co, AZ ........................................................57
Ak-Chin Energy Services [ACES], AZ .......................................68
Akhiok City Electric Dept, AK .................................................33

1808

Akiachak Native Community Electric Co [ANCEC], AK ...............45


Akron Light & Water (IA), IA ..................................................348
Akron Municipal Electric Utility (NY), NY .................................861
Akutan Electric Utility, AK .......................................................33
Alabama Conservation & Natural Resources Dept, AL ..........1736
Alabama Dept of Environmental Management, AL ................1737
Alabama Municipal Electric Authority [AMEA], AL ......................25
Alabama Power Co, AL ............................................................1
Alabama Public Service Commission [APSC], AL ..................1737
Alabama Rural Electric Association [AREA], AL .....................1674
Alachua Electric Dept, FL .....................................................184
Alameda Municipal Power [AMP], CA .....................................102
Alamo Power Dist 3, NV ......................................................823
Alaska Dept of Commerce Community & Economic Dev [DCCED],
AK .................................................................................1737
Alaska Electric and Energy Coop Inc [AEEC], AK ......................45
Alaska Electric Generation & Transmission Coop Inc [AEG&T],
AK .....................................................................................45
Alaska Electric Light & Power Co [AEL&P], AK .........................26
Alaska Energy & Resources Co [AERC], AK .............................26
Alaska Energy Authority [AEA], AK ..........................................54
Alaska Industrial Development & Export Auth [ADIEA], AK .....1737
Alaska Power & Telephone Co [AP&T], WA ..........................1294
Alaska Power Association [APA], AK ....................................1675
Alaska Power Co [APC], WA ...............................................1294
Alaska Power Co [APC], AK .......................................27
Alaska Railbelt Energy Authority [AREA], AK .............................54
Alaska Village Electric Coop Inc [AVEC], AK .............................45
Albany Engineering Corp, NY .............................................1477
Albany Light & Water Dept (MO), MO .....................................691
Albany Water Gas & Light Commission (GA), GA ....................210
Albany Water Light & Power (IL), IL .......................................268
Albemarle Electric Distribution System, NC ...........................887
Albemarle Electric Membership Corp, NC ..............................911
Alberta Balancing Pool, AB ................................................1667
Alberta Electric System Operator [AESO], AB ......................1667
Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board, AB ..............1752
Alberta Federation of REAs Ltd [AFREA], AB ........................1675
Alberta Ministry of Energy, AB ............................................1752
Alberta Rural Utilities Association [ARUA], AB .......................1675
Alberta Urban Municipal Utilities Association [AUMA], AB ......1675
Alberta Utilities Commission [AUC], AB ................................1752
Alberta Watt Exchange Ltd, AB ...........................................1478
Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc [Al-Pac], AB ...................1478
Albertville Municipal Utilities Board, AL ......................................3
Albion Light & Water Plant, ID ...............................................253
Alcoa Electric Dept (TN), TN ..............................................1142
Alcoa Power Generating Inc [APGI], PA ................................1063
Alcoa Power Generating Inc [APGI], IN ......................297
Alcoa Power Generating Inc [APGI], NC ....................882
Alcoa Power Generating Inc [APGI], TN ...................1142
Alcoa Power Marketing LLC [APM LLC], TN .........................1478
Alcorn County Electric Power Association, MS .......................673
Alder Mutual Light Co Inc, WA ............................................1307
Alexander City Utilities, AL .......................................................3
Alexandria Light & Power (MN) [ALP], MN ..............................596
Alexandria Municipal Utilities (LA), LA ....................................507
Alfalfa Electric Coop Inc [AEC], OK .....................................1029
Alfalfa Electric Coop Inc [AEC], KS ...........................458
Alger Delta Coop Electric Association, MI ..............................582
Algoma Power Inc (ON), ON ...............................................1432
Algoma Utilities (WI), WI .....................................................1339