The following items are among those scheduled for consideration by the Commission at the May 22, 2007, Agenda Conference:
ITEM 3: DOCKET NO. 070183-WS – PROPOSED ADOPTION OF RULE 25-30.4325, F.A.C., WATER TREATMENT PLANT USED AND USEFUL CALCULATIONS. The Commission will consider a staff recommendation on a proposed rule that will standardize used and useful calculations for water treatment plant and storage facilities.
ITEM 6: DOCKET NO. 060635-EU – TALLAHASSEE, FMPA, JEA, AND REEDY CREEK'S PETITION FOR NEED DETERMINATION IN TAYLOR COUNTY. The Commission will consider a staff recommendation on a request to re-open the record on a limited basis to address a modeling error.
ITEM 7: DOCKET NO. 050958-EI – PETITION FOR APPROVAL OF NEW ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM FOR COST RECOVERY THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL COST RECOVERY CLAUSE BY TAMPA ELECTRIC COMPANY. The Commission will consider a staff recommendation addressing whether costs for changes to a Tampa Electric Company environmental program are eligible for recovery through the Environmental Cost Recovery Clause.
ITEM 10: DOCKET NO. 070232-EQ, 070234-EQ, 070235-EQ, 070236-EQ –PETITION FOR APPROVAL OF NEW STANDARD OFFER FOR PURCHASE OF FIRM CAPACITY AND ENERGY FROM RENEWABLE ENERGY FACILITIES OR SMALL QUALIFYING FACILITIES AND APPROVAL OF TARIFF SCHEDULE REF-1, BY GULF POWER COMPANY, FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT, PROGRESS ENERGY FLORIDA, AND TAMPA ELECTRIC COMPANY. The Commission will consider a staff recommendation addressing the standard offer contracts and tariffs proposed by Gulf Power, Florida Power & Light, Progress Energy, and Tampa Electric Company.
ITEM 11: DOCKET NO. 070237-EG – PETITION FOR MODIFICATIONS TO APPROVED ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAMS AND ADOPTION OF NEW ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAMS, BY ST. JOE NATURAL GAS COMPANY, INC. The Commission will consider a staff recommendation on St. Joe’s petition for approval of several modifications to its energy conservation programs.
ITEM 14: DOCKET NO. 060253-WS – APPLICATION FOR INCREASE IN WATER AND WASTEWATER RATES IN MARION, ORANGE, PASCO, PINELLAS, AND SEMINOLE COUNTIES BY UTILITIES, INC. OF FLORIDA. The Commission will consider a staff recommendation regarding proposed rate increases and the overall quality of the water and wastewater service for Utilities, Inc. of Florida in Marion, Pasco, Pinellas, Orange, and Seminole counties.
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