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(20 ILCS 3855/1-125)
Agency annual reports.
(a) By February 15 of each year, the Agency shall report annually to the Governor and the General Assembly on the operations and transactions of the Agency. The annual report shall include, but not be limited to, each of the following:
(1) The average quantity, price, and term of all
contracts for electricity procured under the procurement plans for electric utilities.
(3) The quantity, price, and rate impact of all
energy efficiency and demand response measures purchased for electric utilities, and any measures included in the procurement plan pursuant to Section 16-111.5B of the Public Utilities Act.
(4) The amount of power and energy produced by each
(5) The quantity of electricity supplied by each
Agency facility to municipal electric systems, governmental aggregators, or rural electric cooperatives in Illinois.
(6) The revenues as allocated by the Agency to each
(7) The costs as allocated by the Agency to each
(8) The accumulated depreciation for each facility.
(9) The status of any projects under development.
(10) Basic financial and operating information
specifically detailed for the reporting year and including, but not limited to, income and expense statements, balance sheets, and changes in financial position, all in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, debt structure, and a summary of funds on a cash basis.
(11) The average quantity, price, contract type and
term, and rate impact of all renewable resources procured under the long-term renewable resources procurement plans for electric utilities.
(12) A comparison of the costs associated with the
Agency's procurement of renewable energy resources to (A) the Agency's costs associated with electricity generated by other types of generation facilities and (B) the benefits associated with the Agency's procurement of renewable energy resources.
(13) An analysis of the rate impacts associated with
the Illinois Power Agency's procurement of renewable resources, including, but not limited to, any long-term contracts, on the eligible retail customers of electric utilities. The analysis shall include the Agency's estimate of the total dollar impact that the Agency's procurement of renewable resources has had on the annual electricity bills of the customer classes that comprise each eligible retail customer class taking service from an electric utility.
(b) In addition to reporting on the transactions and operations of the Agency, the Agency shall also endeavor to
report on the following items through its annual report, recognizing that full and accurate information may not be available for certain items:
(1) The overall nameplate capacity amount of
installed and scheduled renewable energy generation capacity physically located in Illinois.
(2) The percentage of installed and scheduled
renewable energy generation capacity as a share of overall electricity generation capacity physically located in Illinois.
(3) The amount of megawatt hours produced by
renewable energy generation capacity physically located in Illinois for the preceding delivery year.
(4) The percentage of megawatt hours produced by
renewable energy generation capacity physically located in Illinois as a share of overall electricity generation from facilities physically located in Illinois for the preceding delivery year.
(5) The renewable portfolio standard expenditures
made pursuant to paragraph (1) of subsection (c) of Section 1-75 and the total scheduled and installed renewable generation capacity expected to result from these investments. This information shall include the total cost of REC delivery contracts of the renewable portfolio standard by project category, including, but not limited to, renewable energy credits delivery contracts entered into pursuant to subparagraphs (C), (G), (K), and (R) of paragraph (1) of subsection (c) Section 1-75. The Agency shall also report on the total amount of customer load featuring renewable portfolio standard compliance obligations scheduled to be met by self-direct customers pursuant to subparagraph (R) of paragraph (1) of subsection (c) of Section 1-75, as well as the minimum annual quantities of renewable energy credits scheduled to be retired by those customers and amount of installed renewable energy generating capacity used to meet the requirements of subparagraph (R) of paragraph (1) of subsection (c) of Section 1-75.
The Agency may seek assistance from the Illinois Commerce
Commission in developing its annual report and may also retain
the services of its expert consulting firm used to develop its
procurement plans as outlined in paragraph (1) of subsection
(a) of Section 1-75. Confidential or commercially sensitive
business information provided by retail customers, alternative
retail electric suppliers, or other parties shall be kept
confidential by the Agency consistent with Section 1-120, but
may be publicly reported in aggregate form.
(Source: P.A. 102-662, eff. 9-15-21.)