The ISO and Valley Electric entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) earlier this month to outline the framework for the nonprofit to become a participating transmission owner, utility distribution company and load-serving entity in the ISO balancing authority effective January 1, 2013.
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The Board-approved LT-CRR plan: * Ensures the ten-year rights are available upon the start of MRTU, along with one-year and monthly CRRs; * Balances the allocation of ten-year rights with the allocation of one-year rights, so that each load-serving entity has flexibility to choose a mix of these rights that best meets its own unique needs; * Promotes investment and long-term contracting by providing entities with a financial instrument to manage their costs associated with using the transmission system under their long-term power contracts.