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Utility Renewable Energy Cost Impact Reports Required by Minnesota Statutes Section 216B.1691 20133-84473-01 chamber commerce.pdf

Utility Renewable Energy Cost Impact Reports Required by Minnesota Statutes Section 216B.1691 20133-84473-01 chamber commerce.pdf

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JOINT REPLY COMMENT OF THE MINNESOTA LARGE INDUSTRIAL GROUP AND MINNESOTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Minnesota Large Industrial Group (“MLIG”)1 and Minnesota Chamber of Commerce (“Chamber”)2 (collectively, Joint Business Intervenors, or “JBI”), submit the following brief comment.
I. INTRODUCTION
On October 25, 2011, utilities submitted reports in compliance with section 216B.1691 subd. 2e of the Minnesota Statutes.3 The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (the “Commission”) never formally established a comment period for interested stakeholders to offer input on the utilities’ reports.
JOINT REPLY COMMENT OF THE MINNESOTA LARGE INDUSTRIAL GROUP AND MINNESOTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Minnesota Large Industrial Group (“MLIG”)1 and Minnesota Chamber of Commerce (“Chamber”)2 (collectively, Joint Business Intervenors, or “JBI”), submit the following brief comment.
I. INTRODUCTION
On October 25, 2011, utilities submitted reports in compliance with section 216B.1691 subd. 2e of the Minnesota Statutes.3 The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (the “Commission”) never formally established a comment period for interested stakeholders to offer input on the utilities’ reports.

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A
 NDREW
P.
 
M
ORATZKA
 
 Direct (612) 373-8822
apmoratzka@stoel.com
March 6, 2013
VIA E-FILING
Dr. Burl Haar Public Utilities Commission 121 7th Place East Suite 350 St. Paul, MN 55101 Sen. John Marty 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Capitol, Room 323 St. Paul, MN 55155-1606 Rep. Melissa Hortman 377 State Office Building 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Saint Paul, Minnesota 55155
Re: In the Matter of Utility Renewable Energy Cost Impact Reports Required by Minnesota Statutes Section 216B.1691, Subd. 2e. Docket No. E-999/CI-11-852 In the Matter of Commission Consideration and Determination on Compliance with Renewable Energy Objectives and Renewable Energy Standards Docket No. E-999/M-12-958
Dear Dr. Haar, Sen. Marty, and Rep. Hortman: Attached for filing in the above docket you will find the Joint Reply Comment of the Minnesota Large Industrial Group and Minnesota Chamber of Commerce.
 
 
Dr. Burl Haar Rep. Melissa Hortman Sen. John Marty March 6, 2013 Page 2
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 Very truly yours, Stoel Rives
LLP
 
 /s/ Andrew P. Moratzka
Andrew P. Moratzka APM:jlw Enclosures cc: Service List Bill Blazer Ben Gerber Kavita Maini
 
 
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STATE OF MINNESOTA BEFORE THE MINNESOTA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
121 Seventh Place East, Suite 50 St. Paul, Minnesota 55101-2147
In the Matter of Utility Renewable Energy Cost Impact Reports Required by Minnesota Statutes Section 216B.1691, Subd. 2e. In the Matter of Commission Consideration and Determination on Compliance with Renewable Energy Objectives and Renewable Energy Standards Docket No. E-999/CI-11-852 Docket No. E-999/M-12-958
JOINT
 
REPLY
 
COMMENT
 
OF
 
THE
 
MINNESOTA
 
LARGE
 
INDUSTRIAL
 
GROUP
 
AND
 
MINNESOTA
 
CHAMBER
 
OF
 
COMMERCE
The Minnesota Large Industrial Group (“MLIG”)
1
 and Minnesota Chamber of Commerce (“Chamber”)
2
 (collectively, Joint Business Intervenors, or “JBI”), submit the following brief comment.
I.
 
INTRODUCTION
On October 25, 2011, utilities submitted reports in compliance with section 216B.1691 subd. 2e of the Minnesota Statutes.
3
 The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (the “Commission”) never formally established a comment period for interested stakeholders to offer input on the utilities’ reports. In any event, JBI submitted a comment on October 1, 2012, requesting additional analysis be undertaken to fully comply with Minnesota law. The
1
 MLIG is a consortium of large industrial customers in the State of Minnesota spanning several utilities and consuming more than 5 billion kWh of electricity each year.
2
 The Chamber represents over 2,400 business locations throughout the state of Minnesota. As the voice of Minnesota businesses on statewide policy issues, the Chamber’s main goal is to make Minnesota’s business environment competitive relative to other states and nations. Energy is a critical component to a successful business environment. Therefore, a focal point of the Chamber’s policy is ensuring Minnesota has reliable and competitively  priced energy rates.
3
 
See In the Matter of Utility Renewable Energy Cost Impact Reports Required by Minnesota Statutes Section 216B.1691, Subd. 2e
, Commission Docket No. E-999/CI-11-852 (“RES Impact Analysis Docket”).
 

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