Integrated Resource Plan
Every two years, Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) is required to submit its Integrated Resource Plan to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC). The Integrated Resource Plan is a 20-year forecast that outlines how I&M will serve existing and future customers in a reliable and economic manner. I&M filed its 2015 Integrated Resource Plan with the IURC on November 2, 2015.
The 2015 Indiana Michigan Power Integrated Resource Plan is provided below:
Prior to filing the 2015 Integrated Resource Plan, I&M established a stakeholder engagement process, pursuant to pending revisions to the Indiana Integrated Resource Plan rules. Interested parties were invited to register and to participate in the planning or review process before the plan was submitted to the IURC.
As part of the development of I&M’s 2015 Integrated Resource Plan, there were three objectives for the stakeholder engagement process:
- Listen: Understand concerns and objectives.
- Inform: Increase stakeholder understanding of the Integrated Resource Plan process, key assumptions and the challenges facing I&M and the electric utility industry.
- Consider: Provide a forum for productive stakeholder feedback at key points in the Integrated Resource Plan process to inform I&M’s decision making.
2015 Stakeholder Workshops
I&M held a series of public advisory meetings or workshops with interested parties (stakeholders) during the development and analysis of the 2015 Integrated Resource Plan. The advisory meetings sought to inform stakeholders about I&M’s resource planning process, assumptions, and modeling methods as well as to receive input from stakeholders regarding these topics. The workshop meeting materials provided as part of the 2015 stakeholder process are provided below: