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Mar 21, 2014 - Monongahela Power & Potomac Edison. Alternative & Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard Compliance Plan and Annual Report. Page 1 ...
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Gary A. Jack Senior Corporate Counsel

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March 21,2014

VIA FEDEX OVERNIGHT Ingrid Ferrell, Executive Secretary Public Service Commission of West Virginia 201 Brooks Street Charleston, WV 25301 Re:

Monongahela Power Company and The Potomac Edison Company Alternative and Renewable Energy Resource Credits Compliance Plan and Annual Report: Case No. 14-1Wb-E-P

Dear Ms. Ferrell: Enclosed for filing are an original and twelve copies of the Alternative and Renewable Energy Resource Credits Compliance Plan and Annual Report on behalf of Monongahela Power Company and The Potomac Edison Company. We ask for the Commission's review and acceptance of the annual Report. Sincerely,

Gary A. Jack " Senior Corporate Counsel WV State Bar No. 1855

GAJ/jss Enclosures cc:

Jacqueline Roberts, CAD

Monongahela Power Company & The Potomac Edison Company Alanative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard Compliance Plan and Annual Report In accordance with Rule 8 of the Rules Governing Alternative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (“Portfolio Rules”), Monongahela Power Company (“Mon Power”) and The Potomac Edison Company (“Potomac Edison” or collectively the “Companies”) respectfully submit the following Alternative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard Compliance Plan Annual Report for calendar year 2013 for consideration by the West Virginia Public Service Commission (the “Commission”). As per Portfolio Rule 8.4, on or before March 31 of each year following the Commission’s approval of an electric utility’s compliance plan under Portfolio Rule 8.1, the electric utility shall submit to the Commission an annual progress report demonstrating compliance with the Portfolio Rules. The information required by Portfolio Rule 8.4 is provided below. 8.4.a. The electric utility’s sales to retail customers in West Virginia as recorded at the customer’s meter in the previous two calendar years, by year, in total number of megawatt hours. Please refer to Exhibit 1 for Mon Power and Potomac Edison’s individual retail metered sales and combined retail metered sales for the period calendar years 2012 and 2013 on a per MWh basis. The data is segregated by utility and service type (residential, commercial, industrial and street lighting). 8.4.b. The total amount of energy the electric utility has generated, purchased or procured from alternative or renewable energy resources as of December 31 of the previous calendar year. Please refer to Exhibit 2 for the total amount of energy the Companies have generated, purchased or procured from qualifylng alternative or renewable resources as of December 31, 2013. 8.4.b.L The portions, stated separately, of the total amount of energy required in Rule 8.4.b corresponding to energy generated, purchased or procured from the combustion of natural gas and generated from supercritical technology, if any; Please refer to Exhibit 2 for the total amount of energy the Companies have generated, purchased or procured from qualifylng alternative or renewable resources as of December 31, 2013. Please note that none of the generation is from the combustion of natural gas. Supercritical generation is represented by Fort Martin, Harrison and Monongahela Power & Potomac Edison Alternative & Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard Compliance Plan and Annual Report Page 1

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I :Pleasants power stations. Additional comments on the certification of the individual resources under the Alternative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard are also documented in Exhibit 2 including supercritical technology.

8.4.b.2. The electric utility's sales to retail customers in West Virginia as recorded at the customer's meter in the two previous calendar years, by year, corresponding to voluntary purchases by retail customers of energyfrom renewable sources, if any; N