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It is well known, however, that much of the coal and oil which has been used for electric utility boiler heating in the past has already or will become unacceptable with the more stringent air quality requirements.

Satisfactory and proven methods of removing the required volumes of pollutants from coal and from stack gases are not yet available and sufficient facilities for desulfurization of oil are not available at this time to process all oil used for boiler heating. Additional facilities and improved processes are expected but will require some time.

Although in some respects a regional problem at present, utilities along the East Coast are relying heavily on foreign oil production and tanker delivery for power plant fuel. This subjects the affected area to critical shortage problems almost immediately if deliveries are severely curtailed for any reason. Conclusions

The array of problems confronting the utility industry in completing new facilities on schedule, obtaining required certifications and licenses on time, assuring availability of sufficient fuel of necessary quality to meet prevailing standards, providing for needed maintenance of existing facilities, and coping with environmentally oriented modifications of present and future installations seems at times to be almost overwhelming.

If the projected demands for electric power over the period of this review are to be met, it appears that some streamlining of procedures and maximum cooperation among those involved in all of the various aspects of bringing new facilities into service are essential. At best, it will likely be difficult to avoid severe shortages of electric power in some cases.

APPENDIX A

(a) NUCLEAR STEAM GENERATING UNITS SCHEDULED FOR SERVICE THROUGH JANUARY 1973 (Explanation of symbols: ECAR-East-central area reliability coordination agreement; MAIN–Mid-America Interpool

Network; MAAC–Mid-Atlantic Area Coordination Group; MARCA-Midcontinent area reliability coordination agreement; NPCC-Northeast Power Coordinating Council; SERC—Southeastern Electric Reliability Council; SWPP-Southwest Power Pool; ERCOT-Electric Reliability Council of Texas; WSCC-Western Systems Coordinating Council

Reliability council Region

Scheduled comMega- mercial operawatts tion date

Utility

Unit

NPCC.

SERC.

Do..

Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Corp. Vermont Yankee..
Maine Yankee Atomic Power Corp.

Maine Yankee
Consolidated Edison Co..

Indian Point 2.
Boston Edison Co.

Pilgrim.
Virginia Electric & Power Co.

Surry 1.

Surry 2.
Tennessee Valley Authority.

Browns Ferry 1.
Duke Power Co.

Oconee 1.
Florida Power & Light Co.

Turkey Point 3
Do..

Turkey Point 4.
Consumers Power Co.

Palisades.
Commonwealth Edison Co.

Zion 1.
Commonwealth Edison Co. and lowa- Quad Cities 1.
Illinois Gas & Electric

Quad Cities 2.
Wisconsin-Michigan Power Co.

Point Beach 2.
Wisconsin Public Service Co.

Kewaunee 1.
Northern States Power Co.

Prairie Island 1
Public Service of Colorado.

Fort St. Vrain.

514 September 1972.
790 January 1973.
873 June 1972.
655 July 1972.
780 June 1972.

780 January 1973. 1,065 October 1972.

841 June 1972.
693 Do.
693 September 1972.

700 May 1972.
1,050 August 1972.
809 June 1972.
809 Do.
497 Do.
541 December 1972.
530 October 1972.
330 July 1972.

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MARCA.. WSCC

(b) NUCLEAR STEAM GENERATING UNITS SCHEDULED FOR SERVICE, FEBRUARY 1973 THROUGH DECEMBER 1975

NPCC..

MAAC..

Northeast Utilities..

Millstone 2.
Consolidated Edison Co.

Indian Point 3.
Power Authority of State of New York.. Fitzpatrick..
Baltimore Gas & Electric..

Calvert Cliffs 1
do.

Calvert Cliffs 2.
Public Service Electric & Gas (New Jersey). Salem 1.
.do.

Salem 2.
do.

Newbold Island 1.
Philadelphia Electric Co.

Peach Bottom 2.
...do.

Peach Bottom 3.
do.

Limerick 1..
Metropolitan Edison Co.

Three Mile Island 1.
do.

Three Mile Island 2.

828 April 1974.
965 November 1974.
821 June 1973.
845 February 1973.

845 January 1974.
1,090 December 1973.
1,115 December 1974.
1.088 December 1975.
1.065 April 1973.
1,065 April 1974.
1.065 March 1975.
831 March 1973.
907 May 1974.

NUCLEAR STEAM GENERATING UNITS SCHEDULED FOR SERVICE, FEBRUARY 1973 THROUGH DECEMBER

1975_Continued

Reliability council Region

Scheduled comMega- mercial operawatts tion date

Utility

Unit

SERC.

Surry 2..

Virginia Electric & Power Co.

do.

do.
Tenneesee Valley Authority.

do..
do.

do.

ECAR

780 January 1973. 845 March 1974,

845 March 1975. 1,065 April 1973. 1,065 January 1974. 1,124 April 1974. 1,124 December 1974.

821 March 1975. 821 March 1974.

886 June 1973. 1, 150 November 1975.

786 May 1973. 829 May 1975. 858 December 1972.

800 May 1974 1,054 March 1973. 1,060 March 1974.

810 January 1975. 1, 123 February 1975.

847 October 1973.

872 December 1974. 1,050 May 1973. 1,078 October 1975.

530 December 1973. 820 September 1973.

do...

North Anna 1
North Anna 2
Browns Ferry 2
Browns Ferry 3.
Sequoyah 1.
Sequoyah 2.
Brunswick 1.
Brunswick 2.
Oconee 3.
McGuire 1.
Hatch 1.
Farley 1.
Crystal River 3.
Hutchinson Island 1..
D.C. Cook 1.
D.C. Cook 2.
Zimmer I...
Fermi 2.
Beaver Valley 1
Davis-Besse 1.
Zion 2
LaSalle 1.
Arnold 1.
Arkansas Nuclear 1

Unit 1.
Arkansas Nuclear 1

Unit 2.
Prairie Island 2.
Fort Calhoun l.
Cooper.
Rancho Seco 1.
Trojan.
Diablo Canyon l.
Diablo Canyon 2.

Carolina Power & Light.

do...
Duke Power Co.

...do.
Georgia Power Co.
Alabama Power Co.
Florida Power Corp.
Florida Power & Light Co.
Indiana & Michigan Electric Co.
Cincinnati Gas & Electric.
Detroit Edison Co..
Duquesne Power & Light.
Toledo Edison Co.
Commonwealth Edison Co.

do..
Iowa Electric Light & Power Co.
Arkansas Power & Light...
....do.......
Northern States Power Co.
Omaha Public Power District.
Nebraska Public Power District.
Sacramento Municipal Utility District.
Portland General Electric Co.
Pacific Gas & Electric Co..

do..

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SWPP.....

920 December 1975.

MARCA

WSCC.

530 May 1974
457 June 1973.
778 July 1973.

804 May 1973.
1, 130 September 1974.
1,060 June 1974.
1,060 June 1975.

APPENDIX B

(a) FOSSIL-FUELED STEAM GENERATING UNITS SCHEDULED FOR SERVICE THROUGH JANUARY 1973 (300 OR MORE

MEGAWATTS) (Explanation of symbols: ECAR-East-central area reliability coordination agreement; MAIN-Mid-America Interpool

Network; MAAC-Mid-Atlantic Area Coordination Group; MARCA-Mid-continent area reliability coordination agree. ment; NPCC-Northeast power coordinating council; SERC-Southeastern electric reliability council; SWPP-Southwest power pool; ERCOT-Electric reliability council of Texas; WSCC-Western systems coordinating councill

Reliability council region

Scheduled Mega- commercial watts operation date

Utility

Unit

NPCC...

MAAC

SERC.

New England Power System..
Long Island Lighting Co.
Orange & Rockland Utilities, Inc.
Central Hudson G & E CO.
Pennsylvania Power & Light.
Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.
Duke Power Co.
Georgia Power Co.
Carolina Power & Light Co.
Tennessee Valley Authority.
Alabama Power Co.
Florida Power & Light..
Detroit Edison Co....

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Salem Harbor 4.
Northport 3.
Bowline Pt 1.
Roseton l..
Montour 1.
Wagner 4..
Cliffside 5.
Bowen 2.
Sutton 3..
Cumberland 1.
Gorgas 10.
Sanford 4.
Sanford 5.
Monroe 2..
Monroe 3..
Mill Creek 1
Cayuga 2.
Stuart 3.
Amos 2.
Eastlake 5.
Harrison 1.
Conesville 4.
Edwards 3.
Caffeen 2..
Powertown 5.
Baldwin 2.

437 October 1972.
387 June 1972.
621 Do.
572 November 1972.
823 January 1972.
415 May 1972.
570 July 1972
789 May 1972.

420 Do. 1,300 July 1972.

789 May 1972.
383 April 1972.
383 January 1973.
750 March 1972.
750 December 1972.
321 May 1972.
500 Do.
610 April 1972.
800 May 1972.
625 August 1972.
650 December 1972.
842 January 1973.
350 1972.
600 March 1972.
840 May 1972.
623 January 1973.

Louisville Gas & Electric Co.
Public Service Co. of Indiana.
Dayton Power & Light Co..
American Electric Power System.
Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co.
Allegheny Power System..
Columbus & Southern Ohio..
Central Illinois Light Co..
Commonwealth Edison Co..
Illinois Power Co...

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FOSSIL-FUELED STEAM GENERATING UNITS SCHEDULED FOR SERVICE FEBRUARY 1973 THROUGH

DECEMBER 1975 (300 MEGAWATTS OR MORE)

NPCC.

MAAC.

Do.

SERC..

Hartford Electric Light..

Middletown 4.
New England Power System.

Brayton Point 4.
Public Service of New Hampshire

Newington I..
Boston Edison Co..

Mystic 7
United Illumination Co.

Coke Works 1.
Canal Electric (NEGEA).

Canal 2..
Central Hudson.

Roseton 2
Consolidated Edison Co.

Astoria 6.
Orange & Rockland Utilities.

Bowline Point 2.
Niagara Mohawk...

Oswego 5.
Public Service Electric & Gas (New Jersey). Sewaren 7.

Sewaren 8.
Delaware Power & Light..

Edge Moor 5.
Pennsylvania Power & Light.

Montour 2.
Philadelphia Electric Co.

Eddystone 3

Eddystone 4.
Potomac Electric Power.

Chalk Paint..
VEPCO..

Mountain Storm 3.

Yorktown 3.
Kentucky Utilities Co.

Ghent 1.
Tennessee Valley Authority.

Cumberland 2.
Carolina Power & Light Co.

Roxboro 3.
Duke Power Co.

Belews Creek 1.

Belews Creek 2.
South Carolina Electric & Gas..

Williams 1..
South Carolina Public Service Authority Georgetown 1.
Georgia Power Co...

Yates 6.
Yates 7
Bowen 3.

Bowen 4.
Gulf Power Co..

Crist 7
Mississippi Power Co.

Watson 5.
Southern Electric Generating Co.

Gaston 5.
Florida Power Corp.

Antclote 1

Antclote 2.
Florida Power & Light Co..

375 June 1973.
437 December 1973.
400 June 1974.
600 November 1974,
400 May 1975.
515 July 1975.
572 May 1973.
800 March 1974.
621 June 1974.
823 October 1974.
378 April 1973.
400 October 1974,
378 May 1973.
806
400 April 1973.
400 June 1975.
630 May 1974.
555 March 1973.
845 March 1974.

510 May 1974.
1, 300 April 1973.

720 Do. 1, 080 May 1974. 1, 080 May 1975. 611 May 1973. 315 December 1974. 404 May 1974, 404 Do. 952 Do. 952 May 1975. 578 May 1973 578 Do. 952 May 1974. 515 April 1974. 515 April 1975. 789 January 1974. 789 January 1975. 445 February 1973. 445 March 1975. 317 June 1973. 500 March 1974. 650 October 1973.

Port Mantee.

Unlocated
Tampa Electric Co.

Big Bend 2

Big Bend 3.
Orlando Utility Commission.

Indian River 3.
Jacksonville Electric Authority.

Northside 3
..Allegheny Power System.

Harrison 2.

Harrison 3
American Electric Paper System..

Amos 3.
Gavin 1.

Gavin 2.
Dayton Power & Light.

Stuart 4
Pennsylvania Power.

Mansfield 1.
Union Electric Co.

Labadie 4.

Rusk Island 1.
Illinois Power Co.

Baldwin 3
Wisconsin Power & Light Co.

Columbia.

650 May 1975. 1, 300 October 1973. 1, 300 October 1974. 1, 3C0 October 1975.

610 April 1974. 800 April 1975. 555 May 1973. 600 May 1975. 623 May 1975. 527 March 1975.

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DECEMBER 1975 (300 MEGAWATTS OR MORE)-Continued

Reliability council region

Scheduled Mega- commercial watts operation date

Utility

Unit

SWPP.

ERCOT

..Louisiana Power & Light Co..

Mine Mile Point 5..
Waterford 1..

Waterford 2.
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co..

Seminole 2.

Seminole 3.
Kansas City Power & Light Co..

La Cygne 1.
Gulf States Utilities Co..

Sabine 4..
Willow Glen 5.

Nelson 5.
Public Service of Oklahoma.

Riverside 1.
Mississippi Power & Light Co.

Andras 1.
Southwestern Electric Power Co.

Knox Lee 5.
Central Louisiana Electric Co.

"X"
Houston Light & Power Co..

Robinson 4.

Cedar Bayou 3.
Texas Electric Service Co..

Permian Basin 6.

Handley 4.
Dallas Power & Light Co.

Lake Hubbard 2.
Texas Utilities Co.

Monticello 1.

Monticello 2.
Central Power & Light Co.

Davis 2.
City of San Antonio

Sommers 2.
Texas Power & Light Co.

De Cordova 1
Minnesota Power & Light Co.

Boswell.
Basin Electric Power Co-op.

Leland Olds.
Otter Tail Power Co.

Big Stone..
Public Service Co. of New Mexico..

San Juan 2
Idaho Power Co, and Pacific Power & Light Jim Bridger 1

Co.
Pacific Power & Light Co.

Jim Bridger 2.
Public Service of Colorado.

Comanche 1.
Utah Power & Light Co..

Huntington Canyon 1..
Montana Power Co.

Unknown 1.
Southern California Edison Co.

Ormond Beach 2.
Huntington Beach 6.

Huntington Beach 7.
Los Angeles D. W. & P.

Scattergood 3.
Salt River Project.

Navajo 1.
Navajo 2.

750 March 1973.
430 January 1974.
430 January 1975.
567 February 1973.
550 February 1975.
840 April 1973.
580 September 1973.
575 November 1974.
750 November 1975.
450 May 1974.
781 December 1974.
345 February 1974.
430 January 1975.
765 November 1973.
750 November 1975.
536 November 1973.
375 December 1975.
526 November 1973.
593 December 1974.
593 December 1975.
325 March 1974.
430 January 1974.
799 February 1975.
350 May 1973.
460 September 1975.
400 May 1975.
370 June 1973.
500 June 1974.

MARCA

WSCC.

500 September 1975.
350 January 1974.
430 June 1974.
350 June 1975.
755 June 1973.
755
755
460 October 1974.
750 June 1974.
750 June 1975.

APPENDIX C
ELECTRIC LOAD-SUPPLY SITUATION, SUMMER 1972 AND WINTER 1972-73

(Based on Reliability Council Estimates—June 1971)

Planned Projected capability peakload (megawatts) (megawatts)

Reserve margin

Percent Megawatts of peak

Reliability council region

Summer 1972:

NPCC.
MAAC
SERC.
ECAR.
MAIN
SWPP
ERCOT.
MARCA.

WSCC.
Winter 1972-73:

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NPCC. MAAC SERC ECAR. MAIN SWPP ERCOT MARCA WSCC

57, 862 35, 310 78, 757 61, 460 35, 345 32, 217 25, 994 15, 024 76, 098

45, 426 25, 445 63, 966 48, 505 23, 777 20, 884 13, 495 11, 608 63, 323

12, 436

9, 865 14, 791 12, 955 11, 568 11,333 12, 499

3, 416 12,775

27.4 38. 8 23. 1 86. 7 48. 7 54. 3 92. 6 29.4 20. 2

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