AEPCO would address these issues in the development of the ECS Plan. As mentioned in the response to question number 1, during AEPCO’s financial forecast presentation to the Board of Directors in January, 2014, the possibility of an ECAR Surcharge based upon MATS mercury control costs and SNCR chemical costs was discussed. These costs range from $2.6 million per year in 2016, $5.1 million per year in 2017, and $4.6 million per year in the 2018 to 2020 timeframe.
AEPCO ECAR Filing FAQ How does AEPCO plan to use the ECAR to recover MATS Chemical Costs? Is it just for cost recovery until the ST2 conversion, what is the total dollars ($7.5 million)? What period of time is the recovery over, 5 years, 10 years? Can AEPCO provide an example?