Dockets

Docket Number: NEPR-MI-2020-0016
In Re: Optimization Proceeding of Minigrid Transmission and Distribution Investments
Available files: 49
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Motion to Submit LUMA Streetlighting Manual in Attention to Energy Bureau’s Resolution and order of May 11, 2023, and Request for Energy Bureau Action Towards Repeal of Obsolete PREPA Regulations on the Subject Subject: Exhibit 1- Street Lighting System Design and Construction Manual V-3 10.9.23 fin (1)MI-2020-0016 November/15/2023 2023/11/15 File
Motion to Submit LUMA Streetlighting Manual in Attention to Energy Bureau’s Resolution and order of May 11, 2023, and Request for Energy Bureau Action Towards Repeal of Obsolete PREPA Regulations on the Subject Subject: Motion to Submit LUMA Streetlighting Manual in Attention to Energy Bureau’s Resolution and order of May 11, 2023, and Request for Energy Bureau Action Towards Repeal […] November/15/2023 2023/11/15 File
Notice of Withdrawal as Attorney of Record Subject: Notice of Withdrawal as Attorney of Record October/10/2023 2023/10/10 File
Informative Motion in Response to the Energy Bureau’s May 11, 2023 Order Subject: Informative Motion in Response to the Energy Bureau’s May 11, 2023 Order May/18/2023 2023/05/18 File
Informative Motion in Attention to Energy Bureau’s Resolution and Order of May 11, 2023 Subject: Informative Motion in Attention to Energy Bureau’s Resolution and Order of May 11, 2023 May/18/2023 2023/05/18 File
Resolution and Order Subject: Streetlighting Manual May/11/2023 2023/05/11 File
Notice of Withdrawal of Attorney of Record Subject: Notice of Withdrawal of Attorney of Record February/16/2023 2023/02/16 File
Resolution and Order Subject: Motion to Submit Final Design Criteria Codes and Standards for Streetlighting, Substations, Transmission, and Underground Distribution Construction August/06/2021 2021/08/06 File
IEEFA and CAMBIO’s Comments in Response to June 23rd Technical Workshop Subject: Comments in Response to June 23rd Technical Workshop July/12/2021 2021/07/12 File
PowerPoint Presentation – Resilience Optimization Proceeding Workshop #4 Subject: PowerPoint Presentation – Optimization Proceeding Workshop #4 June/22/2021 2021/06/22 File
Resolution Subject: June 2021 Technical Workshop. June/16/2021 2021/06/16 File
Motion to Submit Final Design Criteria Codes and Standards for Streetlighting, Substations, Transmission and Underground Distribution Construction Subject: Final Design Criteria Codes and Standards May/31/2021 2021/05/31 File
Resolution Subject: Technical Workshops May/05/2021 2021/05/05 File
Documento no encontrado. Subject: Reply to LUMA Energy and Request to Present at May 7 Technical Workshop April/30/2021 2021/04/30
Instituto de Competitividad y Sostenibilidad Econimica (ICSE) Energy Justice (EJ) Answers to PREB’s Questions Subject: Compliance with March 24, 2021 Resolution April/22/2021 2021/04/22 File
Motion Submitting Responses to Question for Stakeholder 1 Through 4, in Compliance with Resolution Dated March 24, 2021 Subject: LUMA’s Motion Submitting Responses to Questions for Stakeholders (Questions 1 through 4) April/21/2021 2021/04/21 File
Independent Consumer Protection Office Answer to Question (1-4) for Stakeholders Subject: Question for Stakeholders April/21/2021 2021/04/21 File
PREPA Responses in Compliance with the March 24, 2021 Resolution Subject: Compliance with March 24, 2021 Resolution April/21/2021 2021/04/21 File
CAMBIO and IEEFA Answers to Questions for Stakeholders Subject: Questions for Stakeholders April/14/2021 2021/04/14 File
Motion Submitting LUMA’s Recommendations and Responses to Questions to Stakeholder 5 Through 11, In Compliance with Resolution Date March 24, 2021 Subject: LUMA’s Motion Submitting Recommendations in Response to Questions to Stakeholders April/14/2021 2021/04/14 File
Independent Consumer Protection Office Answers to Questions (5-11) for Stakeholder Subject: Questions for Stakeholders April/14/2021 2021/04/14 File
PREPA’s Response in Compliance with the March 24, 2021 Resolution Subject: Compliance with March 24, 2021 Resolution April/14/2021 2021/04/14 File
Local Environmental Organization Answers to PREB’s Questions to Stakeholder Subject: Questions for Stakeholder April/14/2021 2021/04/14 File
Resolution Subject: April 22, 2021 Technical  Workshop April/09/2021 2021/04/09 File
Resolution Subject: Questions for Stakeholders March/24/2021 2021/03/24 File
CAMBIO – Presentation Workshop Distributed Energy Resource Integration Study Subject: Presentation offered by CAMBIO March/23/2021 2021/03/23 File
Motion Submitting Corrected Exhibit 1 to LUMA’s Motion Submitting Comments and Presentation for the Minigrid Optimization Technical Workshop of March 23, 2021 Subject: Motion Submitting Corrected Exhibit 1 to LUMA’s Motion of March 23, 2021 March/23/2021 2021/03/23 File
Motion Submitting LUMA’s Comments and Presentation for the Second Minigrid Optimization Technical Workshop of March 23, 2021 and Request for Leave to Offer Power Point Presentation in the March 23rd Technical Workshop Subject: Motion Submitting Comments and Presentation for the Minigrid Optimization Technical Workshop of March 23, 2021 March/23/2021 2021/03/23 File
March 23, 2021 Technical Workshop Presentation Subject: March 23, 2021 Technical Workshop Presentation   March/23/2021 2021/03/23 File
Public Comment CAMBIO & IEEFA Regarding Modeling and Optimization of Distributed Energy Resources Subject: Comment March/11/2021 2021/03/11 File
Notice of Appearance and Request for Notice Subject: Notice of Appearance and Request for Notice March/04/2021 2021/03/04 File
Motion Submitting LUMA’s Presentation Given at the Minigrid Optimization Technical Workshop of February 23, 2021 Subject: LUMA’s Presentation for the MInigrid Optimization Technical Workshop of February 23, 2021 March/03/2021 2021/03/03 File
Optimization Proceeding Workshop #2 February SJ-Bayamon Wires Subject: Optimization Proceeding Workshop #2 February SJ-Bayamon Wires February/23/2021 2021/02/23 File
Updated Response to Question 2 of Appendix B Subject: Response to Appendix B February/22/2021 2021/02/22 File
Resolution Subject: Schedule for Technical Workshops February/11/2021 2021/02/11 File
Optimization Proceeding Workshop #1 January-2021 PREB Slides Day 1 and Day 2- Combined Subject: Optimization Proceeding Workshop #1 January-2021 PREB Slides Day 1 and Day 2 (Combined) January/22/2021 2021/01/22 File
Optimization Proceeding Workshop #1 January-2021 PREB Slides Day 1 Subject: Optimization Proceeding Workshop #1 January-2021 PREB Slides Day 1 January/21/2021 2021/01/21 File
Motion Submitting Presentation Suring Workshop Held on January 21 2021 in Compliance with Bench Order Subject: Motion Submitting Presentation Projected on January 21,2021; 1st Technical Workshop January/21/2021 2021/01/21 File
Motion to Clarify Information Submitted on January 7, 2021 and to Reiterate Request for Confidential Treatment Subject: Response to Appendix B January/15/2021 2021/01/15 File
Re: Comentarios a Apéndices A y C de la Resolución y Orden Emitida el 22 de diciembre de 2020 en el Caso NEPR-MI-2020-0016 In Re: Optimization Proceeding of Minigrid Transmission and Distribution Investments Subject: Comentarios OIPC January/12/2021 2021/01/12 File
Initial Comments on Optimization of Resilience Investment in the San Juan -Bayamón Area Subject: Initial Comment (Comité Dialogo, El Puente, Enlace Latino, Alianza Comunitaria, Sierra Club, Coalicion de Organizaciones, Amigos del Río Guayama . CAMBIO) January/12/2021 2021/01/12 File
Presentation: 10-Year Infrastructure Plan Subject: Order for PREPA to file 10-Year Infrastructure Plan January/08/2021 2021/01/08 File
The Puerto Rico Power Authority’s Response to Appendix B the Resolution and Order Entered on December 22, 2020 Subject: Responses to Appendix B January/07/2021 2021/01/07 File
Request for Confidencial Designation and Supporting Memorandum of Law Subject: Order for PREPA ti file 10-Year Infrastructure Plan January/04/2021 2021/01/04 File
Motion in Compliance with Order Entered on December 30, 2020 Subject: Order for PREPA to file 10 Year Infrastructure Plan December/31/2020 2020/12/31 File
Resolution and Order Subject: Notice of Appearance December/30/2020 2020/12/30 File
Resolution and Order Subject: Order for PREPA to file 10-Year Infrastructure Plan December/30/2020 2020/12/30 File
Notice of Appearance and Request for Notice Subject: Notice of Appearance on behalf of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority December/27/2020 2020/12/27 File
Resolution and Order Subject: Resilience Optimization December/22/2020 2020/12/22 File

Antonio Torres-Miranda is presently an Associate Commissioner for the Energy Bureau of the Puerto Rico Public Service Regulatory Board (Energy Bureau). Previously, Mr. Torres had been the Director of the Legal Advisory Division of the Energy Bureau.

Mr. Torres has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Puerto Rico. He also has a master’s degree in engineering management from the Polytechnical University of Puerto Rico. In the 1990’s he passed the exam to be a Certified Energy Manager. He is presently a member of the Puerto Rico Professional College of Engineer and Land Surveyors.

Mr. Torres graduated with honors from the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico where he obtained his Juris Doctor degree. He is presently member of the bar of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and is a member of the U.S. District of Puerto Rico Federal bar.

He commenced his engineering work experience with the Department of Defense in a Naval base in Virginia were he designed industrial ventilation systems. He then went to New York to work with Kennetech Energy Management were he first commenced being immersed in the energy sector. He then transferred to Puerto Rico with Kennetech in which he conducted wind studies throughout the island together with U.S. Wind Power. He continued implementation of energy management systems in several industrial companies throughout Puerto Rico until Kennetech joined forces with Enron to develop the first privately owned power plant in Puerto Rico known as EcoElectrica. This 450 MW natural gas power plant included the development of the first LNG terminal in Puerto Rico.

He also worked as a contractor with the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority in the development of a 42 miles natural gas pipeline.

Before joining the Energy Bureau Mr. Torres developed several natural gas projects in Puerto Rico.

Ferdinand Ramos-Soegaard attained a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering (BSEE) graduating from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA in 2000. His degree specialized in power distribution and telecommunications systems.

Mr. Ramos-Soegaard is a licensed professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the state of Florida. Throughout his professional carrier Mr. Ramos has been involved in all aspects of the design, construction and maintenance of electrical distribution systems, including high voltage transmission lines and renewable energy interconnections to the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority subtransmission grid.

Sylvia B. Ugarte Araujo holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial and Systems Engineering from the University of Florida (1998). She studied at the Inter-American University of Puerto Rico School of Law (2004) and then obtained a Master of Laws from the Inter-American University of Puerto Rico (2019). Ms. Ugarte is admitted to the practice of law and notary by the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico (2004), the Federal Court for the District of Puerto Rico, for the First Circuit of Boston (2005), the Court of Appeals of the First Circuit (2005) and the Supreme Court of Texas (2018). She was Director of the Office of Legal Counsel of the Energy Bureau of the Public Service Regulatory Board and the Designated Director of the Office of Legal Counsel of the Public Service Regulatory Board. She has served as Legal Director of the Puerto Rico Infrastructure Financing Authority and has worked with renowned law firms. She has over fifteen (15) years of vast professional experience as a trial attorney with an emphasis on commercial and construction litigation and extensive experience in administrative law. Also, as an industrial engineer she has been a consultant for government agencies in charge of large projects and in private entities.

Lillian Mateo-Santos obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, in 1993 and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law in 1996. In 1999, she obtained a degree of Masters of Laws (LLM) in Environmental and Energy of the Tulane University Law School. Before joining the Puerto Rico Energy Bureau, Ms. Mateo-Santos was a member of various law firms. Her private practice was focused on energy, environmental, land use and permitting matters, including administrative law litigation.

On June 5, 2019, Ms. Mateo-Santos was elected 2nd Vice President of the Southeastern Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (SEARUC). She is a member of the American Bar Association and is admitted to practice law and notary law in Puerto Rico, and the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.

Edison Avilés-Deliz obtained his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with specialties in Power and Control Systems (BSEE) Cum Laude from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus in 1991 and a Juris Doctor (JD) also Cum Laude from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law in 1997. In addition, he holds Master degrees with Distinctions in Diplomacy/International Relations/Business (MA) from Norwich University in Vermont and in Energy Law from Vermont Law School (LLM).

Avilés-Deliz is a licensed engineer and member of the College of Engineers and Surveyors of Puerto Rico (CIAPR). He was president of the Disciplinary and Professional Ethics Tribunal of the CIAPR, of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of CIAPR and of the Society of Electrical Engineers of Puerto Rico. He is admitted to practice as a public notary in Puerto Rico and as a lawyer, both in the District Court of Puerto Rico and the Court of Appeals for the First Federal Circuit.

He is a member of Phi Eta Mu Fraternity, the Engineering Honor Society Tau Beta Pi, and the International Studies Honor Society Sigma Iota Rho. He is also a Senior member of the IEEE.

Antonio Torres-Miranda es actualmente Comisionado Asociado del Negociado de Energía de la Junta Reglamentadora de Servicios Públicos de Puerto Rico (Negociado de Energía). Anteriormente, el Sr. Torres había sido Director de la División de Asesoría Legal del Negociado de Energía.

El Sr. Torres tiene un bachillerato en ingeniería mecánica de la Universidad de Puerto Rico. También tiene una maestría en administración de ingeniería de la Universidad Politécnica de Puerto Rico. En la década de 1990 aprobó el examen para ser Gerente de Energía Certificado. Actualmente es miembro del Colegio de Ingenieros y Agrimensores de Puerto Rico.

El Sr. Torres se graduó con honores de la Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico donde obtuvo su título de Juris Doctor (JD). Actualmente es miembro del Colegio de Abogados del Estado de Puerto Rico y es miembro del Colegio de Abogados Federal del Distrito de Puerto Rico de los Estados Unidos.

Comenzó su experiencia laboral en ingeniería con el Departamento de Defensa en una base naval en Virginia donde diseñó sistemas de ventilación industrial. Luego se fue a Nueva York para trabajar con Kennetech Energy Management, donde comenzó a sumergirse en el sector energético. Luego se transfirió a Puerto Rico con Kennetech, donde realizó estudios eólicos en toda la isla U.S. Wind Power. Continuó con la implementación de sistemas de administración de energía en varias empresas industriales en todo Puerto Rico hasta que Kennetech unió fuerzas con Enron para desarrollar la primera planta de energía de propiedad privada en Puerto Rico conocida como EcoEléctrica. Esta planta de energía de gas natural de 450 MW incluyó el desarrollo de la primera terminal de GNL en Puerto Rico.

También trabajó como contratista con la Autoridad de Energía Eléctrica de Puerto Rico en el desarrollo de una tubería de gas natural de 42 millas.

Antes de unirse al Negociado de Energía, el Sr. Torres desarrolló varios proyectos de gas natural en Puerto Rico.

La Lcda. Sylvia B. Ugarte Araujo posee un Bachillerato en Ingeniería Industrial y de Sistemas de la Universidad de la Florida (1998). Estudió en la Escuela de Derecho de la Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico (2004) y luego obtuvo una Maestría en Derecho de la Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico (2019). La Lcda. Ugarte está admitida a la práctica de la abogacía y la notaría por el Tribunal Supremo de Puerto Rico (2004), al Tribunal Federal, Distrito de Puerto Rico, al Primer Circuito Federal de Boston (2005), al Tribunal de Apelaciones del Primer Circuito (2005) y al Tribunal Supremo de la jurisdicción del estado de Texas (2018). Fue Directora de la Oficina de Asesoramiento Legal del Negociado de Energía de la Junta Reglamentadora de Servicio Público y la Directora Designada de la Oficina de Asesoramiento Legal de la Junta Reglamentadora de Servicio Público. Ha ejercido como Directora Legal de la Autoridad para el Financiamiento de la Infraestructura de Puerto Rico y ha trabajado con bufetes de abogado de renombre. Tiene sobre quince (15) años de vasta experiencia profesional como abogada litigante con énfasis en litigio comercial y construcción y una amplia experiencia en derecho administrativo. Así también, como ingeniera industrial ha sido consultora para agencias gubernamentales encargadas de proyectos de envergadura y en entidades privadas.

Ferdinand A. Ramos-Soegaard obtuvo su Bachillerato en Ciencias en Ingeniería Eléctrica (BSEE, por sus siglas en inglés) del Georgia Institute of Technology en Atlanta, GA en el 2000, con especialidad en sistemas de distribución de potencia y telecomunicaciones.

Ramos-Soegaard es ingeniero licenciado en el Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico y en el Estado de Florida. A través de su carrera profesional, Ramos-Soegaard ha estado envuelto en todos los aspectos del diseño, construcción y mantenimiento de sistemas de distribución eléctrica, incluyendo líneas de transmisión de alto voltaje e interconexiones de sistemas de energía renovable a la red de subtransmisión de la Autoridad de Energía Eléctrica de Puerto Rico.

Lillian Mateo-Santos obtuvo su Bachillerato en Administración de Empresas de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras en 1993 y el grado de Juris Doctor de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Puerto Rico en 1996. En 1999 obtuvo una Maestría en Derecho (LLM) en Ambiental y Energía de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Tulane. Antes de formar parte del Negociado de Energía de Puerto Rico, la Lic. Mateo-Santos fue miembro de varios bufetes de abogados. Su práctica privada se enfocó en asuntos de energía, ambiental, uso de terrenos y permisos, incluyendo litigación de derecho administrativo.

El 5 de junio de 2019, la Lic. Mateo-Santos fue elegida 2nda Vice Presidenta del Southern Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (SEARUC). Es miembro de la American Bar Association y está admitida para ejercer como abogado y notario público en Puerto Rico, y en el Tribunal de Apelaciones para el Primer Circuito Federal.

Edison Avilés-Deliz obtuvo su bachillerato Cum Laude en Ingeniería Eléctrica con especialidades en Sistemas de Controles y Potencia (BSEE) de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Mayagüez en 1991 y un Juris Doctor (JD) también Cum Laude de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Puerto Rico en 1997. Además, ostenta maestrías con Distinciones en Diplomacia/Relaciones Internacionales/Negocios (MA) de la Universidad de Norwich en Vermont y en Derecho en Energía de la Universidad de Derecho de Vermont (LLM).

Avilés-Deliz es ingeniero licenciado y miembro del Colegio de Ingenieros y Agrimensores de Puerto Rico (CIAPR). Fue presidente del Tribunal Disciplinario y de Ética Profesional del CIAPR, del Instituto de Ingenieros Electricistas del CIAPR y de la Sociedad de Ingenieros Electricistas de Puerto Rico. Está admitido para ejercer como notario público en Puerto Rico y como abogado, tanto en el Tribunal de Distrito de Puerto Rico como el Tribunal de Apelaciones para el Primer Circuito Federal.

Pertenece a la fraternidad Phi Eta Mu, a la Sociedad de Honor de Ingeniería Tau Beta Pi, a la Sociedad de Honor de Estudios Internacionales Sigma Iota Rho. También es miembro senior de la IEEE.