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A market participant cannot share records that are not available to the public. This includes any past, current, or future price and quantity offer made to the power pool or for any service necessary to support the transmission of electric power from seller to purchaser.
The Fair, Efficient and Open Competition Regulation that restricts the sharing of records also allows for exceptions that allow for preferential sharing of records in some circumstances. The regulation (in Section 3(2)) also allows the Commission to approve preferential record sharing requests.
If you require any assistance with filing your application or with finding active and historic applications in the eFiling System please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-592-4500.