Archive of ADR matters including those on appeal, closed and decisions from previous arbitration proceedings.
The ISO enters into agreements with market participants to define the rates, terms and conditions of service that are administered by the ISO in accordance with our tariff. The references below include standard forms of agreement as well others that generally are specifically negotiated, such as the transmission control agreement.
Closed mattersFind previous matters that are now closed.
10/30/00 Southern Cities MatterFor additional information, please see FERC Docket No. EL03-54-00
10/5/00 Pacific Gas and Electric Company MatterPer Section 126.96.36.199 of the ISO Tariff, notice is hereby given that the ISO appeals from the Final Order and Award entered in this proceeding on December 13, 2001.
NOTICE: In AAA Case No 71 198 00711 00 (PG&E v. CAISO) the arbitrator has, today, rendered his "Final Order and Award". His award granted the PG&E claim and denied the ISO counter-claim.
For additional information, please see FERC Docket No. EL02-45
7/6/01 San Diego Gas and Electric Company MatterNOTICE: In AAA Case No. 71 Y 198 00420 1 (SDG&E v. CAISO) the Arbitrator has, on October 23, 2003, rendered his final order and award in favor of SDG&E. For additional information, please see FERC Docket No. EL04-24.
6/10/04 Pacific Gas and Electric Company MatterNOTICE: In AAA Case No. 74 198 Y 00625 04 (PG&E v. CAISO), the Arbitrator has, on September 30, 2005, rendered his "Final Award and Decision" in favor of PG&E. Both parties appealed the Final Award and Decision. For additional information, please see FERC Docket No. EL06-10 and EL06-11.
07/20/04 California Department of Water Resources Matter
SMUD Dispute Matter
ADR- Reliant Dispute 1999
PacifiCorp Matter Concerning McCullough Branch Group Usage Charges -- 6/23/02 through 7/9/02
Ramco, Inc. Matters
Williams Energy Marketing and Trading Co.
Decisions from previous arbitration proceedings
The tariff provides that, except in a "baseball" style arbitration, "the arbitrator shall issue a written decision granting the relief requested by one of the parties, or such other remedy as is appropriate, if any, and shall include findings of fact and law. . . . A summary of the disputed matter and the arbitrator's decision shall be published in an ISO newsletter or other electronic bulletin board . . . ." 188.8.131.52