Staff of the Public Utilities Commission of Texas is seeking guidance on two new major issues. First, it wants guidance on whether the use of the term “on-site” in the current DG rule is meant to exclude from the rule a generator that is not “on-site.” (If so, there are not rules that would apply to interconnection of that type of generation). Second, it seeks guidance on whether the 10-MW cap in the existing DG rule should be increased or eliminated. (Currently, there is no rule addressing interconnection of a generation facility greater than 10 MW at distribution voltage). Specifically, Staff suggested that the PUCT can: (1) decide the issues in an existing rulemaking, (2) direct Staff to gather more information regarding these issues in a new docket, or (3) not address the issues at this time, reserving the option to address the issues in the future.