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2014-10-09 Docket No. EL14-103-000

The NERC Rules contain detailed substantive and procedural requirements that govern this process and provide for appeals. MISO is not aware of any irregularities during these processes and has no grounds to challenge or seek further approvals for their outcomes. MISO's obligation to file "rates, terms and conditions of service" pursuant to Section 205 does not require otherwise.
s SSR cost allocation procedures are not just and reasonable. The Mines have failed to comply with the procedural requirements applicable to complaints. VI. CONCLUSION WHEREFORE, the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc., respectfully requests that the Commission: (1) deny the relief sought by the Mines, or (2) to the extent the Commission finds that the Mines'
(7) MISO denies that any of the Mines' proposed procedures listed in Paragraph 49 of the Complaint are required to be included in the MISO Tariff or that the lack of these procedures renders the MISO Tariff unjust and unreasonable; MISO further denies that these procedures are just and reasonable.
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2012-11-28 Docket No. ER13-470-000

6 of the Tariff to address requirements found in both Modules E and E-1. 3 Section 1.580 of the Tariff defines Resource Adequacy Requirements as "[t]he planning reserve procedures and requirements in Module E of this Tariff and the Business Practices Manual for Resource Adequacy that ensure there are adequate Planning Resources available to enable LSEs to reliably serve Load.
inequitably cause LSEs that had met their Planning Resource Margin Requirements to shed load during an Emergency, because during Emergency operations MISO's approved procedures require it to shed load regardless of whether an LSE is a Carved-Out GFA or not.10 II. STAKEHOLDER PROCESS MISO has discussed the need for subject filing with stakeholders at Supply Adequacy Working Group ("SAWG"
580 Resource Adequacy Requirements (RAR): Version: 10.0.0 Effective: 7/28/20101/28/2013 The planning reserve procedures and requirements in Modules E and E-1 of this Tariff and the Business Practices Manual for Resource Adequacy that ensure there are adequate Planning Resources available to enable LSEs to reliably serve Load.
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20151013 PSC Item 04 BPM-020-r13 Transmission Planning_DRAFT Clean

transmission expansion planning is also the process used by MISO and the Transmission Owners to i) comply with state and local planning requirements; ii) comply with the Transmission Owner's own planning criteria; iii) and address requirements or needs related to local issues (e.g., requirement to relocate existing transmission facilities, etc.), operational and safety issues (e.
ratings of generating resources Emergency operating procedures for maintaining system reliability Transmission capacity and transfer capabilities of the interconnected Transmission System A Local Reliability Requirement (LRR) is established for each Local Resource Zone (LRZ) through these LOLE studies to determine the UCAP MWs required to yield a 0.
each Transmission Owner engages in local system planning in order to carry out its responsibility for meeting its respective transmission needs in collaboration with MISO and subject to the requirements of applicable state law or regulatory authority. In meeting its responsibilities under the ISO Agreement, the Transmission Owners may,
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20160316 PAC Item 02a BPM-020-r13 Transmission Planning DRAFT Redline

transmission expansion planning is also the process used by MISO and the Transmission Owners to i) comply with state and local planning requirements; ii) comply with the Transmission Owner's own planning criteria; iii) and address requirements or needs related to local issues (e.g., requirement to relocate existing transmission facilities, etc.), operational and safety issues (e.
ratings of generating resources Emergency operating procedures for maintaining system reliability Transmission capacity and transfer capabilities of the interconnected Transmission System A Local Reliability Requirement (LRR) is established for each Local Resource Zone (LRZ) through these LOLE studies to determine the UCAP MWs required to yield a 0.
generating resources Emergency operating procedures for maintaining system reliability Transmission capacity and transfer capabilities of the interconnected Transmission System A Local Reliability Requirement (LRR) is established for each Local Resource Zone (LRZ) through these LOLE studies to determine the UCAP MWs (where UCAP = Unforced Capacity Value) required to yield a 0.
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20151013 PSC Item 04 BPM-020-r13 Transmission Planning_DRAFT Redline

transmission expansion planning is also the process used by MISO and the Transmission Owners to i) comply with state and local planning requirements; ii) comply with the Transmission Owner's own planning criteria; iii) and address requirements or needs related to local issues (e.g., requirement to relocate existing transmission facilities, etc.), operational and safety issues (e.
ratings of generating resources Emergency operating procedures for maintaining system reliability Transmission capacity and transfer capabilities of the interconnected Transmission System A Local Reliability Requirement (LRR) is established for each Local Resource Zone (LRZ) through these LOLE studies to determine the UCAP MWs required to yield a 0.
compliance with local reliability standards and requirements when applicable, iii) compliance with Transmission Owner standards if applicable, iv) compliance with applicable state and Transmission Planning Business Practices Manual BPM-020-r123 Effective Date: TBDAPRIL-28-2015 Page 21 of 257 OPS-12 Public federal laws and v) compliance with applicable regulatory mandates and obligations,
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2012-06-25 Docket No. EL12-35-000

Up Procedures require the Forward-looking 16 Transmission Owners to provide their customers with "projected [Attachment O] net revenue 17 requirement, including information in workpapers regarding projected costs of plant in 18 forecasted rate base, expected construction schedules and in-service dates, load and resultant 19 rates incorporating a True-
In order to utilize a Forward-looking Formula 12 Rate, the Transmission Owner is required to make a filing with FERC, requesting FERC's 13 approval for incentives in order to utilize projected data in developing its annual revenue 14 requirement and establishing an Attachment O Annual Rate Calculation and True-Up Procedure.
looking Transmission Owner uses projected data and has a true-up procedure which allows it to recover the revenue requirement that it is entitled to recover. 15 These dates are from Attachment O - NSP ("Annual Rate Calculation and True-Up Procedures") and represent typical dates. Attachment O is available at the following hyperlink: https://www.
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2012-06-22 Docket No. EL12-35-000

requirement and establishing an Attachment O Annual Rate Calculation and True-Up Procedure. 4 Generally, the Annual Rate Calculation and True-Up Procedures require the Forward-looking 5 Transmission Owners to provide their customers with "projected [Attachment O] net revenue 6 requirement, including information in workpapers regarding projected costs of plant in 7 forecasted rate
each Forward-looking Transmission Owner uses projected data and has a true-up procedure which allows it to recover the revenue requirement that it is entitled to recover. 9 looking Formula Rates, MISO uses a similar process, but also incorporates the procedure for each Forward-looking Formula Rate that is provided in the Tariff.
up procedure which allows it to recover the revenue requirement that it is entitled to recover. 11 Rate, the Transmission Owner is required to m 1 ake a filing with FERC, requesting FERC's 2 approval for incentives in order to utilize projected data in developing its annual revenue 3 requirement and establishing an Attachment O Annual Rate Calculation and True-
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Queue Process FAQs

Transmission Access is one part of the overall project work, and the reformed interconnection procedure requires milestones indicating that progress is being made in other areas of the development plan, too. We currently have projects in the MISO queue. Can we amend our projects in the MISO queue to connect to GPE or any other FLIP at a later date?
company letterhead signed by an officer of the company will be required. The letter should state that the existing site is sufficient to accommodate the new unit(s) and additional land is not required for the project. Such letter should be accompanied by a map of the site showing the location of the existing units and the proposed location of the new unit(s) to be added to the site.
Midwest ISO also requires a document signed by a company executive that states that all of the listed agreements are on file in their entirety, all referenced land is within the proposed project boundaries and those agreements constitute 50% (or more) ownership of the project's total site.
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20130815 ENGCTF Item 06 Supplemental Issues Related to Resource Adequacy

s Emergency Operating Procedures require that firm load be shed, on a pro rata basis, over the entire energy deficient area. Thus, outages of gas fired generators that are accredited as a planning resource may impact stakeholders other than the generator owner. The penalty for a forced outage during a capacity emergency event associated with capacity accreditation is small (
Requires immediate removal of a unit from service, another Outage State or a Reserve Shutdown state; usually results from immediate mechanical/electrical/hydraulic control systems trips and operator initiated trips in response to unit alarms Unplanned (Forced) Outage - U2 Requires removal of unit from the in service state within 6 6IEEE Standard Definitions for Use in Reporting Electric
Postponed U3 Requires removal of unit from the in service state before the end of the next weekend Outages that are beyond the control of plant operators are termed Outside Management Control (OMC). A full listing of events that are considered OMC can be found in Appendix K of the GADS Data Reporting Instructions - January 2012 document,
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20131010 ENGCTF Item 06 Issue Summary Resource Adequacy,pdf

s Emergency Operating Procedures require that firm load be shed, on a pro rata basis, over the entire energy-deficient area. Thus, outages of gas-fired generators that are accredited as a planning resource may impact stakeholders other than the generator owner. The penalty for a forced outage during a capacity emergency event associated with capacity accreditation is small (
initiated trips in response to unit alarms Unplanned (Forced) Outage - Delayed U2 Requires removal of unit from the in-service state within 6 hours Unplanned (Forced) Outage - Postponed U3 Requires removal of unit from the in-service state before the end of the next weekend Outages that are beyond the control of plant operators are termed Outside Management Control (OMC).
Immediate U1 Requires immediate removal of a unit from service, another Outage State or a Reserve Shutdown state; usually results from immediate mechanical/electrical/hydraulic control systems 6IEEE Standard Definitions for Use in Reporting Electric Generating Unit Reliability, Availability, and Productivity, available: http://www.
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20131211 AC Item 02 ENGCTF Issue Summary Paper - Resource Adequacy

s Emergency Operating Procedures require that firm load be shed, on a pro rata basis, over the entire energy-deficient area. Thus, outages of gas-fired generators that are accredited as a planning resource may impact stakeholders other than the generator owner. The penalty for a forced outage during a capacity emergency event associated with capacity accreditation is small (
initiated trips in response to unit alarms Unplanned (Forced) Outage - Delayed U2 Requires removal of unit from the in-service state within 6 hours Unplanned (Forced) Outage - Postponed U3 Requires removal of unit from the in-service state before the end of the next weekend Outages that are beyond the control of plant operators are termed Outside Management Control (OMC).
Immediate U1 Requires immediate removal of a unit from service, another Outage State or a Reserve Shutdown state; usually results from immediate mechanical/electrical/hydraulic control systems 6IEEE Standard Definitions for Use in Reporting Electric Generating Unit Reliability, Availability, and Productivity, available: http://www.
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20170316 RECBWG Item 04 Lack of Clear Procedures BPM-020 Section 7_Redline

Efficiency Projecttransmission project will be determined as the sum of the WFNL valuesAPC savings for each Local Resource Zone. The total project benefit will be determined by calculating the present value of annual benefits for the multiple future scenarios and multi-year evaluations. Trend p = 0.7 Forecast Energy Requirement Low p = Trend High p = Production Cost $650M, p = 0.
purpose of the MVP is to enable cost sharing of projects that are regional in nature and developed to enable compliance with public policy requirements, which include state and federal laws and regulations, and/or to provide economic value, defined as the difference between financially quantifiable benefits related to the provision of transmission service and the project costs. 7.
through state or federal legislation or regulatory requirements that directly or indirectly govern the minimum or maximum amount of energy that can be generated by specific types of generation. The MVP must be shown to enable the Transmission System to deliver such energy in a manner that is more reliable and/or more economic than it otherwise would be without the transmission upgrade.
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DRAFT BPM-029 Minimum Project Requirements for Competitive Transmission Projects_Redline

Competitive Transmission Line Additional Design Requirements As stated in the tariff, each Competitive Transmission Line Facility must be designed and constructed to satisfy all relevant federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and codes including the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC);
state, or local laws, regulations, or codes (including the National Electrical Safety Code) governing the engineering, design, construction, and Minimum Project Requirements for Competitive Transmission Projects Business Practices Manual BPM-029-r12 Effective Date: JANMAY-01-2017 Page 9 of 79 OPS-12 Public maintenance of electric transmission facilities;
ensure applicable state code, local code, and National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) clearance requirements are satisfied when operating at this temperature. 2.9. Maximum Power Transfer Limit The maximum amount of electrical power that can be theoretically transferred across a specific Transmission Circuit given the Transmission Circuit series reactance and assuming the sending-
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DRAFT BPM-029 Minimum Project Requirements for Competitive Transmission Projects_Clean

Competitive Transmission Line Additional Design Requirements As stated in the tariff, each Competitive Transmission Line Facility must be designed and constructed to satisfy all relevant federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and codes including the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC);
state, or local laws, regulations, or codes (including the National Electrical Safety Code) governing the engineering, design, construction, and Minimum Project Requirements for Competitive Transmission Projects Business Practices Manual BPM-029-r2 Effective Date: MAY-01-2017 Page 9 of 78 OPS-12 Public maintenance of electric transmission facilities;
ensure applicable state code, local code, and National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) clearance requirements are satisfied when operating at this temperature. 2.9. Maximum Power Transfer Limit The maximum amount of electrical power that can be theoretically transferred across a specific Transmission Circuit given the Transmission Circuit series reactance and assuming the sending-
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Local Security Administrator Policy

Local Security Administrator (LSA) Policy CS-PL-001-r11 Effective Date: SEP-01-2017 Page 1 of 14 ADM-01 Public 1 Purpose This document provides the reader with information related to the Local Security Administrator (LSA) role and its relationship to MISO Market Systems.
Local Balancing Authority LSA: Local Security Administrator MECT: Module E Capacity Tracking MP: Market Participant Non-MP: Non-Market Participant PGDA: Phasor Grid Dynamics Analyzer PSS: Physical Scheduling Software SO: Security Officer TO: Transmission Owner VCA: Voluntary Capacity Auction Local Security Administrator (
Local Security Administrator (LSA) User Guide for more detail. Local Security Administrator (LSA) Policy CS-PL-001-r11 Effective Date: SEP-01-2017 Page 4 of 14 ADM-01 Public 5.2 LSA Registration, Certification, and Production Process This section describes the process of registering the LSA for a given entity and obtaining certification that the individual designated as the LSA is
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20160315 MDRTT BPM-029 Minimum Project Requirements for Competitive Transmission Projects

Competitive Transmission Line High-Level Design Requirements As stated in the tariff, each Competitive Transmission Line Facility must be designed and constructed to satisfy all relevant federal, state, and local laws, regulations,, and codes including the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC);
state, or local laws, regulations, or codes (including the National Electrical Safety Code) governing the engineering, design, and construction of electric Minimum Project Requirements for Competitive Transmission Projects Business Practices Manual BPM-029 Effective Date: JAN-01-2016 Page 9 of 61 OPS-12 Public transmission facilities;
ensure applicable state code, local code, and National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) clearance requirements are satisfied when operating at this temperature. 2.8. Maximum Power Transfer Limit The maximum amount of electrical power that can be theoretically transferred across a specific Transmission Circuit given the Transmission Circuit series reactance and assuming the sending-
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DRAFT BPM-011 Resource Adequacy

Testing Procedures and Requirements ............................................................................. 108 8.1. Generator Real Power Verification Testing Procedures ............................................. 108 9. Appendices ..........
Testing Procedures and Requirements ....................................................................... 114112 8.1. Generator Real Power Verification Testing Procedures ....................................... 114112 9. Appendices ................
Testing Procedures and Requirements ............................................................................. 107 8.1. Generator Real Power Verification Testing Procedures ............................................. 107 9. Appendices ..........
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2015-07-31 Docket Nos. ER13-948; ER14-649; ER14-1645; EL14-19

Template consistent with these Annual Update Procedures, and that it followed the applicable requirements and procedures in the Transmission Formula Rate Template. Nothing herein is intended to alter the burdens applied by FERC with respect to prudence challenges. If a Formal Challenge relates to a change in the ratemaking treatment of costs associated with an Accounting Change,
frame required by this Procedure will not be eligible for Section 30.9 credits. No deviation from the Attachment O template will be permitted. 2. The NITS customer will include in their Attachment O only the integrated transmission facilities and associated costs of those integrated transmission facilities that satisfy applicable MISO criteria for integrated transmission facilities.
13 Franchise Tax-Local --263.17.i 1.14 State & Local Use --263.18.i 1.15 Non Income Taxes --263.19.i 1.16 Entergy Services, Inc. 408110 Employment Taxes (Ln 4) --Note (7) 1.17 Entergy Services, Inc. 408122 Excise Tax-State (Ln 4) --Note (7) 1.18 Entergy Services, Inc.
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20130808 SAWG Item 05 Module E-1 Draft Changes

Local Resource Zone Peak Demand requirements on the Transmission System. These requirements recognize and are complementary to the reliability mechanisms of the states and the Regional Entities (RE) within the Transmission Provider Region. Nothing in this Module E-1 affects existing state jurisdiction over the construction of additional capacity or the authority of states to set
right physical locations within the Transmission Provider Region to reliably meet Demand and LOLE requirements. The geographic boundaries of each of the LRZs will be based upon analysis that considers: (1) the electrical boundaries of Local Balancing Authorities; (2) state boundaries; (3) the relative strength of transmission interconnections between Local Balancing Authorities;
5 Establishment of Local Reliability Requirement Version: 0.0.0 Effective: 10/1/2012 Establishment of Local Reliability Requirement By November 1st prior to a Planning Year, the Transmission Provider will establish a Local Reliability Requirement (LRR) metric for each LRZ to determine the quantity of Unforced Capacity needed such that the LRZ would achieve an LOLE of 0.
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2016-02-18 Docket No. ER16-967-000

frame required by this Procedure will not be eligible for Section 30.9 credits. No deviation from the Attachment O template will be permitted. 2. The NITS customer will include in their Attachment O only the integrated transmission facilities and associated costs of those integrated transmission facilities that satisfy applicable MISO criteria for integrated transmission facilities.
s in proportion to their annual prorata share of the total NUC revenue requirement as determined under Attachment GG. TAB C MISO ATTACHMENT WW FERC Electric Tariff Map of MEP Local Resource Zone Boundaries ATTACHMENTS 32.0.0, 33.0.0 Effective On: September 1, 2016 Map of MEP Local Resource Zone Boundaries Local Resource Zone pricing zone(s) 1 DPC, GRE, MDU, MP, NSP, OTP,
14 Franchise Tax-Local --1.15 State Excise Tax --1.16 Non Income Taxes --1.17 Payroll Loading --1.18 Entergy Services, Inc. 408110 Employment Taxes (Ln 4) --1.19 Entergy Services, Inc. 408122 Excise Tax-State (Ln 4) --1.20 Entergy Services, Inc. 408123 Excise Tax Federal (Ln 4) --1.
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2014-06-30 147 FERC 61,268 Docket Nos. ER12-678-001; -002; -003 and EL14-58-000

Local BAA or other interested party.60 41. Midwest TDUs also argue that MISO has not complied with the requirement to make the study process open and transparent. Midwest TDUs state that MISO was ordered to modify the Tariff to allow Local BAAs and other interested stakeholders to participate in the study process and to clarify in the Tariff that the study assumptions and results
requirements of generators providing reactive power under Schedule 2, Reactive Supply and Voltage Control Service, of the MISO Tariff. 17 WPPI states that the central premise of MISO's proposal to allocate the costs of VLR RSG to Local BAAs was that voltage and "local" reliability issues are limited in geographical scope and that costs should be allocated to the customers that cause
which can only exist in one [Local BAA] Area under current business practices and system capabilities." 34 MISO stated that allocating costs to load based on that load's physical location "would require significant investment in technical infrastructure for MISO and Market Participants to submit another set of billable meter data.
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20160316 PAC Item 05a DRAFT BPM 027 - REDLINE

Regulatory Permitting The Proposal shall include a detailed description of current or planned capabilities, resources, policies, procedures, methods, and business practices that will be used to obtain required permits from federal and applicable state and local permitting authorities and/or regulatory commissions to construct and operate the Competitive Transmission Facilities.
1 "State or Local Rights of First Refusal", and Attachment FF $VIII.A.2 "Upgrades to Existing Transmission Facilities". 8 Pursuant to the MISO Tariff in Attachment FF $VIII.A.1 "State or Local Rights of First Refusal" 9 Pursuant to the MISO Tariff in Attachment FF $VIII.
1 "State or Local Rights of First Refusal", and Attachment FF $VIII.A.2 "Upgrades to Existing Transmission Facilities" 12 Pursuant to the MISO Tariff in Attachment FF $VIII.A.1 "State or Local Rights of First Refusal" 13 Pursuant to the MISO Tariff in Attachment FF $VIII.
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2017-01-23 Docket No. ER17-827-000

05 State Income Taxes --1.06 State Unemployment --1.07 Capital Stock Franchise --1.08 Regulatory commission --1.09 Use Tax --1.10 Gross Receipts & Sales Tax --1.11 Street Rental --1.12 Ad Valorem Tax --1.13 Franchise Tax-Local --1.14 State Excise Tax --1.
14 Franchise Tax-Local --1.15 State Excise Tax --1.16 Non Income Taxes --1.17 Payroll Loading --1.18 Entergy Services, Inc. 408110 Employment Taxes (Ln 4) --1.19 Entergy Services, Inc. 408122 Excise Tax-State (Ln 4) --1.20 Entergy Services, Inc. 408123 Excise Tax Federal (Ln 4) --1.
408152 Franchise Tax State (Ln 4) --1.23 Entergy Services, Inc. 408165 City Occupation Tax (Ln 4) --1.24 Entergy Services, Inc. 408155 Franchise Tax-Misc (Ln 4) --1.25 Entergy Services, Inc. Income Taxes --1.26 Pipeline Safety Inspect Fee --1.27 State and Local Use Taxes --1.
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2017-06-08 Docket No. ER17-1777-000

10190162 Property Ins Reserve-State----Reserve for Property insurance -a book accrual.11.11190163 Capitalized Repairs -Fed----Property O&M repair costs for book required to be depreciated for tax.11.12190164 Capitalized Repairs -State----Property O&M repair costs for book required to be depreciated for tax.
012190162 Property Ins Reserve-State----Reserve for Property insurance -a book accrual.11.013190163 Capitalized Repairs -Fed----Property O&M repair costs for book required to be depreciated for tax.11.014190164 Capitalized Repairs -State----Property O&M repair costs for book required to be depreciated for tax.
07190162 Property Ins Reserve-State----Reserve for Property insurance -a book accrual.11.08190163 Capitalized Repairs -Fed----Property O&M repair costs for book required to be depreciated for tax.11.09190164 Capitalized Repairs -State----Property O&M repair costs for book required to be depreciated for tax.
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20130717 LOLEWG Item 07b Draft BPM-011-r12 Resource Adequacy Redline

Testing Procedures and Requirements _____________________________ 8-38-38-103 8.1 Generator Real Power Verification Testing Procedures ___________________ 8-38-38-103 8.2 Midwest Reliability Organization -MRO Error! Bookmark not defined.Error! Bookmark not defined.
Testing Procedures and Requirements 8.1 Generator Real Power Verification Testing Procedures MISO has developed generator test standards as documented in Appendix J will apply for Planning Years (2011-2012) and beyond. Resource Adequacy Business Practice Manual BPM-011-r11 effective date: OCT-1-2012 Page 1 of 169 OPS-12 PUBLIC Appendices Appendix A -
2 Establishment of Local Reliability Requirement Each LRZ's Local Reliability Requirement (LRR) is the amount of UCAP MWs required to yield a 0.1-dayper-year LOLE, without assistance from resources outside the respective zone at the load level for the LRZ at the time of the MISO system peak.
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