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2016-09-22 156 FERC 61,215 Docket No. RM15-11-000

Requirement R6 states, in relevant part, that a thermal impact assessment should be conducted on the qualifying transformer based on the effective GIC flow information provided in Requirement R5. 60. In its June 28, 2016 filing, NERC states that it identified an error in Figure 1 (Upper Bound of Peak Metallic Hot Spot Temperatures Calculated Using the Benchmark GMD Event)
Requirement R4 states that each responsible entity "shall complete a GMD Vulnerability Assessment of the Near-Term Transmission Planning Horizon once every 60 calendar months." Requirement R4.2 further states that the "study or studies shall be conducted based on the benchmark GMD event described in Attachment 1 to determine whether the System meets the performance requirements in
The proposed implementation plan states that Requirement R1 shall become effective on the first day of the first calendar quarter that is six months after Commission approval. For Requirement R2, NERC proposes that the requirement shall become effective on the first day of the first calendar quarter that is 18 months after Commission approval.
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2016 EPPSR Drill Report Final

Day 1 ended with an opportunity for a local debriefing session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review the MISO Interconnection Checklist and interconnection requirements and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites. During the first day of the drills the initial system conditions (complete blackout)
opportunity to tie small internal islands using their local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the Restoration Tracking Forms and were compiled into overview maps accessed via the MISO Extranet.
is effective practice at utilizing blackstart operating procedures Winter scenario helped operators consider challenges that would not normally be faced during a restoration Operators were engaged in training activities Two-day format provided adequate time for activities and review of procedures Issues/Suggestions: Restoration tracking form needs work-missing facilities,
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20160607 EPPSRWG Item 03 Drill Report Draft

Day 1 ended with a review of load shed directive procedures as well as an opportunity for a local debrief session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review the MISO Interconnection Checklist and interconnection requirements and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites.
local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the ESID and the Restoration Tracking Forms were compiled into overview maps within ESID where available or accessed via the MISO Extranet for participants
Local preparation of workstations required Initial assessment period unrealistic Inconsistent publishing of information (LMS vs. Extranet) Use of coordinated simulator would be preferred Additional Interconnection Checklist examples would help clarify the guidelines Lack of participation from some members Suggestion that all members attempt an interconnection at the end
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20160810 EPPSRWG Item 02 2015 EPPPSR Drill Report

Day 1 ended with a review of load shed directive procedures as well as an opportunity for a local debrief session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review the MISO Interconnection Checklist and interconnection requirements and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites.
local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the ESID and the Restoration Tracking Forms were compiled into overview maps within ESID where available or accessed via the MISO Extranet for participants
Local preparation of workstations required Initial assessment period unrealistic Inconsistent publishing of information (LMS vs. Extranet) Use of coordinated simulator would be preferred Additional Interconnection Checklist examples would help clarify the guidelines Lack of participation from some members Suggestion that all members attempt an interconnection at the end
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20170215 EPPSRWG Item 02 2016 EP PSR Drill Report Draft

Day 1 ended with an opportunity for a local debrief session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review the MISO Interconnection Checklist and interconnection requirements and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites. During the first day of the drills the initial system conditions (complete blackout)
opportunity to tie small internal islands using their local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the Restoration Tracking Forms and were compiled into overview maps accessed via the MISO Extranet.
The drill is effective practice at utilizing blackstart operating procedures Winter scenario helped operators consider challenges that would not normally be faced during a restoration Operators were engaged in training activities Two-day format provided adequate time for activities and review of procedures Issues/Suggestions: Restoration tracking form needs work-missing facilities,
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20170517 EPPSRWG Item XX 2016 EP PSR Drill Report Final Draft

Day 1 ended with an opportunity for a local debriefing session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review the MISO Interconnection Checklist and interconnection requirements and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites. During the first day of the drills the initial system conditions (complete blackout)
opportunity to tie small internal islands using their local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the Restoration Tracking Forms and were compiled into overview maps accessed via the MISO Extranet.
The drill is effective practice at utilizing blackstart operating procedures Winter scenario helped operators consider challenges that would not normally be faced during a restoration Operators were engaged in training activities Two-day format provided adequate time for activities and review of procedures Issues/Suggestions: Restoration tracking form needs work-missing facilities,
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20160211 EPPSRWG Item 11 FERC NERC Report 20160129

67 The Department of Energy has established mandatory reporting requirements for electric emergency incidents and disturbances in the United States. See http://www.oe.netl.doe.gov/docs/OE-417_Instr-complete120508.pdf. 72 incorporate these law enforcement agency contacts in their emergency plans and procedures.
1 requires procedures to characterize and classify events as reportable cyber security incidents, but does not require identification of the types of possible triggering events as such. As noted above, this important element is addressed more directly in the CIP Version 5 Standards, which requires each responsible entity to have processes to identify Cyber Security Incidents.
The joint staff review team found that implementation of a feedback loop can help to correct a plan's procedural mishaps, performance issues in the notification process, communications, and recovery procedures. 100 require changes to specific recovery procedures and techniques for asset recovery, but will not necessarily result in a change in the overall response and recovery plan.
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2014 EPPSR Drill Report

local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the ESID and the Restoration Tracking Forms were compiled into overview maps within ESID where available or accessed via the MISO Extranet for participants
opportunity for a local debrief session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review of NERC Reliability Standard EOP-006-2 and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites. During the first day of the drills the initial system conditions (complete blackout) were presented to the operators and the initial restoration steps began.
requirements for the RC to invite TOPs and GOPs to the drills were imposed. These Standards also include requirements for those TOPs and GOPs to participate when requested. Therefore, as part of the 2014 drills all TOPs listed in the MISO PSR plan, as well as all GOPs with blackstart resources and other resources that are listed in those TOP plans and that are necessary to achieve
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20150318 EPPSRWG Item 07 PSR Drill Final Report Clean (1)

local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the ESID and the Restoration Tracking Forms were compiled into overview maps within ESID where available or accessed via the MISO Extranet for participants
opportunity for a local debrief session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review of NERC Reliability Standard EOP-006-2 and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites. During the first day of the drills the initial system conditions (complete blackout) were presented to the operators and the initial restoration steps began.
requirements for the RC to invite TOPs and GOPs to the drills were imposed. These Standards also include requirements for those TOPs and GOPs to participate when requested. Therefore, as part of the 2014 drills all TOPs listed in the MISO PSR plan, as well as all GOPs with blackstart resources and other resources that are listed in those TOP plans and that are necessary to achieve
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20150318 EPPSRWG Item 07 PSR Drill Final Report Redline

local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the ESID and the Restoration Tracking Forms were compiled into overview maps within ESID where available or accessed via the MISO Extranet for participants
opportunity for a local debrief session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review of NERC Reliability Standard EOP-006-2 and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites. During the first day of the drills the initial system conditions (complete blackout) were presented to the operators and the initial restoration steps began.
requirements for the RC to invite TOPs and GOPs to the drills were imposed. These Standards also include requirements for those TOPs and GOPs to participate when requested. Therefore, as part of the 2014 drills all TOPs listed in the MISO PSR plan, as well as all GOPs with blackstart resources and other resources that are listed in those TOP plans and that are necessary to achieve
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20150217 RSC Item 02ci 2014 EPPSR Drill Report Draft0_7_Clean

local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the ESID and the Restoration Tracking Forms were compiled into overview maps within ESID where available or accessed via the MISO Extranet for participants
opportunity for a local debrief session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review of NERC Reliability Standard EOP-006-2 and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites. During the first day of the drills the initial system conditions (complete blackout) were presented to the operators and the initial restoration steps began.
requirements for the RC to invite TOPs and GOPs to the drills were imposed. These Standards also include requirements for those TOPs and GOPs to participate when requested. Therefore, as part of the 2014 drills all TOPs listed in the MISO PSR plan, as well as all GOPs with blackstart resources and other resources that are listed in those TOP plans and that are necessary to achieve
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2012-12-21 Docket No. RM12-22-000

requirements of interconnecting transmission circuits. 15 Existing Reliability Standards and procedures associated with restoration are another example. The NOPR states that "the proposed Reliability Standards should also address operational procedures for restoring GMD impacted portions of the Bulk-Power System that take into account the potential for equipment that is damaged or
existing equipment protection and other requirements. 5. NERC Should Establish a Non-Exclusive Illustrative List of Considerations to Guide the Development of Phase I Standard Operating Procedures Given the potential impact to equipment, the NOPR states that: the proposed Reliability Standards should also address operational procedures for restoring GMD impacted portions of the Bulk-
It is unclear how restoration procedures for GMD impacts would differ from restoration procedures that are already in place for existing exposure. Thus, existing restoration requirements and/or procedures should be examined before new requirements and/or procedures are developed.
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Level 100 - Transition from a Balancing Authority to a MISO Local Balancing Authority

LBAs shall be responsible for local event reporting to NERC, DOE, Regional Entities, and state or local government reporting requirements. For incidents of cyber and/or physical security, sabotage, vandalism or suspected terrorist actions, the MISO and all affected LBAs shall each report directly to the appropriate government and industry agencies.
requirements Implements emergency procedures in concert with RC 11 Local Balancing Authorities Maintain interconnection telemetry, metering and associated accounting Send the area Net Actual Interchange (NAI) to the MISO Balancing Authority Establish equipment ratings and monitor their local system in Real-Time Send Dispatch signals from MISO BA to generation plants in
LBA operator shall coordinate emergency operations with the MISO BA operator as required by the MISO emergency operating procedures. The MISO BA shall provide the LBAs and TOPs projections of Operating Reserves for MISO BAA wide or specific sub-area (s) as appropriate. A sub-area may consist of a single Local Balancing Authority Area, a group of Local Balancing Authorities Areas,
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20130612-13 EPPSRWG Item 07 RTO-EOP-004-r13 Transmission Emergencies Procedure

procedures. Procedure Owner Approval on file. Kevin Sherd APR 13, 2012 JUN 01, 2012 RTO-EOP-004-r10 Remove Local Transmission Emergencies (moving to RA-OP-001). Added compliance references. Annual review; operating procedure owner on file. Kevin Sherd APR 26, 2011 APR 26, 2011 RTO-EOP-004-r9 Replaced OICL and MCN communication references with the Midwest ISO Communication System
proactively and may not be able to address emergency conditions within the required timeframe once an emergency condition occurs. UDS binding and/or TLR may be implemented simultaneously with emergency actions in order to release emergency actions in a timely manner. Transmission Emergencies Procedure RTO-EOP-004-r12r13 effective date: AUG 17, 2012JUN 01, 2013 ADM-01 Page 5 of 11 Public 3.
Procedure 2.10 RTO-EOP-002-A Non-Market Footprint and Sub-Area Capacity Emergencies Procedure 2.11 RTO-OP-006 Manual and Emergency Redispatch Procedure 2.112.12 RTO-I-OPC-018 (confidential title) 3 Procedure Description 3.1 Criteria for Transmission System Emergencies A Transmission System Emergency condition exists when one or more of the following criteria are met for transmission
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20140625-26 EPPSRWG Item 03 RTO-EOP-004-r14.1 Transmission Emergency Procedure

revised MISO procedure names in reference section to be current and revised term used for MISO restricted access procedures. Procedure Owner Approval on file. Kevin Sherd APR 13, 2012 JUN 01, 2012 RTO-EOP-004-r10 Remove Local Transmission Emergencies (moving to RA-OP-001).
where it is reasonable for the RC to expect that conditions will worsen and require declaration of a Transmission System Emergency. Actions During a Transmission System Emergency Prior to declaring a Transmission System Emergency, the RC will Verify that real-time values are accurate. Verify that State Estimator and Real Time Contingency Analysis (RTCA) solutions are reasonable.
Emergency Procedure RTO-EOP-002-A Non-Market Footprint and Sub-Area Capacity Emergencies Procedure RTO-OP-006 Manual and Emergency Redispatch Procedure RTO-RA-OP-003 RTO-I-OPC-018 Procedure Description Criteria for Transmission System Emergencies A Transmission System Emergency condition exists when one or more of the following criteria are met for transmission lines 100 kV and higher,
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20150624 EPPSRWG Item 07 RTO-EOP-004-r16 Trans Emergencies Procedure

revised MISO procedure names in reference section to be current and revised term used for MISO restricted access procedures. Procedure Owner Approval on file. Kevin Sherd APR 13, 2012 JUN 01, 2012 RTO-EOP-004-r10 Remove Local Transmission Emergencies (moving to RAOP-001).
required timeframe once an emergency condition occurs. UDS binding and/or TLR may be implemented simultaneously with emergency actions in order to release emergency actions in a timely manner. Transmission Emergencies Procedure RTO-EOP-004-r16 effective date: JUN 01, 2015 ADM-01 Page 7 of 14 Public communications of sensitive information related to reliability to MPs and to the public
Procedure 2.12 RTO-EOP-002-A Non-Market Footprint and Sub-Area Capacity Emergencies Procedure 2.13 RTO-OP-006 Manual and Emergency Redispatch Procedure 2.14 RTO-RA-OP-003 2.15 RTO-I-OPC-018 3 Procedure Description b c d e f g h i j k 3.1 Criteria for Transmission System Emergencies A Transmission System Emergency condition exists when one or more of the following criteria are met
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20130612-13 EPPSRWG Item 07 RTO-EOP-003-r13 MISO Supply Surplus Procedure

and Operations Engineers contact the Local Balancing Authorities to determine any other method for assistance, whether that is MISO Supply Surplus Procedure RTO-EOP-003-r12.113 effective date: JUN 01, 2012JUN 01, 2013 ADM-01 Page 7 of 17 Public additional Emergency dispatch or other actions, and coordinate these actions with the Shift Manager and UDS Operator.
expected duration of the conditions requiring the initiation/termination of the Minimum Generation Emergency Alert/Warning/Event MISO Management calls (during Minimum Generation Events). E-mail Distribution Groups: o "MISO Alerts BA and TO" o "MISO Alerts FERC, State Comm., RRO, Neighboring RCs & BAs" o "RT Ops Notification" 3.
Imported document into most recent Procedure template; changed references to "Midwest ISO" to "MISO". Procedure Owner approval on file. Mike McMullen APR 13, 2012 JUN 01, 2012 RTO-EOP-003-r11 Revised to reflect MCS replacing OICL. Updated website location. Annual review; Procedure owner approval on file.
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SO-P-AOP-00-217 MISO and State Officials 24X7 Communication Protocols During Emergencies

Operating Procedure Owner approval on file. Jay Hermacinski /Eric Young 07/14/2017 07/14/2017 RTO-AOP-018-r3 Annual Review. Updated process for communication with State Officials. Operating Procedure Owner approval on file. Gretchen Netherton/Danielle Logsdon 01/27/2017 01/27/2017 1.
2 Initiation of MISO and State Officials Communication Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4.3 Transmission System Emergency (TSE) & Local Transmission Emergency (LTE) (Localized Maximum Generation) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External Affairs Executive will then contact the appropriate State Commissioner or State Representative to inform them of the Firm Load Shed in their localized area. 4. MISO External Affairs Regional Team is responsible for ensuring the External Affairs Executives and their designees listed for MISO Operations to contact are accurate and up-to-date.
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RTO-AOP-001 System Status Levels Procedure

s infrastructure within the MISO reliability footprint, requires coordination among all parties. To support this coordination, MISO has defined System Status Levels (SSLs) to indicate conditions related to infrastructure failures, required communication and preparedness. This procedure describes the process for declaring SSLs.
required to be taken by the affected entities and which procedures are being implemented. The information will be communicated to the proper entities via the following: MCS RCIS (as necessary) The www.midwestmarket.org website MSS messaging system (as necessary) Notify the NOC (as necessary) The SM shall direct updates to the RT Ops dashboard to reflect the declared SSL.
required to be taken by the affected entities and which procedure/s are being implemented. The information will be communicated to the proper entities via the following: MCS RCIS (as necessary) The www.midwestmarket.org web site MSS messaging system (as necessary) Notify the NOC (as necessary) The SM shall direct updates to the RT Ops dashboard to reflect the declared SSL.
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RTO-AOP-013 NERC Operating Conditions Procedure

have been committed to respect an Interconnection Reliability Operating Limit (IROL) in the pre-contingency state. When load curtailment procedures have been implemented to respect an IROL. 3.1.2 TEA Notifications. The RC of the TEA Declaring Entity will notify all TOPs, Balancing Authorities (BAs), and Local Balancing Authorities (LBAs) in its Reliability Coordinator Area.
when confronted with actual operating conditions that require the declaration of EEAs. This guideline is not intended to replace or supersede any of MISO's RTO Procedures, but only to act as a guideline until the pilot program is adopted by NERC. Once adopted by NERC, or when other applicable MISO procedures come up for review and are updated with the information in this procedure,
All three operating alert states (EEAs, Transmission Utility Alerts (TEAs) and Security Emergency Alerts (SEAs)) are independent of each other and should be declared independently but they may also be declared concurrently. NERC Operating Conditions Procedure RTO-AOP-013-r10 effective date: FEB 17, 2017 ADM-01 Page 3 of 11 Public EEA Levels are covered in NERC Standard EOP-
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20150624 EPPSRWG Item 07 RTO-EOP-003-r15 MISO Supply Surplus Procedure

Transmission System constraints and determines whether a Minimum Generation Emergency declaration is required to alleviate any constraints. 3.3.1.5 In the case where a Minimum Generation Emergency is required for a Transmission System constraint, the RC alerts the SM of the situation. MISO Supply Surplus Procedure RTO-EOP-003-r15 effective date: JUN 01, 2015 ADM-01 Page 7 of 19 Public 3.
MISO Supply Surplus Procedure RTO-EOP-003-r15 effective date: JUN 01, 2015 ADM-01 Page 10 of 19 Public o Post or update a notice consisting of: Minimum Generation Emergency Alert/Warning/Event declaration/termination & expected duration of the conditions requiring the initiation/termination of the Minimum Generation Emergency Alert/Warning/
Imported document into most recent Procedure template; changed references to "Midwest ISO" to "MISO". Procedure Owner approval on file. Mike McMullen APR 13, 2012 JUN 01, 2012 RTO-EOP-003-r11 Revised to reflect MCS replacing OICL. Updated website location. Annual review; Procedure owner approval on file.
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20140625-26 EPPSRWG Item 03 RTO-EOP-003-r14 MISO Supply Surplus Procedure

This procedure outlines the set of plans to mitigate operating emergencies on the Transmission System due to supply surplus conditions. Based on the scheduled interchange, on-line Resources, and transmission security requirements, the MISO Balancing Authority Area (MBAA) or a sub-area may experience situations during light load periods when on-
expected duration of the conditions requiring the initiation/termination of the Minimum Generation Emergency Alert/Warning/Event MISO Management calls (during Minimum Generation Events). E-mail Distribution Groups: "MISO Alerts BA and TO" "MISO Alerts FERC, State Comm., Regional Reliability Organization (RRO), Neighboring RCs & BAs" "RT Ops Notification" Refer to RTO-
Imported document into most recent Procedure template; changed references to "Midwest ISO" to "MISO". Procedure Owner approval on file. Mike McMullen APR 13, 2012 JUN 01, 2012 RTO-EOP-003-r11 Revised to reflect MCS replacing OICL. Updated website location. Annual review; Procedure owner approval on file.
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2010-12-10 Docket No. ER11-2334-003

state, and local laws, and Good Utility Practice, and otherwise in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. 3.2 Generating Company shall be required to comply with the requests, orders, directives and requirements, including existing operation procedures set forth in Exhibit 4, of Transmission Provider,
directives or requirements of Transmission Provider must be (a) issued pursuant to Good Utility Practice, (b) not unduly discriminatory, (c) otherwise in accordance with applicable tariffs or applicable federal, state or local laws, and (d) reasonably necessary to maintain the integrity of the Transmission System.
s receipt of all necessary state, federal and local permits and approvals for the Facility. To the extent approved or required by FERC, Generating Company shall pay to Transmission Provider on a pay-as-you-go basis all of Transmission Provider's reasonable costs associated with constructing and installing such Interconnection Equipment,
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2016-03-18 154 FERC 61,224 Docket No. EL15-70-001; EL15-71-001; EL15-72-001; EL15-82-001; ER16-833-000

Local Clearing Requirement to completely exclude counter-flow from pseudo-tied generators. Sierra Club explains that Capacity Import Limits and Local Clearing Requirements have an inverse relationship with each other.66 Sierra Club states that the net effect of MISO's proposal will be to increase the Capacity Import Limit while retaining what it says are unnecessarily high Local
rational locational signals for local capacity requirements, as represented by both the Capacity Import Limit and the Local Clearing Requirement values. Further, MISO states that it did not ignore the ability of exports to increase import capability by producing counter-flow because MISO included the benefits of exports in its proposed calculation of Local Clearing Requirements.
Local Resource Zone]."42 MISO proposes the following formula to calculate Local Clearing Requirements:43 LCR = LRR - CIL - non-pseudo-tied exports 32. The Market Monitor states that MISO appropriately limits its proposed adjustment to the Local Clearing Requirement to non-pseudo tied exports because MISO does not have dispatch control over pseudo-
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Module E-1 - Resource Adequacy

2014 applicable zonal Auction Clearing Price less any zonal deliverability benefits plus any Local Clearing Requirement Charges for the Local Resource Zone where the wholesale load is located. e. An LSE may challenge the EDC Demand forecast under the dispute resolution procedures pursuant to Section 12 or it may refer the dispute to the Commission for resolution.
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
any zonal deliverability benefits plus any Local Clearing Requirement Charges for the Local Resource Zone where the load is located. c. In a state that permits retail load switching and where the EDC has adopted the daily peak load default method in Section 69A.1.2.1, the Transmission Provider shall allocate resource capacity costs on a daily basis to LSEs by multiplying the LSE'
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