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interconnection requirements stated in the RFP were not consistent with their minimum interconnection requirements for this project. As a result, MISO revised Section 5.L. of the RFP and, pursuant to the Tariff, provided a limited opportunity to all RFP Respondents to provide any additional information necessary to amend Proposals based specifically on this input clarification to the RFP.
While MISO is not aware of any such requirements in the states of Indiana and Kentucky, the RFP Respondents are ultimately responsible for determining all such requirements in the applicable states and developing a Proposal that will meet such requirements. MISO has implemented no such regulations in its Business Practices Manuals (BPM) or Tarrif.
procedures, protocols - are you looking for existing 3-ring binders? Or more of a descriptive analysis (e.g. stating we have procedures in place)? MISO is more interested in a high level description with some supporting documentation. Where lengthy written procedures are in place, MISO would accept the table of contents for manuals,
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Data Request Tracking

MISO stated that we are able to meet the requirement and will have a production date in the next DTWG meeting. MISO will work with Mr. Nairns offline to ensure the requirements are met. 08-12-2013 - MISO is suggesting that we post at 3:45 PM versus 8:00 PM.
Regulation reserve requirement (1) Cleared Regulation reserve +Cleared Spinning Reserve > Regulation reserve requirement +Spinning reserve requirement. (
Regulation reserve requirement +Spinning reserve requirement +Supplemental reserve requirement. (3) If we define the shadow prices from (1), (2), (3) are , , (The Shadow prices are formulated to be positive), then the MCP for the reserves are defined as: MCP for Supplemental reserve = MCP for spinning reserve = + MCP for regulating reserve =
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NSP Attachment O - 2015 Actual Costs and Work Papers and 2015 True-Up Notice

Up Procedures NET REVENUE REQUIREMENT Average of 12 coincident system peaks for requirements (RQ) service Plus 12 CP of Network Load not in line 8 Plus Contract Demand of firm P-T-P over one year Divisor (sum lines 8-14) Annual Cost ($/kW/Yr) Historic Year Actual Divisor Projected Year Divisor Difference between Historic & Projected Year Divisor
Inputs Required: FIT = SIT= (State Income Tax Rate or Composite SIT) p = (percent of federal income tax deductible for state purposes) L Removes dollar amount of transmission expenses included in the OATT ancillary services rates, including Account Nos.
These amounts are shown in the workpapers required pursuant to the Annual Rate Calculation and True-Up Procedures. X Calculate using 13 month average balance, reconciling to FERC Form No. 1 by page, line and column as shown in Column 2. Y December 2014 December 2014 Per FERC Form 1 December 2014 Attachment O 1st Qtr 2013 2nd Qtr 2013 3rd Qtr 2013 4th Qtr 2013 Interest Rate (
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NSP Attachment O - 2014 Actual Costs and Work Papers and 2014 True-Up Notice Rev 2a

Up Procedures NET REVENUE REQUIREMENT Average of 12 coincident system peaks for requirements (RQ) service Plus 12 CP of Network Load not in line 8 Plus Contract Demand of firm P-T-P over one year Divisor (sum lines 8-14) Annual Cost ($/kW/Yr) Historic Year Actual Divisor Projected Year Divisor Difference between Historic & Projected Year Divisor
Inputs Required: FIT = SIT= (State Income Tax Rate or Composite SIT) p = (percent of federal income tax deductible for state purposes) L Removes dollar amount of transmission expenses included in the OATT ancillary services rates, including Account Nos.
These amounts are shown in the workpapers required pursuant to the Annual Rate Calculation and True-Up Procedures. X Calculate using 13 month average balance, reconciling to FERC Form No. 1 by page, line and column as shown in Column 2. Y Comparison of 2014 Actuals to 2014 Budget For the 12 months ended 12/31/14 2014 Actual Workpaper Actual 12 Months Ended December 31,
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NSP Attachment O - 2016 Actual Costs and Work Papers and 2016 True-Up Notice V2.0

Inputs Required: FIT = SIT= (State Income Tax Rate or Composite SIT) p = (percent of federal income tax deductible for state purposes) L M Removes transmission plant determined by Commission order to be state-jurisdictional according to the seven-factor test (until Form 1 balances are adjusted to reflect application of seven-factor test)
are shown in the workpapers required pursuant to the Annual Rate Calculation and True-Up Procedures. X Calculate using 13 month average balance, reconciling to FERC Form No. 1 by page, line and column as shown in Column 2. Y Calculate using 13 month average balances for plant related and average of beginning of year and end of year for non-plant related adjustments to rate base,
Northern States Power Companies Allocated Amount GROSS REVENUE REQUIREMENT (page 3, line 31) REVENUE CREDITS (Note T) Allocator Account No. 454 (page 4, line 34) TP Account No. 456.1 (page 4, line 37) Revenues from Grandfathered Interzonal Transactions Gross Plant Revenues from service provided by the ISO at a discount In-Service
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20130220 AC Item 02 OMS Resource Planning Survey

2) of the Public Utilities Act requires alternative retail electric suppliers to "comply with all applicable federal, State, regional and industry rules, policies, practices and procedures for the use, operation, and maintenance of the safety, integrity and reliability, of the interconnected electric transmission system.
MISO's EPA survey shows a number of units in an indeterminate state of whether to retire or add control technologies a. Does your state require a formal certificate of construction for installation of pollution control equipment, for example scrubbers on the older coal units? If yes, 1. How long is the review process?
Montana The Montana Public Service Commission does not require a formal certificate of construction for installation of pollution control equipment. However, other state agencies may require some form of environmental certification and/or permitting. Unknown. http://psc.mt.gov/Docs/ElectronicDocuments/getDocumentsInfo.
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DTWG Data Request Tracking Feb 2014

MISO stated that we are able to meet the requirement and will have a production date in the next DTWG meeting. MISO will work with Mr. Nairns offline to ensure the requirements are met. 08-12-2013 - MISO is suggesting that we post at 3:45 PM versus 8:00 PM.
Regulation reserve requirement (1) Cleared Regulation reserve +Cleared Spinning Reserve > Regulation reserve requirement +Spinning reserve requirement. (
Regulation reserve requirement +Spinning reserve requirement +Supplemental reserve requirement. (3) If we define the shadow prices from (1), (2), (3) are , , (The Shadow prices are formulated to be positive), then the MCP for the reserves are defined as: MCP for Supplemental reserve = MCP for spinning reserve = + MCP for regulating reserve =
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20150209 DTWG Item 02 Review of Issues List

MISO stated that we are able to meet the requirement and will have a production date in the next DTWG meeting. MISO will work with Mr. Nairns offline to ensure the requirements are met. 08-12-2013 - MISO is suggesting that we post at 3:45 PM versus 8:00 PM.
Regulation reserve requirement (1) Cleared Regulation reserve +Cleared Spinning Reserve > Regulation reserve requirement +Spinning reserve requirement. (
Regulation reserve requirement +Spinning reserve requirement +Supplemental reserve requirement. (3) If we define the shadow prices from (1), (2), (3) are , , (The Shadow prices are formulated to be positive), then the MCP for the reserves are defined as: MCP for Supplemental reserve = MCP for spinning reserve = + MCP for regulating reserve =
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NSP Companies Attachment O, GG and MM Effective Jan 1 2016 and Supporting Work Papers Rev 2

Inputs Required: FIT = SIT= (State Income Tax Rate or Composite SIT) p = (percent of federal income tax deductible for state purposes) L M Removes transmission plant determined by Commission order to be state-jurisdictional according to the seven-factor test (until Form 1 balances are adjusted to reflect application of seven-factor test)
are shown in the workpapers required pursuant to the Annual Rate Calculation and True-Up Procedures. X Calculate using 13 month average balance, reconciling to FERC Form No. 1 by page, line and column as shown in Column 2. Y Calculate using 13 month average balances for plant related and average of beginning of year and end of year for non-plant related adjustments to rate base,
Northern States Power Companies Allocated Amount GROSS REVENUE REQUIREMENT (page 3, line 31) REVENUE CREDITS (Note T) Allocator Account No. 454 (page 4, line 34) TP Account No. 456.1 (page 4, line 37) Revenues from Grandfathered Interzonal Transactions Gross Plant Revenues from service provided by the ISO at a discount In-Service
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NSP Companies Attachment O, GG and MM Effective Jan 1 2017 and Supporting Work Papers V2.0

Inputs Required: FIT = SIT= (State Income Tax Rate or Composite SIT) p = (percent of federal income tax deductible for state purposes) L M Removes transmission plant determined by Commission order to be state-jurisdictional according to the seven-factor test (until Form 1 balances are adjusted to reflect application of seven-factor test)
are shown in the workpapers required pursuant to the Annual Rate Calculation and True-Up Procedures. X Calculate using 13 month average balance, reconciling to FERC Form No. 1 by page, line and column as shown in Column 2. Y Calculate using 13 month average balances for plant related and average of beginning of year and end of year for non-plant related adjustments to rate base,
Northern States Power Companies Allocated Amount GROSS REVENUE REQUIREMENT (page 3, line 31) REVENUE CREDITS (Note T) Allocator Account No. 454 (page 4, line 34) TP Account No. 456.1 (page 4, line 37) Revenues from Grandfathered Interzonal Transactions Gross Plant Revenues from service provided by the ISO at a discount In-Service
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NSP Companies Attachment O, GG and MM Effective Jan 1 2017 and Supporting Work Papers V1.0

Inputs Required: FIT = SIT= (State Income Tax Rate or Composite SIT) p = (percent of federal income tax deductible for state purposes) L M Removes transmission plant determined by Commission order to be state-jurisdictional according to the seven-factor test (until Form 1 balances are adjusted to reflect application of seven-factor test)
are shown in the workpapers required pursuant to the Annual Rate Calculation and True-Up Procedures. X Calculate using 13 month average balance, reconciling to FERC Form No. 1 by page, line and column as shown in Column 2. Y Calculate using 13 month average balances for plant related and average of beginning of year and end of year for non-plant related adjustments to rate base,
Northern States Power Companies Allocated Amount GROSS REVENUE REQUIREMENT (page 3, line 31) REVENUE CREDITS (Note T) Allocator Account No. 454 (page 4, line 34) TP Account No. 456.1 (page 4, line 37) Revenues from Grandfathered Interzonal Transactions Gross Plant Revenues from service provided by the ISO at a discount In-Service
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20160121 RECBWG Item 03 Summary of Stakeholder Prioritization

Lack of Clear Procedures for Treatment of all Projects MEP Postage Stamp Allocation MEP Allocation to LRZ's MVP Postage Stamp Allocation and Portfolio Requirement Regional Project Hierarchy Interregional and Regional Assumptions and Criteria Misalignment MISO South Transition Gap Issue Most important issue AEP LEUG & TIEC LEUG and TIEC believe resolution of the voltage threshold,
it is an indication of beneficiaries beyond local pricing zone & cost allocation should reflect those beneficiaries. Mis-alignment between RTOs causing barriers to interregional projects. Currently a project must pass joint test criteria & pass each RTO MEP criteria. Pancaking of requirements redundant and counter to Order 1000 intent.
The current process also requires a project to pass the joint test criteria & also pass each RTO MEP criteria. Pancaking of requirements seems redundant and counter to Order 1000 intent. Encourage interregional projects only be subject to the test criteria jointly agreed upon by the RTOs.
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20161116 PAC Item 03a Example Regionally Cost Shared Project Reporting Template

ACTIVITY BY ANALYSIS PERMIT REQUIRED ISSUING AGENCY TYPE (Fed/State/Local) (dd-Mmm-YY) FORECASTED DATE DATE ACQURED VARIANCE (+/- days) SECTION 1 - PERMITTING SECTION 1 NOTE: Populate table for all permits, update with new information for each period. BIG TICKET ITEM NOTES, COMMENTS, CONCERNS LINE SEGMENT / SUB / WORK SCOPE RISK DESCR.
LATE INTEGRATION REQUIREMENTS Settlement Agreement Notice of Succession MP Status Membership Application FTRs/ARRs GFAs Schedule 7, 8, 9 Transmission Facilities Signature Pages Other Agreements Rate Structure Transmission Service Migration Local Planning Provisions Portal Access Schedule 26 Schedule 48 SA NoS TOA FTR Sched 7/8/9 List Sched 48
procedures set forth in this Article. If the Selected Developer desires to undertake any modification to the Work, it shall submit a Change Requested Form in the form of Appendix B to this Agreement) SDA 6.4.3 (The Selected Developer is required to notify the Transmission Provider within thirty (30) Calendar Days after the Governmental Authority has issued an order directing Project
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Attachment O Aug 2017

Northern States GROSS REVENUE REQUIREMENT (page 2, line 24) REV. REQUIREMENT (sum lines 20, 21) SUBTOTAL (sum lines 8, 11, 19) TOTAL OTHER TAXES (sum lines 12 - 18) and the loads are included in line 13, page 1. Grandfathered agreements whose rates have not been changed to eliminate or mitigate Pursuant to Attachment GG of the Midwest ISO Tariff,
Plant (State Income Tax Rate or Composite SIT) p = (percent of federal income tax deductible for state purposes) Enter dollar amounts R S no incremental load Michigan South Central Power Agency GROSS REVENUE REQUIREMENT DIVISOR (kW) EIA Form 412 IV.
income tax deductible for state income taxes" and TEP = "the tax exempt ownership interest". If the utility is taxed [Revenue Requirement for facilities included on page 2, line 2, and also included in Attachment GG] REVENUE REQUIREMENT TO BE COLLECTED UNDER ATTACHMENT O Removes transmission plant determined to be state-jurisdictional by Commission order according to the seven-
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Attachment O October 2017

Northern States GROSS REVENUE REQUIREMENT (page 2, line 24) REV. REQUIREMENT (sum lines 20, 21) SUBTOTAL (sum lines 8, 11, 19) TOTAL OTHER TAXES (sum lines 12 - 18) and the loads are included in line 13, page 1. Grandfathered agreements whose rates have not been changed to eliminate or mitigate Pursuant to Attachment GG of the Midwest ISO Tariff,
Plant (State Income Tax Rate or Composite SIT) p = (percent of federal income tax deductible for state purposes) Enter dollar amounts R S no incremental load Michigan South Central Power Agency GROSS REVENUE REQUIREMENT DIVISOR (kW) EIA Form 412 IV.
income tax deductible for state income taxes" and TEP = "the tax exempt ownership interest". If the utility is taxed [Revenue Requirement for facilities included on page 2, line 2, and also included in Attachment GG] REVENUE REQUIREMENT TO BE COLLECTED UNDER ATTACHMENT O Removes transmission plant determined to be state-jurisdictional by Commission order according to the seven-
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REVISED METC 2017 Projected Rate Attachment O

Inputs Required: FIT = SIT= (State Income Tax Rate or Composite SIT) p = (percent of federal income tax deductible for state purposes) L Removes dollar amount of transmission expenses included in the OATT ancillary services rates, including Account Nos.
Gross receipts taxes are not included in transmission revenue requirement in the Rate Formula Template, since they are recovered elsewhere. K The currently effective income tax rate, where FIT is the Federal income tax rate; SIT is the State income tax rate, and p = "the percentage of federal income tax deductible for state income taxes".
Attachment O revenue requirements have already been reduced by the Attachment GG revenue requirements. Z Pursuant to Attachment MM of the Midwest ISO Tariff, removes dollar amount of revenue requirements calculated pursuant to Attachment MM. AA Removes from revenue credits revenues that are distributed pursuant to Schedules associated with Attachment MM of the Midwest ISO Tariff,
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METC Revised 2017 Projected Attachment O GG MM Repost P. 06022017

Inputs Required: FIT = SIT= (State Income Tax Rate or Composite SIT) p = (percent of federal income tax deductible for state purposes) L Removes dollar amount of transmission expenses included in the OATT ancillary services rates, including Account Nos.
Gross receipts taxes are not included in transmission revenue requirement in the Rate Formula Template, since they are recovered elsewhere. K The currently effective income tax rate, where FIT is the Federal income tax rate; SIT is the State income tax rate, and p = "the percentage of federal income tax deductible for state income taxes".
Attachment O revenue requirements have already been reduced by the Attachment GG revenue requirements. Z Pursuant to Attachment MM of the Midwest ISO Tariff, removes dollar amount of revenue requirements calculated pursuant to Attachment MM. AA Removes from revenue credits revenues that are distributed pursuant to Schedules associated with Attachment MM of the Midwest ISO Tariff,
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METC 2017 Projected Rate Attachment O

Inputs Required: FIT = SIT= (State Income Tax Rate or Composite SIT) p = (percent of federal income tax deductible for state purposes) L Removes dollar amount of transmission expenses included in the OATT ancillary services rates, including Account Nos.
Gross receipts taxes are not included in transmission revenue requirement in the Rate Formula Template, since they are recovered elsewhere. K The currently effective income tax rate, where FIT is the Federal income tax rate; SIT is the State income tax rate, and p = "the percentage of federal income tax deductible for state income taxes".
Attachment O revenue requirements have already been reduced by the Attachment GG revenue requirements. Z Pursuant to Attachment MM of the Midwest ISO Tariff, removes dollar amount of revenue requirements calculated pursuant to Attachment MM. AA Removes from revenue credits revenues that are distributed pursuant to Schedules associated with Attachment MM of the Midwest ISO Tariff,
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MISO Generator Interconnection Service Workbook

NIMP Prairie State 1 Prairie State 2 CLEC.HUNTER5 Newly registered CPnode, not online and not associated with Interconnection Service CONS.BRNP6 CONS.BRNP8 CONS.HRSY10 CONS.HRSY9 CONS.VSTBG8 MDU.LEWIS2 In study queue, no interconnection service AMIL.HOOPESTON CPNODES TOTAL INTERCONNECTION SERVICE Has full injection,
WHITNGT2 Total Interconnection Service NRIS (Local) Midwest ISO Interconnection Service Reason Time of Last Update: 05/XX/2010 Check for TOTALS INTERFACE YAD HUB WR.MOWR_1.AZ PSEUDOTIELZ WR.MOWR WR LOADZONE WPS.WPSM GENNODE WPS.MPUG_1.AZ WPS.MPU WPS.MEWD_M1 WPS.GLU WPS.EDGWTR41 WPS.AZ WFEC WEC.
NRIS Local, ERIS New CPNode as of Mar10 commercial model New CPNode as of Dec09 commercial model Does Not Exist or Terminated RUGBY Zeeland 2 MPW BELLE RIVER1 Belle River 2 Campbell 3 CIN_SUGARCRK Council Bluffs 3 Council Bluffs 4 GAYLORD12 GAYLORD35 Greater DM Energy 3 Louisa 1 Ludington 1 Ludington 2 Ludington 3 Ludington 4
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Deliverability Test Results 1

ISO Generator Interconnection Procedures (Attachment X) Denotes the local balancing area where the BTMG is located The "CPNodes without MISO IS" worksheet lists the resources that do not have Midwest ISO Interconnection Service. The quantity, in megawatts, of a Network Resource that was determined not to be aggregate deliverable through the Market Transition Deliverability Test (
Local) Midwest ISO Interconnection Service Reason Time of Last Update: 05/XX/2010 Operating Limits for Units with Provision Interconnection Agreements Year Quarter LBA Project Number Expected In-Service Date G540, G548 G573,G574, G575 G735, J091 G612,G798 NSP In-service, TBD Total Interconnection Service Requested Start Date
NRIS Local, ERIS New CPNode as of Mar10 commercial model New CPNode as of Dec09 commercial model Does Not Exist or Terminated RUGBY MEDINA GRAYLING (CONS) Zeeland 2 MPW BELLE RIVER1 Belle River 2 Campbell 3 CIN_SUGARCRK Council Bluffs 3 Council Bluffs 4 GAYLORD12 GAYLORD35 Greater DM Energy 3 Louisa 1 Ludington 1 Ludington 2
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MISO Identified Order 1000 Compliance Requirements

Requirements. ( 82) Requires amending OATT to describe procedures that provide for the consideration of transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements in the local and regional transmission planning processes. ( 203) Requires that each public utility transmission provider revise its OATT to identify: (a) the information that must be submitted by a prospective transmission
Explain in compliance filing how facilities evaluated in the local and regional planning processes will be subject to the requirements of Order 1000. ( 65) A-7 Develop procedures under which public utility transmission providers and stakeholders will identify those transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements for which potential transmission solutions will be evaluated.
mail list for the communication of information related to interregional transmission coordination procedures. ( 458) Requires that each public utility transmission provider give stakeholders the opportunity to provide input into the development of its interregional transmission coordination procedures and the commonly agreed-to language to be included in its OATT.
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20160822 WSPM Item 06b Issues Tracker for WSPM3_NonCEII

Mitigated by a combination of upgrades and operating procedures. ITCM will be adding a 40MVAr reactor at Colby 345kV bus in 2018 and a 55MVAr reactor at the Killdeer 345kV bus by the end of 2016, as part of the MVP projects. In low load case, high voltages were seen because wind units were improperly modeled as disconnected, when in reality they would still be connected,
operate local generation at highest possible levels and operate 69 kV lines radially to shift load away from the 161 kV buses. CR-N.Liberty-Hills 161 project will add a 161/69 kV source in 2019 and another 161 kV source in 2022. W-08 North Fond Du Lac-South Fond Du Lac 69 Mitigation: Shed 69 kV load W-10 Weston-Morrison Ave 115
Saukville 138 kV can resolve this issue when it goes into service 12/2021 Operator Action: DPC local Operating Guide to open breaker at Seneca pre-contingency to prevent overloading Stoneman - Nelson Dewey 161 kV W-201 608666 FONDULAC 115.00 - 608676 HIBBARD7 115.00 1 Ben Stearney W-202 608698 HOYT LK7 115.00 - 608700 43L TAP7 115.
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Deliverability_Test_Results.xls

Total Capacity Tested Capacity Qualified as Network Resource Capacity Qualified as Local Capacity Resource Combined Cycle Name Midwest ISO Generator Deliverability Results Dispatchable Resources NSP.WISSOT4 NSP.
Network Resource status are granted conditional upon implementation of existing applicable operating procedures and terms and conditions identified in the Generation Interconnection or Delivery Service/Specification Sheet associated with this generation. 3) This posting shows only the test results of the MISO Generator Deliverability Study.
the generator must satisfy other requirements set by the Transmission and Energy Market Tariff, including but not limited to metering, registration, operating agreement, and must-offer. 4) Generator capacities posted could be either gross or net capacity. For Module E purpose, the net capacity should be used.
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20160927 BTMG Common Issues Meeting Tariff Treatment_disclaimer

eligible to qualify as a Load Modifying Resource if it meets the following requirements. All LMRs that are cleared in the PRA/TPRA or were submitted in a FRAP must be available for use in the event of an Emergency as declared by the Transmission Provider, pursuant to the Emergency operating procedures of the Transmission Provider, unless replaced with other ZRCs pursuant to Section 69A.
EDR Initiative: Procedures for EDR Participants to respond to an Emergency through a defined reduction in Load or increase in output from Behind the Meter Generation Resources, as described in Schedule 30 of this Tariff. Generation Verification Test Capacity (GVTC): The maximum output (MW) that a Generation Resource,
to verify that the BTMG produced energy to the target level requested by the Local Balancing Authority or Transmission Provider. Following a declared Emergency in which a BTMG is deployed, the Market Participant who registered the BTMG will collect meter data and perform calculations, consistent with the measurement and verification protocol identified at the time of registration.
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MTEP Active Project List

local generators to idle/retired state Two Harbors 115 kV Project Reconfigure Two Harbors area system to put GRE Waldo Tap on a radial from Two Harbors. Upgrade Two Harbors - Silver Bay 115 kV Line rating. Post-contingent overloads on Two Harbors - Silver Bay 115 kV Line Laskin-Tac Harbor Transmission Line Upgrades Increases the line rating multiple existing transmission lines between
the coincident outages of the Baldwin-Turkey Hill 345 kV line 4521 and Prairie State-Stallings 345 kV line 4531 would cause the section of conductor between structures 148 to 153 in the Cahokia-Baldwin 345 kV line 4511 to be loaded up to 120% of its 1322 MVA summer emergency rating. This project is required to meet Ameren's Transmission Planning Criteria.
utilizes outdated functionality or whose failure rates and maintenance requirements have increased the potential for misoperations and higher maintenance costs associated with their ongoing use. Modern equipment can improve reliability, use state of the art technology, and typically will allow for longer maintenance intervals.
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