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2016-06-20 Docket No. ER16-1969-000

In addition to the requirements of this Attachment FF, there may be state or local procedural requirements applicable to the planning or siting of transmission facilities by the Transmission Owners. A current list of those requirements can be found on the Transmission Provider's website.
applicable state and local laws; applicable state and local building codes; federal regulatory requirements; applicable state and local regulatory requirements; applicable state and local licensing authorities; the National Electric Safety Code; the National Electric Code;
local planning reliability or economic planning criteria of the Transmission Owner, or required by State or local authorities, any economic or other planning criteria or metrics defined in this Attachment FF, and any Applicable Laws and MISO ATTACHMENT FF FERC Electric Tariff Transmission Expansion Planning Protocol ATTACHMENTS 51.
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2017-04-24 Docket No. ER16-1969-003; 004

In addition to the requirements of this Attachment FF, there may be state or local procedural requirements applicable to the planning or siting of transmission facilities by the Transmission Owners. A current list of those requirements can be found on the Transmission Provider's website.
applicable state and local laws; applicable state and local building codes; federal regulatory requirements; applicable state and local regulatory requirements; applicable state and local licensing authorities; the National Electric Safety Code; the National Electric Code;
local planning reliability or economic planning criteria of the Transmission Owner, or required by State or local authorities, any economic or other planning criteria or metrics defined in this Attachment FF, and any Applicable Laws and MISO ATTACHMENT FF FERC Electric Tariff Transmission Expansion Planning Protocol ATTACHMENTS 52.
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2011-11-21 Docket No. ER12-451-000

In addition to the requirements of this Attachment FF, there may be state or local procedural requirements applicable to the planning or siting of transmission facilities by the Transmission Owners. A current list of those requirements can be found on the Transmission Provider's website.
local planning reliability or economic planning criteria of the Transmission Owner, or required by State or local authorities, and any economic or other planning criteria or metrics defined in this Attachment FF. Transmission Owners are required to annually provide updated copies of local planning criteria for posting on the Transmission Provider'
required to meet the requirements of this interconnection procedure. 6.0 An equipment package does not include equipment provided by the utility. 7.0 Any equipment package approved and listed in a state by that state's regulatory body for interconnected operation in that state prior to the effective date of these small generator interconnection procedures shall be considered certified
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2010-07-15 Docket No. ER10-1791-000 Entire Transmission Cost Allocation

In addition to the requirements of this Attachment FF, there may be state or local procedural requirements applicable to the planning or siting of transmission facilities by the Transmission Owners. A current list of those requirements can be found on the Transmission Provider's website.
local planning reliability or economic planning criteria of the Transmission Owner, or required by State or local authorities, and any economic or other planning criteria or metrics defined in this Attachment FF. Transmission Owners are required to annually provide updated copies of local planning criteria for posting on the Transmission Provider'
compliance with local reliability standards and requirements when applicable, iii) compliance with Transmission Owner standards if applicable, iv) compliance with applicable state and federal laws and v) compliance with applicable regulatory mandates and obligations, including regulatory obligations related to serving load,
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20110120 SPC Minutes and Materials.pdf

The procedure requires the RC to notify the TA. Both RC and TA procedures require the notification to be logged. Problem stated in June: The RC is not making the notification to the TA in a timely fashion and is not consistently updating the log.
The procedure requires the TA to update the log file upon notification, including the actions taken. Problem stated in June: The TA may not be updating the separate SNFS log if the flowgate does not exist in the AFC flowgate list. Resolution: The TA will be requested to add entries regardless of AFC flowgate existence for consistency.
impact and that meet the other below requirements will be subject to curtailment during this procedure. The generation shift factors will be used to determine the impact of generators on the constrained element/flowgate. Problems are inside the Entergy Balancing Area and "local" in nature, probably caused due to import limitations, and/or an imbalance between generation and load.
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20110317 SPC Minutes and Materials.pdf

The procedure requires the RC to notify the TA. Both RC and TA procedures require the notification to be logged. Problem stated in June: The RC is not making the notification to the TA in a timely fashion and is not consistently updating the log.
The procedure requires the TA to update the log file upon notification, including the actions taken. Problem stated in June: The TA may not be updating the separate SNFS log if the flowgate does not exist in the AFC flowgate list. Resolution: The TA will be requested to add entries regardless of AFC flowgate existence for consistency.
impact and that meet the other below requirements will be subject to curtailment during this procedure. The generation shift factors will be used to determine the impact of generators on the constrained element/flowgate. Problems are inside the Entergy Balancing Area and "local" in nature, probably caused due to import limitations, and/or an imbalance between generation and load.
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2014-09-17 Docket No. ER14-2892-000

unless Transmission Provider has established different requirements that apply to all generators in the Local Balancing Authority on a comparable basis. The applicable Local Balancing Authority power factor requirements are are listed on the Transmission Provider's website at Original Sheet No. 42 https://www.
AN OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE REQUIRES RE-CONFIGURING THE WIND FARM MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PRIOR TO CLOSING 'RI' Original Sheet No. 85 FUTURE DTE PINNEBOG 120 /345kV INTERCONNECT STATION ONE-LINE NOTES: FROM 120kV ECHO-PINNEBOG UNE 120kV BUS 145kV 3000A 40kA BREAKER 1.
unless Transmission Provider has established different requirements that apply to all generators in the Local Balancing Authority on a comparable basis. The applicable Local Balancing Authority power factor requirements are listed on the Transmission Provider's website at Original Sheet No. 42 https://www.
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GI G255 SIS Report

MISO generator interconnection procedures require that overloads be addressed before a generation interconnection is granted. Sensitivity analyses based on DC powerflow techniques were performed to identify the MW output of G255 that can safely be accommodated by the transmission system without causing interconnection related thermal violations under system intact and N-
see MAPP DRS document entitled "Steady-State Facility & Constrained Path Impact Determination Requirements & Screening Guidelines for Study Submissions" approved July 18, 2003), the minimum PTDF threshold for MAPP PTDF Interfaces is 5% and the minimum MW impact threshold is 1 MW or 1% of the impacted Path TTC (whichever is smaller).
localized in the vicinity of the point of interconnection. The study revealed that there are a number of new thermal overloads in the local area (See Tables 3.8 and 3.9). At the request of the transmission owners, reinforcement analysis was performed to determine whether interconnecting the Buffalo Ridge-Yankee-White 115kV line directly to the White 345kV substation via a dedicated
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2015-08-25 Docket No. EL15-89-000

regulatory requirements."12 In addition, Rule 203(a) of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedures requires all pleadings to include "the relevant facts" and state "the basis in law and fact" taken by the party filing the pleading.13 The Commission routinely denies complaints that disregard these requirements and rely instead on speculative inferences and unsupported assumptions,
Resolution The MISO Tariff contains extensive dispute resolution procedures, which apply to disputes arising during the MTEP process. The pertinent requirements are set forth in Section I.C.14 of Tariff Attachment FF, which states as follows: 13 Dispute resolution: Consistent with Attachment HH of this Tariff, the Transmission Provider shall resolve disputes concerning MTEP issues.
numerous requirements established Section 206 of the FPA and the Commission's regulations. Under Section 206, BETM is required to carry the burden of proof in this proceeding.11 Rule 206 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure further requires BETM to "clearly identify the action or inaction which is alleged to violate applicable statutory or regulatory requirements"
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2015-08-24 Docket No. EL15-89-000

regulatory requirements."12 In addition, Rule 203(a) of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedures requires all pleadings to include "the relevant facts" and state "the basis in law and fact" taken by the party filing the pleading.13 The Commission routinely denies complaints that disregard these requirements and rely instead on speculative inferences and unsupported assumptions,
Resolution The MISO Tariff contains extensive dispute resolution procedures, which apply to disputes arising during the MTEP process. The pertinent requirements are set forth in Section I.C.14 of Tariff Attachment FF, which states as follows: 13 Dispute resolution: Consistent with Attachment HH of this Tariff, the Transmission Provider shall resolve disputes concerning MTEP issues.
numerous requirements established Section 206 of the FPA and the Commission's regulations. Under Section 206, BETM is required to carry the burden of proof in this proceeding.11 Rule 206 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure further requires BETM to "clearly identify the action or inaction which is alleged to violate applicable statutory or regulatory requirements"
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GI G953 G954 SIS Report

Existing operating procedure requires Nelson Dewey output to be reduced to 200 MW net output. 6. Voltage on the Eden 138 kV bus is below 0.90 following the fault. The addition of the 69 kV cap banks at Spring Green substation in 2010 solve this problem. G953/4 Interconnection System Impact Study Report - Revision 1 American Transmission Company Page 45 of 75 10/
performed under the former Large Generator Interconnection Procedures. The Interconnection Facilities Study for this project will be performed under the new Generator Interconnection Procedures, after the customer meets all milestones and deposits required by the Midwest ISO tariff. An Interconnection Facilities Study will specify in more detail the time and cost of the equipment,
of any known scheduled outage requirements. The scheduled outage requirements and associated evaluations will continue to be refined as project implementation details progress. Steady state analysis determined that interconnection of the full 99 MW to Line Y-130 between Elmo and Cuba City taps would require significant system upgrades to the surrounding 69 kV transmission system,
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2015-12-31 Docket No. ER16-675-000

Interconnection Customer owns the Generating Facility and it is required to serve load; or (v) documentation of application for state and local air, water, land or federal nuclear permits and that MISO ATTACHMENT X FERC Electric Tariff Generator Interconnection Procedures (GIP) ATTACHMENTS 40.0.0, 41.0.0 Effective On: March 30, 2016 the application is proceeding per regulations.
attesting that Interconnection Customer owns the Generating Facility and it is required to serve load; or (v) documentation of MISO ATTACHMENT X FERC Electric Tariff Generator Interconnection Procedures (GIP) ATTACHMENTS 41.0.0 Effective On: March 30, 2016 application for state and local air, water, land or federal nuclear permits and that the application is proceeding per regulations.
required to meet the requirements of this interconnection procedure. 6.0 An equipment package does not include equipment provided by the utility. 7.0 Any equipment package approved and listed in a state by that state's regulatory body for interconnected operation in that state prior to the effective date of these small generator interconnection procedures shall be considered certified
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2016-10-13 157 FERC 61,021 Docket Nos. ER16-1817-000; ER16-1346-000

WOW attempt to use the limited paper hearing procedures to circumvent the stakeholder process and force unjustified GIP changes in violation of the procedural requirements set forth in section 206 of the FPA.100 MISO states that AWEA/WOW's claims do not meet the content and evidentiary requirements of Rules 203 and 206 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure.
NRIS resource that clears in the Planning Resource Auction to satisfy its Local Clearing Requirement.199 In its answer, MISO states that the issue regarding participation of external customers in MISO's ancillary services market and Planning Resource Auction are not appropriate for 195 AWEA/WOW Protest at 14-17. 196 MISO Answer at 14-15.
s generator interconnection procedures (GIP) requires MISO to refund the payment upon satisfaction of the Initial Payment of a non-provisional GIA or upon commercial operation of the entire Generating Facility under a provisional GIA.48 As a result, for E-NRIS and NRIS-only customers, MISO states that it would have to refund the M2 Milestone Payment shortly upon receipt,
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2011-09-22 Docket No. EL10-86-000

The Midwest ISO Plan shall adhere to applicable reliability requirements of NERC, Regional Entities, or successor organizations, and Owners' planning criteria filed with federal, state, or local regulatory authorities, and applicable federal, state and local system planning and operating reliability criteria.
The Midwest ISO shall work with the Local Balancing Authorities, appropriate state agencies, Regional Entities, and other reliability coordinators to develop regional reliability plans and emergency operating procedures. 2. The Midwest ISO shall, in coordination with the Members and the Advisory Committee and in compliance with applicable state and federal laws and standards,
Customer submission of requirements to proceed with System Planning and Analysis Review.* MSO-21 Generator Interconnection Business Practices Manual BPM-015-r5 Effective date: MAR-21-2011 OPS-12 Public Page 13 Necessary Permits Application for state or local air, water, land, federal nuclear or hydroelectric permits at least submitted and beginning to proceed through approval process.
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2016-05-26 Docket No. EL16-12-000

s injection of unrelated issues violates the procedural requirements set forth in FPA Section 206,87 and Rules 203 and 206 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure.88 The Commission does not permit intervenors to expand a pending complaint because this circumvents the Commission's public notice requirements and deprives the 73 AWEA Brief at 24.
require MISO to report, on a monthly basis, various changes to its business practices and include a notice-and-comment procedure.8 The proposed report and procedures are unnecessary and should be rejected. MISO's business practices, as set forth in the MISO Business Practices Manuals ("BPMs"), are developed through an open stakeholder process and are posted for public reference on
intended to refer to is an implementing procedure directly contemplated by these filed coordination agreements. Such implementing procedures are properly placed in the BPM. IV. AWEA'S PROPOSED MONTHLY REPORTING AND NOTICE REQUIREMENT IS UNNECESSARY AND UNDULY BURDENSOME AND SHOULD BE REJECTED AWEA asks the Commission to include in the Tariff a monthly reporting and notice requirement,
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2016-06-16 155 FERC 61,277 Docket No. RM16-1-000

requirements that will be needed for the generator to reliably interconnect to the transmission system.150 This point in the 149 Section 8.1 of the pro forma Large Generator Interconnection Procedures state that, simultaneous with the delivery of the System Impact Study, the transmission provider must provide the interconnection customer with an Interconnection Facilities Study Agreement.
Both the pro forma Large Generator Interconnection Procedures and the pro forma Small Generator Interconnection Procedures require interconnecting (continued ...) 20160616-3098 FERC PDF (Unofficial) 06/16/2016 Docket No. RM16-1-000 -13 -14. The requirements adopted by this Final Rule are intended to ensure that all generators, both synchronous and non-synchronous,
and regional transmission organizations (RTOs) have been developing new reactive power requirements and procedures to address deficiencies in the current method of requiring transmission providers to show through a System Impact Study that reactive power from an interconnecting wind generator is necessary to ensure safety or reliability.
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2011-07-15 136 FERC 61,035 Docket No. EL11-43-000

5 of its old interconnection procedures requiring study agreements for re-studies and revised section 11.3.2 of the GIA to specify that re-study agreements would not be required to conduct re-studies before the execution of a GIA.57IV. A. Discussion 35. Pursuant to Rule 214 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure, 18 C.
execute an agreement it has previously executed, then the GIP should explicitly state this as a requirement; but as of this moment it does not.6643. MISO also asserts that the precedent set under Order No. 2003's transition process supports its position that the exemption in section 5.1.1.1 was meant to be a temporary exemption.
with the exception of the revised requirements in Appendix 6 to this Attachment X."The Complaint 18 Edison Mission states that section 5.1 became effective on August 25, 2008 pursuant to the Queue Reform Order.199. Edison Mission states that the Edison Wind Projects qualify for the exclusion under section 5.
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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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2012-03-30 138 FERC 61,250 Docket Nos. EL11-53-000, ER12-188-000; -001

otherwise be required if the GIP were followed, and to jump ahead in the queue.29 Complainants also state that MISO has rationalized the ability of a Net Zero interconnection policy to avoid the procedures required by the Tariff by viewing the existing generator as having the ability to subcontract a portion of the energy production that it is permitted to generate to some other third-
For Elm Creek Wind, MISO states that it was studied for both ERIS and NRIS under MISO's interconnection procedures consistent with Order No. 2003. Steady state thermal overloads were found in the study, but only one of the overloads exceeded the threshold to require an upgrade for ERIS, which the customer selected.
MISO claims that all three interconnection requests made the network upgrades required for their requested level of service under the rules in place at the time.115 72. MISO states that Trimont Wind was studied in a group study under MISO's procedures that predated Order No. 2003. The System Impact Study for Trimont Wind 109 Id.
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2011-07-29 Docket No. EL11-53-000

The Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure require a complainant to meet certain minimum requirements. Specifically, Rule 203 requires that all pleadings contain [1] the "relevant facts," and [2] the "position taken by the participant . . . and the basis in fact and law for such position.
xplain how the action or inaction violates applicable statutory standards or regulatory requirements." A complainant must state a legally recognizable claim that the Commission has the statutory or regulatory power to address.10 For the reasons outlined below, the Commission should dismiss the Complaint for failure to meet these requirements.
" Similarly, Rule 206 requires complainants to [3] "[c]learly identify the action or inaction which is alleged to violate applicable statutory standards or regulatory requirements [and] [e]xplain how the action or inaction violates applicable statutory standards or regulatory requirements.
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2015-06-23 Docket No. ER15-1740-000

the GIA stated that a solution had not yet been implemented.8 MISO reiterates that the time requirements in Sections 11.2 and 11.3 of its Generator Interconnection Procedures required that the GIA be filed despite the parties' unresolved issues and appreciates their ongoing efforts to agree upon updated language.
Leave to Answer and Answer under Rules 212 and 213 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC" or the "Commission"), 18 C.F.R. $$ 385.212 and 213 (2014). I. MOTION FOR LEAVE TO ANSWER While MISO recognizes that Rule 213 does not generally provide for answers to protests and comments, the Commission often permits such pleadings where,
the proposal to determine whether it meets MISO technical requirements. When these technical issues are resolved, the parties will amend the GIA. However, MISO asks that 6 May 18 Filing, Transmittal Letter, at 2-4 (citing Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc., 147 FERC 61,107 at PP 39-40 (2014) (discussing the amended generator interconnection agreement for Project Nos.
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2011-11-23 Docket Nos. ER12-188-000 and EL11-53-000

Rule 214 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure requires that a movant demonstrate (1) that it has a right to participate conferred by rule or statute, (2) that it has or represents "an interest which may be directly affected by the outcome of the proceeding[,]" and (3) that its participation is in the public interest.
Pursuant to Rule 213 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (the "Commission" or "FERC"), 18 C.F.R. $ 385.213 (2011), the Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, Inc. ("MISO") submits this Answer in response to the revised Motion to Intervene, Motion to Consolidate Dockets and Protest filed on November 15,
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Northern States Power Company (Gen)-Northern States Power Company (Trans) GIA J290 SA2680 1st Rev PUBLIC VER

unless Transmission Provider has established different requirements that apply to all generators in the Local Balancing Original Sheet No. 43 Authority on a comparable basis. The applicable Local Balancing Authority power factor requirements are listed on the Transmission Provider's website at https://www.
Procedures. Interconnection Study Agreement shall mean the form of agreement contained in Attachment B to Appendix 1 of the Generator Interconnection procedures for conducting all studies required by the Generator Interconnection Procedures. Interconnection System Impact Study shall mean an engineering study that evaluates the impact of the proposed interconnection on the safety
Each Party shall comply with the Applicable Reliability Council requirements. Each Party shall provide to any Party all information that may reasonably be required by that Party to comply with Applicable Laws and Regulations and Applicable Reliability Standards. Original Sheet No. 42 9.2 Local Balancing Authority Notification.
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Northern States Power Co dba Xcel Energy (Trans) -Northern States Power Co dba Xcel Energy (Gen) GIA J320/G237 SA1564 3rd Rev

Transmission Provider has established different requirements that apply to all generators in the Local Balancing Authority on a comparable basis. The applicable Local Balancing Authority power factor requirements are listed on the Transmission Provider's website at https://www.misoenergy.org/Library/Repository/Study/Generator%20Interconnec tion/Reactive%20Generator%20Requirements.
Procedures. Interconnection Study Agreement shall mean the form of agreement contained in Attachment B to Appendix 1 of the Generator Interconnection procedures for conducting all studies required by the Generator Interconnection Procedures. Interconnection System Impact Study shall mean an engineering study that evaluates the impact of the proposed interconnection on the safety
Each Party shall comply with the Applicable Reliability Council requirements. Each Party shall provide to any Party all information that may reasonably be required by that Party to comply with Applicable Laws and Regulations and Applicable Reliability Standards. 9.2 Local Balancing Authority Notification.
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Northern States Power Company (Trans)-Northern States Power Company (Gen) GIA G428 G725 G929 SA1716 1st Rev PUBLIC VER

95 lagging, unless Transmission Provider has established different requirements that apply to all generators in the Local Balancing Authority on acomparable basis. The applicable Local Balancing Authority power factor requirements are listed on the Transmission Provider's website at http://www.midwestmarket.
Procedures. Interconnection Study Agreement shall mean the form of agreement contained in Attachment B to Appendix 1 of the Generator Interconnection procedures for conducting all studies required by the Generator Interconnection Procedures. Interconnection System Impact Study shall mean an engineering study that evaluates the impact of the proposed interconnection on the safety
Each Party shall comply with the Applicable Reliability Council requirements. Each Party shall provide to any Party all information that may reasonably be required by that Party to comply with Applicable Laws and Regulations and Applicable Reliability Standards. 9.2 Local Balancing Authority Notification.
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