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2017-11-30 Docket No. ER18-364-000

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 55.
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2017-10-06 Docket No. ER18-39-000

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 MISO ATTACHMENT FF FERC Electric Tariff Transmission Expansion Planning Protocol ATTACHMENTS 55.
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 MISO ATTACHMENT FF FERC Electric Tariff Transmission Expansion Planning Protocol ATTACHMENTS 56.
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2016-05-19 Docket No. ER16-1746-000

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 48.
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2013-12-19 Docket No. ER14-721-000

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;
including accepted NERC reliability standards and reliability standards adopted by Regional Entities, 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 Regulations.
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2015-07-24 Docket No. ER15-2269-000

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.
In addition to the requirements of this Attachment FF, there may be state or local procedural requirements MISO ATTACHMENT FF FERC Electric Tariff Transmission Expansion Planning Protocol ATTACHMENTS 41.0.0 Effective On: July 25, 2015 applicable to the planning or siting of transmission facilities by the Transmission Owners.
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;
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2015-09-16 Docket No. ER15-2657-000

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.
In addition to the requirements of this Attachment FF, there may be state or local procedural requirements MISO ATTACHMENT FF FERC Electric Tariff Transmission Expansion Planning Protocol ATTACHMENTS 42.0.0 Effective On: November 16, 2015 applicable to the planning or siting of transmission facilities by the Transmission Owners.
0 Effective On: November 16, 2015 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;
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2016-02-03 Docket No. ER16-270-002

all such termination costs shall be chargeable to the Owners and the Owners will follow the procedures required by Section 19.3.1.2 of the Project Ownership Agreement; provided, however, the wind-up procedures that are followed by the Owners pursuant to the Project Ownership Agreement will not relieve the Owners of their obligations under this Agreement, including this Article 16.
limitations set forth in these Arbitration Procedures, including the waiver and other provisions set forth in Section 3.4.9 of this Schedule 1. 3.4.4 Procedures. The Arbitrator will establish reasonable procedures and requirements for the arbitration process; provided, however, unless all Disputing Parties agree otherwise, the procedures established by the Arbitrator will provide for:
and documentation requirements and procedures set forth in this Agreement. 6.4 Manner of Payment. All payments under this Agreement will be made by electronic funds transfer or wire transfer in immediately available funds for receipt by the due date. NSPW may change its account for receiving a payment or delivery by giving notice to the Construction Manager at least five (
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Duke Energy Shared Services-Allegheny Energy Supply Wheatland Generating Facility IA SA1433 1st Rev ER04-719

Compliance and Procedures. The Parties agree to comply with (A) all applicable Environmental Laws which affect the ability of the Parties to meet their obligations under this Agreement; and (B) all local notification and response procedures required for all applicable environmental and safety manners which affect the ability the Parties to meet their obligations under this Agreement.
Wheatland will schedule the output of the Facility in accordance with the procedures required by the Midwest ISO. (2) Generation Control Error. It is the responsibility of Wheatland to minimize its Generation Control Error, the instantaneous difference between the actual output of the Facility and the aggregate energy schedules from the Facility, at all times.
disrupt or interfere with the normal operations of its business and that the Party provided access adheres to the safety rules and procedures established by the Party providing access. Each Party will execute such documents as another Party may require to enable it to establish record evidence of such access rights. 2.3.2 Term. The access rights granted to a Party under Section 2.
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American Transmission Company-Multi Party Construction Management Agreement 2nd Sub SA2863 ER16-270 PUBLIC VER

all such termination costs shall be chargeable to the Owners and the Owners will follow the procedures required by Section 19.3.1.2 of the Project Ownership Agreement; provided, however, the wind-up procedures that are followed by the Owners pursuant to the Project Ownership Agreement will not relieve the Owners of their obligations under this Agreement, including this Article 16.
limitations set forth in these Arbitration Procedures, including the waiver and other provisions set forth in Section 3.4.9 of this Schedule 1. 3.4.4 Procedures. The Arbitrator will establish reasonable procedures and requirements for the arbitration process; provided, however, unless all Disputing Parties agree otherwise, the procedures established by the Arbitrator will provide for:
and documentation requirements and procedures set forth in this Agreement. 6.4 Manner of Payment. All payments under this Agreement will be made by electronic funds transfer or wire transfer in immediately available funds for receipt by the due date. NSPW may change its account for receiving a payment or delivery by giving notice to the Construction Manager at least five (
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2015-12-15 Docket No. ER16-270-001

all such termination costs shall be chargeable to the Owners and the Owners will follow the procedures required by Section 19.3.1.2 of the Project Ownership Agreement; provided, however, the wind-up procedures that are followed by the Owners pursuant to the Project Ownership Agreement will not relieve the Owners of their obligations under this Agreement, including this Article 16.
limitations set forth in these Arbitration Procedures, including the waiver and other provisions set forth in Section 3.4.9 of this Schedule 1. 3.4.4 Procedures. The Arbitrator will establish reasonable procedures and requirements for the arbitration process; provided, however, unless all Disputing Parties agree otherwise, the procedures established by the Arbitrator will provide for:
and documentation requirements and procedures set forth in this Agreement. 6.4 Manner of Payment. All payments under this Agreement will be made by electronic funds transfer or wire transfer in immediately available funds for receipt by the due date. NSPW may change its account for receiving a payment or delivery by giving notice to the Construction Manager at least five (
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2015-11-05 Docket No. ER16-270-000

termination costs shall be chargeable to the Owners and the Owners will follow the procedures required by Section 19.3.1.2 of the Project Ownership Agreement; provided, however, the wind-up procedures that are followed by the Owners pursuant to the Project Ownership Agreement will not relieve relieve the Owners of their obligations under this Agreement, including this Article 16.
limitations set forth in these Arbitration Procedures, including the waiver and other provisions set forth in Section 3.4.9 of this Schedule 1. 3.4.4 Procedures. The Arbitrator will establish reasonable procedures and requirements for the arbitration process; provided, however, unless all Disputing Parties agree otherwise, the procedures established by the Arbitrator will provide for:
and documentation requirements and procedures set forth in this Agreement. 6.4 Manner of Payment. All payments under this Agreement will be made by electronic funds transfer or wire transfer in immediately available funds for receipt by the due date. NSPW may change its account for receiving a payment or delivery by giving notice to the Construction Manager at least five (
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NSP-Hutchinson MN (City of) TIA SA1759 ER06-1519

The uniform policy enables them to avoid misunderstanding or misapplying an unfamiliar procedure at a new or different work location. Also, a uniform system enables employee training and safety programs to function more effectively. Federal and State OSHA requires at 29CFR1926.951(d) that "all switches and disconnectors are plainly tagged indicating that men are at work".
This SPAR establishes procedures required by SPAR 20 for NSP Electric. II. Action: This SPAR defines the recommended methods to be used for identification and control of operational status of equipment, the requirements for equipment isolation and activation, adherence to requirements, and the records to be maintained in NSP Electric.
Discipline The NSP Positive Discipline and Crisis Suspension procedures shall be in effect for violations of this SPAR. XIII. Business Unit Application All Business Units shall be required to write procedures for installation into PART B of this SPAR by 1/1/91. The procedures shall take into consideration the items mentioned under PART A.
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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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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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2012-05-17 139 FERC 61,132 Docket No. RM10-23-001 (Order 1000-A)

his Final Rule does not require removal of references to such state or local laws or regulations from Commission-approved tariffs or agreements."465 Accordingly, such a right based on a state or local law or regulation would still exist under state or local law even if removed from the Commission-jurisdictional tariff or agreement,
require the interregional transmission coordination procedures to meet the requirements of the transmission planning principles required for local planning (under Order No. 890) and regional planning (under Order No. 1000).596 The Commission explained that stakeholders will have the opportunity to participate fully in the consideration of interregional transmission facilities during
to amend their OATTs to describe procedures that provide for the consideration of transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements in the local and regional transmission planning processes.345 By considering transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements, the Commission explained that it meant: (1) the identification,
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2011-12-15 Docket No. RM10-17-001

procedures require draft opinions to be posted before they may be finalized. 10. We deny CAISO's motion to lodge. Although CAISO indicated in its request for clarification and rehearing that a final version of the Market Surveillance Committee opinion would be forthcoming, the draft submitted with the request for clarification and rehearing bears little resemblance to the final opinion
7 The majority claims the request was made out-of-time, despite CAISO's internal procedures that require draft opinions to be posted before they are finalized. The motion by CAISO and its Market Surveillance Committee illustrates many of the difficulties stakeholders are having with their efforts to comply with this rule.
stated that, "an iterative process to look at impacts on market price, my opinion is that would be very costly and difficult to do, if we could even do it."138 They further state that in requiring compliance filings for the monthly net benefits test, as well as the study of a dynamic process, the Commission did not consider or resolve whether the test is feasible for implementation
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2014-10-16 148 FERC 61,049 Docket No. EL14-12-000

MISO TOs argue that the Commission should dismiss the Complaint because it fails to satisfy the procedural requirements of Rule 206 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure. MISO TOs assert that Complainants have not satisfied the 43 The Commission subsequently issued an errata notice that corrected the Docket No. to read EL14-12-000.
the procedures should consist of two phases. First, Complainants state that MISO TOs should be directed to take part in settlement procedures with a Commission settlement judge, with a prescribed deadline (e.g., 60 days). Second, if the settlement process does not yield a certified offer of settlement within a prescribed period of time,
MISO TOs state that the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure do not relieve Complainants from meeting their FPA section 206 burden. MISO TOs contend that they do not dispute that the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure may provide guidance to the Commission, but that Complainants cannot avoid meeting their burden under FPA section 206 by resorting to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
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2011-02-15 Docket No. ER11-2275-000

and that the Commission grant a waiver of any otherwise applicable procedural requirements. The present amendment of the effective date does not modify any other aspect of the December 1 filing. As the Midwest ISO has noted, the August 30 Order requires the Midwest ISO to re-file in Docket Nos. EL07-86, et al.
a waiver of any otherwise applicable procedural requirements. Sincerely, Arthur W. Iler Assistant General Counsel Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, Inc. Michael L. Kessler Daniel M. Malabonga Duane Morris LLP Counsel for the Midwest ISO TAB A Midwest ISO Substitute Second Revised Sheet No.
in that proceeding states that they will be effective ten (10) days after the filing of a notice with the Commission verifying that the required systems are in place. Accordingly, because the Midwest ISO anticipates the systems needed to implement the RSG Redesign accepted by the August 30 Order will also be ready on April 1,
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2010-06-03 131 FERC 61214 Docket No. EL07-86-004 et al

of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedures requires such requests to be filed within 30 days after the order is issued,10 and the Financial Marketers filed the rehearing request under discussion here more than 10 months after the Order on Complaints was issued. The Financial Marketers' request is thus out of time.
The Financial Marketers state that these issues cannot be adequately addressed in a written record and thus require an evidentiary hearing. 7. Finally, the Financial Marketers state that the Order Commencing Paper Hearing appears to go too far by stating that a primary task of this proceeding is to determine what would be a just and reasonable rate.
violates due process and the requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act. More specifically, the Financial Marketers argue that because they will have no opportunity for discovery or cross-examination, and because they will have only twenty days to prepare reply briefs, the paper hearing will result in an inadequate record to support a reasoned decision regarding the Complainants'
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20150924 Stakeholder Process Redesign Workshop 3 TO Additional Comments.pdf

is doomed to fail because it is too formal and requires too much policing. Some structural and organizational changes are needed in order to force change to occur. It is not realistic to expect that the behavior of stakeholders (forum shopping, failure to adhere to all the detailed procedural requirements, etc.
regions to host provides an opportunity for some who cannot travel to Carmel the ability to meet with other Stakeholders more locally. Structure/Org Chart 1. Only if the work has been completed or can be consolidated within another group. 2. The Parent Entity should be the Policy Making entity, not the technical entity. Issues should not be technically vetted in the Parent Entity.
Need to be more specific about who enforces assignment procedures, probably should be parent committee MidAmerican comments: 2: This would not necessarily imply a top down approach by the Advisory Committee; for example, the Market Roadmap priorities could still be developed within the Market Subcommittee with a recommendation for approval to the AC.
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2017-02-01 158 FERC ¶ 61,107 Docket No. E17-8-000

requirement of Rule 206(b)(4) of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure requiring a complainant to make a good faith effort to quantify the financial impact or burden created for the complainant.66 29. MISO acknowledges that NERC has noted a decline in primary frequency response, but asserts that this decline will likely be addressed by requiring generators to have governors
Load Modifying Resource17 satisfying five MW of Planning Reserve Margin Requirement under Module E of the MISO Tariff. Indianapolis Power states that, to qualify as a Load Modifying Resource, the Battery Facility must provide, on 12-hour notice, continuous energy for a four-hour period. 8. Indianapolis Power states that the Battery Facility achieved commercial operation on May 20,
Indianapolis Power explains that its Battery Facility manages its own state of charge so that it is continuously available, and that state of charge management for the 244 nodes occurs simultaneously with the provision of service.94 Indianapolis Power asserts that the Battery Facility does not require a rest period to charge.
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2007 Quarterly Capital Project Closeout Report

The end result will be the hardware, software, and procedures required for the Midwest ISO to run the Markets for both Operating Reserves and Regulation. The capital expenditures being placed into service from the ASM 2006 Phase only reflects the infrastructure required to support project development.
By spreading the reserve sharing requirements across a larger footprint, the individual reserve requirements for the participating Balancing Authorities will decrease. The deliverables will include a Reserve Sharing Software system, with the additional functionality of a Settlements component.
for Schedule Allocation Midwest ISO Summary of Capital Projects Placed Into Service 1st Quarter 2007 Enterprise Selection, purchase Solid State and Indirect Asset Storage Proof of Concept (PoC) This PoC centers around performance and scalability gains that can be achieved through the deployment of solid state disk systems. Storage hardware and cabling was procured for this project.
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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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2015 State of the Market Report

local resource zones primarily based on transmission constraints and local reliability requirements. 2015-5 7 Implement Firm Capacity Delivery Procedures with PJM. 2015-6 7 Improve the modeling of transmission constraints in the PRA. 2015-7 7 Improve the physical withholding mitigation measures for the PRA by addressing uneconomic retirements and recognizing affiliates.
more than double the rate that would be required to permanently define an NCA). This provision would help ensure that transitory network conditions do not allow the exercise of substantial local market power. 2015 State of the Market Report Page 76 IX. DEMAND RESPONSE Demand response improves operational reliability, contributes to resource adequacy,
The obligation is set by the greater of the system-wide planning reserve requirement or the local clearing requirement. The minimum amount is the local clearing requirement, which is equal to the local resource requirement minus the maximum level of capacity imports. The maximum amount is equal to the obligation plus the maximum level of capacity exports.
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Northern States Power Company-North Star Solar PV LLC J385 GIA 1st Rev. SA2871 ER17-329

unless Transmission Provider has established different requirements that apply to all generators in the Local Original Sheet No. 43 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.
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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