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20150820 TDQS Item 03 Attachment FF v41_Proposed Edits CLEAN

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: TBD 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;
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 42.
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20170518 RECBWG Item 02 Draft Attachment FF v54 TMEP Redlines

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 54.
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20170420 RECBWG Item 02 Draft Attachment FF TMEP Redlines

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 54.
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20161213 RECBWG Item 03 Attachment FF

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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20150820 TDQS Item 03 Attachment FF v41_Proposed Edits REDLINE

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 412.0.0 Effective On: TBDJuly 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;
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 412.
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20170616 CTTT Proposed Tariff Modifications Attachment FF DRAFT

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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20170719 PAC Item 03d Proposed Tariff Modifications_Attachment FF

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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20170720 CTTT Proposed Tariff Modifications Attachment FF

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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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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2013-08-15 Docket No. ER13-2162-000

South Region as additional Transmission Owners and Local Balancing Authorities over which MISO would assume responsibility as the Reliability Coordinator ("RC"). as of December 19, 2013. 6 As required by the NERC procedures, MISO submitted the Revised Reliability Plan for review by designated committees of the four Regional Entities with the authority over MISO's combined footprint.
NERC TLR or local procedures) or the new process outlined in Section 4 of the ORCA to manage congestion on its system. As with the processes used in Phase One, the refinements in Phase Two and Phase Three for two and one day-ahead commitments to derive the market flow limits will further reduce the impacts on MISO's market operations.
"TLR") or local procedures) or the new process outlined in Section 4, to the extent the parties have developed and agreed to the concepts therein, to manage congestion on its system. (iv) The parties shall use good faith efforts to develop the Total Dispatch Flow Limit concept for subsequent use in Phases Two and Three,
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20170501 MUG MOD-033 Procedure Document DRAFT

with Transmission Planners using reference item 10 to develop a requirement for for provision of dynamic load data by Transmission Owners or to use local procedures and Tariff references to obtain dynamic load data. R3. Upon receipt of written notification from its Planning Coordinator or Transmission Planner regarding technical concerns with the data submitted under Requirement R2,
Coordination Daily Base case Steady State Validation , Dynamic Model Validation PSSE .raw or .sav format Table 5-1A list of data required from RC and TOP End of procedure. Reference materials provided in Appendices. 13 If positive sequence data is not available, then MISO would require the process and information to convert it in positive sequence 14 If available with TOP and RC
027 Requirement R2 support the use of measured system disturbance data to provide interim parameters for the model. MISO 18 5 Data acquisition from RC and TOP per requirement R2 Requirement R2 of MOD-033 requirement states: R2. Each Reliability Coordinator and Transmission Operator shall provide actual system behavior data (
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2011-07-21 Final Rule Order 1000 Docket No. RM10-23

Requirements for which potential transmission solutions will be evaluated in the local or regional transmission planning processes. As part of the process for identifying transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements, such procedures must allow stakeholders an opportunity to provide input, and offer proposals regarding the transmission needs they believe are driven by Public
such requirements arise from state or federal laws or regulations that drive transmission needs and as long as the requirements of the procedures required herein are met. 215. Some commenters request that we specify EPA regulations or FPA section 217 as Public Policy Requirements driving potential transmission needs relevant for consideration in the transmission planning process.
transmission providers be required to state the baseline methodology on which load forecasts are based. However, Anbaric and PowerBridge suggest consideration of internal procedures to treat transmission project information as confidential, including protections to ensure that transmission projects that are not selected in the regional transmission plan will remain confidential.
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20130709 MSC Item 05i Execution Copy v2 Operations Reliability Coordination Agt 20130619

"TLR") or local procedures) or the new process outlined in Section 4, to the extent the parties have developed and agreed to the concepts therein, to manage congestion on its system. (iv) The parties shall use good faith efforts to develop the Total Dispatch Flow Limit concept for subsequent use in Phases Two and Three,
NERC TLR or local procedures) or the new process outlined in Section 4, to the extent the parties have developed and agreed to the concepts therein, to manage congestion on its system. (iii) Prior to commencement of Phase Three, the parties will develop the Total Dispatch Flow Limit calculation for Phase Three (i.
, NERC TLR or local procedures) or the new process outlined in Section 4, to the extent the parties have developed and agreed to the concepts therein, to manage congestion on its system. 3. The Post-OTP Period. The OTP shall end no later than April 1, 2015.
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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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2015-06-15 No. 14-2153

requirements arise from local, state, or federal laws or regulations that drive transmission needs and as long as the requirements of the procedures required in Order No. 1000 are met.151 In addition, Order No. 1000 does not preclude any public utility transmission provider from considering in its transmission planning process transmission needs driven by additional public policy
1000 required public utility transmission providers to amend their tariffs to include procedures for the consideration of transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements in both the local and regional transmission planning processes.42 Public Policy Requirements are requirements established by local, state or federal laws or regulations (i.
MISO states that, unless the Tariff expressly articulates deference to state or local rights of first refusal, the Tariff may be construed as requiring MISO to implement its transmission developer selection procedure even when a state or local right of first refusal that would require selection of the incumbent transmission owner clearly applies.
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2015-10-02 No. 14-2153

requirements arise from local, state, or federal laws or regulations that drive transmission needs and as long as the requirements of the procedures required in Order No. 1000 are met.151 In addition, Order No. 1000 does not preclude any public utility transmission provider from considering in its transmission planning process transmission needs driven by additional public policy
1000 required public utility transmission providers to amend their tariffs to include procedures for the consideration of transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements in both the local and regional transmission planning processes.42 Public Policy Requirements are requirements established by local, state or federal laws or regulations (i.
MISO states that, unless the Tariff expressly articulates deference to state or local rights of first refusal, the Tariff may be construed as requiring MISO to implement its transmission developer selection procedure even when a state or local right of first refusal that would require selection of the incumbent transmission owner clearly applies.
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2015-05-29 Docket No. ER15-1812-000

Protocols" shall mean the procedures and requirements set forth in Schedules A and B of this Agreement. 1.2.20 Services "Services" shall mean Black Start Services, Control and Operation Services, Emergency Response Services, and OASIS Services. 1.2.21 SOC "SOC" shall mean the ATCLLC System Operations Center (SOC) near Stoughton,
5 kV System and (ii) the procedures required to preserve all applicable manufacturers' warranties. 4.3 Control and Operation Services (a) Except as specifically provided in this Agreement or in the Protocols, ATCLLC shall provide Control and Operation Services for all Transmission Facilities and East 34.
standards and procedures necessary to preserve coverages under all insurance policies applicable to the Transmission Facilities and the East 34.5 kV Facilities and (ii) the procedures required to preserve all applicable manufacturers' warranties. 5.7 Real-time Data and Information Sharing Alliant Energy Corporate Services shall provide all real-
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2013-03-22 142 FERC 61,215 Docket ER13-187-000; -001; ER13-186-000

requirements arise from local, state, or federal laws or regulations that drive transmission needs and as long as the requirements of the procedures required in Order No. 1000 are met.151 In addition, Order No. 1000 does not preclude any public utility transmission provider from considering in its transmission planning process transmission needs driven by additional public policy
further compliance filing to clarify in its Tariff that it will also consider duly enacted laws or regulations passed by a local governmental entity. 97. While the procedures required in Order No. 1000 are intended to be flexible enough to allow stakeholders to suggest the consideration of transmission needs driven by any Public Policy Requirement, the Commission declined in Order No.
State or Local Rights of First Refusal must be removed from its Tariff. MISO is correct that Order No. 1000 does not require removal from Commission-jurisdictional tariffs or agreements references to state or local laws or regulations with respect to construction of transmission facilities, including but not limited to authority over siting or permitting of transmission facilities.
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2015-09-25 No. 14-2153

requirements arise from local, state, or federal laws or regulations that drive transmission needs and as long as the requirements of the procedures required in Order No. 1000 are met.151 In addition, Order No. 1000 does not preclude any public utility transmission provider from considering in its transmission planning process transmission needs driven by additional public policy
1000 required public utility transmission providers to amend their tariffs to include procedures for the consideration of transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements in both the local and regional transmission planning processes.42 Public Policy Requirements are requirements established by local, state or federal laws or regulations (i.
MISO states that, unless the Tariff expressly articulates deference to state or local rights of first refusal, the Tariff may be construed as requiring MISO to implement its transmission developer selection procedure even when a state or local right of first refusal that would require selection of the incumbent transmission owner clearly applies.
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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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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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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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