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GBC Metals LLC (GBCI) Network Operating Agreement

operate as a Local Balancing Authority Area under applicable guidelines of the North American Electric Reliability Council ("NERC") and the applicabler egionalr eliability council,( 2) satisff its Local BalancingA uthority Area requirements,in cluding all necessaryA ncillary Services,b y contractingw ith the Midwest ISO or ITC,
b y contractingw ith the Midwest ISO or ITC, as applicableo, r (3) satis$ its Local BalancingA uthority Area requirements, includinga ll necessaryAncillaryS ervicesb, y contractingw ith anothere ntity,c onsistent with GoodU tility Practice,w hich satisfiesN ERC andt he applicabler egionalr eliability council requirements.
X Spinning Operating Reserve-X Supplemental Note: The Network Customer shall alrange for all Local Balancing Authority Area requirements including necessaryA ncillary Services.T heser equirementsc an be met by operatinga s a Local BalancingA uthority Area, conftactingw ith the TransmissionP rovider,o r by contractingw ith a Third Party.
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Energy Services Providers Inc. (8890) Network Operating Agreement

operate as a Local Balancing Authority Area under applicable guidelines of the North American Electric Reliability Council (*NERC") and the ap licable regional reliability council, (2) satisfy its Local Balancing Authority Area requirements, including all necessary Ancillary Services, by contracting with the Midwest ISO or 1TC,
satisfy its Local Balancing Authority Area requirements, including all necessary Ancillary Seruices, by contracting with another entity, consistent with Good Utility Practice, which satisfies NERC and the applicable regional reliability council requirements" The Midwest ISO shall not uffeasonablyrefuse to accept contractual arrangements with another entity for Ancillary Services'
term planning requirements are attached and incorporated hereto: Exhibit Titlq Equipment to lntegrate the Network Customer into the Transmission System Data Transfer C Software D Long-Term Planning E Local Balancing Authority Area Requirements The Tariff, Applieation, Service Agreement, Transaction Specifications and Exhibit WDS are incorporated hetein and made a part hereof.
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Marceline Missouri (City of) (MARC) Network Operating Agreement

b y contractingw ith the Midwest ISO or ITC, as applicable, or (3) satisff its Local Balancing Authority Area requirements, including all necessaryA ncillary Servicesb, y contractingw ith anothere ntity, consistent with Good Utility Practice, which satisfies NERC and the applicable regional reliability council requirements.
term planning requirements are attached and incorporated hereto: Exhibit ABC Tifle Equipment to Integrate the Network Customer into the TransmissionS ystern Data Transfer Software D Long-Term Planning E Local Balancing Authority Area Requirements 7.0 The Tariff, Application, ServiceA greement,T ransactionS pecificationsa nd Exhibit WDS are incorporatedh ereina ndm adea part hereof.
Supplemental FROM TRANSMISSION PROVIDER CUSTOMER AS CONTROL AREA FROM THIRD PARTY Note: The Network Customer shall a:range for all Local Balancing Authority Area requirements includingn ecessaryA ncillary Services.T heser equirementsc an be met by operatinga s a Local BalancingA uthority Area, contractingw ith the TransmissionP rovider,o r by contractingw ith a Third Party.
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Nordic Energy Services LLC (NESL) Network Operating Agreement

Supplemental FROM TRANSMISSION PROVIDER X CUSTOMER AS CONTROL AREA FROM THIRD PARTY XX XXX Note: The Network Customer shall arrange for all Local Balancing Authority Area requirements including necessary Ancillary Services. These requirements can be met by operating as a Local Balancing Authority Area, contracting with the Transmission Provider, or by contracting with a Thfud Party.
term planning requirements are attached and incorporated hereto: Exhibit ABCDE Title Equipment o Integratet he NetworkC ustomerin to the TransmissioSn ystem Data Transfer Software Long-Term Planning Local Balancing Authority Area Requirements 7.0 The Tariff, Application,S erviceA greementT, ransactionS pecificationsa ndE xhibit WDS arei ncorporatedh ereina ndm adea part hereof.
operate as a Local Balancing Authority Area under applicable guidelines of the North American Electric Reliability Council ("NERC") and the applicable regional reliability council, (2) satisfy its Local Balancing Authority Area requirementsi,n cluding all necessaryA ncillary Services,b y contractingw ith the Midwest ISO or ITC,
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Hutchinson Utilities Commission (HUC) Network Operating Agreement

y contractingw ith the Midwest ISO or ITC, as applicableo, r (3) satis$ its Local BalancingA uthority Area requirements, includinga ll necessarAy ncillary Servicesb, y contractingw ith anothere ntity,c onsistent with GoodU tility Practicew, hich satisfiesN ERC andt he applicabler egionalr eliability council requirements.
Supplemental FROM TRANSMISSION PROVIDER CUSTOMER AS CONTROL AREA FROM THIRD PARTY Note: The Network Customer shall arrange for all Local Balancing Authority Area requirements including necessaryA ncillary Services. Theser equirementsc an be met by operatinga s a Local BalancingA uthority Area, contractingw ith the TransmissionP rovider,o r by contractingw ith a Third Party.
Term Planning E Local Balancing Authority Area Requirements 7.0 The Tarifl Application,S erviceA greementT, ransactionS pecificationsa ndE xhibit WDS are incorporated herein and made a part hereof. 8.0 If the Network Customerh as either Network Resourceso r Network Load within an ITC Balancing Authority Area, Network Customer shall,
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North Central Power Co. Inc. (NCP) Network Operating Agreement

y contractingw ith the Midwest ISO or ITC, as applicable, or (3) satisff its Local Balancing Authority Area requirements, including all necessaryA ncillary Services,b y contractingw ith anothere ntity, consistent with Good Utility Practice, which satisfiesNERC and the applicable regional reliability council requirements.
planning requirements are attached and incorporated hereto: E)*ribit ABC Title Equipmentto lntegrate the Network Customer into the Transmission System Data Transfer Software 7.0 8.0 D Long-Term Planning E Local Balancing Authority Area Requirements The Tariff, Application, ServiceA greement,T ransactionS pecificationsa nd Exhibit WDS are incorporatedh ereina nd madea part hereof.
Spinning Operating Reserve-Supplemental XXXXX Note: The Network Customer shall arrange for all Local Balancing Authority Area requirements including necessaryA ncillary Services. Theser equirementsc an be met by operatinga s a Local Balancing Authority Are4 contracting with the Transmission Provider, or by contracting with a Third Party.
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EDF Energy Services, LLC (EIPS) Network Operating Agreement

Supplemental FROM CUSTOMER ac FROM TRANSMISSION THIRD PROVIDER CONTROL AREA PARTY Note: The Network Customer shall arrange for all Local Balancing Authority Area requirements includingn ecessarAy ncillary Services.T heser equirementcsa nb e met by operatinga sa Local BalancingA uthority Area, contractingw ith the TransmissionP rovider,o r by contractingw ith a Third Partv.
y contractingw ith the Midwest ISO or ITC, asa pplicableo, r (3) satisff its Local BalancingA uthority Area requirements, includinga ll necessarAy ncillary Servicesb, y contractingw ith anothere ntity,c onsistent with GoodU tility Practicew, hich satisfiesN ERC andt he applicabler egionalr eliability councilr equirementsT.
Term Planning E Local Balancing Authority Area Requirements The Tariff, Application,S erviceA greementT, ransactionS pecificationsa ndE xhibit WDS arei ncorporatedh ereina ndm adea part hereof. If the Network Customerh as either Network Resourceso r Network Load within an ITC Balancing Authority Area, Network Customer shall,
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City Springfield IL Transferred Facilities

s local balancing authority area but is owned by AmerenCILCO and is under AmerenCILCO's functional control. Y 343502 Dallman IL 138 138 Y 343505 Interstate IL 138 138 Y 343507 Eastdale IL 138 138 Y 343509 Taintor IL 138 138 Y 343511 Palomino IL 138 138 Y 343513 Westchester IL 138 138 Y 343514 Spaulding IL 138 138 Y City of Springfield,
and is within the CWLP local balancing authority (LBA) and under the functional control of CWLP. The Village of Chatham, IL is a member of the Illinois Municipal Electric Agency (IMEA) Y 343534 Washington IL 138 138 Y 343539 Porter IL 138 138 Y 2 of 11 Transmission Owner: Submittal Date: Substations or Switching Stations Substation Name State Nominal Max kV Nominal Min kV Sub ID (
Illinois and is within the CWLP local balancing authority (LBA) and under the functional control of CWLP. The Village of Chatham, IL is a member of the Illinois Municipal Electric Agency (IMEA) Y Non-transferred Transmission Facilities that are subject to Appendix G (Agency Agreement) of the Transmission Owners Agreement.
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Viridian Energy PA LLC (4545) Network Operating Agreement (NOA).pdf

by contracting with the Midwest ISO or ITC, as applicable, or (3) satisfy its Local Balancing Authority Area requirements, including all necessary Ancillary Services, by contracting with another entity, consistent with Good lJtility Practice, which satisfies NERC and the applicable regional reliability council requirements.
The Network Customer shall arrange for all lncal Balancing Authority Area requirements including necessary Ancillary Services. These requirements can be met by operating as a Local Balancing Authority Are4 contracting with the Transmission Provider, orby contracting with a Third Partv. The elections of the Network Customer shall be noted above.
operate as a Local Balancing Authority Area under applicable guidelines of the North American Electric Reliability Council ('I{ERC') and the applicable regional reliability council, (2) satis$ its Incal Balancing Authority Area requirements, including all necessary Ancillary Services, by contracting with the Midwest ISO or ITC,
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MISO COMPLETES LARGEST-EVER POWER GRID INTEGRATION

six local balancing authorities and 33 new market participants from Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas and Missouri to MISO. This new region - referred to as MISO South - includes the following transmission owners and local balancing authorities: Entergy (Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Gulf States and New Orleans)
As the Reliability Coordinator for all the incoming Local Balancing Authorities (LBA), MISO was already familiar with reliability operations in the South and began modeling these entities for market activity in a staging environment in early December. After midnight, the Locational Marginal Pricing went into effect in the new territory.
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Great Lakes Utilities (GLU) Network Operating Agreement

b y contractingw ith the Midwest ISO or ITC, as applicable, or (3) satisfu its Local Balancing Authority Area requirements, including all necessaryA ncillary Services,b y contractingw ith anothere ntity, consistent with Good Utility Practice,w hich satisfiesN ERC and the applicabler egionalr eliability council requirements.
term planning requirements are attached and incorporated hereto: Exhibit Title Equipment to lntegrate the Network Customer into the Transmission System Data Transfer Software Long-Term Planning Local Balancing Authority Area Requirements The Tarifl Application, ServiceA greement,T ransactionS pecificationsa nd Exhibit WDS are incorporated herein and made a pa.
operate as a Local Balancing Authority Area under applicable guidelines of the North American Electric Reliability Council ("NERC") and the applicable regionai reliability council, (2) satisfy its Local Balancing Authority Area requirementsi,n cluding all necessaryA ncillary Services,b y contractingw ith the Midwest ISO or ITC,
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Public Power LLC (0688) Network Operating Agreement

Supplemental FROM TRANSMISSION PROVIDER CUSTOMER AS CONTROL AREA FROM THIRD PARTY Note: The Network Customer shall affange for all Local Balancing Authority Area requirements includingn ecessarAy ncillary Services.T heser equirementcsa nb e met by operatinga sa Local BalancingA uthority Area, contractingw ith the TransmissionP rovider,o r by contractingw ith a Third Party.
y contractingw ith the Midwest ISO or ITC, asa pplicableo, r (3) satisfr its Local BalancingA uthority Area requirements, includinga ll necessarAy ncillary Servicesb, y contractingw ith anothere ntity, consistent with GoodU tility Practicew, hich satisfiesN ERC andt he applicabler egionalr eliability councilr equirementsT.
LOCAL BALANCING AUTHORITY AREA REQUIREMENTS SERVICE SchedulingS, ystem Control and Redispatch Reactive Supply and Voltage Control Regulation and FrequencyR esponse Energy Imbalance OperatingR eserve-Spinning Operating Reserve-Supplemental FROM TRANSMISSION PROVIDER CUSTOMER AS CONTROL AREA FROM THIRD PARTY Note: The Network Customer shall affange for all Local Balancing Authority
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Independent Load Forecasts

annual energy and seasonal peak demand at the Local Resource Zone (LRZ) and MISO system-wide levels. SUFG develops econometric models for each State in the MISO footprint to forecast retail sales for a 10-year period. Utilizing these statewide energy forecasts, SUFG constructs annual energy forecasts for each LRZ, while accounting for the fraction of statewide load included in each
Load Forecast at the Local Resource Zones using the aggregated forecasts submitted by the Load Serving Entities (LSE) and Transmission Owners (TOs). By examining the SUFG results in comparison to the aggregated LSE forecasts, suitably adjusted for diversity, we can determine whether there is a meaningful difference between the results and then seek to understand those differences.
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Load Integration Checklist

Requirements > Transmission Service Agreements > Local Security Administrator (LSA) Registration > Security Officer (if applicable due to Transmission Service) > Submitting all Legal documents (some must be notarized) Meet all Credit requirements (Attachment L) NOTE: must meet all Credit obligations prior to becoming a Certified Market Participant LSA Granted Access to MISO Market
Materials to Review MISO Energy and Operating Reserves Tariff Local Security Administrator (LSA) User Guide for Non-Market Participants Local Security Administrator (LSA) Policy Attachment L - Credit Policy (MISO Energy and Operating Reserves Tariff) BPM 001 -Market Registration Page 2 DRAFT Version 1 (8-May-2012) Load Checklist BPM 002 -Energy and Operating Reserve Markets BPM 004 -
Configure systems to submit MTLF forecasts in the required format and frequency via MISO FTP Configure systems to submit monthly peak meter data in the required format and frequency via MISO FTP Provide Short Term Load Forecast (STLF) and Mid Term Load Forecast (MTLF) Review & Confirm Submitted Commercial Model Data Obtain access to view data in the Customer Connectivity Environment (
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Southern Region Integration Timeline

Load Clearing Requirement Capacity Import Limit Capacity Export Limit PY Planning Year EER Submit FRAP for PY 2013-14 EDC Electric Distribution Company GMA Grand Mother Agreement TSR Transmission Service Reservation Acronyms Local Resource Zone NERC RC Certification Complete Energy Efficiency Resource Submit Peak Load for PY 2013-14 including:
Complete Market Collateral Requirements Integrate into MISO Market Generator x Complete Module B-1 Collateral Requirements Full TSR Process Cutover RC Service / BA Integration NERC RC Certification Site Visits (Apr 8-12) Begin RC Services Complete Closed Loop Testing NERC BA Certification Site Visits (Sep 23-27) NERC Final BA Certification Transmission Owner
Local Balancing Authorities (last date for pseudo-ties; effective 12/19) Asset Registration File Redlined Attachment O Template with FERC (if necessary) MISO publishes Loss of Load Expectation Report for PY 2014-2015 Submit GADs data and GVTC for PY 2014-15 Deadline for Module E Capacity Tracking Submittals Module E Capacity Tracking Tool Available for Data Submission with Capacity
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New Peak Demand Record Set in MISO Region

temperatures continuing to bake much of the United States, MISO successfully managed its highest demand ever for electricity in the grid operator's 12-state market area, with demand peaking at 103,975 megawatts (MWs), surpassing the last record of 103,246 MWs set on July 31, 2006. Today's record comes on the heels of successive days of surging demand for power across the region.
staying in constant contact with Local Balancing Authorities and generation owners to confirm operating needs and capabilities in order to maintain excellent grid reliability and market operations," said Richard Doying, Vice President of MISO Operations. To further ensure grid reliability, MISO plans to implement market mechanisms to address the region'
issued a series of directives this week asking generators and local transmission operators to ensure that all available resources can be called upon as needed during the heat wave. "The week's not over, and given the forecast, we may see yet another record demand day," Doying added. "We remain focused throughout this period of high demand to ensure reliability across our region.
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Independent Market Monitor

Local Balancing Authorities without interference from MISO or state regulatory agencies. Currently, MISO retains Potomac Economics as its Independent Market Monitor. As the Independent Market Monitor to MISO, Potomac Economics continuously receives data which is used to evaluate the performance of the markets and identify conduct by market participants or MISO that may compromise
Annual State of the Market Reports 2016 Market Analytical Appendix 2016 State of the Market Report 2015 State of the Market Report 2015 Market Analytical Appendix 2014 State of the Market Report 2014 Market Analytical Appendix 2013 State of the Market Report 2013 Market Analytical Appendix 2012 State of the Market Report 2012 Market Analytical Appendix
2012 Market Analytical Appendix 2011 State of the Market Report 2002-2010 State of the Market Presentations 2002-2010 Full State of Market Reports and supporting materials Seasonal State of the Market Report 2016 Seasonal Reports 2015 Seasonal Reports 2014 Seasonal Reports 2013 Seasonal Reports 2012 Seasonal Reports 2011 Seasonal Reports ,
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Training

This team of system operator trainers represents local balancing authorities throughout MISO's region. They align regional practices and meet common training needs for system operators. Have a suggestion for market or reliability training? Let us know! Market Participant Training From an introduction to MISO Markets to Tariff Administration, our market courses offer
provides operator training courses that blend electrical theory and MISO processes and procedures to ensure our operators get the most relevant and prominent training available. Register for Operator Training System Operator Training Working Group Learning on Demand Yearning to learn more about MISO, but can't attend a class?
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GO Integration Checklist

Credit Requirements > Transmission Service Agreements > Local Security Administrator (LSA) Registration > Security Officer (if applicable due to Transmission Service) > Submitting all Legal documents (some must be notarized) LSA Granted Access to MISO Market Portal Agreements (Optional) Execute Membership Application (for Non-Transmission Facilities Owner)
to Review MISO Energy and Operating Reserves Tariff Local Security Administrator (LSA) User Guide for Non-Market Participants Local Security Administrator (LSA) Policy Attachment L - Credit Policy (MISO Energy and Operating Reserves Tariff) BPM 001 -Market Registration Page 2 DRAFT Version 1 (30-Apr-2012) Generation Checklist BPM 002 -Energy and Operating Reserve Markets BPM 004 -
once Local Security Administrator provisioned) OASIS Physical Scheduling System (PSS) Supply On-Call & After Hours Support Details Market Settlements (Settlement Info & EQR Statements) PowerGADS System Interfaces to MISO IT Infrastructure Applications Wide Area Network (WAN) (Connection needed either through the LBA or directly from MISO to generation)
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Trader-Marketer Integration Checklist

Requirements > Transmission Service Agreements > Local Security Administrator (LSA) Registration > Security Officer (if applicable due to Transmission Service) > Submitting all Legal documents (some must be notarized) Meet all Credit requirements (Attachment L) Note: must meet all Credit obligations prior to becoming a Certified Market Participant LSA Granted Access to MISO Market
Tariff Local Security Administrator (LSA) Policy Attachment L - Credit Policy (MISO Energy and Operating Reserves Tariff) BPM 001 -Market Registration BPM 002 -Energy and Operating Reserve Markets BPM 004 -FTR and ARR BPM 005 -Market Settlements BPM 007 -Physical Scheduling BPM 020 -Transmission Planning BPM 023 -Alternative Dispute Resolution MISO IT Infrastructure Applications (
once Local Security Administrator provisioned) OASIS Physical Scheduling System (PSS) Page 2 DRAFT Version 1 (27-August-2012) Marketer Checklist Market Settlements (Settlement Info & EQR Statements) System Interfaces to MISO IT Infrastructure Applications MISO FTP site RegistrationObtain Dun & Bradstreet Number (if applicable)
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TO Integration Checklist

required to coordinate their integration with the Local Balancing Authority inside of or integrating with MISO. Training Level 100 -MISO Overview Level 100 -Introduction to MISO & Markets Level 100 -Transmission Pricing: Tariff Attachment O Level 200 -Transmission Planning Materials to Review Transmission Owners Agreement MISO Energy and Operating Reserves Tariff Local Security Administrator
Participants Local Security Administrator (LSA) Policy BPM 002 -Energy and Operating Reserve Markets BPM 012 -Transmission Settlements BPM 015 -Generation Interconnection BPM 019 -Monthly Transmission Billing BPM 020 -Transmission Planning BPM 021 -Transmission Pricing BPM 023 -Alternative Dispute Resolution Eligibility Determination Submit Transmission Owner Facilities Template for Review:
once Local Security Administrator provisioned) Page 2 DRAFT Version 2 (May 16, 2012) Transmission Owner Checklist OASIS Reliability Authority (RA) Page Model on Demand (MOD) System Interfaces to MISO IT Infrastructure Applications MISO FTP site Confirm approach for delivering ICCP data to MISO for its Facilities (either directly or via the host Local Balancing Authority)
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Market Day Simulation - July Integration Workshop

Local Security Administrator - Generic MP Setup What does my Local Security Administrator (LSA) need to do to prepare for Connectivity Testing and Market Day Simulation? -LSAs should begin configuring users in CCE -Users must be configured in CCE, but may have the same or different access privileges than in Production (FERC transmission and marketing separation rules still apply)
Local Security Administrator Activities Dispatch Instructions MISO will generate Dispatch Notifications during MDS Do NOT follow! MDS will support XML Notifications as well as Dispatch via ICCP MPs must provide their XML Listener address via the CCE Notifications URL Tool 18 Market Day Simulation: Dispatch Instructions -
Net Actual Interchange Download Settlement Statements No action required by Midwest Region MPs. Simulation limited by environment constraints, test data, etc. Results will NOT be indicative of Post-Integration results Market Day Simulation: Execution Expectations 7 Cycle 1 Operating Day: October 2, 2013 Cycle 2 Operating Day: October 16, 2013 Cycle 3 Operating Day: November 3,
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Integration Checklists

Authority are being integrated into the MISO Balancing Authority and seeks to operate a Local Balancing Authority within the MISO Balancing Authority or seeks to dissolve its existing Balancing Authority. A Local Balancing Authority is responsible for a subset of the NERC Balancing Authority standards, and is delineated in the Amended and Restated Balancing Authority Agreement.
Integrating a new transmission owner requires of a number of entities to perform tasks that are not solely focused on or are the responsibility of the integrating transmission owner. To aide in the integration process we developed checklists for the following entity types: Transmission Owners Generator Owners Load Owners Traders/Marketers Balancing Authorities
required to register their physical assets (generation and load) with MISO even if the asset is currently pseudo-tied out of the integrating transmission owner's Balancing Authority. In addition, all entities that operate a Balancing Authority and are integrating into the MISO Balancing Authority as a result of the new Transmission Owner placing its facilities under the MISO Energy
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Ramp Capability Product Cost Benefit Analysis

the normal ramp minutes of 30 minutes was increased to 40 minutes to ensure commitment of an additional resource is required. For example, the Ramp Up Capacity Requirement in hour 2 is 16.7 MW, the larger of 10 (the minimum requirement), [625 600 MW]*[40/60 minutes] (change from hour 1 to hour 2), and [647 625 MW]*[40/60 minutes] (change from hour 2 to hour 3).
The real time URC and DRC requirements are determined by the 10 minute ahead load forecast change plus 12 MW of uncertainty in each interval. The day ahead URC and DRC requirement is based on an estimate of the real time requirements for the operating day. The URC and DRC demand curves are priced at $10/MWh for the dispatch function.
18 The reserve requirements and their demand curve/penalty prices are the same in each interval. Service Requirement (MW) Demand Curve/Penalty Price ($/MWh) Regulation 5 98 Spinning Reserve 14 98 Supplemental Reserve 6 1100 The co optimized solution for energy, regulation, spinning reserve, supplemental reserves, and URC (for cases including URC)
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