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2014-10-09 Docket No. EL14-103-000

The NERC Rules contain detailed substantive and procedural requirements that govern this process and provide for appeals. MISO is not aware of any irregularities during these processes and has no grounds to challenge or seek further approvals for their outcomes. MISO's obligation to file "rates, terms and conditions of service" pursuant to Section 205 does not require otherwise.
s SSR cost allocation procedures are not just and reasonable. The Mines have failed to comply with the procedural requirements applicable to complaints. VI. CONCLUSION WHEREFORE, the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc., respectfully requests that the Commission: (1) deny the relief sought by the Mines, or (2) to the extent the Commission finds that the Mines'
(7) MISO denies that any of the Mines' proposed procedures listed in Paragraph 49 of the Complaint are required to be included in the MISO Tariff or that the lack of these procedures renders the MISO Tariff unjust and unreasonable; MISO further denies that these procedures are just and reasonable.
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20150407 System Planning Committee of the BOD Item 02 OOC Stakeholder Comments and MISO Reponses

procedural requirements designed to ensure timely consideration of all certification requests, and that certification procedural process will not be an obstacle to the timely completion of approved projects. 16 Competitive Transmission Developers Sector Supplemental Comments Our primary concern is that these issues have been identified for a number of years yet a series of projects
procedural requirements designed to ensure timely consideration of all certification requests, and that certification procedural process will not be an obstacle to the timely completion of approved projects. Information Consideration for the MISO System Planning Committee on the Lake Charles Out-of-Cycle Request from the Transmission Developer Sector The Transmission Developer Sector
the current procedures and requirements for OOC project documentation are not sufficiently robust to provide enough certainty to warrant the urgent decisions that both the Sectors at the PAC and the MISO Board must make to allow such projects to move forward without undergoing the complete MTEP review.
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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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2002 State of the Market Report

These procedures require the market area resources to be redispatched to reduce their impact on transmission facilities in adjacent areas. These procedures address the initial time frames when one RTO area is operating an LMP market operating and the adjacent areas are not.
Many of these TLRs were called on "local" flowgates in Northern Wisconsin and upper Michigan which generally can only be resolved by TLR Level 4 (redispatch) or other operating procedures (e.g. system reconfiguration). The remaining TLRs are distributed over the large number of facilities monitored by the Midwest ISO.
This evaluation shows that the TLR procedures are substantially inferior to the economic dispatch process that will occur under the Day-2 LMP markets. On average, almost three times as many transactions are curtailed as would be required to be economically redispatched to provide the necessary relief on the flowgate.
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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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2015-12-04 No. 15-1316

To the extent that implementation of the procedures required here results in a suggested 189 As noted below, we strongly encourage states to participate actively in the identification of transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements. Public utility transmission providers, for example, could rely on committees of state regulators or,
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,
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 Policy Requirements.
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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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MISO Reliability Plan

within its Reliability Area that requires notification. 6. The MISO RC confirms reliability assessment results via analyzing results of state estimator/RTCA, and discussions with local TOPs and neighboring RCs. The MISO RC identifies options to mitigate potential or actual SOL or IROL violations via examining existing operating guides,
Current local procedures, such as operating guides, monitored via discussions with local TOP and statuses of their use are logged in the MISO RC log. TLR procedures in effect are monitored via the NERC Interchange Distribution Calculator. 3.8. Planned generation dispatches for MISO market area are provided to the MISO RC in the form of the unit commitment plan.
transmission loading relief procedure, or other procedures, to return the system to a reliable state. The MISO RC coordinates its alert and emergency procedures with other RCs via seam coordination agreements listed in Section H. 3. The MISO RC takes or directs action in the event the loading of transmission facilities progresses to or is projected to progress to an SOL or IROL violation.
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20130129 RSC Item 18 MISO Reliability Plan

within its Reliability Area that requires notification. 6. The MISO RC confirms reliability assessment results via analyzing results of state estimator/RTCA, and discussions with local TOPs and neighboring RCs. The MISO RC identifies options to mitigate potential or actual SOL or IROL violations via examining existing operating guides,
Current local procedures, such as operating guides, monitored via discussions with local TOP and statuses of their use are logged in the MISO RC log. TLR procedures in effect are monitored via the NERC Interchange Distribution Calculator. 3.8. Planned generation dispatches for MISO market area are provided to the MISO RC in the form of the unit commitment plan.
transmission loading relief procedure, or other procedures, to return the system to a reliable state. The MISO RC coordinates its alert and emergency procedures with other RCs via seam coordination agreements listed in Section H. 3. The MISO RC takes or directs action in the event the loading of transmission facilities progresses to or is projected to progress to an SOL or IROL violation.
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MOD-033-1 Model Validation Process

with Transmission Planners using reference item 10 to develop a requirement 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,
contingency event conditions and prepare a steady state model by following procedure laid out in Section 1.3. Thereafter perform dynamic model validation. The dynamic model validation process is show in Figure 2-1 below. Figure 21 R1.2 Dynamic model validation process Selection of Local Dynamic Event The following dynamic events shall be considered.
Steady State Validation , Dynamic Model Validation PSSE .raw or .sav format Table 51 list of data required from RC and TOP End of procedure. Reference materials provided in Appendices. Case Preparation and Sanity Checks Guidelines The items in Table A1 should be considered for case preparation of the model during the application of the R1.
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MOD-033-1 Model Validation Process

with Transmission Planners using reference item 10 to develop a requirement 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 5-1 list of data required from RC and TOP End of procedure. Reference materials provided in Appendices. 12 If positive sequence data is not available, then MISO would require the process and information to convert it in positive sequence 13 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 16 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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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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2015-07-20 Docket No. ER15-1406-002

Nothing in this section nor anywhere in this agreement shall be construed to waive any notice or procedure required by Wis. Stats., $893.80 regarding claims for damages or otherwise against municipal parties unless inconsistence therewith the provision of Wis. Stats., $893.80 shall be supplemental to the requirements of this section. ARTICLE 13 MISCELLANEOUS 13.
state and local statutes, ordinances, rules and regulations, including, but not limited to those pertaining to human safety, protection of property, non-discrimination, and protection of the environment, including any and all applicable mandatory reliability standards of NERC or the delegated Regional Entity.
each insuring Party shall obtain waivers of subrogation in favor of the insured Party from any insurer providing coverage that is required to be maintained under this Article 10, except for the coverage required under Section 10.1(a). A Party shall not be required to obtain a waiver of subrogation if the other Party is not able to obtain a waiver of subrogation from its i.
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2015-05-22 Docket No. ER15-1406-001

Nothing in this section nor anywhere in this agreement shall be construed to waive any notice or procedure required by Wis. Stats., $893.80 regarding claims for damages or otherwise against municipal parties unless inconsistence therewith the provision of Wis. Stats., $893.80 shall be supplemental to the requirements of this section. ARTICLE 13 MISCELLANEOUS 13.
state and local statutes, ordinances, rules and regulations, including, but not limited to those pertaining to human safety, protection of property, non-discrimination, and protection of the environment, including any and all applicable mandatory reliability standards ofNERC or the delegated Regional Entity.
each insuring Party shall obtain waivers of subrogation in favor of the insured Party from any insurer providing coverage that is required to be maintained under this Article 10, except for the coverage required under Section 10.1(a). A Party shall not be required to obtain a waiver of subrogation if the other Party is not able to obtain a waiver of subrogation from its .
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2012-08-27 140 FERC 61,142 Docket No. ER12-2129-000

D to Schedule 1 that states when the initial Schedule 1 true-up calculation will commence. Second, MISO suggests modifying section II.D to specify that the Schedule 1 true-up is to be calculated using the same true-up procedure required by each of the applicable Attachment O true-up procedures.
a procedure will be used which will not charge the non-host for Schedule 1 service for those loads. 7. To the extent necessary, the Filing Parties request waiver of the requirement to provide full information required by section 35.13, arguing that this filing does not change the overall level of costs recovered under the Tariff but simply changes the
The Filing Parties state that because the expenses associated with Schedule 1 service relate primarily to typical control center-related functions for each Local Balancing Authority area, the proposed changes would reflect the local nature of Schedule 1 services.
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2012-07-16 Docket No. ER11-1844-000

suppliers have local market power because their resources are needed to manage congestion or satisfy local reliability requirements. In these cases, however, the market power mitigation measures effectively limit their ability to exercise market power. In New York City, the mitigation measures are automated, which limits the potential harm from attempts to exercise market power.
Supplemental commitments are largely made to satisfy local reliability requirements, primarily in New York City and result in day-ahead or real-time local reliability uplift. The average amount of supplemental commitment for reliability exceeded 1,200 MW in 2010, of which 66 percent was in New York City, 25 percent was in Western New York, and 7 percent was in Long Island.
9 New York ISO 2010 State of the Market Report Executive Summary Page xvii 2. Zone Configuration and Deliverability The capacity market provides investment signals to help New York state meet its planning reserve margin requirements. Currently, there are three local capacity regions: New York City, Long Island, and NYCA.
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2013-10-04 Docket No. ER13-2298-000

s Rules of Practice and Procedure require that any proposed Tariff improvement be supported by 5 Midwest TDUs Comments at 2. 6 Midwest TDUs are concerned that: (a) the MISO Local Reserve Zones ("LRZ") should remain large and not change arbitrarily; and (b) MISO should ensure Network Resources remain deliverable across LRZs.
Local Resource Zone Peak Demand" to MISO's Open Access Transmission, Energy and Operating Reserves Markets Tariff ("Tariff"), (2) to incorporate this new definition into the calculation of Local Reliability Requirements ("LRR"), and (3) to make timing changes consistent with the proposed modification to the calculation of LRR.
Requirements are maintained, both within the MISO region-wide, and within each LRZ. In addition, the proposed Tariff improvements will reconcile the RAR procedures with the reliability results from the Loss of Load Expectation Working Group.14 Contrary to Hoosier/Southern's claim, MISO also is not obligated to demonstrate that RAR procedures are currently not resulting in reliability,
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2011-02-17 134 FERC 61119 Docket No. ER10-2869-000

states that it will use local standards to develop its studies, which is already part of the standard operating procedure in Midwest ISO's study process. Midwest ISO points out that section 4.3.6 of the Transmission Planning Business Practice Manual explains which contingencies will be evaluated and that the Generator Interconnection Business Practice Manual provides similar guidance
Midwest ISO also states that uncertainty and delay resulting from its existing procedures for handling transmission service requests to the Midwest ISO border may inhibit export transactions and that Midwest ISO is required to maximize transmission revenues for transmission owners.
As explained by PJM, the JOA's coordinated planning procedures require, among other things, the coordination of calculating Available Flowgate Capacity (AFC) values, notification to PJM when Midwest ISO's pre-certification studies show potential impacts on PJM's system, coordination of the study process (e.
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2015-06-19 No. 14-2533

without observance of procedure required by law; (E) unsupported by substantial evidence in a case subject to sections 556 and 557 of this title [5 USCS $$ 556 and 557] or otherwise reviewed on the record of an agency hearing provided by statute; or (F) unwarranted by the facts to the extent that the facts are subject to trial de novo by the reviewing court.
1000 not to require elimination from Commission-jurisdictional tariffs and agreements a federal right of first refusal for a local transmission facility."). By adopting local cost allocation for BRP facilities, consistent with the local nature of such facilities, discussed infra, the BRP Filing ensures that each transmission-owning member of MISO may continue "
2015 Pages: 87 STATEMENT REGARDING REQUIRED MATERIALS IN APPENDIX In compliance with Circuit Rule 30(d), the undersigned hereby states that all materials required to be in the Appendix per Circuit Rules 30(a) and (b) will be included in the Deferred Joint Appendix to be filed on July 24, 2015, per the Court's May 11, 2015 order.
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2015-08-07 No. 14-2533

without observance of procedure required by law; (E) unsupported by substantial evidence in a case subject to sections 556 and 557 of this title [5 USCS $$ 556 and 557] or otherwise reviewed on the record of an agency hearing provided by statute; or (F) unwarranted by the facts to the extent that the facts are subject to trial de novo by the reviewing court.
1000 not to require elimination from Commission-jurisdictional tariffs and agreements a federal right of first refusal for a local transmission facility."). By adopting local cost allocation Case: 14-2533 Document: 74 Filed: 08/07/2015 Pages: 88 30 for BRP facilities, consistent with the local nature of such facilities,
com Attorney for the MISO Transmission Owners Case: 14-2533 Document: 74 Filed: 08/07/2015 Pages: 88 STATEMENT REGARDING REQUIRED MATERIALS IN APPENDIX In compliance with Circuit Rule 30(d), the undersigned hereby states that all materials required to be in the Appendix per Circuit Rules 30(a) and (b) are included in the Deferred Joint Appendix filed on July 24, 2015.
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2015-10-29 No. 15-1316

s Tariff language referencing applicable state and local laws and regulations and requiring MISO's Order No. 1000 processes to recognize any such laws. Contrary to LS Power's assertion that FERC's decision to allow MISO to consider state and local laws as a threshold matter "is inconsistent with Order Case: 15-1316 Document: 38 Filed: 10/29/2015 Pages: 104 48 No.
with the requirements of Order No. 1000." Id. at P 340 (R.127, JA__) (emphasis added). In the March 2013 Order, FERC also directed MISO to remove Section VIII.A of Attachment FF of its Tariff, which stated: State or Local Rights of First Refusal. The Transmission Provider shall comply with any Applicable Laws and Regulations granting a right of first refusal to a Transmission Owner.
the language merely references state law, id. at P 147 (R.171, JA__); (2) allowing MISO to recognize state and local laws and regulations, which Order No. 1000 expressly did not intend to preempt, comports with Order No. 1000, id. at P 149 (R.171, JA__); and (3) requiring MISO to ignore state and local laws and regulations would lead to 14 In the July 2013 Filing,
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2012-07-25 Docket No. ER12-2302-000

5) Clarification of Blackstart Requirements: Schedule 33 of the Tariff contains extensive procedures requiring, among other things, that Transmission Operators be responsible for identifying to MISO the Blackstart Units that are included in each of the Transmission Operators' individual System Restoration Plans.
state, and local laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, orders of any Governmental Authority and tariffs. Nothing in this Agreement may be construed as a waiver of any right to question or contest any federal, state and local law, ordinance, rule, regulation, order of any Governmental Authority, or tariff.
state, and local law, ordinance, rule, regulation, order of any Governmental Authority or tariff, the applicable federal, state, and local law, ordinance, rule, regulation, order of any Governmental Authority or tariff shall prevail, provided that Participant shall give notice to Midwest ISO of any such conflict affecting Participant.
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2012-04-23 139 FERC 61,062 Docket Nos. ER11-2923-000, ER12-1175-000

676 states that utilities, including Independent System Operators (ISO) and Regional Transmission Organizations (RTO), that have existing waivers of certain OASIS standards may reapply for such waivers using simplified procedures. These procedures require an applicant to identify the specific standard(s) from which it is seeking waiver and provide the caption,
Specifically, MISO states that it has discovered that it is unable to post data on its security template as required by NAESB's Business Practices and Communications Protocols. According to MISO, due to the technical and real-time nature of the information required to be posted in the security template, e.
MISO states that it is unable to comply with these Tariff requirements due to problems with MISO's OASIS functionality. MISO states that the only way that these problems can be remedied is by upgrading its OASIS and that it anticipates that the updates will be completed by April 30, 2012 and December 31, 2012.
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2015-12-15 No. 15-1316

Court is whether FERC reasonably interpreted its regulation in approving MISO's Tariff language referencing applicable state and local laws and regulations and requiring MISO's Order No. 1000 processes to recognize any such laws. Contrary to LS Power's assertion that FERC's decision to allow MISO to consider state and local laws as a threshold matter "is inconsistent with Order No.
or explain and justify why its proposed weighting of costs in the evaluation process complies with the requirements of Order No. 1000." Id. at P 340 (R.127, JA001810-JA001811) (emphasis added). In the March 2013 Order, FERC also directed MISO to remove Section VIII.A of Attachment FF of its Tariff, which stated: State or Local Rights of First Refusal.
including the fact that the provision merely references state and local laws and does not independently grant a federal right of first refusal (which would contravene Order No. 1000), and that requiring MISO to hold a time-consuming and costly competitive solicitation process when state law already dictates which entity can build a transmission project would be antithetical to Order No.
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