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Tighten Thresholds for Uninstructed Deviations IR030

Last Modified - 11/25/2020
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Revise the tariff/BPM rules, thresholds and settlements calculations for resource variance from dispatch instructions.

This issue was submitted by Potomac Economics, MISO's Independent Market Monitor (IMM) and is synonymous with State of the Market (SOM) recommendations 2012-2.

Phase

Entities

Next Update

Origin

IM SOM Recommendation

Status

Completed

MISO Roadmap

Updates

09/30/2019

Issue completed and marked as "Closed"

05/01/2019

Current Phase changed to Implementation

03/04/2019

MISO will be holding a weekly UD Implementation Update call starting March 14, 2019 2pm ET.

01/25/2019

FERC accepted the Tariff filing.

01/17/2019

MISO will hold a Uninstructed Deviation Changes workshop on January 25, 2019 10am ET.

01/07/2019

MISO filed amendment to Tariff docket.

12/06/2018

Implementation date updated to May 2019.

10/26/2018

MISO filed Tariff revisions incorporating the changes for Uninstructed Deviation project.

08/09/2018

MISO presented proposed Tariff revisions for Uninstructed Deviations

05/10/2018

Final settlement concepts presented to the Market Subcommittee (MSC).

02/01/2018

Phase updated to Concept Design. Expected implementation also updated to Q3 2018.

05/04/2017

Updated status to software design phase; implementation date TBD. Referred to the Advisory Committee for further vetting.

04/03/2017

Updated project schedule to reflect current expectations; project currently in conceptual design phase. Next discussion 2Q 2017.

11/29/2016

MISO continues to review impact of changes in excessive / deficient energy threshold. An analysis using the new methodology is being performed. Work ongoing with IMM on proposed methodology. MISO plans to present final proposed changes, results of the analysis and draft Tariff Language in early 2017.

01/19/2016

Added to Market Roadmap and Issue Tracking Tool. IMM Recommendation 2012-12.

12/01/2015

Additional analysis and discussion required in Conceptual Design. The Conceptual Design phase, previously forecasted to end in Q4 2015, is now expected to end in Q1 2016. The delay also impacts a delay in forecasted completion date.