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Settlement Discussion for NOIE DRG = or > 50kW and < 1 MW. Don Tucker on behalf of the NOIE DRG Settlements Task Force. COPS Charge to the NOIE DRG Settlements Task Force. May 2009

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Settlement discussion for noie drg or 50kw and 1 mw

Settlement Discussion for NOIE DRG = or > 50kW and < 1 MW

Don Tucker on behalf of the NOIE DRG Settlements Task Force

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Cops charge to the noie drg settlements task force

COPS Charge to the NOIE DRG Settlements Task Force

May 2009

Provide a forum for market discussions and bring recommendations to COPS on the Settlement of DRG located behind NOIE metering points with a design capacity of 50kW or greater

June 2009

Continue Discussions

Provide a list of Pros and Cons for identified options

Option 1: Treat as generation

Option 2: Treat as NOIE “load inflow”

Option 3: Provide TDSP exemption from reporting

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Framing the discussion submittal of data vs registration

Framing the Discussion – Submittal of Data vs Registration

Settlement of DRG with a design capacity of 50 kW or more that is located behind NOIE metering points

ERCOT Protocols (Zonal & Nodal) Section 10.2.2 require TDSP to report this generation to ERCOT

ERCOT Protocols (Zonal) Section 16.5 does not require registration if less than 1 MW

ERCOT Protocols (Nodal) Section 16.5 requires the Resource Entity to register each All-Inclusive Resource

“The Resource Entity shall register each All-Inclusive Resource with ERCOT through ERCOT registration.”

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Framing the discussion tdsp submittal of data to ercot

Framing the Discussion - TDSP Submittal of Data to ERCOT

  • DRG data submittal to ERCOT not required

    • DRG with a design capacity less than 50 kW

    • DRG with a design capacity equal to or greater than 50 kW where energy is not delivered into the distribution grid

DRG data submittal to ERCOT not required

DRG data submittal to ERCOT required

  • DRG data submittal to ERCOT required

    • DRG with a design capacity equal to or greater than 50 kW where energy is delivered into the distribution grid

Information on this slide is provided to facilitate discussions on the understanding ERCOT has of Section 10.2.2 requirements for the TDSP submittal of generation values associated with Distributed Renewable Generation located behind NOIE boundary metering points.

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Task force meeting attendance on july 14 2009

Task Force Meeting Attendance on July 14, 2009

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Discussion on pros and cons for identified options

Discussion on Pros and Cons for Identified Options

There is not necessarily an agreement between members of the Task Force between the pros and cons. The pros and cons are listed as provided and do not represent a consensus of the Task Force

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Noie drg or 50kw 1mw registered as generation

NOIE DRG = or > 50kW & <1MW – Registered as Generation

Pros

Consistent with current Nodal Protocols

Will result in having registration completed for Nodal

Consistent treatment of competitive and non-competitive areas

Total uplift charges to the market are not reduced which would require non-NOIE loads to pay for those charges

No ERCOT system changes

Cons

NOIEs can be treated differently than competitive retailers and are in other areas of Protocols and Legislation

Requires additional infrastructure for metering support

Metering to capture energy delivered to the distribution grid

Data translation and reporting to ERCOT

NOIE shadow settlements – NOIE must include this generation in the calculations

Settlement implications for a NOIE

Generation Nodal surcharge

URC risk

Any and all uplift charges for the additional load based on load ratio shares including additional ancillary service charges

Treated as internal generation (same as distributed generation over 1 MW that is located behind NOIE boundary metering points and entering the distribution grid and is registered with ERCOT)

etc…

Additional registration requirements

Requires agreement between NOIE, QSE and Resource

Complicates billing for Generation and Transmission Co-ops and River Authorities

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Noie drg or 50kw 1mw treated as load inflow

NOIE DRG = or > 50kW & <1MW – Treated as “load inflow”

Pros

Total uplift charges to the market are not reduced which would require non-NOIE loads to pay for those charges

This is the method ERCOT has used in lieu of other direction from the market.

No ERCOT system changes

Cons

NOIEs can be treated differently than competitive retailers and are in other areas of Protocols and Legislation

Requires additional infrastructure for metering support

Metering to capture energy delivered to the distribution grid

Data translation and reporting to ERCOT

NOIE shadow settlements – NOIE must include this generation in the calculations

Settlement implications for a NOIE

Any and all uplift charges for the additional load based on load ratio shares including additional ancillary service charges

Treated as NOIE load inflow

etc…

Must register as a NOIE metering point (update NOIE registration form)

Complicates billing for Generation and Transmission Co-ops and River Authorities

Increases UFE volatility

NOIE does not get credit for the generation

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Noie drg or 50kw 1mw exemption from reporting

NOIE DRG = or > 50kW & <1MW – Exemption from Reporting

Pros

Consistent with section 16.5 of Zonal Protocols

NOIE’s can be treated differently than competitive retailers and are in other areas of Protocols and Legislation

Requires no additional infrastructure for metering support

No additional registration requirements

Settlement implications for a NOIE

All uplift charges for the additional load based on load ratio shares including additional ancillary service charges will be reduced

No payment for Nodal surcharge

etc…

Does not complicate billing for Generation and Transmission Co-ops and River Authorities

No ERCOT System changes

Cons

Inconsistent with current Nodal Protocols

Inconsistent with Zonal Protocol requirements for using this meter data in settlements

Total uplift charges to the market are not reduced which would require non-NOIE loads to pay for those charges

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Current options discussed by the task force

Current Options Discussed by the Task Force

Options for Settlement of DRG located behind NOIE metering points with a design capacity of 50kW or greater

Possible PRR submission:

Exempt registration of DRG between 50 kW and 1 MW

Zonal

Nodal

Raise the exemption limit for reporting DRG to ERCOT

Zonal

Nodal

Select one of the prior “three options” for settlements of the DRG

Option 1: Treat as generation

Requires registration

Option 2: Treat as NOIE “load inflow”

Impacts UFE

Option 3: Provide TDSP exemption from reporting

Reduces NOIE “Total Load”

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Current options discussed by the task force cont

Current Options Discussed by the Task Force (cont.)

Options for Settlement of DRG located behind NOIE metering points with a design capacity of 50kW or greater

Proceed with the option to register these units as they complete registration required for the nodal market. Until they are registered as a Resource they will be treated as defined by Option 2: Treat as NOIE “load inflow”.

Absent any further direction from the Market, ERCOT should utilize Option 2: Treat as NOIE “load inflow” for DRG meter data submitted by the TDSP for sites not registered as a Resource.

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Task force requesting direction from cops

Task Force Requesting Direction from COPS

  • Options for COPS consideration:

    • Select one of the options presented.

    • Modify one of the options presented.

    • Direct the Task Force to continue discussions.

    • Other

NOIE DRG Settlements TF update to COPS


Settlement discussion for noie drg or 50kw and 1 mw

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