Progress Report Policies and Procedures Tom Green. PCC Anaheim October 25, 2013. Plan. Review Progress Report Process Ensure Consistency with Project Coordination and Path Rating Processes Describe Waiver Process Determine Appropriate Oversight Recommend Modifications to PCC
Progress ReportPolicies and ProceduresTom Green
October 25, 2013
1. The project sponsor includes a list of projects for which waiver is requested in a separate section in its Annual Progress Report to the TSS with a copy to WECC staff; or
2. If the request for waiver is needed before the next Annual Progress Report is to be submitted, the project sponsor submits a request to WECC staff with copy to TSS.
3. The following project information shall be included, as a minimum:
a. Project name
b. Project purpose
c. Brief Project description, including expected termination points
d. Expected date of release to operations
e. Expected operating voltage
f. Explanation of why the Project is not expected to have a significant impact on the operation of the WECC interconnected electric system.
4. WECC staff posts the list of projects and notifies the PCC, TEPPC, and TSS. The waiver is granted unless a letter from a WECC member opposing the waiver is received within 30 days.
5. Any WECC member(s) that believes the project should not be granted a waiver must submit a letter to the PCC chair with a copy to the project sponsor and WECC staff within 30 calendar days of the posting of the list. The letter must outline the reason(s) for not granting the waiver and include a request that the project proceeds with the Project Coordination Process.
6. WECC staff posts the letter opposing the waiver and notifies the PCC, TEPPC, and TSS.
7. The PCC chair determines if the waiver will be granted within 20 calendar days of posting the letter opposing the waiver. If the project sponsor is also the PCC chair, such determination will be made by the PCC vice chair.
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