the new england 2001 compliance results summary n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
The New England 2001 Compliance Results Summary PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
The New England 2001 Compliance Results Summary

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 41

The New England 2001 Compliance Results Summary - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 71 Views
  • Uploaded on

The New England 2001 Compliance Results Summary. Operations & Planning Results for Compliance with NERC and NPCC Compliance Programs Year-End 2001 Agenda Item #10

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'The New England 2001 Compliance Results Summary' - carys


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
the new england 2001 compliance results summary

The New England 2001Compliance ResultsSummary

Operations & Planning Results

for Compliance with NERC and NPCC

Compliance Programs

Year-End 2001

Agenda Item #10

3/05/02 RC Mtg.

summary of compliance programs
Summary of Compliance Programs
  • 2001 NERC Program has 72 requirements
  • 2001 NPCC RCEP has 8 requirements
  • NPCC Reliability Assessment Program (NRAP) addresses both Operations and Planning
  • Total reporting requirements in excess of
    • Operations = 47
    • Planning = 33
summary of compliance results
Summary of Compliance Results
  • 100% compliance except
    • RCEP A4-1, Minimum Maintenance
      • Level 3 non-compliant
      • Enforceable, non-monetary
    • NPCC A3, Section 4.9
      • Not enforceable
    • AVR Outage notification & ATC/TTC/CBM/TRM
      • Level 4 non-compliant
      • Not enforceable
      • Field test/Pilot phase
      • Based on input, removed from the 2002 Program
ramifications of non compliance
Ramifications of Non-Compliance
  • NPCC RCEP program only is enforceable
    • Level 3 non-compliant with Maintenance Criteria for Bulk Power System Protection (A4)
    • Letter from NPCC to the ISO-NE Board with copies to the CEO, Steve Whitley, other NPCC Areas, the NPCC Task Forces, the NPCC Reliability Coordinating Committee, the NPCC Executive Committee, NPCC Members, adjacent reliability Councils, and NERC (Secretary, President). Post on NPCC Web site.
action plan for non compliance
Action plan for Non-Compliance
  • Reported nine exceptions to NPCC on 01/02/2002
  • Each identified exception also listed a correction program and a timeline for becoming compliant in first quarter 2002
  • All nine exceptions must be removed by May 1, 2002 or New England becomes Level 4 non-compliant
the new england 2001 detailed compliance results

The New England 2001Detailed Compliance Results

Operations & Planning Results

for Compliance with NERC and NPCC

Compliance Programs

Year-End 2001

compliance programs
Compliance Programs
  • 2001 NERC Program has 72 Templates to comply with
    • Operations reports on 42
    • Planning reports on 30
  • 2001 NPCC RCEP has 8 Templates to comply with
    • Operations reports on 5
    • Planning reports on 3
  • NPCC Reliability Assessment Program (NRAP) established in 1977
enhancements in 2001
Enhancements in 2001
  • New hire in Operations for Compliance processing/reporting
  • Responsible Participants have been identified and educated with respect to Compliance requirements
  • Draft New England Compliance Procedure currently under consideration by NEPOOL for sanctions mechanism
operations compliance results

OperationsCompliance Results

Sponsors:

Senior Vice President & COO, Steve Whitley

Manager, Operations Support, Tom Dutkiewicz

Supervisor, Ops Training, Procedures & Compliance, John Norden

Operations Compliance Coordinator, Kathleen Goodman

operations compliance results1
Operations Compliance Results
  • “At a glance”
    • 100% reporting from Participants
    • All NPCC reporting deadlines met
    • One report of non-compliance by Participants
      • Template in field test by NERC this year
      • Level 4, mitigation plans filed
    • 100% compliance on all ISO-NE operations compliance requirements
    • Procedures have been revised or written, as necessary, to satisfy requirements
operations compliance results2

OperationsCompliance Results

For Northeast Power Coordinating Council (NPCC)

Reliability Compliance & Enforcement Program (RCEP)

npcc rcep results
NPCC RCEP Results
  • CPS1 > 100% all months, per requirement
  • CPS2 > 90% all months, per NPCC and NERC requirement; 98%<CPS2<92% for all but 2 months, per Corporate Goal but yearly average goal achieved
  • DCS = 0 violations, per NPCC requirement and Corporate Goal
  • A3-2, System Restoration Plan, report of full-compliance on 09/01/2001
operations compliance results3

OperationsCompliance Results

For North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC)

Planning Templates for which Operations reports to NPCC

atc ttc cbm trm
ATC/TTC/CBM/TRM
  • Reported 100% compliance for ISO-NE
  • Reported Level 4 non-compliance for three New England Transmission Providers
  • Report indicated “We believe we are compliant with the intent of the current NPCC Draft Methodology. We will update when the methodology is complete.”
  • To date the NPCC methodology still not approved
modeling generation control
Modeling & Generation Control
  • Six Measurements for ISO-NE
    • One for Modeling data
    • Five for Generation Control & Protection
    • One regional, reported by NPCC to NERC
  • Modeling Data Requirements
    • Electrical Facility Ratings
    • Normal & Emergency
    • 100% Compliant, per OP #16
    • Submitted one month early
generation control measurements
Generation Control Measurements
  • Generation Control & Protection - 5 requirements
    • Procedure for logging AVR Outages (M1)
    • Approval of AVR Outages (M2)
    • Specified Voltage & Reactive Schedules, including exempted Generators (M3)
    • Approval of Deviations from V&R Schedules (M4)
    • Maintain a record of misoperation of generation protection systems (M11)
generation control results
Generation Control Results
  • Generation Control & Protection
    • M1 - 100% compliant per M/S #8
    • M2 - Level 4 non-compliant due to Generators’ non-compliance
    • M3 - 100% compliant, per OP #12
    • M4 - 100% compliant, per Satellites
    • M11 - 100% compliant, per OP #10
system protection control
System Protection & Control
  • Underfrequency Load Shedding (UFLS)
    • Analysis and documentation on all underfrequency events below the initializing set points of their UFLS programs
    • 100% compliance - no NEPOOL members had any UFLS events in the 2000 reporting period
  • Undervoltage Load Shedding (UVLS)
    • Analysis and documentation on all UVLS operations, misoperations, & failures
    • No report, no UVLS programs in New England
system restoration
System Restoration
  • Four Measurements
    • Three for ISO-NE compliance
    • One regional, reported by NPCC to NERC
  • Three ISO-NE requirements
    • Report of 100% compliance, comments on Templates offered
    • Number, location & size of blackstart units is sufficient; Testing or simulation required
    • Diagram of location of blackstart units, updated annually
    • Annual test of start-up and operation of blackstart units
operations compliance results4

OperationsCompliance Results

For North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC)

Operating Templates reports to NPCC

nerc cps1 cps2 dcs
NERC CPS1, CPS2 & DCS
  • Same as NPCC reporting under RCEP
    • Reported through NPCC to NERC
    • CPS standards reported monthly; DCS reported quarterly
    • CPS1 > 100% all months, per requirement
    • CPS2 > 90% all months, per requirement; 98%<CPS2<92% for all but 2 months, per Corporate Goal
    • DCS = 0 violations, per requirement and Corporate Goal
transmission operations security
Transmission Operations & Security
  • Required Policies for
    • Equipment Ratings
    • Monitoring & controlling voltages levels and real & reactive flows
    • Switching
    • Planning Outages
    • Development of Operating Security Limits (OSLs) and responding to OSL violations
  • Recovery from an OSL violation within 30 minutes
  • 100% compliance
interchanges etagging
Interchanges & ETagging
  • Interchange Transactions Implemented between adjacent Control Areas
    • Schedule verified with adjacent Control Area prior to implementation
    • Exceptions for schedules within a multi-party regional agreement or transmission tariff
  • Electronic Tagging (Etagging)
    • The Sink Control Area provides data from Tag to Security Coordinator electronically for each approved Interchange Transaction
  • 100% compliance
system coordination
System Coordination
  • 100% compliant
  • Transmission System Modeling
    • Have facilities for Operators to monitor status, voltage, flows, frequency, etc. under normal & emergency conditions
    • Alert Operator to limit violations
    • Ability to share BES data with other Areas
  • Operational Security Information
    • Security Coordinator has all data requested
  • Interregional Security Network (ISN)
    • Data exchange between Security Coordinators
emergency operations
Emergency Operations
  • Actions must be taken to relieve abnormal conditions when an operating emergency has occurred
    • Take appropriate actions to reduce system risk, and provided adequate communication of system conditions with neighboring Areas
    • Capacity and Energy Emergency plans consistent with NERC Operating Policies have been developed and maintained to cope with operating emergencies
      • Must address all items in “Functional Areas of a Capacity and Energy Emergency Plan” (Plan)
emergency operations cont
Emergency Operations (cont.)
  • Report of 100% compliance, with exceptions explained due to deregulation/Markets
    • Five Items listed in Plan not explicitly noted
      • Fuel Supply & Inventory
      • Fuel Switching
      • Environmental Constraints
      • Optimize Fuel Supply
      • Appeals to Customer for Alternate Fuels
    • Responsibility now lies with Marketers
    • ISO-NE gives notice to the Market & public if we are projecting system issues
restoration plan
Restoration Plan
  • Eight requirements for Plan
    • Responsibilities of personnel for restoration
    • Provisions for reliable blackstart resource
    • Contingency plan for failures
    • Instructions & Procedures for
      • Re-synching Islands
      • Load Restoration
      • Yearly review of Plan & Testing of resources (3 yr.)
    • Documentation that operating personnel have been trained & exercised in Plan
  • Report of 100% compliance, comments on requirements offered
operating personnel training
Operating Personnel & Training
  • Responsibility & Authority
    • Job description identifies authority, responsibility to adhere to NERC Policies, and is readily accessible in Control Room
    • Procedures identify authority to act independently, including directing implementation of firm load shedding
    • Ability to take necessary actions for reliability must be demonstrated
  • All Operators must be NERC Certified by 01/01/2001, except while in training
  • Report of 100% compliance
security coordinator procedures
Security Coordinator Procedures
  • Next-day security analysis completed to ensure reliable operations under normal & contingency conditions
  • Must relieve transmission loading when requested by another Security Coordinator
  • Must initiate an Energy Emergency Alert (EEA), per requirements of Policy 9, Appendix A
planning compliance results

PlanningCompliance Results

Sponsors:

Senior Vice President & COO, Steve Whitley

Director, System Planning, Mike Henderson

Manager, Transmission Planning, Rich Kowalski

Lead Engineer, Dan Stosick

planning compliance results1

PlanningCompliance Results

NRAP Reliability Assessment to NPCC

RCEP Planning Templates reports to NPCC

For North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC)

nrap reliability assessment results
NRAP Reliability Assessment Results
  • NPCC Annual Survey of Generator Underfrequency Trip Settings
  • NPCC Criteria Document A-3, Section 4.9
  • Sixteen Generators Reported Non-Compliant
    • All generator owners are investigating mitigating solutions to become compliant
npcc rcep results1
NPCC RCEP Results
  • 100% Compliant
  • A2-1, Area Transmission Review, Annual Assessment of Reliability of the Planned Bulk Power Transmission System Within the New England Area
  • A3-1, Under-frequency Load-shedding, Capability of the Area to carry out automatic load shedding of 10% of its load at a nominal set point of 59.3 Hertz and an additional 15% of its load at a nominal set point of 58.8 Hertz
npcc rcep results2
NPCC RCEP Results
  • Reporting Level 3: Non-Compliance
    • A4-1, Bulk Power System Protection Minimum Maintenance,

Minimum periodic maintenance of each protection group consists of verifying that the protection group is capable of performing its intended protection function

    • Two generator and one transmission owner are still non-compliant, exceptions have been reported
      • One owner, 34 MW plant, will not receive delivery of batteries until January 2002.
      • One owner with under-frequency protection groups has not completed function testing.
npcc rcep results3
NPCC RCEP Results
  • Level 3: Non-Compliance
    • Letter from NPCC to the Board of Directors of the Area with copies to the Chief Executive of the Area, the relevant functional head of the Area, other NPCC Areas, the NPCC Task Forces, the NPCC Reliability Coordinating Committee, the NPCC Executive Committee, NPCC Members, adjacent reliability Councils, and NERC (Secretary, President). Post on NPCC Web site.
nerc compliance program results
NERC Compliance Program Results
  • 100% compliant
    • Four measurements involving transmission performance assessment of reliability
    • One measurement involving documentation of facility interconnection requirements
    • Three measurements involving disturbance data, monitoring equipment & reporting requirement
nerc compliance program results1
NERC Compliance Program Results
  • 100% compliant
    • One measurement involving facility ratings methodology & data documentation
    • Two measurements involving reporting of actual and forecast demands
    • Four measurements to provide steady-state data and develop models
    • Six measurements involving documentation of the coordination and the limitations of bulk power generator protection systems
nerc compliance program results2
NERC Compliance Program Results
  • 100% compliant
    • One measurement involving program, performance & maintenance documentation of under-frequency load-shedding
    • Four measurements involving program, performance & maintenance documentation of under-voltage load-shedding
    • Four measurement involving program, performance & maintenance documentation of automatic restoration of load