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Real time tools guidelines
Real-time tools guidelines

  • The document represents the EMSWG’s response to recommendation #12

    • TOPs should take measures to ensure that their real-time tools are adequate, operational, and run frequently enough to provide their operators the situational awareness necessary to identify and plan for contingencies and reliably operate their systems

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Real-time tools guidelines

  • The EMSWG also considered the following section of recommendation #11 when creating these guidelines

    • They(entities) should obtain sufficient data to monitor significant external facilities in real time, especially those that are known to have a direct bearing on the reliability of their system, and properly assess the impact of internal contingencies on the SOLs of other TOPs. In addition, TOPs should review their real-time monitoring tools, such as State Estimator and RTCA, to ensure that such tools represent critical facilities needed for the reliable operation of the BPS

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Real-time tools guidelines

  • The document provides best practices for Real-time tools, or more commonly referred to as Advance Applications

    • Power network model

    • State Estimation

    • Contingency Analysis

  • The format and information provided was done to help entities who may be looking for a starting point as it relates to advanced applications as well as entities who are working to increase the effectiveness of existing tools

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Real-time tools guidelines

  • The focus of the document was on the following key factors:

    • Availability of the tools

    • Scope/effect of the tools

    • Alarm/Notification as it relates to the tools

    • General use of the tools

    • Health and support of the tools

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Real-time tools guidelines


The Operating Committee approves the WECC Real-time Tools Guideline as recommended by the Energy Management System Work Group