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Curtailment Timing Discussion. August 2013 ISAS Meeting Kathy Anderson. Timing of Curtailments. A discussion was recently conducted among some western Transmission Providers. The question was raised: when do you perform your curtailments when a path is overscheduled?

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curtailment timing discussion

Curtailment Timing Discussion

August 2013 ISAS Meeting

Kathy Anderson

timing of curtailments
Timing of Curtailments
  • A discussion was recently conducted among some western Transmission Providers. The question was raised: when do you perform your curtailments when a path is overscheduled?
  • Many replied after xx:40. Some thought that was too late as it didn’t provide them customer time to resubmit to another path.
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Timing of Curtailments
  • The group thought it was a good idea to bring it to ISAS to have a general discussion. NOTE: This will not standardize anything, it is for discussions only.
  • Question: What would the market prefer? If the transmission provider knew the path was overscheduled, how far in advance do you want curtailments?