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Phase II: NYISO COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING PROCESS FOR RELIABILITY NEEDS Tariff Language. Prepared By John P. Buechler ESPWG Meeting July 15, 2004 Albany. Approval by Management Committee. MC Approved the Comprehensive Reliability Planning Process (July 1 Draft) on July 7 th

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phase ii nyiso comprehensive planning process for reliability needs tariff language

Phase II: NYISO COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING PROCESSFOR RELIABILITY NEEDSTariff Language

Prepared By

John P. Buechler

ESPWG Meeting

July 15, 2004

Albany

approval by management committee
Approval by Management Committee
  • MC Approved the Comprehensive Reliability Planning Process (July 1 Draft) on July 7th
  • Tariff language is subject to approval of the MC, BIC and OC Committee Chairs and Vice Chairs, and the Chair of ESPWG
  • ESPWG will review the Tariff language at its July 15th Meeting
  • MP’s will have an opportunity to provide comments on the NYISO-TO Agreement at the July 15th ESPWG meeting
development of tariff language
Development of Tariff Language
  • NYISO Counsel has converted the July 1st Planning Process document into the appropriate tariff format
    • Process includes “clean up” issues requested by market participants; for example:
      • To conform to OATT definitions
      • Review terminology
      • Improve internal consistency
      • Include administrative provisions
    • There were no substantive changes
overview of modifications
Overview of Modifications
  • Introductory language describing the ESPWG development process was deleted as inappropriate
  • Redundancy was eliminated, for the most part, by consolidation of similar or duplicative sections
  • Eliminated sections paraphrasing the responsibilities of various reliability entities and replaced with a defined term for “Reliability Criteria”
  • Sections were rearranged to better reflect the process flow and the sequence of actions
  • Realigned sections for consistency
tariff modifications cont d
Tariff Modifications (Cont’d)
  • Put into Tariff format
    • Removed “bullets” to use a consistent “paragraph” format
    • Removed References to specific documents which may change
    • Removed Figures which are inappropriate for tariff
  • New Sections Added
    • Section 2: Definitions
    • Section 3: NYISO Implementation & Administration
      • To recognize the need to develop implementation procedures and to coordinate the Comprehensive Planning Process with other related NYISO and inter-regional planning activities
    • Section 9: Monitoring of Project Status
      • To capture the various provisions requiring the development of criteria in a single section
schedule for filing
Schedule for Filing
  • Jun 30 OC approval
  • July 7 MC approval (68% vote)
  • July 15 ESPWG review of tariff language
  • July 21 Committee Chairs review/sign off
  • Early Aug Adequacy & Reliability Committee Review
  • Aug 17 Board Approval
  • Aug 20 File with FERC