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NERC Operating Committee Activities Update September 16-17, 2014 Meeting. Current Activity Summary. 2. Topics Discussed Open Positions on NERC Operating Committee Essential Reliability Services Task Force BAL-001-1, BAAL (RBC) Field Trial Report GridEx III Lessons Learned Events

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    1. NERC Operating Committee Activities UpdateSeptember 16-17, 2014 Meeting

    2. Current Activity Summary 2 Topics Discussed • Open Positions on NERC Operating Committee • Essential Reliability Services Task Force • BAL-001-1, BAAL (RBC) Field Trial Report • GridEx III • Lessons Learned Events • US Department of Energy Research and Development Program • Revisions to TOP/IRO Reliability Standards • Standards of Interest

    3. Current Activity Summary 3 Open Positions on NERC Operating Committee • Energy Marketer • Energy Marketer • Small End-Use Electricity Customer Essential Reliability Services (ERS) Task Force • Developing a primer on essential reliability services for regulators, policy makers, and industry leadership. BAAL (RBC) Field Trial Report • Field Trial Report for NERC OC by BARC Drafting Team GridEx III • Scheduled for November 18-19, 2015

    4. Current Activity Summary 4 Lessons Learned • British Columbia – Alberta Separation U.S. Department of Energy Research and Development Program • Investigate emergent issues that impact the reliability of the BES Revisions to TOP/IRO Reliability Standards • Passed • IRO-001-4, IRO-002-4, IRO-008-2, IRO-010-2, IRO-14-3, IRO-017-1 • TOP-002-4, TOP-003-3 • Failed • TOP-001-3

    5. Current Standards Activity 5 Standards of Interest • Standard BAL-002-1 – The Ballot Failed ,,, again! • Standard BAL-003-1 – Implementation Status • Standards BAL-004, 005, & 006 – Update Periodic Review

    6. BAL-003-1 Implementation 6 Compliance with BAL-003-1 shall be implemented over a two-year period, as follows:  • In those jurisdictions where regulatory approval is required, Requirements R2, R3 and R4 of this standard shall become effective the first calendar day of the first calendar quarter 12 months after applicable regulatory approval.  In those jurisdictions where no regulatory approval is required, Requirements R2, R3 and R4 of this standard shall become effective the first calendar day of the first calendar quarter 12 months after Board of Trustees adoption.  • In those jurisdictions where regulatory approval is required, Requirements R1 of this standard shall become effective the first calendar day of the first calendar quarter 24 months after applicable regulatory approval. In those jurisdictions where no regulatory approval is required, Requirements R1 of this standard shall become effective the first calendar day of the first calendar quarter 24 months after Board of Trustees adoption.  • Requirement R1 cannot be implemented prior to the addition of Frequency Response Sharing Group to the Compliance Registry.  

    7. BAL-003-1 Requirements R1 – BAs must achieve an annual Frequency Response Measure (FRM) that is more negative than its Frequency Response Obligation (FRO). R2– BAs using fixed Frequency Bias Settings (FBS) must use determination method described in Attachment A. R3 – BAs using a variable FBS shall maintain setting that is: 3.1 Less than zero at all times and 3.2 Equal to or more negative than its FRO when frequency varies from 60 Hz by more than ±0.036 Hz. R4 – Each Balancing Authority that is performing Overlap Regulation Service shall modify its Frequency Bias Setting in its ACE calculation, in order to represent the Frequency Bias Setting for the combined Balancing Authority Area, to be equivalent to either: • The sum of the Frequency Bias Settings as shown on FRS Form 1 and FRSForm 2 for the participating Balancing Authorities as validated by the ERO, or • The Frequency Bias Setting shown on FRS Form 1 and FRS Form 2 for the entirety of the participating Balancing Authorities’ Areas.

    8. BAL-003-1 Implementation Plan Revised August 20, 2014

    9. Questions