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2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements

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Start Date: 02/27/2019
End Date: 04/12/2019

Associated Ballots:

Ballot Name Project Standard Pool Open Pool Close Voting Start Voting End
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements FAC-008-4 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements FAC-008-4 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements INT-006-5 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements INT-006-5 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements INT-009-3 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements INT-009-3 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements IRO-002-6 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements IRO-002-6 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements PRC-004-6 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements PRC-004-6 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements TOP-001-5 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements TOP-001-5 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements VAR-001-6 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements VAR-001-6 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements FAC-013-2 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements FAC-013-2 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements INT-004-3.1 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements INT-004-3.1 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements INT-010-2.1 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements INT-010-2.1 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-001-1a IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-001-1a 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-004-1 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-004-1 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-008-1 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-008-1 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-020-0 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-020-0 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-028-2 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-028-2 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-029-2a IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-029-2a 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-030-3 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-030-3 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019
2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-001-2 IN 1 ST 2018-03 Standards Efficiency Review Retirements MOD-001-2 02/27/2019 03/28/2019 04/03/2019 04/12/2019

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Regarding BAL-005-1 req.4, Southern Company believes that in order for the BA operators to be able to perform their job effectively, then the BA manager must provide the adequate tools needed that are associated with Reporting ACE.  To ensure that the information is correct, the BA manager must ensure that operators have accurate information and have indicators if data is either missing or incorrect.  Having the current standard only places an administrative burden on BA entities who already have the tools in place and are training their operators on Reporting ACE.  Therefore, retiring this requirement would not leave a gap in reliability.

In regard to BAL-005-1 req, 6, this is another requirement that poses an administrative burden on BA entities as the calculation of Reporting ACE is critical for any entity to effectively balance load/generation and support interconnection frequency.  Again, this is an inherent function of BA entities and retiring this requirement would not leave a gap in reliability.

In regard to COM-002-4 req. 2, Southern believes that this requirement could easily be incorporated the current PER-005 standard as it involves System Operator training.   Even if the requirement was retired without including it anywhere else in the NERC standards, COM-002-4 R1 would still be enforceable and would require System Operators to follow the documented communication protocols.  We don’t believe that any additional work is necessary by the SDT as the retirement of this standard would not result in a reliability gap.

The related compliance activities in EOP-005-3 R8 can easily be incorporated into the PER-005 standards as a part of an entity’s Systematic Approach to Training.  System restoration is a reliability-related task and should be included in an entity’s training program for its System Operators to ensure that they are and competent to perform restoration activities.

The related compliance activities in EOP-006-3 R7 can easily be incorporated into the PER-005 standards as a part of an entity’s Systematic Approach to Training.  System restoration is a reliability-related task and should be included in an entity’s training program for its System Operators to ensure that they are and competent to perform restoration activities.

In regard to IRO-014-3 req. 3, this is an inherent part of performing as a Reliability Coordinator as coordination is at the heart of this function.  A standard requirement is not needed, because the RC serves an area and has responsibilities for multiple entities.  Any improprieties by the RC, will surely be voiced by one or more of the member entities and therefore, a requirement is not needed, and therefore we don’t believe that any additional work is necessary by the SDT before retiring this requirement.

In regard to VAL-001-5 R3, Monitoring and maintaining voltage/regulating devices is an inherent responsibility of the TOP entity.  It is also essential in ensuring effective operations to effectively transfer power while minimizing losses.  Furthermore, it is in the TOP entity’s best interest to maintain system voltage to avoid overloading the system and causing SOLs and IROLs, along with damage to transmission equipment and facilities.  Since these functions are done inherently, the NERC standard only increases the administrative burden on the entities and therefore, retirement of this requirement would not create a gap in reliability.  

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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  • BAL-005-1 R4 & R6 are now adequately covered under TOP-010-1(i) and are redundant to list under BAL-005-1

  • COM-002-4 R2 should be covered in each entities Systematic Approach to Training per PER-005-2.

  • EOP-005-3 R8 should be covered in each entities Systematic Approach to Training per PER-005-2.

Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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If EOP-005-3 R8 is retired, R9 and R10 should be considered at the same time with potential migration into the PER Standards.
If EOP-006-3 R7 is retired, R8 should be considered at the same time with potential migration into the PER Standards.
Please note that EOP-005-3 and EOP-006-3 are enforceable 04/01/19.
If IRO-017-1 R3 is to be retired, A new TPL-001-5 R8 should include the RC function.

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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SRP supports the retirement of the requirements above in the SER Phase II effort.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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In consideration that the actions specified in VAR-001-5 R3 are inherent to the System Operators’ core functions, LES believes R3 is still suitable for retirement as part of the SER Phase I effort.  The prevention and mitigation of SOL exceedances, as dictated by applicable TOP standards, ensures System Operators utilize the necessary devices to regulate transmission voltage and reactive flow. This requirement provides no additional direction and taken independently is too vague to provide useful guidance in ensuring reliability.

Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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It appears from the technical rational document that the 2018-03 drafting team believes the Requirements should be revised and retained rather than retired in their entirety. Since standard revision is within the scope of the Phase 2 team, AEP has no objections to the concept of revising COM-002-4 R2, EOP-005-3 R8, IRO-017-1 R3, and VAR-001-5 R3.

Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Reclamation agrees with the justification for retaining COM-002-4 Requirement R2 and EOP-005-3 Requirement R8.

Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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GCPD agrees with the initial assessment that these standards should be retired for the originally-identified rationales.  

LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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LDWP agrees that IRO-017-1 should be a part of a Phase II effort. If the TPL-001-4 standard is not clarified to notify Peak RC of the transmission results then there may not be a mechanism for notifying the RC about potential IROLs.

Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Although we agree with moving these Requirements into the SER Phase II effort, there is a concern that addressing these Requirements may be delayed due to the Phase II 'Concept' selection process. Currently the Phase II Concept process has a timeline that extends into September and that date is only for deciding which recommendation(s) to use.

Also, there is no assurance that the Concepts chosen in Phase II will address the deferred Requirements proposed for retirement in Phase I.

A suggestion would be for the Phase II team to address these deferred Requirements separately as they decide on which Concepts to use.

Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar and Kansas City Power & Light Co. support Edison Electric Institute’s response to Question 1.

Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; 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IID believes these requirements the SDT has recommended to be considered as part of the SER Phase II effort should proceed to ballot as proposed retirements based on the original SAR and recommendations from the SER Phase I teams.  This would allow the Registered Ballot Body to vote on whether these requirements are appropriate for retirement or if additional work is necessary.  If the retirement of these requirements do not pass ballot, IID supports that they be considered as part of SER Phase II, however the SDT should ensure the SER Phase II scope clearly indicates they will address requirements.  Note that the current SER Phase II scope and six efficiency concepts does not indicate they will be addressing specific requirements. 

Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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This was not reviewed.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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EEI agrees that some Reliability Standards and associated requirements present more complex consideration and research in order to ensure proposed retirements do not create unintended reliability gaps.  Moreover, we support the proposal to shift such requirements to the SER Phase II effort. However, the recent posting on the SER Phase II Concepts has created some confusion. EEI recommends that NERC or the SER Advisory provide additional information to help clarify the full scope of the upcoming SER Phase II Project—including these requirements for consideration for Phase II and the proposed Concepts.  EEI also encourages the SDT to prioritize these requirements for Phase II so that progress is not held up by the SDT efforts to refine the proposed Concepts.

Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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If EOP-005-3 R8 is retired, R9 and R10 should be considered at the same time with potential migration into the PER Standards.

If EOP-006-3 R7 is retired, R8 should be considered at the same time with potential migration into the PER Standards.

Please note that EOP-005-3 and EOP-006-3 are enforceable 04/01/19.

If IRO-017-1 R3 is to be retired, A new TPL-001-5 R8 should include the RC function.

 

Note: ERCOT has not signed on to this SRC joint response, however will provide its own response in a separate submission.

ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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In conducting the review, we suggest that where requirements are found to be somewhat, but not completely duplicative, consider proceeding with the retirement of the identified requirements and adding any language of the retired requirement that is still pertinent to the requirements which will still be in effect.

ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Reclamation agrees that PRC-015-1 and PRC-018-1 should continue on their present scheduled paths toward being retired/superseded.

Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE disagrees with the SDT’s proposal of taking no action on PRC-018-1. Per the PRC-002-2 Implementation Plan,

 

“Each Transmission Owner, and Generator Owner shall maintain documentation to demonstrate compliance with PRC-018-1 until that entity meets the requirements of PRC-002-2 in accordance with this Implementation Plan. Standard PRC-018-1 shall remain effective throughout the phased implementation period of PRC-002-2 and shall be applicable to an entity’s Disturbance monitoring and reporting activities not yet transitioned to PRC-002-2. PRC-018-1 will be retired following full implementation of PRC-002-2 as noted below.”

 

OKGE believes this justification is flawed. The requirements in PRC-018-1 states that TOs and GOs are required to install DMEs per the requirements established by its Regional Reliability Organization (RRO). However, in the SPP region, since PRC-002-1 was never approved by FERC and with the creation of PRC-002-2, the requirements that were established by SPP on DMEs were removed from SPP Planning Criteria in April 2017. Currently, the SPP RTO has no DME installation requirements, therefore, the entities in the SPP region do not have a set of criteria to follow to meet the requirements in PRC-018-1 (particularly for requirements R4 and R5, where DME equipment required by the RRO is not specified). OKGE believes PRC-018-1 should be retired prior to PRC-002-2‘s full implementation (i.e 7/1/2022). 

 

OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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GCPD agrees with the initial assessment that these standards should be retired for the originally-identified rationales.

LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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PRC-018-1 references Regional Criteria that must be followed to comply with the standard. Duke Energy requests the drafting team consider the ramifications on PRC-018-1 if a Region has already retired its Regional Criteria applicable to PRC-018 and PRC-002. The absence of any applicable Regional Criteria for a particular Region, makes PRC-018-1 a stronger candidate for immediate retirement.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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LDWP agrees with the retirement of PRC-015-1 requirements R1, R2, and R3 since they will be superseded by PRC-012.

Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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In regard to IRO-002-5 R4, it should be retired as approving planned outages is a reliability related task and can be easily incorporated into the current PER-005 standard.   Although the requirement has a benefit to reliability, it should fall within the Operator Training standards.  Therefore, the retirement of this standard requirement would be appropriate.

In regard to IRO-002-5 R6, this requirement administrative in nature and duplicative and should be retired based on the following reason/s:

Before an entity is allowed to function as a Reliability Coordinator, it goes through a certification process, which ensures that the entity has all the relative systems in place to perform system monitoring and assessments.  In addition, the certification review also involves determining if the entity’s data/voice communication systems have redundancy, the ability to effectively transfer data and has alarms built in to notify System Operators in the event of adverse changes to the system.

Furthermore, the RC function is on a 3-year audit schedule by the RRO and therefore, the RC will have to continuously show that it has these same capabilities.

In regard to IRO-008-2, R6, we see no reliability benefit in this requirement as both the RC and the impacted entities will already have sufficient monitoring systems in place to ensure that all are aware when a potential SOL/IROL has been prevented/mitigated.  The specific actions that the RC took to prevent/mitigate the exceedance only benefits reliability from a possible teaching point to System Operators, who may experience the same type of event in the future. 

However, from an operational reliability standpoint, there is no benefit to the RC notifying entities of the actions taken to prevent/mitigate and exceedance and takes the RC’s attention away from performing its responsibility to continuously monitor and assess the system.

We believe that TOP -001-4 R16 and R17 should be retired as the authority to approve planned outages is a reliability related task that can easily be incorporated into the current PER-005 standard.  Although the requirements do benefit reliability, they should fall within the Operator Training standards.  Therefore, the retirement of these requirements would be appropriate.

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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TOP-001-4 R16 and R17 do not provide a reliability benefit.  They don’t even align with most, if not all, standard business processes.  The Outage Coordinator, SCADA EMS, IT Networking, and Communications departments determine the impacts of all “Planned” outages or telemetry equipment.  Most System Operators do not even have the technical knowledge to make substantiated decision to delay or postpone this work. Our System Operators may approve “Unplanned” outages but this is a rare exception and is not in scope for these requirements.  Other requirements, such as R13 are already in place which demand an extremely high availability of EMS functionality, EMS & IT staff are well aware that unplanned outages impacting the ability to view and solve contingency analysis are unacceptable for anything other than a brief interruption.

Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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ISO-NE recommends to review the retirements of these requirements as part of Phase 2

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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SRP believes the requirements above can be retired without substantive reliability impact consistent with the justifications provided in the SER SAR.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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AZPS shares the opinion of many others in the industry that the language in requirements TOP-001-4 R16 and R17 does not, in and of themselves, provide any reliability benefit.  Simply having “the authority to approve outages and maintenance” does not assure that an approval occurs, nor is it required to be compliant.  Since a simple letter or procedure stating that operators have the stated authority is adequate to demonstrate compliance, this action does not provide a reliability benefit.  

Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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GCPD agrees with the initial assessment that these standards should be retired for the originally-identified rationales.

LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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Duke Energy recommends the drafting team consider IRO-008-2 R6 for immediate retirement. We agree with the drafting team’s assertion in the Technical Justifications document that characterizes R6 as administrative in nature. We do not believe that there is much if any reliability benefit in requiring an RC to notify the TOPs or BAs of any SOL/IROL exceedance that was prevented or already mitigated. There is already an Operating Plan in place to be followed for such an event, and alerting Operators of an issue that they are already aware of, and potentially distracting them from dealing with other Real-time issues, is of minimal reliability benefit.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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LDWP agrees with the SDT’s recommendation.

Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC does not believe that TOP-001-4, Requirements R16 and R17 to “provide its System Operators with the authority to approve outages and maintenance of its telemetering and control equipment…” themselves provide a reliability benefit. Furthermore, we believe that this “authority” is inherent in “acting to maintain the reliability of its TOP/BA Area via its own actions or by issuing Operating Instructions” as is required by TOP-001-4, Requirement R1 and R2, and as such, R16 and R17 are not needed.

Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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IID believes these requirements the SDT has identified as  inappropriate for retirement should proceed to ballot as proposed retirements based on the original SAR and recommendations from the SER Phase I teams.  This would allow the Registered Ballot Body to vote on whether these requirements are appropriate for retirement or if additional work is necessary.  If the retirement of these requirements do not pass ballot, IID supports that they be considered as part of SER Phase II, however the SDT should ensure the SER Phase II scope clearly indicates they will address requirements.  Note that the current SER Phase II scope and six efficiency concepts does not indicate they will be addressing specific requirements. 

 

 

Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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 IRO-002-5 and IRO-008-2 were not reviewed as we are not a RC and therefore the standards are not applicable. Minnesota Power agrees with NSRF’s recommendation for TOP-001-4. 

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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SRC recommends that the retirement of these requirements be reviewed as part of Phase 2.

 

Note: ERCOT has not signed on to this SRC joint response, however will provide its own response in a separate submission.

ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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The redline version of FAC-008-3 provided by the SDT does not appear to be the same as the version posted on the NERC website under ‘Mandatory Standards Subject to Enforcement’. However, the wording of the Requirements proposed for retirement is the same.

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Additional consideration is needed regarding the Facility Ratings requirements and the relationship to the data requirements of MOD-032, IRO-010, and TOP-003-3 and should be a separate project

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Reclamation supports the retirement of FAC-008-3 Requirements R7 and R8.

Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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While we do not oppose the retirement of R7 and R8, we note that some aspects of R8 were added to address a FERC directive in Order 693.  The Commission was so intent on this directive that it ordered NERC to modify its Rules of Procedure in a March 18, 2010 Order (Docket No. RR09-6-000) to better accommodate FERC directives in the Standards development process.  FERC denied a NERC request for a stay on making further modifications to FAC-008 in September 2010.  This ultimately led to development of FAC-008-3 and the addition of R8 under Project 2009-06.  FERC approved FAC-008-3 in an order issued on November 17, 2011 (Docket No. RD11-10).  The drafting team should consider whether the standards referenced in the technical rationale supporting retirement of R7 and R8 (MOD-032-1, IRO-010-2, and TOP-003-3) adequately address R8, part 8.2.

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Not applicable to the IESO

Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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We recommend a separate standards development project be initiated to holistically address issues identified during the periodic review of FAC-008-3 and the potential retirement of FAC-008-3 requirements identified during the Standards Efficiency Review.  On March 18, 2010, Docket No. RR09-6-000, FERC issued an order directing NERC to propose modification of electric reliability organization rules of procedure.  This order included FERC’s concerns regarding facility ratings and limiting elements. (Please see paragraph 13 and 14 of the FERC order.)  We believe that additional consideration is needed regarding the Facility Ratings requirements and the relationship to the data requirements of MOD-032, IRO-010, and TOP-003 to ensure that most limiting elements are determined. The equipment data that is required to be provided per the other reliability standards may not be sufficient to determine Facility Ratings, including for use in Real Time Models.

RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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OPG agrees with RSC position.

Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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This was not reviewed.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Due to the importance of the use of accurate Facility Ratings in reliable BES operations and planning, Texas RE recommends FAC-008-3 R7 and R8 remain effective in order to emphasize the need to provide accurate Facility Ratings to entities that require Facility Rating data.  These Requirements place an emphasis on the provision of accurate Facility Ratings to the entities responsible for the operation and planning of the BES. Although IRO-010 and MOD-032 data specifications will likely address the provision of Facility Ratings to the these entities, the large quantity of additional data potentially included within the data specifications can lead to a reduced emphasis on the Facility Rating component of the data specification.  FAC-008-3 R7 and R8 would focus an entity on a specific facet of data and data exchange.

 

Moreover, FERC Order 693 Paragraph 771 directed NERC to develop modifications to FAC-008-1 to “for each facility, identify the limiting component and, for critical facilities, the resulting increase in rating of that component is no longer limiting”.    Requirement R8 meets this directive by requiring “Identity of the existing next most limiting equipment of the Facility (R8.1) and “The Thermal Rating for the next most limiting equipment (R8.2).

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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Additional consideration is needed regarding the Facility Ratings requirements and the relationship to the data requirements of MOD-032, IRO-010, and TOP-003-3 and should be a separate project.

 

Note: ERCOT has not signed on to this SRC joint response, however will provide its own response in a separate submission.

ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Hot Answers

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

- 0 - 0

Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

- 0 - 0

Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

The California ISO has the following additional comment:

"If FAC-013-2 is retired, then FAC-015 development under Project 2015-09 needs to be revisited, as those activities were premised on FAC-013 continuing to be in effect and modified to FAC-013-3 as part of the comprehensive changes within Project 2015-09."

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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Duke Energy would like to reiterate its opposition to the retirement of FAC-013-2. 

 

An explanation addressing how FERC’s concerns in Orders 693 and 729 are still addressed needs to be provided.  As stated in introduction with the Whitepaper published with the standard in Project 2010-10:

 

“Through FERC Orders 693 (paragraphs 782 and 794) and 729 (paragraphs 278, 279, 289, 290 and 291), FERC directed NERC to establish a standard requiring Planning Coordinators to calculate transfer capability in the planning horizon and communicate the results.  In the FERC Order approving the MOD standards related to ATC/AFC calculations (MOD-001, MOD-028, MOD-029, and MOD-030), FERC did not approve NERC’s request to withdraw FAC-012-1, nor did they approve the retirement of FAC-013-1.  With respect to these two Reliability Standards, the Commission disagreed with NERC that they are wholly superseded by the MOD Reliability Standards.

 

• The Commission noted that, under FAC-012-1, Reliability Coordinators and Planning Authorities would be required to document the methodology used to establish interregional and intra-regional transfer capabilities and to state whether the methodology is applicable to the planning horizon or the operating horizon.

 

• The Commission also noted that, under FAC-013-1, Reliability Coordinators and Planning Authorities are required to establish a set of inter-regional and intra-regional transfer capabilities that are consistent with the methodology documented under FAC-012-1, which could require the calculation of transfer capabilities for both the planning horizon and the operating horizon.

 

• The Commission posited that these FAC Reliability Standards were necessary because the proposed MOD Reliability Standards provide only for the calculation of available transfer capability and its components, including total transfer capability, in the operating horizon.  Thus, the Commission stated, the proposed MOD Reliability Standards do not govern the calculation of transfer capabilities in the planning horizon, i.e., beyond 13 months in the future.

 

• The Commission also noted, that the calculation of transfer capabilities in the planning horizon (years one through five) may not be so accurate to support long-term scheduling of the transmission system but that such forecasts will be useful for long-term planning, in general, by measuring sufficient long-term capacity needed to ensure the reliable operation of the Bulk-Power System.

 

• The Commission stated that the responsibility for calculation of transfer capabilities in the planning horizon would be appropriately assigned to the Planning Coordinator and not the Reliability Coordinator.

 

Consistent with the above philosophy and to address FERC’s concerns, FAC-013-2 requires that Planning Coordinators have a current documented methodology for use in performing an annual assessment of Transfer Capability in the Near-Term Planning Horizon (Transfer Capability Methodology).”

 

 In the Technical Justification document, the SDT states that:

 

“The requirement for Planning Coordinators (PC) to have a methodology for and to perform an annual assessment of Transfer Capability for a single year in the Near-Term Transmission Planning Horizon does not benefit System reliability beyond that provided by other Reliability Standards.”

 

Assuming that the drafting team is referencing TPL-001 in the above statement, we would like to point out that TPL-001 standard does not REQUIRE that transfer sensitivities be performed and are not likely to indicate limitations to transfer from neighboring systems which is indicative of a neighbor’s ability to support a system during an energy emergency.  In its response to comments the SDT agreed that at some point in the future it would be appropriate to move the requirements of FAC-013-2 into the TPL standards.  This was not possible at the time due to the timing requirements necessary to meet FERC’s orders.  In addition the SDT’s Whitepaper stated:

 

“The TPL standards define the studies to be performed, the performance requirements for the BES and the details of the required assessments. FAC-013-2 is intended to identify potential future weaknesses in the system by performance of tests - application of bulk energy transfers to stress the system.  FAC-013-2 adds to the understanding of system performance obtained through application of the TPL standards, providing knowledge of potential facilities requiring additional focus and analysis.”

 

The Technical Justification document also states that:

 

“This Reliability Standard is primarily administrative in nature and does not require specific performance metrics or coordination among functional entities.”

 

We disagree with the coordination reference in the above statement. Coordination occurs through sharing of identified limits to transfer through R2 for awareness and any necessary action.

 

Next, the Technical Justification document states that:

 

“Assessing transfer capability above the “known commitments for Firm Transmission Service and Interchange” required by TPL-001-4 (R1.1.5), serves a market function as opposed to securing System reliability.”

 

We disagree with the statement that this is solely related to a market function. Transfers serve to stress test the system in ways that the PC deems best to identify weak points on their system and impacts on their neighbors.  The Whitepaper published with the standard stated, “In addition, this information is not intended in any way to be associated with the granting or denial of transmission service.”

 

“Entities that receive the methodology or assessment results are not obligated to use or even consider the information in their assessments.”

 

While it is true that there is no obligation to use or consider the information in the assessment, as is the case with TPL-001, but the results are required to be shared with neighboring systems.  The Whitepaper states “The application of FAC-013-2 will provide an assessment of the robustness of the future transmission system and facilitate communication between adjacent Planning Coordinators.  FAC-013-2 addresses FERC's concerns regarding transfer capability in the planning horizon and provides important information that Planning Coordinators will be able to apply in their efforts to reliably plan the BES.”

 

“Requirement R4 only requires the assessment to be performed for one year in the Near-Term Transmission Planning Horizon. This year can be arbitrarily chosen by the PC and the analysis does not guarantee transmission service that is necessary for System reliability.”

 

The standard is supposed to provide a stress test as best determined by the PC's operating experience and knowledge to identify future system weaknesses.  The Whitepaper states “AC-013-2 allows the Planning Coordinator to develop its Transfer Capability Methodology based on knowledge of its system’s sensitivity to transfers and significance of Facilities to reliability, within the framework provided by FAC-013-2.”  It is not intended to provide information regarding transmission service which is studied in a completely different way.

 

“Assessing transfer capability in the planning horizon is a method to test the robustness of the system. Robustness testing of a system is not an indicator of reliability because there is no metric for robustness.”

 

While there may not be a standard metric for robustness, assessing transfer capability in the planning horizon does add to the PC's portfolio of knowledge of their system's behavior under stressed conditions.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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LDWP believes FAC-013-2 needs further refinement and standardized metrics so that all Planning Coordinators are following a standard methodology.

 

Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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N/A

Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

- 0 - 0

Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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It is important to coordinate the retirement of FAC-013-2 with the retirement of  FAC-014-2 under NERC Project  2015-09 Establish and Communicate System Operating Limits.  The  planning level  SOLs  required under R3, and R4 of FAC-014-2 are usually established  based on the  FAC-013-2 Transfer Capability Assesment.

Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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FAC-013-2 was not reviewed as we are not a PC.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Hot Answers

Southern would support retiring these requirements after they have been reviewed for inclusion into the NAESB WEQ Business Standards and subsequently ratified by FERC.

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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PJM recommends that the retirement of R3 be contingent upon the implementation of a new NAESB WEQ-004 requirement which necessitates the coordination of Pseudo-ties between impacted entities prior to implementation. This coordination is important for accurate accounting of interchange and ensuring that any related congestion can be properly managed.  Without this coordination, the reliability of the system could be impacted.  

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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Duke Energy disagrees with the proposed retirement of INT-004-3.1. In the Technical Justification document, the drafting team categorizes INT-004-3.1 as more of an impact on transmission costs, rather than reliability. While costs and pricing do not directly impact the reliability aspects of the grid, ensuring levels of transfer and practicing congestion management help to ensure reliability of the grid.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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PJM recommends that the retirement of R3 be contingent upon the implementation of a new NAESB WEQ-004 requirement which necessitates the coordination of Pseudo-ties between impacted entities prior to implementation. This coordination is important for accurate accounting of interchange and ensuring that any related congestion can be properly managed.  Without this coordination, the reliability of the system could be impacted. 

Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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INT-004-3.1 should not be retired until NAESB BPS WEQ-004 version 3.1, 3.2 is approved by FERC concerning Dynamic and Pseudo-Ties schedules.  

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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BPA believes the retirement of the INT-004 requirements should be contingent upon the FERC adoption of the corresponding NAESB standards.  NAESB standards do not apply equally to industry participants (e.g., not applicable to non-jurisdictional entities). 

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; 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Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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Minnesota Power agrees with NSRF’s recommendation.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES recommends that the retirement of R3 be contingent upon the implementation of a new NAESB WEQ-004 requirement which necessitates the coordination of Pseudo-ties between impacted entities prior to implementation. This coordination is important for accurate accounting of interchange and ensuring that any related congestion can be properly managed.  Without this coordination, the reliability of the system could be impacted.

ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Hot Answers

R3.1 – There is no impact on reliability in requiring the RC being notified when a Reliability Adjustment Arranged Interchange has been denied. The RC is already notified of a denial via E-tag as required in the NAESB e-Tagging Specifications.

R4 & R5 are duplicative of the NAESB e-Tagging Specifications Section and are not a reliability-related task performed by a NERC registered entity.

    

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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PJM supports the partial retirement of these standards.

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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Duke Energy disagrees with the proposed retirements for INT-006-4. We are not confident that this issue is adequately covered in the NAESB standards. Unlike the NERC standards which aim to promote reliability, the NAESB standards are commercially focused, and are not viewed as essential to maintaining a reliable system. We believe that not having these conditions outlined, could negatively impact reliability.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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Disagree, R4, R5 - North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) e-Tagging specifications is not part of WEQ Business Practice Standards or approved by FERC, this will leave a responsibility gap for compliance.

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Idaho Power does not agree with retiring the R3.1 and R5 requirements.

R3.1: It is important to define how long an entity has to approve or deny interchange.
R5: Notification in a timely manner is needed.

Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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Minnesota Power agrees with NSRF’s recommendation.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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ERCOT is not opposed to the retirement of these requirements.

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Hot Answers

The requirement is redundant and qualifies for retirement under Paragraph 81. The requirement for BAs to establish an agreed upon interchange meeting source is covered in BAL-005-1 R7.

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

- 0 - 0

Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

- 0 - 0

Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

- 0 - 0

Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

- 0 - 0

Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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PJM supports the partial retirement of these standards.

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

- 0 - 0

SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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Minnesota Power agrees with NSRF’s recommendation.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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ERCOT is not opposed to the retirement of this requirement.

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Hot Answers

R1, R2 and R3 are redundant because more stringent requirement(s) that meet the objectives are already included in the NAESB standards (WEQ-004-1 & WEQ-004-8) due to their commercial purposes. These requirements do little, if anything, to benefit or protect the reliable operation of the BES.

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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ISO-NE agrees that the specific content of INT-010, creating an RFI or Reliability Adjusted Arranged Interchange after-the-fact, does not impact reliability.  However, if INT-010 is to be retired, then INT-009 R1 must also be modified and that revision is not addressed in the Implementation Plan. INT-009-3 proposed as part of this effort continues to reference INT-010.  Therefore, ISO-NE recommends that either INT-009 R1 be modified to simply remove the cross reference to INT-010 or that the retirement of INT-010 and corresponding changes required INT-009 R1 be moved to Phase 2 of this effort.

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

- 0 - 0

DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Although AZPS agrees these requirements can and should be retired, their retirement must be done in coordination with changes to INT-009-2.1 R1, which references INT-010-2.  

Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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PJM recommends that the retirement of the standard be contingent upon a new NAESB WEQ-004 requirement becoming effective which allows interchange fitting the current INT-010-2.1 criteria to be implemented without an RFI.  Such a requirement is currently published as WEQ-004-1.7 under the NAESB WEQ version 3.2 standards. However, the WEQ-004-1.7 requirement would need to be revised. Without this NAESB requirement, a Balancing Authority would not be able to implement interchange transactions described in INT-010-2.1 without an associated RFI which could jeopardize the reliability of the transmission system.  

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

- 0 - 0

Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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Duke Energy disagrees with the drafting team’s proposal to retire this standard. The technical rationale document states that this standard can be retired because more stringent tagging requirements already exist under NAESB. Unlike the NERC standards which aim to promote reliability, the NAESB standards are commercially focused, and are not viewed as essential to maintaining a reliable system. While part of INT-010-2.1 may be commercial in nature, we believe that the standard generally supports the reliability of the grid. Also, NAESB is only applicable to jurisdictional entities. Not all entities that are currently NERC Registered Entities, fall under the jurisdiction of NAESB, and would not be required to adhere to any of its business practices.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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PJM recommends that the retirement of the Standard be contingent upon a new NAESB WEQ-004 requirement becoming effective which allows interchange fitting the current INT-010-2.1 criteria to be implemented without an RFI. Such a requirement is currently published as WEQ-004-1.7 under the NAESB WEQ version 3.2 standards. However, the WEQ-004-1.7 requirement would need to be revised. Without this NAESB requirement, a Balancing Authority would not be able to implement interchange transactions described in INT-010-2.1 without an associated RFI which could jeopardize the reliability of the transmission system.

Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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Disagree, NAESB WEQ BPS 004-1.7 reference NERC INT-010-2.1 R1 for energy sharing groups for conditions not submitting eTags. Not approved by FERC.

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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NPCC agrees that the specific content of INT-010, creating RFI or Reliability Adjusted Arranged Interchange after-the-fact, does not impact reliability. However, if INT-010 is to be retired, then INT-009 R1 must also be modified and that revision is not addressed in the Implementation Plan. INT-009-3 proposed as part of this effort continues to reference INT-010, Therefore, NPCC recommends that either INT-009 R1 be modified to simply remove the cross reference to INT-010 or that the retirement of INT-010 and corresponding changes required INT-009 R1 be moved to Phase 2 of this effort.

RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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OPG agrees with RSC position.

Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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Minnesota Power agrees with NSRF’s recommendation.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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The SRC agrees that the specific content of INT-010, creating an RFI or Reliability Adjusted Arranged Interchange after-the-fact, does not impact reliability.  However, if INT-010 is to be retired, then INT-009 R1 must also be modified and that revision is not addressed in the Implementation Plan. INT-009-3 proposed as part of this effort continues to reference INT-010.  Therefore, the SRC recommends that either INT-009 R1 be modified to simply remove the cross reference to INT-010 or that the retirement of INT-010 and corresponding changes required INT-009 R1 be moved to Phase 2 of this effort.

ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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ERCOT is not opposed to the retirement of these requirements.  However, because INT-009-2.1 Requirement R1 refers to INT-010-2, it may be preferable to defer consideration to the retirement of the requirements in INT-010-2.1 to the SER Phase II effort.

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Hot Answers

Southern believes that this requirement should be retired as it does not add any additional benefit to reliability.  Before an entity is certified to perform the RC function, it must first demonstrate that it has adequate communications (both data and voice) to communicate with BAs and TOPs in its RC area and with those entities adjacent to its RC area.  In addition, the RC function is on a 3 year audit cycle and must continue to demonstrate that it has those communication capabilities to remain certified.

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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IRO-002-5 was not reviewed as we are not a RC and therefore the standard is not applicable.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE is concerned that if IRO-002-5 Requirement R1 was eliminated, Reliability Coordinators may not put emphasis specifically on having data exchange capabilities with their Balancing Authorities and Transmission Operators.  This could also lead to a larger engagement scope and the inclusion of IRO-008-2 R1, and IRO-010-2 Requirements R1, R2, and R3, instead of just including IRO-002-5 Requirement R1.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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ERCOT is not opposed to the retirement of this requirement.

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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We believe the other requirements of IRO-002-5 are fundamentally based upon R1, as this requirement mandates RCs to have data exchange capabilities. Other requirements in this standard refer to this term periodically.  As such, eliminating this requirement would diminish clarity regarding expectations in the remaining requirements.  If R1 is retired it could be merged with R2 so that there is a single requirement discussing all data exchange capabilities needed.

ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Hot Answers

Southern continues to disagree with the SER Team’s proposed petition for the withdrawal of MOD-001-2.  Again, we believe that the combined effect of enacting MOD-001-2 while migrating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 MOD into the NAESB standards strike an appropriate balance of addressing reliability related concerns, while incorporating any market related issues. Simply stating that ATC/AFC calculations are primarily commercially-focused elements and that there are mechanisms in place to address reliability in real time is an oversimplification of the ATC/AFC concept.  Inaccurately modeling and assessing transfer capability which considers real physical transmission limits on both the host and neighboring systems can create extremely complicated situations in real-time that can unduly burden system operators. 

However, since FERC has not yet approved MOD-001-2 and has yet to take  action on incorporating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 and NAESB’s WEQ-23 into the current NAESB standards, Southern Company recommends delaying the retirement of those existing NERC standards. The objective is to have MOD-001-2 in place at the same time as those submitted to FERC by NAESB.  Once approved by the Commission, the industry should have adequate time to ensure a seamless transition to the new construct.    

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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No Comment as long as all MOD-001, MOD-004, MOD-008, MOD-028, MOD-029, and MOD-030 are retired together.

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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PJM was heavily involved in the MOD-001-2 and NAESB WEQ-023 development efforts. PJM is neutral on the proposed retirement of MOD-001-2 but supports the position of the SER for the existing MOD standards as reliability components of congestion management are handled amongst eastern interconnect parties through various established coordination processes.  PJM cautions against additional revisions to the NAESB WEQ-023 document, especially those driven by issues unique to particular seams or between specific entities, as those issues may not be realized by other parties. Therefore, blanket revisions may unnecessarily impact reliability and/or market aspects for other entities.

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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While Duke Energy would support the retirement of these MOD standards, we cannot do so if MOD-001-2 is withdrawn. The MOD standards promote reliability of the grid by putting in place common boundaries and provisions that are necessary for various calculations that need to be performed. These calculations are important to reliability by providing the baseline for understanding the operational need. By retiring the MOD standards, and not having MOD-001-2 in place, there will not be provisions in place to aid an entity in calculating transfer capability. There will not be any boundaries in place for the curtailment of service. We disagree with the commercial based focus that the drafting team took in the technical rationale document. While these MOD standards (and ATC calculation) may have some commercial based elements to them, they also put in place valuable boundaries that help promote consistency in how the industry calculates these values. Removing these boundaries does not promote reliability for the Bulk Electric System and introduces additional burden to the real-time System Operator. 

 

The expectation of the System Operators to ensure the reliability of the BES in the real-time when there have been no requirements to ensure how ATC is calculated or coordinated beyond what is required by NAESB is unrealistic.  Some of the most glaring issues with relying solely upon NAESB to regulate the calculation of ATC are:  FERC does not have oversight for non-jurisdictional TSPs and therefore cannot require them to incorporate NAESB standards.  Also, while NAESB has acted on the recommendations of the MOD-A project to incorporate any of the gaps created by the retirement of MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a, MOD-030-3 and adoption of MOD-001-2, FERC has not acted on either the NERC or NAESB filings.  Further, NAESB has not been requested to modify proposed standards to incorporate any of the gaps created by the retirement of the proposed MOD-001-2. 

 

Additionally, the lack of any NERC regulation for consistent ATC methodologies and requirements for sharing of data and could potentially lead to an increase of TLRs being called as this would be the only tool System Operators could utilize to combat rampant loop flow impacts on the BES.  This could very well lead to capacity concerns and load shedding as the increase in TLRs could include firm curtailments causing capacity shortages.  Without mandatory ATC standards, a TSP would be able to sell as much service as possible.  The overselling of service and the overscheduling of ATC Paths will lead to an increase of FIRM TLR, potentially forcing Transmission Operators and Load Serving Entities to shed FIRM load to comply with the TLR.  Over the past eight years the MOD-001, 28,29, & 30 standards have been effective the industry has seen a dramatic reduction in FIRM TLRs. 

 

Included in the Attachment with Duke Energy’s response to this question is the rolling 12-month average of TLRs from the NERC website.  Notice the reduction in TLRs from 2008-2011 when the MOD standards were first published (in 2008 when TSP started to incorporate the MOD standards into their ATC methodologies) and 2011 (when the MOD standards were mandatory and enforceable).

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

Attach_DE_SER Question 11_Apr 2019.docx

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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See response to Q17.

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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This was not reviewed.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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ERCOT is not opposed to the retirement of these requirements.

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Hot Answers

Southern continues to disagree with the SER Team’s proposed petition for the withdrawal of MOD-001-2.  Again, we believe that the combined effect of enacting MOD-001-2 while migrating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 MOD into the NAESB standards strike an appropriate balance of addressing reliability related concerns, while incorporating any market related issues. Simply stating that ATC/AFC calculations are primarily commercially-focused elements and that there are mechanisms in place to address reliability in real time is an oversimplification of the ATC/AFC concept.  Inaccurately modeling and assessing transfer capability which considers real physical transmission limits on both the host and neighboring systems can create extremely complicated situations in real-time that can unduly burden system operators. 

However, since FERC has not yet approved MOD-001-2 and has yet to take  action on incorporating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 and NAESB’s WEQ-23 into the current NAESB standards, Southern Company recommends delaying the retirement of those existing NERC standards. The objective is to have MOD-001-2 in place at the same time as those submitted to FERC by NAESB.  Once approved by the Commission, the industry should have adequate time to ensure a seamless transition to the new construct.

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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No Comment as long as all MOD-001, MOD-004, MOD-008, MOD-028, MOD-029, and MOD-030 are retired together.

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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PJM was heavily involved in the MOD-001-2 and NAESB WEQ-023 development efforts. PJM is neutral on the proposed retirement of MOD-001-2 but supports the position of the SER for the existing MOD standards as reliability components of congestion management are handled amongst eastern interconnect parties through various established coordination processes.  PJM cautions against additional revisions to the NAESB WEQ-023 document, especially those driven by issues unique to particular seams or between specific entities, as those issues may not be realized by other parties. Therefore, blanket revisions may unnecessarily impact reliability and/or market aspects for other entities.

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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See response to question 11.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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TVA disagrees with the retirement of these standards at this time.

Until a resolution is reached on NAESB’s WEQ-023, and these items are incorporated by reference per the FERC Commission, retirement of these MOD Reliability Standards would leave a significant gap of reliability of ATC in the industry.  WEQ-023 (submitted under Version 003.1) was not approved by the Commission to be incorporated by reference at this time and is being considered under an overall inquiry into ATC calculation.  This leaves the standard, as written in NAESB as voluntary.  MOD-001-2 was drafted with the mindset of leaving only reliability aspects of ATC under NERC oversight and WEQ-023 being approved by the Commission.  If MOD-001-2 is withdrawn, there would be no reliability push for ATC requirements under FERC and could potentially cause further delay.  Removal of these standards could impact the transparency that is established with sharing data with neighbors as well.

According to Project 2012-05 ATC Revisions (MOD A), MOD-001-2 was developed to address directives in Order No. 729 to modify certain aspects of the MOD A standards and to consolidate the MOD A standards into a single standard covering only the ‘reliability-related impact of ATC and AFC calculations’.  The consolidated approach was intended to maintain NERC’s focus on developing and retaining requirements that support the reliable operation of the Bulk-Power System (BPS).

The WEQ-023 standards drafted did not incorporate honoring neighboring systems nor ensure an entity have an ATCID, or TRMID, or CBMID because the thought was that it would be laid out in the NERC space under MOD-001-2.  So NAESB would have to incorporate all of this into the business practice, which would blur the lines of reliability and commercial that the project was developed to address.

TVA agrees with the goal of the Standards Efficiency Review Team to decrease the number of requirements and make the standards less confusing and less burdensome.  Yet, it is important that the standards still ensure a relatively consistent and reliable calculation of transfer capability.  TVA feels the accurate calculation of transfer capability is a reliability issue.  It is the job of the operations planners to give the operators a system that was planned to be reliable.  If the operators are given a system that has numerous n-1 overloads planned into the system, then the operational planning engineers did not do their job.  We do not want our operators to intentionally have to handle numerous TLRs and generation re-dispatch because of an oversold system.  If the TOP and TSP oversell the system, it may be difficult for the operators to maintain system reliability.  A transmission system constantly in TLR3 and TLR5 due to inaccurate calculations of transfer capability is a reliability issue and not just a commercial issue.  If your neighbor is constantly selling transfer capability and ignoring the impact on your system, this too will affect your reliability.  This does not just impact transmission costs as some would believe.

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

- 0 - 0

Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

- 0 - 0

Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

This was not reviewed.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

- 0 - 0

Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

- 0 - 0

Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

ERCOT is not opposed to the retirement of these requirements.

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Hot Answers

Southern continues to disagree with the SER Team’s proposed petition for the withdrawal of MOD-001-2.  Again, we believe that the combined effect of enacting MOD-001-2 while migrating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 MOD into the NAESB standards strike an appropriate balance of addressing reliability related concerns, while incorporating any market related issues. Simply stating that ATC/AFC calculations are primarily commercially-focused elements and that there are mechanisms in place to address reliability in real time is an oversimplification of the ATC/AFC concept.  Inaccurately modeling and assessing transfer capability which considers real physical transmission limits on both the host and neighboring systems can create extremely complicated situations in real-time that can unduly burden system operators. 

However, since FERC has not yet approved MOD-001-2 and has yet to take  action on incorporating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 and NAESB’s WEQ-23 into the current NAESB standards, Southern Company recommends delaying the retirement of those existing NERC standards. The objective is to have MOD-001-2 in place at the same time as those submitted to FERC by NAESB.  Once approved by the Commission, the industry should have adequate time to ensure a seamless transition to the new construct.    

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

- 0 - 0

Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

- 0 - 0

No Comment as long as all MOD-001, MOD-004, MOD-008, MOD-028, MOD-029, and MOD-030 are retired together.

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

- 0 - 0

DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

- 0 - 0

Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

- 0 - 0

Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

- 0 - 0

Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

- 0 - 0

Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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PJM was heavily involved in the MOD-001-2 and NAESB WEQ-023 development efforts. PJM is neutral on the proposed retirement of MOD-001-2 but supports the position of the SER for the existing MOD standards as reliability components of congestion management are handled amongst eastern interconnect parties through various established coordination processes.  PJM cautions against additional revisions to the NAESB WEQ-023 document, especially those driven by issues unique to particular seams or between specific entities, as those issues may not be realized by other parties. Therefore, blanket revisions may unnecessarily impact reliability and/or market aspects for other entities.

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

- 0 - 0

Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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See response to question 11.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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See response to Q17.

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Not applicable to the IESO

Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

- 0 - 0

Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

- 0 - 0

SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

- 0 - 0

Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

- 0 - 0

Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

- 0 - 0

Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

This was not reviewed.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

- 0 - 0

Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

- 0 - 0

Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

ERCOT is not opposed to the retirement of these requirements.

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Hot Answers

Southern continues to disagree with the SER Team’s proposed petition for the withdrawal of MOD-001-2.  Again, we believe that the combined effect of enacting MOD-001-2 while migrating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 MOD into the NAESB standards strike an appropriate balance of addressing reliability related concerns, while incorporating any market related issues. Simply stating that ATC/AFC calculations are primarily commercially-focused elements and that there are mechanisms in place to address reliability in real time is an oversimplification of the ATC/AFC concept.  Inaccurately modeling and assessing transfer capability which considers real physical transmission limits on both the host and neighboring systems can create extremely complicated situations in real-time that can unduly burden system operators. 

However, since FERC has not yet approved MOD-001-2 and has yet to take  action on incorporating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 and NAESB’s WEQ-23 into the current NAESB standards, Southern Company recommends delaying the retirement of those existing NERC standards. The objective is to have MOD-001-2 in place at the same time as those submitted to FERC by NAESB.  Once approved by the Commission, the industry should have adequate time to ensure a seamless transition to the new construct.     

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

- 0 - 0

Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

- 0 - 0

No Comment as long as all MOD-001, MOD-004, MOD-008, MOD-028, MOD-029, and MOD-030 are retired together.

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

- 0 - 0

No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

- 0 - 0

Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

- 0 - 0

DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

- 0 - 0

Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

- 0 - 0

Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

- 0 - 0

Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

- 0 - 0

Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

PJM was heavily involved in the MOD-001-2 and NAESB WEQ-023 development efforts. PJM is neutral on the proposed retirement of MOD-001-2 but supports the position of the SER for the existing MOD standards as reliability components of congestion management are handled amongst eastern interconnect parties through various established coordination processes.  PJM cautions against additional revisions to the NAESB WEQ-023 document, especially those driven by issues unique to particular seams or between specific entities, as those issues may not be realized by other parties. Therefore, blanket revisions may unnecessarily impact reliability and/or market aspects for other entities.

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

- 0 - 0

Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

- 0 - 0

Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

See response to question 11.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

- 0 - 0

See response to Q17.

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

- 0 - 0

The current standard addresses aspects that are commercial in nature.

The reliability assessment requirement for determining transfer limits is addressed in FAC-11

Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

LDWP agrees that this standard no longer directly impacts system reliability. However, there should be a standardization of TTC/ATC calculation so that there is uniformity between entities.

 

Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

- 0 - 0

Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

- 0 - 0

Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

- 0 - 0

SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

- 0 - 0

Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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This was not reviewed.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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ERCOT is not opposed to the retirement of these requirements.

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Southern continues to disagree with the SER Team’s proposed petition for the withdrawal of MOD-001-2.  Again, we believe that the combined effect of enacting MOD-001-2 while migrating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 MOD into the NAESB standards strike an appropriate balance of addressing reliability related concerns, while incorporating any market related issues. Simply stating that ATC/AFC calculations are primarily commercially-focused elements and that there are mechanisms in place to address reliability in real time is an oversimplification of the ATC/AFC concept.  Inaccurately modeling and assessing transfer capability which considers real physical transmission limits on both the host and neighboring systems can create extremely complicated situations in real-time that can unduly burden system operators. 

However, since FERC has not yet approved MOD-001-2 and has yet to take  action on incorporating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 and NAESB’s WEQ-23 into the current NAESB standards, Southern Company recommends delaying the retirement of those existing NERC standards. The objective is to have MOD-001-2 in place at the same time as those submitted to FERC by NAESB.  Once approved by the Commission, the industry should have adequate time to ensure a seamless transition to the new construct.    

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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No Comment as long as all MOD-001, MOD-004, MOD-008, MOD-028, MOD-029, and MOD-030 are retired together.

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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PJM was heavily involved in the MOD-001-2 and NAESB WEQ-023 development efforts. PJM is neutral on the proposed retirement of MOD-001-2 but supports the position of the SER for the existing MOD standards as reliability components of congestion management are handled amongst eastern interconnect parties through various established coordination processes.  PJM cautions against additional revisions to the NAESB WEQ-023 document, especially those driven by issues unique to particular seams or between specific entities, as those issues may not be realized by other parties. Therefore, blanket revisions may unnecessarily impact reliability and/or market aspects for other entities.

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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See response to question 11.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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TVA disagrees with the retirement of these standards at this time.

Until a resolution is reached on NAESB’s WEQ-023, and these items are incorporated by reference per the FERC Commission, retirement of these MOD Reliability Standards would leave a significant gap of reliability of ATC in the industry.  WEQ-023 (submitted under Version 003.1) was not approved by the Commission to be incorporated by reference at this time and is being considered under an overall inquiry into ATC calculation.  This leaves the standard, as written in NAESB as voluntary.  MOD-001-2 was drafted with the mindset of leaving only reliability aspects of ATC under NERC oversight and WEQ-023 being approved by the Commission.  If MOD-001-2 is withdrawn, there would be no reliability push for ATC requirements under FERC and could potentially cause further delay.  Removal of these standards could impact the transparency that is established with sharing data with neighbors as well.

According to Project 2012-05 ATC Revisions (MOD A), MOD-001-2 was developed to address directives in Order No. 729 to modify certain aspects of the MOD A standards and to consolidate the MOD A standards into a single standard covering only the ‘reliability-related impact of ATC and AFC calculations’.  The consolidated approach was intended to maintain NERC’s focus on developing and retaining requirements that support the reliable operation of the Bulk-Power System (BPS).

The WEQ-023 standards drafted did not incorporate honoring neighboring systems nor ensure an entity have an ATCID, or TRMID, or CBMID because the thought was that it would be laid out in the NERC space under MOD-001-2.  So NAESB would have to incorporate all of this into the business practice, which would blur the lines of reliability and commercial that the project was developed to address.

TVA agrees with the goal of the Standards Efficiency Review Team to decrease the number of requirements and make the standards less confusing and less burdensome.  Yet, it is important that the standards still ensure a relatively consistent and reliable calculation of transfer capability.  TVA feels the accurate calculation of transfer capability is a reliability issue.  It is the job of the operations planners to give the operators a system that was planned to be reliable.  If the operators are given a system that has numerous n-1 overloads planned into the system, then the operational planning engineers did not do their job.  We do not want our operators to intentionally have to handle numerous TLRs and generation re-dispatch because of an oversold system.  If the TOP and TSP oversell the system, it may be difficult for the operators to maintain system reliability.  A transmission system constantly in TLR3 and TLR5 due to inaccurate calculations of transfer capability is a reliability issue and not just a commercial issue.  If your neighbor is constantly selling transfer capability and ignoring the impact on your system, this too will affect your reliability.  This does not just impact transmission costs as some would believe.

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Not applicable to the IESO

Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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This was not reviewed.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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ERCOT is not opposed to the retirement of these requirements.

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Hot Answers

Southern continues to disagree with the SER Team’s proposed petition for the withdrawal of MOD-001-2.  Again, we believe that the combined effect of enacting MOD-001-2 while migrating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 MOD into the NAESB standards strike an appropriate balance of addressing reliability related concerns, while incorporating any market related issues. Simply stating that ATC/AFC calculations are primarily commercially-focused elements and that there are mechanisms in place to address reliability in real time is an oversimplification of the ATC/AFC concept.  Inaccurately modeling and assessing transfer capability which considers real physical transmission limits on both the host and neighboring systems can create extremely complicated situations in real-time that can unduly burden system operators. 

However, since FERC has not yet approved MOD-001-2 and has yet to take  action on incorporating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 and NAESB’s WEQ-23 into the current NAESB standards, Southern Company recommends delaying the retirement of those existing NERC standards. The objective is to have MOD-001-2 in place at the same time as those submitted to FERC by NAESB.  Once approved by the Commission, the industry should have adequate time to ensure a seamless transition to the new construct. 

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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No Comment as long as all MOD-001, MOD-004, MOD-008, MOD-028, MOD-029, and MOD-030 are retired together.

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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MOD001 requires that all registered TOPs establish reliability boundaries in which the TSPs can operate to maximize energy business transactions.  By moving MOD-001 from under NERC responsibility, the BES reliability may be compromised.  Transfer capability includes the impact on other areas due to the transfer of electric power.

Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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PJM was heavily involved in the MOD-001-2 and NAESB WEQ-023 development efforts. PJM is neutral on the proposed retirement of MOD-001-2 but supports the position of the SER for the existing MOD standards as reliability components of congestion management are handled amongst eastern interconnect parties through various established coordination processes.  PJM cautions against additional revisions to the NAESB WEQ-023 document, especially those driven by issues unique to particular seams or between specific entities, as those issues may not be realized by other parties. Therefore, blanket revisions may unnecessarily impact reliability and/or market aspects for other entities.

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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See response to question 11.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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See response to Q17.

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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MOD-001-1a allows Transmission Operators to select, on the record, the methodology for computing the Available Transfer Capability in a standardized manner, which is the foundation for establishing the quantity of transmission capacity, in excess of native load needs and existing commitments, that may be sold to wholesale transmission customers in a fair and transparent fashion via Open Access Same-Time Information System (OASIS). Absent MOD-001-1a or its successor that meets the same objective, Transmission Operators may be at liberty to craft methodology to calculate ATC that may not be in alignment with the industry. This condition, if it prevails, will lead to unfair practice wherein some Transmission Operator may be held to a higher standard while others will be held to a lower standard. This, in turn, creates a less transparent environment for transmission customers to assess how Transmission Operators derive ATC.

 

Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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This was not reviewed.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

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ERCOT is not opposed to the retirement of these requirements.

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

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ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Hot Answers

Southern continues to disagree with the SDT’s proposed petition for the withdrawal of MOD-001-2.  Again, we believe that the combined effect of enacting MOD-001-2 while migrating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 MOD into the NAESB standards would strike an appropriate balance of addressing reliability related concerns, while incorporating any market related issues.

However, since FERC has not yet approved MOD-001-2 nor has not yet taken any action on incorporating MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-2, MOD-029-2a and MOD-030-3 and NAESB’s WEQ-23 into the current NAESB standards, Southern Company recommends delaying the retirement of those standards until they are subsequently approved by the Commission (FERC).  Once approved by the Commission, the industry should have adequate time to ensure a seamless transition to the new construct.

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

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Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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No Comment as long as all MOD-001, MOD-004, MOD-008, MOD-028, MOD-029, and MOD-030 are retired together.

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

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Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

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Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

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Recommend that the revised MOD-001-2 move forward as the current in force MOD-001 standard.

Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

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PJM was heavily involved in the MOD-001-2 and NAESB WEQ-023 development efforts. PJM is neutral on the proposed retirement of MOD-001-2 but supports the position of the SER for the existing MOD standards as reliability components of congestion management are handled amongst eastern interconnect parties through various established coordination processes.  PJM cautions against additional revisions to the NAESB WEQ-023 document, especially those driven by issues unique to particular seams or between specific entities, as those issues may not be realized by other parties. Therefore, blanket revisions may unnecessarily impact reliability and/or market aspects for other entities.

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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See response to question 11.

Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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PJM was heavily involved in the MOD-001-2 and NAESB WEQ-023 development efforts. PJM is neutral on the proposed retirement of MOD-001-2 but supports the position of the SER for the existing MOD standards as reliability components of congestion management are handled amongst eastern interconnect parties through various established coordination processes.  PJM cautions against additional revisions to the NAESB WEQ-023 document, especially those driven by issues unique to particular seams or between specific entities, as those issues may not be realized by other parties. Therefore, blanket revisions may unnecessarily impact reliability and/or market aspects for other entities.

Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

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NERC petitioned FERC for approval of MOD-001-2 in February 2014.  The implementation plan called for the retirement of MOD-001-1a, MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, MOD-028-1, MOD-029-1a, and MOD-030-2.  In the petition, NERC characterized the purpose of MOD-001-2 as helping to “ensure that determinations of ATC and AFC are accomplished in a manner that supports the reliable operation of the Bulk Power System.”  MOD-001-2 was developed under NERC’s standard development process and was adopted by the NERC Board of Trustees.  Now, five plus years after the petition was filed, and with no publicly visible action by FERC on the petition beyond a NOPR issued in June 2014, the SER drafting team is suggesting the petition for MOD-001-2 be withdrawn.  It’s not clear how the Real-time operators monitoring of SOLs and IROLs helps ensure that determinations of ATC and AFC are accomplished in a manner that supports the reliable operation of the Bulk Power System.  If there are no standards addressing the determinations of ATC and AFC, you can expect that Real-time operators will be dealing with more SOLs and IROLs in the future.

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

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Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

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MOD-001-1a allows Transmission Operators to select, on the record, the methodology for computing the Available Transfer Capability in a standardized manner, which is the foundation for establishing the quantity of transmission capacity, in excess of native load needs and existing commitments, that may be sold to wholesale transmission customers in a fair and transparent fashion via Open Access Same-Time Information System (OASIS). Absent MOD-001-1a or its successor that meets the same objective, Transmission Operators may be at liberty to craft methodology to calculate ATC that may not be in alignment with the industry. This condition, if it prevails, will lead to unfair practice wherein some Transmission Operator may be held to a higher standard while others will be held to a lower standard. This, in turn, creates a less transparent environment for transmission customers to assess how Transmission Operators derive ATC.

 

Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

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Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

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Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

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SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

- 0 - 0

Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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This was not reviewed.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Hot Answers

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

- 0 - 0

Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

- 0 - 0

Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

- 0 - 0

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

- 0 - 0

No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

- 0 - 0

Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

- 0 - 0

Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

- 0 - 0

DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

- 0 - 0

Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

- 0 - 0

Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

- 0 - 0

Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

- 0 - 0

Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

PJM was heavily involved in the MOD-001-2 and NAESB WEQ-023 development efforts. PJM is neutral on the proposed retirement of MOD-001-2 but supports the position of the SER for the existing MOD standards as reliability components of congestion management are handled amongst eastern interconnect parties through various established coordination processes.  PJM cautions against additional revisions to the NAESB WEQ-023 document, especially those driven by issues unique to particular seams or between specific entities, as those issues may not be realized by other parties. Therefore, blanket revisions may unnecessarily impact reliability and/or market aspects for other entities.

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

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Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

- 0 - 0

Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

- 0 - 0

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

- 0 - 0

Duplicative of data provision requirements in MOD-031-2 and IRO-010-2 standards

Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

- 0 - 0

Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

- 0 - 0

Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

- 0 - 0

SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

- 0 - 0

Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

- 0 - 0

Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

- 0 - 0

Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

- 0 - 0

Texas RE does not have comments on this question.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

ISO/RTO Standards Review Committee, Segment(s) 2, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

ERCOT is not opposed to the retirement of these requirements.

Brandon Gleason, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., 2, 4/12/2019

- 0 - 0

Although ACES agrees with the retirement of this Standard, the technical justifications for retirement of requirement 1 requires additional clarification as it creates confusions. More specifically,  SAR suggests a different justification than what was provided in slides versus slide 17 from the Industry Webinar which was held on 3/21/19 Outreach Webinar.

ACES Standard Collaborations, Segment(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 4/12/2019

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Hot Answers

Southern Company, Segment(s) 1, 6, 3, 5, 9/1/2016

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On behalf of Exelon, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

  • On Page 23 of 32 of the posted, proposed “clean” version of PRC-004-6, the sentence:

“Once a Misoperation is identified in either Requirement R1 or R3, and the applicable entity did not identify the cause(s) of the Misoperation, the time period for performing at least one investigative action every two full calendar quarters begins.”

This sentence references the required actions in Requirement R4 of the Standard, which is to be retired.  Recommend this sentence be deleted. 

  • On Page 24 of 32 of the posted, proposed “clean” version of PRC-004-6, in the second to the last paragraph, the phrase “under Requirement R4”.  Recommend this phrase be deleted.

 

  • On Page 32 of 32 of the posted, proposed “clean” version of PRC-004-6, in the Flowchart, the area of the Flowchart leading into R5, the box labeled “Cause Known?” has only a path into R5. The Standard must still provide the option to end an investigation with no cause found.   

Recommend:

  • For a Misoperation with no cause found, the flowchart should also point from “Cause Unknown?” to the “Stop” circle to the left.
  • Add “Yes” to the existing path from “Cause Unknown?” to R5, and “No” to the new path to “Stop”. 

 

 

Daniel Gacek, Exelon, 1, 4/12/2019

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Other Answers

Marty Hostler, Northern California Power Agency, 5, 3/27/2019

- 0 - 0

Maryanne Darling-Reich, On Behalf of: Black Hills Corporation - WECC - Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

- 0 - 0

NA to ISO-NE and repeated attempts to determine a cause of relay misoperations as described by R4 don't appear to be productive.

Keith Jonassen, On Behalf of: Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2; Michael Puscas, ISO New England, Inc., 2

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No comments.

Neil Swearingen, On Behalf of: Salt River Project, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

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Lincoln Electric System, Segment(s) 5, 6, 3, 1, 4/17/2018

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AEP does not agree that PRC-004-5(i) R4 meets the drafting team’s “Evaluation Criteria for Retiring Reliability Standards Requirements”, as the declaration of “no cause found” is made only within this obligation (i.e. “is not redundant”). Regarding the reliability rationale, we would agree that not all investigative actions in and of themselves improve reliability, however the ability to track investigative actions over an extended period of time ensures more rigor is applied to the investigative progress.

Thomas Foltz, AEP, 5, 4/5/2019

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DTE Energy - DTE Electric, Segment(s) 5, 4, 3, 2/27/2017

- 0 - 0

Reclamation supports the retirement of PRC-004-5(i) Requirement R4. Reclamation recommends PRC-004-5(i) Requirement R5 be split into two requirements: one to develop a corrective action plan or explain in a declaration why corrective actions are beyond the entity’s control or would not improve BES reliability, and that no further corrective actions will be taken; and one to evaluate the corrective action plan for applicability to the entity’s other Protection Systems including other locations.

Wendy Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 5, 4/8/2019

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Kelsi Rigby, APS - Arizona Public Service Co., 5, 4/8/2019

- 0 - 0

we are concerned that simply retiring this requirement could create some unintended negative consequences.  As it is well understood, not all misoperations can be definitively determined no matter how detailed or thorough the investigation.  It is for this reason that earlier SDTs included in Requirement R4 the ability to declare that no cause could be determine as part of the Misoperation Identification and Correction process.  It is also noteworthy to mention that Requirement R4 is the only requirement within this standard that allows such a declaration.  Therefore, care will be needed when retiring Requirement R4 to ensure that language is added to the standard to ensure this important ability and right held by TOs, GOs and DPs is not lost.  To better understand this concern, EEI suggests that a thorough review of the flowchart (see R4) on Page 36 of PRC-004-5(i) is conducted by the responsible SDT.”

Glen Farmer, Avista - Avista Corporation, 5, 4/9/2019

- 0 - 0

Chris Wagner, Santee Cooper, 1, 4/10/2019

- 0 - 0

Preston Walker, On Behalf of: PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., SERC, RF, Segments 2

- 0 - 0

ReliabilityFirst does not agree with the removal of PRC-004-6 Requirement R4 for the following reason:

  1. The concept of a declaration for no identifiable cause is currently introduced in R4 and in the Application Guidelines (now called Supplemental Material) for R4. The one statement from the Application Guidelines for R4 in version 5(i) states,

    1. ‘The entity’s investigation is complete when it identifies the cause of the Misoperation or makes a declaration that no cause was determined. The declaration is intended to be used if the entity determines that investigative actions have been exhausted or have not provided direction for identifying the Misoperation cause. Historically, approximately 12% of Misoperations are unknown or unexplainable.’

       

      This statement needs to be retained somewhere as an explanation for this use of the declaration. The declaration is also referenced in R5, but for a different reason (problem found but CAP won’t improve reliability of BES). The declaration associated with R4 would be a cause that is ‘unknown/unexplainable’ and all testing and analysis comes up empty. There wouldn’t be a CAP, since nothing was found broken, and the declaration is used to close the investigation. In MIDAS, the CAP Completion Status would be ‘declaration’ rather than improperly coding as ‘CAP – Complete’, since no CAP was developed.

       

      As far as the administrative requirement of ‘corrective action at least once every two calendar quarters’, ReliabilityFirst recommends the following for consideration (see attached as well for redline of requirment):

       

R4:

Each Transmission Owner, Generator Owner, and Distribution Provider that has not determined the cause(s) of a Misoperation, for a Misoperation identified in accordance with Requirement R1 or R3, shall perform investigative action(s) to determine the cause(s) of the Misoperation [maintaining documentation in sufficient detail to provide clear delineation of the stage and findings of the investigation] until one of the following completes the investigation: [Violation Risk Factor: High] [Time Horizon: Operations Assessment, Operations Planning]

 The identification of the cause(s) of the Misoperation; or

 A declaration that no cause was identified.

Anthony Jablonski, ReliabilityFirst , 10, 4/10/2019

Project 2018-03 PRC-004-6 R4 Comments.docx

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OKGE, Segment(s) 6, 1, 3, 5, 4/10/2019

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Entergy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 12/13/2017

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MEC agrees with the SDT that investigative actions for Misoperations do not improve reliability. Therefore, we are prepared to support the SDT’s draft revision to retire R4.

We would also like the drafting team to modify R5 to include a situation where the cause of the Misoperations is unknown. We don’t believe it is clear that the unknown cause can be described in the R5 declaration that the CAP is beyond the entities control. The R5 60 day time requirement starts when the cause is identified. How do you start the clock to develop the CAP if the cause is unknown? The R5 declaration is after this time requirement in the standard. If the current wording in R5 remains intact, entities can technically stop at R3 for Misoperations that it has not identified a cause. I do not think this is the intent of the standard.

Another issue is that an auditor can determine that a cause must be identified if there is no clear requirement that allows a cause known declaration. There are some Misoperations (very few) where the Protection Engineer will not be able to determine a cause. The is why MIDAS has a cause unknown option.

See the PRC-004-5i flowchart and how you jump from R3 to R5 if R4 is removed.

 

 

Darnez Gresham, Berkshire Hathaway Energy - MidAmerican Energy Co., 3, 4/10/2019

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LeRoy Patterson, Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington, 6, 4/10/2019

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The California ISO supports the comments of the ISO/RTO Council Standards Review Committee (SRC)

Richard Vine, 4/10/2019

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Duke Energy, Segment(s) 1, 5, 6, 4/11/2019

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Mark Holman, PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., 2, 4/11/2019

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NV Energy agrees that the investigative actions conducted for Misoperations do not directly improve BES reliability, and thus Requirement R4 should be retired. However, Entities are still required to provide quarterly reports to MIDAS on misoperation types and causes, thus investigation is still a necessary part of this Standard. So, to capture this supplemental administrative requirement, NV Energy would recommend the SDT to modify R5 to include a situation where the cause of the Misoperations is unknown, which ais an allowable entry for cause in MIDAS. We don’t think it is clear that the unknown cause can be described in the current language in R5. It is still unclear if an R5 declaration within a CAP that the actions are beyond the entities control can be tied to an "unknown" cause. Given that the R5 "60-day time requirement" starts when the cause is identified, but if the cause is unknown, when does that clock start?. If the current wording in R5 remains intact, entities can technically stop at R3 for Misoperations that it has not identified a cause. We do not believe that this is the intent of the standard.

If this clarity is not provided, there is a potential that when auditing the Requirement, one can determine that a cause must be identified, if there is no clear requirement that allows a cause of "unknown" to be declared.

Kevin Salsbury, Berkshire Hathaway - NV Energy, 5, 4/11/2019

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Val Ridad, On Behalf of: Silicon Valley Power - City of Santa Clara, , Segments 3, 4, 5

- 0 - 0

Tennessee Valley Authority, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 10/18/2018

- 0 - 0

Leonard Kula, Independent Electricity System Operator, 2, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Anton Vu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 6, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Daniela Hammons, CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC, 1, 4/11/2019

- 0 - 0

Laura Nelson, IDACORP - Idaho Power Company, 1, 4/11/2019

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Romel Aquino, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 3, 4/11/2019

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The retirement of PRC-004-5(i) could potentially burden the entity with an open item, with no closing date, hoping that a new technological break-through will finally determine the cause of misoperation. We believe entities will simply declare that no cause for the misoperation was identified and be done with it.

If R4 is retired, one or both of the following approaches will likely be taken by entities:

·         Delaying formal declaration of a misoperation for all disturbances until the root cause is identified or until 120 days expires.

·         Declaring the cause for a greater percentage of misoperations as “unknown” and not performing the detailed testing to find the true root cause for an issue that is intermittent.

This is not beneficial to the goal of reliability improvements and reduced misoperations.

 

We recommend that the SDT consider how the ability to declare that “no cause of a misoperation was identified” be retained within the standard to document the end of an investigation.  We are concerned that the removal of the ability to declare that no cause of a misoperation was identified may result in audit and compliance concerns.

RSC no Dominion, Con-Edison, Segment(s) 10, 2, 4, 5, 7, 3, 1, 0, 6, 4/4/2019

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If R4 is retired, one or both of the following approaches will likely be taken by entities:
• Delaying formal declaration of a misoperation for all disturbances until the root cause is identified or until 120 days expires.
• Declaring the cause for a greater percentage of misoperations as “unknown” and not performing the detailed testing to find the true root cause for an issue that is intermittent.
This is not beneficial to the goal of reliability improvements and reduced misoperations.

Eversource Group, Segment(s) 3, 1, 4/12/2019

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None

Aaron Cavanaugh, On Behalf of: Bonneville Power Administration, WECC, Segments 1, 3, 5, 6

- 0 - 0

Westar-KCPL, Segment(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, 12/18/2018

- 0 - 0

SPP Standards Review Group, Segment(s) 2, 8/30/2018

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Avista concurs with EEI comments: “EEI supports the retirement of PRC-004-5(i), Requirement R4; however, we are concerned that simply retiring this requirement could create some unintended negative consequences.  As it is well understood, not all misoperations can be definitively determined no matter how detailed or thorough the investigation.  It is for this reason that earlier SDTs included in Requirement R4 the ability to declare that no cause could be determined as part of the Misoperation Identification and Correction process.  It is also noteworthy to mention that Requirement R4 is the only requirement within this standard that allows such a declaration.  Therefore, care will be needed when retiring Requirement R4 to ensure that language is added to the standard to ensure this important ability and right held by TOs, GOs and DPs is not lost.  To better understand this concern, EEI suggests that a thorough review of the flowchart (see R4) on Page 36 of PRC-004-5(i) is conducted by the responsible SDT.”

Mike Magruder, Avista - Avista Corporation, 1, 4/12/2019

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LaTroy Brumfield, American Transmission Company, LLC, 1, 4/12/2019

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Brandon McCormick, On Behalf of: Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Carol Chinn, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Joe McKinney, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Richard Montgomery, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; Chris Gowder, Florida Municipal Power Agency, 3,4,5,6; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; David Owens, Gainesville Regional Utilities, 1,3,5; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Tom Reedy, Florida Municipal Power Pool, 6; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3; Neville Bowen, Ocala Utility Services, 3

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Jesus Sammy Alcaraz, Imperial Irrigation District, 1, 4/12/2019

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OPG agrees with RSC position.

Constantin Chitescu, Ontario Power Generation Inc., 5, 4/12/2019

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Manitoba Hydro, Segment(s) 5, 3, 6, 1, 8/8/2017

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Please refer to comments submitted by Edison Electric Institute.

Kenya Streeter, Edison International - Southern California Edison Company, 6, 4/12/2019

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This was not reviewed.

Jamie Monette, Allete - Minnesota Power, Inc., 1, 4/12/2019

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Mark Gray, On Behalf of: Edison Electric Institute, NA - Not Applicable, Segments NA - Not Applicable

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Allie Gavin, On Behalf of: Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1; Michael Moltane, International Transmission Company Holdings Corporation, 1

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Texas RE is concerned that eliminating a requirement to investigate and track Misoperations could lead to entities not investigating the cause of a Misoperation.  The SDT states the Requirement R4 acts as a control to support Requirements R1 and R3.  Requirements R1 and R3 are different though, in that they are in place to determine whether or not a Misoperation occurred.  Requirement R4 is to determine the cause of the Misoperation.    Understanding the cause of a Misoperation can help prevent Misoperations in the future.   Indeterminate causes of Misoperations are difficult issues that can provide valuable lessons for all entities involved in system protection.  Protection System Misoperations continue to be a significant reliability risk factor and exacerbate the impact of transmission outages.  In the 2017 State of Reliability Report, 9% of the Misoperations were categorized as “Unknown/Unexplainable”.  The 2018 State of Reliability Report noted that “Protection system Misoperation should remain an area of focus, as it continues to be one of the largest contributors to the severity of transmission outages.” The 2018 State of Reliability report shows no decline in the percentage (9%) which is indicative that more focus is needed. Tracking the issues, if actively pursued, may help entities across the ERO understand complex issues when the cause of a Misoperation is identified.  Removal of this Requirement disincentivizes an entity in continuing to find Misoperation causes which then, if found, be used to improve reliability.

Rachel Coyne, Texas Reliability Entity, Inc., 10, 4/12/2019

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Note: ERCOT has not signed on to this SRC joint response, however will provide its own response in a separate submission.