Federal Energy Regulatory Commission MISO/Alliance Companies RTO Status
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission MISO/Alliance Companies RTO Status Reports Presented by: Joseph Power Tony Ingram Rahim Amerkhail Patrick Clarey
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Illinois Power Settlement Maintain financial viability of MISO Preserve Alliance business model Foster seamless market between both entities Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ATC Coordination Requires development of a standardized process to determine ATC within the region MISO, Alliance and SPP will calculate ATC and TTC using similar (not identical) methods. Each will exchange information on an hourly basis to be used by each entity for determination of ATC
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Security Coordination Requires implementation of mechanisms to share security information and to work toward an agreement for reliability redispatch Framework established whereby security information will flow over existing
infrastructures Federal Energy Regulatory Commission One-Stop Shopping Calls for facilitation of one-stop shopping for transmission service MISO, Alliance, GridSouth, PJM, SPP and TVA agree on a common approach to electronically coordinate schedules between RTOs
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission One-Stop Shopping (cont.) Detailed protocols still need to be developed and agreed upon, initially one-stop shopping will only be available for hourly and daily non-firm service Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Congestion Management Requires development of an open and accessible electronic bulletin board system for posting congestion management information Have agreed on Day one to use MISO's bulletin board for posting congestion information
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Congestion (cont.) MISO continues to develop its Day one congestion management procedures and will complete these soon - Both parties continue to discuss Day 2 congestion management procedures Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Imbalance Markets Requires the proposed RTOs to cooperate in developing their imbalance markets to ensure compatibility for multi-RTO transactions MISO and Alliance did not develop a common energy imbalance market, they maintain that they are compatible
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Transmission Planning Requires coordination of long-term transmission planning to ensure compatibility of planning across the region RTO transmission planning committee formed Two planning sub-committees will be formed once operational to coordinate long-term planning activities
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Planning (cont.) Final procedures for these committees will be developed by early December and the committees are expected to be functional early next year Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Market Monitoring Requires joint market monitoring Has been expanded to include SPP and a single entity to provide joint market monitoring for the three has been appointed Final monitoring plan due to be filed soon Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Super-Region Rate Illinois Power Settlement calls for elimination of multiple access charges within the region - Each entity has filed a super-region rate proposal in their respective pending RT dockets Federal Energy Regulatory Commission MISO Systems
Approximately $160 million spent to become operational Staff assembled that is capable of assuming operational control of transmission facilities by 12/15 Physical infrastructure in place and market trials of its integrated systems have been completed Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Alliance Systems Will not be operational by December 15 th Can be operational 90-120 days upon final approval of their proposed RTO Various systems (billing, ATC and loss calculations) in place and being tested Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Alliance Systems (cont.) Other systems on hold until National Grid and business plan are approved and market design decisions can resume Staffing incomplete
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