Hour Ahead Dispatchable Burdens Appropriate Overhauls to Methodology

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´╗┐Hour Ahead Dispatchable Loads Applicable Updates to Procedures Presentation to the Market Operations Standing Committee April 23, 2003 cristian.dragnea@theimo.com

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Affected Market Manuals MM 1.2: Facility Registration, Maintenance and De-Registration (MDP_PRO_0016); MM 4.2: Submission of Dispatch Data in the Real-Time Energy and Operating Reserve Markets (MDP_PRO_0027); MM 4.3: Real-Time Scheduling of the Physical Markets (IMP_PRO_0034);

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Market Manual 1.2: Facility Registration, Maintenance and De-Registration

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MM 1.2: Facility Registration, Maintenance and De-Registration Section 2.1: HADL enrollment can't be finished if the IMO and the market member don't concede to a system to gauge consistence and build up a pattern; Section 2.5: As an enlistment prerequisite, HADL must be bigger than 1 MW. HADL assets can total to meet this prerequisite;

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MM 1.2: Facility Registration, Maintenance and De-Registration New Section 2.8: The IMO may confine the quantity of offices that can be enrolled as HADL, showing what will be the constraining conditions and in what capacity will this limitation be imparted; HADL required to finish a "Application Form for Registering as Hour Ahead Dispatchable Load"- to be created; No progressions required to PLC; At the end of enlistment, the IMO convey a Notification of Registration (IMO-FORM-1084);

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MM 1.2: Facility Registration, Maintenance and De-Registration The new "Application Form for Registering as Hour Ahead Dispatchable Load" will incorporate : Information about the Dispatch Messaging Contact; Maximum MW accessible for the program; Indication that the HADL candidate must be enrolled to take an interest in the vitality showcase; Information about the procedure of deciding consistence, intends to quantify consistence and standard assurance; An announcement of ability, formalizing the enlistment demand and restricting the member to the market rules identified with HADL.

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MM 1.2: Facility Registration, Maintenance and De-Registration Section 3: To overhaul their enrollment data, HADL members are required to finish the "Change Control Form - Facility Maintenance" (IMO-FORM-1241); Section 4: Market members may decide to de-enlist their HADL offices by presenting a composed demand to the IMO. Besides, the IMO has the power to de-enlist a HADL office if the market member has broken the market leads; The IMO may continue through to the end of market guidelines appropriate to HADL if is resolved that this application negatively affects the IMO managed markets and the IMO-controlled matrix.

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Market Manual 4.2: Submission of Dispatch Data in the Real-Time Energy and Operating Reserve Markets

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MM 4.2: Submission of Dispatch Data in the Real-Time Energy and Operating Reserve Markets Sections 1.1, 1.3 and 1.3.1: HADL dispatch information will comprise of offer to decrease stack; Section 1.3.1: HADL will submit dispatch information by means of email; HADL are not permitted to submit standing offers; Section 1.3.3 and Appendix C.1: HADL dispatch information might be submitted, without limitation, from 6:00 EST on the pre-dispatch day until 3 hours preceding the dispatch hour.

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MM 4.2: Submission of Dispatch Data in the Real-Time Energy and Operating Reserve Markets Section 1.3.4: HADL offers must contain no less than 2 and may contain up to 4 value amount sets for every dispatch hour; HADL dispatch information might exclude increase/down qualities; The amount should be communicated in entire MW (or MWh/hour); The amount must be no less than 1 MW however should not surpass the most extreme load decrease for the HADL office; Price might be sure and communicated in dollars and entire pennies per megawatt-hour; HADL offers must show a cost at or more which the IMO may teach the office to lessen its vitality withdrawals by the aggregate offered amount. This cost should not be more prominent than MMCP.

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MM 4.2: Submission of Dispatch Data in the Real-Time Energy and Operating Reserve Markets Section 1.3.4: Market members may not indicate a greatest measure of vitality that can be booked by the IMO for their HADL offices over a dispatch day; Section 1.3.7 and Appendix E: The IMO will utilize the planned HADL stack decrease in the assurance of pre-dispatch plans computed 2 hours earlier and 1 before the dispatch hour; Section 1.4: HADL members are in charge of submitting offers to diminish load and making updates to these offers inside the predetermined time allotments; The IMO is in charge of dispatching the HADL assets inside the predefined time periods and considering the booked HADL stack lessening in the estimation of pre-dispatch.

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MM 4.2: Submission of Dispatch Data in the Real-Time Energy and Operating Reserve Markets Appendix B: HADL offer format records will be made accessible on the Technical Interfaces page on the IMO open Web website; Appendix C.2.2: For HADL members, the obligatory window is the period inside 3 hours before the dispatch hour; Appendix E.2: the pre-dispatch course of events reconsidered to incorporate HADL-related developments; Appendix E.4.1: The IMO will incorporate dispatch plans for HADL assets in the pre-dispatch data discharged to market members.

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Market Manual 4.3: Real-Time Scheduling of the Physical Markets

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MM 4.3: Real-Time Scheduling of the Physical Markets New Section 1.7.2: The IMO, in view of the 3 hours ahead pre-dispatch vitality cost will decide the dispatch plan for HADL assets; As soon as practicable, yet no later than 2 hours before the dispatch hour, the IMO will issue dispatch guidelines to HADL members; New Section 1.8.2: The IMO will issue dispatch directions to each HADL asset by calling the Dispatch Messaging Contact and imparting the heap lessening booked to be accomplished. These telephone dispatches will be recorded and put away for no less than 7 years; The dispatch guideline issued to a HADL might apply to a specific dispatch hour and should determine that the HADL must diminish its vitality withdrawals by everything booked by the begin of that dispatch hour;

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MM 4.3: Real-Time Scheduling of the Physical Markets New Section 1.8.2: HADL members will recognize inside 5 minutes the receipt of every dispatch direction by sending an email to the IMO; HADL members must educate the IMO when practicable when they mean to decrease vitality withdrawals at once prior or for a period longer than planned; Section 1.8.4: If a HADL member comes up short over and again to agree to a dispatch direction by lessening less load than dispatched, the IMO will treat this activity through the consistence procedure and may announce the HADL office as non-accommodating.

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Establishing a Baseline Consumption Level

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Establishing a Baseline Consumption Level (BCL) General standards: BCL will be computed distinctively for workdays than for a considerable length of time and occasions; BCL will be ascertained for every hour and day of the week by averaging the hourly vitality utilization over a timeframe preceding the exchanging day; Compliance will be measured against the BCL decided for the comparing hour and day of the week.

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