Background: During their April 15-16, 2009 meeting the Standards Committee approved a SAR for removing waivers in the current NERC Standards associated with accommodating the operation of the Midwest ISO market in a multi-Balancing Authority environment. These waivers are no longer needed by the Midwest ISO now that the Midwest ISO is a Balancing authority:
• References to the Midwest ISO should be removed from the “Scheduling Agent Waiver” associated with INT-003-2 – Interchange Transaction Implementation.
• The “Enhanced Scheduling Agent Waiver” associated with INT-003-2 should be retired.
• References to the Midwest ISO should be removed from the “RTO Inadvertent Interchange Accounting Waiver” associated with BAL-006-1 – Inadvertent Interchange.
The purpose/industry need is to provide clarity in the applicability of the standard.
Draft SAR Version 1
BAL-006-2 Clean | Redline to last approval
INT-003-3 Clean | Redline to last approval
Supporting Materials: Comment Form (Word) Implementation Plan MISO Waivers Proposed for Removal
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