3 RASRS Scheme Reviews BC Hydro South Interior East RAS Consolidation of previously reviewed schemes for Kootenay Canal, Seven Mile, Waneta Expansion, Arrow Lakes Hydro, Brilliant Expansion, most of 5L91 and 5L96 RAS. No change to hardware, studies or arming, just reporting. Consolidation accepted by RASRS.South Interior East RAS modification for Waneta Expansion approved with one action itemModicon 984 PLC Replacements at Ingledow and Nicola were approvedNorth Vancouver Island RAS accepted as LAPSMica GS RAS upgrades and modifications approved with one action itemNatal previous action item resolution approved
4 RASRS Scheme Reviews SRP Desert Basin RAS removal approved Randolph LAPS modifications accepted as a LAPSPacifiCorpNorthwesternIdaho PowerPath 18 Transmission Limit Control (TRLC) RAS accepted as a LAPS
5 RASRS Scheme Reviews SCE Centralized RAS (CRAS), SCE provided an update to RASRS, approvals not required at this time.Modified West of Devers (WOD) RAS approved as WAPSMojave Desert RAS approved as WAPS with one action itemDevers RAS approved as WAPS with one action itemBlythe RAS update arming level, still a LAPS
6 RASRS Scheme Reviews BPA RAS Test Intervals Proposed test interval changes for WAPS to target annual with a maximum of two years and for LAPS a target of 5 years with a maximum of 72 months (6 years). Accepted by RASRS.The following BPA scheme modifications were reviewed in closed session:West Side RAS controller and changes at Pearl and Keeler substations approvedJohn Day LLL (line loss logic) modifications were approvedGrizzley LLL modifications were approvedCaptain Jack LLL modifications were approved
7 PRC-( )-WECC-CRT-2The revised criterion requires owners to track and report periodic assessments of schemes. This is a follow up to the September 8, 2011 disturbance.Effective date January 1, 2014
8 WECC RAS Review Procedure Revision to the RAS criterion also necessitates some minor revisions to the WECC Procedure to Submit a RAS for AssessmentCriterion Attachment B dataPeriodic assessment review process explanationOC review/approval now!
9 WECC RASRS Charter Significant Charter changes include: Removed a specific percentage of members present as a quorum requirementRemoved the Chair’s authorization to “approve” new RASRS members in favor of “accepting” nominations of new members from WECC member’s OC representativesOC review/approval now!
11 WECC RAS DatabaseGood cooperation from WECC members for the annual database update in DecemberAESO “joined the party” with 39 schemesA few other (mostly) thermal emulation schemes addedMore removals than new schemes reviewed in 2013Presently 267 schemes in the database
12 RAS & Protection System Oversight Task Force (RPSOTF) Task Force provides oversight of PCC/TSS MSRATF activitiesCo-chairs: Don Watkins, Dave AngellMembership drawn from:RAS Reliability SubcommitteeRelay Work GroupTechnical Studies SubcommitteeWECC and RC StaffTechnical Support, Standards, and others
13 Modeling SPS & Relays Adhoc Task Force The MSRATF is organized under TSS (and PCC), Joe Seabrook, chair:RAS modeling groupRelay modeling groupContingency definition group
14 Modeling SPS & Relays Adhoc Task Force “Big picture” objective is to develop and use contingency, relay, and RAS models as part of the Base Case Coordination System (BCCS), including models for unbalanced faults, accessed via a common data format from any of the four major software vendors’ programs.
15 Modeling SPS & Relays Adhoc Task Force Specifications for Power Flow and Stability models already approved by MVWG:RAS modelsPhase Relays: Overcurrent, Directional, DistanceGround and OOS Relays: FutureNode-Breaker topology to be adopted
16 Peak Reliability and RAS Peak Reliability (the RC) has been developing RAS models to include in their EMS models. RASRS is discussing database and collection coordination to minimize the number of separate data requests to WECC members and align both the RASRS data and the RC data to be collected.
17 NERC SPS/RAS Standards NERC has a new drafting team to write a new SPS definition and related standards. Among the ten members are four from WECC:Gene Henneberg (NV Energy, Chair)Amos Ang (SCE)Davis Erwin (PG&E)Hari Singh (Excel)
18 NERC SPS/RAS Standards There will be lots of chances for industry comment, but . . .Please provide any informal feedback to the drafting team, especially on the SPS/RAS definition, sooner rather than later.
19 NERC SPS/RAS Definition Example SPS Exclusion: Schemes to protect against SSR, which might include:Local SSR filtersTorsional Stress RelayCritical contingency element monitoring and mitigation
20 April 7-9, 2014, Salt Lake City, UT (two weeks away!) Next RASRS MeetingApril 7-9, 2014, Salt Lake City, UT (two weeks away!)Review schemes from membersOther RASRS business