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1 INT Rewrite Projects Presented by Bob Harshbarger January 2012

2 INT Rewrite Projects Dedicated to Carol Ballantine, chair

3 INT Update 7 criteria, one team Originally attempted hitting many at a time Workload was demanding Team decided to: – Focus on a couple criteria at a time – Space-out posting to help with due process and to enable the team to have adequate time for response development and redrafts as required

4 The INT Team Carol Ballantine of Platte River, Chair Gary Nolan of Arizona Public Service Kathryn Downey of PacifiCorp Kathy Anderson of Idaho Power Lauretta Zielke of Tri-State G&T Nancy Scheid of WAPA Perry Kerfoot of Idaho Power Robert Harshbarger of Puget Sound Energy Robert Sullivan of CAISO

5 WECC-0076/INT-003-WECC-CRT-2 Criterion addresses Prescheduling requirements This document was posted for comment on December 15, 2011 Comment period closes on January 16, 2012 Responses to comment will be due February 14, 2012

6 WECC-0077/INT-004-WECC-CRT-2 Criterion addresses Reliability Curtailments and Reloads Currently on Drafting Team’s “to do” list, with some needed language changes to requirement WR4

7 WECC-0078/INT-009-WECC-CRT-2 Criterion addresses Capacity e-Tags Currently on Drafting Team’s “to do” list

8 WECC-0079/INT-011-WECC-CRT-2 Criterion addresses Ten-Minute Recallable Reserves Responses to comments received were completed on December 15, 2011 and are posted. Team redrafted and criterion reposted for comment.

9 WECC-0080/INT-014-WECC-CRT-2 Criterion addresses Contingency Reserve responsibilities Is currently sitting on our “to do” list

10 WECC-0081/INT-015-WECC-CRT-2 Addresses WIT criterion Comment period closed on December 5, 2011 Responses to comments due on January 4, 2012 Ran out of time at December 15 th meeting, so it is on January 17, 2012 agenda

11 WECC-0082/INT-016-WECC-CRT-2 Addresses data submittal criterion for transactions less than 60 minutes Going to OC at March 2012 for approval

12 WECC-0082/INT-016-WECC-CRT-2 INT-016-WECC-CRT-1 WR1. In the event that the load serving Purchasing Selling Entity, or their designee, is unable to submit a Request for Interchange electronically, that party shall request that another party (defaulting to the Generation Purchasing Entity) create and cause to have distributed a Request for Interchange to the appropriate parties. WR2. Unless the tagging system of the party being requested to create and cause the distribution of the electronic Request for Interchange is inoperable, they shall not refuse the request. WR3. The Balancing Authorities shall only implement an Arranged Interchange transaction that has been or will be created via the electronic Request for Interchange, (e-Tag). INT-016-WECC-CRT-2 WR1. Each Purchasing-Selling Entity and each Balancing Authority meeting one or more of the following criteria shall designate either the Purchasing-Selling Entity or the Balancing Authority as the entity responsible for electronically submitting the Request-For- Interchange: 1.Purchasing-Selling Entity or Balancing Authority submitting a Request-For- Interchange not otherwise required under a NERC Standard (or) 2.Purchasing-Selling Entity or Balancing Authority that has experienced a loss of resources affecting Net Scheduled Interchange. WR2.Each Purchasing-Selling Entity and each Balancing Authority designated in WR1 to submit a Request-For-Interchange affecting Net Scheduled Interchange shall submit that transaction electronically to the Western Interchange Tool (WIT).

13 WECC-0082/INT-016-WECC-CRT-2 INT-017-WECC-CRT-1 WR1. All transactions that impact Net Scheduled Interchange shall be submitted as a Request for Interchange (e-Tag). This includes all previously exempted untagged transactions within the WECC. Emergency Assistance and other qualifying After- the-Fact Requests for Interchange must be submitted within the number of hours specified in the e-Tagging specification, after start of the delivery hour. WR2. Each hour of a dynamic schedule must be updated with the actual value within 60 minutes of the completion of the operating hour to allow for correct Net Scheduled Interchange between Balancing Authorities. Any hour of a dynamic schedule may be corrected within the number of hours specified in the e-Tagging specification, after the start of the delivery hour requiring the change INT-016-WECC-CRT-2 WR1. Each Purchasing-Selling Entity and each Balancing Authority meeting one or more of the following criteria shall designate either the Purchasing-Selling Entity or the Balancing Authority as the entity responsible for electronically submitting the Request-For- Interchange: 1.Purchasing-Selling Entity or Balancing Authority submitting a Request-For- Interchange not otherwise required under a NERC Standard (or) 2.Purchasing-Selling Entity or Balancing Authority that has experienced a loss of resources affecting Net Scheduled Interchange. WR2.Each Purchasing-Selling Entity and each Balancing Authority designated in WR1 to submit a Request-For-Interchange affecting Net Scheduled Interchange shall submit that transaction electronically to the Western Interchange Tool (WIT).

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