3Automatic Underfrequency Load Shedding – WECC Focus Preserve the existing WECC Consolidated Coordinated Plan - VarianceApplicable to Correct EntityUFLS entities – responsible for the ownership, operation, or control of UFLS equipment (WECC-0065 Criterion)
4Automatic Underfrequency Load Shedding – WECC Focus WECC Consolidated Coordinated UFLS Plan13-page document posted for 30 days September 22, – closes October 22, 2010Response to comments due back November 21, 2010Is it complete? Did we miss something or miss-quote something?
5Automatic Underfrequency Load Shedding – WECC Focus Some issues within the approved standard may cause WECC OC and PCC to re-think implementationM.E.B.12. Each Planning Coordinator shall have dated evidence such as reports, data gathered from an historical event, or other dated documentation to show that it participated in a UFLS design assessment per Requirements E.B.12 and E.B.4 if UFLS program deficiencies are identified in E.B.11
6Automatic Underfrequency Load Shedding – WECC Focus E.B.11 Each Planning Coordinator in whose area a BES islanding event results in system frequency excursions below the initializing set points of the UFLS program, shall participate in and document a coordinated event assessment with all affected Planning Coordinators to conduct and document an assessment of the event within one year of event actuation to evaluate:E.B The performance of the UFLS equipmentE.B The effectiveness of the UFLS program
7Automatic Underfrequency Load Shedding – WECC Focus So what does this meanCompare to the simulations that established the plan and determine if the actual event did not match the simulations – why? What is wrong? What changed? Etc.Does WECC have the simulation model that establish the plan – in the past an ad-hoc group does the simulation analysis. It is maintained and updated? Is it an operating case with reflection of reserve?
8Automatic Underfrequency Load Shedding – Recommendation WECC form a permanent group to maintain the simulation model and to be able to run a comparison analysis in the event it needs to be done. (maintain some kind of continuity of personnel)Reports to the JGCEvent Analysis has been under OC in the past
9Automatic Underfrequency Load Shedding – Implementation Effective one year following the first day of the first calendar quarter after applicable regulatory approvals.January 1, 2011 anticipated dateFinish WECC-0065Address where and whom to maintain simulation