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MIC/ISAS LIAISON REPORT June 15, 2007 April, 2007 ISAS Meeting Highlights.

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1 MIC/ISAS LIAISON REPORT June 15, 2007 April, 2007 ISAS Meeting Highlights

2 NERC IS Report Except for removal of Passive Approval from timing tables, Jan., 2007, smooth implementation of e-tag spec Except for removal of Passive Approval from timing tables, Jan., 2007, smooth implementation of e-tag spec –Urgent action SAR submitted (and accepted) to modify timing tables. Reviewed draft e-tag spec. 1.8 and the upcoming migration efforts toward implementation by the end of the year. Reviewed draft e-tag spec. 1.8 and the upcoming migration efforts toward implementation by the end of the year. V.1.8 will address dynamic scheduling issues. Will provide BA capability of adjusting dynamic tags ATF (currently only tag author function). V.1.8 will address dynamic scheduling issues. Will provide BA capability of adjusting dynamic tags ATF (currently only tag author function).

3 JISWG and e-tag Spec. 1.8 Update JISWG assigned responsibility to modify e-tag spec. and schema to match NERC and NAESB CI standards. JISWG assigned responsibility to modify e-tag spec. and schema to match NERC and NAESB CI standards. Electric Industry Registry Electric Industry Registry –NERC wants to keep control of the Registry. –JISWG submitted a Standards Request, requesting the registry be the responsibility of NAESB. Approved by the EC and assigned to JISWG. Timing Table Modifications Timing Table Modifications –See NAESB R07007.

4 JISWG and e-tag Spec. 1.8 Update Modifications in v1.8 include: Modifications in v1.8 include: –Alignment with FM terminology. –Add rounding definition and ramp rate validation. –Additions of missing elements (i.e., ramping). –Request states will include: PENDING, WITHDRAWN, APPROVED, DENIED, EXPIRED. –Individual approval states will include: PENDING, APPROVED, DENIED, STUDY, EXPIRED. –Composite states will include: CONFIRMED IMPLEMENTED, CANCELLED, TERMINATED, PENDING, WITHDRAWN, DENIED AND EXPIRED. (NOTE: DEAD is missing.)

5 JISWG and e-tag Spec. 1.8 Update Modifications (continued): Modifications (continued): –Addition of time classification (Late, On-Time, ATF). –Allow ATF e-tags to be terminated. –Allow Source and Sink to modify dynamics with actual data. –Transmission Allocation energy profile. –Extend e-tag creation to 168 hours into the past. –Extend e-tag adjustment to 168 hours into the past for dynamics.

6 JISWG and e-tag Spec. 1.8 Update E-tag 1.8 recent activities: E-tag 1.8 recent activities: –Completed draft versions and working to finalize document for posting. –Posted for comment on March 23, –Drafting an implementation plan. –Requesting industry comments on the spec, schema, and specifically MWh rounding – comments were due April 23. –Documents can be found at:

7 JISWG and e-tag Spec. 1.8 Update Implementation Plan: Implementation Plan: –May 3, 2007 – post on NERC and NAESB websites for industry comment. –June 13 – August 5, 2007 – Testing and development. –September 5, 2007 – Industry tutorials, Q&A, Information Sharing. 2-4 web casts, 3 hours each) 2-4 web casts, 3 hours each) –September 5 – November 2, 2007 – User training and testing. –October 1 – November 2, 2007 – Four workshops to be held. WI - Phoenix and San Diego WI - Phoenix and San Diego –December 5, 2007 – E-tag 1.8 implementation.

8 WIT Registry and WIT Implementation Functionality highlights: Functionality highlights: –Only for BAs at this time. –Cannot create something that has not been entered into TSIN. Drop downs come from the NERC registry. –When a PSE registers a Sink or Source for a BA, the system is not designed to notify the BA individually. The BA should currently receive notification from TSIN that a new point has been registered. –Be aware that the NERC site could take quite a bit of time before the entry is valid. –Contact Mark Nielsen (project manager) at OATI with technical questions.

9 WIT Registry and WIT Implementation Live on May 30, Live on May 30, One known bump in the road since going to full implementation. One known bump in the road since going to full implementation. –Seven entities impacted (could not submit tags for validation). –Vendor reviewing cause.

10 EIWG Update Implemented more formal review, comment and voting methodology regarding e-tag issues raised to the EIWG. Implemented more formal review, comment and voting methodology regarding e-tag issues raised to the EIWG. –Review issue. –Evaluate against reliability standards. –Document findings. –Formulate resolution to entity that issue was raised against. –Vote at ISAS only if entity disagrees with recommendation.

11 EIWG Update Reviewed: Reviewed: –Improper Denial of an e-tag by a TP. –Unauthorized Use of Override Function in ETS (tagging software). –Improper Denial of an e-tag for non-required field. –Denial of e-tags due to software problem –Passive denial of tags

12 BPWG Update Rework on INT-BPS Rework on INT-BPS –Did not pass at March, 2007 OC Meeting. –Purpose: define WECC requirements in addition to NERC standards. –Prior to operating hour, dynamics not part of NSI between adjacent BAs. 60 minutes to update, 96 hours to correct. 60 minutes to update, 96 hours to correct. –Motion passed to approve modifications.

13 Other Items Presentation and Q & A on CEP by WECC (Steve McCoy). Presentation and Q & A on CEP by WECC (Steve McCoy). –Reviewed readiness evaluations and compliance audits. –Audit worksheets. –Monitoring process. –Reporting. –Sanction and penalty calculations. Pre-scheduling Evaluation Task Force Presentation. Pre-scheduling Evaluation Task Force Presentation. BPA WestTrans OASIS Update. BPA WestTrans OASIS Update. Next Meeting: August 8-9, Boise (WGs meet on the 7 th ). Next Meeting: August 8-9, Boise (WGs meet on the 7 th ).


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