Affidavits for Allocating and Retaining Transmission Plan Deliverability Due 12/07/2018
Generation interconnection customers must submit Transmission Plan Deliverability (TP Deliverability) affidavits to the California ISO by Dec. 7, 2018 to be eligible to receive or retain deliverability allocations in the annual TP Deliverability allocation process. This notice also applies to wholesale distribution access tariff (WDAT) projects studied by the ISO for deliverability.
The ISO reminds generation interconnection customers that they must submit TP Deliverability affidavits to the ISO by Dec. 7, 2018 to be eligible to receive or retain deliverability allocations in the annual TP Deliverability allocation process. This notice applies to generation interconnection customers with active projects in Queue Cluster 10 and earlier who: requested Full Capacity Deliverability Status (FCDS) or Partial Capacity Deliverability Status (PCDS) in their interconnection request, and are seeking to receive TP Deliverability; are seeking to retain previously allocated TP Deliverability; or are WDAT projects studied by the ISO for deliverability. Energy only projects and distributed
generation resource (DG facilities) projects do not need to submit an affidavit.
The table below describes the types of affidavits required and provides links to where they can be accessed on the ISO website. Please access the affidavit templates using the links provided, as they have been revised to reflect enhancements to the deliverability allocation procedures resulting from the ISO’s 2018 Interconnection Process Enhancement initiative.
Appendix DD Reference
FCDS or PCDS used by prior commitments
ISO Queue Serial - Cluster 4
WDAT projects studied for deliverability in: Cluster 4 or Prior
The ISO will accept an e-mail copy of notarized affidavits. The notarization should be in jurat form. TP deliverability affidavits are due by Dec. 7, 2018 to email@example.com, or to: California ISO, Attn: Queue Management, 250 Outcropping Way, Folsom, CA, 95630.
Currently, the ISO anticipates providing the TP Deliverability allocation results to interconnection customers in late March of 2019.
The ISO notes that the language in the revised affidavit templates presumes that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) will accept the ISO’s proposed tariff revisions submitted in Docket No. ER18-2498-000 effective Nov. 27, 2018. If FERC were to reject or modify the ISO's proposal, the ISO may need to modify the affidavit template and require interconnection customers to submit modified affidavits.
Generating facilities in ISO Queue Cluster 9 or earlier: