BPM Change Management: Proposed Revision Requests for Reliability Coordinator Services Posted as of 11/02/18
This notice announces the posting and beginning of stakeholder review periods for new Proposed Revision Requests (PRRs) to Business Practice Manuals (BPM), ISO recommendations, and final decisions on previously submitted PRRs.
The California ISO has posted new proposed revision requests reflecting edits to Business Practice Manuals (BPM) and the new Reliability Coordinator Services BPM.
The PRRs listed below have an open 10-business day comment or appeal period from Nov. 2, 2018 through November 16.
PRR 1097 Managing Full Network Model BPM, Reliability coordinator services updates
PRR 1098 Settlements and Billing BPM, Updated BPM configuration guide for charge code 8835 annual resource adequacy availability incentive mechanism neutrality to accommodate the removal of the pass through bill hierarchy
PRR 1099 Settlements and Billing BPM, Updates to the BPM for Settlements and Billing to support the implementation of reliability coordinator services
PRR 1100 Settlements and Billing BPM, Settlement charge code changes for congestion revenue rights (CRR) auction efficiency Phase 1B initiative
PRR 1101 Settlements and Billing BPM, Updates to BPM configuration guides for charge codes 8830 and 8831 to implement resource-level resource adequacy availability incentive mechanism exclusion flags
PRR 1102 Settlements and Billing BPM, Updated BPM configuration guide for pre-calculation system resource deemed delivered energy quantity to accommodate energy imbalance market BANC-SMUD Initiative relocation of logical meter calculation code from an upstream calculation into settlements
PRR 1103 Submitted by San Diego Gas & Electric Company, Reliability Requirements BPM, Reliability requirement update for consistency and cleanup
The ISO may unilaterally make and implement revisions to the BPMs in emergency circumstances, as set forth in Sections 22.4.3 and 22.11 of the ISO Tariff and in Section 2.6 of the Business Practice Manual for BPM Change Management. An emergency PRR will continue through the BPM change management stakeholder process to obtain stakeholder input on the revisions and make other recommendations, as necessary.
Please note that affected parties must register in order to submit a PRR or written comments.