BPM Change Management: Proposed Revision Requests and Updated BPMs Posted as of 3/5/19
The California ISO has posted new proposed revision requests (PRRs) reflecting edits to Business Practice Manuals (BPM). Revised BPMs that have completed the BPM change management process are posted in the BPM Library.
The PRRs listed below have an open 10-business day comment or appeal period from March 5, 2019 through March 19.
PRR 1148 Settlements and Billing BPM, Updated BPM configuration guide for pre-calculation system resource deemed delivered energy quantity 5.3 to ensure ISO dynamic system resources LMC quantity is not derived at twice the value it should be
PRR 1147 Market Operations BPM, Emergency PRR, Conditionally available resource
PRR 1138Congestion Revenue Rights BPM, Congestion revenue rights 24 hour outage clarification
PRR 1137Outage Management BPM, Update to language for outages under the 24 hour rule
PRR 1134Congestion Revenue Rights BPM, Emergency PRR, Generator Contingency and Remedial Action Scheme Modeling Implementation Plan
PRR 1133Reliability RequirementsBPM, Local capacity requirements due to load migration
PRR 1132 Settlements and BillingBPM, Updates to BPM Configuration guides for the settlement and allocation of capacity procurement mechanism to address the automation of annual CPM and a neutrality issue detected in the allocation side of CPM
PRR 1131 Settlements and BillingBPM, Documentation only change for BPM charge code 6706 to show variable name associated in actual configuration
PRR 1130 Settlements and BillingBPM, Update the pre-calculation spin non-spin no pay quantity configuration to properly address fast start units
PRR 1129Market InstrumentsBPM, Attachment B sec B.2.2 clarification
PRR 1128Market OperationsBPM, Emergency PRR, FERC Order 844 reports
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.