The California ISO has posted the agenda for the Business Practice Manual (BPM) Change Management Executive Appeals Committee teleconference meeting on Feb. 19, 2020 to consider two separate appeals on the final decision of Proposed Revision Request (PRR) 1122, Inappropriate reporting of forced outages. This PRR affects the BPM for Outage Management.
The ISO’s BPM Change Management process enables the ISO and affected parties to propose and track all requested changes to ISO Business Practice Manuals, called Proposed Revision Requests (PRRs). The process also includes the right to appeal a final decision for reconsideration on a PRR to an appeals committee consisting of ISO executives.
During the public session, the committee will hear from the two appellants, ISO staff, and other interested stakeholders on PRR 1122. The Executive Appeals Committee meeting structure is as follows:
Parties may not raise PRR issues outside the scope of appeal.
The Executive Appeals Committee will have discretion to manage the meeting and examine the Appellants.
Stakeholders may comment. Comments or questions are limited to 5 minutes per stakeholder. Stakeholders that submitted comments will be heard first.
The meeting agenda includes appeals submitted by:
Cities of Anaheim, Azusa, Banning, Colton, Pasadena and Riverside, California (six cities)
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
The meeting will be recorded. The written decision of the Executive Appeals Committee will be posted to the ISO website by March 11, 2020.