March 13, 2014
Requested Client Action
Market Rules and Market Design
Revised Draft 2013-2014 Transmission Plan and ISO Responses to Comments Posted
The California ISO has posted the Revised Draft 2013-2014 Transmission Plan and its responses to stakeholder comments to its website.
The ISO has posted the Revised Draft 2013-2014 Transmission Plan, which will be presented to the ISO Board of Governors for their approval during the March 19-20, 2014 board meeting. Upon Board approval of the revised Transmission Plan, with any identified changes the ISO will post the Board Approved 2013-2014 Transmission Plan and stakeholders will be notified in a separate market notice.
The Revised Draft 2013-2014 Transmission Plan is available on the ISO website at http://www.caiso.com/planning/Pages/TransmissionPlanning/2013-2014TransmissionPlanningProcess.aspx under the Phase 2 - conduct technical studies and develop comprehensive plan > 2013-2014 transmission plan.
The ISO will post its responses to stakeholder comments from the Draft 2013-2014 Transmission Plan at the above link under the Comments on draft 2013-2014 transmission plan subheading by close of business today. ISO responses to stakeholder comments on the San Francisco Peninsula Extreme Event Assessment will be posted on the Market Participant Portal (MPP).
About the Secured Transmission Planning Webpage
In compliance with FERC Order No. 890, the ISO provides stakeholders access to confidential base case data used in the transmission planning process through a secured website. The non-disclosure agreement and criteria for accessing the site are available at http://www.caiso.com/planning/Pages/TransmissionPlanning/Default.aspx under the Accessing transmission data and Transmission planning base case data subheading. For more information on how to receive access to the secure website, please contact Dana Young at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Attract, develop and retain a highly skilled workforce • Operate the grid reliably and efficiently • Provide fair and open transmission access
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