Interchange scheduling contracts energy delivery
Consistent with North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) standards, upon receiving an ISO market award involving interchange imports and exports, the responsible purchasing selling entity must submit a NERC e-tag interchange schedule to physically schedule energy or capacity delivery.
Each valid market award must be cross-referenced on each e-Tag, which is verified by the California ISO Interchange Transaction Software (CAS). The following three data elements are required to facilitate confirmation of the market transmission award. Any extra or missing element(s) will result in automatic tag denial.
Contract Reference Number (CRN)for existing transmission contracts or transmission ownership rights, as registered in the ISO Master File, or “NONE” for market transmission
||“ENGY”, “SPIN”, or “NSPN”|
||Market Resource ID as registered in the Master File|
The interchange scheduling and tagging documents are provided to assist the responsible scheduling coordinator’s purchasing selling entity with the preparation of e-tags associated with each market award at an intertie.
Guidelines and procedures
Capacity benefit margins reportsThe Capacity Benefit Margin report will no longer be published to this page after the trade date for May 16, 2014. CBM information will continue to be available in the Transmission reports on OASIS.
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