ISO Interconnection agreement and queue management
After a resource has completed the study phases of the interconnection process the interconnection customer must sign contracts, install metering and telemetry equipment and ISO must model the resource in market systems before participation in the wholesale power market is allowed. This also applies to Demand Response resources that have completed the process of registering and requesting a customer resource ID.
Process and requirements
Interconnection business practice manuals
To participate in the market, generators must enter into a Generator Interconnection Agreement (GIA), Participating Generator Agreement (PGA), and a Meter Service Agreement (MSA) with the ISO.
Information for project development activities pre-Initial Synchronization and Commercial Operation Date (COD), including annual transmission plan deliverability affidavits, requesting changes, and affected systems information.