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    New ATCID, CBMID, and TRMID

     

    On March 31, 2014, TVA will make effective revised versions of its Transmission Reliability Margin Implementation Document (TRMID), Available Transfer Capability Implementation Document (ATCID), and Capacity Benefit Margin Implementation Document (CBMID).

     

    The revisions continue to meet the requirements of NERC reliability standards MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, and MOD-030-2. The TRMID, ATCID, and CBMID may be found in the ATC Information Link folder on the left. The CBMID also may be found in the CBM folder.

     

    __________________________updated 3/31/2014 rgw__________________________

     

    New TVA Large Generator Interconnection Procedures (LGIP)

    Effective March 1, 2014

     

    TVA has approved a new edition of the TVA Large Generator Interconnection Procedures (LGIP), which establishes the terms and conditions for generator interconnection service. The revised LGIP may be viewed and downloaded via the following link:

     

    2014 TVA Large Generator Interconnection Procedures (LGIP)

     

    For other information, please contact Mark Brooks at 423-697-4085.

     

    __________________________updated 2/25/2014 rgw__________________________

     

    EES to MISO Integration

    Effective December 19, 2013

     

    TVA will be consolidating the EES and MISO interface into one MISO POR/POD. Transmission service request for periods after Dec 19th 00:00 should use MISO as the POR/POD. Confirmed TSRs with a EES POR/POD will be modified to reflect this change. Tagging and Scheduling will also require the change from EES to MISO.

     

     

    New TVA Transmission Service Guidelines and Transmission Service Rates

    Effective December 1, 2013

     

    TVA has approved a new edition of the TVA Transmission Service Guidelines, which establishes the terms and conditions for transmission service, along with the associated rates for transmission and ancillary services. The revised Guidelines and associated rates can be viewed and downloaded via the following links:

     

    2013 TVA Transmission Service Guidelines

     

    TVA Transmission Rates, 2013

     

    For other information, please contact Heather Burnette at 423-697-4128.

     

    __________________________updated 10/23/2013 rsh__________________________

     

    Effective May 1, 2013, TVA will implement Intra-Hour Scheduling on the quarter hours in support of Variable Energy Resources, as outlined in FERC Order 764. See posted Business Practice Intra-Hour Scheduling.

     

    TVA will only accommodate requests for new e-Tags or for e-Tag adjustments that are scheduled to begin or end on the quarter hours (e.g., 00:00, 00:15, 00:30, and 00:45). Reliability Requests—Emergency Tags, Curtailments, and Reloads—will be treated as exceptions and handled as practicable within the bounds of reliable system operations.

     

    __________________________updated 4/2/2013 rgw__________________________

     

    On March 31, 2013, TVA will make effective revised versions of its Transmission Reliability Margin Implementation Document (TRMID), Available Transfer Capability Implementation Document (ATCID), and Capacity Benefit Margin Implementation Document (CBMID).

     

    The revisions continue to meet the requirements of NERC reliability standards MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, and MOD-030-2. The TRMID, ATCID, and CBMID may be found in the ATC Information Link folder on the left. The CBMID also may be found in the CBM folder.

     

    __________________________updated 3/29/2013 rgw__________________________

     

    New TVA Transmission Service Guidelines and Transmission Service Rates

    Effective December 1, 2012

     

    TVA has approved a new edition of the TVA Transmission Service Guidelines, which establishes the terms and conditions for transmission service, along with the associated rates for transmission and ancillary services. The revised Guidelines and associated rates can be viewed and downloaded via the following links:

     

    2012 TVA Transmission Service Guidelines

     

    TVA Transmission Rates, 2012

     

    For other information, please contact Heather Burnette at 423-697-4128.

     

    __________________________updated 11/27/2012 rgw__________________________

     

    On August 28, 2012, from 05:15 p.m. CPT to 06:45 p.m. CPT, OATi will be moving server locations. OASIS will not be available during the outage period. TVA customers may now begin using the new address: http://www.oasis.oati.com. The new address is currently active, but both addresses will run in parallel until the August 28 cutover.

     

    __________________________updated 8/17/2012 rgw__________________________

     

    TVA is now posting its Forecasted and Actual Load data on the System Data Summary page on OASIS. To view this information, select under the Attribute pull-down menu NATIVE FORECASTED LOAD or NATIVE ACTUAL LOAD. Under the Element pull-down menu, select TVA LOAD.

     

    __________________________updated 5/14/2012 rgw__________________________

     

     

    On March 31, 2012, TVA will make effective revised versions of its Transmission Reliability Margin Implementation Document (TRMID), Available Transfer Capability Implementation Document (ATCID), and Capacity Benefit Margin Implementation Document (CBMID).

     

    The revisions continue to meet the requirements of NERC reliability standards MOD-004-1, MOD-008-1, and MOD-030-2. The TRMID, ATCID, and CBMID may be found in the ATC Information Link folder on the left. The CBMID also may be found in the CBM folder.

     

    __________________________updated 3/30/2012 rgw__________________________

     

    EEI to TVA ATCs extended through September 30, 2012.

     

    The connection between EEI and TVA has been extended covering the period from June 1, 2012 through September 30, 2012. Transmission service should be submitted as normal.

     

    __________________________updated 03/23/2012 rsh__________________________

     

    Effective October 1, 2011, TVA will implement new Facility Connection Requirements.

     

    The TVA facility connection requirements for generation, transmission, and end-user facilities have been updated to meet the requirements of applicable NERC standards, specifically FAC-002-1, R1.1.4, effective on October 1, 2011. Updated facility connection requirements documents may be found in the Transmission Planning--Facility Connection Requirements folder on the left.

     

    __________________________updated 9/30/2011 rgw__________________________

     

    Effective July 1, 2011, the TVA-Duke interface will be split into two tie points, TVA-DUK and TVA-TAP, to accommodate a new TSP in the TVA Balancing Area.

     

    The Tapoco Division of Alcoa Power Generating Inc., has filed for approval with FERC and plans to register with NERC as a Transmission Service Provider.  Tapoco will operate under the acronym of TAP.  TAP will be a POR and POD on the TVA OASIS system and the TSP between TVA and DUK for the Santeetlah-Robbinsville tie point.  Under normal conditions each interface will have a Path Cap Scheduling Limit of 335 MWs.

    Sample Tags using TAP Transmission Service Provider(Click Here)

     

    __________________________updated 5/23/2011 rsh__________________________

     

    Effective March 31, 2011, TVA will implement a new Transmission Reliability Margin Implementation Document (TRMID) and a new Available Transfer Capability Implementation Document (ATCID).

     

    The new TRMID, applicable to the Transmission Operators within TVA, was developed to meet the requirements of applicable NERC MOD standards, specifically MOD-008-1, effective on April 1, 2011. The ATCID, applicable to the Transmission Operators and the Transmission Service Provider within TVA, was developed to meet the requirements of MOD-030-2, effective on April 1, 2011. Both documents may be found in the ATC Information Link folder on the left.

     

    __________________________updated 3/30/2011 rgw__________________________

     

    Effective March 31, 2011, TVA will implement a new Capacity Benefit Margin Implementation Document (CBMID).

     

    This document is applicable to the NERC functional entities within TVA that perform the roles of Load-Serving Entity, Resource Planner, Transmission Service Provider, Transmission Planner, and Balancing Authority. The CBMID (found in the CBM folder on the left) is to be compliant with the applicable NERC MOD standards, specifically MOD-004-1, effective on April 1, 2011.

     

     

    __________________________updated 3/23/2011 rgw__________________________

     

    Effective December 1, 2010, TVA will implement the following changes:

     

     

    Interface of MISO: TVA will create one interface with MISO by combining the paths of AMMO, AMIL, and BREC. TSRs submitted for the time period of 12/01/2010 and beyond should have MISO as the POR/POD. TSRs submitted for the time period prior to 12/01/2010 should continue to have the current PORs/PODs of AMMO, AMIL, and BREC. Tags/Schedules submitted for the time period of 12/01/2010 and beyond should have MISO as the POR/POD on the TVA system. Tags/Schedules submitted prior to 12/01/2010 should continue to have the current PORs/PODs of AMMO, AMIL, and BREC.

     

     

    Expanded ATC posting period: TVA will post at minimum 18 months of monthly ATC values, 4 weeks of weekly ATC values, 30 days of daily ATC values, and 168 hours of hourly ATC values. Firm TSRs will be accepted for the following periods next: 18 months for monthly, 3 weeks for weekly, and 14 days for daily service increments. Non-Firm TSRs will be accepted for the following durations: 2 months for monthly, 2 weeks for weekly, and 2 days for daily service increments.

     

     

    __________________________updated 11/11/2010 RSH __________________________

     

     

     

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