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Markets & Operations

System Information

 

Exceptions to Three Percent Three Pivotal Supplier Test ThresholdXLS
Historical Area Control Error Data
Potential Transmission Switching Options
Critical Energy Infrastructure Information
Emergency Procedures
Real-Time Operational Data - This page includes Locational Marginal Pricing, Transfer Limits, Instantaneous Load and Transmission Constraints
Historical Load Data
Seven-Day Load Projections & Constraint Forecast InformationTXT
Historical 1800 Load Forecast
Long-Term Firm Transmission Service Requests - System Impact Studies
Day-Ahead Interface Flows & LimitsCSV 

Pricing Interface Definitions

The Eastern reactive transfer interface definition will be revised on 5.19.2017 to coincide with the completion of eDART transmission ticket 620476. The revision will include the addition of the new Lauschtown-Hosensack 500 kV line and the removal of the TMI-Hosensack 500 kV line from the definition. The change is necessitated by the planned energization of the new Lauschtown 500 kV substation along the existing TMI-Hosensack 500 kV line.

The AP South reactive transfer interface definition will be revised on 10.7.2016. The revision will include the addition of the Bismark-Doubs 500 kV line and the removal of the Mt. Storm-Doubs 500 kV line from the definition. The change is necessitated by the planned energization of the new Bismark 500 kV substation along the existing Mt Storm-Doubs 500 kV line. The new AP South interface definition will be composed of:
  1. Bismark – Doubs 500 kV line  (previously Mt. Storm – Doubs 500 kV line)
  2. Greenland Gap – Meadow Brook 500 kV line
  3. Mt. Storm – Valley 500 kV line
  4. Mt. Storm – Meadow Brook 500 kV line
APS-EastPDF
ATSIPDF
BCPDF
BCPEPPDF
CE-East (COMED) Interface Definition ChangePDF
DPLPDF
DOM-CHES: PDF |CSV
England: PDF |CSV
PENELECPDF
PEPCOPDF
Red Bank: PDF |CSV
Revision to the Eastern Transfer Interface DefinitionPDF
SENECAPDF
WarrenPDF
Yorktown: PDF |CSV

Special Protection Scheme (SPS/RAS) Installation/Removal

New North Hampton SPS/RAS
The new North Hampton SPS/RAS in Dominion zone (as discussed at the 1.10.2017 Operating Committee Meeting) will be implemented operationally on 4.16.2017.
Temporary Dominion RASPDF
Please see the following TEAC presentation (slides 9-27) for more information on the related Surry-Skiffes Creek project. TEAC Reliability Analysis UpdatePDF
Jenkins SPS/RAS Retirement
The Jenkins SPS/RAS has been retired due to the Jenkins 230 kV substation re-configuration; specifically Jenkins-Mountain 230 kV line was re-routed and is now the Jenkins-Mountain 230 kV line. Re-configuration work was performed as part of eDART transmission outage tickets 652451 and 652448. The SPS/RAS was originally installed to mitigate loading on the Susquehanna-Jenkins 230 kV line.
Bath County Stability SPS/RAS for Dooms-Lexington Outage
The Dooms-Lexington 500 kV line returned to service starting on 12.20.2016. As a result, the SPS/RAS is disarmed. The Dooms-Lexington line outage started on 10.23.2016 to complete the last phase of the line rebuild. The stability SPS/RAS was originally installed to address the impact of the long term Dooms-Lexington outage occurring in 2014 and 2015. The SPS/RAS will remain available for future use during emergent and planned outages.
Bath County Thermal SPS/RAS Retirement
The Bath County Thermal SPS/RAS to control for a contingency thermal overload on the Cloverdale 6A & 6B transformers will be retired on 12.1.2016. The scheme is no longer required and will be removed from service. Operationally, the SPS has not been used since 9.17.2016 coinciding with the start of the Cloverdale-Lexington 500 kV line outage to facilitate the retirement and replacement of the Cloverdale 6A & 6B transformers.

Ratings

Ratings Information
Manual-03: Attachment F Short-Term Emergency Line RatingsXLS
BGE:
Crosstown Common Trench Circuit RatingsXLS
230KV Harbor Crossing Cables (2344 & 2345) - Special RatingsXLS
PEPCO:
Common Trench Cable RatingsXLS

Transmission Facilities Information

Reliability & Markets Tariff Facility Modifications:
Approved or Denied for 6.1.2017XLS
To be Effective June 2017 as Proposed by Transmission Owners - 12.1.2016XLS
Approved or Denied for 6.1.2016XLS
To be Effective June 2015 as Proposed by Transmission Owners - 3.18.2015XLS
Approved or Denied for 6.1.2015XLS
List of Designated Network Resources
Transmission Facilities
Complete DescriptionsTXT - Updated 9.12.2017
Outage Information
Regional Transmission Expansion Plan Construction Status
Post Contingency Congestion Management Changes for 6.1.2016PDF

Transmission Outage Cancellation & Rescheduling After Day-Ahead Market Metrics

201720162015 | 2014 | 2013PDF

EMS Model Builds

The Summer 2017 EMS model build is now currently scheduled for May 23, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.

The Summer 2016 EMS model build is now currently scheduled for May 26 at 9:00 a.m.

The Spring 2016 EMS model build is currently scheduled for March 17 at 9:00 a.m.