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Effective 5.27.2022 09:15 EPT
A Hot Weather Alert has been issued from 07:00 on 05.31.2022 through 23:00 on 05.31.2022 Per M-13, members are expected to perform:
TRANSMISSION/GEN DISPATCH review plans to determine if any maintenance/testing, scheduled/being performed, on any monitoring, control, transmission/generating equipment can be deferred/canceled.
-Review & update unit parameters in Markets Gateway (MG) through the Hot Weather Alert period paying particular attention to accurate Start-up & Notification, Min/Max Run Time, Eco Min/Max and Emergency Min/Max info.
-Submit alternate fuel capability & resource limitations via MG.
-Review fuel supply/delivery schedules in anticipation of greater than normal operation of units.
-Provide PJM with estimate of time needed to return any unit on a Planned Outage. This 'Early Return Time' should be updated in eDART & will not affect the Planned Outage est. end date.
-Dual fuel units, confirm the equipment is functional & amount of alternate fuel available.
-Update PLS schedule parameters as indicated in Manual 11 Section 2.3.4.
Additional Comments: Forecasted temperatures between 90-93 degrees., THI 80.
Affected region(s): PJM-RTO
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