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6. Notify other Transmission Planners, Transmission Owners, Transmission Operators and other entities that may be impacted by any planned BES changes. 7. Coordinate with Distribution Providers, Transmission Owners, Generator Owners and Load-Serving Entities in the evaluation and plans for all requests required to integrate new (end-use customer, generation, and Transmission) Facilities into the BES. 8. Submit and coordinate the plans for the interconnection of Facilities to the BES within its Transmission Planner area with other Transmission Planners and the Planning Coordinator, as appropriate. 8 Definition of Transmission Planner from the NERC Glossary of Terms (as of May 15, 2016). NERC | Reliability Functional Model | June 2016 9
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Transmission Planning and Transmission Planner 9. Coordinate and develop Transfer Capability values with other Transmission Planners, Reliability Coordinators, Transmission Operators, Transmission Owners, Transmission Service Providers, and the Planning Coordinator. 10. Coordinate with Transmission Owners and Generator Owners to define system protection and control needs and requirements, including Remedial Action Schemes to meet reliability needs. 11. Receive maintenance schedules and construction plans from Transmission Operator or Transmission Owner for input into and evaluation of BES expansion plans. NERC | Reliability Functional Model | June 2016 10
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Reso urce Planning and Resource Planner Resource Planning Tasks 1. Acquire or develop the tools needed to evaluate long-term resource Adequacy for a specific set of loads. 2. Acquire or develop the data and information required for performing periodic resource Adequacy assessments. 3. Determine the reliability criteria used as the basis for assessing long-term resource Adequacy. 4. Perform periodic resource Adequacy assessments and document the results. 5. Evaluate future resource alternatives. 6. Create and periodically update a long-term resource plan. NERC | Reliability Functional Model | June 2016 11
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Resource Planning and Resource Planner Resource Planner Definition The entity that develops a long-term (generally one year and beyond) plan for the resource adequacy of specific loads (customer demand and energy requirements) within a Planning Authority area. 9 Relationships with Other Functional Entities 1. Collect data and information required for performing periodic resource Adequacy assessments from one or more of the following entities as necessary: Load-Serving Entity, Generator Owner, Generator Operator, Transmission Planner, Planning Coordinator, and Transmission Service Provider. 2. Provide long-term resource plan information to the Transmission Planner for power system modeling and Planning Assessments. 3. Receive information from the Transmission Planners regarding submitted resource plan deliverability.
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  • Spring '17
  • KASMIS MISGANEW
  • ........., Electric power transmission, North American Electric Reliability Corporation, Reliability Coordinator

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