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7. Submit Arranged Interchange for Curtailments and re-dispatch implementation requests. 8. Maintain record of an individual Confirmed Interchange. 9. Provide appropriate security protections for cyber assets and physical assets, and their related support systems and data. 10. Communicate to appropriate authorities and relevant functional entities of an actual or suspected attack on cyber assets and/or physical assets. NERC | Reliability Functional Model | June 2016 24
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Interchange and Interchange Coordinator Interchange Coordinator Definition The responsible entity that authorizes implementation of valid and balanced Interchange Schedules between Balancing Authority Areas, and ensures communication of Interchange information for reliability assessment purposes. 22 Relationships with Other Functional Entities Ahead of Time 1. Receive Requests for Interchange from Generation Owner, Purchasing-Selling Entity, and Load-Serving Entity. 2. Submit Arranged Interchange to become Confirmed Interchange to the Balancing Authorities and Transmission Service Providers for approvals. 3. Receive approval or denial from Transmission Service Providers of Transmission arrangement(s) for Arranged Interchange. 4. Receive approval or denial from Balancing Authorities of the ability to meet Ramping requirements for submitted Arranged Interchange. 5. Receives approval from Generation Owners, Purchase-Selling Entities, or Load-Serving Entities for any revised Arranged Interchange. 6. Communicate final approval or denial of a request for an Arranged Interchange to become Confirmed Interchange to the Reliability Coordinator, Balancing Authorities, Transmission Service Providers, Generation Owners, Purchasing-Selling Entities, and Load-Serving Entities for implementation. Real-time 7. Receive reliability alerts from the Reliability Coordinators. 8. Receive Curtailments and re-dispatch implementation requests from Reliability Coordinators and submits Arranged Interchange. 9. Receive information on Confirmed Interchange interruptions from the Balancing Authorities and communicates the Confirmed Interchange status to Balancing Authorities, Transmission Service Providers, Reliability Coordinators, Generation Owner, and Purchasing-Selling Entities, and Load- Serving Entities. 10. Inform Reliability Coordinators, Balancing Authorities, Transmission Service Providers, Generation Owners, Purchasing-Selling Entities, and Load-Serving Entities of Confirmed Interchange revisions (including Curtailments). After the hour 11. Provide a record of individual Confirmed Interchange to requesting Balancing Authorities. 12. Coordinate Confirmed Interchange with Balancing Authorities after the hour for “checkout.” 22 Definition of Interchange Authority from the NERC Glossary of Terms (as of May 15, 2016). The Glossary uses the term “Interchange Authority” whereas the Functional Model uses the term “Interchange Coordinator.” NERC | Reliability Functional Model | June 2016 25
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Transmission Service and Transmission Service Provider Transmission Service Tasks 1.
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  • Spring '17
  • KASMIS MISGANEW
  • ........., Electric power transmission, North American Electric Reliability Corporation, Reliability Coordinator

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