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Nerc reliability functional model june 2016 14

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NERC | Reliability Functional Model | June 2016 14
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Reliability Operations and Reliability Coordinator 2. Receive facility 15 and operational data from Generator Operators, Distribution Providers, Load-Serving Entities, Transmission Owners, Generator Owners, and Transmission Operators. 3. Receive generation dispatch from Balancing Authorities and issue dispatch adjustments to Balancing Authorities to prevent exceeding limits within the Reliability Coordinator Area (if not resolved through market mechanisms). 4. Receive integrated operational plans from Balancing Authorities for reliability analysis of Reliability Coordinator Area. 5. Receive Transmission and generation maintenance plans from Transmission Owners and Generator Owners, respectively, for reliability analysis. 6. Provide Interconnection Reliability Operating Limits (IROLs) to those functional entities with a reliability- related need. 7. Assist Transmission Operators in calculating and coordinating System Operating Limits. 8. Provide reliability analyses to Transmission Operators, Generator Operators and Balancing Authorities in its area as well as other Reliability Coordinators. 9. Direct Generator Owners and Transmission Owners to revise generation and Transmission maintenance plans that are adverse to reliability. 10. Receive balancing information from Balancing Authorities for monitoring. 11. Receive final approval or denial of Arranged Interchange from Interchange Coordinator. 12. Develops operating agreements or procedures with Transmission Owners. 13. Coordinate with Transmission Operators on restoration plans, contingency 16 plans and Interconnected Operations Services (IOS). Real-time 14. Coordinate reliability processes and actions with and among other Reliability Coordinators. 15. Receive Real-time operational information from Balancing Authorities, Interchange Coordinators and Transmission Operators for monitoring. 16. Issue reliability alerts to Generator Operators, Transmission Operators, Transmission Service Providers, Balancing Authorities, Interchange Coordinators, Regional Entities and NERC. 17. Issue corrective actions and Emergency procedure directives to Transmission Operators, Balancing Authorities, Generator Operators, Distribution Providers, and Interchange Coordinators. 18. Specify reliability–related requirements to Balancing Authorities. 19. Receive verification of Emergency procedures from Balancing Authorities. 20. Receive notification of Confirmed Interchange changes from Balancing Authorities. 21. Order re-dispatch of generation by Balancing Authorities. 22. Direct use of flow control devices by Transmission Operators. 23. Respond to requests from Transmission Operators to assist in mitigating equipment overloads. 15 The Glossary definition of “Facility” is not appropriate because the definition is limited in application to BES Elements.
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  • Spring '17
  • KASMIS MISGANEW
  • ........., Electric power transmission, North American Electric Reliability Corporation, Reliability Coordinator

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