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Submitted on behalf of Cities of Anaheim, Azusa, Banning, Colton, Pasadena, and Riverside, California
Bonnie Blair (email@example.com)
With respect to the existing and new language in Tariff Section 29.9(d)(1) italicized below, the Six Cities request that the CAISO explain how and why transmission and Generation Outages approved by an EIM Entity or EIM Sub-Entity would be implemented through the Day-Ahead Market process, since EIM Entities and EIM Sub-Entities only participate in the CAISO’s Real-Time markets.
(d) Actions Regarding Scheduled Outages.
(1) CAISO Evaluation of Scheduled Outages. The CAISO will implement the transmission and Generation Outages approved by the EIM Entity or EIM Sub-Entity through the Day-Ahead Market process and will inform the EIM Entity Scheduling Coordinator and EIM Sub-Entity Scheduling Coordinator where applicable of any anticipated overloads.
If the reference to the Day-Ahead Market process is erroneous, Six Cities recommend that it be corrected.
The Six Cities have no other comments on the Revised Draft Tariff Language; Revised Draft EIM Sub-Entity Scheduling Coordinator Agreement; Revised Draft EIM Sub-Entity Agreement; Revised Draft EIM Sub-Entity Implementation Agreement; or Second Revised Draft Appendix A.
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