OATT Sample Clauses

OATT a. A Nominal Funder agrees not to take action within the Steering Committee or other committees of NTTG, or fail to take action within the Steering Committee or other committees of NTTG, that prevents a Full Funder that is a public utility from complying with its Open Access Transmission Tariff including Attachment K, this Funding Agreement, and the Finance Agent Agreement.
OATT. OATT means SPP’s Open Access Transmission Tariff on file with the FERC.
OATT. 31.4.4.3.1; Public Policy Transmission Planning Process Manual (“PPP Manual”) § 3.2. least 3,000 MW of Long Island offshore wind under summer peak and light load conditions. Appendix A provides the details of the sufficiency criteria that the NYISO applied to determine the sufficiency of each proposed Public Policy Transmission Project and Other Public Policy Project to satisfy the LI Offshore Wind Export PPTN. 2.2 – Sufficiency Assessment Methodology‌ The process for developing the study cases for the Viability & Sufficiency Assessment is described in Section 4 of the NYISO Public Policy Transmission Planning Process Manual. Based on the sufficiency criteria set forth by the NYPSC Order, the NYISO determined that a power flow model should be applied to evaluate the LI Offshore Wind Export PPTN. The baseline and project study cases are based on the NYISO 2021 FERC 715 filing with the following major modifications: ■ Offshore wind generation modeled at full output: • ~3,000 MW connected to Zone K (Long Island): 139 MW @ East Hampton 69 kV, 880 MW @ Holbrook 138 kV, 1,260 MW @ Barrett 138 kV, 800 MW @ Ruland Rd 138 kV; • ~6,000 MW connected to Zone J (New York City): 816 MW @ Gowanus 345 kV, 1,230 MW @ Astoria 138 kV, 1,310 MW @ Farragut East 345 kV, 1,310 MW Farragut West 345 kV, and 1,310 MW West 49th St. 345 kV. ■ Load levels: • Zone K: 4,423 MW (including 499 MW behind-the-meter solar) in the Summer Peak case and 1,107 MW (including 1,108 MW behind-the-meter solar) in the Light Load case; • Zone J: 11,195 MW (including 290 MW behind-the-meter solar) in the Summer Peak case and 4,524 MW in the Light Load case (including 644 MW behind-the-meter solar). ■ Imports: • Summer Peak: Norwalk – Northport = 0 MW, Cross Sound Cable = 0 MW, Neptune = 660 MW, Zone J Generic HVDC @ Rainey 345 kV = 1,310 MW; • Light Load: Norwalk – Northport = 0 MW, Cross Sound Cable = 0 MW, Neptune = 0 MW, Zone J Generic HVDC @ Rainey 345 kV = 0 MW. ■ Dispatch of existing generators: • Following recommendations of the Transmission Owners Con Edison and LIPA, certain existing generators are kept dispatched on to maintain local reliability. The details can be found in the power flow cases. The NYISO utilized these modified cases to conduct transmission security analysis of the Southeastern New York system. Transmission security is the ability of the power system to withstand disturbances such as short circuits or unanticipated loss of system elements and continue to supply and deliver e...
OATT. 31.4.8.1.10.
OATT on the Class Year Start Date if a request to transfer CRIS at a different location, and upon the submission of the request if it is a request to transfer CRIS at the same location.
OATT. 31.4.4.4; PPP Manual § 3.4.2.
OATT. In that position, I was also involved with the development of proposed changes
OATT. FERC has issued an order under Section 205 of the FPA accepting the rate schedule or OATT filed by the Clean Line Parties without substantial condition or modification that is materially adverse to either the Clean Line Parties or the customer under the Acceptable Transmission Services Agreement.