Renewable Exemption Bank definition

Renewable Exemption Bank means the amount of UCAP MW calculated separately for each Mitigated Capacity Zone by the ISO to remain available as described in Section 23.4.5.7.13.5.5 from the most recently completed Class Year Study, Additional SDU Study or Expedited Deliverability Study after deducting the UCAP equivalent MW of awarded Renewable Exemptions in that most recent study from the Renewable Exemption Limit.

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Hence, the final value for the Renewable Exemption Bank in the G-J Locality that will be available from CY19 is -203.1 MW.

Since Zone J is nested within the G-J Locality, any positive UCAP MW in the Renewable Exemption Bank for Zone J are deducted from the bank for the G-J Locality.

These clients should be counseled regarding risks, benefits, and limitations of monthly BSE and the importance of annual clinical breast exams.

We agree with NYISO that its proposed Renewable Exemption Bank has rules in place to prevent duplicative exemption awards.

NYISO further explains that it calculates the Renewable Exemption Bank for the G-J Locality in the same manner, using the data relevant to the G-J Locality, but subtracts the UCAP equivalent MW associated with the exempted CRIS MW received by Qualified Renewable Exemption Applicants in the current study in both Zone J and theG-J Locality as well as any positive UCAP MW remaining in the Renewable Exemption Bank for Zone J.

We also find that NYISO’s proposed pro rata allocation methodology aligns with the mechanics of the Renewable Exemption Bank.

Commission Determination We find that the Renewable Exemption Bank component of NYISO’s proposed Renewable Exemption Limit complies with the Commission’s February 2020 Order because it is expressed in UCAP and it is calculated for each mitigated capacity zone.

Additionally, as discussed above, we find that the Renewable Exemption Bank component of NYISO’s proposed Renewable Exemption Limit complies with the Commission’s February 2020 Order absent any modifications.

NYISO explains that the Renewable Exemption Bank is the mechanism through which UCAP MWs not used in prior interconnection studies are “carried over” into subsequent studies.

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