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Data due for 21HS1

Date and Time: Friday Jul 09, 2010 5:00
Type: NW Area Coordinator

Case Description

I.   Case Due Dates:
To Area Coordinator:     July 9, 2010
To Staff:     August 13, 2010

II.   Purpose:   General 10-year case with typical flows throughout WECC

III.   Items to be Prepared:
From Case:                   2020 HS1 Base Case
Stability Data:                Master Dynamics File (1)
Significant Changes:   2020 HS1 Base Case

IV.   Loads: Summer peak conditions

V.    Time: N/A

VI.

Generation Hydro Thermal Renewable
Canada Median -- --
Northwest Median High --
Idaho/Montana Median High --
Colorado/Wyoming Median High --
Northern California Hydro Median -- --
Northern California High High --
Southern California Low High --
Arizona/New Mexico High High --

 

 

VII.

Interchange** Condition Target* % Rating
Canada to Northwest -- -- --
Northwest to California  --  --  --
(COI/RATS) -- -- --
(PDCi) -- -- --
Path 15 S-N -- -- --
Wyoming/Idaho to Northwest -- -- --
Montana to Northwest -- -- --
Utah/Colorado to Southwest -- -- --
Southwest to Calif. (EOR/WOR) -- -- --
Intermountain to Adelanto DC -- --/-- --
Midway to Vincent -- -- --
SCIT -- -- --

 

 

*Actual flows within ± 10% of target are acceptable, but not to exceed the actual rating of the path.
**Targets may be altered as anticipated operting conditions become more clearly known. Renewables should be based onindividual entities' Renewable Portfolio Standard.

(Note) Where no target flows are specified actual scheduled transfers should be based on each areas load and generation (deficiency/surplus) balance and economical generation dispatch. The objective of the case should be kept in mind and schedules should be coordinated between areas prior to data submittal.
(1) Only Corrections to the MDF or new data for the MDF need be submitted.



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