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LPGRR057

Summary

Title: Alignment with NPRR781, Updates to Nodal Protocol Section 18, Load Profiling, to Align with Current Market Processes
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Status: Approved on 10/27/2016
Effective Dates:
11/01/2016

Action

Date Gov Body Action Taken Next Steps
10/27/2016 TAC Approved
09/29/2016 TAC Deferred/Tabled Revision Request Consideration
09/14/2016 COPS Recommended for Approval Revision Request Consideration
08/31/2016 PWG Recommended for Approval Revision Request Consideration
07/27/2016 PWG Deferred/Tabled Impact Analysis Consideration
06/29/2016 PWG Recommended for Approval Impact Analysis Consideration

Voting Record

Date Gov Body Motion Result
10/27/2016 TAC To approve LPGRR057 as recommended by COPS in the 9/14/16 COPS Report. Passed
09/29/2016 TAC To table LPGRR057. Passed
09/14/2016 COPS To recommend approval of LPGRR057 as recommended by PWG in the 8/31/16 PWG Report. Passed
08/31/2016 PWG To endorse and forward to COPS the 7/27/16 PWG Report as revised by PWG and the Impact Analysis for LPGRR057. Passed
07/27/2016 PWG To table LPGRR057. Passed
06/29/2016 PWG To recommend approval of LPGRR057 as revised by PWG. Passed

Vote tallies here reflect individual votes, not the weight of the votes by market segment. Affirmative votes are not recorded in these vote tallies. For additional details on the voting record, please consult the Recommendation or Action Report, or the official vote tally if available, as posted in the key documents.

Background

Status: Approved
Date Posted: Jun 1, 2016
Sponsor: Profiling Working Group (PWG)
Urgent: No
Sections: This LPGRR includes numerous changes within the Load Profiling Guide. Please see the LPGRR submission form under "Key Documents" for a complete list of impacted Sections.
Description: With the proliferation of Advanced Metering Systems (AMS) in the ERCOT market, this Load Profiling Guide Revision Request (LPGRR) provides a comprehensive review of the Load Profiling Guide (LPG) and makes the following changes: • Updates language to clarify purpose and definitions; • Updates current processes and methodologies; and • Removes outdated processes and practices. Much of the removed language was originally created when the retail market deregulated and outlined the theories and approaches utilized for the initial development of Load Profile assignments for non-interval Electronic Service Identifiers (ESI IDs). As the market has matured, particularly with the deployment of AMS, such detailed explanation of creating Load Profiling Methodologies and processes are no longer utilized.
Reason: Addresses current operational issues, meets strategic goals, market efficiencies or enhancements, and administrative.

Key Documents