Title Resource Node Updated Definitions
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Status Approved on 10/21/2008
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or per the Nodal Protocol Transition Plan http://www.ercot.com/mktrules/protocols (11/01/08 Nodal Protocols Library)


Date Gov Body Action Taken Next steps
07/17/2008 PRS Recommended for Approval Review of Impact Analysis for NPRR124.
06/19/2008 PRS Referred Review by TPTF
10/21/2008 BOARD Approved
09/24/2008 PRS Recommended for Approval TAC consideration
10/02/2008 TAC Recommended for Approval Board consideration
05/22/2008 TPTF Recommended for Approval PRS consideration
04/18/2008 PRS Referred Review by TPTF.

Voting Record

Date Gov Body Motion Result
07/17/2008 PRS To recommend approval of NPRR124 as amended by TPTF comments and as revised by PRS. Passed
06/19/2008 PRS To refer NPRR124 to TPTF to clarify the meaning of "logical construct" and consider adding a definition for "logical resource node." Passed
10/21/2008 BOARD The ERCOT Board approved NPRR124 as revised by the ERCOT Board. Passed
09/24/2008 PRS To endorse and forward the PRS Recommendation Report and Impact Analysis to TAC. Passed
10/02/2008 TAC To recommend approval of NPRR124 as recommended by PRS. Passed
05/22/2008 TPTF To endorse forwarding TPTF comments to the Protocol Revision Subcommittee (PRS) with the understanding that ERCOT will bring back to TPTF a procedure detailing the assigning of Resource Nodes using the struck language from the discussion document. Passed
04/18/2008 PRS To refer NPRR124 to TPTF for review. Passed


Status: Approved
Date Posted: Apr 10, 2008
Sponsor: ERCOT Staff
Urgent: No
Sections: Section 2.1, Definitions
Description: This Nodal Protocol Revision Request (NPRR) clarifies the definition for Resource Node and specifies the different Resource Node types that meet the Nodal Protocol requirements.
Reason: The current definition of Resource Node limits the capabilities of the intended Nodal Market and is inconsistently used within the Protocols based on explicit and implicit requirements. There is a need for more Resource Node types to fully capture the intent of the Protocols.

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