Caiso Participating Generator Agreement

CAISO defines two classes of Utility Distribution Company. The first is the normal UDC, as used in the title of this subsection, and the other, a utility distribution company (SUDC). The main difference between these units is that the Small Utility Distribution Company has an annual peak need of 25 MW or less. I also expect that their requirements for interaction with CAISO will be less burdensome. One of the main conditions for the interaction of a UDC or SUDC with CAISO is that it must execute a UDC company agreement or a SUDC company agreement. The pro-forma versions of these agreements are listed in Annex B. They are also covered by two separate subsections in accordance with points 4 (4.4 and 4.11). Another comment, and then we will check the requirements for legitimate intermittent resources. I spent a lot more time than I should have studied how CAISO will manage solar and battery storage projects (where they are integrated into the same resource). This seems to be an ongoing decision, although solar developers are starting to build big projects like this. In addition, there is (at least) one class of generators that appears to be a collection basin of system generator resources that are not identified elsewhere, a resource-specific system resource (RSSR), so they can fall in the short term. SRSR requirements are discussed in section 4.12 and we will not specifically address these requirements. Although other renewable energy sources may be somewhat intermittent, their production can generally be predicted one day in advance to be considered “planned” and are therefore treated as other producers and discussed in section 4.6 and the next subsection of this document.

If the following resources (or other resources) cannot be scheduled, they are considered a dynamic resource of the system and therefore a legitimate intermittent resource. [1] California Independent System Operator, www.caiso.com/Pages/default.aspx ISO facilitates the timely installation and certification of Revenue Metering and telemetry for participating production units. Entities that produce electricity are (naturally) critical to the grid…