INT-001-3: Interchange Information
To ensure that Interchange information is submitted to the NERCidentified reliability analysis service.
- Purchase-Selling Entities
- Balancing Authorities
August 27, 2008 (U.S.) – NERC Board Approved: October 9, 2007
R1.1. All Dynamic Schedules at the expectedaverage MW profile for each hour.
R2.2. For each bilateral Inadvertent Interchange payback.
M1. The Purchasing-Selling Entity that serves the load shall have and provide upon request evidence that could include but is not limited to, its Interchange Transaction tags operator logs, voice recordings or transcripts of voice recordings, electronic communications, computer printouts or other equivalent evidence that will be used to confirm that Arranged Interchange was submitted to the Interchange Authority for all Dynamic Schedules at the expected average MW profile for each hour as specified in Requirement 1.
M2. Each Sink Balancing Authority shall haveand provide upon request evidence that could include but is not limited to, Interchange Transaction tags operator logs, voice recordings or transcripts of voice recordings, electronic communications, computer printouts, or other equivalent evidence that will be used to confirm that Arranged Interchange was submitted to the Interchange Authority as specified in Requirements 2.1 and 2.2.
1. Compliance Monitoring Process
1.1. Compliance Monitoring Responsibility Regional Reliability Organizations shall be responsible for compliance monitoring.
1.2. Compliance Monitoring and Reset Time Frame
One or more of the following methods will be used to assess compliance:
– Self-certification (Conducted annually with submission according to schedule.)
– Spot Check Audits (Conducted anytime with up to 30 days notice given to prepare.)
– Periodic Audit (Conducted once every three years according to schedule.)
– Triggered Investigations (Notification of an investigation must be made within 60 days of an event or complaint of noncompliance. The entity will have up to 30 days to prepare for the investigation. An entity may request an extension of the preparation period and the extension will be considered by the Compliance Monitor on a case-by-case basis.)
The Performance-Reset Period shall be 12 months from the last finding of noncompliance.
If an entity is found non-compliant the entity shall keep information related to the noncompliance until found compliant or for two years plus the current year, whichever is longer.
Evidence used as part of a triggered investigation shall be retained by the entity being investigated for one year from the date that the investigation is closed, as determined by the Compliance Monitor,
The Compliance Monitor shall keep the last periodic audit report and all requested and submitted subsequent compliance records.
1.4. Additional Compliance Information
2. Levels of Non-Compliance for Sink Balancing Authorities:
3. Levels of Non-Compliance for Purchasing-Selling Entities that Serve Load:
MISO Energy Flow Information Waiver effective on July 16, 2003.