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Appendix 2, 5/1/2005

Owners of generating equipment are responsible for maintaining records that a) provide a summary of the number of hours per month each generator was not in the automatic voltage control mode while operating in parallel with the FPL-NED transmission system and b) provide the date, duration, and reason for each period of occurrence to FPL-NED and ISO-NE Control Center on its satellite, as applicable.   These records must be available for the preceding 12 months and must be provided within five business days of request.

2.

Notification of Deviation from Voltage Schedule - All synchronous generators connected to the FPL-NED transmission system with ratings larger than 20.0 MVA shall maintain a voltage schedule at the point of interconnection as prescribed by the ISO-NE to the extent allowed by the capabilities and limitations of the generating plant equipment.  

ISO-NE will advise generating plant operators of its current voltage schedule.  This voltage schedule may change on an hourly basis depending on conditions in the power system.

The operator of the synchronous generator must contact ISO-NE system operator when the generator can not maintain the voltage at the point of interconnection as prescribed by the ISO-NE for more than 30 minutes.  The operator of the synchronous generator shall state the reason for deviating from the voltage schedule and provide the ISO-NE system operator with the generator’s reactive limitations that exist at that time. Owners of generating equipment are responsible for maintaining records that a) provide a summary of the number of hours per month each generator was not following the voltage schedule as prescribed by the ISO-NE system operator and b) provide the date, duration, and reason for each period of occurrence.   These records must be available for the preceding 12 months and must be provided within five business days of a request.  

3.

Notification of Plant Capabilities - Prior to commercial operation, the generating equipment owner shall notify the ISO-NE system operator of the expected generator capabilities as listed below.

Summer Continuous Generator Gross Capabilities

GeneratorMWLagging MVARLeading MVAR

_______________________________

Winter Continuous Generator Gross Capabilities

GeneratorMWLagging MVARLeading MVAR

_______________________________

Total Plant AuxiliaryMWMVAR

Power Usage

Summer_________________

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