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Term 2 - Transmission Priority Codes and Energy Product Codes
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Term 2 - Transmission Priority Codes and Energy Product Codes
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  1. What is the energy product code for Firm Energy?
    • G-F
    • Firm Energy. This product may be curtailed only in the event of a reliability condition or to meet Seller’s public utility or statutory obligations for reliability of service to native load. A G-F product cannot be interrupted for economic reasons.
  2. What is the energy product code for Non-Firm Energy?
    • G-NF
    • Non-Firm energy. This product may be interrupted for any reason or no reason, without liability on the part of either the buyer or seller.
  3. What is the energy product code for Firm Contingent Energy?
    • G-FC
    • Firm Contingent. The energy is from a designated generating unit or source. This product may be interrupted only to the extent the output capability of the designated unit or source has been reduced due to a de-ration or outage of the designated unit or source. A G-FC product cannot be interrupted for economic reasons.
  4. What is the energy product code for Firm Provisional Energy?
    • G-FP
    • Firm Provisional Energy. This product may be interrupted only if the interruption is within the recall time and for conditions allowed by applicable provisions governing interruption of service, as mutually agreed to by the parties. A G-FP product cannot be interrupted for economic reasons.
  5. What is the energy product code for Hourly Firm Energy?
    • G-F1
    • Hourly firm energy. This product may be interrupted, consistent with the provisions of the transaction, provided the PSE or LSE receives notification of the interruption 40 minutes or more prior to the start of the operating hour. A G-F1 product cannot be interrupted for economic reasons.
  6. What is the energy product code for Capacity for Spinning Reserve?
    • C-SP
    • Capacity for spinning reserve. On-Demand spinning reserve obligation/resource is a spinning reserve product that can be activated through the adjustment of a capacity e-tag.
  7. What is the energy product code for Capacity for Non-Spinning Reserve?
    • C-NS
    • Capacity for non-spinning reserve. On-Demand non-spinning reserve obligation/resource is a non-spinning reserve product that can be activated through the adjustment of a capacity e-tag.
  8. What is the energy product code for Capacity associated with energy recallable for reserves?
    • C-RE
    • Capacity for Recall Schedule. Energy which is recallable within 10 minutes of activation of reserves. Within the hour that the schedule is in effect the PSE may interrupt the schedule by submitting an adjustment to the eTag energy profile. The operator must manually approve the adjustment. Normally, we do not approve “in-hour” adjustments.
  9. What is the energy product code for Exchange of Firm Energy?
    • G-EX
    • Exchange of Firm Energy. An exchange of firm energy where by one entity delivers energy to another entity at one point on the grid and receives an agreed upon amount of energy from that entity at another point on the grid.
  10. What kind of Transmission Service has the NERC priority code 0NX?
    • Next Hour Market
    • LIFO
  11. What kind of Transmission Service has the NERC priority code 1NS?
    • Non-Frim Secondary
    • LIFO
  12. What kind of Transmission Service has the NERC priority code 2NH?
    • Non-Firm Hourly
    • LIFO
  13. What kind of Transmission Service has the NERC priority code 6NN (Type 2)?
    • Network Economy (Type 2) – Cut in the same priority as Non-Firm Hourly.
    • LIFO
  14. What kind of Transmission Service has the NERC priority code 3ND?
    • Non-Firm Daily
    • LIFO
  15. What kind of Transmission Service has the NERC priority code 4NW?
    • Non-Firm Weekly
    • LIFO
  16. What kind of Transmission Service has the NERC priority code 5NM?
    • Non-Firm Monthly
    • LIFO
  17. What kind of Transmission Service has the NERC priority code 6NN (Type 1)?
    • Network Economy (Type 1)
    • Pro-Rata
  18. What kind of Transmission Service has the NERC priority code 7F? (2 Types)
    • 1. Conditional Firm Service (When in a conditional status, has the same cut priority as Network Economy (Type 1))
    • 2. Firm
    • Both are cut Pro-Rata
  19. What are the 8 (or 10, depending on how you count) NERC Transmission Priority Codes?
    • LIFO:
    • 0NX - Next Hour Market
    • 1NS - Non-Firm Secondary
    • 2NH - Non-Firm Hourly
    • 6NN - Network Economy (Type 2) – Cut in the same priority as Non-Firm Hourly.
    • 3ND - Non-Firm Daily
    • 4NW - Non-Firm Weekly
    • 5NM – Non-Firm Monthly
    • Pro-Rata:
    • 6NN - Network Economy (Type 1)
    • 7F – Firm (Conditional)
    • 7F – Firm (Regular)