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    Posted 05/02/16

     

    PNM Formula Transmission Rate Effective 06-01-16

     

    PNM is required to send notice by e-mail of the Transmission Formula Rate Annual Update to known Interested Parties.   If you are not currently identified as a known Interested Party and would like to receive these notices, please subscribe at the link below with your name, company affiliation, mailing address and e-mail address.   PNM will then contact you to let you know you have subscribed successfully to become an Interested Party and will receive updates regarding the Transmission Formula Rate Annual Update prospectively.

    Subscribe to become a Transmission Formula Rate Interested Party

     

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    OATT Formula Rates Effective 06-01-2016

    Schedule 7 – Long- Term Firm Point-to-Point Transmission Service

     

    Formula Rate

    Yearly Delivery

    $ 32.43/kW-year or $32,430/MW-year

    Monthly Delivery

    $ 2.70/kW-month or $2,700/MW-month

    Weekly Delivery

    $ 0.62/kW-week or $620.00/MW-week

    Daily Delivery

    $ 0.10390/kW-day or $103.90/MW-day

    Schedule 8 – Non-Firm Point-to-Point Transmission Service

     

    Formula Rate

    Monthly Delivery

    $ 2.70/kW-month or $2,700/MW-month

    Weekly Delivery

    $ 0.62/kW-week or $620.00/MW-week

    Daily Delivery

    $ 0.10390/kW-day or $103.90/MW-day

    Hourly Delivery

    $ 0.006496/kW-hour or $ 6.496/MW-hour

    Rate design reflects Allegheny method

    Transmission Losses:  3.50%

    All transmission losses will be considered financial (see the "Transmission Losses Price Summary” folder to the left), unless the Transmission Customer has made arrangements to return losses in kind. Note: Transmission Customers can always elect to return losses physically (in kind) at 3.50% of scheduled energy at a mutually agreed upon POR or POD. The in kind losses will be returned concurrentlywith the energy scheduled.     In kind losses payback must be submitted on a Loss Supply e-Tag Type, with the TSR # of the related reservation in the Comment Field.

      If the in-kind losses are not scheduled in the appropriate amount, then the losses will be considered Financial.

    Posted 04/01/16

    Effective June 1, 2016 PNM Transmission Loss Rate changes to 3.50% (subject to any final FERC order to the contrary) pursuant to PNM’s Annual Real Power Loss Factor Update Filing in  FERCDocket Nos. ER16-1323-000.

    Posted 07/22/16

     

    NITS Customers

    NITS Deadline Extension: On June 23, 2016 FERC has extended the deadline for NITS (Network Integration Transmission System) on OASIS-Order 676-H (Docket RM05-5-022). The new deadline related to the posting and documenting of NITS arrangements is extended until February 1, 2017. The new full compliance implementation deadline has been extended to March 1, 2017. I you have questions please direct them to the TSC (Transmission Service Coordinator) at 505-241-2499.

     

    This implementation will require all NITS Customers to utilize the New OATI’s webSmartOASISmodule, which also will require Internet Explorer (IE) 11.

     

    For more information on OATI’s webSmartOASISplease contact OATI’s Help desk .

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    Posted 09/15/16

    Pursuant to PNM’s Revised Large Generation Interconnection Procedures, PNM’s next Preliminary Interconnection System Impact Study (“PISIS”) Queue Cluster Window will open for Application submittal beginning on March 5, 2017 and extends through June 6, 2017.  Should you have any questions regarding the cluster process you may email them to LGIACluster@pnm.com .

    _______________________________________________________________

     

    Posted 05/19/16

    Pursuant to PNM’s Revised Large Generator Interconnection Procedures, PNM’s next Definitive Interconnection System Impact Study (“DISIS”) Queue Cluster Window will open for Application submittal beginning on November 3, 2016 and extends through January 31, 2017.  Should you have any questions regarding the cluster process you may email them to LGIACluster@pnm.com .

    _________________________________________________________________

     

    Posting 02/11/16 revised

     

    If you have any Questions and/or Problems please Contact:

    Balancing Authority/Transmission Provider OASIS Administration Information:

    Contact Transmission Services Coordinators 505-241-2499,

    e-mail : zz - TransmissionServiceCoordinators@pnmresources.com

     

    Balancing Authority/Transmission Provider Prescheduling-

     Transmission Services Coordinators:

    Felix Sison, 505-241-2032

    e-mail : zz- TransmissionServiceCoordinators@pnmresources.com

    Roberta Kitting, 505-241-0797

      e-mail : zz- TransmissionServiceCoordinators@pnmresources.com

    Bob Burgoyne,505-241-0639

    e-mail : zz - TransmissionServiceCoordinators@pnmresources.com

     

     

    Manager System Operations: Balancing Authority/Interchange/OASIS

    Don Lacen , 505-241-2409,

    e-mail : mailto:don.lacen@pnm.com

     

     

     

    Balancing Authority/Transmission Provider Prescheduling, and OASIS Administration working hours:

    Monday-Friday; 0600-1600 Mountain Prevailing Time; Excluding Holidays (Scheduling Criteria is based on the WECC Prescheduling Calendar).

    WECC Prescheduling Calendar website is :   https://www.wecc.biz/Reliability/2016%20WECC%20Scheduling%20Calendar%20r1.pdf

    After hours the Real-Time Reliability Operators will handle all Scheduling and OASIS processes.

     

    Compliance Administration Information:

    Director, Regulatory Policy and Case Management: Mark Fenton, 505-241-2498, e-mail: Mark.Fenton@pnmresources.com

     Director, Ethics and Governance : 505-241-2205

     

    Posted September 2, 2015

     

    Eddy County DC Tie Operation

    SPS requires a one –hour notice before the Eddy Co. DC Tie can be used to transfer power due to a concern that static electricity can form within the T2 GSUat the Eddy Substation if the circulating pumps and fans are in continuous operation when there is no flow.

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    Posted JULY 14, 2015

     

    Effective 8/18/2015 , the ABQ-BW230 and the BW230- ABQ  path models will be changed to ABQ-GUADALUPE345-TAIBAN-BW230 and BW230-TAIBAN-GUADALUPE345-ABQ, respectively .

     

    These modeling changes will require the physical path on e-tags for, which was formerly ABQ-BW230 transmission path, to be comprised of segments ABQ-GUADALUPE345, GUADALUPE345-TAIBAN and TAIBAN-BW230 and, for what was formerly BW230-ABQ transmission path, to be comprised of segments BW230-TAIBAN, TAIBAN GUADALUPE345 and GUADALUPE345-ABQ.

     

    Below are examples of how the physical paths on e-tags should be submitted to accommodate this change.   

     

     

     

    Effective 8/18/15

     

     

     

    Path

    POR/POD

     

     

    Formerly

    W/PNM/PNM-SPS/ABQ-BW230/

    ABQ-GUADALUPE345

    PNM

     

    ABQ-BW230

     

    GUADALUPE345-TAIBAN

    PNM

     

     

     

    TAIBAN-BW230

    PNM

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    W/PNM/AZPS-PNM-SPS/FOURCORNE345-BW230/

    FOURCORNE345-ABQ

    PNM

     

    FOURCORNE345-ABQ

     

    ABQ-GUADALUPE345

    PNM

     

    ABQ-BW230

     

    GUADALUPE345-TAIBAN

    PNM

     

     

     

    TAIBAN-BW230

    PNM

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    W/PNM/AZPS-PNM-SPS/FOURCORNE500-BW230/

    FOURCORNE500-FOURCORNE345

    AZPS

     

    FOURCORNE500-FOURCORNE345

     

    FOURCORNE345-ABQ

    PNM

     

    FOURCORNE345-ABQ

     

    ABQ-GUADALUPE345

    PNM

     

    ABQ-BW230

     

    GUADALUPE345-TAIBAN

    PNM

     

     

     

    TAIBAN-BW230

    PNM

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    W/PNM/WALC-SPS/SHIPROCK345-BW230/

    SHIPROCK345-SJ345

    PNM

     

    SHIPROCK345-SJ345

     

    SJ345-ABQ

    PNM

     

    SJ345-ABQ

     

    ABQ-GUADALUPE345

    PNM

     

    ABQ-BW230

     

    GUADALUPE345-TAIBAN

    PNM

     

     

     

    TAIBAN-BW230

    PNM

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    W/PNM/PNM-SPS/SJ345-BW230/

    SJ345-ABQ

    PNM

     

    SJ345-ABQ

     

    ABQ-GUADALUPE345

    PNM

     

    ABQ-BW230

     

    GUADALUPE345-TAIBAN

    PNM

     

     

     

    TAIBAN-BW230

    PNM

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    W/PNM/SPS-PNM/BW230-ABQ/

    BW230-TAIBAN

    PNM

     

    BW230-ABQ

     

    TAIBAN-GUADALUPE345

    PNM

     

     

     

    GUADALUPE345-ABQ

    PNM

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    W/PNM/SPS-PNM-AZPS/BW230-FOURCORNE345/

    BW230-TAIBAN

    PNM

     

    BW230-ABQ

     

    TAIBAN-GUADALUPE345

    PNM

     

    ABQ-FOURCORNE345

     

    GUADALUPE345-ABQ

    PNM

     

    FOURCORNE345-FOURCORNE345

     

    ABQ-FOURCORNE345

    PNM

     

     

     

    FOURCORNE345-FOURCORNE345

    AZPS

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    W/PNM/SPS-PNM-AZPS/BW230-FOURCORNE500/

    BW230-TAIBAN

    PNM

     

    BW230-ABQ

     

    TAIBAN-GUADALUPE345

    PNM

     

    ABQ-FOURCORNE345

     

    GUADALUPE345-ABQ

    PNM

     

    FOURCORNE345-FOURCORNE345

     

    ABQ-FOURCORNE345

    PNM

     

    FOURCORNE345-FOURCORNE500

     

    FOURCORNE345-FOURCORNE345

    AZPS

     

     

     

    FOURCORNE345-FOURCORNE500

    AZPS

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    W/PNM/SPS-PNM/BW230-SJ345/

    BW230-TAIBAN

    PNM

     

    BW230-ABQ

     

    TAIBAN-GUADALUPE345

    PNM

     

    ABQ-SJ345

     

    GUADALUPE345-ABQ

    PNM

     

     

     

    ABQ-SJ345

    PNM

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    W/PNM/SPS-PNM/BW230-SJ345/

    BW230-TAIBAN

    PNM

     

    BW230-ABQ

     

    TAIBAN-GUADALUPE345

    PNM

     

    ABQ-SJ345

     

    GUADALUPE345-ABQ

    PNM

     

    SJ345-SHIPROCK345

     

    ABQ-SJ345

    PNM

     

     

     

    SJ345-SHIPROCK345

    PNM

     

     

     

     

    Posted APRIL 22, 2015

     

    Effective 5/1/2015 , the SJ345-SPRINGER345 and the SPRINGER345-SJ345 path models will be changed to SJ345-MCKINLEY345-SPRINGER345 and SPRINGER345-MCKINLEY345-SJ345, respectively .

     

    These modeling changes will require the physical path on e-tags to include two transmission “segment” paths as shown below :

     

    TP

    POR

    POD

    SCHED ENTITIES

    PNM

    SJ345

    MCKINLEY345

    TEPC

    PNM

    MCKINLEY345

    SPRINGER345

    TEPC

     

    TP

    POR

    POD

    SCHED ENTITIES

    PNM

    SPRINGER345

    MCKINLEY345

    TEPC

    PNM

    MCKINLEY345

    SJ345

    TEPC

     

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    Posted APRIL 04, 2016

     

    Short Circuit Levels in ANPP Facilities

    On April 14, 2015, the Arizona Nuclear Power Project (ANPP) High Voltage Switchyard  (HVS) and Valley Transmission System (VTS) co-owners posted notices on this site regarding short circuit current levels.  As previously described, the ongoing review has now resulted in co-owner-approved engineering solutions for the long-term mitigation of the short circuit current levels beyond 2016.  The solutions include the installation of series reactors on each of the three 500 kV tie-lines between the Palo Verde and the Hassayampaswitchyards.  The engineering solution also includes mitigation upgrades to the ANPP VTS Kyrene500 kV Switchyard.  The long-term engineering solution is expected to be completed prior to the summer of 2017.

    Additional information, when available, will be posted here.

     

    Posted APRIL 14, 2015 Public Notice
    Short Circuit Levels Potentially Impacting ANPP Transmission and Interconnection Services

    The Arizona Nuclear Power Project (ANPP) High Voltage Switchyard (HVS) and Valley Transmission System (VTS) are transmission projects that include the Palo Verde, Hassayampa, Jojoba and KyreneSwitchyards along with certain transmission lines interconnected to these yards.  Transmission service and interconnection service is variously offered on these facilities.

    The short circuit levels at the ANPP HVS and ANPP VTS are under review with respect to the interrupting capability of the 500 kV circuit breakers.  Depending upon the results of the evaluation, operating procedures and/or hardware installations may be implemented.

    Updates on this issue will be posted here.

     

    Posted 11/01/13

       

    As of 06:40 MST 11/01/13 PNM no longer offers Hourly Firm Service .

    Hourly Non-Firm, Hourly Network Secondary, Daily Firm, Weekly Firm and Monthly Firm Services are still available.

      All Hourly Firm Service sold prior to 07:40 MST 11/01/13 will be honored.

    Posted 10/01/13

     

    PNM Transmission has changed the curtailment method for all non-firm transmission from Last-In-First-Out (LIFO) to Proratawith regard to the term of the reservation. This is to conform to FERC clarification on this matter.

     

    Need Transmission with NO pancaked rates?*

    WestConnect members are making it easier for you to move your energy!

    Go to OASIS, click on the WC Wizard, enter the POR and POD and find the

    Hourly Non-firm transmission service available at the Regional Rate.

    Select the service you wish to buy and off you go .

                                            Please see the WESTCONNECT folder at left for the link to the
                                                
                                            
                                                WestConnect
                                            website where the WC Regional Pricing Business Practices
                                                
                                            
                                                have
                                            been posted, with an effective date of April 1, 2010.
                                            http://www.oasis.oati.com/woa/docs/PNM/PNMdocs/WC_Business_Practices_FINAL_APR_1_2010.pdf
                                            

    Before you buy and use the Regional Transmission product, make sure you’ve done your homework . . .

    •Have you executed the new, Non-Firm Annex A service agreement with all the

    WestConnect Pricing Experiment Regional TPs (AZPS, EPE, PNM,

    PSCO, SWTC, TSGT, BHP, BEPW, and WACM,) Check with your regular contracts

    person at each TP to obtain the new service agreement.

    •Have you established creditworthiness with each Regional TP?

    •Have you obtained the service through the OASIS/WC Wizard button?

         


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