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Outputs





Output Req ID

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In addition to any outputs listed below, all inputs shall be included as outputs.






DAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactor BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

An output (as a real number between 0 and 1, inclusive) that presents the Day-Ahead Metered Energy Adjustment Factor (DA MEAF) for a Bid Cost Recovery (BCR) Eligible Resource.



BASettlementIntervalResourceGenerationDAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactor BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

An output (as a real number between 0 and 1, inclusive) that presents the DA MEAF for a resource type of ‘GEN’ or ‘ITIE’. The output’s value depends upon whether or not the DA Expected Energy is >= DA MLE.

When the DA Expected Energy minus MLE >= 0, then the output reflects output DAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactorAtOrAbovePminExpectedEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif; otherwise it reflects output DAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactorForSubPminExpectedEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif.

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DAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactorAtOrAbovePminExpectedEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

The ratioAn output (as a real number between 0 and 1) of , inclusive) that presents the DA metered energy toMEAF for cases where the DA expected energy as used in Expected Energy is >= DA MLE and the Modified DA MEAF calculationresource type is either ‘GEN’ or ‘ITIE’.

If the DA Out of Tolerance Band flag output (BASettlementIntervalResourceDAOutOfToleranceBandFlag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif) = 1, then the DAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactorAtOrAbovePminExpectedEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif output reflects the output DAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactorGenerationPerformanceRatio BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif for a given resource and Settlement Interval. The ratioOtherwise, the output DAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactorAtOrAbovePminExpectedEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif is forced to 1 when the DA Out of Tolerance Band flag output (BASettlementIntervalResourceDAOutOfToleranceBandFlag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif) = 0; otherwise the output represents the Modified DA MEAF as presented by output DAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactorWithoutDAPerformanceToleranceBand BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif., and is forced to 0 when the resource is deemed to be not On.

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DAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactorWiGenerathioutDAnPerformanceTolerRanceBandtio BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Provides the IFM Metered Energy Adjustment Factor withoutvalue that is applied to expected DA Energy that exceeds a resource’s Pmin limit and is outside of the PM Tolerance Band consideration.. The output has aoutput’s value is a real number between 0 and 1, inclusive, for the ratio of metered DA energy to expected DA energy for a given resource and Settlement Interval and resource of resource type ‘GEN’ or ‘ITIE’.



DAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactorForSubPminExpectedEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Provides for a given resource and Settlement Interval the IFM Metered Energy Adjustment Factor value for cases where the DA Scheduled Energy is less than the resource’s Pmin limit. The output’s value is equal to 0 or 1.



BASettlementIntervalResourceNegativeEnergyDAMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactor BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Provides the IFM Metered Energy Adjustment Factor value for a Participating Load Pumped-Storage Hydro Unit or Pumping Load Device with negative Day-Ahead Scheduled Energy in the specified Settlement Interval. The output’s value is in the range of 0 and 1, inclusive.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceExpectedDAEnergyAboveMinimumLoad BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

The value (in MWh) of output BASettlementIntervalResourceMinimumDA_BCRExpectedEnergy reduced by the DA Minimum Load Energy for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceDAMinimumLoadEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

IFM Minimum Load Energy (in MWh) provided for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceMinimumDA_BCRExpectedEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

DA Expected Energy (in MWh) with which a resource’s metered Energy is compared by means of the ratio of the metered Energy to the DA Expected Energy in the DA MEAF calculation for IFM BCR. The output is provided for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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TotalExpectedEnergyFiltered BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Dispatched Energy (in MWh) that corresponds to the Energy under the DOP for a given resource and Settlement Interval, where the resource is not associated with WHEEL Energy.

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BAASettlementIntervalResourceTotalExpectedEnergyFiltered BrtuT’I’Q’M’F’S’mdhcif

Dispatched Energy (in MWh) that corresponds to the Energy under the DOP for a given Balancing Authority Area, resource and Settlement Interval, where the resource is not associated with WHEEL Energy.

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TotalExpectedNonWheelEnergy BrtuT’I’Q’M’VL’W’R’F’S’mdhcif

Dispatched Energy (in MWh) that corresponds to the Energy under the DOP for a given Balancing Authority Area, resource and Settlement Interval, where the resource is neither a System Resource that provides WHEEL Energy nor a pump Load.

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TotalPumpingExpectedEnergyForMEAF BrtuT’I’Q’M’VL’W’R’F’S’mdhcif

Summation of Day Ahead and Real Time Pumping Energy quantities (in MWh) for a given Balancing Authority Area, resource and Settlement Interval.

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TotalDayAheadExpectedEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Sum of Total DA Energy (in MWh) that corresponds to the flat hourly Day-Ahead Schedule (DAS) including Day-Ahead Minimum Load Energy, Day-Ahead Self-Scheduled Energy, Day-Ahead Bid Awarded Energy and DA Pumping Energy for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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TotalDayAheadExpectedPMPPLoadEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Sum of Total DA Pumping Energy (in MWh) for a given pump resource and Settlement Interval, where F’ = ‘PMPP’.

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TotalDayAheadExpectedNonLoadOrNonPMPPLoadEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Sum of Total DA Energy (in MWh), excluding DA Pumping Energy, that corresponds to the flat hourly Day-Ahead Schedule (DAS) including Day-Ahead Minimum Load Energy, Day-Ahead Self-Scheduled Energy, and Day-Ahead Bid Awarded Energy for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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BASettlementIntervalEntityResourceDAPumpingEnergyFiltered BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

DA Pumping Energy (in MWh), for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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SettlementIntervalDAScheduleEnergyFiltered BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

DA Energy Schedule (in MWh) that corresponds to the flat hourly Day-Ahead Schedule (DAS). It is composed of Day-Ahead Minimum Load Energy, Day-Ahead Self-Scheduled Energy, and Day-Ahead Bid Awarded Energy for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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BAResourceDA_BCRMeteredEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Metered Energy (in MWh) with which a resource’s DA Expected Energy is compared by means of the ratio of the metered Energy to the DA Expected Energy in the ModifiedAdjusted DA MEAF calculation for IFM BCR. The output is provided for a given resource and Settlement Interval.



BAResourceMeteredEnergyLessRegulationEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Metered Energy Less Regulation Energy (in MWh) for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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SettlementIntervalMeteredQuantityForMeteredAdjFactor BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Metered Quantity (in MWh) for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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BAASettlementIntervalResourceMeteredQuantityForMeteredAdjFactor BrtuT’I’Q’M’F’S’mdhcif

Metered Quantity (in MWh) for a given Balancing Authority Area, resource and Settlement Interval.

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SettlementIntervalDeemedDeliveredInterchangeEnergyQuantityFiltered BrtuT’I’Q’M’AA’F’R’pPW’QS’d’Nz’VvHn’L’mdhcif

Filtered System Resource Deemed Delivered Energy Quantity (in MWh) for a given resource and Settlement Interval, whereby ‘Filtered’ refers to the elimination of the attributes Energy Type E and Exceptional Dispatch Type O.

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BASettlementIntervalResouceNonRMREnergyRatio BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

The ratio (as a real number between 0 and 1) of Expected Energy minus the expected RMR Energy component over the Expected Energy. The output provides the ratio of Non-RMR Expected Energy to overall Expected Energy for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceRTPerformanceMetric BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

The ratio (as a real number between 0 and 1) of the RT metered energy to the RT expected energy as used in the RT Performance Metric (PM) calculation for a given resource and Settlement Interval. The ratio is forced to 1 when the RT Out of Tolerance Band flag output (BASettlementIntervalResourceRTOutOfToleranceBandFlag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdchif) = 0 or the resource transition flag input (BADispatchIntervalResourceTransitionFlag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif) = 1; otherwise the output represents the RT PM as presented by output BASettlementIntervalResourceRT_PMWithoutRTPerformanceToleranceBand BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceRT_PMWithoutRTPerformanceToleranceBand BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Real Time (RT) Performance Metric without PM Tolerance Band consideration. The output provides a value between 0 and 1 for the ratio of metered RT energy to expected RT energy for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceRTPerformanceMetric_Test1Flag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 output) that indicates both the RT metered energy and RT expected energy used for determining the RT Performance Metric both = 0. The output is provided for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceRTPerformanceMetric_Test2Flag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 output) that indicates for the RT Performance Metric calculation for a given resource and Settlement Interval that the RT metered energy <> 0 and the RT expected energy = 0.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceRTPerformanceMetric_Test3Ratio BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

The ratio (as a real number between 0 and 1) of the RT metered energy to the RT expected energy as used in the RT Performance Metric calculation for a given resource and Settlement Interval. The ratio is calculated for the case where RT expected energy <> 0 and the RT metered Energy and RT expected energy are of the same algebraic sign (+/-); otherwise (for cases where the prior condition is not true) the ratio is forced to 0.

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BAResourceRT_BCRMeteredEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Metered Energy (in MWh) with which a resource’s RT Expected Energy is compared by means of the ratio of the metered Energy to the RT Expected Energy in the RT Performance Metric calculation for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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BAResourceRT_BCRExpectedEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Output that presents the RT BCR expected energy (in MWh) for a given resource and Settlement Interval as the difference between its total expected energy and the sum of the resource’s Day-Ahead expected energy and Real-Time self-scheduled energy.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceDAOutOfToleranceBandFlag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 output) that indicates for a given resource and Settlement Interval whether the resource’s metered Energy has failed or passed the Tolerance Band test with respect to DA energy.

1 = Failed; 0 = Passed



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BASettlementIntervalResourceRTOutOfToleranceBandFlag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 output) that indicates a given resource has failed the Tolerance Band test with RT energy for a specified Settlement Interval.

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BASettlementIntervalResourcePMToleranceBand BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

The Performance Metric Tolerance Band (in MWh) for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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ExceptionalDispatchMeteredEnergyAdjustmentFactor BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Exceptional Dispatch Metered Energy Adjustment Factor (having a value between 0 and 1) for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

This adjustment factor applies to Exceptional Dispatch energy, and is computed as metered energy minus expected non-Exceptional Dispatch Energy, the latter difference divided by the expected Exceptional Dispatch energy.



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BASettlementIntervalEntityResourceTotalExceptionalIIE BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Exceptional Dispatch Instructed Imbalance Energy (in MWh) associated with a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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BAHourlyResourcePersistentDeviationFlag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh

Persistent Deviation Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 value) that indicates whether (= 1) or not (0) a given resource has exceeded the deviation threshold count limit (initially set at 6) for deviant Settlement Intervals over the specified current Trading Hour and immediately neighboring (adjoining) Trading Hours, where the adjoining Trading Hours are each tested for deviation in tandem with.the current Trading Hour.

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BAHourlyResourceFirstInspectionWindowDeviationFlag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh

Persistent Deviation Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 value) that indicates whether (= 1) or not (0) a given resource has exceeded the deviation threshold count limit (initially set at 6) for deviant Settlement Intervals over the specified current Trading Hour and immediately preceding Trading Hour, where the adjoining Trading Hour is tested for deviation in tandem with.the current Trading Hour.

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BAHourlyResourceSecondInspectionWindowDeviationFlag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh

Persistent Deviation Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 value) that indicates whether (= 1) or not (0) a given resource has exceeded the deviation threshold count limit (initially set at 6) for deviant Settlement Intervals over the specified current Trading Hour and immediately following Trading Hour, where the adjoining Trading Hour is tested for deviation in tandem with.the current Trading Hour.

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PersistentDeviationMetricFirstInspectionWindowFlagCount BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh

Count (as an integer value) of the number of times that a given resource has satisfied a Persistent Deviation Metric for deviant Settlement Intervals in the specified current Trading Hour and immediately preceding Trading Hour, where the adjoining Trading Hour is tested for deviation in tandem with.the current Trading Hour.

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PersistentDeviationMetricSecondInspectionWindowFlagCount BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh

Count (as an integer value) of the number of times that a given resource has satisfied a Persistent Deviation Metric for deviant Settlement Intervals in the specified current Trading Hour and immediately following Trading Hour, where the adjoining Trading Hour is tested for deviation in tandem with.the current Trading Hour.

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PersistentDeviationMetricCurrentTradingHourFlagCount BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh

Count (as an integer value) of the number of times that a given resource has satisfied a Persistent Deviation Metric in the specified current Trading Hour.

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PersistentDeviationMetricPriorTradingHourFlagCount BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh

Count (as an integer value) of the number of times that a given resource has satisfied a Persistent Deviation Metric in the Trading Hour that immediately precedes the specified current Trading Hour.

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PersistentDeviationMetricPriorTradingHourFlagCount_V BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh

A count (as an integer value) of the number of Settlement Intervals where a given resource has satisfied a Persistent Deviation Metric in the Trading Hour immediately preceding the specified current Trading Hour. The output reflects the results of a query output that is only temporarily stored in the Settlements System and is then transferred to charge type PersistentDeviationMetricPriorTradingHourFlagCount BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh.

This output variable has the same value as the PersistentDeviationMetricCurrentTradingHourFlagCount BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh output, but shifted by an hour interval backward in time so as to provide for the current interval calculations the prior interval’s PersistentDeviationMetricCurrentTradingHourFlagCount BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh value.



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PersistentDeviationMetricNextTradingHourFlagCount BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh

Count (as an integer value) of the number of times that a given resource has satisfied a Persistent Deviation Metric in the Trading Hour that immediately follows the specified current Trading Hour.

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PersistentDeviationMetricNextTradingHourFlagCount_V BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh

A count (as an integer value) of the number of Settlement Intervals where a given resource has satisfied a Persistent Deviation Metric in the Trading Hour immediately following the specified current Trading Hour. The output reflects the results of a query output that is only temporarily stored in the Settlements System and is then transferred to charge type PersistentDeviationMetricNextTradingHourFlagCount BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh.

This output variable has the same value as the PersistentDeviationMetricCurrentTradingHourFlagCount BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh output, but shifted by an hour interval forward in time so as to provide for the current interval calculations the next interval’s PersistentDeviationMetricCurrentTradingHourFlagCount BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdh value.



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PersistentDeviationMetricFlag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Persistent Deviation Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 value) that indicates for a given resource and Settlement Interval whether (= 1) or not (0) the resource has met one of four persistent deviation metrics (as indicated by the next 4 outputs below) for the Settlement Interval to be considered “bad” and to be counted toward the establishment of persistent deviation.

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PersistentDeviationCase1Flag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Persistent Deviation Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 value) that indicates for a given resource and Settlement Interval whether (= 1) or not (0) the resource has met all of the following conditions:

  1. The Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy > DA Expected Energy;

  2. The resource’s metered Energy > the Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy;

  3. The resource’s metered Energy for the immediately preceding Settlement Interval < the Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy;

  4. The resource’s deviation Energy > 0.1 *
    | resource’s capable ramping Energy for the Settlement Interval |; and

  5. If the denominator of the Persistent Deviation Metric <> 0 and the Persistent Deviation Metric > 1.1 or the denominator of the Persistent Deviation Metric = 0.

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PersistentDeviationCase2Flag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Persistent Deviation Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 value) that indicates for a given resource and Settlement Interval whether (= 1) or not (0) the resource has met all of the following conditions:

  1. The Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy > DA Expected Energy;

  2. The resource’s metered Energy > the Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy;

  3. The resource’s metered Energy for the immediately preceding Settlement Interval > the Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy;

  4. The resource’s deviation Energy > 0.1 *
    | resource’s capable ramping Energy for the Settlement Interval |; and

  5. If the denominator of the Persistent Deviation Metric <> 0 and theThe Persistent Deviation Metric < 0.9 or the denominator of the Persistent Deviation Metric = 0.

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PersistentDeviationCase3Flag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Persistent Deviation Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 value) that indicates for a given resource and Settlement Interval whether (= 1) or not (0) the resource has met all of the following conditions:

  1. The Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy < DA Expected Energy;

  2. The resource’s metered Energy < the Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy;

  3. The resource’s metered Energy for the immediately preceding Settlement Interval < the Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy;

  4. The resource’s deviation Energy > 0.1 *
    | resource’s capable ramping Energy for the Settlement Interval |; and

  5. If the denominator of the Persistent Deviation Metric <> 0 and the Persistent Deviation Metric < 0.9 or the denominator of the Persistent Deviation Metric = 0.

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PersistentDeviationCase4Flag BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Persistent Deviation Flag (as a Boolean 0/1 value) that indicates for a given resource and Settlement Interval whether (= 1) or not (0) the resource has met all of the following conditions:

  1. The Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy < DA Expected Energy;

  2. The resource’s metered Energy < the Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy;

  3. The resource’s metered Energy for the immediately preceding Settlement Interval > the Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy;

  4. The resource’s deviation Energy > 0.1 *
    | resource’s capable ramping Energy for the Settlement Interval |; and

  5. If the denominator of the Persistent Deviation Metric <> 0 and the Persistent Deviation Metric > 1.1 or the denominator of the Persistent Deviation Metric = 0.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceRampingCapabilityQuantity BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

The magnitude (as a positive MWh value) by which a given resource’s Generation is capable of changing over the specified Settlement Interval.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceRTMEnergyBidQuantity Brtmdhcif

The ouput represents the settlement interval Real Time Market Energy Bid Quantity (in MWh) by Business Associate and resource ID.

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PersistentDeviationMetric BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Persistent Deviation Metric (as a real number) that represents for a given resource and Settlement Interval the ratio of

  1. the resource’s metered Energy for the immediately preceding Settlement Interval minus the resource’s metered Energy for the current Settlement Interval, divided by

  2. the resource’s metered Energy for the immediately preceding Settlement Interval minus the sum of the resource’s Expected Energy and Regulation Energy.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceEEPlusRegulationEnergy BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

The Expected Energy plus Regulation Energy (in MWh) for a given resource and Settlement Interval.

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BASettlementIntervalResourcePriorIntervalGenMeterValue BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Metered Generation quantity (in MWh) in the prior Settlement Interval for a given resource and current Settlement Interval.

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BASettlementIntervalResourcePriorIntervalGenMeterValue_V BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

Metered Generation quantity (in MWh) in the prior Settlement Interval for a given resource and current Settlement Interval. The output reflects the results of a query output that is only temporarily stored in the Settlements System and is then transferred to charge type BASettlementIntervalResourcePriorIntervalGenMeterValue BrtF’S’mdhcif.

The output has the same value as BASettlementIntervalResourceGenMeterValue BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif, but shifted backward in time by one Settlement Interval so as to provide for the current interval the previous interval’s value.



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BASettlementIntervalGenResourceDeviation BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

The Deviation Energy (in MWh) for a given resource and Settlement Interval, that equals the quantity | the resource’s metered Energy for the current Settlement Interval – the sum of the resource’s Expected Energy and Regulation Energy |.

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BASettlementIntervalResourceMeteredGenerationVariation BrtuT’I’M’F’S’mdhcif

The Energy variation (in MWh) for a given resource and Settlement Interval, calculated as the resource’s metered Energy for the current Settlement Interval – the sum of the resource’s Expected Energy and Regulation Energy.

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ResourceToBAAMapFactor BruT’I’Q’M’F’md

A binary output (0/1) that, when = 1, relates the Balancing Authority Area (BAA) of a given resource to the BAA’s associated Business Associate (Scheduling Coordinator ID), where the resource does not belong to a MSS that settles via net-settlement.

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EntityResourceToBAAMapFactor BruT’I’Q’M’F’md

A binary output (0/1) that, when = 1, relates the Balancing Authority Area (BAA) of a given resource to the BAA’s associated Business Associate (Scheduling Coordinator ID).

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EntityResourceToBAAMapCount BruT’I’Q’M’F’md

An intermediate count used in the calculation of output EntityResourceToBAAMapFactor BruT’I’Q’M’F’md. The output represents the count of resource types associated with a resource in a given Balancing Authority Area.

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MSSToBAAMapFactor BT’I’Q’M’md

A binary output (0/1) that, when = 1, relates a Balancing Authority Area (BAA) to its associated Business Associate (Scheduling Coordinator ID) for a given net-settled MSS entity with the BAA.

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MSSToBAAMapCount BT’I’Q’M’md

An intermediate count used in the calculation of output MSSToBAAMapFactor BT’I’Q’M’md. The output represents the count of resources and corresponding Entity Component Types associated with a net-settled MSS entity in a given Balancing Authority Area.


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