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Directory #12 TFSS Retirement Recommendation Posted for Comment

Posted: 04/28/2021

Directory #12 Underfrequency Load Shedding Program Requirements - - - - TFSS Retirement Recommendation:

  • The NPCC Task Force on System Studies (TFSS) has completed a comparison of the criteria requirements in Directory #12 with the requirements of PRC-006-NPCC-02 and the latest version of PRC-006 to assess the reliability impact of retiring all or part(s) of the criteria contained within Directory #12.
  • Based on this comparison and a mapping of the criteria requirements to the Regional and continent-wide standards, the TFSS has recommended the retirement of Directory #12 subject to Provincial adoption of PRC -006-NPCC-2 in all NPCC Areas.
  • Comments accepted until June 12, 2021.

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