At the scoping meeting, contracting parties will be able to agree on some or all of the options necessary to move forward in the first interconnection study. However, if the parties do not agree on all options, the NYISO developer will have to make decisions or suggestions on outstanding issues within five (5) business days of the scoping session. After receiving the developer`s submissions, NYISO will begin preparing the applicable study agreement for verification and implementation by the contracting parties. NYISO Transmission Expansion and Interconnection Manual, nr. 188.8.131.52. As soon as a study is established in accordance with the NYISO Open Access Transmission Tariff (OATT) No. 25.5, NYISO must make available to all developers and CTO who have not received prior approval, after confirmation by NYISO that the developer is an eligible class year project, a class year-over-connecting Facilities Study Agreement (CYFSA) for the following year. NYISO Open Access Transmission Rate (OATT) Nr. 30.8.1. NOTE: Use www.nyiso.com the search function (loupe) in the top banner menu and search for “NY Transco.” Once the contracting parties have fully implemented SRISA and/or OISA and the Works Council has approved the Sri Lankan and/or OIA scope, responsible contracting parties must implement SRIS and OIA in accordance with the applicable provisions of the NYISO Open Access Transmission Tariff (OATT), SRISA and/or OISA, SRIS and/or OIS Scope, as well as applicable connection standards. NYISO Open Access Transmission Rate (OATT) 30.7; NYISO Transmission Expansion and Interconnection Manual, nr.
184.108.40.206. NOTE: For the enterprise agreement between nyiso and New York Transco: Click on the “Dockets” tab, select “NYISO,” and scroll down and click “ER-18-2015-000.” . Note: For large installations larger than or larger than 80 MW, a full SRIS is required. Projects larger than 80 MW require only a partial SRIS. The requirements for a full and partial SRIS are the same, except that there is no need to assess the project`s impact on the interface transmission limits required for a full SRIS for a partial SRIS. NYISO Transmission Expansion and Interconnection Manual, nr. 220.127.116.11. .
. . Within 10 business days of the SRIS and/or OIS report being made available to the developer, NYISO and the CTO must meet with the developer to discuss the results of the SRIS and/or OIS. NYISO Open Access Transmission Rate (OATT) 30.7.5; NYISO Transmission Expansion and Interconnection Manual, nr. 18.104.22.168-22.214.171.124. . The scoping meeting is the first formal meeting between developer NYISO and CTO (Parties). In practice, scoping sessions are usually conducted by teleconference. The purpose of the scoping meeting is to discuss other interconnection options, to exchange information, including all transmission data that would reasonably be expected to have an impact on these connection options, to analyze this information and determine possible connection points.