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. 188.8.131.52 To reach the regulatory milestone, the appropriate supervisory body (for example. B local, national or federal) must decide, at the beginning or before the start of the school year, that the application for permission filed on the site be completed. The developer must receive or obtain at least one of the provisions or regulatory measures applicable to the large installation described in NYISO Open Access Transmission Tariff (OATT) No. 184.108.40.206. These regulatory steps include, but are not limited to: once a study start is set after the publication of an early study according to the NYISO Open Access Transmission Tariff (OATT) No. 25.5, NYISO must make available to all developers and CTOs who have not received prior approval, after confirmation by NYISO that the developer is a class-eligible project , a Class Year Interconnection Facilities Facilities Study Agreement (CYFSA) for the following year. NYISO Open Access Transmission Rate (OATT) No. 30.8.1. NYISO or a third-party consultant must have an Interconnection Interconnection Study Class (CYFS), often referred to as an installation study, to allow the developer to determine a list of facilities (including CTO grow operations, distribution upgrades, system upgrade and system upgrade facilities in the sris sense), the cost of these facilities and the time required to connect the large production facility or distributor transfer facility to the system NYS transmission system or distribution system.
NYISO Open Access Transmission Rate (OATT) No. 25.1.2. NYISO or the third-party advisor must perform the CYFS for a number of projects that have qualified to participate in a class year and have been required or have chosen to do so. NYISO Transmission Expansion and Interconnection Manual, nr. 220.127.116.11. All proposed new large production facilities and commercial transfer facilities for interconnection with the NYS transmission system are subject to large facility interconnection procedures (LFIP). NYISO Transmission Expansion and Interconnection Manual, 18.104.22.168; NYISO Open Access Transmission Rate (OATT) No 30.1. In New York, a hydroelectric developer must submit a Large Facility Interconnection Request (LFIR) to the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) and obtain approval to connect a new large production plant with a capacity of more than 20 MW or a distributor transfer facility to the New York State Transmission System (NYS). A developer may also be required to submit an LFIR to NYISO to modify the materials of a large existing facility or modify an existing connection request. NYISO Transmission Expansion and Interconnection Manual, 3.1; NYISO Open Access Transmission Tariff (OATT) No. 3.9, 4.5.8, 3.11, 4.5.9. In addition, the developer must file with LFIR a non-refundable application of $10,000 for a new large facility or distributor transfer system, a deposit for the refundable feasibility study for the $30,000 refundable interconnection and an additional down payment of $10,000 instead of the site control demonstration.
NYISO Open Access Transmission Rate (OATT) No 22.214.171.124. Within five (5) business days following the scoping session, the developer must indicate the connection points and all reasonable alternative connection points to be included in the FESA installation.