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  1. Defines Area Control Error (ACE) as used by BC Hydro.
    2T–07 AREA CONTROL ERROR
  2. Describes the criteria for determining the use of transmission line and substation disconnect switches to interrupt loop, capacitive and unloaded transformer magnetizing currents in air, as well as, the related switch closing requirements. Each of the switching duties is unique.
    2T-25 TRANSMISSION LINE AND SUBSTATION DISCONNECT SWITCHING CRITERIA
  3. Defines protocol for transmission circuit automatic reclosing 60kV and above.
    2T-31 TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT AUTOMATIC RECLOSING (60 kV AND ABOVE)
  4. Describes Remedial Action Schemes (RAS), provide background on the purpose of RAS, and describe how it is applied to accomplish the desired RAS actions.
    2T-34 REMEDIAL ACTION SCHEMES (RAS)
  5. Describes the available Automatic Generation Control (AGC) modes and their intended usage in the BC Hydro Energy Management System (EMS).
    2T-43 AGC MODE, STATUS, PAUSE AND SUSPENSION
  6. Describes the use of Schweitzer fault locating relays and a means of interrogation to determine the fault location on transmission circuits.
    2T-48 SCHWEITZER RELAY ACCESS INFORMATION FOR FVO/SIO
  7. Describes the automatic reclosing facilities, reclose blocking and tagging required for a Live Line Permit (LLP) or Assurance of No Reclose Permit (ANRP), and changes to reclosing required under various system configurations for all circuits normally under BC Hydro operating authority.
    5T-02 AUTOMATIC RECLOSING FACILITIES AND BLOCKING REQUIREMENTS
  8. Identifies all the 60 kV, 138 kV and 230 kV transmission line disconnect switches on the BC Hydro transmission system and their associated capabilities and limitations.
    5T-03 TRANSMISSION LINE DISCONNECT SWITCH CAPABILITY
  9. Defines the operating limits of all transmission circuits.
    5T-10 RATINGS FOR ALL TRANSMISSION CIRCUITS 60 KV OR HIGHER
  10. Defines the operating limits of all transmission and distribution transformers.
    5T-14 RATINGS FOR ALL TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMERS
  11. Provides BC Hydro System Operators with established procedures to ensure that System Operating Limits (SOL’s) and Interconnection Reliability Operating Limits (IROL’s) are adequately monitored on the BC Hydro Bulk Electric System (BES) in real-time.
    7T-01 ESTABLISHING AND MONITORING SOL’s and IROL’s
  12. Included are procedures for the System Operator to identify a SOL violation, communicate to the Reliability Coordinator and take immediate steps to relieve the condition, which may include shedding firm load.
    7T-01 ESTABLISHING AND MONITORING SOL’s and IROL’s
  13. Defines the procedures for determining and maintaining BC Hydro’s Transfer Capability within System Operating Limits (SOL) across WECC Rated Paths that intertie BC Hydro to neighbours in the Western Interconnection in order to comply with NERC standards.
    7T-01A TRANSFER CAPABILITY LIMITS
  14. Was compiled to assist BC Hydro Control Centre System Operators in determining Integrated System and Vancouver Island Daily Peak Loads and Energy.
    7T-06 BC HYDRO INTEGRATED SYSTEM AND VANCOUVER ISLAND LOADS
  15. Outlines specific circumstances where action can be taken on generators without the approval of Generation Coordinator and/or Transmission Coordinator.
    7T-10 GENERATOR ACTIONS NOT REQUIRING SYSTEM OPERATOR APPROVAL
  16. Describes RMR generation requirements.
    7T-12 RELIABILITY MUST RUN GENERATION REQUIREMENTS
  17. Describes the operation of the G.M. Shrum (GMS), Peace Canyon (PCN), McMahon Co-generation (MCM), Bear Mountain Wind Farm (BMW), Dokie Wind Farm (DKW), Quality Wind Farm (QTY), and Meikle Wind Farm (MKL) generating stations, and the 500 kV transmission system from GMS/PCN to the Lower Mainland.
    7T-13 G.M. SHRUM / PEACE CANYON 500 kV SYSTEM OPERATION
  18. Describes the Bridge River / Lower Mainland Interconnection
    7T-14 BRIDGE RIVER – LOWER MAINLAND INTERCONNECTION
  19. Details the operating relationship between BC Hydro and FortisBC. It details the various Points-Of-Interconnection (POI) and the requirements to coordinate operations on Transmission circuits and Generation that can affect operations between the BC Hydro and FortisBC electrical systems.
    7T-16 BC HYDRO – FORTISBC PROCEDURES FOR INTERCONNECTION OPERATIONS
  20. Describes the operation of the BC-Alberta Interconnection, also defined as Path 1 in the WECC Path Rating Catalog.
    7T-17 BC – ALBERTA INTERCONNECTION
  21. Describes the operation of the BC-US Interconnection, also defined as Path 3 in the WECC Path Rating Catalog.
    7T-18 BC - US INTERCONNECTION
  22. Describes general procedures for system voltage control.
    7T-22 SYSTEM VOLTAGE CONTROL
  23. Describes transformer tap positions.
    7T-80 series operating orders
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