The OEB issued a Decision and Order covering two elements of the TSC. The first, in Section 2.6. of the TSC (section 4.6 of the Revised Code), addresses the need for transmitters to develop rules and procedures in order to enable them to require that non-compliant customer equipment be brought into compliance with the performance standards and technical requirements of the TSC. The second, in Section 2.5. of the TSC (Section 4.5 of the Revised Code), requires transmitters to file delivery point performance standards with the OEB for its review and approval.
Summary of the Decision and Order:
Hydro One to revise its “Customer Delivery Point Standards” and its “Customer Equipment Compliance Process” documentation in accordance with the findings of the Board as set out in this Decision and Order.
Hydro One to consult with transmission customers that have generation facilities supplying their sites, as described in section 2.3.2 of this Decision and Order, and prepare a report on the subject.
Hydro One to continue to consult with appropriate customers to develop a comprehensive process to deal with power quality issues, as described in section 2.3.15 of this Decision and Order.
Hydro One to prepare a report that explores the implications of using a performance baseline trigger for the frequency and duration of forced interruptions under two scenarios, as described in section 2.3.17 of this Decision and Order.
Hydro One to contact Board staff by September 12, 2005 to develop a schedule for the filing of revisions to its “Customer Delivery Point Standards” and its “Customer Equipment Compliance Process” documentation and of the report referred to above.