The OEB proposed to issue a revised version of the Transmission System Code. The principal purpose of the proposed revised Transmission System Code was to implement the OEB’s June 8, 2004 policy decision in the Transmission System Code review proceeding (RP-2002-0120) . That decision set out a principled framework for detailed revisions to the Transmission System Code. The proposed revised Transmission System Code also reflects significant improvements that clarify and in some cases modify the rights and obligations of transmitters and customers alike.
|Date||Issue / Document|
|July 25, 2005||
The OEB issued a final version of the revised Transmission System Code (TSC).
The OEB also issued a Decision and Order covering two elements of the TSC. The first 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 requires transmitters to file delivery point performance standards with the OEB for its review and approval. Read more here...
|June 2, 2005||
The OEB is proposing changes to the proposed revised Transmission System Code that was issued on December 17, 2004.
|December 17, 2004||
The OEB issued a Notice of Proposal to issue a revised Transmission System Code.