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SERC – North
SERC‐N is an assessment area covering most of Tennessee, Kentucky, northern Alabama, northeastern Mississippi, and small portions of Georgia, Iowa, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Virginia; this excludes the SERC entities that are in PJM. There are five BAs in SERC‐N: Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AECI), Constellation Energy Control and Dispatch, LLC (CECD), Electric Energy, Inc. (EEI), LG&E and KU Services Company (as agent for Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company, LG&E/KU), and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). East Kentucky Power Cooperative (EKPC), which was previously reported in SERC-N, joined PJM on June 1, 2013, and will no longer be reported in the SERC-N Assessment Area.
 
Recent Boundary Changes
Entergy, CLECO, Lafayette Utilities System, Louisiana Energy and Power Authority, Louisiana Generating LLC, South Mississippi Electric Power Association, Constellation Energy Control and Dispatch, City of Rushton, City of Osceola, Union Power Partners, Plum Point Energy Associates, City of West Memphis, City of Benton, City of Conway, and City of North Little Rock will be integrated into the MISO BA Area and the MISO Market on December 19, 2013. This transition into the MISO BA Area and MISO Market has the potential to result in significant flow changes, compared to what has historically been observed and managed on neighboring transmission systems. TVA, AECI, LG&E/KU, Southern Company, Power South, and SPP signed a temporary coordination agreement with MISO called the Operations Reliability Coordination Agreement to mitigate reliability impacts from these operational changes and initiate development of a long-term seams agreement that would alleviate reliability impacts in the long-term. MISO and the impacted entities are implementing the processes outlined in the agreement in preparation for the integration on December 19.
  • Link to Website
  • Link to SERC-North 2013 LTRA Part II Documentation (Methods and Assumptions)
 
Long Term Reliability Assessment Methods and Assumptions
  • 2013 LTRA Part II
  • 2012 LTRA Part II
  • 2011 LTRA Part II
 
Summer Reliability Assessment Methods and Assumptions
  • 2013 SRA Part II
  • 2012 SRA Part II
  • 2011 SRA Part II
 
Winter Reliability Assessment Methods and Assumptions
  • 2013 WRA Part II
  • 2012 WRA Part II
  • 2011 WRA Part II 
 
 

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