Standards Subject To Future Enforcement 2016

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Standards Subject to Future Enforcement2016Rachel CoyneManager, Reliability Standards ProgramTalk with Texas RE &NRWG

CIP Version 5StandardEnforcement DateCIP-002-5.14/1/2016CIP-003-5Phased in beginning k with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

CIP-003-5 Implementation Dates Standard Enforcement Date: First day of ninth calendar quarterafter effective date of order 4/1/2016RequirementCompliant byR1, R3, R44/1/2016 (9th quarter following effectivedate of the order)R24/1/2017 (13th quarter following effectivedate of the order)3Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

CIP Version 6StandardEnforcement DateCIP-003-6Phased in beginning 7/1/2016CIP-004-67/1/2016CIP-006-6Phased in beginning 7/1/2016CIP-007-6Phased in beginning 7/1/2016CIP-009-67/1/2016CIP-010-2Phased in beginning 7/1/2016CIP-011-27/1/20164Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

CIP-003-6 Implementation Dates Standard Enforcement Date: First day of first calendar quarterafter effective date of order 7/1/2016RequirementCompliant byAll requirements with exceptions listedbelow7/1/2016R1.24/1/2017R24/1/2017R2 Attachment 1, section 14/1/2018R2 Attachment 1, section 29/1/2018R2 Attachment 1, section 39/1/2018R2 Attachment 1, section 44/1/20175Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

CIP-006-6 Implementation Dates Standard Enforcement Date: First day of first calendar quarterafter effective date of order 7/1/2016RequirementCompliant byAll req. with exception of R1.17/1/2016R1.14/1/20176Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

CIP-007-6 Implementation Dates Standard Enforcement Date: First day of first calendar quarterafter effective date of order 7/1/2016RequirementCompliant byAll req. with exception of R1.27/1/2016R1.24/1/20177Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

CIP-010-2 Implementation Dates Standard Enforcement Date: First day of first calendar quarterafter effective date of order 7/1/2016RequirementCompliant byR1, R2, R37/1/2016R44/1/20178Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

Non-CIP Upcoming Enforcement DatesStandard/RequirementEnforcement DateBAL-001-TRE-1 (GO 50% meet average 12month PFR) R9, R104/1/2016BAL-003-1.1 R14/1/2016 (Phased in beginning 4/1/2015)PRC-005-6 (3-year interval, 1D/1Q 24 mo.Following regulatory approval)4/1/20169Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

BAL-001-TRE-1 Implementation Plan TimelineERCOT 12-Month PFRCalculated (R2)ERCOT CalculatesIMFR (R3)ERCOT Makes FRPublic if FMEOccurs (R4)BAL-001-TRE-1EffectiveERCOT RecordsFMEs (R1)GO 50% GovernorSettings (R6) (R7)ERCOT Improves FRif IMFR (R5)GO 100% GovernorSettings (R6) (R7)GO 50% MeetAverage 12-MonthPFR(R9) (R10)GO 100% MeetAverage 12-MonthPFR(R9) (R10)GOP Notify ERCOT ofGovernor Status Change (R8)10Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

BAL-003-1.1 Implementation Dates Standard Enforcement Date: First day of first calendar quarter12 months after effective date of order 4/1/2015RequirementCompliant byR14/1/2016 (24 months after regulatoryapproval)R2, R3, R44/1/2015 (12 months after regulatoryapproval)11Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

PRC-005-6 Implementation Dates – PartialMaximum MaintenanceInterval% CompliantCompliant byPRC-005 General Implementation PlanLess than 1 year100%Oct. 1, 2015 (1D/1Q 18 mo. following regulatory approval)1–2 calendar years100%Apr. 1, 2017 (1D/1Q 36 mo. following regulatory approval)3 calendar years30%Apr. 1, 2016 (1D/1Q 24 mo. following regulatory approval) Note 13 calendar years60%Apr. 1, 2017 (1D/1Q 36 mo. following regulatory approval)3 calendar years100%Apr. 1, 2018 (1D/1Q 48 mo. following regulatory approval)6 calendar years30%Apr. 1, 2017 (1D/1Q 36 mo. following regulatory approval)6 calendar years60%Apr. 1, 2019 (1D/1Q 60 mo. following regulatory approval)6 calendar years100%Apr. 1, 2021 (1D/1Q 84 mo. following regulatory approval)12 calendar years30%Apr. 1, 2019 (1D/1Q 60 mo. following regulatory approval)12 calendar years60%Apr. 1, 2023 (1D/1Q 108 mo. following regulatory approval)12 calendar years100%Apr. 1, 2027 (1D/1Q 156 mo. following regulatory approval)Note 1 Or,for generating plants with scheduled outage intervals exceeding two years, at the conclusion of the first succeeding maintenance outage.12Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

Non-CIP Upcoming Enforcement DatesStandardEnforcement DateCOM-002-47/1/2016MOD-025-2Phased in beginning 7/1/2016MOD-031-17/1/2016MOD-032-2 R2, R3, R47/1/2016 (Phased in beginning 002-2Phased in beginning 7/1/2016PRC-019-2Phased in beginning 7/1/2016PRC-024-2Phased in beginning 7/1/201613Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

MOD-025-2 Implementation Dates Standard Enforcement Date: First day of first calendar quartertwo years after effective date of order 7/1/2016 (Considered tobe two years after applicable regulatory approvals)Requirement% CompliantCompliant byR1, R2, R340%7/1/2016 (2 years)R1, R2, R360%7/1/2017 (3 years)R1, R2, R380%7/1/2018 (4 years)R1, R2, R3100%7/1/2019 (5 years)14Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

MOD-032-1 Implementation Dates Standard Enforcement Date: First day of first calendar quarter12 months after effective date of order 7/1/2015RequirementCompliant byR17/1/2015 (12 months after regulatoryapproval)R2, R3, R47/1/2016 (24 months after regulatoryapproval)15Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

PRC-002-2 Implementation Dates Standard Enforcement Date: First day of first calendar quarter sixmonths following regulatory approval 7/1/2016Requirement% CompliantCompliant byR1, R5100%7/1/2016 (6 months)R12100%10/1/2016 (9 months)R2-R4, R6-R1150%1/1/2020 (4 years)R2-R4, R6-R11 (Entities owning only one BES bus,BES Element, or generating unit shall be fullycompliant within 6 years)1/1/2022 (6 years)R2-R4, R6-R111/1/2026 (10 years)100% Entities shall be 100% compliant with a re-evaluated list from R1 orR5 within three (3) years following the notification by the TO orresponsible entity that re-evaluated the list.16Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

PRC-019-2 Implementation Dates Standard Enforcement Date: First day of first calendar quartertwo years following regulatory approval 7/1/2016Requirement% CompliantCompliant byR1, R2, R340%7/1/2016 (2 years)R1, R2, R360%7/1/2017 (3 years)R1, R2, R380%7/1/2018 (4 years)R1, R2, R3100%7/1/2019 (5 years) PRC-019-1 retires before becoming enforceable, however, theimplementation plan supports PRC-019-217Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

PRC-024-2 Implementation Dates Standard Enforcement Date: First day of first calendar quartertwo years following regulatory approval 7/1/2016Requirement% CompliantCompliant byR1, R2, R340%7/1/2016 (2 years)R1, R2, R360%7/1/2017 (3 years)R1, R2, R380%7/1/2018 (4 years)R1, R2, R3100%7/1/2019 (5 years) PRC-024-1 retires before becoming enforceable, however, theimplementation plan supports PRC-024-218Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

Non-CIP Upcoming Enforcement DatesStandard/RequirementEnforcement DateBAL-001-TRE-1 (GO 100% meetaverage 12-month PFR) R9, R1010/1/2016PRC-002-2 R1210/1/201619Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

Standards Outreach Schedule – Talk with Texas RE PRC-004-4(i) – March 22, 2016MOD-032-1 R2, R3, R4 – TBDPRC-002-2 – TBDBAL-001-TRE-1 – TBD20Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

Standards Outreach Schedule – Spring Workshop April 20, 2016 Generator Verification Standards MOD-025-2 PRC-019-2 PRC-024-2 COM-002-4 PRC-004-4(i) MIDAS Enhanced Periodic Reviews – NERC21Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

Questions?Rachel Coynersm@texasre.org512-583-495622Talk with Texas RE & NRWGFebruary 18, 2016

CIP-005-5 . 4/1/2016: CIP-006-5. 4/1/2016: CIP-007-5. 4/1/2016: CIP-008-5. 4/1/2016: CIP-009-5. 4/1/2016: CIP-010-1. 4/1/2016: CIP-011-1. 4/1/2016: Talk with Texas RE & NRWG February 18, 2016. 3 CIP

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