Related Files | 2006-08 Reliability Coordination | 2012-09 IRO Review | 2014-03 Revisions to TOP and IRO Standards
BackgroundProject 2015-06 continues the work done by the Project 2012-09 Interconnection Reliability Operations five-year review team. That review resulted in a recommended drafting effort, so a separate drafting team has been tasked with Project 2015-06. The Project 2012-09 IRO Five-Year Review Team reviewed IRO-003-2, IRO-004-2, IRO-005-4, IRO-006-5, IRO-006-East, IRO-008-1, IRO-009-1 and IRO-010-1a. All standards were recommended for revision except IRO-006-5, which was affirmed by the review team. A final set of recommendations and SAR were submitted to the Standards Committee for consideration in October 2013. Since then, Project 2014-03, Revisions to TOP and IRO Standards, recommended retirement of IRO-003-2, IRO-004-2, IRO-005-4, IRO-008-1, and IRO-010-1a, leaving only IRO-006-East and IRO-009-1 in need of revision. IRO-006-EAST and IRO-009 were posted for a final comment and ballot period July 22–31, 2015, with industry approval ratings of 88.23% and 96.84% respectively. The standards were adopted at the Board of Trustees’ August 2015 meeting.
Final DraftsIRO-006-EASTClean | Redline to Last Posted | Redline to Last ApprovedIRO-009Clean | Redline to Last Posted | Redline to Last ApprovedImplementation PlansIRO-006-EASTClean | Redline to Last PostedIRO-009Clean | Redline to Last Posted
Five-Year Review TemplatesIRO-006-EastIRO-009
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