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PRODUCERS

Where to make the procedures ASEP ETESA CND
Initial procedures before beginning operations      
       
1. Obtaining a licence or generation concession Here    
2. Obtaining viability of connection to the system   Here  
3. If it's a hydroelectric or eolic central, determining the long-term firm power     Here
       
Near the operation begin      
       
4. Requirement fullfillment for connections demanded by the transmission regulation   Here Here
5. Accomplishment of the Interconection requirements demanded by the operation regulation     Here
6. Requirements for the remote supervision of the facilities demanded by the operation regulation     Here
7. Validation of the Commercial Meassurement System     Here
8. Integration of payment warranty     Here
9. Creation of an account in the Bank of Management and Recovery     Here

BIG CLIENTS

Where to make the procedures ASEP ETESA CND
Vinculation of a Big Client      
       
1. Accomplish the demanded requirements in the resolution AN N° 961-Elec of June 25th, 2007     Here
2. If its neccesary, obtaining system connection viability   Here  
       
Near the operation begin      
       
3. If its necessary, fulfillment of the connection requirements demanded by the Transmission Regulation   Here Here
4. If its necessary, fulfillment of the requirements in interconection demanded by the Operation Regulation     Here
5. If its necessary, requirements for the remote supervision of the facilities demanded by the Operation Regulation     Here
6. Validation of the Commercial Measurement System     Here
7. If its necessary, integration of payment warranty     Here
8. If its necessary, Creation of an account in the Bank of Management and Recovery     Here

PRODUCERS/BIG CLIENTS

Initial procedures before Operation

Point No.2: Obtaining system connection viability.

See Transmission Regulation:

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PRODUCERS

Initial procedures before Operation

Point No.3: If it's hydraulic or eolic, determining the long-term firm power value.

See Operation Regulation:

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PRODUCERS/ BIG CLIENTS

Near the operation begin

Point No.4: Requirement Fulfillment of Connection required by the Transmission Regulation.

For the case of Big Client only applies if its vinculated directly to the ETESA transmission network.

See the Transmission Regulation:

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PRODUCERS/BIG CLIENTS

Near the operation begin

Point No.5: Interconnection Requirement Fulfillment demanded by the Operation Regulation.

In the case of Big Client only applies if is directly vinculated to the ETESA transmission network.

See the Operation Regulation:

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PRODUCERS/BIG CLIENTS

Near the operation begin

Point No.6: Requirements for the remote supervision of the facilities by the Operation Regulation.

For the case of Producers does not apply to the centrals of less than 10 MW that have decided not to submit to the centralized dispatch by CND.

For the case of Big Client only applies if is directly vinculated to the ETESA transmission network.

See in the Operation Regulation:

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PRODUCERS/BIG CLIENTS

Near the operation begin

Point No.7: Validation of the Commercial Measurement System.

See in the Operation Regulation:

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PRODUCERS/BIG CLIENTS

Near the operation begin

Point No.8: Integration of payment warranty.

In the case of Big Clients only applies if they declare themselves Active Big Clients buying directly to the Electric Wholesale Market.

See in Commercial Rules:

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PRODUCERS/BIG CLIENTS

Near the operation begin

Point No.8: Creation of an account in the Bank of Management and Recovery.

In the case of Big Clients only applies if they declare themselves Active Big Clients buying directly to the Electric Wholesale Market.

See in Commercial Rules:

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Required Information for Generation Studies

LONG TERM FIRM POWER CALCULATION
a) Project ID Data
  1) Plant Name  
  2) Plant Type: run-of-the-river / Dam  
  3) Installed Capacity (MW).  
  4) Average Annual Energy (GWh/año).  
  5) Power (MW) and Firm Power (GWh).  
  6) Operation start date (month, year).  
  7) Project Execution Time Line.  
b) Topology Data
  1) Hydrological Contribution.  
  2) Discharge Zone.  
  3) Spill.  
  4) Upstreams Projects.  
  5) Downstreams Projects.  
  6) Schematical Location (Diagram).  
c) Historic Flow Base
  1) Average monthly flows for each station, in a digital file spreadsheet type. This file must have all available data.  
d) Operational Characteristics
  1) Minimum and maximum operation levels in meters over the average sea level (msnm).  
  2) Discharge level in meters over the average sea level (msnm).  
  3) Net Fall in meters (m).  
  4) Gross Fall in meters (m).  
  5) Average Hydraulic Loss in the conductors in meters (m).  
  6) Design Flow in cubiq meters per second (m3/s).  
  7) Ecologic Flow in cubiq meters per second (m3/s).  
e) Generation Units Information
  1) Number of Generating Units.  
  2) Power per unit (MW).  
  3) Efficiency curves Turbine and Generator in (%).  
f) Dam Characteristics
  1) Maximum level in meters over the average sea level (msnm).  
  2) Minimum level in meters over the average sea level (msnm).  
  3) Dam Level-Area-Volume Table. (Table of 5 or more points, include minimums and maximums and corresponding curves).  
  4) Medium Level: in meters over the average sea level (msnm).  
  5) Area in Square Kilometers (Km2).  
  6) Useful Volume in (millions of m3).  
  7) Bottom Level over the sea level (msnm).  
g) Other Data
  1) Table with the production coeficients data (MW/m3/seg) for each storage level defined in the Dam's Level-Area-Volume table.  
  2) Turbine minimul flow (m3/s) to be used to represent restrictions in the turbine operation or environmental controls, water supply or sailing restrictions (Ecologic Flow).  

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