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|RAPID/Hydropower/California/Transmission +||All generating facilities seeking interconnection with the Distribution Providers Transmission System must apply with CAISO for interconnection and are subject to the CAISO tariff. Those generating facilities, subject to [[Federal Energy Regulatory Commission]] (FERC) jurisdiction must apply under a Distribution Provider’s Wholesale Distribution Tariff (WDT) regardless of whether they interconnect to a Distribution Provider’s Distribution or Transmission System. [[Cal. Pub. Util. Code, Rule 21 Generating Facility Interconnections]]; [[California Public Utility Commission Decision 12-09-018, Revising Tariff Rule 21]].|
|RAPID/Hydropower/Colorado/Transmission +||Local governments may regulate areas and activities of state interest. The statute defines “major facilities of a public utility” , in part, as “transmission lines, power plants and substations of electrical utilities.” [[Colorado - C.R.S. 24-65.1-203 - Activities of State Interest as Determined by Local Government]].|
|RAPID/Hydropower/New York/Transmission +||"Depending on whether the facility is a large facility or a small generating facility will determine which NYISO Open Access Transmission Tariff (OATT) provisions apply and which NYISO Interconnection Request procedures the developer should adhere to. A generating facility of 20 MW or More or a Merchant Transmission Facility the developer must file a Large Facility Interconnection Request. A small generator project falls under NYISO’s Small Generator Interconnection Procedures (SGIP) if:
*The small generator proposes to interconnect to either the NYS Transmission System, or FERC-jurisdictional distribution, and
*At least some of the small generator project’s output may be available to the wholesale market."
[[NYISO Transmission Expansion and Interconnection Manual]].|