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When would a Generation Resource need to complete the “Non-Modeled Generator” form rather than completing the Resource Asset Registration Form (RARF)?

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When would a Generation Resource need to complete the “Non-Modeled Generator” form rather than completing the Resource Asset Registration Form (RARF)?

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In accordance with protocol definition, a Generation Resource may qualify as a Non-Modeled Generator if: (a) Capable of providing net output of energy to the ERCOT System; (b) 10 MW or less in size; or greater than ten MW and registered with the PUCT according to P.U.C. SUBST. R. ยง25.109, Registration of Power Generation Companies and Self-Generators, as a self-generator; and (c) Registered with ERCOT as a Non-Modeled Generator, which means that the generator may not participate in the Ancillary Service or energy markets, Reliability Unit Commitment (RUC), or Security Constrained Economic Dispatch (SCED). Qualifying as Non-Modeled Generator does not negate the possible need to complete the RARF. A qualified Non-Modeled Generator will need to be incorporated into the ERCOT network model and complete the RARF if: The Generator Resource is 10 MWs or greater whether within Private Use Network or otherwise; the Generator Resource is transmission connected and ERCOT deems necessary for netwo

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