This section contains data about the grid and key measurements of its operation. This page provides current information on long-term planning in the ERCOT region. ERCOT-820 MW No interconnections between Western grid and ERCOT. Transmission for the Development of Scenario 2 of the Competitive Renewable Energy Zones (CREZ) Transmission and Distribution Utilities in Competitive Retail Areas Electric Retail Service Area Map - Investor Owned Utilities and certain Municipal Utilities. View proposed and approved transmission outages; the outage contingency list and information sheets; and the dynamic schedule application, dynamic ratings form and re-route 'in-service' notification. Key Documents. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas operates the electric grid and manages the deregulated market for 75 percent of the state. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) manages scheduling on an electric grid carrying 90 percent of Texas' load. View information on market studies and analysis materials related to Resource Adequacy in the ERCOT region. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) manages scheduling on an electric grid carrying 90 percent of Texas' load. Roles and benefits of transmission (with examples) 4. Competitive Renewable Energy Zones (CREZ) Map. Creates a revenue stream for Lubbock ratepayers through new transmission lines connecting Lubbock to the ERCOT system. Forecasted and Actual PVGR Power Production, Forecasted and Actual Wind Power Production, Daily RUC Active and Binding Transmission Constraints, Hourly RUC Active and Binding Transmission Constraints, Seven-Day Load Forecast by Model and Study Area, Seven-Day Load Forecast by Model and Weather Zone, SCED Shadow Prices and Binding Transmission Constraints, State Estimator Load Report - DC Tie Flows, State Estimator Load Report - Total ERCOT Generation, Resource Integration & Ongoing Operations – Resource Services. Following are various maps of the ERCOT and North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) regions. View dashboards for current system conditions in the ERCOT control area. View data intended to assist market participants in their resource planning and projected assessment of system adequacy (PASA). Texas Reliability Council Boundaries Map View system demand and CSC flows; ERCOT control area load forecasts and historical data; short-, mid- and long-term forecasts; and day-ahead weather assumptions. © 1996-2020 Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc. All rights reserved. NERC Interconnections Map (08/18/2017, jpg, 149 KB) ERCOT County Map (08/18/2017, jpg, 1.3 MB) ERCOT Region Map (03/23/2017, jpg, 770 KB) ERCOT Weather Zone Map (03/28/2019, png, 230 KB) Transmission Line Voltages Nominal (kV-rms) Maximum (kV-rms) 69 72 115 121 138 145 161 169 230 242 345 362 500 550 ASSURES A DIVERSIFIED ENERGY PORTFOLIO. This feature class/shapefile represents electric power transmission lines. To ensure fiscal responsibility, the ERCOT budget, which includes funding to support project activity, is reviewed by the Finance and Audit Committee and approved by the ERCOT Board. The ERCOT budget is approved every two years. This section contains data about the grid and key measurements of its operation. Provides full access to West Texas wind and a mix of conventional and renewable electric generation such as natural gas, solar and coal. View data on DC ties, generation outages, resource plan details and scheduled generation, and find forms to submit generation and outage data/requests. Statistics, maps and costs 3. Transmission Lines are the system of structures, wires, insulators and associated hardware that carry electric energy from one point to another in an electric power system. 5 System Map Overview PNM Transmission Dependant Other Systems PNM Retail Service Area PNM Owned Electric Lines Other Electric Lines WECC SPP • Lines shown in red are the primary ... “Backbone” transmission lines (345 kV and 230 kV) are 150 to