July 20, 2018: System conditions are such that EPE System Operations anticipates an EPIC limitation of 900 MW. Arrangements to bring power into the EPE system above 900 MW should come from the Eddy DC Terminal until further notice. SNMIC values are different from EPIC. Customers interested in SNMIC availability should consult the SNMIC values posted elsewhere.
Upcoming OATi OASIS NITS Changes
03-09-16-El Paso Electric Company (EPE) is working with OATi to prepare for the upcoming implementation of OATi software changes that will impact Network Integration Transmission Service (NITS) customers. The OATi software changes will allow for new functionality to designate and undesignate Network Resources through OASIS. Any NITS customer desiring instruction on the changes, or a demonstration of the new OASIS fields, may contact EPE. Your point of contact is Brenda Delgado, (915) 872-4513.
EPE Transmission Expansion Plan
The El Paso Electric Company System Expansion Plan 2020-2029 contains a forecast of recommended electrical transmission additions and modifications needed to maintain system reliability. Read or download the full report below.
EPE Transmission Real Time Data
Review weekly and daily data from El Paso Electric’s Energy Management System (EMS). You must first read and agree to the EMS Data Disclaimer and Release before proceeding to the data.
This section contains meeting notes from El Paso Electric Transmission Planning Meetings and other important documentation concerning transmission operating procedures. Click here to see current reports and more.
Generator Interconnection Studies
Click here to see El Paso Electric’s library of documentation relating to interconnection studies, reports and agreements.
Standards of Conduct
This section contains all relevant documentation about El Paso Electric’s written procedures implementing the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Standards of Conduct. Click here to learn more and to view this documentation.
Transmission Tariffs and Pending Tariff Filings
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