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Transcript
Local Distribution Company (LDC) Form B
LDC Individual Generation Assessment Application
Hydro One Distributed Generation Group | [email protected] | 1-877-447-4412 (Option 2)
General Application Information
Applicants
This Application form is to be used only by a Distributor (“LDC”) to apply to Hydro One for a Connection Impact
Assessment (“CIA”) or Detailed Technical Connection Assessment (“DTCA”) on behalf of a generation proponent
connecting to the LDC’s Distribution System. This application is to be accompanied with the LDC’s generation
connection application as completed by the generation proponent, which must provide the minimum information
requirements listed in Appendix A and, if applicable, Appendices B, C and D of this application form.
Technical Requirements
For technical requirements of Hydro One’s FIT projects, refer to the “Distributed Generation Technical
Interconnection Requirements Interconnections at Voltages 50kV and Below” available at:
http://www.hydroone.com/Generators/Pages/TechnicalRequirements.aspx.
Application Submission Instructions
Please return the completed form, fees and other required documents by mail to:
Hydro One Networks Inc.
Attn: Dx Generation Connections
Generation Connection Application
185 Clegg Road
Markham, Ontario L6G 1B7
Important Notes

Applicants are cautioned NOT to incur major expenses until Hydro One approves to connect the proposed
generation facility.

All technical submissions (Form B, Single Line Diagrams, etc.) must be signed and sealed by a licensed Ontario
Professional Engineer (P.Eng.).

All fields below are mandatory, except where noted. Incomplete applications may be returned by Hydro One
Networks Inc. (“Hydro One”). Failure to provide the minimum information requirements will result in delays in
processing your application.

If you are applying for connection of a Load Displacement or Energy Storage facility, the assessment performed
by Hydro One is a Detailed Technical Connection Assessment (“DTCA”). For such facilities, the term
Connection Impact Assessment (“CIA”) as it appears throughout this Form B shall be interpreted to mean
Detailed Technical Connection Assessment (“DTCA”).
If you have any questions please e-mail Hydro One’s Business Customer Centre at
[email protected] or call 1-877-447-4412 (Option# 2) 8 : 3 0 am to 5:00 pm Mon to Fri).

Hydro One LDC Individual Generation Assessment
Form (LDC Form B) Rev.4, May 21, 2014
Page 1 of 6
Local Distribution Company (LDC) Form B
LDC Individual Generation Assessment Application
Hydro One Distributed Generation Group | [email protected] | 1-877-447-4412 (Option 2)
Section A – Administrative Information
New Application
Revision/Rework
Reconnection of an existing generator
FIT
Load Displacement
Energy Storage
Net Metering
Application Type:
(choose one)
Date (mm / dd / yyyy):
Program Type:
(choose one)
1.
Contact Information
Legal Name of LDC:
Contact Person:
Mailing Address Line 1:
Mailing Address Line 2:
Telephone:
Cell:
Fax:
E-mail:
Preferred method of
communication with Hydro One
E-mail
Telephone
Mail
Fax
Section B – Project Information
1. Generation Proponent Name:
2.
Energy Source (choose one)
Biomass
Solar (PV)
Gas Turbine
Other (please specify)
Wind
Diesel Engine
Water
3. Generator Nameplate Capacity:
kW
4. Feed-In-Tariff (FIT) Contract Number (if applicable):
5.
Connection to Hydro One Transformer Station
Feeder Voltage:
kV
Transformer Station:
LDC feeder selection conductor information (from
TS, or from the territory boundary between the LDC
and Hydro One, to the Generator location,
including conductor length and type)
6. Feeder owned entirely by the LDC?
7. Existing Generator Information:
8. LDC Form B:
Feeder Designation:
LV Bus Designation:
Yes
No
If any part of the LDC’s distribution system that is downstream from the
above TS, includes existing or proposed queue generators, the LDC
must provide details of that generation in the attached Appendix B.
Please attach one copy of your company’s completed Form B as
submitted by your generation proponent including an Engineer’s stamp.
The Form B must include all the minimum information requirements
noted in Appendix “A”.
Hydro One LDC Individual Generation Assessment
Form (LDC Form B) Rev.4, May 21, 2014
Page 2 of 6
Local Distribution Company (LDC) Form B
LDC Individual Generation Assessment Application
Hydro One Distributed Generation Group | [email protected] | 1-877-447-4412 (Option 2)
Section C – Checklist
9.
Please ensure the following items are completed prior to submission. Your application will not be processed if any
part is omitted or incomplete:
□ Payment in full including applicable taxes (by cheque* or money order payable to “Hydro One
Networks Inc.”)
□ LDC Form B stamped by a Professional Engineer
Single Line Diagram with P. Eng. Stamp
□ Listing of existing generation (Appendix B)
□ Minimum information for Load Displacement or Energy Storage Facilities (Appendices C or D)
(if applicable)
A CIA or DTCA Study Agreement must be included with this application, must be original signed
hardcopy document (must not be electronic signature).
*Note: if the payment cheque for the CIA fee is from your customer instead of the LDC, the cheque must
be certified.
Hydro One LDC Individual Generation Assessment
Form (LDC Form B) Rev.4, May 21, 2014
Page 3 of 6
Local Distribution Company (LDC) Form B
LDC Individual Generation Assessment Application
Hydro One Distributed Generation Group | [email protected] | 1-877-447-4412 (Option 2)
Appendix A – LDC Generation Application Minimum Requirements
1.
The following sections/items in the LDC Generation Application are mandatory:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
2.
Generation Characteristics – The following items are required:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
3.
Project Name
FIT Contract Number
Project size
Project location
Single Line Diagram with P. Eng. Stamp
Number of generating units
Manufacturer/type or model No.
Rated capacity for each unit
Rated frequency
Generator terminal connection
Nominal machine voltage
Direct axis subtransient reactance, Xd”
Direct axis transient reactance, Xd’
Interface Step-Up transformer characteristics (all items are required)
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
Transformer rating (kVA)
Nominal voltage of high voltage winding (kV)
Nominal voltage of low voltage winding (kV)
Transformer type (single or three phase)
Impedances on kVA & kV base (R pu, X pu)
High voltage winding connection (delta/star)
Grounding method of star connected high voltage winding neutral (Solid/ Ungrounded & Impedance - R & X
ohms)
h) Low voltage winding connection (delta/star)
i) Grounding method of star connected low voltage winding neutral (Solid/ Ungrounded & Impedance - R & X
ohms)
NOTE: The term ‘High Voltage’ refers to the connection voltage to Hydro One’s distribution system and ‘Low
Voltage’ refers to the generation or any other intermediate voltage.
4.
Intermediate Transformer Characteristics (if there are intermediate transformers (all items are required)
No intermediate transformer (if chosen, parts a. to g. below are optional)
a) Transformer rating (kVA)
b) Nominal voltage of high voltage winding
(kV)
c) Nominal voltage of low voltage winding (kV)
d) Transformer type (single or three phase)
e) Impedances on kVA & kV base (R pu, X pu)
f) High voltage winding connection (delta/star)
g) Grounding method of star connected high voltage winding neutral: (Solid, Ungrounded & Impedances –R
& X ohms
h) Low voltage winding connection: (delta, star)
i) Grounding method of star connected low voltage winding neutral:
NOTE: The term ‘High Voltage’ refers to the intermediate voltage that is input to the interface step-up
transformer and the ‘Low Voltage’ refers to the generation voltage.
Hydro One LDC Individual Generation Assessment
Form (LDC Form B) Rev.4, May 21, 2014
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Local Distribution Company (LDC) Form B
LDC Individual Generation Assessment Application
Hydro One Distributed Generation Group | [email protected] | 1-877-447-4412 (Option 2)
Appendix B – Existing Generation Listing (Generation > 10kW supplied from the TS)
Generator
TS Feeder
Generation
Name
Type
Total Nameplate
Capacity
Comments
Appendix C – Supplemental information for Load Displacement Facilities
Minimum Generation Output information required for Load Displacement Generation Facilities
Load of
Facility
(kW)
Load of
Facility
(kVAR, lead
or lag)
Minimum Load
Maximum Load
Hydro One LDC Individual Generation Assessment
Form (LDC Form B) Rev.4, May 21, 2014
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Generation
Output (kW)
TS(
Generation
Output
(kVAR, lead
or lag)
)
Local Distribution Company (LDC) Form B
LDC Individual Generation Assessment Application
Hydro One Distributed Generation Group | [email protected] | 1-877-447-4412 (Option 2)
Appendix D – Supplemental information for Energy Storage Facilities
What will be the control strategy of the Energy Storage Facility:
Peak Shaving
Description of Control Strategy
When operating as a load
Switch In Time
Switch Out Time
Load kW (peak)
Load kVAR (peak,
leading/lagging)
When operating as a generator
Switch In Time
Switch Out Time
Generation kW (peak)
Generation kVAR (peak,
leading/lagging)
Dynamic VAR Support
Description of Control Strategy
Switch In Condition
Switch Out Condition
Generation kW (peak)
Generation kVAR (peak,
leading/lagging)
Frequency Support
Description of Control Strategy
Switch In Condition
Switch Out Condition
Generation kW (peak)
Generation kVAR
(peak, leading/lagging)
Other
Note: Please attach a detailed description of the proposed control mode.
Hydro One reserves the right to modify the control strategy as part of its Detailed Technical Connection Assessment.
Hydro One LDC Individual Generation Assessment
Form (LDC Form B) Rev.4, May 21, 2014
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