BEC-31: How does a supplier schedule and deliver the Product to the applicable delivery point?

The following is a summary only and this answer is qualified in its entirety by the applicable supplier contract, namely the (ComEd) Master Agreement, the (AIC) Confirmation Agreement, and the (MEC) Confirmation Agreement.

The Seller is responsible for arranging with PJM and/or MISO the required quantity to be made available at the delivery point for the hours that are scheduled. PJM and/or MISO allow market participants a variety of methods to make such arrangements. For example, injections of energy may occur at different points in the grid and PJM and/or MISO will settle the difference with the Seller. In other cases, if the Seller does not have any energy injections for a given set of hours, PJM and/or MISO will commit or dispatch other units to cover the obligation on the Seller’s behalf and then charge the Seller for all such commitment/dispatch costs. Nonetheless, in all cases, the responsibility for settling all such arrangements with PJM and/or MISO will fall to the Seller.

For details, please see Section 3.2 of the (ComEd) Master Agreement, Paragraph 18 of the (AIC) Confirmation Agreement, and Paragraph 16 of the (MEC) Confirmation Agreement.