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Working Draft of Article 10 Regulations 1-13-11

Working Draft of Article 10 Regulations 1-13-11

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Working Draft of Article 10 RegulationsFor Stakeholder Review and Comment
(NYSDPS, Dated: January 13, 2012)
CHAPTER X CERTIFICATION OF MAJOR ELECTRIC GENERATING FACILITIES SUBCHAPTER A REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTING ARTICLE 10 OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE LAW AS ENACTED BYCHAPTER 388, Section  __ , OF THE LAWS OF 2011 PART 1000 GENERAL PROCEDURES
(Statutory Authority: Public Service Law§161, 164(6)(B), 165(5), State Administrative Procedure Act §306(2)(4))Sec.1000.1 Purpose and Applicability......................................11000.2 Definitions....................................................21000.3 Adoption of Procedures by Reference............................61000.4 Public Involvement.............................................71000.5 Pre-Application Procedures.....................................91000.6 Filing and Service of an Application..........................151000.7 Publication and Content of Notices............................161000.8 Water Quality Certification Procedures........................191000.9 Additional Information........................................211000.10 Fund for Municipal and Local Parties..........................221000.11 Service of Documents..........................................271000.12 Evidence and Proof............................................281000.13 Amendment of an Application...................................301000.14 Dismissal of an Application...................................311000.15 Acceptance of a Certificate...................................321000.16 Amendment, Revocation and Suspension of a Certificate.........331000.17 Transfer of a Certificate.....................................351000.18 Counsel to the Board..........................................37
PART 1001 CONTENT OF AN APPLICATION
(Statutory Authority: Public Service Law§164(1)) Sec.1001.1 General Requirements..........................................381001.2 Exhibit 2: Overview and Public Involvement....................401001.3 Exhibit 3: Location of Facilities.............................411001.4 Exhibit 4: Land Use...........................................431001.5 Exhibit 5: Electric System Effects............................451001.6 Exhibit 6: Wind Power Facilities..............................471001.7 Exhibit 7: Natural Gas Power Facilities.......................481001.8 Exhibit 8: Electric System Production Modeling................491001.9 Exhibit 9: Alternatives.......................................501001.10 Exhibit 10: Consistency with Energy Planning Objectives.......531001.11 Exhibit 11: Design Development Drawings.......................541001.12 Exhibit 12: Construction......................................561001.13 Exhibit 13: Real Property.....................................571001.14 Exhibit 14: Cost of Facilities................................581001.15 Exhibit 15: Public Health and Safety..........................591001.16 Exhibit 16: Pollution Control Facilities......................611001.17 Exhibit 17: Air Emissions.....................................621001.18 Exhibit 18: Safety and Security...............................631001.19 Exhibit 19: Noise and Vibration...............................651001.20 Exhibit 20: Cultural Resources................................671001.21 Exhibit 21: Geology, Seismology and Soils.....................691001.22 Exhibit 22: Terrestrial Ecology and Wetlands..................711001.23 Exhibit 23: Water Resources and Aquatic Ecology...............741001.24 Exhibit 24: Visual Impacts....................................771001.25 Exhibit 25: Effect on Transportation..........................801001.26 Exhibit 26: Effect on Communications..........................82
 
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1001.27 Exhibit 27: Socioeconomic Effects.............................841001.28 Exhibit 28: Environmental Justice.............................861001.29 Exhibit 29: Site Restoration and Decommissioning..............871001.30 Exhibit 30: Nuclear Facilities................................881001.31 Exhibit 31: Local Laws and Ordinances.........................891001.32 Exhibit 32: State Laws and Regulations........................941001.33 Exhibit 33: Other Applications and Filings....................961001.34 Exhibit 34: Electric Interconnection..........................971001.35 Exhibit 35: Electric and Magnetic Fields......................981001.36 Exhibit 36: Gas Interconnection..............................1011001.37 Exhibit 37: Back-Up Fuel.....................................1021001.38 Exhibit 38: Water Interconnection............................1031001.39 Exhibit 39: Wastewater Interconnection.......................1051001.40 Exhibit 40: Telecommunications Interconnection...............1061001.41 Exhibit 41: Applications to Modify or Build Adjacent.........107
PART 1002 COMPLIANCE FILINGS
(Statutory authority: Public Service Law, § 168(2))Sec.1002.1 Purpose.......................................................1091002.2 General Procedures............................................1091002.3 General Requirements..........................................1101002.4 Reporting and Inspections.....................................110
 
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1000.1 Purpose and Applicability
Objectives and Rationale:
This section primarily clarifies two points regarding major electricgenerating facilities that received certificates pursuant to former ArticlesVIII and X of the Public Service Law. First, these regulations will apply tosuch legacy facilities for any Certificate revisions, amendments,revocations, suspensions, transfers and compliance matters in a manner thatis consistent with former Article VIII of the Public Service Law remainingoperative and continuing in full force and effect. The primary distinctionbetween the old laws and the new law is the particular findings that must bemade. Second, a proposal to increase, by more than 25 megawatts, thecapacity of a major electric generating facility that received a Certificatepursuant to former Articles VIII and X of the Public Service Law will betreated as a new application under the new Article 10.
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1000.1 Purpose and Applicability.The purpose of this Subchapter A is to establish procedures for applicationsfor Certificates and other matters affecting the construction or operation ofmajor electric generating facilities pursuant to Article 10 of the PublicService Law. It also establishes procedures for matters affecting theconstruction or operation of major electric generating facilities pursuant toformer Articles VIII and X of the Public Service Law.For Certificate revisions, amendments, revocations, suspensions, transfersand compliance matters for major electric generating facilities havingCertificates granted pursuant to former Articles VIII and X of the PublicService Law, the provisions of this Subchapter A will be applied in a mannerthat is consistent with former Article VIII of the Public Service Lawremaining operative and continuing in full force and effect with regard toapplications filed on or before December 31, 1978, and former Article X ofthe Public Service Law remaining operative and continuing in full force andeffect with regard to applications filed on or before December 31, 2002,except that any such Certificate revisions, amendments, revocations,suspensions, transfers and compliance matters involving increase of capacityby more than 25 megawatts are subject to the procedures for applications forCertificates and other matters affecting the construction or operation ofmajor electric generating facilities pursuant to Article 10 of the PublicService Law without regard to former Articles VIII and X of the PublicService Law.
 Alternatives:
1. The "no action" alternative would be to leave the former Article Xregulations in place as to the legacy facilities. That approach was nottaken when former Article X replaced former Article VIII and could lead topublic confusion as to which is the applicable regulation.

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