New York Small Wholesale Generators and behind-the-Meter Generators whose generation is not reported by NYISO will be reported into NYGATS by a Qualified Independent Party, or is eligible to Self Reported if the Nameplate Capacity is under 200 kW.
How to Self-Report Generation Data
To Self Report Generation, access the Review Data/ Self Report column located in the Asset Management Module. A Self Report hyperlink will be provided to report data. Once data has been reported, the hyperlink will display the most recent data.
Select the Add New Output button located on the Self Reporting Screen.
Select the Vintage Year, MWh of kWh radio button and report the generation.
Enter the Reporting Period Begin date and Reporting Period End dates for the generation being reported.
Enter the fuel split (if multifuel) and emissions for each fuel type in lbs. for CO2, NOX, and S02. Press Submit.
Generation data used in the issuance of NYGATS Certificates for Generating Units with a Nameplate Capacity of 200 kW or smaller may self-report generation data for any month in the reporting year, but may also report multiple months of generation on an end-of-year basis. Generating Units with a Nameplate Capacity of 200 kW or smaller that report on an end-of-year basis must report generation for the same calendar year (January – December).
A Self-Reporting Generator must enter actual cumulative meter readings measured in kWh and the date of the meter reading via the Self-Reporting Interface. A Self-Reporting Generator must upload their cumulative meter reading spreadsheets not less than annually (See OP 5.6 and 5.7 for more information). To upload Generation Spreadsheets, select the View/Update link located in the Documents/Attestation column of the Asset Management module.
Designate Document Type, Choose the file to upload and select the Upload Button.