Before submitting a scheduling coordinator application and fee, please review the California ISO Tariff and these recommended Business Practice Manuals:
California ISO Tariff:
• Responsibilities of a Scheduling Coordinator, section 4.5
• Creditworthiness, section 12
• Pro Forma Agreements - Scheduling Coordinator Agreement, Appendix B.1
Business practice manuals:
• Scheduling Coordinator Certification and Termination
• Credit Management and Market Clearing
SC ChangesFind SC ongoing obligations, forms and change notifications here
SC certification requirements
The Scheduling Coordinator Certification Overview document is a summary of the SC certification requirements and provides steps for SC application submittal. For additional information and detail, please refer to the Business Practice Manual for Scheduling Coordinator Certification and Termination.
Scheduling coordinator certification overview
When a scheduling coordinator application and fee are accepted, a qualified certification specialist will provide a requirements checklist and assist the applicant through the certification process. For assistance, please email SCRequests@caiso.com
SC certification formsSC certification forms should be sent to SCRequests@caiso.com for review and processing.
Certified scheduling coordinators and contact informationThe lists contain the primary contact for the scheduling coordinator along with ISO primary and back up client representatives.
The BPM for Credit Management and Market Clearing describes the credit-related policies and processes used to protect the financial integrity and effectiveness of ISO markets.
Agreements and information request sheets
Agreements are pro forma, FERC approved. The information request sheets provide the ISO with information specific to each agreement. Agreements adhere to the SC requirements and standards. Please provide required information to initiate certification, meter service and network connectivity agreements early in the process.
Information request sheets