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Compliance Audit Report
Public Version
Exelon Generating Company, LLC
July 15 to August 5, 2009
August 5, 2009
Confidential Information (including Privileged and
Critical Energy Infrastructure Information)
Has Been Removed
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Confidential Information (including Privileged and Critical Energy Infrastructure Information) Has Been Removed The off-site compliance audit of Exelon Generating Company, LLC (EGC) was conducted between July 15 and August 5, 2009. The audit was completed using data submitted by EGC prior to the start of the off-site audit and data provided as a result of questions that arose during the audit. The audit was performed by NPCC to demonstrate compliance within the NPCC footprint. The auditor evaluated EGC’s compliance with 15 reliability standards and 32 requirements identified in the NERC 2009 Implementation Plan for the period of the last twelve months or monitoring timeframes specified in each, reliability standard. Of the 15 standards and 32 requirements audited for the functions EGC is registered, 14 standards and 31 requirements were judged to be compliant and 1 standard and 1 requirement was judged to be not applicable. EGC staff provided overviews of each standard, resulting in a more clear understanding of their business model and accelerated the audit process. The evidence provided to demonstrate compliance was well presented and well organized. The audit team would like to thank the EGC staff for their support offered throughout the audit. This audit report depicts all activities performed by the audit team during the audit. Some information discussed during the course of the audit is non-public. Any non-public information included in this report is listed in the Findings section, specifically in the Auditors Notes Summary in the table. This portion of the table will be redacted from the public posting version of this report.
The compliance audit process steps are detailed in the NERC CMEP. The NERC CMEP
generally conforms to the United States Government Accountability Office Government
Auditing Standards and other generally accepted audit practices.
Objectives

All registered entities are subject to audit for compliance with all reliability standards applicable
to the functions for which the registered entity is registered. The audit objectives are:
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Confidential Information (including Privileged and Critical Energy Infrastructure Information) Has Been Removed • Independently review Exelon Generating Company, LLC compliance with the requirements of the reliability standards that are applicable to EGC based on the EGC registered functions. • Validate compliance with applicable reliability standards from the NERC 2009 Implementation Plan list of actively monitored standards. • Validate evidence of self-reported violations and previous self-certifications, confirm compliance with other requirements of the reliability standard, and review the status of associated mitigation plans. • Document the Exelon Generating Company, LLC Compliance culture.
Scope

The audit included all standards identified in the May 15, 2009 audit letter. The audit was a
regularly scheduled audit and no self reported violations or compliance investigations were
involved in the audit. The audit was performed by NPCC to demonstrate compliance within the
NPCC footprint.
Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest

The audited entity was informed in advance of the audit that the independent contractors
executed confidentiality agreements and code of conduct documentation was in place for the
NERC representative and regional entity staff. Work history and conflict of interest forms
submitted by each audit team member are on file in the NPCC corporate offices. The audited
entity was given an opportunity to object to an audit team member on the basis of a possible
conflict of interest or the existence of other circumstances that could interfere with the audit team
member’s impartial performance of duties. The audited entity accepted the audit team member
with no objections.
Off-site Audit

EGC was provided with a pre-audit request letter identifying the standards and requirements
subject to audit. The audit letter was sent to EGC more than 60 days in advance of the scheduled
audit. This was an onsite audit conducted every six years or as determined to be necessary by the
region. EGC had not self reported any violations. EGC is registered in NPCC as a PSE, GO,
GOP and in SERC, TRE and RFC. as a GO GOP.
In all cases, the auditors requested interviews with EGC employees representing subject matter
expertise regarding all of the registered functions of EGC. These interviews resulted in data
requests that in conjunction with the submitted evidence would provide the auditor with a basis
for professional judgment when validating compliance with reliability standards.
Methodology

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Confidential Information (including Privileged and Critical Energy Infrastructure Information) Has Been Removed The auditors prepared reliability standards auditor worksheets (RSAWs) to evaluate each
standard. The RSAW’s are used to ensure consistency and to document evidence of compliance
or non-compliance with the standards. All relevant documents are considered and to the extent
they form portion of the audit trail are referenced in the RSAW’s.
Audit Overview

The audit overview was provided to EGC via conference call on July 29, 2009, between Garth
Arnott of NPCC and David P Belanger of EGC and Chris Scanlon of Exelon Corp The audit
leader member reviewed his career and noted they had signed confidentially agreements. A brief
explanation of the audit process was given and the timelines were discussed. EGC was given an
opportunity to reject the auditors but accepted the auditors and their credentials for this audit.
Audit

Garth Arnott as the audit lead performed the audit off site. Prior to calls to EGC, the auditor
developed a list of questions for EGC and provided the questions via email. EGC then took the
time necessary to develop the answer and submitted them by email to the auditor.
Exit Briefing

The exit briefing was conducted by conference call on August 5, 2009 between Garth Arnott of
NPCC and David P Belanger of EGC and Chris Scanlon of Exelon Corp; NPCC staff reviewed
the audit process and summarized the findings of the audit. The results of the audit were, 14
standards and 31 requirements audited for the functions EGC is registered, were found to be
compliant, 1 standard and 1 requirement was judged to be non applicable. EGC was given an
opportunity to question the audit findings and provide comment on the audit. EGC said they
thought the process was very professional and although it had been a beneficial process.
Company Profile

Exelon, a utility services holding company, operates through its principal subsidiaries –
Generation, ComEd and PECO, each of whom is treated as an operating segment by Exelon.
Exelon Generation was formed in 2000 as a Pennsylvania limited liability company and began
operations effective January 1, 2001. Generation consists of owned and contracted electric
generating facilities (Nuclear and Fossil/Hydroelectric), wholesale energy marketing operations
and competitive retail supply operations. The Fossil and Hydroelectric facilities are
owned/operated through Exelon Generation Power.
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Confidential Information (including Privileged and Critical Energy Infrastructure Information) Has Been Removed Exelon Generation Co. LLC owns and operates peaking generation assets in three Central and
Eastern Massachusetts locations. The sites are as follows, 3 Combustion Turbines located in
Medway Ma, Asset ID # 625, 626, and 627
Assets ID #625 and 626 are rated for 53 MW each and are connected to a common GSU to step
up from 13.8 kv to 230kv. Asset ID #627 is rated for 53 MW and is connected to a GSU to step
up from 13.8kv to 115kv. 3 Combustion Turbines located in Framingham Ma
Asset ID #s 417,418 and 419, all three assets are rated at 16.7 MW each and connect to a
distribution bus at 13.8kv. 1 Asset located in Boston MA, Asset # 466
Asset is rated for 18 MW and is connected to a network bus at 13.8 kv.
Transmission resources for all three sites are owned by the TO N-Star
Audit Specifics

The compliance audit was conducted on July 15 to August 5, 2009 at the auditor’s offices.

NPCC Audit
Team Role

Exelon Generating Company, LLC
Organization
EGC provided electronic files and emails containing data used to demonstrate their compliance with the standards identified in the audit letter from NPCC. When the auditor had additional questions conference calls were used to request additional documentation until the auditors were convinced that the standards and requirements had been met and EGC had demonstrated compliance. After reviewing all the data EGC was judged to be compliant with 14 standards and 31 requirements and 1 standard and 1 requirement was judged to be non applicable.
Findings
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Confidential Information (including Privileged and Critical Energy Infrastructure Information) Has Been Removed The following table details the summarized auditor notes relating to evidence reviewed for compliance with the reliability standards listed in the NERC 2009 Implementation Plan. This table can also include details summarizing auditor notes relating to evidence reviewed for reliability standard requirements for self-reported violations, ongoing mitigation plans, and other discussions. This audit report depicts all activities performed by the audit team during the audit. Some information discussed during the course of the audit is non-public. Any non-public information included in this report is listed in the Findings section, specifically in the Auditors Notes Summary in the table. This portion of the table will be redacted from the public posting version of this report. Reliability
Requirement
Standard
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Confidential Information (including Privileged and Critical Energy Infrastructure Information) Has Been Removed Reliability
Requirement
Standard

Compliance Culture

The audit team reviewed Exelon Generating Company, LLC compliance culture; the regional
entity compliance staff may review additional aspects of EGC compliance culture. During all
contact, EGC staff was professional in their approach to compliance and understood the
importance of the compliance and its role in maintaining reliability. Exelon has a department at
the corporate level with a staff of four that manage compliance across the company. The
department has access to the CEO and the board.
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