All generation data received by MIRECS will undergo an automatic data validity check to ensure that erroneous and technically infeasible data is not entered into MIRECS and used to issue Credits.
What is a Feasibility Failure?
The data validity check will compare reported electricity production (Meter Data) to an engineering estimate of maximum potential production, calculated as a function of nameplate capacity, capacity factor/annual max, hours during time period and error threshold.
A Feasibility Failure occurs when the data entered exceeds an estimate of technically feasible generation. When this happens, the MIRECS Administrator will require the Account Holder to submit either settlement reports or meter readings to verify the reported generation.
The Account Holder will be notified via email if the Qualified Reporting Entity has loaded data that failed the validity check. The Account Holder can review the reported generation from the Project Management Module's “Review Data/Self-Report” column. The date displayed in this column is the last vintage loaded.
Note: The feasibility status of the reported generation will be displayed in the Feasibility column of the Data Review screen.