Day-ahead schedule

  A schedule prepared by a scheduling coordinator or the independent system operator before the beginning of a trading day. This schedule indicates the levels of generation and demand scheduled for each settlement period that trading day.
  U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration's Energy Glossary
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  Day-ahead Schedule A schedule prepared by a Scheduling Coordinator or the ISO before the beginning of a trading day. This schedule indicates the levels of generation and demand scheduled for each settlement period of that trading day.
  California Energy Comission. Dictionary of Energy Terms

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