NYISO on Tuesday laid out a plan to revise its capacity market rules, especially those on buyer-side mitigation (BSM), by this fall to address regulators’ views that they stymie the cost-effective deployment of state-subsidized resources like solar and wind, which have environmental attributes not normally accounted for in market valuations.
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