July 22, 2024

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BC Hydro
Hydro Fuels Uptick in CAISO Exports, Market Monitor Reports
CAISO’s net energy exports have increased sharply this year, with imports being displaced by increased output from California’s hydroelectric and natural gas resources.
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FERC Rebuffs PJM, SPP on FTR Credit Rules

FERC remained dissatisfied with PJM’s and SPP’s FTR credit policies, while ending inquiries into those of CAISO, ISO-NE and NYISO.

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SPP Markets+ Stakeholders Begin Tariff’s Development
Potential SPP Markets+ participants democratically endorsed the first pieces of the day-ahead market’s tariff, acquiring a taste of the grid operator’s stakeholder process at the same time.
Monitoring Analytics
DC Circuit Upholds FERC on PJM FTR Rule
The D.C. Circuit upheld FERC’s decision to OK PJM’s FTR forfeiture rule without ordering refunds under previous rules implemented without commission approval.
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FERC Approves Termination of FTR Trader’s Member Status
FERC granted PJM’s request to terminate the membership of Hill Energy Resource & Services following the company’s failure to pay invoices on time in 2022.
NYISO Management Committee Briefs: Nov. 30, 2022
NYISO’s Management Committee approved tariff revisions and received briefings on the ISO’s winter supply outlook and its updated Strategic Plan.
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Coaltrain Agrees to $4M Settlement with FERC over UTC Trades
Coaltrain Energy agreed to pay $4 million in disgorged profits to resolve a FERC investigation into accusations that the company engaged in market manipulation.
FERC OKs GreenHat Settlements
The principals of GreenHat Energy will pay PJM $1.4 million to settle claims over the company’s FTR market default, which cost members nearly $180 million.
PJM MRC/MC Preview: Aug. 24, 2022
The PJM MRC will vote on rules governing the inclusion of variable environmental charges in cost-based offers and four sets of capacity auction parameters.
IMM Report Notes Rising Fuel, Congestion Costs in PJM
PJM's real-time LMPs and congestion costs both spiked in the first half of 2022, driven by increasing fuel prices and loads, the IMM reported.

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