MISO Market Subcommittee (MSC)
MISO plans to handle four of the five recommendations from the Independent Market Monitor’s State of the Market report, putting on hold a recommendation regarding transmission planning.
MISO’s Independent Market Monitor suggests demand response offer floors and attestations of expected levels of energy consumption in the wake of a steel mill’s gaming of the demand response market.
In keeping with its winter estimates from previous years, MISO said it could run into trouble in January should it experience high load or high outages.
MISO expounded on why its late August maximum generation emergency wasn’t met with prices dictated by its emergency offer floors.
MISO IMM David Patton appeared before the Market Subcommittee to again criticize the future resource mix assumptions MISO is using to craft a second long-range transmission plan.
MISO’s Independent Market Monitor reported that the RTO’s financial transmission rights market came up short by more than $60 million this spring.
MISO says it’s leaning toward a simplified method to handle the market participation of combination battery storage and renewable energy resources.
MISO continues to defend its decision to export gigawatts of power to its neighbors during the expansive, late December winter storm.
MISO said a spring under typical demand and generation outages shouldn’t prove much trouble.
MISO said it “largely agrees” with the five new market recommendations issued by its Independent Market Monitor this year.
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