MISO Regulatory Organizations & Committees
OMS took time to celebrate its 20-year anniversary at its annual meeting while exploring familiar themes of restructuring resource adequacy and barriers to large transmission buildout.
MISO and the Organization of MISO States’ resource adequacy survey warned that a more than 9-GW shortfall could loom by the decade’s end, though it painted an adequate supply picture for the upcoming year.
MISO South regulators publicly opposed a postage stamp cost allocation design, potentially setting the stage for a showdown as MISO prepares for a third long-range transmission portfolio.
MISO players weighed the RTO’s recent moves to fortify resource adequacy, including seasonal capacity, accreditation approaches a downward-sloping demand curve.
The Organization of MISO States has publicly announced that using a downward-sloping demand curve in MISO’s capacity auction could be a good idea.
Arkansas Commissioner Ted Thomas says his recent decision to step down from the state’s regulatory body is simply a matter of making room for his successor.
A working group inventorying rate pancaking issues on the MISO-SPP seams have developed a strawman with four recommendations to improve transmission service.
MISO’s board of directors gathering covered concern over slipping capacity reserves as heat blistered the footprint and forced emergency preparations.
MISO and the Organization of MISO States’ 2022 resource adequacy survey again sounded the supply alarm rung from the 2022/23 capacity auction results.
The Organization of MISO States is preparing a letter to MISO leadership to stress resource adequacy work following the last month’s capacity auction.
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