MISO Reliability Subcommittee (RSC)
MISO expounded on why its late August maximum generation emergency wasn’t met with prices dictated by its emergency offer floors.
MISO’s stakeholder committee chairs resuscitated a stakeholder group dedicated to emergency preparedness and system restoration training.
With winter largely behind it, MISO staff last week told stakeholders that winter fuel security surveys are to become an annual fixture.
MISO has proposed prohibiting some resources from using an emergency commitment status in its markets in order to have wider access to its committed capacity.
MISO will use its electric storage resource participation model as the basis for DER aggregation participation, scrapping an earlier plan.
MISO staff have characterized LMR use as accessing the capacity that members make available to them, de-emphasizing emergency protocols.
MISO staff said the footprint is in for more extreme ramping events after a late April drop in wind output.
MISO has developed a rough idea of how it might manage dynamic transmission line ratings should FERC begin to require them.
MISO is still collecting data and reviewing the actions it took during a massive cold spell that gripped most of the U.S. in mid-February.
A briefing by MISO staff on the record uplift in the RTO’s energy market caused by Hurricane Laura left stakeholders with more questions than answers.
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