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June 21, 2024

NYISO

The New York Independent System Operator Inc., a not-for-profit regional transmission owner, is responsible for operating New York's bulk electrical grid, administering the state's wholesale electricity markets, maintaining grid stability, and ensuring the reliability and planning of the state's bulk energy system.
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NYISO: Prepared for Heat Dome Scorching New York
NYISO said it is prepared to meet demand during an extreme kind of heat wave called a heat dome that is already spiking temperatures to near 100 degrees Fahrenheit in western New York.
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NYISO Board/MC Briefs: June 11, 2024
Emily Chen, an analyst with FERC’s Office of Energy Market Regulation, gave a briefing on Orders 1920 and 1977 to members of the NYISO Management Committee during a joint meeting with the ISO’s Board of Directors. 
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Lithium-ion Batteries to Replace NYC Peaker Plant
A developer has committed to replacing a fossil-fired peaker plant with a lithium-ion battery system that will, for a while, be New York City's largest.
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Stakeholders Scold NYISO on Messaging Ahead of Summer
Stakeholders scolded NYISO for using the wrong figure in a press release on its summer capacity assessment, saying it suggested capacity margins would be tighter this summer than expected.
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NYPA Unveils Expanded Grid Simulation Lab
NYPA has expanded its AGILe Lab with extensive new digital twin capabilities, allowing it to model and test the impact of new technologies on the grid.
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NYISO Reports Adequate Capacity for Summer, but Heat Waves a Concern
NYISO sad it expects enough capacity to serve peak load this summer under normal conditions, but hotter-than-expected weather could lead it to resort to emergency procedures.
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NY Energy Storage Industry Seeks Faster Path Forward
The promise of doing well for both the environment and the economy and the obstacles to doing so were highlighted as the 2024 edition of New York’s energy storage industry conference opened.
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FERC Approves NYISO Request to Lower NYC Capacity Requirement
FERC granted NYISO’s waiver request to update its installed capacity requirement for New York City in the 2024/25 capability year, which began May 1. 
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FERC Approves NYISO’s 10-kW Minimum for DERs in Aggregations
FERC approved NYISO’s proposed tariff revisions that set rules for distributed energy resources seeking to participate in its markets, including a 10-kW minimum for individual resources to be included in an aggregation.
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NY Won’t Meet Renewable Target, Industry Says at Summit
Industry speakers at the 2024 New York Energy Summit told attendees the state has already missed its goal of 70% renewable energy by 2030 even as state officials maintained their optimism. 

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