NYISO Business Issues Committee
NYISO members approved new rules for ambient line ratings and HVDC lines.
NYISO secured Business Issues Committee approval of the ISO’s proposal to create separate capacity demand curves for summer and winter beginning with the 2025/2026 capability year.
NYISO's BIC meeting reported on the past month's operations, recommended the approval of tariff revisions related to capital rebalancing, and informed stakeholders about a shake-up in the market design team.
NYISO has identified a software issue that potentially constitutes a market problem and says it will confidentially investigate the impact.
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NYISO’s Business Issues Committee recommended that the Management Committee votes to recommend approval of the draft Long Island PPTN report.
NYISO's BIC voted to recommend that the Management Committee approve tariff revisions to its participation model for distributed energy resource aggregations.
NYISO's Business Issues Committee approved proposed tariff revisions to rules for capacity resource interconnection service (CRIS) expiration and transferring.
NYISO stakeholders expressed reluctance to approve the ISO’s proposed implementation of its new capacity accreditation construct.
New York TOs proposed tariff amendments that would clarify their ability to exercise a ROFR for public policy transmission network upgrade facility upgrades.
NYISO will have to add zero-emission generation and transmission at an unprecedented pace to meet New York's climate goals, according to a new study.
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