NYISO Management Committee
NYISO stakeholders gave final approval to rules for "internal controllable lines" and revisions to day-ahead market congestion settlement procedures.
Demand response providers in NYISO are concerned that proposed market rule changes will harm the economics of special case resources.
NYISO’s budget would increase 2.5% next year but the rate schedule charge will increase 5.6% because of a forecasted drop in throughput.
CEO Rich Dewey told stakeholders at an ISO Management Committee meeting that he recommended Nelson to the Board of Directors, which approved the promotion.
NYISO at the BPWG on Wednesday released its final proposed budget for projects prioritized for next year, which increased more than 30% from last year and totaled $41.62 million.
NYISO's Management Committee voted to not conduct another cost-of-service study to update rate schedule 1 allocations, while CEO Rich Dewey announced the ISO would search for a replacement for Ave M. Bie.
NYISO stakeholders will vote July 26 on whether a new study should be conducted to evaluate the cost allocation between transmission withdrawals and injections.
NYSO won "exceptional" grades from its customers in 2022, Siena College Research Institute told the Management Committee.
CEO Rich Dewey said NYISO is focused on transitioning the state’s grid from high-polluting resources to renewables without compromising reliability.
The MC approved NYISO’s proposed tariff revisions related to the expiration and transfer of capacity resource interconnection service.
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