Other NYISO Committees
NYISO members approved new rules for ambient line ratings and HVDC lines.
Stakeholders are concerned over NYISO’s proposed seven-day decision window and cash deposit requirements for interconnection applicants.
Demand response providers in NYISO are concerned that proposed market rule changes will harm the economics of special case resources.
NYISO said a market software problem identified this year in the day-ahead and real-time ancillary services markets had a negligible financial impact and did not result in any market manipulation.
NYISO will ask FERC to eliminate certain interconnection study processes and give queued projects more flexibility to proceed.
NYISO at the inaugural IITF meeting presented a new proposal to reform its interconnection queue processes while complying with directives set out in FERC Order 2023.
NYISO could tighten its security and information protection requirements, according to a presentation given to stakeholders at the TPAS/ESPWG meeting.
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 said it plans to file a motion with FERC for an extension on the compliance deadline for Order 2023, according to a presentation given to stakeholders.
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.
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