June 24, 2024

Other NYISO Committees

NYISO to Request May 2 Effective Date for FERC Order 2023 Compliance
NYISO informed the Transmission Planning Advisory Subcommittee and Electric System Planning Working Group it intends to seek a May 2 effective date for Order 2023.
Analysis Group
NYISO Business Issues Committee Briefs: March 13, 2024
The NYISO Business Issues Committee approved proposed tariff changes to allow energy storage resources co-located with a dispatchable generator behind a single point of interjection to participate in the markets.
Constellation Energy Corp
Hydrogen Getting Resource-specific Rules in NYISO Markets
NYISO initiated steps toward integrating hydrogen into its market, aiming for technology-agnostic rules to foster clean energy innovation.
NYISO to Pause New Interconnection Requests for 3 Months in Order 2023 Transition
NYISO informed the Interconnection Issues Task Force of its intention to no longer accept interconnection requests for its transitional cluster study after April 4.
NYISO Finds No Need for New Capacity Zones
The ISO's New Capacity Zone study indicates that New York's six highway interfaces have sufficient transmission capacity, making establishment of new capacity zones unnecessary.
NYISO Stakeholders Balk at Proposed Day-Ahead Market for Demand Resources
NYISO stakeholders continued their criticism of the ISO’s effort to improve its demand response programs, saying it has inadequately addressed their concerns.
NYISO Stakeholders Advance Rules on Ambient Ratings, Internal Controllable Lines
NYISO members approved new rules for ambient line ratings and HVDC lines.
NYISO Stakeholders Question Proposed Interconnection Timelines, Deposit Rules
Stakeholders are concerned over NYISO’s proposed seven-day decision window and cash deposit requirements for interconnection applicants.
Potomac Economics
Providers See ‘Mixed Signals’ on Demand Response in NYISO
Demand response providers in NYISO are concerned that proposed market rule changes will harm the economics of special case resources.
NYISO: Costs of Mitigation Tool Bug Negligible

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.

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