SPP Markets and Operations Policy Committee
SPP stakeholders approved two revision requests that set resource adequacy policies, but not before rejecting a compromise position offered by two stakeholder groups.
SPP stakeholders endorsed a tariff revision request that adds a winter resource adequacy requirement for load-responsible entities bound by the grid operator’s recent planning reserve margin increase.
SPP staff and stakeholders spent much of last week’s virtual Markets and Operations Policy Committee meeting discussing resource adequacy.
SPP’s MOPC approved two revision requests related to resource adequacy requirements that members had set aside during its meeting earlier this month.
SPP and MISO plan to apply for grants from the Department of Energy to help fund five transmission projects recently identified in their JTIQ work.
SPP staff are finalizing a mitigation strategy for load-responsible entities unable to meet the grid operator’s new 15% planning reserve margin.
SPP members approved a revision request that will allow staff to complete an energy management system upgrade in a timely fashion and reduce project costs.
SPP is pushing a hybrid approach to its congestion-hedging process by first equitably allocating congestion rights and then increasing the pool of awards.
SPP’s board gave its state regulators the go-ahead to file a tariff change allowing LREs to receive exemptions for not meeting their PRM obligation.
SPP staff have chosen a hybrid approach to improve its transmission and congestion-hedging markets, focusing on equitably allocating congestion rights first.
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