Saturday, March 23, 2019

Capacity Market News

FERC Approves MISO Pseudo-tie Proposal

FERC approved Tariff revisions intended to relieve costs for MISO resources pseudo-tying into PJM despite criticism that the changes don’t go far enough in easing their financial burdens. | © RTO Insider

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RTO Insider Reporter Admitted to NEPOOL

The New England Power Pool voted to admit RTO Insider correspondent Michael Kuser as an End User member under strict rules that prevent him from reporting publicly on what he hears in meetings. | Google

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Pa. Lawmakers Unveil $500M Nuke Subsidy Bill

With two months to go before Exelon says it will pull the plug on Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania lawmakers unveiled legislation to spend $500 million annually to subsidize the state’s nuclear fleet. | Facebook

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Showdown Set on PJM Must-offer Exceptions

The PJM Market Implementation Committee set up a showdown over whether the RTO can force capacity resources into energy-only status for failing to meet Capacity Performance requirements. | © RTO Insider

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MISO, Stakeholders Debate Merits of Seasonal Auction

MISO revived the idea of implementing a seasonal capacity auction as part of its multipronged resource availability and need initiative but promised to gather more data on resource flexibility before defining long-term solutions. | © RTO Insider

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MISO LMR Capacity Rules Get FERC Approval

FERC on Tuesday approved a MISO proposal requiring owners of load-modifying resources to provide firmer and more clearly documented commitments regarding their availability before participating in the RTO’s capacity market. | MISO

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