Saturday, March 23, 2019

Generator Operations 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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MISO Details Fast-track Queue Options

MISO confirmed that it will work with stakeholders to develop a fast-track option in its interconnection queue to accelerate the process for projects that can demonstrate readiness for development. | © 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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SPP Briefs: Week of March 4, 2019

SPP celebrated the fifth anniversary of its wholesale market by noting it had produced the nation’s lowest electricity costs, saving market participants $2.7 billion, and exceeded initial projections for annual net savings. | FERC

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NEPOOL Debates Winter Energy Security Moves

New England Power Pool stakeholders are this week discussing potential changes to ISO-NE wholesale energy markets that would include interim generator compensation to improve winter fuel security and the introduction of a multi-day-ahead market. | Entergy

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Overheard at GCPA MISO South Regional Conference

MISO CEO John Bear opened GCPA’s MISO South Regional Conference with a recap of the RTO’s strategic initiatives and the five “500-year” storms he said the region has experienced in less than four years. | © RTO Insider

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