July 15, 2024

Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners

ISO-NE: RCA Changes to Increase Capacity Market Revenues by 11%
ISO-NE’s proposed resource capacity accreditation updates would result in an estimated 11% increase in capacity market revenues, the RTO told the NEPOOL Markets Committee.
State of Massachusetts
NEPOOL Splits with ISO-NE over Pumped Storage Eligibility for IEP
ISO-NE will not incorporate an amendment approved by the NEPOOL Participants Committee to include pumped storage resources in its Inventoried Energy Program.
A Nuclear Renaissance in the Making?
The Atlantic Council, working with the U.S. Nuclear Industry Council, webcast an 8-hour live program featuring more than 30 speakers in a half-dozen panels.
Mystic Cost Worries Highlight NEPOOL PC Meeting
A group of New England suppliers is raising worries about the costs of the cost-of-service agreement between ISO-NE and the Mystic Generating Station.
LS Power
PJM, Monitor Debate Black Start Fuel Requirements Proposals
PJM and its Monitor sparred at two different committee meetings as they tried to win stakeholder support for their proposals on black start resources.
Members Near Vote Over PJM, IMM Black Start Fuel Requirements
Capping four years of discussions and analysis, PJM held a first read of competing fuel assurance rule changes for black start resources from PJM and the IMM.
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Overheard at IPPNY 2022 Spring Conference
Lawmakers, regulators, agency administrators and power producers explored the clean energy transformation in New York at IPPNY's 36th annual Spring Conference.
FERC Orders More Refunds from 2020 Western Heat Wave
FERC continued to tell utilities to refund premiums they earned on top of extraordinarily high prices in August 2020 during a heat wave.
FERC Approves Talen Energy’s Revised Mitigation Plan
FERC granted Talen Energy’s request to sell four generators totaling 1,351 MW to satisfy divestiture conditions.
Talen Energy to Sell 3 Pa. Generators for $1.5 Billion
Talen Energy announced the sale of three Pennsylvania power plants for $1.51 billion to help satisfy regulators’ demands to divest assets in PJM.

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