buyer-side mitigation (BSM)
NYISO’s Management Committee received an update from FERC on the commission’s recent areas of interest.
FERC on Thursday accepted NYISO’s proposal to implement its revised buyer-side market power mitigation rules for the current class year.
FERC accepted revisions to NYISO’s buyer-side market power mitigation measures designed to prioritize evaluating New York state-subsidized resources.
Merchant generators joined ISO-NE’s Internal Market Monitor in warning that the RTO’s proposal to eliminate MOPR will suppress prices.
The NYISO Business Issues Committee voted to recommend that the Management Committee approve changes to certain rules and market procedures.
Stakeholders at NYISO's ICAP Market Issues Working Group discussed methods used to measure consumer impacts caused by changes to buyer-side mitigation rules.
Stakeholders last week discussed NYISO’s comprehensive mitigation review and presentations on related consumer and market impacts.
NYISO presented stakeholders a comprehensive mitigation review and made available the final draft of a study on related market impacts.
NYISO on Thursday presented stakeholders an updated proposal to revise its buyer-side mitigation rules.
NYISO unveiled a draft study plan to model possible capacity market outcomes resulting from revisions to the ISO's buyer-side mitigation rules.
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