NYISO petitioned the D.C. Circuit to review FERC’s rejection of the ISO’s proposal to exempt public policy resources from its buyer-side mitigation rules.
NYISO is pausing its Comprehensive Mitigation Review project until it receives further clarity from FERC, the ISO told stakeholders.
FERC declined to rehear its February order approving a NYISO proposal to apply buyer-side mitigation to energy storage resources.
Industry representatives, state officials, legal scholars and analysts attended the annual Independent Power Producers of New York Fall Conference.
FERC rejected NYISO’s proposal to support policy resources in clearing its capacity market, causing a dissent from Commissioner Richard Glick.
FERC approved NYISO’s revised buyer-side market power mitigation rules, prompting a scathing dissent from Commissioner Richard Glick.
Potomac Economics’ 2019 State of the Market Report for NYISO adds five recommendations while concluding the ISO’s markets “performed competitively” in 2019.
FERC partly accepted NYISO’s compliance filing on buyer-side market power mitigation rules, denying a waiver and rejecting the ISO’s arguments on Tariff language.
NYISO’s Management Committee saw graphic evidence of how the COVID-19 pandemic response is impacting power demand in New York.
Dominion asked FERC to reconsider its conclusion self-supply resources suppress PJM capacity prices, saying it is inconsistent with an exemption in NYISO.
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