ISO-NE presented the final stage of its Operational Impact of Extreme Weather Events study to stakeholders at the NEPOOL Reliability Committee on Nov. 14.
NYISO did not identify any new near-term reliability issues in its third-quarter STAR, but it does anticipate significant load increases in western and central New York that could warrant more attention.
MISO and the Organization of MISO States’ resource adequacy survey warned that a more than 9-GW shortfall could loom by the decade’s end, though it painted an adequate supply picture for the upcoming year.
MISO’s attempt to justify a new resource accreditation process gave way to heated debate over how to best alleviate the footprint’s reliability challenges.
The resignation of CEO Sophie Brochu sent a shockwave through the Canadian energy sector that could reverberate into New England.
Two former FERC chairmen are pessimistic that MISO will be able to reign in shortages or high capacity prices anytime soon.
FERC rejected the Coalition of MISO Transmission Customers’ proposal to allow some load to exit the the RTO system penalty-free.
MISO's Regional Resource Assessment found there will be a persistent risk of capacity shortfalls as fossil plants retire and more renewables come online.
MISO responded to criticism from Illinois lawmakers that it isn’t doing enough to bring renewables in its queue online to solve its capacity deficiency.
MISO’s board approved an 18-project, $10.3 billion long-range transmission plan even as critics faulted the RTO for not moving faster to connect renewables.
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