June 17, 2024

co-located storage resource (CSR)

Siena College
NYISO Management Committee Briefs: March 27, 2024
The NYISO Management Committee approved tariff revisions for co-located storage resources and capacity accreditation models, reviewed annual satisfaction survey results, and received updates on board compensation and Order 2023.
Analysis Group
NYISO Business Issues Committee Briefs: March 13, 2024
The NYISO Business Issues Committee approved proposed tariff changes to allow energy storage resources co-located with a dispatchable generator behind a single point of interjection to participate in the markets.
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Connecticut Issues Storage RFI Aimed at Vehicle Electrification
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection issued a request for information regarding energy storage for diesel vehicles.
NYISO Capacity Accreditation Implementation Worries Stakeholders
NYISO stakeholders expressed reluctance to approve the ISO’s proposed implementation of its new capacity accreditation construct.
EDF Renewables
NY Contracts More Than 2 GW in Solar and Storage Projects
Gov. Kathy Hochul announced awards for 22 solar and energy storage projects totaling 2,078 MW, NY’s largest land-based renewable energy procurement to date.
NYISO Updates Grid in Transition Work and Plan for 2022
NYISO presented stakeholders with updates on its Grid in Transition initiative and a 2022 Master Plan for managing the changes to market rules.
Analysis Group
NYISO Business Issues Committee Briefs: Nov. 9, 2021
The NYISO Business Issues Committee voted to recommend that the Management Committee approve changes to certain rules and market procedures.
NY State
NYISO to Resume In-person Meetings Nov. 17
NYISO plans to bring most employees back to the headquarters building Nov. 1st and resume holding in-person stakeholder meetings on Nov. 17.
NYISO Business Issues Committee Briefs: Sept. 14, 2021
The NYISO BIC recommended approval of tariff revisions to exempt solar generators no larger than 20 MW from meteorological data collection.
FERC Approves NYISO Co-located Storage Model
FERC accepted NYISO’s co-located storage model to pair batteries with wind or solar at a shared point of injection.

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