co-located storage resource (CSR)
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection issued a request for information regarding energy storage for diesel vehicles.
NYISO stakeholders expressed reluctance to approve the ISO’s proposed implementation of its new capacity accreditation construct.
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 presented stakeholders with updates on its Grid in Transition initiative and a 2022 Master Plan for managing the changes to market rules.
The NYISO Business Issues Committee voted to recommend that the Management Committee approve changes to certain rules and market procedures.
NYISO plans to bring most employees back to the headquarters building Nov. 1st and resume holding in-person stakeholder meetings on Nov. 17.
FERC accepted NYISO’s co-located storage model to pair batteries with wind or solar at a shared point of injection.
NYISO kicked off an effort to create a market participation model for hybrid storage aggregation resources.
FERC approved a CAISO plan meant to allow co-located resources to connect to the grid more quickly and seamlessly in the coming months.
The CAISO board praised the work of retiring colleague David Olsen and adopted the second phase of its hybrid resource plan.
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