FERC approved a CAISO plan meant to allow co-located resources to connect to the grid more quickly and seamlessly in the coming months.
NYISO is nearing a vote on market participation rules for hybrid storage and generation resources, with plans to submit the proposal in 2021.
RTOs will need uniform interconnection processes if hybrid and co-located resources are to provide flexible, cost-effective service, panelists in a FERC conference said.
The CAISO Board of Governors adopted the first of two proposals intended to allow co-located and hybrid resources to connect to the grid more seamlessly.
CAISO presented the Western Energy Imbalance Market’s Governing Body its plan for accommodating hybrid generation and storage resources.
ISO-NE presented the NEPOOL Reliability Committee with a proposal to improve how it measures the impact of passive demand resources participating in its capacity auctions.
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