Competitive Auctions with Sponsored Policy Resources (CASPR)
Merchant generators joined ISO-NE’s Internal Market Monitor in warning that the RTO’s proposal to eliminate MOPR will suppress prices.
ISO-NE plans to discontinue feedback on three stakeholder proposals as part of discussions on eliminating the minimum offer price rule, the RTO told NEPOOL.
ISO-NE and NEPOOL kicked off a two-day meeting with a session strictly devoted to discussing removing the MOPR from the capacity market.
A panel during the quarterly meeting of ISO-NE's Consumer Liaison Group discussed the removal of the minimum offer price rule.
A FERC technical conference brought together a group of New England regulators, ISO-NE executives and the chair of the NEPOOL Participants Committee.
PJM’s minimum offer price rule is living on borrowed time if the comments at FERC’s technical conference on capacity markets are any guide.
Tensions between New England states and ISO-NE came to a head last year when five governors issued a joint statement calling for reforms to the RTO.
Panelists at Raab's 168th New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable discussed the implications of the recent elections and ISO-NE's capacity market.
FERC defended its CASPR order, which permitted ISO-NE to create a 2-stage capacity auction to accommodate state renewable energy procurements
New England stakeholders considered if a forward clean energy market would help state meet their clean energy goals within ISO-NE’s markets.
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