July 19, 2024

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PJM MRC/MC Briefs: June 18, 2020
Stakeholders unanimously endorsed the charter for the new PJM Emerging Technologies Forum at the Markets and Reliability Committee meeting.
PJM MRC Briefs: April 30, 2020
The PJM MRC deferred a vote on an issue charge to consider rule changes for hybrid resources after members questioned the plan to assign it to a new senior task force.
ERCOT Technical Advisory Committee Briefs: April 1, 2020
In its first report since the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic forced most Texans to stay at home, ERCOT has seen a weekly 2% reduction in energy usage.
PJM Members OK Tighter Credit Rules
Stakeholders on Thursday overwhelmingly approved an overhaul of PJM’s rules for managing the credit risks of market participants.
Energy Trading Institute
RTO Council Balks at Credit Rulemaking
The ISO/RTO Council asked FERC to reject financial traders’ request to update RTO credit policies, saying it would upset stakeholder proceedings.
NYISO Management Committee Briefs: Oct. 30, 2019
NYISO CEO Rich Dewey told the Management Committee the ISO will delay deployment of new energy and business management systems, missing the deadline.
PG&E Could Still Reject PPAs, Analysts Say
Analysts at a renewable energy conference warned that PG&E could still reject its renewable power purchase agreements in bankruptcy.
PG&E Meltdown Could Cost CAISO Members, Generators
CAISO participants and companies that do business with Pacific Gas and Electric could end up paying a hefty price for the utility’s financial collapse.
PG&E Stock Plunges, Credit Downgraded to ‘Junk’ Status
PG&E’s stock price sank lower Monday and Tuesday, dropping by more than 30% due to fears the company could go bankrupt or be broken up by the state.
Analysts Provide Insight into Wall Street Perspective at MACRUC
Financial analysts at MACRUC peeled back the curtain on elements of their decision-making that can sometimes infuriate executives and state officials.

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