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July 15, 2024

Demand Response (DR)

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MISO Subcommittee to Act on Bad Actor Demand Response
MISO’s Market Subcommittee will assist MISO in drafting tariff requirements to discourage market participants from committing fraud in MISO’s demand response market.
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PJM MIC Briefs: June 5, 2024
PJM’s Market Implementation Committee endorsed by acclamation a proposal to add two energy market parameters for economic demand response.
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PJM MRC Briefs: May 22, 2024

The PJM MRC endorsed a proposal to revise how capacity obligations for serving large load additions are calculated to limit capacity assignments to areas where the LLAs are forecast to actually interconnect.

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MISO Says Risk Driving It to LMR Reorganization, Stronger Requirements
Because of resource adequacy risks, MISO may need to place tougher requirements on load-modifying resources and devise new, nonemergency means to use load offsets that can't meet new standards.
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PJM MIC Briefs: May 1, 2024
The PJM Market Implementation Committee endorsed by acclamation a rewrite of Manual 18 to implement market redesigns drafted through the critical issue fast path process.
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IMM Tells MISO to Do More to Curb Fake DR Schemes
MISO’s Independent Market Monitor told the board the RTO must crack down on confirmations to prevent more phony demand response from infiltrating its markets.
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FERC Catches Ketchup Caddy Co. in Another Fake DR Scheme in MISO
FERC is poised to levy a total $27 million in penalties on a Texas-based LLC meant to sell in-car ketchup holders that collected more than $1 million in undeserved MISO demand response payments.
FERC
FERC Releases Latest Version of ISO/RTO Metrics Report
FERC released the latest iteration of its Common Metrics Report on ISO/RTO markets, which evaluates their performance and benefits.
NYISO
NYISO Stakeholders Balk at Proposed Day-Ahead Market for Demand Resources
NYISO stakeholders continued their criticism of the ISO’s effort to improve its demand response programs, saying it has inadequately addressed their concerns.
Potomac Economics
Providers See ‘Mixed Signals’ on Demand Response in NYISO
Demand response providers in NYISO are concerned that proposed market rule changes will harm the economics of special case resources.

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