July 20, 2024

DER aggregation

FERC Approves NYISO’s 10-kW Minimum for DERs in Aggregations
FERC approved NYISO’s proposed tariff revisions that set rules for distributed energy resources seeking to participate in its markets, including a 10-kW minimum for individual resources to be included in an aggregation.
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MISO Offers 2-stage Plan for DER Aggregations in Markets
MISO hopes it can use a two-step approach to Order 2222 compliance, first using a demand response category in 2026, with full market participation of aggregations of distributed resources still on the RTO’s original 2030 timeline that FERC refused last year.
NYISO Defends 10-kW Minimum for DER Aggregation Participation
NYISO defended its proposal to set a 10-kW minimum requirement for distributed energy resources to participate in an aggregation. 
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MISO to Reformulate Parts of Order 2222 Filing with Stakeholder Input
MISO promised five months of more stakeholder discussion on its Order 2222 compliance plan before it attempts a second filing to take care of FERC's concerns.
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FERC: MISO’s 2030 Finish Date on Order 2222 Compliance not Soon Enough
FERC said MISO didn’t justify the need for an additional five-year gap between completion of its new market platform in 2024 and the first DER aggregation registrations in late 2029.
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Clean Energy Groups Protest NYISO DER Proposal
Advocates filed a protest with FERC arguing that NYISO’s proposal to facilitate market participation of DER aggregations discriminates against smaller aggregations
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Minnesota PUC Mulls Lifting Ban on Aggregated DR in Wholesale Markets
Minnesota regulators discuss whether it's time to lift a 13-year ban on aggregators of retail customers bidding demand response into wholesale markets.
NYISO: Software Upgrades for DER Participation to be Ready Next Month
NYISO responded to FERC's questions concerning its filing related to establishing DER aggregation in the ISO's markets.
FERC Seeks More Info on NYISO DER Aggregation Proposal
FERC asked NYISO to provide additional detail on its proposed tariff revisions for integrating DER aggregations into its markets, including a rationale for its 10-kW minimum.
NYISO Defends DER Aggregation Proposal, 10-kW Minimum
NYISO defended its call for a 10-kW minimum for DERs participating in aggregations, which regulators and clean energy groups protested in FERC filings.  

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