distributed energy resources (DER)
FERC accepted ISO-NE’s third compliance filing for Order 2222, ruling that the RTO’s proposal does not pose prohibitive barriers to market participation for distributed energy resource aggregations.
Demand response providers in NYISO are concerned that proposed market rule changes will harm the economics of special case resources.
Itron's 2023 Resourcefulness Insight Report examines the U.S. energy transition from the perspective of 250 U.S. utility executives and 10 public utility commissioners.
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.
FERC agreed to delay the implementation date in the forward capacity market while clarifying that host utilities are not excluded from the flow of metering information to the RTO.
The new toolkit helps state energy officials and utility commissions build programs for cybersecurity in distributed solar resources.
The Organization of MISO States’ sixth annual survey on amounts of distributed energy resources in MISO tracked a nearly 1 GW rise in residential DERs year over year.
The RTSC approved a whitepaper looking into the effects of distributed energy resources and their aggregations on the bulk power system.
Installed small-scale solar capacity increased by an estimated 6.4 GW in 2022 — a record amount, even amid supply chain constraints and rising costs.
A Wood Mackenzie and CPower report highlights the importance of demand response and distributed energy resources in ensuring grid reliability.
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