Electric Power Supply Association (EPSA)
The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld FERC's 2021 approval of PJM's tightened minimum offer price rule, which removed a requirement that resources receiving state subsidies be mitigated to their cost-based offer.
The Electric Power Supply Association has released a set of policy principles it hopes will inform legislators and regulators as they work to evolve the grid to cleaner supplies and greater demand from electrification.
In their final report on Winter Storm Elliott, FERC and NERC said congressional action on natural gas reliability is needed.
FERC approved a raft of CAISO tariff changes intended to ease temporary restrictions on wheeling power through the ISO’s grid under emergency conditions.
The court reaffirmed FERC's order eliminating the default offer cap, denying generators' claims that the changes to PJM's market seller offer cap deprived them of the ability to set their own rates.
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EPA received comments on its proposal to regulate greenhouse gases from power plants, with some, including ISO/RTOs, arguing the proposal needed major improvements to preserve reliability.
FERC said petitioners' call to overturn its approval of EOP-012-1 was outside the scope of the proceeding.
PJM officials and stakeholders told FERC they oppose abandoning the RTO’s capacity market but disagree over the degree to which it needs to be changed.
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FERC said last week that “by operation of law” it would not reconsider its approval of one of NERC’s new cold weather reliability standards.
Two competitive electricity organizations have protested FERC’s show-cause order to MISO that will ultimately downsize resources’ capacity accreditation values.
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