energy security improvements (ESI)
ISO-NE is targeting 2025 for the launch of its Day-Ahead Ancillary Services Initiative, to ensure reliable next‐day operating plans with increasing renewables.
ISO-NE continued to elaborate its proposed methods for de-rating gas resources in the winter, when there may be challenges getting fuel.
ISO-NE laid out the scope and timing of a project to incorporate ancillary services in the day-ahead energy market for the NEPOOL Markets Committee.
Tensions between New England states and ISO-NE came to a head last year when five governors issued a joint statement calling for reforms to the RTO.
ISO-NE asked FERC if it could seek its direction to improve its fuel security after the commission rejected the RTO’s ESI market design.
The NEPOOL Participants Committee acted on consent agenda items and discussed ISO-NE's "vision for the future" and winter readiness.
FERC rejected ISO-NE’s proposed Energy Security Improvements, saying it would add substantial costs “without meaningfully improving fuel security.”
The Markets Committee heard an update on ISO-NE’s next Order 841 compliance filing and its proposal to sunset the Forward Reserve Market.
The NEPOOL Markets Committee held a three-day meeting, with much of the time devoted to revising parameters for Forward Capacity Auction 16.
The NEPOOL Markets Committee devoted the bulk of its meeting to debating changes to inputs and assumptions that will govern FCA 16 in February 2022.
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