December 3, 2023

energy security improvements (ESI)

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ISO-NE Plans 2025 Launch for Day-Ahead Ancillary Services Initiative
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.
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ISO-NE Outlines More of Plans for Capacity Accreditation, DA Ancillary Services
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 Preparing to Move Forward on Day-ahead Ancillary Services
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.
States Ring in New Year with ISO-NE Reform Wish List
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 to FERC on Fuel Security: What Now?
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.
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NEPOOL Participants Committee Briefs: Nov. 5, 2020
The NEPOOL Participants Committee acted on consent agenda items and discussed ISO-NE's "vision for the future" and winter readiness.
FERC Rejects ESI Proposal from ISO-NE
FERC rejected ISO-NE’s proposed Energy Security Improvements, saying it would add substantial costs “without meaningfully improving fuel security.”
NEPOOL Markets Committee Briefs: Sept. 8, 2020
The Markets Committee heard an update on ISO-NE’s next Order 841 compliance filing and its proposal to sunset the Forward Reserve Market.
NEPOOL Markets Committee Briefs: Aug. 11-13, 2020
The NEPOOL Markets Committee held a three-day meeting, with much of the time devoted to revising parameters for Forward Capacity Auction 16.
NEPOOL Markets Committee Briefs: July 14-15, 2020
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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