FERC defended its CASPR order, which permitted ISO-NE to create a 2-stage capacity auction to accommodate state renewable energy procurements
Despite a few bumps, scrapes and scares throughout the year, ISO-NE delivered on time by dispatching key market initiatives.
A three-judge panel of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals questioned FERC over its approval of ISO-NE’s renewable exemption from the MOPR.
FERC approved ISO-NE’s two-stage capacity auction to accommodate state renewable energy procurements.
ISO-NE defended its proposed two-stage capacity auction, responding to criticism by its External Market Monitor and others.
Stakeholders have responded to ISO-NE’s filing of a proposed two-stage capacity auction with a flurry of comments to FERC.
New England state regulators ended up split over the ISO-NE CASPR proposal — yet seemingly united in their dismay over the RTO’s stakeholder process.
ISO-NE asked for FERC approval of its two-stage capacity auction following months of negotiations that left the RTO’s stakeholders split.
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