June 24, 2024


ISO-NE Order 841 Rehearing Request Denied
FERC rejected ISO-NE’s request to rehear its decision requiring the RTO to revise its energy storage rules to account for a resource’s state of charge in the day-ahead market.
ISO-NE Energy Security Plan Looms Large in 2020
ISO-NE kicks off 2020 with a key deadline looming to file its Energy Security Improvements program to address winter fuel security concerns.
NEPOOL Transmission Committee Briefs: Dec. 17, 2019
NEPOOL focused on how to apply transmission charges to a storage resource when it is charging for later resale and not providing a service.
NEPOOL Markets Committee Briefs: Dec. 10-11, 2019
The New England Power Pool Markets Committee continued its crammed schedule to complete ISO-NE's Energy Security Improvements proposal.
NEPOOL Participants Committee Briefs: Dec. 6, 2019
ISO-NE CEO Gordon van Welie briefed the NEPOOL Participants Committee on the RTO’s efforts to integrate state carbon policies into its markets.
Storage Plans Clear FERC with Conditions
FERC found that CAISO, ISO-NE and MISO had largely complied with Order 841, but it ordered changes to some of the grid operators’ proposed tariff revisions.
NEPOOL Participants Committee Briefs: May 3, 2019
The NEPOOL Participants Committee retroactively approved ISO-NE Tariff revisions to address concerns with FERC's Order 841 on energy storage.
FERC Asks RTOs for more Details on Storage Rules
FERC issued deficiency letters to all six jurisdictional RTOs and ISOs over their proposed energy storage rules, pressing for definitions, tariff citations and other details.
FERC Accepts ISO-NE Storage Tariff Revisions
FERC accepted rule changes broadening energy storage resources’ ability to provide capacity, energy, and ancillary services in ISO-NE’s markets.
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RTOs/ISOs File FERC Order 841 Compliance Plans
RTOs and ISOs filed tariff revisions to provide energy storage resources more opportunities to participate in markets in compliance with FERC Order 841.

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