NYISO stakeholders will vote July 26 on whether a new study should be conducted to evaluate the cost allocation between transmission withdrawals and injections.
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NYISO’s Business Issues Committee recommended that the Management Committee votes to recommend approval of the draft Long Island PPTN report.
FERC partially accepted NYISO’s second compliance filing for Order 2222, directing the ISO to submit another within 30 days to correct inconsistencies.
FERC approved NYISO’s request for up to 3 more years to implement tariff revisions that will allow DERs in aggregations to provide all their ancillary services.
FERC clarified its June orders on CAISO and NYISO Order 2222 compliance filings while rejecting rehearing requests by consumer and environmental groups.
NYISO filed a request with FERC for a 90-day extension of the Aug. 16 compliance deadline for Order 2222 and a separate request regarding operating reserves.
FERC accepted NYISO's Order 2222 compliance filing but directed the ISO to file revisions related to small utility opt-in requirements and other provisions.
With a filing due Nov. 19, NYISO presented stakeholders its draft responses to FERC’s data request regarding its Order 2222 compliance.
Advanced Energy Economy on Tuesday hosted a panel of industry experts and regulators who evaluated the progress of RTOs/ISOs toward Order 2222 compliance.
FERC gave CAISO and NYISO 30 days to explain some details of the treatment of DER aggregations described in their Order 2222 compliance filings.
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