ERCOT Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
ERCOT stakeholders and staff tabled a protocol revision request implementing a new ancillary service that faces a tight statutory timeline.
ERCOT staff said it faces a tight timeline to add a new ancillary service by Dec. 1, 2024, as required by the recent Texas legislative session.
ERCOT stakeholders have endorsed a protocol change requiring resources to file exceptional fuel costs that include contractual and pipeline-mandated costs.
ERCOT stakeholders have thrown their support behind staff’s recommended changes to the ORDC that will serve as a bridge to regulators' proposed market design.
ERCOT is looking at a revised operating reserve demand curve and additional ancillary services to bridge the proposed performance credit mechanism.
ERCOT staff briefed the Technical Advisory Committee on its recommended bridging solution options for the Texas PUC’s preferred market redesign.
ERCOT is analyzing information from generators that were forced offline during the December winter storm to better understand why thermal outages were an issue.
ERCOT’s board has stripped away its corporate members’ right to vote on future changes to the bylaws, rejecting stakeholders’ alternative recommendation.
ERCOT’s Technical Advisory Committee is discussing proposed revisions to its membership qualifications and ways to accelerate the revision request process.
Stakeholders and staff are continuing to drive to consensus over ERCOT's methodology for approving and denying planned generation maintenance outages.
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