ISO-NE’s winter wholesale market costs totaled $2.33 billion, a 31% increase from the previous winter driven by higher energy costs.
ISO-NE asked FERC to terminate the capacity supply obligation of the Invenergy Clear River Energy Center Unit 1 combined cycle plant in Burrillville, R.I.
The installed capacity requirement ISO-NE filed with FERC shows a continuing trend of declining load growth and a greater reliance on behind-the-meter solar.
FERC rejected requests for rehearing of its order accepting the results of the ISO-NE 10th Forward Capacity Auction.
ISO-NE CEO Gordon van Welie last week again defended the RTO’s capacity auctions to congressmen who say market practices have led to inflated electricity rates for New England ratepayers.
NEPOOL joined ISO-NE in asking FERC to reject a request by generators to force the RTO to develop a zonal sloped demand curve design for FCA 10 in February.
NEPGA says ISO-NE should adhere to a planned change to a sloped demand curve in the next Forward Capacity Auction.
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