New England wholesale market costs were significantly lower in the spring of 2023 compared to spring 2022 and 2021, the ISO-NE Internal Market Monitor told the Markets Committee.
FERC denied NTE's request for a stay of its order approving ISO-NE's termination of the capacity supply obligation for the company's Killingly plant.
FERC's Neil Chatterjee and Bernard McNamee reversed the commission’s order correcting a key calculation in evaluating ISO-NE’s capacity delist bids.
The results of ISO-NE’s Forward Capacity Auction 13 became effective “by operation of law” because FERC was unable to muster a quorum.
ISO-NE will not alter its energy efficiency performance standards outside the stakeholder process, FERC reassured stakeholders Tuesday.
ISO-NE CEO Gordon van Welie said his concerns about New England’s ability to keep the lights on continue to grow despite enacted market rule changes.
Two groups petitioned FERC for a declaratory order regarding ISO-NE’s possible attempt to impact the eligibility of energy efficiency capacity resources.
ISO-NE concluded Forward Capacity Auction 13, the 1st run under the CASPR rules, at the lowest clearing price in six years.
Vineyard Wind filed an emergency motion for FERC to stay ISO-NE’s 13th Forward Capacity Auction, claiming it “will suffer irreparable injury” if it is not afforded renewable technology resource status.
FERC approved ISO-NE’s plan to correct a key calculation in evaluating delist bids, a change that could reduce capacity prices.
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