New England’s total wholesale costs of electricity last year fell 19% to $9.8 billion, according to the ISO-NE Market Monitor’s 2019 Annual Markets Report.
At the NEPOOL Reliability Committee, stakeholders pushed back on ISO-NE’s draft assumptions on improving system fuel security.
FERC's Neil Chatterjee and Bernard McNamee reversed the commission’s order correcting a key calculation in evaluating ISO-NE’s capacity delist bids.
FERC approved ISO-NE’s November 2019 filing of information related to qualification of resources to participate in Forward Capacity Auction 14.
FERC denied CPower’s two waiver requests to allow its seven summer-only distributed solar demand capacity resources to participate in ISO-NE’s FCA 14.
ISO-NE's 2020 Forward Capacity Auction cleared at a record low of $2/kW-month, a nearly 50% drop from the $3.80/kW-month in 2019.
ISO-NE will apply different deposit rules on new capacity resources for Forward Capacity Auction 14 under a proposal approved by FERC.
The NEPOOL Reliability Committee voted to recommend or approve several transmission projects, generation facilities and ISO-NE governing document revisions.
The NEPOOL Participants Committee approved ISO-NE’s proposed installed capacity requirement calculations for Forward Capacity Auction 14.
The NEPOOL Reliability Committee reversed its September rejection of ISO-NE’s proposed installed capacity requirement calculations for FCA 14.
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