FERC’s delayed response to ISO-NE means that distributed energy resources won’t have a new way to participate in the grid operator’s next capacity auction.
ISO-NE is finalizing changes to its economic study process as it works through the NEPOOL stakeholder gauntlet.
NRDC argued that ISO-NE’s preferred method of measuring marginal reliability impact risks under-valuing some components of clean energy resources.
Order 2222 filings have been contentious in every region, including New England.
The NEPOOL Markets Committee approved ISO-NE’s proposed compliance filing to implement FERC Order 2222.
ISO-NE plans to discontinue feedback on three stakeholder proposals as part of discussions on eliminating the minimum offer price rule, the RTO told NEPOOL.
Panelists at a recent NECA webinar discussed the highs and lows of working to refine offer review trigger prices for offshore wind and storage resources.
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