April 21, 2024

FCA 19

NEPOOL PC Supports Additional Delay of FCA 19
The NEPOOL Participants Committee voted to support an additional two-year delay of FCA 19 to buy time for the RTO to develop and implement resource capacity accreditation changes and shift the overall timeline of capacity auctions.
NEPOOL Markets Committee Briefs: March 13, 2024
ISO-NE presented the NEPOOL Markets Committee with additional results of the impact analysis for the RTO’s resource capacity accreditation project, which looked at how changes to the resource mix would affect the seasonal distribution of shortfall risks.
NEPOOL MC Backs Further Forward Capacity Auction Delay
The NEPOOL Markets Committee approved an additional two-year delay of ISO-NE’s Forward Capacity Auction 19 to develop and implement a new seasonal capacity auction.
NEPOOL Markets Committee Briefs: Feb. 6, 2024
ISO-NE presented the NEPOOL Markets Committee with the initial results of the RTO’s Resource Capacity Accreditation.
Analysis Group
ISO-NE Moving Forward with Prompt, Seasonal Capacity Market Design
ISO-NE told the NEPOOL Markets Committee that it is proposing a major redesign to its capacity market, moving from a three-years-ahead schedule to a prompt and seasonal design.
Analysis Group
NEPOOL Markets Committee Briefs: Jan. 11, 2024
Analysis Group presented its final report on converting ISO-NE's Forward Capacity Market to a prompt, seasonal construct.
FERC Approves ISO-NE’s One-Year Delay of FCA 19
FERC has approved ISO-NE’s proposal to delay Forward Capacity Auction 19 by one year, pushing the auction to February 2026.
ISO-NE Gives Update on Order 2023 Transition
ISO-NE outlined how FERC’s time extension for Order 2023 compliance will impact its proposal at a meeting of the NEPOOL Transmission Committee.
NEPOOL Votes to Delay FCA 19
NEPOOL members voted to delay FCA 19 by one year, seeking time to revise its capacity accreditation rules and consider a prompt or seasonal market.
ISO-NE Details FCA 19 Domino Effect
Some clean energy stakeholders have expressed concerns about the impacts that delaying ISO-NE's FCA 19 would have on new resources looking to secure capacity rights in the auction.  

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