FERC Order 2222
FERC accepted ISO-NE’s third compliance filing for Order 2222, ruling that the RTO’s proposal does not pose prohibitive barriers to market participation for distributed energy resource aggregations.
Midwestern parties need to act more urgently to open wholesale markets to DER aggregation, panelists said during a meeting of the Midwest chapter of the Energy Bar Association.
FERC said MISO didn’t justify the need for an additional five-year gap between completion of its new market platform in 2024 and the first DER aggregation registrations in late 2029.
Thermal energy storage powered by renewables could be a flexible, cost-effective way to decarbonize heavy industry in the U.S., according to a new report from the Renewable Thermal Collaborative and Center for Climate and Energy Solutions.
FERC agreed to delay the implementation date in the forward capacity market while clarifying that host utilities are not excluded from the flow of metering information to the RTO.
Advocates filed a protest with FERC arguing that NYISO’s proposal to facilitate market participation of DER aggregations discriminates against smaller aggregations
FERC asked NYISO to provide additional detail on its proposed tariff revisions for integrating DER aggregations into its markets, including a rationale for its 10-kW minimum.
A summary of FERC orders explaining why it denied rehearing request, which are automatically deemed denied unless the commission acts within 30 days.
NYISO defended its call for a 10-kW minimum for DERs participating in aggregations, which regulators and clean energy groups protested in FERC filings.
Utility regulators should not view planning for the grid’s transition as a political act, FERC Commissioner Allison Clements told the EBA's annual meeting.
Want more? Advanced Search