FERC Order 841
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.
MISO stakeholders are trying to figure out what transmission service requirements the grid operator has in place for battery storage that charges from the grid.
MISO has announced that it successfully opened its wholesale markets to electric storage resources in compliance with FERC Order 841.
The decades-long move to competitive wholesale and retail electric markets still stirs controversy, but the benefits sway attitudes, former regulators say.
MISO’s ongoing market platform replacement project is focusing on a one-stop model manager, new energy management system and day-ahead market clearing engine.
FERC approved a settlement between Southern California Edison and opponents that reduces potential costs and smooths the way for battery interconnections.
Panelists at a FERC technical conference on energy and ancillary services markets agreed that rules should be changed to incent new resource types.
The MISO Market Subcommittee meeting ran the gamut of storage participation, discovery of a longstanding energy pricing error and FTR underfunding.
MISO’s leadership has offered additional justification on its request to delay until 2025 incorporating energy storage resources into its markets.
Clean energy advocates are contesting MISO’s request for another extension to comply with FERC Order 841.
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