generator interconnection queue
Several MISO stakeholders took exception to the RTO’s proposal before FERC to cap the volume of interconnection requests it accepts annually.
MISO has put before FERC its package of changes meant to downsize its crammed interconnection queue.
ISO-NE outlined how FERC’s time extension for Order 2023 compliance will impact its proposal at a meeting of the NEPOOL Transmission Committee.
MISO won’t place conditions on either queue entrants or generation retirements in its quest to maintain system reliability by prescribing generating attributes.
Stakeholders are concerned over NYISO’s proposed seven-day decision window and cash deposit requirements for interconnection applicants.
MISO has received FERC approval to hike up its non-refundable interconnection request application fee, required for generation developers to enter the queue.
A Department of Energy draft report focuses on limiting speculative projects to increase system reliability and reduce cost uncertainty.
FERC extended the compliance deadline for its interconnection queue rulemaking by four months, to April 3, 2024.
ISO-NE is pursuing an alternative compliance pathway on FERC Order 2023 regarding storage resource interconnection, hoping to sidestep the need for “control technology,” the RTO told the NEPOOL Transmission Committee.
NYISO at the inaugural IITF meeting presented a new proposal to reform its interconnection queue processes while complying with directives set out in FERC Order 2023.
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