Entergy has warned that some customers could be without power for weeks as Hurricane Ida strikes MISO South.
Entergy said Hurricane Ida caused "catastrophic" transmission failures Sunday, leaving more than a million customers -- including all of New Orleans -- in the dark.
The MISO Market Subcommittee meeting ran the gamut of storage participation, discovery of a longstanding energy pricing error and FTR underfunding.
MISO says it has 146 GW of capacity to cover a projected 122 GW summer peak. However, staff said emergency declarations could be made.
Vicious storms and an ongoing pandemic failed to hobble year-over-year profit growth, Entergy executives said.
MISO hopes to have a more nuanced pricing plan before the next hurricane contorts transmission towers.
Fall in MISO was a study in record wind production, but it came with a price, as it produced more than half of the quarter’s real-time congestion.
MISO said it will file with FERC updates to its emergency pricing design, hoping to spur more action from suppliers when conditions get risky.
A briefing by MISO staff on the record uplift in the RTO’s energy market caused by Hurricane Laura left stakeholders with more questions than answers.
With a challenging summer in the rearview, MISO expects more traditional reliability risks this fall while making blueprints for an industry roiled by change.
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