Indianapolis Power and Light (IPL)
Marketed as an eco-friendly alternative to car ownership, Indianapolis’ BlueIndy electric vehicle rideshare service will go out of business this spring.
The Indiana House of Reps passed a bill that could prolong the retiring or selling coal plants when the state is moving toward cleaner alternatives.
FERC accepted MISO’s compliance filing spelling out rules for its new energy storage category, rejecting a protest and rehearing request by IPL.
MISO filed to intervene in IPL’s appeals challenging FERC decisions on energy storage compensation and dispatch within the RTO.
FERC gave MISO the go-ahead on a second type of market definition for energy storage.
MISO’s Energy Storage Task Force has been left wondering if it will help shape the RTO’s response to FERC’s sweeping storage participation order.
A MISO workshop fell short of defining energy storage market rules, but provided stakeholders an opportunity to hash out their thoughts on the technology.
MISO will schedule a “common issues” meeting in response to a request from a group of stakeholders to better define energy storage.
FERC ruled that MISO unreasonably prevents energy storage from participating in markets other than its regulation market.
MISO asked FERC to reject the IPL (NYSE:AES) complaint over energy storage rules, calling it disruptive to stakeholder proceedings.
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