installed capacity requirement (ICR)
ISO-NE will not incorporate an amendment approved by the NEPOOL Participants Committee to include pumped storage resources in its Inventoried Energy Program.
A group of New England suppliers is raising worries about the costs of the cost-of-service agreement between ISO-NE and the Mystic Generating Station.
ISO-NE’s 16th Forward Capacity Auction will likely have similar outcomes to last year’s, observers say, even as debate swirls around the market’s future.
ISO-NE will propose tariff changes as a result of “lessons learned” from its first competitive transmission solicitation under Order 1000 last year.
ISO-NE proposed an installed capacity requirement of 32,568 MW for FCA 16, a 1,585-MW decrease from FCA 15, at the NEPOOL Reliability Committee meeting.
NEPOOL’s Reliability Committee failed to endorse cost overruns on Eversource Energy’s Greater Boston Transmission Project.
The cost of the Greater Boston Project is expected to increase by $191 million, Eversource told the NEPOOL Reliability Committee.
ISO-NE is proposing an installed capacity requirement of 34,153 MW for Forward Capacity Auction 15, a 722-MW increase over FCA 14.
ISO-NE energy demand has fallen 3 to 5% since stay-at-home orders began being implemented across New England, the NEPOOL Reliability Committee heard.
The NEPOOL Participants Committee approved ISO-NE’s proposed installed capacity requirement calculations for Forward Capacity Auction 14.
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