Integrating Markets and Public Policy (IMAPP)
NEPOOL is examining how it can adapt market rules to reach states' decarbonization goals through a forward clean energy market.
ISO-NE asked for FERC approval of its two-stage capacity auction following months of negotiations that left the RTO’s stakeholders split.
ISO New England (ISO-NE) stakeholders are trying to reach agreement on CASPR, a two-tier market construct to integrate state-sponsored renewables.
ISO-NE advanced the idea of excluding competitive new resources from functioning as demand in a proposed “substitution” capacity auction.
Public power utilities in ISO-NE aren’t convinced that ISO-NE’s two-tiered capacity auction is the best way to incorporate clean energy procurements.
Two panels at the Northeast Energy and Commerce Association Environmental Conference discussed the implications of Trump’s policies, including EPA cuts.
New England regulators expressed optimism that they will find a way for wholesale markets to coexist with state energy policies at NECPUC.
ISO-NE presented its proposal for a two-tiered capacity auction that would incorporate state-mandated renewable generation at the FERC technical conference.
Executives from PJM, NYISO and ISO-NE will gather with stakeholders at FERC to seek ways to incorporate policies on greenhouse gases into wholesale markets.
New England states will not have enough renewable resources to meet the 2025 and 2030 targets in current renewable portfolio standards.
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