ISO New England (ISO-NE)
FERC upheld its ruling on a series of updates to ISO-NE’s Inventoried Energy Program which could result in larger payments for generators to keep stored fuel on-site as a grid reliability backstop.
ISO-NE provided additional information on the second phase of its Longer-Term Transmission Planning project, which is intended to facilitate transmission investments to meet the states’ policy goals.
The New England Transmission Owners released a draft asset condition forecast database for the ISO-NE Planning Advisory Committee and outlined updates to the asset condition project stakeholder review process.
Potential changes to ISO-NE's capacity market include updates to its resource capacity accreditation (RCA) methodology, along with prompt and seasonal capacity market formats.
ISO-NE presented the final stage of its Operational Impact of Extreme Weather Events study to stakeholders at the NEPOOL Reliability Committee on Nov. 14.
ISO-NE outlined how FERC’s time extension for Order 2023 compliance will impact its proposal at a meeting of the NEPOOL Transmission Committee.
Analysis Group outlined the methodology of its study of major changes to the structure of ISO-NE’s Forward Capacity Market (FCM) at the NEPOOL Markets Committee meeting.
FERC accepted ISO-NE’s third compliance filing for Order 2222, ruling that the RTO’s proposal does not pose prohibitive barriers to market participation for distributed energy resource aggregations.
NEPOOL members voted to delay FCA 19 by one year, seeking time to revise its capacity accreditation rules and consider a prompt or seasonal market.
FERC Chair Willie Phillips and NERC CEO James Robb wrote in joint comments that they have "serious concerns" about Everett's retirement.
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