July 20, 2024

MISO market platform replacement

MISO Sets Sights on 2025 Completion for New Market Platform
MISO says it’s making steady progress on having a new market platform installed completely by the end of next year and will debut a new day-ahead market clearing engine this spring.
MISO Stakeholders Protest RTO’s Order 2222 Implementation Timeline
Stakeholder groups, including state regulators, protested MISO’s FERC Order 2222 compliance filing, many indignant over the request to delay implementation.
MISO: DER Aggregations Must Wait Until 2030 for Market Participation
MISO says that aggregations of distributed energy resources lining up for its wholesale markets must wait until the end of the decade before gaining entry.
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MISO Board of Directors Briefs: Dec. 9, 2021
MISO's first in-person meeting since COVID-19 surfaced covered its budget, its ongoing market platform replacement and how to handle future meetings.
MISO: Market System Replacement or 841 Compliance
MISO’s leadership has offered additional justification on its request to delay until 2025 incorporating energy storage resources into its markets.
MISO Bends to Renewable Realities in ’20, ’21
In 2020 MISO managed remotely, redefining reliability standards, reorganizing its capacity market and launching a long-term transmission planning effort.
MISO Planning Subcommittee Briefs: Dec. 1, 2020
The MISO Planning Subcommittee urged members to prepare for its new Model Manager and reported nearly 900 active transmission projects.
MISO Market Platform Replacement Project up $20M
MISO’s market platform replacement is $20M over budget as staff navigate the intricacies of replacing a decades-old system and pandemic-related issues.
Test Phase Approaches for MISO Market Platform
MISO is ready to begin testing some of the capabilities of its new market platform as the effort to develop the system enters its fourth year.
MISO Board of Directors Briefs: Dec. 12, 2019
MISO’s Board of Directors will remain unchanged heading after the same chairman and three incumbent directors were elected to retain their positions.

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