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June 13, 2024

MISO Markets Committee of the Board of Directors

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MISO Says Rigorous Accreditation Key to Managing Future Market Ops, Reviews Mostly Calm Winter
MISO’s imminent filing for a new capacity accreditation is a crucial first step to get ready for a more complex and challenging future, executives told attendees during March Board Week.
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MISO Says System Volatility Here to Stay
At a quarterly review of markets, MISO said an increasingly precarious load-supply balance is here to stay.
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MISO Leadership Says Transmission Expansion, Market Redefinition ‘not Optional’
MISO execs say long-term transmission and a capacity market redesign are a must in response to rising climate risks and fleet change.
MISO Monitor Reviews Blustery Fall
Fall in MISO was a study in record wind production, but it came with a price, as it produced more than half of the quarter’s real-time congestion.
MISO Board of Directors Briefs: March 26, 2020
MISO Board of Directors Chair Phyllis Currie reflected on the unprecedented circumstances that converted the RTO’s Board Week into a teleconference format.
MISO Seeks Market Changes After Meek Summer
The MISO footprint didn’t come close to its forecasted summertime peak, but ways to improve resource adequacy were on the minds of those at Board Week.
MISO Board Committee OKs Seams Study Funding
The MISO Board of Directors’ Markets Committee agreed to fund the RTO’s share of its seams coordination analysis with SPP.
Emergency Ops, Calm Summer Top Talk at MISO Board Week
A systemwide emergency, market innovations and the relatively calm summer topped the discussions at MISO’s Board of Directors meetings.
MISO Markets Committee Talks Winter, Spring — and Beyond
A seasonal post-mortem at this month's MISO Board Week provided stakeholders with insight into the RTO’s market performance recently, in the near future and the long term.
MISO Board, Monitor Seek Response to PJM M2M Missteps
The MISO Board of Directors learned about the recent discovery that PJM had been committing two market-to-market (M2M) errors.

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