MISO stakeholder redesign
MISO is debuting more online interactions after instituting fewer stakeholder committee meetings at the beginning of the year.
The results are in from a PJM member poll on the stakeholder process. The findings? It’s not perfect, but it’ll have to do.
The Markets and Reliability Committee approved PJM’s proposed revisions to adjust the methodology for developing the capacity model for winter peak weeks.
Stakeholders continued discussions on MISO’s pseudo-tie approval process, even after narrowly approving more stringent requirements in December.
MISO Advisory Committee members say the redesigned stakeholder process is more efficient but that discussions at meetings could use more depth.
At the 2016 Annual Meeting, the leadership of the MISO Advisory Committee asked for the committee's 2016 priorities to be extended into 2017.
The MISO Steering Committee approved by consent a bundle of largely unchanged charters for six working groups and subcommittees.
The MISO stakeholder redesign is complete — or nearly so, according to committee members close to the project.
The MISO Market Subcommittee on Feb. 2, 2016, discussed Tariff revisions to extend the day-ahead market, interface pricing and EEE flags.
MISO's Steering Committee discussed the RTO's upcoming joint common market meeting with PJM and the ongoing stakeholder redesign.
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