NYISO Installed Capacity/Market Issues Working Group (ICAP-MIWG)
NYISO said a market software problem identified this year in the day-ahead and real-time ancillary services markets had a negligible financial impact and did not result in any market manipulation.
NYISO secured Business Issues Committee approval of the ISO’s proposal to create separate capacity demand curves for summer and winter beginning with the 2025/2026 capability year.
NYISO has begun the process of studying how energy storage resources can be considered as traditional transmission assets.
NYISO needs to improve shortage pricing and create smaller capacity zones, the ISO’s market monitoring unit reports in its 2022 State of the Market report.
An upcoming fuel and energy security study will examine the combined impacts of electric generation trends and extended cold snaps on NYISO system reliability.
NYISO gave ICAP/MIWG proposed methodology for measuring implied marginal emission rates to increase transparency around New York’s emissions output.
NYISO briefed the Installed Capacity/Market Issues Working Group on its efforts to improve capacity accreditation.
NYISO gave the Installed Capacity and Market Issues Working Groups further revisions to its proposed rules for distributed energy resource aggregations.
NYISO presented its anticipated schedules for its Installed Capacity market, energy market and new resource integration projects for this year.
NYISO presented a proposed timeline for finalizing tariff revisions related to capacity resource interconnection service expiration and transfer rules.
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