June 16, 2024

NYISO Integrating Public Policy Task Force (IPPTF)

Study: Carbon Adder Supports NY Clean Energy Goals
A $63/ton carbon price could drive New York state's clean energy penetration to as high as 64% of the state’s resource mix by 2025.
IPPTF Hands off Carbon Pricing Proposal to NYISO
The Integrating Public Policy Task Force met for the last time before handing its final carbon pricing proposal to NYISO’s stakeholder governance process.
Brattle Group
IPPTF Updates Carbon Charge Analysis, Treatment of RECs
NYISO recommended its carbon pricing proposal no longer include emissions-free resources with existing REC contracts pay the LBMP carbon component.
NYISO Plan Revises Treatment of Carbon-Free Resources
NYISO said it would revise its carbon pricing proposal to enhance the bidding treatment for carbon-free resources and help prevent carbon leakage.
Analyses Show Flat Emissions Under NY Carbon Price
New York electricity market stakeholders reviewed three separate studies to evaluate the implications of a carbon charge in NYISO’s energy markets.
NY Task Force Talks LBMPc, Residuals, Hedge Effects
NYISO floated a plan to calculate the carbon pricing impact on locational-based marginal prices (LBMPc) using the social cost of carbon.
Brattle Group
NY Details Carbon Charge on Wholesale Suppliers
NYISO proposed a framework for billing carbon charges to New York energy suppliers to price greenhouse gas emissions in the market.
Brattle Group
NYISO Proposes Border Pricing Plan for Carbon
NYISO floated a carbon pricing proposal that would leave importers and exporters to manage the risk of predicting carbon charges for real-time imports.
NY Carbon Task Force Looks at REC, EAS Impacts
NYISO recommended steps to prevent suppliers from collecting double payments for carbon-emission reductions that have already been captured by renewable energy credit contracts.
Resources for the Future
‘Negative Leakage’ from NY Carbon Charge, Study Shows
A study suggests that New York’s effort to price carbon into its electricity market could result in reduced CO2 emissions from neighboring generators.

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