NYISO Market Issues Working Group (MIWG)
NYISO kicked off an effort to create a market participation model for hybrid storage aggregation resources.
NYISO will face a myriad of challenges as New York decarbonizes its economy and the power sector transitions to zero-emissions generation.
NYISO shared proposed interconnection processes for the participation options the ISO has floated as part of its effort to integrate hybrid storage resources.
NYISO may shift 500 MW of the statewide reserve requirement to Southeastern New York to boost resource flexibility and provide resource capability.
A new initiative will aim to help NYISO improve its monitoring of fuel and energy security across the New York grid, stakeholders heard.
NYISO floated a plan that would provide hybrid storage resources three options for participating in its energy and capacity markets.
NYISO stakeholders explored detailed assumptions and modeling descriptions for an upcoming study on transitioning the New York grid to a cleaner future.
NYISO began an effort to develop a model for allowing front-of-the-meter energy storage resources paired with generation to participate in its markets.
New York must put a price on carbon if it hopes to meet the aggressive timelines of the decarbonization goals set out in a new state law.
A NYISO study found that pricing carbon into the ISO’s wholesale markets will help New York achieve its clean energy goals.
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