NYISO Transmission Planning Advisory Subcommittee
NYISO could tighten its security and information protection requirements, according to a presentation given to stakeholders at the TPAS/ESPWG meeting.
NYISO said it plans to file a motion with FERC for an extension on the compliance deadline for Order 2023, according to a presentation given to stakeholders.
NYISO gave initial comments and reactions to FERC Order 2023, but remained reluctant to divulge too much during its TPAS meeting.
NYISO took another stab at clarifying the proposed class year queue window concept that will replace its current interconnection queue processes.
NYISO left TPA Subcommittee members bewildered when it presented a revised proposal for overhauling its interconnection study process.
NYISO staff selected a proposal by Propel NY Energy to meet the ISO’s Long Island Public Policy Transmission Needs solicitation for transmission lines.
NYISO stakeholders learned how the ISO assessed the seven transmission projects chosen from the Public Policy Transmission Need solicitation for Long Island.
NYISO presented the Budget and Priorities Working Group with 48 market projects that it is proposing to be included in its 2024 budget.
NYISO stakeholders discussed the merits and pitfalls of the ISO’s proposed phased window approach to fundamentally rework its interconnection study processes.
NYISO updated subcommittee members on a phased window approach to its generator interconnection queue to potentially replace the current process.
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