May 21, 2024


OMS-MISO RA Survey Signals Potential for 9-GW Shortfall by 2028
MISO and the Organization of MISO States’ resource adequacy survey warned that a more than 9-GW shortfall could loom by the decade’s end, though it painted an adequate supply picture for the upcoming year.
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MISO Unveils New Seasonal Auction Timeline, Ratio
MISO will fire up its capacity auction machinery beginning April 18 after it was forced to delay the auction last month on a FERC order.
MISO Describes Bleak RA Future, Stakeholders Push Back
MISO executives issued warnings about its future resource adequacy in front of its board of directors while some state regulators and stakeholders pushed back.
OMS-MISO RA Survey Says Supply Deficits Could Top 10 GW by 2027
MISO and the Organization of MISO States’ 2022 resource adequacy survey again sounded the supply alarm rung from the 2022/23 capacity auction results.
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Annual RA Survey Adjusted for MISO’s Seasonal Capacity Market
MISO said it and the OMS’ annual resource adequacy survey will transition into a seasonal format following its implementation of four-season capacity market.
2021 OMS-MISO Resource Adequacy Survey Shows Less Cause for Concern
MISO and the Organization of MISO States said things are looking up in their annual resource adequacy assessment.
Monitor Breaks with MISO over RA Concerns
MISO and its Independent Market Monitor are at odds over how and how quickly the RTO should address its resource adequacy, board members heard Tuesday.
OMS-MISO Survey Sees Uncertain Supply Future
MISO could face a generation shortfall as early as 2022, according to the annual survey by the Organization of MISO States and the RTO.
MISO Resource Adequacy Subcomm. Briefs: July 10, 2019
MISO’s Independent Market Monitor intends to reduce its monitoring of physical withholding by small behind-the-meter generators in the footprint.
Emergencies Prompt MISO to Re-examine LMR Protocols
MISO executives said they continue to seek ways to improve the RTO’s response to an increasing number of emergency events.

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