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NYISO’s Business Issues Committee recommended that the Management Committee votes to recommend approval of the draft Long Island PPTN report.
FERC approved CAISO’s second attempt at complying with the mandate requiring RTOs to foster participation of DER aggregations in organized markets.
A Brattle Group study finds virtual power plants are cheaper than other viable options for resource adequacy, namely storage and natural gas peaking plants.
FERC has become too politicized and should use its independent authority to move the electricity industry forward, two former commission chairs said.
ISO-NE has more work to do to comply with Order 2222, FERC said, faulting its metering and participation rules for DER aggregations.
RTO stakeholders presented FERC with a cornucopia of suggestions for dealing with electrification and the increasing penetration of renewables.
A panel of energy experts took ISO-NE’s capacity market to task, lambasting the region’s Forward Capacity Market and offering ideas about how to improve it.
FERC’s delayed response to ISO-NE means that distributed energy resources won’t have a new way to participate in the grid operator’s next capacity auction.
ISO-NE is finalizing changes to its economic study process as it works through the NEPOOL stakeholder gauntlet.
Two former FERC chairmen are pessimistic that MISO will be able to reign in shortages or high capacity prices anytime soon.
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