June 17, 2024

Peak Reliability

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New WPP Board Features Figures from PJM, WEIM, Industry
The WPP's future independent board will include the previous PJM CEO, a former member of WEIM's Governing Body and WPP’s present board chair, among others.
Consumer Groups Call for Efficiency, DR Measures
As Texas regulators prepare to release a blueprint for a redesigned ERCOT market, ACEEE warned of overlooking benefits from efficiency and demand response.
NPCC Predicts Lower Peak in Summer 2021
The Northeast Power Coordinating Council is forecasting a summer peak of 104,075 MW for the week of Aug. 8 and adequate supplies to meet that demand.
ISO-NE, Stakeholders Continue to Pave ‘Pathways to the Future Grid’
The NEPOOL Participants Committee continued working groups on “Pathways to the Future Grid” as ISO-NE and stakeholders reviewed decarbonization strategies.
NYPSC OKs $800 Million Transmission Cost Recovery for Con Ed
The NYPSC approved $800 million in cost recovery by ConEd for transmission projects to enhance reliability because of the dwindling of peaker plants in NYC.
MISO Preps for Capacity Auction, Spring Peak
While it warns of more system risk in the coming years, MISO is preparing for an unremarkable spring and a routine capacity auction.
MISO Nearing Decision on Seasonal Capacity Auction
In an effort to avoid an increase in emergency operating conditions, MISO plans to develop a new direction for its capacity auction.
WECC Board Approves New Chair, Long-term Strategy
WECC Board Chair Kristine Hafner yielded her position to Vice Chair Ian McKay at the regional entity's annual meeting.
PG&E Turmoil Will Occupy West Again in 2020
PG&E's bankruptcy looks likely to continue through the first half of 2020, while CAISO seeks to expand its EIM and meet reliability requirements.
West’s RC Transition Earns Plaudits
The Western Interconnection’s transition to multiple reliability coordinators ended well when SPP took over the remaining Peak Reliability territories.

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