phase angle regulator (PAR)
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A new Lessons Learned report from NERC details how a tropical storm led to equipment failures at a nearby substation — several days later.
The tamest winter in recent memory brought no emergencies for MISO, though the RTO’s South region was the subject of three weather-related alerts.
NYISO is moving the proxy bus for pricing transactions with Ontario’s IESO to reflect power-flow changes from the implementation of phase-angle regulators.
PJM’s Operating Committee put manual revisions for its gas contingency rules on the fast track to endorsement after approving the changes on the first read.
PJM stakeholders are finding that the elimination of the Con Ed-PSEG "wheel" is not freeing up transmission capacity as expected.
The NYISO Management Committee discussed the upcoming summer, an annual review of the Market Monitoring Unit and Tariff changes.
NYISO presented its Market Operations and Broader Regional Markets reports to the Business Issues Committee.
PJM will discuss its updated capacity emergency transfer limits at next month’s meetings of the Market Implementation and Planning committees, staff said.
PJM and NYISO stakeholders met in New York for a nearly daylong meeting to discuss cost allocation and ways to evaluate the value of PARs.
The PJM Operating Committee discussed how difficult power demand was to forecast in March as a snowstorm was followed by exceptionally warm weather.
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