Major transmission construction will help the grid tolerate increasingly severe weather, panelists said at a recent ACORE webinar.
Regulators’ call for a generator weatherization requirement faces an uphill battle if history and feedback at last week’s MRC meeting is any indication.
The Michigan PSC called on DTE and Consumers to step up measures to head off supply emergencies like the one that arose this past winter.
In the wake of its Jan. grid emergency, MISO pledged to further study generation cutoffs in extreme temperatures and improvements to its load forecasting.
MISO managed its eighth maximum generation event in six years last month despite the difficulty of pulling together the forecast leading up to the episode.
PJM survived last week’s arctic blast with slightly elevated outages and two periods of shortage pricing, officials said.
Record-breaking cold brought multiple appeals for conservation from utilities in the northern portions of MISO's footprint.
A dangerous cold snap spurred a maximum generation event and knocked out power to MISO’s Carmel, Ind., offices on Wednesday.
Midcontinent ISO now has a fifth wintertime waiver of its $1,000/MWh offer cap in hand after FERC approved the RTO’s request on Nov. 16.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that FERC was justified when it denied the Duke Energy's and ODEC's reimbursement requests in 2015.
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