price-responsive demand (PRD)
PJM's MIC OK'd rules on accounting for PTC/REC revenue and dealing with long-term market suspensions and discussed a loophole allowing CTs to ignore dispatch.
The PJM MIC discussed rules on including environmental credits in energy offers, setting pricing during market suspensions and DR for weather-sensitive load.
PJM stakeholders at the MRC rejected two proposals aimed at addressing a dispute over black start units' capital recovery factor.
A summary of the issues scheduled to be brought to a vote at the PJM Markets and Reliability and Members committees on Jan. 27, 2021.
Stakeholders at PJM's MIC meeting challenged the use of the “quick fix process” and endorsed a proposed package addressing PRD credits.
PJM's Markets and Reliability and Members Committees met to discuss market rules, tariff revisions and elect several new members.
The PJM MIC endorsed the sunsetting of a longstanding subcommittee on intermittent resources and accepted the charter of a new committee.
The PJM MIC endorsed an initiative to update the RTO’s business rules to accommodate co-located generation and energy storage hybrid resources.
The New England Power Pool Markets Committee continued to work on ISO-NE’s proposed Energy Security Improvements proposal.
PJM staff and stakeholders kicked off the Markets and Reliability Committee meeting with an homage to Denise Foster on her last day with the organization.
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