CAISO maintained normal grid operations during the Oct. 14 solar eclipse, with swings in solar production that were more muted than models based on clear-sky conditions.
Stakeholders responded negatively NYISO’s proposal for a 10-kW minimum capability requirement for individual DERs to qualify for participation in aggregation.
FERC approved an agreement between Dynegy and its Office of Enforcement to settle allegations that the company misrepresented its plants' ramp rates to PJM.
MISO’s annual report on future trends includes suggestions for market changes that could ease the transition to a still hard-to-pin-down future fleet.
MISO will this March begin testing new rules to deal with generators’ uninstructed deviations from dispatch orders, stakeholders learned.
MISO’s Monitor is backing the RTO’s proposal to allow generators to recoup a portion of make-whole payments even when their ramp rates fall short.
MISO is moving ahead with developing an automatic generation control (AGC) program designed to rapidly deploy 400 MW of fast-ramping resources.
Ameren Missouri is urging MISO to scrap a newly proposed process for identifying when generators deviate from dispatch instructions.
At their July 11th, 2017 meeting, PJM presented Operating Committee members with a proposed pro forma agreement for dynamic schedules.
The MISO Independent Market Monitor presented new data showing how much energy is wasted because of the RTO’s lenient thresholds for uninstructed deviations, reviving his criticism of the rules.
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