NYISO is qualifying generation units for meeting their reserve requirements even though they fail to provide adequate reserves during normal market operations.
The Planning Committee heard updates on PJM's capital budget, the Reserve Requirement Study and an appellate court ruling on transmission cost allocation.
NYISO reviewed the preliminary results of phase one of the Grid in Transition study on the reliability effects of integrating more renewables into the grid.
MISO officials answered questions about the capacity shortfalls and expensive prices in the 2022/23 auction while stakeholders asked for more supply data.
The PJM Operating Committee unanimously endorsed a proposal to sunset the System Restoration Coordinators Subcommittee and discussed manual updates.
NYISO is preparing to be able to adapt its reserve requirements quickly to a changing resource mix by procuring supplemental reserves.
NYISO has decided to remain in remote work mode for the rest of the year, officials told the Management Committee.
NYISO continues to advance its Grid in Transition agenda, moving ahead with some energy and ancillary services projects while suspending or combining others.
PJM's Planning Committee endorsed the use of a 13-year load model with data from 2002-2014 for the 2020 reserve requirement study.
PJM is looking to select a new load model for the 2020 reserve requirement study focused on the 2024/25 delivery year.
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