May 21, 2024


DC Circuit Skeptical of NARUC Challenge to FERC Order 841
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals seemed unconvinced by arguments that FERC exceeded its jurisdiction by refusing to let states opt out of Order 841.
MISO Offers Straw Storage Proposal to Meet Order 841
Energy storage resources 100 kW or larger would be eligible to offer capacity, energy and ancillary services under a straw proposal MISO officials presented.
States, Utilities, RTOs Push Back on Storage Order
Stakeholders filed comments on FERC Order 841, which required RTOs and ISOs to allow energy storage resources full access to their markets.
Overheard at the Infocast ERCOT Market Summit
Infocast’s annual ERCOT Market Summit once again featured panel discussions on market reform, grid resiliency and resource adequacy.
FERC Rules to Boost Storage Role in Markets
FERC ordered RTOs and ISOs to revise their tariffs to allow energy storage resources full access to their markets.
PJM hit a snag attempting to calculate the market seller offer cap (MSOC) for Capacity Performance units for the 2021/22 delivery year.
New York Sees Storage in Retail and Wholesale Markets
Energy storage developers and utilities in New York are working with NYISO to establish dual participation of storage in retail and wholesale markets.
NARUC: Growth in DER Creates New Challenges
Industry officials discussed the latest developments in distributed energy resources (DER) at the NARUC Summer Policy Summit.
MISO Market Subcommittee Briefs
The MISO Market Subcommittee discussed FERC's recent order on energy storage and December's spike in revenue sufficiency guarantee payments.
MISO Ordered to Change Storage Rules Following IPL Complaint
FERC ruled that MISO unreasonably prevents energy storage from participating in markets other than its regulation market.

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