FERC clarified that Order 842 did not imply that existing generators are entitled to compensation for providing primary frequency response.
New generators seeking interconnections must be equipped to provide primary frequency response, FERC ruled.
PJM presented the Operating Committee with a proposed solution to address FERC’s proposed primary frequency response rule.
FERC asked for additional comments on the rule it proposed in November that all newly interconnecting generators provide primary frequency response.
CAISO officials and stakeholders discussed the ISO's primary frequency response product initiative.
MISO is seeking stakeholder input on how to address declining frequency response capability within the RTO.
CAISO has kicked off an initiative to explore how it can procure resources equipped to automatically respond to disturbances in grid frequency.
The PJM Operating Committee learned that the RTO is expecting “typical” temperatures and almost 50 GW of capacity beyond its projected peak load this winter.
FERC proposed revising its pro forma GIAs to require all newly interconnecting facilities to install and enable primary frequency response capability.
In a big boost to the energy storage industry, FERC proposed a sweeping order aimed at knocking down barriers to storage and DER.
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