The Solar Energy Industries Association lodged a complaint at FERC against MISO’s practice of blocking intermittent resources from its ancillary service market.
PJM stakeholders will vote next month on two different proposals seeking to improve the deployment of synchronized reserves during a spin event.
FERC granted MISO permission to embed the production costs of providing spinning reserves in its market prices.
PJM stakeholders unanimously endorsed an issue charge that seeks to improve the deployment of synchronized reserves during a spin event.
MISO said its members collectively saved about $3.5 billion in 2020 for choosing RTO membership over going it alone on the grid.
The PJM Operating Committee endorsed changes to Manual 1 to expand the use of synchrophasors and make them a requirement for certain projects under the RTEP.
MISO might revise and refile a failed proposal designed to set penalties for non-capacity resources that exercise market power through physical withholding.
A NERC study concluded that wind and solar generators can respond to frequency disruptions far more quickly than a traditional synchronous machine response.
ERCOT’s Technical Advisory Committee endorsed two previously tabled nodal protocol revision requests following lengthy discussions.
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