July 19, 2024

system impact study (SIS)

FERC Approves NYISO Waiver on Interconnection Study Requirements
FERC granted NYISO a waiver allowing a temporary suspension of tariff rules for its interconnection study processes to assist developers and facilitate a smoother transition to the procedures prescribed by Order 2023.
ISO-NE Gives Update on Order 2023 Transition
ISO-NE outlined how FERC’s time extension for Order 2023 compliance will impact its proposal at a meeting of the NEPOOL Transmission Committee.
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FERC Resolves NextEra-Avangrid Dispute over Seabrook Circuit Breaker
FERC settled a dispute between NextEra Energy and Avangrid over whether the former should be responsible for upgrading a circuit breaker at Seabrook.
MISO Wraps 1 Renewable Study, Promises More Research
MISO wrapped its years-long Renewable Integration Impact Assessment, with staff pledging more targeted studies on the shift to renewables.
FERC Approves GIAs, Rejects OG&E Challenge
FERC accepted two previously rejected unexecuted generator interconnection agreements between SPP, OG&E and a pair of wind farms.
PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: Aug. 4, 2020
PJM's Planning Committee endorsed the use of a 13-year load model with data from 2002-2014 for the 2020 reserve requirement study.
FERC Denies Rehearing on Affected System Order
FERC denied rehearing of a 2019 order that directed MISO, PJM and SPP to shine more light on how they perform their affected-system studies.
PJM Ordered to Recalculate Wind Farm’s Capacity Rights
PJM must recalculate the incremental capacity transfer rights for E.ON's Radford's Run wind farm based on the project’s system impact study, FERC ruled.
FERC Reverses ALJ on PJM Tx Study Process
FERC rejected an ALJ’s finding that PJM’s transmission study process is unjust and unreasonable for developers seeking to secure IARRs.
6 Projects for ISO-NE’s 1st Clustered System Impact Study
Only six of 32 interconnection requests studied by ISO-NE in its initial test of its new queue clustering methodology have moved on.

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