FERC approved changes to WEIM's resource sufficiency evaluation, including allowing transfers to members that fail to meet their RSE obligations.
FERC accepted CAISO's Order 2222 compliance filing but told it to submit revisions to its participation model for distributed energy resource aggregations.
FERC accepted PJM tariff changes covering non-rate provisions for black start service, including commitment and termination periods.
FERC accepted revisions to four SEEM utilities' tariffs implementing the special transmission service used to deliver the market’s energy transactions.
PJM transmission owners provided no evidence that they are having difficulty raising capital but insisted the law was on their side in their bid to rate-base network upgrades.
PJM stakeholders endorsed tariff revisions to exclude the right of first refusal process from the evaluation of non-firm transmission service requests.
Manual revisions and critical infrastructure protection are just some of the issues scheduled to be brought to a vote at PJM's MRC and MC meetings.
MISO postponed filing tariff revisions to implement 4 seasonal capacity auctions and impose a more rigorous accreditation process on participating resources.
FERC allowed MISO to edit its tariff to clear up performance rules for load-modifying resources. Its new ruleset clarifies how performance is evaluated.
A summary of the issues scheduled to be brought to a vote at the PJM Markets and Reliability and Members committees on Jan. 27, 2021.
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