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July 19, 2024

unforced capacity (UCAP)

CAISO
CAISO Considers Replacement of RA Incentive Program
CAISO staff and stakeholders are looking to re-evaluate the RA Availability Incentive Mechanism and explore whether it should be replaced with a new program using an unforced capacity construct to ensure sufficient RA capacity.
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California PUC Launches New Resource Adequacy Proceeding
California utility regulators voted to launch a proceeding to establish rules and requirements for the state’s resource adequacy program from 2025 to 2028.
MISO Offers Concession on LMR Capacity Credit Plan
MISO is offering stakeholders a compromise on one of two proposals it will file with FERC, removing a provision that would eliminate capacity credits for slow-response LMRs.
MISO RASC Briefs: Dec. 3, 2019
MISO says it will look to make improvements to the capacity testing process after sifting through results from its generators and discovering errors.
MISO Deliverability Plan Prompts Skepticism
MISO signaled it’s ready to address calls from its Monitor and members to tighten capacity deliverability requirements, but some are concerned about costs.
MISO Ponders Changes After Latest PRA
MISO proposed to change the deadlines and deliverability requirements for next year’s Planning Resource Auction as it released more data from this year.
PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: April 11, 2019
PJM’s Planning Committee endorsed capacity generation rule changes for Manual 21, save the controversial effective load-carrying capability calculations.
FERC: No Merit in MISO Deliverability Complaint
FERC rejected Coalition of Midwest Power Producers' complaint that MISO is improperly accounting for the deliverability of some capacity resources.
PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: Feb. 7, 2019
PJM unanimously approved a problem statement to consider granting merchant transmission developers capacity interconnection rights for offshore wind.
PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: Jan. 10, 2019
PJM is considering changing interconnection rules to accommodate transmission serving offshore wind generation, RTO officials told the Planning Committee.

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