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July 25, 2024

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MISO: Worsening Uninstructed Deviation Needs Attention
Five years after it introduced rules to curb generators’ uninstructed deviations from dispatch instructions, MISO said such departures are worse than ever and it likely needs to strengthen rules and software.
MISO Prototyping Short-term Reserve Product
MISO will prototype its proposed short-term reserve product to demonstrate cost and benefits to its members.
MISO Plans for New Uninstructed Deviation Rules
MISO will this March begin testing new rules to deal with generators’ uninstructed deviations from dispatch orders, stakeholders learned.
MISO Market Subcommittee Briefs: May 10, 2018
MISO technical staff are currently devoting time to improving the nonpublic webpages the RTO uses to accept energy bids and offers.
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Monitor Backs MISO Uninstructed Deviation Proposal
MISO’s Monitor is backing the RTO’s proposal to allow generators to recoup a portion of make-whole payments even when their ramp rates fall short.
MISO Tempers Dispatch Plan After Stakeholder Pushback
Market participants have united to develop a trio of alternatives to MISO’s plan to crack down on generators that fail to follow dispatch instructions.
8 Projects Set for 2018 MISO Market Roadmap
MISO and its members have selected eight market-improvement projects from its annual Market Roadmap to focus on in 2018.
Ameren Calls for Milder MISO Response to Uninstructed Deviations
Ameren Missouri is urging MISO to scrap a newly proposed process for identifying when generators deviate from dispatch instructions.
MISO Invites Feedback on Plan to Curb Dispatch Deviations
MISO is seeking stakeholder feedback on its proposal to crack down on generators that fail to follow dispatch instructions.
MISO Advisory Committee Briefs
The MISO Advisory Committee is attempting to resuscitate a discussion about how to handle generators that fail to follow dispatch instructions.

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