WECC stakeholders expressed their displeasure with a revised proposal to revamp its committee structure and appoint a new Committee Review Body. | © ERO InsiderRead More
The California-Mexico subregion cannot maintain resource adequacy without imports, and the greatest risk of shortages is in Southern California, WECC said. | WECCRead More
WECC waded into California’s wildfire troubles in an effort to understand how catastrophic blazes could affect reliability and what can be done to protect the grid. | USFSRead More
The California Public Utilities Commission rejected a huge boost in megawatts for the San Francisco Bay Area that CAISO insists NERC and WECC reliability standards require.Read More
WECC took a step further into its new role as RA monitor for the Western Interconnection after its board approved a resolution listing the risk factors it plans to prioritize in the coming years. | © ERO InsiderRead More
The Northwest Power Pool held a webinar on efforts to create a resource adequacy program in the West, discussing potential FERC oversight and the need to hire professionals to develop and manage the program. | NWPPRead More
The Northwest Power Pool is planning a resource adequacy program to ensure sufficient capacity at a time of increasing retirements and shifts toward renewable energy in the West. | Spokane, Wash.Read More
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