A new FERC rule states that MISO interconnection customers with signed agreements can no longer abandon generation projects without assuming additional financial risk. | MISORead More
SPP state regulators agreed to keep up their collaboration with MISO regulators for the foreseeable future, saying the effort is pressuring the RTOs to resolve their seams issues. | SPPRead More
MISO will ask FERC for more time to plan the complicated process of opening its markets to distributed energy resource aggregators, RTO officials said. | Otter Tail PowerRead More
MISO said that it will approach SPP about improving the processes underpinning affected system studies in response to stakeholders’ persistent calls for change. | MISORead More
MISO said it plans to subdivide its annual capacity auction by seasons to better manage budding reliability risks caused by renewables’ growing share of the resource mix. | © RTO InsiderRead More
Stakeholders asked MISO for simpler interconnection studies during the inaugural meeting of The Distributed Energy Resources Task Force. | © RTO InsiderRead More
The Union of Concerned Scientists is making a pitch to Midwestern states in hopes that they pass sweeping clean energy bills in 2021. | Pattern EnergyRead More
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