FERC Walks Back Part of Affected-system Order October 15, 2020 By Amanda Durish Cook By Amanda Durish CookFERC reversed course and said MISO, SPP and PJM don’t have to rely on one another’s dispatch assumptions to carry out an affected-system study. | MISO Tell us who you are,get 2 free articles each month. What do you want to know? Want a free trial instead? Click here.Already convinced? View pricing and plans.Already a subscriber? Log in here. Additional news on this topic: FERC Orders Tech Conference on MISO-SPP CongestionFERC ordered a technical conference to investigate overlapping congestion charges imposed on pseudo-tie transactions between MISO and SPP. | Organization of MISO States FERC Denies Rehearing on Affected System OrderFERC denied rehearing of a 2019 order that directed MISO, PJM and SPP to shine more light on how they perform their affected-system studies. | © RTO Insider MISO Solar Dispatch a Go, FERC SaysMISO can begin requiring new solar generation in its footprint to become dispatchable by early 2022, FERC ruled. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.