One of the most exciting things that has been going on at ISO-NE has been the multi-year effort to make variable-output renewable energy resources (like wind) fully dispatchable in the real-time energy market. That effort has involved multiple filings with FERC by both ISO and NEPOOL, as well as significant changes in the ISO’s Market Rules. The process has been fascinating to participate in over months and years of Markets Committee meetings and discussions. Last week, we received a report on how the project worked during its first six months of operation. I put a new blog on the CLF website about this effort, which blog you can see, here:
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By Jerry Elmer on January 19, 2017
VN:R_U [1.9.20_1166]Making Renewable Energy “Dispatchable”,
Jerry Elmer is a Senior Attorney for the Conservation Law Foundation.