Governor's statement calling for reform of the New England regional electricity market in order to advance clean energy.
Surveys the policy options for carbon pricing at the Independent System Operator level.
Opens the NYISO’s wholesale energy markets to Energy Storage Resources (ESRs). This development makes the NYISO the first ISO/RTO to allow full participation of these resources.
Explains how carbon-pricing rules in organized wholesale electricity markets can improve economic efficiency, and explores the economic principles and legal requirements for RTOs, states, and FERC to consider when implementing a carbon-pricing rule.
Proposed to study the effects of a carbon price on wholesale markets in tandem with the carbon pricing discussion being advanced by PJM members in stakeholder processes.
A 2017 study on compliance with the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan, which concluded, among other things, that interstate trading lowered the cost of compliance over in-state compliance only.
MISO studied various energy scenarios in its 2032 projections, including an Accelerated Fleet Change scenario that presumed regional climate policies.
CAISO, the California independent system operator, based its draft 2018-19 transmission planning analysis around Renewables Portfolio Standard compliance.
Found that the Base could make revenue on ancillary services markets with the dispatchable fleet of EV batteries, but lost money overall due to CAISO fees.
Outlined a high-level statewide plan for California to ensure charging is coordinated with grid conditions and the ability for aggregation of EVs to respond to grid operator signals.