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RTO INSIDER | NYISO Discusses FERC Order 222 Compliance

Jun. 20, 2021 | NYISO discussed its plans to comply with FERC Order 2222 with stakeholders ahead of a July 19 compliance filing deadline.

ALBANY TIMES UNION | Newest stretch of NY's massive 'Energy Highway' is opening

Jun. 09, 2021 | After almost a decade of planning, a new section of “New York’s Energy Highway” opened here Wednesday on a hilltop overlooking Schenectady and surrounding towns.

DAILY GAZETTE | New power lines in Rotterdam are a step toward a carbon-free New York

Jun. 09, 2021 | It’s probably the last thing you’ll think of when you reach in the fridge for something cold to drink, but the network of power lines that carried the electricity to your refrigerator is every bit as complex as the network of roads a truck driver used to deliver the milk, beer and juice that’s in the refrigerator.

RTO INSIDER | NYISO Soliciting Stakeholder Input on Changes to BSM

Jun. 07, 2021 | NYISO unveiled a plan and timeline for reforming its buyer-side mitigation rules by September 2021.

ABC50 | New York electric grid preparing to meet summer demand

May. 26, 2021 | Ahead of what is predicted to be a hot summer in New York State, electrical providers are preparing to meet demand.

ALBANY TIMES UNION | Grid operators say NY has enough power for summer heat

May. 26, 2021 | The New York Independent System Operator, which coordinates the flow of electricity through the state’s grid, said Wednesday there should be adequate power to get through the summer.

POLITICO | Power prices slump in 2020

May. 06, 2021 | Power prices slump in 2020

POWER MARKETS TODAY | NYISO updates annual Power Trends publication

May. 06, 2021 | CEO Dewey cites importance of interlinked benefits -- NYISO yesterday released a new update to an annual publication that is the grid operators' main way of communicating ...

RTO INSIDER | NYISO 2021 Power Trends Report – Resource Mix Changing Fast

May. 06, 2021 | NYISO's 2021 Power Trends Report focuses on how new renewable energy technologies are altering the generation mix.

ROME SENTINEL | State unveils museum of energy in Utica; opening May 10

Apr. 26, 2021 | Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Friday announced the completion of a new 15,000-square-foot New York State museum of energy in Utica. Located next to the Utica Zoo, the newly constructed admission-free John S. Dyson New York Energy Zone, designed and financed by the New York Power Authority, is expected to open to the public May 10. The facility was dedicated Friday, to help recognize Earth Day.

S&P GLOBAL | FERC finds it could have authority over carbon pricing, details approach

Apr. 15, 2021 | The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on April 15 voted to finalize a policy statement indicating that wholesale power market rules incorporating a state-determined carbon price can fall within the agency's jurisdiction, drawing mixed reactions from members and industry stakeholders.

RTO INSIDER | FERC OKs Delay on Order 2222 Compliance

Apr. 12, 2021 | FERC approved requests by MISO, SPP and PJM to delay their Order 2222 compliance filings by up to nine months.

UTILITY DIVE | New York regulators have 'effectively accelerated' the state's storage market, report finds

Apr. 06, 2021 | Programs and policies approved by New York regulators have "effectively accelerated" the state's energy storage market and helped it to deploy or contract for 1,186 MW of capacity, according to a new report from the Department of Public Service (DPS).

RTO INSIDER | FERC Approved NYISO Co-located Storage Model

Apr. 01, 2021 | FERC accepted NYISO’s co-located storage model to pair batteries with wind or solar at a shared point of injection.

SILIVE.com | New York needs long-term energy planning (opinion)

Mar. 27, 2021 | Recent power outages in the United States and across the globe have demonstrated the need for New York to continue its insistence on grid reliability and resiliency as it undertakes long-term planning.

S&P GLOBAL | Grid operators, state officials eye solutions to capacity market shortcomings

Mar. 23, 2021 | Accommodating state policies while still maintaining the objectives of the capacity market to supply reliable power at least cost will require a portfolio of solutions based on stakeholder input and changes to the energy and ancillary services markets as well over a likely five to 10 year period, operators of the Eastern regional transmission organizations said March 23.

RTO INSIDER | NYISO Prepares Hybrid Storage Aggregation Model

Mar. 16, 2021 | NYISO kicked off an effort to create a market participation model for hybrid storage aggregation resources.

RTO INSIDER | Texas Grid Troubles Inform NY Strategic Planning

Mar. 01, 2021 | New York agencies and experts are monitoring the aftermath of Texas' power outages to determine if the state should take any actions to maintain a resilient grid.

RTO INSIDER | NYISO Looks to Enhance ICAP Market Design

Mar. 01, 2021 | NYISO would like to align studies for setting the statewide installed reserve margin with those for establishing locational minimum installed capacity requirements.

POLITICO | Transmission poised to address reliability issues from New York City peaker retirements

Feb. 25, 2021 | The closure of high-emitting power plants in New York City because of state regulations can likely be addressed with transmission investments and operational changes, according to the state’s independent grid operator.

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