The trouble with treating grid projects as market players in New York’s capacity auction.
How state-sponsored planning can fit with FERC’s capacity markets.
The experts do battle over capacity market design.
Meeting the just-and-reasonable standard in a time of change.
State regulators address transformative forces.
How NIPSCO feels leaned on.
Northern Indiana Public Service, the MISO member sandwiched between PJM’s Ohio territory and its noncontiguous Chicago outpost, feels particularly aggrieved by the failure of the MISO-PJM Joint Operating Agreement, approved by FERC in 2004, to facilitate cross-border grid projects to relieve constraints along the ragged and interlaced seam that separates the two regions.
Wall Street is back in business. What’s next for utility finance?
Interregional grid planning under FERC Order 1000.
The legality of state ROFR laws under FERC Order 1000.
States have passed laws to bypass FERC Order 1000 and its reforms favoring private grid developers. Could those laws themselves fall under attack?
Misguided policies threaten resource adequacy.
Resource planning is grinding to a halt. From EPA regulations to irrational markets, today’s policy missteps threaten tomorrow’s reliability.