CEO Jeff Bishop Interviewed on Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Ruling

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Our CEO, Jeff Bishop, was recently featured in an S&P Global article which covers measures taken by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) earlier this year pertaining to buyer-side mitigation (BSM) market rules in the New York Independent System Operator’s (NYISO) capacity zones. A batch of orders issued by FERC on February 20th narrowed exemptions … Read more CEO Jeff Bishop Interviewed on Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Ruling

FERC Decision Puts Energy Storage on the National Stage

On Thursday, February 15th, FERC Commissioners unanimously passed a rule proposed in late 2016 on enabling the participation of Energy Storage resources in RTO and ISO markets nationally.  The commissioners each touted the growth in the industry that awaits, and the associated benefits that it will bring to the grid: Commissioner LaFleur mentioned the variability … Read more FERC Decision Puts Energy Storage on the National Stage

Wholesale Market Rules Adapting to Allow Storage

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) recently ruled that the Midcontinent ISO (MISO) would have to reform its tariffs to make it easier for energy storage to compete in markets that it is technically capable of competing in. This ruling is part of FERC’s response to a complaint filed by Indianapolis Power and Light against … Read more Wholesale Market Rules Adapting to Allow Storage

New FERC Proposal Looks to Open Up Markets to Battery Storage

Last month, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) proposed a rule that could transform electricity markets and allow for better integration of electricity storage in the grid. The rule would require system operators to create or adjust market rules to allow for storage to participate in wholesale electricity markets. FERC Commissioner Cheryl A. LaFleur noted “Storage … Read more New FERC Proposal Looks to Open Up Markets to Battery Storage