RENEW Supports ISO New England Interconnection Process Improvements

RENEW Northeast submitted comments to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in support of ISO New England’s filing requesting approval of Interconnection Process Improvements that will reduce the time needed to complete the Interconnection Studies for wind and inverter-based generators and should improve curtailment and performance issues in system operations for these types of generators. Since […]

RENEW Supports ISO New England Rule Changes Benefiting Renewable Energy

On April 15, 2015, ISO New England submitted tariff revisions for the dispatch of certain wind and hydro resources, which are classified as Intermittent Power Resources under the market rules, using Do Not Exceed Dispatch Points. RENEW Northeast submitted comments on May 14 that strongly support the ISO’s proposal to implement a system for the […]

RENEW Protests Market Rule Changes Harmful to Renewable Energy

On August 4, 2014, RENEW submitted a protest to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) concerning ISO New England’s compliance filing involving changes to the design of its Forward Capacity Market known as pay for performance. The ISO’s proposed tariff will create a perverse disincentive for renewable and other resources to curtail operations at exactly […]