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As the U.S. grid incorporates energy storage systems, ESA has worked to educate staff and commissioners at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on the role of energy storage in competitive energy markets. Our main priority is that federal regulators remove impediments and reward innovation in open markets for ancillary services, non-organized markets, and other applications for advanced energy storage technologies.
ESA FERC/ISO/RTO Filings (for archival and reference purposes only)
ESA and the American Clean Power Association (ACP) jointly submitted comments to FERC in response to the aNOPR (RM21-17-000) on transmission planning, cost allocation, and generator interconnection, including recommendations on storage. Our overarching recommendations [...]Read More
Today, ESA jointly submitted comments with the California Energy Storage Alliance (CESA) to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in support of CAISO’s proposed clarifications to market rules that will remove barriers for hybrid and [...]Read More
ESA submitted recommendations jointly with ACP, SEIA, and AEE (“the Hybrid Resource Coalition”) in response to FERC staff’s Hybrid Resource White Paper and the reports submitted by the RTOs/ISOs on [...]Read More
ESA submitted comments today on NYISO’s straw proposal to implement a revised capacity accreditation study process to determine the incremental reliability contribution of all capacity resource types, including standalone and [...]Read More
ESA and several clean energy companies and organizations (“undersigned companies and organizations”) sent a letter today to PJM’s Board of Directors, urging PJM to take up a review of thermal [...]Read More
ESA submitted comments yesterday with the American Clean Power Association (“ACP”), Alliance For Clean Energy-New York (“ACE-NY”), Independent Power Producers Of New York (“IPPNY”), and New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium (“NY-BEST”), collectively “NY Interconnection Customers,” in [...]Read More
ESA submitted comments to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) today in support of PJM’s June 1 proposal to create and implement an Effective Load Carrying Capability (ELCC) construct for determining the capacity value [...]Read More
ESA submitted feedback yesterday on the SPP SAWG’s ELCC Standalone Battery Study Scope, which included recommendations for improvements to the current study and requests to clarify aspects of the scope. Specifically, ESA [...]Read More
ESA submitted comments today in support of PJM’s motion to hold proceedings related to its ELCC filing in abeyance, rebutting the Internal Market Monitory (IMM) request on 5/19 to initiate proceedings regardless of PJM’s forthcoming [...]Read More
ESA submitted feedback and recommendations today on PJM’s 4/17 version of the Solar Battery Hybrid Resources Proposal. In our comments, we expressed strong support for: (1) the definitions of these resources to operate as [...]Read More
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