A path for FERC to settle tensions in Capacity Markets; look to NAESB OASIS as the model
- Feb 18, 2019 3:33 pm GMT
ISO New England, in its filing to allow State sponsored resources access to capacity markets identified an issue in which energy consumers “pay twice” for capacity when States sponsor generating resources outside of wholesale capacity markets, stating:
“Another concern, ISO-NE states, is that the MOPR may cause consumers to “pay twice” for the same capacity—i.e., pay once for capacity procured in the FCM to serve their demand, and pay a second time for the additional capacity obtained through out-of-market contracts with state-supported resources.”
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