None of this impossibility is being considered in today’s reliability assessments.
The basic idea is very simple; do not add renewables without sufficient backup.
What is amusing is that FERC has a rule making ongoing on constraining renewables, because they screw up the grid.
Without that gas power, Texas would have faced a catastrophe.
The wealthy will buy expensive electric cars that will be charged with pricey, intermittent, weather-dependent wind and solar power. Middle classes will see their jobs and living standards plunge further.
Guest “Is anyone else annoyed every time the Soviet invasion of Ukraine and climate change appear in the same sentence?” by David Middleton This NPR article isn’t as awful as…
MISO's long implementation date for Order 2222 is another reason FERC should schedule a technical conference sooner than later.
ISO New England outlined the "transition" proposal that will be submitted to FERC in the coming weeks. If allowed proceed, the MOPR would remain in effect for next year's capacity auction.
From MasterResource By Robert Bradley Jr. — February 3, 2022 “[FERC] staff have determined that approval of the Project would not result in significant environmental impacts, with the exception of…
Independent System Operator (ISO) compliance plans for FERC Order 2222 are on their last stretch, with PJM and ISO-NE filing coming up here in February and MISO and SPP plans due in April...
Renewables only “take root” because governments, market operators, utility regulators and misguided Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors – misguided only in that they do not account for how the Grid actually...
SOO Green is a High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) merchant transmission project that aims to bring Midwest renewable resources to PJM
Last evening, the United States Senate unanimously confirmed D.C. Public Service Commission Chairman Willie Phillips as a new member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
Ørsted, EDF Renewables, and NextEra Energy submitted comments for FERC's ANOPR on transmission planning, grid upgrades, and interconnection.
The 15 utilities behind the Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM) hailed the proposal as providing "cost, reliability and environmental benefits." So, why is the renewable energy industry so concerned?
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