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The New FERC Final Rules and Their Impact on Market Transparency and Electricity Interconnections (EGY718C)

Presented by: Peter Kelly-Detwiler
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Learn about the Key Issues FERC is Addressing – and How the New Rules Will Impact the Current Situation

The two recently issued final rulings by Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) will help improve market transparency and make electricity interconnections more efficient and effective. Do you know the key issues that the FERC is addressing through these rules, and how they are likely to improve the current situation?

Join this webinar by industry veteran Peter Kelly-Detwiler, who will discuss the two key rulings that the FERC issued on April 19th of this year. The first rule relates to uplift payments, operator-initiated commitments and transmission constraint penalty factors. The FERC has found that the ISOs practices relative to these issues are not transparent, resulting in rates that are not ‘just and reasonable’ and has established new rules to address these issues. Kelly-Detwiler will explain the magnitude of these costs and implications of the ruling.

The second rule relates to reforming the interconnection procedures for resources exceeding 20 MW. Current interconnection processes are inefficient, lengthy, and insufficiently transparent. This ruling is meant to speed up that process to bring new generation online faster.

Kelly-Detwiler will help you understand the complex issues related to the various aspects of this FERC ruling affecting both wholesale markets and generator interconnections. You will learn how power resources are typically dispatched, when and why they are dispatched out of economic order, how resources are compensated, and how new resources are added to the system in the interconnection queue.

After attending this webinar, you will clearly understand the key issues and the market implications related to the recent set of FERC rulings.

Session Highlights

This session will help you learn the following:

  • What are the key issues the FERC is addressing through these rules?
  • What impacts are the new rules likely to have on uplift payments and what is the magnitude of these payments today?
  • How frequently do operator-initiated commitments occur (when ISOs start resources required for reliability that are uneconomic) and how big an issue has this been?
  • How often are transmission constraints an issue and what penalties are applied?
  • What new actions does the FERC ruling require of the market operators?
  • What are the current issues and implications related to the interconnection queues, what kind of delays occur, and how is this rule likely to improve the situation?

Who Should Attend

  • Energy professionals
  • Generator owners and operators
  • Project developers
  • Investment professionals
About Our Speaker(s)

Peter Kelly-Detwiler
Peter Kelly-Detwiler, principal of NorthBridge Energy Partners has more than 25 years of experience in the area of electric energy, retail power, energy efficiency, and distributed energy assets. A former SVP of Constellation Energy’s Demand Response business unit, Mr. Kelly-Detwiler offers expertise to clients in th... More info

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