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NYISO Adds Transmission Project Cost Containment to its Tariff

On December 17, 2019, in ER20-617, the NYISO proposed changes to its public policy transmission process to establish provisions for cost containment of transmission projects proposed by developers.  As detailed in its filing, the NYISO’s proposed..
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CEO
Dumais Consulting

Member since 2018

CEO, Dumais Consulting

Grid Professionals Group -

Here’s Looking at You, Grid: Bi-Weekly Digest of the Top Content Submitted to the Grid Professionals Group in Energy Central- January 17, 2020

Now that it’s mid-January, it’s time for everyone to be settled back into the workflow after what was hopefully a great holiday and new year season! I know I sometimes  have trouble getting back into work after the time off, and with that it’s..
Matt Chester's picture
Energy Analyst
Chester Energy and Policy

Member since 2018

Energy Analyst, Chester Energy and Policy

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How do we keep the bucket full (but not overflowing)

ACE and Frequency Bias, a non-technical look at how we regulate the grid and how these methods will become increasingly important in an age of renewables.
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Retired CEO
Tucson Electric Power

Member since 2001

Retired CEO, Tucson Electric Power

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VARS 101

VARS could be spelled "misunderstood". Here is an article explaining VARS and how they are important for system operation.
Charles Bayless's picture
Retired CEO
Tucson Electric Power

Member since 2001

Retired CEO, Tucson Electric Power

Grid Professionals Group -

Electricity Distribution Utility preparedness for electric vehicles

The simplest way to look at electrification of transportation is that it eventually leads to an increase in electricity demand. Every electric vehicle (EV) is effectively a new consumer for the electricity distribution company (DISCOM).
Chandana Sasidharan's picture
Senior Research Associate
Alliance for an energy efficient economy

Member since 2019

Senior Research Associate, Alliance for an energy efficient economy

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