1. FERC OKs PJM, SPP Storage Plans, Sets Separate Proceedings for Minimum Run-Time Requirements

    FERC OKs PJM, SPP Storage Plans, Sets Separate Proceedings for Minimum Run-Time Requirements

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on Thursday gave its first two approvals to grid operator plans to implement its energy storage order. PJM Interconnection will implement most of its plan by Dec. 3, while participating in a separate proceeding to evaluate the fairness of its 10-hour duration requirements for storage to participate in its market. Southwest Power Pool will implement its plan in nine months, as FERC regulators approved extra time for the grid operator to implement a new settlement management system.

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    1. ESA is pleased to see FERC open a new proceeding on PJM's proposed 10-hour duration requirement for qualifying energy storage capacity - which ESA has consistently stated is unjust and unreasonable.
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