Market Notice


June 20, 2016

 

 

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Market Rules and Market Design

Regional Integration

 

 

Regional Resource Adequacy and Transmission Access Charge Options - Schedules Extended

 

 

Summary

The California ISO has extended the schedules for both the Regional Resource Adequacy and Transmission Access Charge Options initiatives in response to stakeholder feedback.

 

 

Main Text

The ISO has extended the schedules for both the Regional Resource Adequacy and Transmission Access Charge Options initiatives in response to stakeholder feedback. Stakeholders expressed in both their verbal and written comments that they would like more time to review and provide additional input in the policy development phase of these initiatives. Extending the schedules also provides more time for the ISO to develop the details of both proposals for the Regional Resource Adequacy and Transmission Access Charge Options initiatives.

 

Note: Because of the extended schedules, the ISO will not take either proposal to the August 31 and September 1, 2016 ISO Board of Governors meeting, and plans to present them no earlier than October 2016. The initiative presentations are independent of each other.

 

The following are upcoming stakeholder engagement activities for each initiative:

 

Regional Resource Adequacy

June 22

Stakeholder working group call to discuss load forecasting; please see ISO public calendar for participation details.

July 20

Stakeholder working group meeting to discuss maximum import capability and import resources and resource counting rules

Location: California ISO, Folsom

 

Transmission Access Charge Options

July 22

Publish the next proposal

Please note that the dates above are tentative until confirmed in a future market notice.  The revised schedule for each initiative will be included in their next proposals.

 

More information about the Regional Resource Adequacy (Regional RA) initiative is available at http://www.caiso.com/informed/Pages/StakeholderProcesses/RegionalResourceAdequacy.aspx.

 

More information about the Transmission Access Charge Options (TAC Options) initiative is available at http://www.caiso.com/informed/Pages/StakeholderProcesses/TransmissionAccessChargeOptions.aspx

 

 

For More Information Contact

Kristina Osborne at 916-608-7237 or kosborne@caiso.com

 

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