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A resource adequacy plan for Maine
|Other titles||Electric resource adequacy report and plan|
|Statement||prepared for Maine Public Utilities Commission by London Economics International LLC.|
|Contributions||London Economics International (Firm), Maine. Public Utilities Commission., Maine. Legislature. Joint Standing Committee on Utilities and Energy.|
|LC Classifications||HD9685.U6 M368 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||2008412606|
Section C - Capacity resource adequacy 1. Definitions. As used in this section, unless the context otherwise indicates, the following terms have the following meanings. A. "Capacity resource" means any renewable capacity resource, nonrenewable capacity resource or interruptible, demand response or energy efficiency capacity resource. As shown in Table , there is no unified approach to resource adequacy in existing wholesale electricity markets in the authors find two basic approaches to resource adequacy that attempted to address the “missing money” issue differing by whether they specify quantities or prices for generation capacity. 18 Several restructured wholesale electricity markets in the US imposed a.
Resources For this review, resource assumptions are based upon the summer capability ratings of generation resources in the New York as reported in the Gold Book. Capacity values in Table include resources electrically internal to New York, additions, re-ratings, retirements. The ISO is sending this courtesy reminder to scheduling coordinators that the annual Use-Limit Plan Data Template (ULPDT) and supporting documentation for use-limited resources that have a resource adequacy commitment are due Octo
Maine law requires that those utilities procure all energy efficiency resources that satisfy the standard of being cost effective, reliable, and achievable. The utilities fund the Trust to develop and deliver that resource. Additional funding comes from the sale of Maine’s carbon allowances under the . Summary of Resource Adequacy Results. From the resource adequacy perspective, the New York Control Area is within the Loss of Load Expectation (LOLE) criterion (one day in 10 years, or days per year) throughout the Study Period; therefore, the NYISO identifies no resource adequacy related Reliability Need. The trend of load decrease.
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The resource adequacy plan was specifically intended to ensure grid reliability and the availability of electricity to consumers at lowest reasonable cost. This paper lays out LEI’s recommendations for a resource adequacy plan for Maine pursuant to.
The purpose of this Chapter is to implement the State’s policy to use long-term contracts for capacity resources and a resource adequacy plan to ensure grid reliability and minimize electricity costs for Maine consumers.
§ 2 POLICIES In implementing this Chapter, the Commission shall be guided by the following statutory policies. Title A, §D Resource plan. The commission shall adopt by rule a long-term plan for electric resource adequacy for this State to ensure grid reliability and the provision or availability of electricity to consumers at the lowest cost.[PLc.
Pt. Capacity resource adequacy. to meet the energy efficiency program budget allocations articulated in the triennial plan as approved by the commission pursuant to sectionsubsection 4 or any annual update plan approved by the commission pursuant to sectionsubsection 6 or to lower customer costs as determined by the.
MRS Title A, §C. CAPACITY RESOURCE ADEQUACY 2 | §C. Capacity resource adequacy Generated B. To reduce electric prices and price volatility for the State's electricity consumers and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the electricity generation sector; and [PLc.Pt.
C, §1 (NEW).] C. For example, the New England states participate in a comprehensive regional resource adequacy process, referred to as the Regional System Plan, through a stakeholder process managed by the ISO-NE. The Commission notes that, unlike several states in the region, Maine currently has an excess of generating capacity and this situation is expected.
PARVIZ ADIB, SHMUEL OREN, in Competitive Electricity Markets, Market power abuse and scarcity pricing. Because price spikes could be substantially higher under an energy-only resource adequacy mechanism with medium-to-high offer caps, regulators would have an even greater need to distinguish the difference between scarcity pricing and market power abuse.
resulting Resource Adequacy Availability Incentive Mechanism (RAAIM) exposure for each card. • Ability to seek to establish an opportunity cost adder to its start-up, transition, minimum load bid caps or to a default energy bid with the following exceptions: o Resources with use limitations that are applicable on a daily basis based on the.
Maine Revised Statutes > Title A > Part 3 > Chapter 32 > § C Maine Revised Statutes Title A Sec. C – Capacity resource adequacy.
Current as of: | Check for updates | Other versions. Definitions. As used in this section, unless the context otherwise indicates, the following terms have the following meanings.
RESOURCE ADEQUACY CRITERION. 3 Statement of Resource Adequacy Criterion New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Northern Maine each plan for a reserve equal to the greater of the capacity of the largest generator or 20% of the firm load. For this review, the. 2 Integrated Resource Plan Progress Report Although the District is currently surplus to its own retail load, resource adequacy is a topic of great concern to the region and individual utilities alike.
Demand response has been identified as a resource to help meet capacity demands in the region. Both topics are discussed more fully below. Capacity resource adequacy (CONFLICT) 1. Definitions. As used in this section, unless the context otherwise indicates, the following terms have the following meanings.
"Capacity resource" means any renewable capacity resource, nonrenewable capacity resource or interruptible, demand response or energy efficiency capacity resource. BOOK 2 Resource Adequacy In this MISO Transmission Expansion Plan, MISO staff recommends $ billion of new transmission enhancement projects for Board of Directors’ approval.
Summary Resource Adequacy requires enough capacity be available to. Resource Adequacy Planning PJM is responsible for the annual forecast pool requirement (FPR) development process and associated unforced capacity obligation process. The development of the FPR begins with the reserve requirement development process utilizing load forecasts as well as other resource reports.
These results are all moved into. P.L.ch. Part C of the Act (codified at A M.R.S.A §§ C, D) directed the Commission to establish an electric resource adequacy plan and authorized the Commission to direct investor-owned transmission and distribution (T&D) utilities to enter long-term contracts for capacity resources and associated energy.
Maine Independent System Administrator, Inc (NMISA). MECL supplies the province of Prince Edward Island. resource adequacy criterion as stated in Sectionit is necessary to occur for the load forecast and resource plan used in this study.
Maine Commission on Indigent Legal Services Request received: 2/ Added to stand-by: 3/ (new request by Sen. Keim for rapid review 2/22/19) Added to work plan: 4/ MCILS: Effectiveness of the commission in meeting its mission and economical use of resources ( request provides more specific recommendations for scope) Yes: Fieldwork.
MRS Title A, §D. RESOURCE PLAN Generated §D. Resource plan | 1 §D. Resource plan The commission shall adopt by rule a long-term plan for electric resource adequacy for this State to ensure grid reliability and the provision or availability of electricity to consumers at the lowest cost.
[PLc.Pt. Resource Adequacy of high-renewable electricity systems under a wide variety of weather conditions, renewable generation, and forced outages of electric generating resources. Specifically, this study examines four key questions: How to maintain Resource Adequacy in the timeframe under growing loads and.
Only those capacity resources that are competitive and lowest priced, considering both the cost of the capacity and related energy when compared to other available offers, would be eligible for contracting under this provision. To direct the commission by major substantive rule to adopt a long-term electric resource adequacy plan to.
Comprehensive Review of Resource Adequacy approved eliability by the R Coordinating committee (RCC) in September The Maritimes Area is a winter peaking area with separate markets and regulators in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Northern Maine.Review of Resource Adequacy.
10 The Interim Review was the first update of the Comprehensive Review of Resource Adequacy approved in March The major assumptions of this Interim Review are consistent with the Interim Review and the second progress report of Hydro-Québec Distribution Procurement.Long-run Reliability and Resource Adequacy This study focuses on long-run (planning) reliability, a.k.a.
Resource Adequacy (RA) • A system is “Resource Adequate” if it has sufficient capacity to serve load across a broad range of weather conditions, subject to a long-run standard for frequency of reliability events, for example 1-day-in.