Learning Level: 201: Applies to those with some experience who are looking to build on or enhance existing knowledge.
FERC Order 2222 will significantly impact the roles that DER and demand response aggregations play in wholesale energy markets. What the future holds will vary by market depending on how market operators choose to comply with the order. Stakeholders are gaining more clarity on what to expect, with compliance filings from CAISO, MISO, NYISO, PJM, and ISO-NE, and others either already filed or are expected soon. In this session, experts will provide updates on submitted compliance filings, what is being discussed to meet FERC 2222 requirements, what parts of the order may be at risk of prolonged implementation, and the steps being taken to allow the full participation of aggregated DER and demand response into wholesale power markets.
Develop an understanding of FERC Order 2222 and its potential impact on the roles of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) and demand response aggregations in wholesale energy markets.
Gain insights into the compliance filings submitted by market operators such as CAISO, MISO, NYISO, PJM, and ISO-NE, and examine the updates and discussions surrounding their efforts to meet the requirements of FERC Order 2222.
Explore the potential challenges and risks associated with the implementation of FERC Order 2222 and analyze the steps being taken to enable the full participation of aggregated DER and demand response in wholesale power markets. Understand the implications of these developments for stakeholders and the future landscape of wholesale energy markets.