FERC 2222: Will Distributed Energy Sources Get Full Market Access?

Posted by Webinar on Jun 8, 2022 8:57:01 AM

Recorded on June 6, 2022

A year and a half ago, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued Order 2222, which directed the grid operators under its jurisdiction (RTOs/ISOs) to remove all barriers to participation in their wholesale markets for aggregations of distributed energy resources (DERs). Since then, all seven RTOs and ISOs have submitted plans to FERC showing what they will do to comply. Are these gatekeepers of markets going to allow DERs to compete for all the services they are technically capable of providing — or do barriers still remain?

In this webinar, recorded live on June 6, 2022, industry experts discuss the breakthroughs in — and shortcomings of — the various plans to let DERs break into wholesale markets and provide value to both DER owners and the grid, including discussion of some of the key challenges that have emerged through the stakeholder process, such as locational requirements, addressing double counting, and setting metering and telemetry requirements.  

Panelists

  • Tamara Dzubay | ecobee
    Senior Manager, Regulatory Affairs and Emerging Markets
  • Chris Rauscher | Sunrun
    Senior Director, Market Development and Policy
  • Nancy Chafetz | CPower Energy Management
    Senior Director, Regulatory and Government Affairs  
  • Gregg Dixon | Voltus
    Chief Executive Officer
  • Caitlin Marquis | Advanced Energy Economy (Moderator)
    Director 

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