Facilitating Hybrid and Co-located Resource Participation in Wholesale Eletricity Markets

Hybrid and co-located resources are expected to provide considerable benefits to ISO markets because they can facilitate the integration of variable energy resources (VERs) such as wind and solar; shift wind and solar generation from lower price periods to higher priced periods when the energy is more valuable to customers; and, enhance the performance and capability of resources by adding operational flexibility. However, the full potential of these resources will not be realized if ISO market rules and practices prevent hybrid and co-located resources from offering their full value into ISO markets. To prevent such an outcome, this study reviewed current ISO market rules and practices and identified several issues that need to be resolved.

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