Energy Storage Market Participation in RTO/ISO Markets Following FERC Order Nos. 841 and 841-A
Application of FERC Order Nos. 841 and 841-A for Energy Storage Participation in Regional Wholesale Markets
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide energy counsel guidance on the implementation of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Order No. 841 and 841-A to facilitate energy storage in regional wholesale markets. The panel will provide an in-depth analysis of the FERC rules and recent additional guidance. The panel will also discuss various challenges for energy storage in light of the FERC rules, such as project eligibility, storage structure, asset rights, and key questions on the FERC rule that is yet to be answered.
- FERC Order Nos. 841 and 841-A rule and framework
Understanding FERC's definition of "storage resources"
Overview of market participation models and RTO/ISO compliance filings
Energy storage structure, requirements, and challenges
Storage asset rights and obligations
Unresolved questions on the FERC rulemaking and best practices for counsel
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How does FERC define storage resources, and what does that mean?
- What design changes and potential opportunities will unfold for utilities, storage developers, and investors?
- What are the critical challenges in energy storage structure, project eligibility, and storage asset rights?
- What impact will the rule have on the further development of resources and/or existing (or new) potential fleets?
Andrew O. Kaplan
Mr. Kaplan focuses his practice on providers of energy storage, demand response, ancillary services, and electricity... | Read More
Mr. Kaplan focuses his practice on providers of energy storage, demand response, ancillary services, and electricity and gas transmission and supply, both in the wholesale and retail markets. He regularly represents clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and Independent System Operators/Regional Transmission Operators (NYISO, ISO-NE, PJM, Midcontinent ISO, California ISO, SPP and ERCOT), and many state public utility commissions. Andrew has won significant rulings before FERC that helped to pave the way for growth among leaders in the energy storage industry.Close
Seth T. Lucia
Morrison & Foerster
Mr. Lucia counsels clients on a wide range of energy regulation and policy matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory... | Read More
Mr. Lucia counsels clients on a wide range of energy regulation and policy matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). He advises on all areas of electric utility, power and transmission regulation, including issues arising under both Parts I and II of the Federal Power Act. Mr. Lucia assists clients in obtaining FERC authorizations for major energy transactions such as utility mergers and the purchase or sale of utility assets. He also advises companies on wholesale power and transmission matters, Independent System Operator (ISO) and Regional Transmission Organization (RTO) rules and markets, interconnection services and regulatory compliance and training.Close