New FERC Aggregation Order for Distributed Energy Resources: Qualifications, ISOs/RTOs Directives, State-Opt Outs
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide energy sector attorneys on the new FERC order regarding the aggregation of distributed energy resources. The panel will discuss next steps for participants, qualifications, new directives for independent system operators and regional transmission organizations (ISOs/RTOs), state-opt outs, and other key items that must be considered to benefit from the new aggregation order for energy markets.
- The value of DERs to the electric grid
- Evaluating current pricing approaches
- Net metering
- Fixed charges
- Net metering caps
- New FERC aggregation order
- Participant requirements
- New directives for ISOs/RTOs
- State opt-out
- Next steps and other considerations for participants
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What is the value of DERs?
- What is the impact of FERC Order No. 2222 for electric utilities?
- What are the requirements for participants under the new FERC aggregation order for DERs?
- What new directives must be followed by ISOs/RTOs?
- What options are available for states under the new order?
- What other items must be considered to benefit from the new aggregation order for energy markets?
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