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美國的電力市場上的DER (分散式能源來源) 參加的調整:CAISO、ERCOT、NYISO

Regulating DER Participation in U.S. Electricity Markets: CAISO, ERCOT and NYISO

出版商 Greentech Media Inc. 商品編碼 344208
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美國的電力市場上的DER (分散式能源來源) 參加的調整:CAISO、ERCOT、NYISO Regulating DER Participation in U.S. Electricity Markets: CAISO, ERCOT and NYISO
出版日期: 2015年10月28日 內容資訊: 英文
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本報告提供CAISO (加利福尼亞獨立系統運用機關) 、ERCOR (德克薩斯電力信賴度協會) 、及NYISO (紐約獨立系統運用機關) 中最近提案、實行的批發市場法規調查。

第1章 簡介

第2章 德克薩斯電力信賴度協會 (ERCOT:The Electric Reliability Council of Texas) :由DREAM的提案登場的未來願景的第一步

  • 目前的ERCOT批發市場結構
  • ERCOT需求反應中客戶側的DER參加
  • 超過需求反應的DER的參加
  • 更大的DER參加的市場展望:DREAM

第3章 紐約獨立系統運用機關 (NYISO) :德克薩斯電力信賴度協會

  • NYISO需求反應市場上的DER參加
  • 需求側的配套服務平台的聚合
  • 流通系統平台下的系統規劃

第4章 加利福尼亞獨立系統運用機關 (CAISO):法規當局強烈要求新的聚合模式

  • 應對DER的機會的主要一覽表
  • CAISO中需求反應的演進
  • CAISO的需求反應的分歧點
  • CPUC (加州公共產業委員會) 展望的變化:從IDSM到IDSR
  • 分散式能源來源的供應商

第5章 ISO比較分析:CASIO、ERCOT及NYISO

第6章 附錄

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目錄

Traditionally, wholesale market regulation has focused on large generating and load-curtailment resources, while imposing restrictions that inhibit the participation of smaller-scale resources. Growing adoption of behind-the-meter distributed energy resources (DERs), especially variable generation, is having an undeniably profound effect on the industry, not only threatening to disrupt existing business models, but also jeopardizing grid stability. System operators often face operational challenges and have an increased need for grid flexibility to rapidly ramp resources in response to increasingly variable system dynamics.

This slide-based report investigates recently proposed and implemented wholesale market regulations in CAISO, ERCOT and NYISO that promote greater supply and load DER market participation opportunities, aiming to reduce DER market barriers, more accurately compensate resource participation and allow for increased third-party aggregation models.

CAISO Holds Highest Market Potential for a DER

                     Source: GTM Research

CAISO is taking on California's ambitious renewable portfolio standards and the increasing penetration of DERs by revising market rules to better integrate smaller-scale resources into its markets. Around the country, ERCOT and NYISO have also proposed regulations to open up new market opportunities for DERs. As traditional value streams such as net metering tariffs lessen and potentially tail off, these opportunities to participate in wholesale markets will become increasingly important to DER economics.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

  • Key Findings

2. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas: A First Glimpse of the Future Vision Emerges in DREAM Proposals

  • Current ERCOT Wholesale Market Structure
  • Customer-Side DER participation in ERCOT Demand Response
  • DER Participation Beyond Demand Response
  • Market Proposals for Greater DER Participation: DREAM

3. New York Independent System Operator: High Barriers to Entry Constrain Participation

  • DER Participation in NYISO Demand Response Market
  • Aggregation in Demand-Side Ancillary Services Program
  • System Planning Under a Distribution System Platform

4. California Independent System Operator: Regulators Push for New Aggregation Models

  • Major Dockets Addressing DER Opportunities
  • Evolution of Demand Response in CAISO
  • CAISO Demand Response Bifurcation
  • Changing CPUC Perspective: IDSM to IDSR
  • Distributed Energy Resource Provider

5. Comparative Analysis of ISOs: CAISO, ERCOT AND NYISO

6. Appendix

List of Figures

1. Introduction

  • CAISO Holds Highest Market Potential for DERs
  • Proposed DER Market Options Under ERCOT's DREAM Working Group
  • NYISO Demand Response Programs
  • CAISO VS CPUC

2. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas: A First Glimpse of the Future Vision Emerges in DREAM Proposals

  • Present ERCOT Demand Response Wholesale Market Structure
  • Demand-side DERs Participating in ERCOT Demand-Response Programs
  • Proposed DER Market Options Under ERCOT's DREAM Working Group

3. New York Independent System Operator: High Barriers to Entry Constrain Participation

  • NYISO Demand Response Wholesale Participation
  • NYISO Demand Response Programs
  • NYISO Demand Response Product Comparison
  • Demand-Side Ancillary Services Program (DSASP)
  • Stakeholder Responsibilities in Ancillary Services Markets
  • DSPs' Increased Role in System Planning
  • Proposed REV Market Design: Stakeholder Interactions
  • DSP Evolution
  • Initially Accepted REV Demonstration Projects

4. California Independent System Operator: Regulators Push for New Aggregation Models

  • Major Dockets Addressing DER Opportunities in California
  • Evolution of Demand Response in CAISO
  • Evolution of Demand Response in CAISO: Setting the Stage
  • Shift in Utility Regulatory Framework
  • California IOU Recovery of Cost Filings
  • DERP Framework
  • CAISO's DERP Framework
  • DERP Aggregation Comparison

5. Comparative Analysis of ISOs: CAISO, ERCOT AND NYISO

  • CAISO Holds Highest Market Potential for DERs
  • Detailed Comparison of ISO Market Potential for DER Participation
  • ISO Market Telemetry Requirements

6. Appendix

  • ISO Market and Utility DSM Products
  • DER Application Feasibility
  • NYISO Ancillary Services
  • PJM Demand Response Wholesale Participation
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