米国の電力市場におけるDER (分散型エネルギー源) 参加の調整：CAISO・ERCOT・NYISO
Regulating DER Participation in U.S. Electricity Markets: CAISO, ERCOT and NYISO
|発行||Greentech Media Inc.||商品コード||344208|
|米国の電力市場におけるDER (分散型エネルギー源) 参加の調整：CAISO・ERCOT・NYISO Regulating DER Participation in U.S. Electricity Markets: CAISO, ERCOT and NYISO|
|出版日: 2015年10月28日||ページ情報: 英文||
当レポートは、CAISO (カリフォルニア独立系統運用機関) 、ERCOR (テキサス電気信頼度協議会) 、およびNYISO (ニューヨーク独立系統運用機関) において最近提案・実行されたホールセール市場の規制について調査しています。
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.