A comparative analysis of proposals filed by six U.S. RTO/ISOs in order to comply with the requirements of FERC Order 841. This work examines the participation models proposed for energy storage resources, and includes a case study of each RTO/ISOs treatment of state of charge management. The proposals are analyzed in the context of private and social value optimization, with the concept of "value stacking" at the forefront of the analysis.
University of Minnesota M.S. thesis. May 2019. Major: Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy. Advisor: Gabriel Chan. 1 computer file (PDF); vi, 81 pages.
Market Rules in Transition: Energy Storage Value and the U.S. Electric Grid.
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