By Rao Konidena Editor’s note: This is the third and final installment of a series of articles breaking down the FERC interconnection NOPR. Check out the first article in the series, “Breaking down the FERC interconnection NOPR,” as well as Part 2, “How FERC plans to speed up interconnection queues.”
As part of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) on generator interconnection, FERC proposed that co-located resources can share an interconnection request, was convinced about the “fuel-based dispatch” to reduce the instances of expensive network upgrades for worst-case interconnection studies, and expanded ride-through requirements to include under-voltage and over-voltage conditions.
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