This paper deals with the issues and opportunities New England faces in getting retail loads to provide some of the real-power ancillary services and to participate in the markets for these services. The paper focuses on the three contingency reserves that are deployed throughout the Northeast: 10-minute spinning reserve, 10-minute nonspinning (supplemental) reserve, and 30-minute (replacement) reserve.
Opportunities for Demand Participation in New England Contingency-Reserve Markets
February 1, 2003
- Eric Hirst ,
- Brendan Kirby