Seth Hilton Quoted on Benefits of California’s New Resource Adequacy Rules

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In a new article, Seth Hilton shares with S&P Global Commodity Insights his thoughts on the implications for load-serving entities in California of new rules that will require them to show they have sufficient capacity to meet their customers’ electricity demand for all 24 hours of the California ISO’s most stressful or “worst day” in a given month.

The rules, approved by the California Public Utilities Commission in early April, will be tested in 2024 and, barring any issues, go into effect in 2025. They define “worst day” as the day of the month with the hour containing “the highest coincident peak load forecast.”

For his part, veteran energy development attorney Hilton believes the rules will be beneficial but notes they will necessitate changes in how renewable energy, energy storage, and other resources are valued for providing resource adequacy.

You can read the full article here.

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