Additional Market Renewal Resources

Information Sessions for Local Distribution Companies

The IESO is hosting a series of webinars for Local Distribution Companies on Market Renewal and potential impacts to LDC processes and tools.

Introduction to Market Renewal and the Incremental Capacity Auction - August 17, 2018

Improving the way Ontario acquires the resources to meet longer-term resource adequacy needs through an Incremental Capacity Auction (ICA) is one of the key initiatives of Market Renewal. The ICA will develop an enduring market-based mechanism that will secure incremental capacity to help ensure Ontario’s reliability needs are met cost effectively. As part of the auction process, participants may seek new project connections or modifications to existing connections to the distribution system.

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Incremental Capacity Auction – Technical Session - August 29, 2018

This webinar will be a follow-up to the previous Incremental Capacity Auction discussion. This session will focus on the technical aspects on potential distribution connection coordination opportunities. This session will be of particular interest to planning, operational, and regulatory specialists.

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Please provide feedback by September 21, 2018, to engagement@ieso.ca using this form. Feedback received will be summarized and will help inform further discussions at future stakeholder engagement meetings.

Introduction to Market Renewal and the Energy Workstream - September 18, 2018

This webinar will discuss Market Renewal and the initiatives in the Energy workstream - including changes to the nearer-term acquisition and dispatch of energy. The initiatives (the single schedule market, the day-ahead market and the enhanced real-time unit commitment mechanism) will impact the IESO-LDC settlement processes and tools. 

Webcast registration URL:  https://www.meetview.com/ieso20180918/

 

Recorded Webinar: Request for Information about Non-emitting Resources

On December 21, 2017, the IESO hosted an information webinar to explain more about the Request for Information to be issued in February on the role of the non-emitting resources sector in the future electricity marketplace.

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Recorded Webinar: Market Renewal Contracts

On October 31, 2017, the IESO hosted an information webinar on the Market Renewal Program aimed at electricity supply contract holders, who are also market participants.

During this webinar, the IESO provided an overview of the Market Renewal Program and discussed at a high-level the potential implications to existing contracts. The IESO also provided a framework and timing for future discussions related to contracts.

Access the recorded webinar or view the PowerPoint presentation.

Stakeholder Feedback: APPrOConsortium | Innergex | Northland Power | IESO Response to Stakeholder Feedback

 

Brochure: Creating the Electricity Marketplace of Tomorrow

Creating the Electricity Marketplace of Tomorrow highlights the efforts of the IESO and stakeholders to update the current electricity market. These changes will ensure that Ontarians have a stable and reliable supply of electricity at the lowest cost while those working in the sector can rely on a stable, robust market that is prepared for whatever the future might hold.

 

Education Workshops

The IESO hosted a number of education workshops in early 2107 to help stakeholders, market participants and the broader sector to better understand the design elements of the Market Renewal Program.  Recorded presentations for each of these sessions are available below.

Please note that registration is required to access these presentations.

Presentation Date
Market Design Overview - Recorded Presentation January 25, 2017
 Single Schedule - Recorded Presentation February 8, 2017 
 Capacity Market - Recorded Presentation February 15, 2017 
Day-Ahead Market- Recorded Presentation February 22, 2017
Real-Time Unit Commitment- Recorded Presentation February 22, 2017