FERC Order 841: Market Opportunities and Unanswered Questions

by Daniel Finn-Foley

FERC Order 841 will ensure energy storage’s eligibility in wholesale markets, but project economics are still unfavorable in all but the most niche and well-understood applications. Capturing a slice of the billions of dollars in energy and capacity markets remains unfeasible for storage without layering multiple revenue streams, but as interconnection queues swell with proposed storage facilities it is clear that developers and investors see the newly level playing field as the missing piece to spur the innovation and create bright prospects for storage in the future.

This report provides a comprehensive look at FERC Order 841 and it's implications, including background, energy storage participation and current ISO rules, and opportunity analysis of capacity, ancillary services and energy markets.


This report is part of GTM Research's Energy Storage Service. To learn more, please contact storagesubscription@gtmresearch.com.

 

Daniel Finn-Foley Senior Analyst, Energy Storage

Dan is a Senior Analyst with the Energy Storage team at GTM Research, where he focuses on utility-scale storage application. He previously worked as a Senior Consultant with DNV GL where he focused on competitive energy markets and the intersection of emerging energy business strategies within the broader evolving technological and regulatory environment. Prior to DNV GL, Dan worked with Navigant Consulting and the Department of Energy. He has over 8 years of experience in the energy space as a researcher, consultant and analyst. Dan holds a Master’s of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Wind Energy Center and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics-Physics from Brown University.

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