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July 23, 2024
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When is A MWh Not A MWh?
PJM likens locational marginal pricing to a taxi ride. When traffic is light, one can expect a consistent and predictable fare, like a period with little congestion on the grid. Heavy traffic means a higher fare, similar to pricing during congestion on the transmission system.
PJM likens locational marginal pricing to a taxi ride. When traffic is light, one can expect a consistent and predictable fare, like a period with little congestion on the grid. Heavy traffic means a higher fare, similar to pricing during congestion on the transmission system. | PJM
Tony Clark and Vince Duane question whether the single marginal price construct still works with the increase in low-cost intermittent resources.
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