The indefinite mothballing of a 470-MW coal-fired plant has reduced ERCOT’s “pretty scary” reserve margin of 8.1% to 7.4%, prodding the Texas Public Utility Commission into ordering several market changes.Read More
The NYISO working group charged with shepherding carbon pricing into New York’s wholesale electricity market kicked off its efforts by taking up the issue of how import and export transactions would be handled. | NYISORead More
PJM’s proposed revisions to how it prices reserves in its energy market necessitates changes in the RTO’s capacity market to prevent substantial overpayment by customers for electricity, Monitor Joe Bowring said. | Monitoring AnalyticsRead More
CAISO will make permanent a once-temporary practice of boosting its power reserves to account for utility-scale solar tripping offline because of inverters problem, something NERC has identified as a major reliability issue.Read More
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