ERCOT’s Board of Directors unanimously approved staff’s determination that no market changes are currently needed to address price formation issues as a result of DC tie flows during emergency events.Read More
The Lignite Energy Council, a North Dakota coal lobbying group, reportedly plans to approach MISO and SPP in an effort to have them pay more for coal-fired generation. | North Dakota StudiesRead More
PJM’s market design and Exelon’s control of local generation allow the company to name its price for capacity commitments in the Chicago area, according to an energy economist advising the state of Illinois. | PJMRead More
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