NYISO stakeholders debated the need to consider the possibility that carbon pricing could occasionally leave New York electricity consumers paying into the carbon revenue account rather than drawing from it. | Brattle GroupRead 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
NYISO on Monday recommended that its carbon pricing proposal no longer include a mechanism that would make emissions-free resources with existing renewable energy credit contracts pay the LBMP carbon component. | Brattle GroupRead More
An independent study suggests that New York’s effort to price carbon into its electricity market could result in reduced CO2 emissions from generators in neighboring areas, rather than an uptick due to “carbon leakage,” a state task forcelearned Monday. | Resources for the FutureRead More
A carbon charge would only slightly impact New York’s wholesale energy prices over the coming decade, with any increase offset by benefits, a new report commissioned by NYISO says. | The Brattle GroupRead More
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