July 15, 2024

forward clean energy market (FCEM)

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PJM MRC Briefs: Oct. 25, 2023
The PJM Markets and Reliability Committee rejected a proposal to change the rules for how generators with co-located load may enter into the capacity market during its Oct. 25 meeting.
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Form Energy Wants to Bring Long-duration Storage to New England
Form Energy hopes to use its long-duration iron-air batteries to firm up renewable energy generation across extended stretches in New England.
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New England Stakeholders Discuss Clean Energy Market Mechanisms
New England energy industry leaders met at the 29th annual New England Energy Conference and Exposition to discuss regionwide clean energy market mechanisms.
What’s Next for Massachusetts’ FCEM Proposal?
Massachusetts kicked off the year by giving new life to a longtime goal of many New England energy advocates: developing a Forward Clean Energy Market.
Massachusetts Floats FCEM Proposal
The energy department of outgoing Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker left a gift on the governor’s last day in office: a Forward Clean Energy Market proposal.
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NE States, ISO-NE Start to Wrestle with Next Steps on Pathways
New England is wrestling with the practical realities of implementing any of the regional policy options for decarbonization analyzed in its Pathways Study.
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State Regulators Weigh in on New England Pathways Study
Utility regulators from Maine and Massachusetts shared their thoughts on the path forward on Pathways.
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EPSA Panel Debates Role of ISOs, RTOs in Decarbonization
Organized power markets may be more successful at decarbonizing the energy supply, but they face challenges in meeting ambitious policy goals, experts say.
Analysis Group
Draft Study Weighs Tradeoffs of CO2 Pricing, FCEM for ISO-NE
A draft study evaluating ways to decarbonize New England’s power sector finds multiple advantages for carbon pricing, but also significant tradeoffs.
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ISO-NE, States Seek to Build on ‘Alignment’ Efforts
Resource adequacy concerns and market rules and transmission infrastructure to support state clean energy policies highlight the issues facing ISO-NE in 2022.

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