November 28, 2023

General Electric

New Pa. Generator Hedging Gas Prices with Ethane
If natural gas prices rise from their low prices, CPV's 1,050-MW Fairview Energy Center near Johnstown, Pa., can add up to 25% ethane into its fuel mix.
MISO Keeps Cards Close on Market Platform Details
MISO would only discuss GE’s performance in the Technology Committee’s closed session because the RTO is negotiating contracts with multiple vendors.
MISO Seeking Multiple Vendors for Market Platform Redesign
MISO will attempt to divide its ongoing market platform replacement into a series of smaller agreements with vendors rather than one large contract.
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MISO Board of Directors Briefs: Dec. 6, 2018
The MISO Board of Directors approved allocating $20.5 million for another year of the RTO’s ongoing effort to replace its market platform.
MISO Platform Replacement Risks Delay, Budget Overrun
MISO’s effort to replace its market platform will likely come in slightly over budget and is at risk of delay because of project snags with vendor GE.
CPV: Subsidies, not Gas Fears, Challenge for New Plants
Competitive Power Ventures celebrated the opening of its new Towantic Energy Center, an 805-MW combined cycle gas-fired power plant in Oxford, Conn.
GE Power Pitches its Global Perspective to IPPNY
At the IPPNY Fall Conference, a GE Power exec argued that companies should focus on making their generators more efficient rather than building new.
NYISO Provides Update on Capacity Export Concerns
NYISO updated stakeholders on its response to concerns over capacity exports, providing a status report on modeling revisions.
MISO Market Subcommittee Briefs
A roundup of news from the MISO Market Subcommittee on Dec. 1, 2015.
Developer Questions Need for PSEG Projects Without ‘Wheel’
A transmission developer asked PJM to determine if four projects in the PSE&G territory  are still necessary if Con Edison makes good on its threat to terminate the “PSEG wheel” to route power into New York City.

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