Indian Point Nuclear plant
Concerned residents complained to NY officials that they lack representation on the board overseeing the Indian Point nuclear plant decommissioning.
Multiple cold weather close calls in January highlighted what ISO-NE says are vulnerabilities in the region's grid.
The NYISO Market Monitor reported energy markets performed competitively in the second quarter of 2021, with all-in prices ranging from $21 to $67/MWh.
Entergy took a $340 million hit to its earnings during the second quarter when it closed its sale of Indian Point Energy Center to Holtec International.
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Another complaint aimed at stopping the shutdown of a nuclear power plant on reliability grounds met its end at FERC's monthly open meeting.
New York will see an increase in new natural gas plants and hours of operation of existing plants after the Indian Point Nuclear Energy Center closes.
New York citizens feel officials should focus their greening efforts on employment, particularly in creating new clean energy jobs.
NYISO must set a deadline for completing final market power reviews on retiring generators, FERC ruled.
NYISO asked FERC to deny the Entergy request that the commission clarify the deadline for Indian Point's market power review.
Entergy asked FERC to clarify the deadline for NYISO to complete a final market power review for the deactivation of the Indian Point nuclear plant.
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