December 2, 2023

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Proposed ERCOT Market Redesigns ‘Capacity-ish’ to Some
Texas regulators are pushing a performance credit mechanism that requires load-serving entities to buy performance-based credits from generation resources.
Electricity Markets Benefit from Competition, Former Regulators Say
The decades-long move to competitive wholesale and retail electric markets still stirs controversy, but the benefits sway attitudes, former regulators say.
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Overheard at EPSA Competitive Power Summit 2022
Competitive generators and others discussed market changes at the Electric Power Supply Association Competitive Power Summit at the National Press Club.
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NERC Chief: ‘Longer, Deeper, Broader’ Weather Presents New Reliability Challenges
Extreme weather events have brought “extraordinary clarity” about reliability risks posed by climate change, NERC CEO Jim Robb told an EPSA conference.
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Stakeholder Soapbox: Midwest Lessons on the Value of Transmission Independence and Competition
The Midwest has become ground zero for the future of transmission policy because of incumbent TOs' stifling control, R Street Institute's Devin Hartman says.
Conservatives Tout RTOs over Regulations as Enviro Solution
A panel of conservative electricity market experts argued that markets work better than public policy at encouraging and developing clean energy resources.
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Stakeholder Soapbox: Advancing Grid Parity
R Street Institute's Devin Hartman discusses anti-competitive flaws in RTO transmission policy and ways to level the playing field to encourage innovation.

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