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Texas regulators are pushing a performance credit mechanism that requires load-serving entities to buy performance-based credits from generation resources.
The decades-long move to competitive wholesale and retail electric markets still stirs controversy, but the benefits sway attitudes, former regulators say.
Competitive generators and others discussed market changes at the Electric Power Supply Association Competitive Power Summit at the National Press Club.
Extreme weather events have brought “extraordinary clarity” about reliability risks posed by climate change, NERC CEO Jim Robb told an EPSA conference.
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.
A panel of conservative electricity market experts argued that markets work better than public policy at encouraging and developing clean energy resources.
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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