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ISO New England Capacity Price To Decrease In 2021-2022
The ISO New England 12th Forward Capacity Market (FCM) auction (FCA #12) closed at a preliminary clearing price of $4.63 per kilowatt-month (kW-month)...
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FERC Closes Investigation Of Alleged Capacity Market Manipulation Citing Insufficient Evidence
In an annual report of enforcement activities, FERC Staff reported that, among the closed investigations in FY2017, was the investigation into bidding...
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ISO-NE Outlines Transfer Payments, Substitution Auction To Accommodate "Subsidized" Capacity in FCM
ISO New England has proposed a "substitution" auction, which includes transfer payments among capacity supplies, to address what it called a "collisio...
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New England Generators Seek FERC Clarification On Refund Of Peak Energy Rent Adjustments
The New England Power Generators Association (NEPGA) has sought clarification, or to the extent necessary rehearing, of a recent FERC order which foun...
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ISO-NE Reports Price From 2020-21 Capacity Auction
ISO New England's 11th Forward Capacity Market (FCM) auction (FCA #11), for the delivery year 2020-2021, closed at a preliminary, system-wide clearing...
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Senators Slam ISO-NE "Inaccurate" Capacity Market Parameters Which Led To Drastic Price Increases
Garbage in, garbage out. That's apparently what contributed, in part, to drastic capacity price increases in ISO New England, members of the New Engl...
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ISO-NE: Remaining Uplift in Market Largely "Intrinsic"; No Easy Solution
Uplift remaining in the ISO New England market is largely, "intrinsic," to the operation of an efficient, least-cost power system in which energy is p...
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NRG, PSEG Announce New Generation Clears ISO-NE Capacity Auction
NRG Energy, Inc. to announced its Canal 3 development project, a 333 MW gas turbine peaker located on Cape Cod, cleared the ISO-New England tenth forw...
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ISO-NE Files "Reforms" To Capacity Market To Address Retirement, Market Power Issues
ISO New England has filed capacity auction tariff revisions at FERC to provide a means for capacity suppliers to price the potential retirement of exi...
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New England: Next 4 Years Of Electricity Costs Looking Bleak (Capacity Costs)
The Manchester, NH Union Leader looks at ominous increases in New England capacity costs in the future See the Union Leader for the story...
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ISO-NE Files to Terminate Peak Energy Rent (Capacity Market Clawback)
ISO New England filed at FERC to terminate, effective June 1, 2019, the current peak energy rent mechanism, which functions as a clawback of capacity ...
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Generators Point to This Winter's Low Prices As Auguring Against Regulated Infrastructure Investment
Merchant generators in New England are pointing to this winter's relative calm pricing as auguring against significant infrastructure investment by re...
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ISO-NE Selects NU-National Grid Transmission Project to Address Boston Reliability
ISO New England has selected the Eversource Energy (formerly Northeast Utilities) and National Grid alternating current (AC) transmission proposal as ...
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Exelon Generation to Develop Peaker in Massachusetts
Exelon Generation announced that it will add 195 megawatts (MW) of fast-starting electric generation capacity in Massachusetts, with two new generatio...
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Generators Want to Eliminate Clawback in Capacity Market; Energy Market Participation Subsidized
The New England Power Generators Association has filed a complaint at FERC to ultimately eliminate the Peak Energy Rent (PER) Adjustment in the ISO Ne...
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