Dynegy, PSEG Power Report Results From PJM Capacity Auction
Dynegy announced that it cleared a total of 10,217 megawatts (MW) at a weighted average clearing price of $122.19 per megawatt-day equating to approximately $456 million(1)(2) in capacity revenues for the 2020/2021 planning year in PJM's recent base residual capacity auction
This total includes Dynegy’s PJM fleet that cleared 9,772 MW at a weighted average price of $124.27 per megawatt-day for total capacity revenues of $443 million and exports from MISO to PJM that cleared 444 MW at a weighted average price of $76.53 per megawatt-day for total capacity revenues of $13 million.
Dynegy’s facilities in DEOK cleared 928 MW at a weighted average price of $130.00 per megawatt-day for total capacity revenues of $44 million for the Dicks Creek, Miami Fort and Zimmer facilities.
The table below lists Dynegy’s cleared capacity and associated clearing price for the 2020/2021 capacity auction by zone.
Zone Clearing Price MW Cleared
RTO(3) $76.53 5,052
DEOK $130.00 928
COMED $188.12 3,154
MAAC $86.04 547
EMAAC $187.87 536
TOTAL $122.19 10,217
(1) Includes Troy and Armstrong, set to be sold to LS Power pending approval.
(2) Excludes any cleared capacity associated with the purchase of the AES-owned portion of Miami Fort and Zimmer.
(3) Includes 444 MW of MISO imports.
Separately, Public Service Enterprise Group's subsidiary company, PSEG Power, reported that it cleared approximately 7,800 megawatts (MWs) at a weighted average clearing price of $174 per megawatt-day in the 2020/21 PJM capacity auction