“Corrosive.” “Seriously flawed.” On the “brink of market failure.”That’s what critics say about New England’s forward capacity market (FCM), whereby ISO New England conducts...
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New England grapples with excess capacity and rock-bottom prices.
How Congress opened another can of worms with its call for regional joint boards to study power-plant dispatch.
NERC’s new cyber security rules may minimize cost of compliance, but they leave utilities guessing on how to identify risks.
California defends its cogen feed-in tariff—complete with its own virtual carbon tax.
By trying to placate regulated states—letting utilities “opt out” from its capacity market—PJM finds its RPM idea under fire.
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Bruce W. Radford
Bruce W. Radford is publisher of Public Utilities Fortnightly.
we’re doing is we’re designing everything from the bottom-up.
“I think that’s just a basic flaw.”