New Jersey’s bid to force prices downward in PJM’s capacity market not only raises the alarm about market manipulation. It also reveals a dilemma that’s preventing new generation from being built...
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is, and always will, be Xcel personnel.
“Risk analyses are becoming more complex, so companies like ours increasingly are relying on technology,” he says. “But you still need the brain power. In risk management you find a lot of modelers, but they don’t have the utility business background. You need personnel with utility operations experience, people that know how a wholesale system works, who can interpret the data from that perspective and choose the best solution going forward. And that’s never going to change.”