New England’s proposed capacity market reform would force generators to ‘Be There or Else.’
Bruce W. Radford
Facing worries about resource adequacy, ISO New England proposes changes that would penalize generators that fail to perform when needed -- for any reason. Market players say it can only work if the system operator allows for reasonable exceptions.
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