New rule would align price settlements with real-time dispatch.
A readily available option for storage may be coordinating existing devices that have untapped storage capacity
Cheap natural gas is not just hurting coal. It’s doing the same to nuclear.
Are regulators managing market manipulation?
What goes up doesn’t always come down.
Time-varying rates from the get-go – not just by opt-in.
New England’s proposed capacity market reform would force generators to ‘Be There or Else.’
Portable small-scale generators could keep vital services on line during a major power outage.
High-voltage generation reserves cost more than would portable, small-scale units to keep critical services on line during a major power outage.
Original-cost ratemaking doesn’t suit the challenges facing utilities today.
Levelized rates can serve customers’ interests, while also accelerating capital investment and providing an economic stimulus to the economy.