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PMT Editor Feb 13
Join Monitoring Analytics President Joseph Bowring, VP of Market Services Adam Keech, Sustainable Project Sr. Advocate Tom Rutigliano, and President & CEO Todd Snitchler on 2/26 webinar:
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Platts Power Mar 4
. editor Glen Boshart and Analytics power market analyst Kieran Kemmerer discuss the potential market impacts of 's with | Listen here (20:24):
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J.C. Kibbey Feb 11
Lost on me how anyone could suggest with a straight face that moves us towards more ideal power markets. It kneecaps state support for clean energy but ignores $20 billion a year in federal fossil fuel subsidies. Picking winners is the *point*.
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Arianna Skibell May 13
It's now "literally impossible" for offshore wind to clear the PJM capacity market, says 's Tom Rutigliano. & I take a look at how the could impact state's aggressive clean energy goals.
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Environmental Law Institute Apr 24
Learn about state clean energy policies in the wake of FERC’s decision at the next Energy Policy Roundtable in the PJM, to be held via webinar on 4/28:
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Anthony Logan Sep 23
Can't wait until next week for that sweet, sweet content? My colleague Daniel Munoz-Alvarez and I will be hosting a free(!) webinar tomorrow(!) presenting our take on the MOPR's impact in upcoming capacity auctions.
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American Wind Energy Association Mar 24
. market participants see brighter path forward under compliance plan, via
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Arianna Skibell May 15
"This is turning into quite the soap opera" -- Maryland's top regulator told me he won't leave capacity market without the approval of state lawmakers
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E&E News May 19
Some energy analysts warn that a controversial Federal Energy Regulatory Commission order late last year to expand the so-called minimum offer price rule could cost electricity consumers billions of dollars.
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Madeline Fleisher Mar 25
I keep my promises to ! Here's a brief overview of the compliance filing to add to the mix, if you're looking for a really light read as a break from the ongoing public health crisis:
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Karen Palmer Jan 17
Take the quiz below and join us next Wednesday for a lively discussion of ’s PJM .
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Public Power Jan 22
A order directing PJM Interconnection to implement a sweeping expansion of its current minimum offer price rule (MOPR) will expose utilities and their customers to the risk of having to pay twice for new capacity resources.
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Consumer Energy Alliance May 21
"I'm a big believer in the business case for clean energy, for renewables. But the cost of renewables has dropped to where they can compete on their own footing" Needed subsidies at start, but not anymore. "will provide accurate price signals to the market."
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Tim Echols Feb 10
With 70s music playing, we are about to kick off our first General Session. And based on the sentiment about the , we may be going back to the 70s in other ways.
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kkaufmann Dec 20
. move to raise capacity market bids shows 'clear bias' against new, clean generation: Glick -- could impact solar+storage access to power markets. via
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CPV Energy Feb 6
CPV's Tom Rumsey talks about 's recent ruling with "Protecting markets from out-of-market subsidies and putting a price on carbon will drive a lower carbon energy future." Read more:
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Mark Burger May 28
State-federal tension 'at an all time high' between , net metering attack, says head regulator via
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Christopher Martin Feb 20
Expansion: Federal regulators rejected a New York grid operator’s request to exclude some clean energy resources from a state power market via
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Advanced Energy Economy Mar 30
Join AEE's latest webinar on April 7th! Register here:
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Gregory Wetstone Sep 18
Very glad to see Order No. 2222. opened up the nation’s wholesale energy markets to aggregated by removing barriers to their integration. Now let’s remove the barriers for new technologies in our nation’s capacity markets.
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