Innotap’s Day-Ahead LMP forecast for Western Hub was within .12 cents of the 16 hour On-Peak average for 9-7-17 – that’s an accuracy rate of 99.5% ! How did you do ?
KING OF PRUSSIA, PA–Innotap announced today the launch of a new best in class Day Ahead LMP (DALMP) Forecasting application as part of its suite of Realtime Power Market Intelligence services. “Two years ago, realizing the dramatic changes coming to the wholesale power market, we decided to invest in the development of innovative predictive analytics … Continue reading Innotap Launches New Day Ahead LMP Forecaster
Innotap is participating in the LDC Gas Northeast Forum at the Westin Copley in Boston, MA, June 6-8. Jack Maydick, Innotap’s head of North American Sales and Marketing, is moderating the Gas Buyers Panel.
KING OF PRUSSIA, PA — May 10, 2016 — Innotap, the leading provider of realtime decision support apps for the energy industry, announced today that it has engaged Jack Maydick, President of Jack Maydick LLC, as Chief Sales Advisor for North American Sales and Marketing, effective May 3, 2016. “Jack is a veteran sales leader … Continue reading Innotap Announces New Chief Sales Advisor, North American Sales and Marketing
Innotap will be attending the PJM Annual Meeting of Members at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina in Cambridge, MD, May 17-19.
Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Innotap Receives 2016 Best of King of Prussia Award King of Prussia Award Program Honors the Achievement KING OF PRUSSIA April 14, 2016 — Innotap has been selected for the 2016 Best of King of Prussia Award in the Software Company category by the King of Prussia Award Program. Each … Continue reading Innotap Receives 2016 Best of King of Prussia Award for a Software Company
September 17, 2015 FERC Orders Alignment in Dispatch, Settlements By Rich Heidorn Jr. FERC issued a preliminary order Thursday that would require RTOs and ISOs to align their settlement and dispatch intervals, saying it was the first of a number of proposals the commission plans to act on based on what it learned from the … Continue reading NOPR Requires PJM, MISO, ISO-NE Switch to 5-Minute Settlements
Jeff St. John September 15, 2015 This summer, Texas grid operator ERCOT started working on ideas for opening the state’s energy markets to distributed energy resources, by allowing the grid-scale aggregation of rooftop customer-sited generators. It’s a move similar to those being taken in solar-rich states like California and Hawaii, only with Texas’ unique deregulated … Continue reading Texas Mulls the Market Power of Distributed Energy Resources
By Robert Walton | September 15, 2015 Dive Brief: • Texas wind generation spiked over the weekend and stayed strong into Monday, ultimately sending prices into negative territory. • Wind farms in the state set a new record of almost 11,500 MW on Sunday night, besting a previous record set in February. • The grid … Continue reading Record wind generation pushes ERCOT prices into negative territory
Published: Sept 14, 2015 9:00 a.m. ET Need to Prevent Premature Nuclear Plant Shutdowns NEW YORK, Sep 14, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) — New York’s four nuclear energy plants contribute approximately $2.47 billion to the state’s gross domestic product (GDP), in addition to other economic and societal benefits, according to a new study conducted by economists … Continue reading Economic Report Finds That Nuclear Power Plants Contribute Nearly $2.5 Billion to New York’s GDP and Avoid 26 Million Tons of Carbon Dioxide Emissions