Power Market Operators and Participants See a Glimmer of Optimism in Current Chaos Compared to just five years ago, today’s U.S. power landscape has been transformed. Low natural gas prices, market dynamics, technical issues, and policies that favor renewables precipitated the closure of five nuclear reactors since 2013, seven others are slated to shutter soon, … Continue reading Power Market Operators and Participants See a Glimmer of Optimism in Current Chaos
Innotap PowerFeed for Excel Realtime Data Delivery to Your Spreadsheet Provides realtime data from market sources such as PJM, Midwest ISO (MISO), Texas (ERCOT), California (CAISO), New England (ISO-NE), New York (NYISO), Southwest Power Pool (SPP), NOAA, Transco, etc. that can be referenced and manipulated inside Excel® spreadsheets, where the data displayed is automatically updated … Continue reading Realtime Energy Trading with Innotap® PowerFeed® for Excel®
March 4, 2015 — The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last week increased its pressure on PJM and MISO to resolve their longstanding boundary issues. FERC said it was considering taking action “to improve the efficiency of operations” at the RTOs’ seam,according to RTO Insider. Read the full article at RTO Insider.
From the February 24, 2015 issue of Public Power Daily Originally published February 23, 2015 By Paul Ciampoli News Director Independent system operators (ISOs) and regional transmission organizations (RTOs) recently submitted reports to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on fuel assurance issues in response to a directive from the commission issued in late 2014. Read … Continue reading Grid operators address fuel assurance issues in filings made at FERC