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This Week in California Energy Markets
Updated: May 20, 2016
  • PANC Forum Focuses on CAISO Expansion ...
  • Natural Gas, Coal and Renewables Bills on the Move ...
  • FERC Won't Budge on EIM Market Power Tests ...
Energy Imbalance Market Savings
Updated: May 18, 2016
Estimated gross benefits for the energy imbalance market rose in the first quarter as NV Energy joined the market and CAISO exported a significant amount of renewable energy.
Clearing Up
This Week in Clearing Up
Updated: May 20, 2016
  • Council Reports FY 2015 Fish and Wildlife Program Costs Two Ways...
  • OPUC ‘Reluctantly’ Rejects NIPPC Petition to Slow PacifiCorp RFPs...
  • FERC Stands Firm on Concern Over Berkshire Market Power in EIM, Western BAAs...
NRF Includes Flat Loads; More EE, Solar; Gassy, Windy Future
Updated: May 18, 2016
The 2016 Northwest Regional Forecast, a summation of anticipated utility loads and resources over the coming decade, underscores several key trends, including flatter load growth, mild concern over meeting peaks, a greener regional portfolio, diminishing coal, and hydro as a bedrock resource.
Western Price Survey
Were It Not for Aliso, Summer Reliability Would Be a Breeze
Updated: May 20, 2016
California should have adequate generating resources to meet peak summer demand, but Southern California still faces the possibility of rolling black-outs from the moratorium on injections at the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility, according to the CAISO 2016 Summer Assessment released this week.


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