An earlier post discussed a complaint by the New England Power Generators Association (NEPGA) arguing that the inclusion of a large, high-cost generating plant in an upcoming  capacity market auction will artificially suppress clearing prices. NEPGA has withdrawn its complaint because the generating plant’s owner has decided to retire it and, accordingly, the plant will

An earlier post discussed a complaint filed at FERC by the New England Power Generators Association (NEPGA) arguing that one of New England’s capacity market rules “will have a catastrophic impact on clearing prices” in the  upcoming February 3 capacity market auction.  NEPGA’s concern is that a large, high-cost generating plant will be counted toward

One aspect of New England’s capacity market rules “will have a catastrophic impact on clearing prices” in an upcoming auction according to a recent complaint filed at FERC by the New England Power Generators Association (NEPGA). The auction-based wholesale electricity capacity market operated by ISO New England secures one-year commitments to supply electricity three years