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PJM’s hot summer fails to generate demand

PJM representatives have stated that increases in solar net metering, conservation efforts, and more efficient electronic devices as possible reasons for the lower peak load.   This summer in the PJM Interconnection was hotter than the prior three, but systemwide peakload was lower than the highest peakload for those years, and PJM staffers are unsure […]

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Tradition Energy Price Forecast 2015 – MidYear Update SAVE THE DATE!

This year, the energy markets have presented savvy energy buyers with numerous opportunities to lock-in low rates not seen in several years. Will the low-price environment continue? Or, will prices change course as we push through the second half of the year? SAVE THE DATE!  to join Tradition Energy on Thursday, July 30, for an informative discussion outlining […]

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Power outage spikes PJM prices

A power outage that left 28,000 customers in the District of Columbia and Maryland in the dark also sent real-time prices higher, Platts reported. The locational marginal price for BGE exceeded $500/MWh, and Pepco prices reached approximately $400/MWh. According to a statement from the Washington, D.C., office of the mayor, the outage “was the result […]

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