ISO-NE draft report: Market revenues not sufficient for new resource development

by Robert Walton, Utility Dive
August 7, 2017

Dive Brief:
• The draft version of an ISO-New England study on resource expansion scenarios concludes wholesale energy markets will not be sufficient to keep new resources economically viable, absent additional revenues.

• The draft also finds that renewable energy will reduce the need for natural gas, but gas-fired units will still set the marginal cost in both 2025 and 2030.

• The grid operator stresses the study, “2016 NEPOOL Scenario Analysis,” is not a final document and specific figures could change. ISO-NE has given stakeholders until Aug. 23 to provide comment.

New resources “will require sources of revenue in addition to the wholesale energy market to remain economically viable,” ISO-NE expects.

» Read the full article

» 2016 NEPOOL Scenario Analysis


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