Every month, our team analyzes the latest events and market moves in regions around the country and in Mexico to bring you insights into the energy landscape. In this month’s Insights, find out how COVID continues to affect the energy landscape, what wildfire season may bring, and more.
New England: Find out the latest on FERC’s approval of the interim New England fuel security program, and how the program could affect third party retail charges during upcoming winter months.
New York: Find out why meeting state climate goals will require an overhaul of the NYC generation fleet and how that could affect CES costs.
Mid-Atlantic: Find out what the latest PJM transmission costs show about potential changes to contract costs going forward.
Midwest: As power prices continue their decline in MISO, find out why this may be a good time for customers to lock in at low index price levels.
California: With 2020 wildfire season approaching, find out what the National Interagency Fire Center is predicting, and how PG&E, SCE and SDG&E are preparing.
Texas: In April, a new rider was implemented to fund a new COVID-19 Electricity Relief Program for residential customers. Find out the details of this program, and how this rider may be part of a wider trend in the post-COVID landscape.
Mexico: Discover the latest in the battle between SENER and Cofece over the “Reliability Regulation,” which SENER implemented to prioritize fossil fuels over renewables.
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