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Presentation May 31, 2016

Can We Trust in Electricity Markets?

By Sarah Keay-Bright, Joseph Bowring

Wholesale electricity prices that reflect scarcity and surplus are pivotal to advancing demand response and storage and, as such, are a means to achieving a cost-effective transition to reliable, sustainable, and affordable energy. However, Europe’s power stakeholders cannot rely on wholesale prices reflecting system conditions—such as scarcity—in real time...

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Can We Trust in Electricity Markets? (Webinar)

If the video is not visible, please accept all cookies to enable the player. Wholesale electricity prices that reflect scarcity and surplus are pivotal to advancing demand response and storage and, as such, are a means to achieving a cost-effective transition to reliable, sustainable, and affordable energy. However, Europe’s power stakeholders cannot rely on wholesale...

Report August 9, 2011

Examples of Dispatchable Demand Response Clearing the PJM and ISO-NE Forward Capacity Markets

By Meg Gottstein, Elizabeth Watson, Joseph Bowring

There is growing interest in electricity market reforms that can tap the potential of dispatchable demand response to balance an increasing percentage of renewables in the power system. In the two "forward" capacity markets in the US, dispatchable demand response has been growing impressively, along with other demand-side resources. This paper provides examples o...

Market Design, Power Markets and Reliability Download View Summary