PJM’s Market Changes: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly for Green Energy and Demand Response

By [email protected] PJM, the grid operator responsible for delivering electricity to about 65 million customers from the mid-Atlantic coast to the Great Lakes, is working on ways to price carbon into its energy markets, and incorporate subsidized wind and solar power into its mix. It’s also projecting a future grid that’s stable despite a rise in wind, solar and demand-side energy flexibility — contrary to concerns expressed by Energy Secretary Rick Perry.

But for green energy advocates, none of that makes up for the negative effects of PJM’s Capacity Performance rules — and as of this week, those rules are sticking around for

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