Get key facts on power generation performance and system reliability during winter weather and takeaways from the FERC-NERC Inquiry Into Winter Storm Elliott in our factsheet.Read More
Power Generators Committed to Reliable Operations: Statement on Winter Storm Elliott Power System Performance.
Competitive power suppliers are committed to electric reliability and improving operations to keep the lights on during winter storms and other extreme weather events, said the head of the organization representing power generators providing about 150,000 MW of electric generation capacity throughout the U.S.Read More
A Look Back at Power System Performance During Winter Storm Elliott: Critics of Gas Generation or Competition Miss the Mark
As we anticipate the upcoming summer heat, we look back on the challenges the American grid faced on the other extreme: Winter Storm Elliot. We look into how it happened, the role of competitive markets in mitigating the damage done by the storm, and ways to fortify our infrastructure to protect from future extreme weather events, no matter the season.Read More
Stakeholder voices including power grid leaders, business, industry, and media highlight reliability concerns for New England’s upcoming winter. See “What They Are Saying” in our roundup.Read More
In comments to FERC, EPSA says electricity market reforms to value reliability can help solve New England winter power challenges in the long run.Read More
On March 29, the Electric Power Supply Association hosted its first Competitive Power Summit in Washington, DC. Leaders from across the competitive power market discussed the key issues facing the sector, including maintaining reliability as the grid changes, market innovations, advancing decarbonization, ensuring a just transition with continued customer and economic benefits, and future market […]Read More