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Electricity demand has faced strong headwinds over the past 7 years. However, 2015 may be a tipping point that sees demand growth accelerate. Nonetheless, shale gas plays continue to exceed prior expectations, putting downward pressure on prices. This, and changing public sentiment have eroded support for new coal and nuclear units. The move to natural gas and renewables is causing changes to the very definition of reliability and is transforming capacity markets and compensation in the region.
This report contains
Midwest Regional Market Overview.pdf
PDF 2.51 MB
naps lto exec summary h2 2014.pdf
PDF 2.47 MB
NAPS Modeling and Reporting Enhancements H2 2014.pdf
PDF 49.25 KB
Midwest power markets long-term outlook H2 2014
ZIP 18.39 MB
NAPS LTO Capacity Prices Midwest 11 30 2014.xls
XLS 642.00 KB
NAPS LTO Coal Clean Equipment Data Midwest 11 30 2014.xls