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New York Power Politics – Is the Dunkirk deal the beginning of the end for ICAP?

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13 January 2014

New York Power Politics – Is the Dunkirk deal the beginning of the end for ICAP?

Report summary

In this Insight Wood Mackenzie examines the circumstances around a special political deal recently struck to save one New York power plant from being retired, and the unintended consequence stemming from that deal which could alter the New York power market.

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction: Gloomy days in the upstate New York power market
  • The Dunkirk Christmas Miracle
    • Is AES Cayuga the next domino to fall?
    • Have upstate New York nuclear plants received their Golden Ticket?
  • Do NYISO’s ICAP and other capacity markets need further enhancements?
  • Are New York generators poised to gain the upper hand in power politics?

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