Northeast Power Prices

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The peak winter months of 2012/2013 saw average power prices range from $20/MWh to $120/MWh.  While vast parts of North America were on the lower range of $25 - $40/MWh, the northeast specifically southeastern New York and all of New England experienced prices that averaged $80 - $120/MWh.  While the driving force behind these high prices was natural gas market dynamics, the implications for power markets specifically New England are significant and will ultimately mean both higher energy...

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  • Chart 1 Average Round-the-Clock Power Prices ($/MWh) in Feb 2013
  • Chart 2. New England pipeline utilization and basis
  • Chart 3. Recent winter weather distributions and constraint thresholds
  • Chart 4. Basis outlook: Average day versus monthly average of daily basis
  • Chart 5. New England and New York basis outlook
  • Chart 6. New England and New York price outlook (February on-peak prices)
  • Chart 7. New England 2014/2015 winter price breakdown

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