PJM real-time prices jump above $200/MWh with summer-like weather

26 Sep 2017   Climate, USA

Real-time electricity prices across the PJM Interconnection footprint Monday jumped to triple-digit territory as hot weather fueled power demand. Real-time power prices on the western side of PJM in the Commonwealth Edison region around Chicago reached about $200/MWh around 3:15 pm EDT. At about the same time, real-time prices on the eastern side of PJM in the Baltimore Gas and Electric region rose near $228/MWh. Also, in the American Transmission System Inc. region around Cleveland real-time prices jumped to about $250/MWh. Article continues below… Platts Megawatt Daily provides you with timely and relevant North American electric power information. This market report is a valuable asset for any player in electric power and will provide clarity in this dynamic market. Platts Megawatt Daily is the only publication that delivers fundamental data, thorough news and analysis and Platts benchmark prices to participants in the North American electric power markets. Try Platts […]

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