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Originally published July 22, 2014
Stop strapping consumer-owned utilities to the Procrustean bed of mandatory capacity markets, says APPA President and CEO Sue Kelly in a recent blog post. For too long now, consumer-owned electric utilities in the East have been forced to lie in the Procrustean bed of mandatory capacity markets operated by the Eastern regional transmission organizations — PJM, ISO New England, and the New York ISO. These markets are not working — the impact is evident in higher than necessary consumer prices and a damper on new generation required to meet changing needs.
Read more (including who Procrustes was) on APPA President and CEO Sue Kelly’s blog, Public Power Chat.
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