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Massachusetts Offshore Wind Price Caps

January 13, 2022
By 
John Dalton

The Baker Administration is proposing to remove the price cap from Massachusetts offshore wind (OSW) procurements.

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NYSERDA proposes expansion of distributed solar program in New York to 10 GW by 2030

January 11, 2022
By 
Andrew Kinross

On December 17, 2021, NYSERDA submitted a proposed roadmap to expand the distributed solar program in New York to 10 GW by 2030, up from the existing 6 GW by 2025, which is well on its way to being met.

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US Offshore Wind Sector in 2022

January 3, 2022
By 
John Dalton

With the opening of a new year, outlined below are some thoughts regarding the major events anticipated in the US offshore wind sector in 2022.

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Marine Renewables Canada December 2021 US Offshore Wind Navigator

December 17, 2021
By 
John Dalton

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IESO 2021 Annual Planning Outlook – Summary and Commentary

December 16, 2021
By 
Travis Lusney & Michael Killeavy

The 2021 Annual Planning Outlook (APO) is the third annual outlook published by the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) for the Ontario power system. The APO informs stakeholders of system needs and the 2021 APO covers the period from 2023 to 2042.

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RFP to Support the Development of Renewable Generation in Northern Maine

November 30, 2021
By 
John Dalton

On November 29th the Maine PUC issued an RFP to support the development of renewable generation in Northern Maine and high voltage transmission that is needed to connect Northern Maine to the ISO-NE grid. Northern Maine isn’t directly connected to the ISO-NE grid and its electricity system (peak load of about 140 MW) is administered separately.

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Evaluation Criteria for Offshore Wind (OSW) Competitive Procurements

October 21, 2021
By 
John Dalton

Massachusetts is having a policy debate on the appropriate evaluation criteria for offshore wind (OSW) competitive procurements. Specifically, should the state depart from past policy of focusing primarily on the price of the OSW energy and give more weight to economic development benefits, which are typically in the form of commitments from OSW component suppliers to site their operations locally.

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Job Posting - Boston - Senior Electricty Market Analyst and Policy Consultant

October 13, 2021
By 
Power Advisory

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Power Advisory’s Commentary on the IESO’s Decarbonization and Ontario’s Electricity System Report

October 8, 2021
By 
Brady Yauch, Travis Lusney, Jason Chee-Aloy

Closing Ontario’s fleet of gas-fired generators by 2030 will result infrequent and sustained blackouts, while costing electricity ratepayers at least $27 billion, or an additional $100 per month, according to an analysis by the IESO. The IESO’s study was undertaken in response to a number of municipalities across the province calling for a complete phase-out of gas-fired generation in Ontario by 2030.

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Job Posting - Toronto - Electricity Market Analyst

October 7, 2021
By 
Power Advisory

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