PJM estimates greater COVID-19 power impacts after accounting for weather

Published 19:35 on April 14, 2020  /  Last updated at 23:13 on April 14, 2020  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

US regional grid operator PJM has seen significant reductions in peak and total power demand as a result of the widening COVID-19 pandemic, likely cutting CO2 obligations from RGGI-covered electricity generators in the Mid-Atlantic.

US regional grid operator PJM has seen significant reductions in peak and total power demand as a result of the widening COVID-19 pandemic, likely cutting CO2 obligations from RGGI-covered electricity generators in the Mid-Atlantic.

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