Energy News

Weekly trends and insights on the Natural Gas and Electricity Markets
Electricity Markets Markets moved up dramatically this week in response to cold weather.
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Electricity Markets Slight market movement back up this week. No dramatic volatility in the markets this week as a result of the colder weather.
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Electricity Markets Small movement down, continued softening of the market.
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Electricity Markets Continued drop off in pricing, with some leveling off. Almost back to pre-February levels.
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Electricity Markets Going against the usual trend heading into winter months, pricing continues downward.
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Quicklees Avon charging station
October 26th, 2022, Rochester, NY – Quicklee’s Convenience Stores, headquartered in Avon, NY has opened three level 3 DC Fast Charge, charging stations for electric vehicles, at their Batavia, Belmont, and Avon Travel Center locations. The charging stations were manufactured by Chargepoint, one of the largest Electric Vehicle (EV) charging and open charging network providers in the industry.
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Electricity Markets Pricing continued to drop over the past week in all markets, returning to levels not seen since March and April.
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Electricity Markets Pricing dropped substantially week over week as the underlying cost of gas tumbled. Winter 22-23 saw the most significant change while outward months heading into next summer and fall remained elevated.
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Electricity Markets ISO-NE, PJM and NYISO rebounded to near pricing from two weeks ago despite a strong injection in natural gas storage.
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Electricity Markets ISO-NE, PJM and NYISO came off slightly over the past week due to higher production levels of natural gas.
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Electricity Markets ISO-NE, PJM and NYISO all saw another increase over the last week.
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Electricity Markets ISO-NE, PJM and NYISO all saw an increase over the last week. This was due to an increase in the underlying NYMEX and Algonquin basis.
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Electricity Markets ISO-NE saw a dip week over week due to a drop in forward winter costs. This is partially due to a drop in the 12 Month forward average cost of the Algonquin basis as natural gas remained flat week over week.
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Electricity Markets An increase in natural gas caused a spike in the electric markets. NYISO, ISO-NE and PJM all saw an increase as a reaction to the summer heat.
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Electricity Markets ISO-NE jumped again since last week, now over $.15 kwh. PJM and NYISO remain fairly stable since last week.
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Electricity Markets ISO-NE hit all time high, over $.14 kwh. The overall trend continues to be in the upward direction. PJM and NYISO all rebounded week over week from where they were last week at this time.
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Rochester NY: Power Management announces today that it has renewed its sponsorship with Gavin Hall for the PGA Tour Canada 2022 season. Hall who placed 2nd in last season’s qualifying tournament has full exemption status for the remaining eight events. Currently he is in 59th position on the Fortinet Cup Standings. The Pittsford native and University of Texas alumni has been sponsored by Rochester based companies; Power Management and Century Mold since turning professional in 2018 Hall Comments “I am extremally grateful to represent my sponsors again this season. I...
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Electricity Markets ISO-NE, NYISO are down from last week. Where as PJM is slightly up, but starting to trend downward. From the last few weeks, we are starting to see some relief this summer, however still predicting highs for this upcoming winter.
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Electricity Markets ISO-NE, NYISO and PJM are considerably down from last week. Which could be a result of the overall drop in the price of natural gas.
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Electricity Markets ISO-NE and NYISO have seen a decrease in prices. While PJM is experiencing higher than expected pricing. Overall natural gas is down, with an increase in Algonquin basis.
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Electricity Markets ISO-NE and PJM have seen a gap increase in prices. ISO-NE set new highs for forward prices. However, ISO-Texas saw near term drop because of early drop in Natural gas prices.
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Electricity Markets NYISO, ISO NE and PJM are all up from last week. NYISO and ISO-NE forward prices fell a bit for the prompt year, but then increased on the back end.
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