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The ZEMA Solution for Deregulated Power Markets Facing Data Dilemmas: A Midwestern ISO’s Example

Power Market Deregulation – The Beginning 1996 was a landmark year in the history of North American power markets. The United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued orders 888 and 889, both of which paved the way for the deregulation of electricity markets. The goal of these orders was to separate electricity generation from distribution ...
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CAISO Dealing with Renewable Generation: Staying Competitive with More Data

The ever-evolving deregulated power markets in North America are certainly keeping market participants on their toes. As data volumes and publication frequencies increase, so does the risk of making misinformed business decisions. With the growing influence of environmental regulations on the power markets, along with advancements in electrical grid technologies, market players must stay on ...
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