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 […]

Impact on Data Collection from Extending MISO’s Empire with MISO South

At midnight on December 18, 2013, the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) successfully integrated four additional regions of the electric grid in the southern United States to their existing footprint, effectively expanding it from Manitoba, Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. While this integration will certainly provide benefits to both new and existing members, this […]

Complimentary Enterprise Data Management Workshop – New York City

Join our free Enterprise Data Management (EDM) workshop happening January 14th, 2011 in New York City. This workshop will review the challenges of data management and systems integration within the complexity of the energy and commodities market. The workshop will provide an educational environment for market participants to be able to understand the challenges and […]