May 2 — During the ERCOT Wholesale Market Subcommittee, Pamela Shaw, ERCOT’s lead market operations analyst, made a presentation about what would happen if wholesale power prices this summer stay so high for so long that the peaker net margin — the cumulative amount of money expected to be received by a hypothetical gas-fired peaker under actual prices during the year — tops $315,000/MW-year.
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