Forces disrupting electric power markets are under the microscope in an analysis conducted by the Center for Energy Economics (CEE) as part of its Electric Power Research Forum. Economists at the CEE used the Center’s dispatch modeling to test the retirement of 43 GW of nuclear capacity by 2025. The analysis also examines state interventions to save nuclear plants, which have supplied roughly 20 percent of domestic electricity since 2001, and the implications of those initiatives on competitive electricity markets. Read more.
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