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London (Platts)--28 Mar 2017 948 am EDT/1348 GMT
UK day-ahead power prices slumped on Tuesday as weakening power demand due to the onset of milder-than-normal temperatures coupled with expectations for higher wind output weighed on the prompt, traders said.
Washington (Platts)--27 Mar 2017 546 pm EDT/2146 GMT
Exelon Generation's 912-MW Quad Cities-1 nuclear unit in Cordova, Illinois, shut early Monday morning for a scheduled refueling and maintenance outage, a company spokesman said.
London (Platts)--27 Mar 2017 951 am EDT/1351 GMT
German prompt power prices were little changed from Friday, with day-ahead baseload n Germany easing just 25 euro cent to Eur34/MWh compared with Friday's price for Monday, while the peak ticked up 20 euro cent to be last heard at Eur34.85/MWh.
Portland, Maine (Platts)--24 Mar 2017 514 pm EDT/2114 GMT
Southwestern Public Service has agreed to sell 400 MW to Lubbock Power & Light as part of the municipal utility's planned shift from the Southwest Power Pool to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas.
Barcelona (Platts)--24 Mar 2017 924 am EDT/1324 GMT
Spain's large power consumers reduced their electricity consumption by 4.2% year on year in February, according to a benchmark index published by grid operator Red Electrica de Espana, or REE, Friday.
Houston (Platts)--24 Mar 2017 910 am EDT/1310 GMT
The PJM Interconnection plans to file tariff revisions to conform with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's shortage pricing order, perhaps thereby increasing reserve requirements but possibly decreasing the risk of volatile operations, stakeholders learned Thursday.
London (Platts)--23 Mar 2017 1022 am EDT/1422 GMT
Day-ahead power prices in the UK were little changed to mixed Thursday as weakening wind output and power demand coupled with forecasts for increasing solar output pushed the prompt market in different directions.
Louisville, Kentucky (Platts)--23 Mar 2017 811 am EDT/1211 GMT
Duke Energy Ohio's latest wholesale power auction, which cleared at $50.71/MWh and whose results were unanimously accepted Wednesday by the Ohio Public Utilities Commission, continued a year-long trend of a gradual increase in prices in the Duke Energy subsidiary's competitive bidding process to serve non-shopping customers.
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