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Strong precipitation trends in US Pacific Northwest keep power prices low

With Caitlin Laid

March 17, 2016 10:00:20 EST (3:14)

One of the strongest El Nino events on record is contributing to bearish forward power prices and lower spot power prices in the US Pacific Northwest this spring. Caitlin Laird evaluates how the precipitation levels compare to average levels and where prices stand compared with more typical years, as well as what could support price increases later this year.

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