NYS Increases Clean Energy Standard Charges
Little movement for natural gas in the last week. Down around 4 cents today puts us right near where we were last week with May gas at $2.66/MMBtu.
Today the EIA announced an injection of 25 Bcf of gas into storage. Total gas in storage is now 485 Bcf behind the 5 year average.
Real time power prices have stayed low for the past week. The 30 day average remains below $30/MWh at $27.98.
A little bump to electricity futures this week as the 12 month strip rose by 40 cents to $34.70/MWh.
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