- June – Down 991 aMW
- July – Up 15 aMW
- August – Up 160 aMW
- September – Up 453 aMW
- October – Up 1,033 aMW
June again sees its floor fall out from under it, now dropping 991 aMW in this week’s update. June has shown a lower forecast in each of the last four weeks. July was essentially flat with a 15 aMW increase, while August and September had a more notable 160 aMW and 453 aMW jump in forecast. October data continues to trickle in with a considerable bump this week.
June’s reductions show up today through the 22nd and reach their peak on the 18th at just under 2,000 aMW lower than last week. July reaches several extremes including a 1,400 aMW increase on the 8th followed by a 2,300 aMW reduction on the 13th. August can be summarized by several slight changes that aggregated into a 160 aMW increase, while September showed moderate increases from the 7th through the end of the month.
With another drop this week, June fell to 3,400 aMW short of last year, and nearly 7,000 aMW short of the high-mark of 2011.