The following reports reflect the energy impact of the most recent NWRFC STP.
- September – Down 450 aMW
- October – Down 225 aMW
- November – Up 810 aMW
- December – Down 854 aMW
September decreased for the third consecutive week, this time 200 aMW deeper than last week drop with 450 aMW shaved off in total. October dropped 225 aMW following last week’s steep increase. November jumped 810 aMW and now sits at its highest point in several weeks. December fell 854 aMW and completely wiped out last week’s increase in the process.
September 16th’s sharp decrease remains in place in the most recent update, but it’s now followed up with an almost equally sharp increase by the 19th. The remainder of September and October is down week-on-week while November, particularly the first half, shows steep increases across the board. December sits 1,600 aMW below last week’s forecast until the 16th where it remains 400 aMW short.
December trails the next-closest year by 1,200 aMW. November and January also pace behind every other year this century.