The following reports reflect the energy impact of the most recent NWRFC STP.
- October – Up 52 aMW
- November – Down 8 aMW
- December – Up 310 aMW
- January – Up 511 aMW
October and November’s change this week amount to little more than noise as October increased 53 aMW and November fell a paltry 8 aMW. December posted a 310 aMW increase, on the other hand, and January followed that up with a 511 aMW increase of its own, both equating to the third-consecutive weekly increase. None of these changes come as a surprise, in fact, we’d suggest Nov and Dec are still light.
October had a fairly mundane increase as an aggregate but take a closer look at the daily movements and we see a little more excitement as the 10th shows a 500 aMW increase. November stays essentially flat throughout the month, while December saw most of its gains come from the period of the 5th-14th. January shows its increase coming at a flat rate from the 3rd through the remainder of the month.
October inched its way closer to average, December continues to pace behind despite this week’s increase, while January appears to lie well in the top-half of those years graphed.