Electric Power Monthly & Electricity Monthly Update – October 2013
The Electricity Monthly Update, October 2013 edition presenting August 2013 data, has been released. Highlights include:
• Total net generation in the United States decreased 3.0 percent compared to the previous year because last August was warmer than August 2013.
• Tucson Electric reached a 3-gigawatt daily peak demand level, just short of the all-time record set at the end of June 2013.
• The prices for natural gas at both Henry Hub and New York City on a $/MWh basis were below the price of Central Appalachian coal in August 2013.
• A feature article on how renewable generation is providing a growing share of California's electricity.
See the full Electricity Monthly Update report at:
The Electric Power Monthly, October 2013 edition presenting August 2013 data, has been released. Highlights include:
• In August 2013, the 3.0 percent drop in net generation in the United States was driven primarily by the 9.0 percent drop in generation from natural gas-fired sources.
• Consumption of coal for the generation of electric power was down 1.0 percent from August 2012.
• The average U.S. retail price of electricity in August 2013 was up 2.3 percent compared to August 2012.
See the full Electric Power Monthly report at:
Posted: October 25, 2013