One Thing California, Texas Have in Common Is Negative Power

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  • Below-zero wholesale prices more common amid renewables crush
  • Dynamic is testament to U.S. push to shrink fossil-fuel use

A phenomenon in wholesale power markets that forces prices below zero when renewable energy supplies surge is occurring more than ever in markets from California to Texas. Even the Midwest and Northeast aren’t immune.

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