The pandemic has cut daily peakload in PJM, the largest US regional power network, by 13.5 GW and demand is unlikely to recover before 2023. Researchers at the Applied Economics Clinic warn of a “capacity surplus," suggesting the network is “over-reliant” on gas peaking power plants.
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