Indian point: Filling a nuclear void

Indian point: Filling a nuclear void

With the announced retirement of the 2,000 MW Indian Point Energy Center, there is a gap to fill for New York's power system. Price uplift, potential reliability issues, increasing gas dependency, and RGGI impacts are anticipated from the shockwave of the closure. This ICF white paper seeks to reveal the challenges and opportunities that may follow.

Meet the authors
  1. Chris MacCracken, Vice President, Energy Advisory + ICF Climate Center Senior Fellow

    Chris is an energy policy expert with more than 25 years of experience helping public and private sector clients to understand the impacts of energy and environmental regulation on electricity markets. View bio

  2. Kenneth Collison, Vice President, Energy

    Ken is an expert in electricity market analysis, helping stakeholders improve the planning, operation, and development of the electric sector.  View bio

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