Adequate Generating Capacity Available to Meet Summer Demand, Report Finds
 
WASHINGTON, DC – North America will have sufficient generating capacity to meet anticipated electricity demand this summer, according to the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) 2011 Summer Reliability Assessment released today. Overall, the assessment shows that load in North America will rise by less than 1 percent over last year, while on-peak capacity is projected to rise by 3 percent.
 
[Release] [2011 Summer Reliability Assessment]
 
 
Posted On: 05/31/2011