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Southeastern utilities' energy market proposal appears to be less than it may SEEM

By Steven Shparber

Utility Dive

Last week, several Southeastern utilities announced that they are exploring the creation of a regional, intra-hour energy exchange called the Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM). The announcement of the SEEM proposal has generated significant attention, with the hopes that it could be an initial step towards helping reduce Southeastern customers’ bills — which remain amongst the highest in the country — and assist with the integration of renewable energy resources on a regional scale.

While many details of the SEEM proposal remain unknown, it is important that policymakers and stakeholders recognize that SEEM is not truly an energy imbalance market (EIM). Further, the SEEM proposal should not be seen as an outright substitute for more competitive options, such as an EIM modeled after the Western Energy Imbalance Market (WEIM) or a Regional Transmission Organization (RTO).