This report provides a summary of the energy offered and transacted for the Day-ahead Market (DAM) in New York. More than 90% of the energy traded in the NYISO wholesale energy market occurs in the DAM. The remainder is conducted in the real-time market, where adjustments are made for conditions that occur within the day. The report is currently issued Monday through Friday and is intended for use by our Customers and Market Participants.The weather-adjusted forecast of the expected energy load or consumption for the day as determined by the NYISO.The forecast energy consumption as submitted by NYISO Customers. For informational purposes, the percentage difference between the Customer and NYISO load forecasts is provided.The amount of load Customers will procure in the DAM at the location based marginal price (LBMP). Customers may choose to bid more or less than their load forecast with any excess or shortage being settled in the real-time market. All load bids offered within New York are automatically scheduled by NYISO.These transactions are scheduled directly between a generator and a load, that is, bilateral - between two parties. All bilateral bids offered within NY are also automatically scheduled by NYISO.This allows customers to set limits on the amount they are willing to pay for their energy. Customers can also choose to buy more energy if the price is lower. These load bids consist of price capped loads at internal NYCA bus specific locations and at the external proxy buses. The proxy bus loads are also considered exports.This is energy brought into New York from neighboring control areas, which include PJM Interconnection, ISO New England, Hydro Quebec and IMO (Ontario). The amount scheduled is determined by price, thus not all that is bid gets scheduled.Energy flowing out of New York to the neighboring control areas. Again price determines how much energy is actually scheduled for export.This is the sum of energy imports less exports. Wheel throughs have no impact on this calculation as their flow in and out nets to zero.The amount of energy purchased in one control area and delivered to another control area, that is, just wheeling through New York.All generating units in New York must submit bids in order to be considered by NYISO. Units are scheduled based on economics and the need to maintain reliable system operation.This is energy brought into New York from neighboring control areas, which include PJM Interconnection, ISO New England, Hydro Quebec and IMO (Ontario). The amount scheduled is determined by price, thus not all that is bid gets scheduled.The Daily Energy Report also includes a graph of the DAM Marginal Cost of Energy that shows the base price of energy for New York during each hour of the day. This price does not include the marginal cost of electrical losses or congestion that may occur since these quantities are location dependent. The zonal and generator locational-based marginal prices (LBMPs) do include these components and these values may be found on the OASIS section of the web site. The Marginal Cost of Energy by definition is determined at the NYISO reference bus, so named because it is the reference against which losses, congestion, shift factors, penalty factors and other system mathematical quantities are calculated. It is physically located at the Marcy 345 kV substation in Marcy, New York.This is energy brought into New York from neighboring control areas, which include PJM Interconnection, ISO New England, Hydro Quebec and IMO (Ontario). The amount scheduled is determined by price, thus not all that is bid gets scheduled.This is a summary of gross imports, gross exports and net imports displayed by external control area.This is the virtual energy purchased in the DAM and sold in the RT Market. These are financial transactions only and have no effect on real time physical energy consumption.This is the virtual energy sold in the DAM and purchased in the RT Market. These are financial transactions only and have no effect on real time physical energy consumption.
Daily Energy Report - Day Ahead Market (DAM)
Date: 02/13/2019

MWh Percent
NYISO Load Forecast 432947
Customer Load Forecast 432800 0.0%

Offered MWh Scheduled MWh Percent
Load Bids 238441 238441 100.0%
Bilateral Bids 168510 168510 100.0%
Price Capped Load Bids 48060 39922 83.1%
Virtual Load Bids 28654 22861 79.8%

Total Load 483665 469734 97.1%
Total Peak Load 341016 335026 98.2%
Total Non Peak Load 142649 134708 94.4%

Generation Bids 890349 354227 39.8%
Virtual Supply Bids 89977 64892 72.1%

Total Generation 980326 419119 42.8%
Total Peak Generation 659482 300839 45.6%
Total Non Peak Generation 320844 118280 36.9%

Imports 108039 100085 92.6%
Exports 45816 37620 82.1%

Net Imports/(Exports) 62223 62465 100.4%
Gross Imports/Exports Summary
Wheel Throughs 9745 9591 98.4%