Generating a more accurate price signal for electricity prices tends to be seen as the major benefit of transitioning US power markets to a nodal structure. Compared to zonal markets, prices can be calculated at a more granular level under a nodal structure. When it comes to resource allocation, a more precise indication of demand will ensure new transmission lines or generating facilities are added as and when they are needed.
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