New Jersey SRECs Rally to Highest Levels in 4 Years!



New Jersey SRECs Rally to Highest Levels in 4 Years!
 
The New Jersey SREC market rallied to the highest levels in four years yesterday. The previous high was $282.58 on December 29, 2011 on the 2012 vintage. Yesterdays’ settlement on Flett Exchange surpassed it by just 23 cents at $282.81 for the spot 2016 vintage.
 
The 2016 vintage SREC has rallied a whopping 30% on the spot market since it started trading in July at $220 on Flett Exchange.
 
Where have SREC prices traded in previous years?
 
You can check out daily historical pricing and charts for New Jersey SRECs on Flett Exchange by clicking here. Our pricing goes back almost 9 years to June of 2007. All our pricing is based on the volume weighted average price of actual spot sales of SRECs by solar owners.
 
Why have SREC prices gone up?
 
Flett Exchange sellers, who are all solar owners, have been actively selling into this rally to take advantage of the high prices. Power companies, who are required to provide a portion of their electricity sales from solar, have been competitively procuring SRECs thus pushing prices higher. The fundamental rise in prices is partially attributable to the low rate of solar installations in New Jersey during the last year. Also, prices have risen in past years in the winter due to the hedging for a large electricity auction which is conducted each year. This may have been the case again this year giving solar owners an opportunity to capitalize on high prices once again.
 
What should I do if I have SRECs?
 
We suggest to our sellers to continue to sell at these high prices. High SREC prices encourage new solar to be installed at a higher rate because those investors will achieve higher returns on their investment. There is generally a lag of over a year in new investment in solar in response to high SREC prices. We should expect an increase in new solar installations this year which should have a dampening effect on New Jersey SREC prices.
 
What is the highest price New Jersey SRECs can go to?
 
The SACP – or the price level that energy companies will be fined for not buying enough SRECs this year – is $323. In prior years, when there were not enough SRECs produced to satisfy the amount required, (which is not the case this year) the market did not trade at the SACP. Most buyers only paid 95% of that value. 95% of this years’ cap is $306.85 for those of you who are looking for an upside objective.
 
How do I sell?
 
If you are a Flett Exchange customer and would like to sell your SRECs for immediate payment and delivery you can always log into your Flett Exchange account or give us a call on the trading desk at 201-209-0234. If you are a new customer you can register for an account here. If you have a large amount of SRECs call and we will try to sell your SRECs at higher block prices.
 
The Quickest and Easiest way to sell:
 
Customers can also check out our “sell now price” on our website and transfer your SRECs to “Flett Exchange, LLC” at that price on GATS. We will take care of the rest for you and mail your check or send your proceeds via ACH.
 
Thank you for your continued business over the years!
 
Mike, Shean, Kevin, Brian and Mike
 
DISCLAIMER: This article contains forward looking statements. Actual market action could differ materially from those anticipated. Sellers of SRECs should do their own research. Actual SREC production may differ significantly from those estimates. The company assumes no obligation to update any forward-looking statement.
 


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