The California Independent System Operator (CAISO) is a non-profit Independent System Operator (ISO) serving California. It oversees the operation of California's bulk electric power system, transmission lines, and electricity market generated and transmitted by its member utilities. The CAISO is one of the largest ISOs in the world, delivering ...
The California ISO manages the flow of electricity on high-voltage power lines, operates a wholesale energy market, and oversees infrastructure planning.
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The California Independent System Operator (ISO), the entity that oversees the state's electrical grid, upgraded its Energy Emergency Alert level from 2 to 3, making power outages possible. It had ...
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — A pipeline operator and two subsidiaries agreed Friday to plead guilty to negligently discharging oil off the Southern California coast in connection with a pipeline break that covered beaches with blobs of crude.
About the California Independent System Operator (ISO) The ISO manages the flow of electricity across the high-voltage, long-distance transmission lines delivering power to the state’s three investor-owned utilities.
California’s Independent System Operator (ISO) declared Energy Emergency level 3 Tuesday evening, warning that rolling blackouts also known as "rotating power outages" were "very possible." Level 3 is the Golden State's grid operator's highest category of an energy emergency and at peak demand, the grid hit 52,061 MW, a new all-time record.
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The miscommunication occurred Tuesday afternoon between a Northern California utility and the California Independent System Operator as the grid was perilously close to running out of energy, said ...