Regional System Plan identifies needs of future New England grid. From ISO Newswire. Summer 2023 recap: Grid reliability maintained through wildfires and a late season peak. From ISO Newswire. Monthly wholesale electricity prices and demand in New England, September 2023. From ISO Newswire. FERC accepts rules allowing storage to aid transmission
ISO New England Inc. (ISO-NE) is an independent, non-profit Regional Transmission Organization (RTO), headquartered in Holyoke, Massachusetts, serving Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
ISO New England, a Regional Transmission Organization, covers the six states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Striped areas indicate interwoven transmission lines or utility service territories. Learn more in Industry Standards, Structure, and Relationships.
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ISO New England is an independent nonprofit organization that coordinates and operates the regional electric grid, designs and runs wholesale electricity markets, and evaluates and plans for the future of the power system. Learn more about its functions, role, and how it works with FERC and other RTOs.
Reports on anticipated changes as the region transitions to a clean energy system. The 2021 Regional System Plan ( RSP21), the biennial report that lays the foundation for long-term power-system planning in New England, was approved by the ISO New England board of directors yesterday.
What is ISO New England? ISO New England is an independent nonprofit regional transmission organization that serves the six New England states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. It calls itself the "air traffic controller for the region's power grid."
The ISO New England Board of Directors held its first annual open meeting Tuesday, giving the public a glimpse into the workings of New England’s electric grid operator. The energy rate increase ...