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ISO New England


Gas-Heavy ISO-New England Braces for Steep Influx of Wind, Solar, Storage

While it is currently highly dependent on natural gas generation today, about 95% of ISO-New England’s (ISO-NE’s) interconnection request queue—a proposed total capacity of 20.9 GW—comprises wind, solar, and battery…


Could Success Spoil ISO-NE?

Independent System Operator-New England celebrated its 20th anniversary last July with a solid record in its energy and capacity markets, turning around a fragmented regional electric system. Can it repeat…


Millstone Weighs Options as Opposition to Financial Aid Continues

Groups opposed to financial relief for Connecticut’s 2,111-MW Millstone Nuclear Power Station continue to press their case against subsidies for the plant as state lawmakers prepare for a special session…


ISO New England: Managing Power Grid Operations This Summer

Adequate Electricity Supplies Expected, but Forecasts Show Possibility of Occasional Tight System Conditions April 26, 2017 02:14 PM Eastern Daylight Time HOLYOKE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--New England is expected to have the…


D.C. Circuit Again Upholds FERC Order No. 1000

A three-judge panel for the D.C. Circuit on April 18 unanimously upheld Order No. 1000, denying multiple challenges by New England power firms and state regulators to the Federal Energy…