Friday
Aug162019

Now available: Financial Assurance Requirements for FTR and Virtual Transactions self-paced training

The updated Financial Assurance Requirements for FTR and Virtual Transactions self-paced training is now available on the ISO New England website. This training provides a detailed explanation on the calculation of a participant's Financial Transmission Rights financial assurance and virtual transaction requirements within the ISO market. Viewing time is 24 minutes. Note: Internet Explorer or Firefox should be used to view this training. Email the market training team with questions at MkTraining@iso-ne.com.

Tuesday
Aug132019

Now online: New England External Transaction Tool User Interface webinar materials

 The presentation and recording of the July 30, 2019, New England External Transaction Tool User Interface webinar are now available on the ISO New England website. This webinar reviews the redesigned user interface associated with the New England External Transaction Tool that replaces Enhanced Energy Scheduling (EES), the current external transaction software. The target audience is EES users. Email the market training team with questions at MkTraining@iso-ne.com.

Tuesday
Aug132019

Register today for the Q3 Settlements Forum webinar

Registration is open for the Q3 Quarterly Settlements Forum webinar that will be held on September 5, from 10:00-11:00 a.m. This webinar presents information on ISO New England settlements and billing including the following topics: Financial Transmission Rights - Balance of Planning Period Update; Enhanced Energy Scheduling Upgrade; and Overview of ISO Reporting - Profiled Load Asset Data. Email the market training team with questions at MkTraining@iso-ne.com.

Monday
Jul292019

Monthly wholesale electricity prices and demand in New England, June 2019

Real-time prices fell in June were lowest sixth-lowest monthly average

Average wholesale power prices in June 2019 were down 13.8% in the Real-Time Energy Market when compared to the previous year, falling to $22.43 per megawatt-hour (MWh)*- the sixth-lowest average since March 2003. Prices were also down by 17.6% in the Day-Ahead Energy Market when compared to June 2019, averaging $22.09/MWh.

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Monday
Jul292019

Download the latest edition of ISO-NE’s Wholesale Markets Project Plan

The summer release of the 2019 Wholesale Markets Project Plan (WMPP) is now available on the ISO’s website. The WMPP describes the current status of market initiatives and is published biannually in summer and winter. The report allows readers to follow the progress of market projects, including each project’s: estimated start of the stakeholder process, design status, and estimated earliest effective date. Stakeholders can stay up-to-date on market projects by following them from introduction to implementation within the WMPP webpage, which consolidates access to the Annual Work Plan, WMPP, Markets Committee Two-Month Look-Ahead Forecast, Markets Committee meeting agendas and materials, Key Projects and a listing of Closed Market Design Projects. Quick links to FERC Filings and Orders and our Customer Readiness page are also available to further inform and support NEPOOL’s Principal Committees. ISO New England undertakes many projects and initiatives for the continued development of the region’s wholesale electricity markets.

Monday
Jul292019

Consumer Liaison Group will meet in Maine in September

The next meeting of the Consumer Liaison Group (CLG) will be held on September 5, 2019, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Portland, Maine. The meeting will feature a keynote speaker, an ISO New England update, and a panel discussion on: The Role of Carbon in State and Regional Energy Planning. Panelists include Jordan Stutt, Carbon Programs Director, Acadia Center, and Michael Macrae, PhD, Energy Analytics Manager, Harvard University. Additional panelists to be announced. To register for the meeting, visit the CLG webpage.