2016 summer outlook: sufficient electricity supplies expected
Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at 1:11PM
ISO New England in Industry News & Developments, capacity, forecast, peak demand, summer, system operations

Some natural gas generators may need to get their fuel from other sources during pipeline construction

Under normal weather conditions of 90 degrees Fahrenheit (F), electricity resources should be sufficient to meet consumer demand this summer, with a forecasted peak of 26,704 MW megawatts (MW). Extreme weather of 94°F could push up electricity demand to 29,042 MW. Construction work on the region’s natural gas pipeline infrastructure will require some power plants to obtain fuel from different sources. View the press release.

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