ISO-NE launches web resources for tracking projects and preparing for changes
Monday, May 2, 2016 at 11:36AM
ISO New England in Inside ISO New England, Market Participant Announcements, market development, website

New customer readiness webpages, a new webpage for the annual work plan, and a redesigned Wholesale Markets Project Plan (WMPP) webpage are now online

ISO New England is pleased to announce several new online resources to help customers follow ISO projects and prepare for upcoming changes to ISO services and systems spanning its three roles: operating the grid, designing and administering wholesale electricity markets, and power system planning. The ISO regularly undertakes projects across these areas to both keep pace with industry changes and continuously improve its services to the region. Projects are developed through an open stakeholder process.

New customer readiness webpages

Visit the Customer Readiness 12-Month Outlook page to see:

Click through the outlook to see webpages for specific projects with detailed information, such as:

The new ISO Annual Work Plan webpage

Interested in seeing what projects the ISO has planned? Visit the Annual Work Plan page to view the ISO’s major priorities and activities for the year. The plan includes information such as the expected timelines and objectives for each type of project across the organization: planning/operations projects, market projects, and capital projects.

A redesigned Wholesale Markets Project Plan (WMPP) webpage

Use the Wholesale Markets Project Plan page as a guide to follow ISO projects specific to the region’s wholesale electricity marketplace from introduction to implementation.

Finding the pages

These pages are all easily reachable using the navigation menu that appears at the top of the website. The new Customer Readiness 12-Month Outlook page can be found under Support on the Participate tab:


The new Annual Work Plan page can be found under Corporate Governance on the About Us tab:


The Wholesale Markets Project Plan page can be found under Market Development on the Markets and Operations tab:

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