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May022016

Now online: ISO-NE’s annual financial report  

ISO New England's 2015 Financial Report includes the company’s audited financial statements preceded by a discussion and analysis of last year's operations and impacts on our financial position. You can find it at iso-ne.com under About Us > Corporate Governance> Financial and Performance Reports.

Regional Electricity Outlook

While the financial report features a brief overview of projects and initiatives on the horizon, the 2016 Regional Electricity Outlook (REO) provides a more detailed perspective on regional issues that may affect the bulk power grid. The REO serves as a companion to the financial report, offering greater context for understanding the current energy environment in New England.

Annual budgets and related materials

As part of our commitment to transparency and cost accountability, ISO New England's Budget webpage (iso-ne.com under About Us > Corporate Governance> Budget) serves as a “one-stop shop” for accessing the ISO’s capital and operating budgets, as well as the materials related to their development, such as ISO presentations to stakeholders, filings with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), and regular budget reports. The ISO's Funding and Budgeting Process webpage describes the rigorous annual process that the ISO follows in developing its budgets with stakeholder input, oversight from the ISO Board of Directors, and FERC review.

As a not-for-profit, ISO New England is dedicated to promoting transparency and accountability across all aspects of our business. This commitment is evident in our focus on maintaining rigorous internal controls. One of the ISO’s core goals is to ensure New England’s power grid operates in the most efficient, reliable manner possible—and we hold our organization to that same standard. We hope these materials offer insight into our organization and facilitate a deeper comprehension of the ISO's mission to serve New England.