Mixing things up: ISO-NE offers additional way to view real-time fuel mix with new graph in ISO Express
Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 3:15PM
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Current pie chart shows fuel mix by percentage; new graph shows fuel mix by megawatt

One of the most popular features of ISO-NE’s website is the fuel-mix pie chart found on the homepage and in ISO Express. The chart is a snapshot of the fuels New England's power plants are currently using to generate electricity, by percentage. The ISO has now made a complementary graph available in ISO Express that shows the fuels New England's power plants are using to generate electricity throughout the course of a day, by megawatt. Side-by-side, the fuel mix chart and graph provide not only an instant read of the current fuels in use but also how that usage evolves over the course of the day.

Key Features of the New Fuel Mix Graph

Location in ISO Express

Beginning July 5, the new graph will be included in the default ISO Express dashboard next to the fuel mix chart. To add the chart to your customized dashboard, sign into ISO Express and select the Add Content button (learn more about customizing dashboards: Customizable Features: My Dashboard, Adding/Removing Content or Pages, Using Content Tools).


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