ISO New England and the Consumer Liaison Group (CLG) Coordinating Committee recently issued the 2016 Report of the Consumer Liaison Group, which summarizes the activities of the CLG during 2016.
The ISO and regional electricity market stakeholders created the CLG in 2009 to facilitate the consideration of consumer interests in determining the needs and solutions for the region’s power system. The CLG is open to the public. Participants generally include consumers and consumer representatives (including state consumer and ratepayer advocates), state business and industry associations, chambers of commerce, individual businesses, trade groups, nonprofit organizations, and other end users. The CLG meets quarterly, and each meeting addresses various regional electricity and consumer issues. About 75 participants attend each meeting, both in person and via teleconference.
To learn more, visit the CLG page on the ISO website.