Register for My Subscriptions to stay on top of new info published on
Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 9:36AM
ISO New England in Inside ISO New England, website

The wholesale electricity industry is technical, fast paced, and loaded with data. It can be challenging to keep up with all of the information ISO New England produces daily about the region’s power grid and wholesale markets. That’s why we created My Subscriptions, an online service that helps you stay on top of new information about ISO committee meetings, documents, key projects, and individual events that have been added to Just select items of interest, and you will be notified in an email to your PC or handheld device whenever new materials are published. 

“Similar to setting up a Google Alert on a topic and being notified when new content on that topic becomes available, My Subscriptions will notify you when documents are added that are of specific interest to you,” said ISO New England web manager Michael Beganny.

“Instead of going back to our website to see what new documents have been published on a topic or topics, you can be notified by email – either real-time or in daily or weekly summaries – when they are published.”

Examples of popular subscriptions are FERC filings and orders; press releases; Regional Electricity Outlook reports; and a number of committees and working groups.

It’s easy to set up subscriptions. You’ll need to register on our website first, if you haven't already done so. Follow these steps on how register and set up subscriptions:

How to register

How to subscribe to individual meetings, documents, or events on a webpage

If you’d like to be notified whenever the ISO publishes new documents related to a specific meeting, document, project, or individual event:

How to sign into your account and manage multiple subscriptions

  1. Select the Sign In button at the top of each page and sign into your account in the hover window.
  2. Hover over the WELCOME link, and select My Subscriptions. From here, you can manage your individual subscriptions from our complete list of available subscriptions
  3. Select Add and choose a document type, project or committee you wish to track.
  4. Then choose the alert Frequency
    1. Real-Time (as the information is published)
    2. Daily (single daily summary)
    3. Weekly (single weekly summary)
  5. If you find you no longer need an email notification on a certain topic, you can unsubscribe at any time. Go to My Subscriptions page, check the ones you no longer wish to receive, and select Unsubscribe.

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