Entries in demand resources (21)

Monday
Oct162017

Upcoming webinar: Price-Responsive Demand Overview

Registration is open for the webinar, Price Responsive Demand Overview, that will be held on November 7, 2017, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. This webinar will provide a high-level overview of the price-responsive demand (PRD) project.  It introduces the systems and process changes associated with the project. Questions? Email the customer training team at MkTraining@iso-ne.com.

Thursday
Aug172017

Requests to participate in 2017/2018 Winter Reliability Program due October 1

Market participants: Requests to participate in the Oil Program, LNG Program, or Demand Response Program are due to ISO New England Customer Service by October 1, 2017. 

Read FERC approves reliability program for winters 2015/2016, 2016/2017, and 2017/2018 to learn more about the Winter Reliability Program and why the ISO is implementing these programs for the coming three winters.

See the Winter Program Payment Rate page for details on payment rates.

Thursday
Aug032017

ISO, NEPOOL make joint filing regarding full integration of demand response

Updated on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 2:13PM by Registered CommenterISO New England

On July 27, the ISO, joined by the New England Power Pool Participants Committee, jointly submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) revisions to Market Rule 1 to fully integrate demand response into New England’s wholesale electricity markets on June 1, 2018. This filing represents the latest, and final, in a series of filings that began with the ISO’s Order No. 745 compliance filing.  

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Wednesday
May032017

2017 forecast of capacity, energy, loads, and transmission is published by ISO-NE

Energy usage will decline slightly and peak demand will remain flat over the next 10 years

On May 1, 2017, ISO New England published the 2017-2026 Forecast Report of Capacity, Energy, Loads, and Transmission (CELT). The report is a primary source for assumptions used in ISO system planning and reliability studies. It provides a snapshot of the New England power system, including:

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Monday
Mar272017

Draft 2017-2026 forecast: energy usage will decline slightly and peak demand will remain flat

Every year, ISO New England develops a projection of how much electricity the region will use and how high demand will peak during each of the next 10 years. The 10-year forecast is a key system planning tool, helping ensure New England has an adequate supply of resources to meet future demand, and a transmission system that can do the job of carrying power to residents and businesses.

The draft long-term forecast for 2017 to 2026 projects that energy usage will decline slightly in New England and peak demand will remain flat over the 10-year period. The primary factors are continuing robust installation of energy-efficiency measures and behind-the-meter solar arrays throughout the region, as well as a slightly lower forecast for economic growth in New England.

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Wednesday
Feb222017

ISO-NE launches 2017 Regional Electricity Outlook 

Annual report describes transformation of New England’s power system

ISO New England has published its 2017 Regional Electricity Outlook, an annual report looking at the challenges and trends impacting New England’s power system, as well as the innovative solutions the ISO and regional stakeholders are pursuing to ensure reliable electricity for the region’s homes and businesses—today and into the future. The report and companion webpages look back on the changes in New England’s electricity industry over the past two decades, while exploring the changes currently underway in the region.

A full version of the 2017 Regional Electricity Outlook is available for download.

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