Entries in renewable resources (49)

Tuesday
Nov012016

Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island select projects to move forward under Clean Energy RFP

On October 24, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island released their evaluation of the projects submitted in response to the Clean Energy Request for Proposals (RFP) and announced that they collectively selected projects that represent approximately 460 megawatts (MW) of clean energy for New England’s wholesale market. Projects selected must successfully complete contract negotiations by mid-January 2017 and submit contracts for regulatory approval by March 1, 2017, before final acceptance.

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Wednesday
Oct262016

New ISO-NE webpage highlights the growing impact of solar power across the six states

Heat maps and load profiles illustrate solar power’s growing effects on the regional power system and grid operations

ISO New England is pleased to announce a new webpage, Solar Power in New England. Explore how solar power capacity is expected to grow, see how it’s already reducing the amount of electricity demanded from the grid at certain times of day, and learn why this creates challenges for ISO forecasting and grid operations.

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Wednesday
Sep072016

In brief: New handout summarizes ISO-NE’s high-tech initiatives

ISO New England has published Getting Ready for the Hybrid Grid, a one-sheet summary of our cutting-edge efforts to facilitate New England’s transition to a smarter, greener grid. The handout describes how the ISO is breaking new ground in the areas of forecasting and dispatch of renewable resources and other new technologies; high-speed cloud computing for analyzing vast, complex data; and protecting against cyber threats.

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Friday
Sep022016

Results of three stakeholder-requested economic studies on wind development

In addition to the engineering studies conducted regularly to ensure long-term reliability of the region’s bulk power system, ISO New England conducts up to three economic studies annually at the request of regional stakeholders. Each study analyzes the economic impacts of a power system scenario developed by those requesting the study. Each study’s scope of work and assumptions of future conditions are largely defined by the requestors, with input from both the Planning Advisory Committee and ISO New England.

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Wednesday
Aug312016

ISO New England CEO joins thousands in power industry, speaks at 2016 CIGRE Session in Paris

ISO New England CEO Gordon van Welie was invited to speak at the 2016 CIGRE Session held in Paris, France on August 21 – 26, 2016. CIGRE, the International Council on Large Electric Systems, holds week-long sessions every two years attracting thousands of senior executives, engineers, and experts from the worldwide power industry to discuss emerging issues and opportunities for high-voltage electric systems.

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Wednesday
Aug312016

ISO-NE employee honored with UVIG 2016 technical achievement award

The Utility Variable-Generation Integration Group (UVIG) has recognized John Simonelli, Director of Operations Support Services for ISO New England, with a 2016 Annual Achievement Award for leadership in industry education on the need for ancillary services and their provision from all resources.

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