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Thursday
Jun302016

Mixing things up: ISO-NE offers additional way to view real-time fuel mix with new graph in ISO Express

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.

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Thursday
Jun302016

Survey says: Add more data to default ISO Express dashboard

Enhancements go live July 5!

Over the past year, the ISO’s web team conducted a survey asking market participants how they use ISO Express, the ISO’s online dashboard of real-time markets and power system data. The results are in, and beginning July 5, ISO Express users will see a number of enhancements to the main/default ISO Express dashboard and to some of the individual data portlets.

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Monday
May022016

ISO-NE launches web resources for tracking projects and preparing for changes

New customer readiness webpages, a new webpage for the annual work plan, and a redesigned Wholesale Markets Project Plan (WMPP) webpage are now online

ISO New England is pleased to announce several new online resources to help customers follow ISO projects and prepare for upcoming changes to ISO services and systems spanning its three roles: operating the grid, designing and administering wholesale electricity markets, and power system planning. The ISO regularly undertakes projects across these areas to both keep pace with industry changes and continuously improve its services to the region. Projects are developed through an open stakeholder process.

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Monday
Nov232015

Fall 2015 website upgrades to address popular requests

ISO New England is committed to continually enhancing the ISO website’s helpfulness and ease of use for our stakeholders and employees. In response to feedback received since the launch of the redesigned website in August 2014, the ISO is pleased to announce the following upgrades.

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Wednesday
Oct142015

Upcoming changes to web browser support for the iso-ne website

Last fall, Microsoft announced that starting January 2016, it will support only the most current version of Internet Explorer (IE) available for a supported operating system.  For the Windows 7 operating system, this means IE version 11 only. ISO New England must comply with this change to ensure seamless support of its website and many applications. On November 2, 2015, ISO New England will be transitioning our support of Internet Explorer from IEv8 to IEv11 on the corporate website and ISO Express. Note that the ISO has already begun supporting most SMD Applications on IEv11 (see our Browser Support policies for the most up-to-date status on browser support). If you are unable to upgrade to IEv11, the corporate website and ISO Express are also supported by Mozilla Firefox. The sites will continue to work with IEv8 and IEv9, though any new functionality will not be tested in those older versions of the browser. If you have any questions, please contact Customer Service at 413-540-4220, by email at custserv@iso-ne.com, or by submitting a request through Ask ISO. For reference, read Microsoft's Internet Explorer Support Lifecycle FAQ.

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Monday
Aug252014

ISO New England launches redesigned website with a new look and increased functionality

Two years in the making, a brand new, completely overhauled iso-ne.com is now live and ready to show off its fresh new design. ISO New England “flipped the switch” to unveil its new site on Saturday, August 23. The website has gone through some BIG changes—visual, architectural, and functional—to make it more user-friendly and improve the way ISO New England delivers information.

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