ISO-NE celebrates ISO Newswire’s five-year anniversary
This month, ISO Newswire marks five years of being New England’s go-to source for news and technical information on the region’s grid operations, wholesale electricity marketplace, and long-term power system planning. We thank our readers—market participants, federal and state policymakers, government regulators, the media, consumer advocates, and the general public—for taking the time to stay informed and engaged about issues affecting New England’s power system. Happy fifth anniversary!
The ISO has published hundreds of articles on ISO Newswire since its debut in 2010, reaching an audience of nearly 21,000. Per month, ISO Newswire averages about:
- 2,000 unique visitors
- 4,600 page views
- 1,000 subscribers to our RSS feed
Our readers turn to ISO Newswire for important announcements about market rule changes and market results; monthly overviews of wholesale electricity prices and the factors affecting them; annual outlooks for summer and winter power supplies; seasonal recaps of power system performance and marketplace results; notices of upcoming ISO classroom and online training opportunities; and updates on ISO projects that improve power system reliability and wholesale market efficiency. Before launching its online news blog, ISO New England provided updates via its newsletters, ISO News and ISO New England Outlook.
Making the most of ISO Newswire
Go beyond the homepage articles! ISO Newswire offers many features that make it easy to find and share information.
Subscribing to ISO Newswire
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The online news blog is just one of the many ways ISO New England connects with regional stakeholders. ISO staff and senior management regularly attend public speaking engagements, making many presentation materials available online. The ISO shares information and collaborates with regional stakeholders through regular meetings of advisory committees and working groups. Vast amounts of markets and operations data and other valuable information is shared on the ISO website, which was redesigned last year to create a more user-friendly, helpful experience. And the mobile app, ISO to Go, puts real-time wholesale electricity pricing and power grid information in the palm of your hand.
- Inside ISO New England