2021 Report of the Consumer Liaison Group released
ISO New England and the Consumer Liaison Group (CLG) Coordinating Committee recently issued the 2021 Report of the Consumer Liaison Group. The annual report provides an analysis of retail rates in the six New England states, and current and historical data on the region’s wholesale electricity costs.
Further, the report features summaries of the 2021 quarterly CLG meetings, highlights and updates on ISO New England activities and initiatives, and a summary of the CLG Coordinating Committees’ priorities for 2022.
The 2021 Report is the 12th annual report of the CLG. The CLG was created in 2009 to facilitate the consideration of consumer interests in determining needs and solutions for the regional power grid. The CLG is open to the public and requires no registration fee. Participants generally include consumers and consumer representatives (including state consumer and ratepayer advocates), state business and industry associations, chambers of commerce, individual businesses, trade groups, nonprofit organizations, and other consumers. State regulators, including those who are NEPOOL members, are regular, active participants in CLG discussions.
The CLG meets quarterly, with each meeting addressing a regional electricity and consumer issue identified by the CLG Coordinating Committee. Eighty to 130 participants attend each meeting.
To learn more, visit the CLG page on the ISO website.