April 26, 2016
Under normal weather and power system conditions, New England is expected to have the electricity resources it needs to meet consumer demand this summer. Electricity supplies are expected to be sufficient, but construction work on the region’s natural gas pipeline infrastructure will limit delivery of natural gas to some power plants and require them to obtain fuel from different sources.
ISO-NE marks Earth Day 2016 with an update on New England’s energy-efficiency, solar, and wind resources
April 22, 2016
As the world marked the 46th annual Earth Day on April 22, widespread efforts are well underway across the New England region to develop cleaner sources of electric energy and reduce electricity use. Read how ISO New England has been working with the states and industry stakeholders to help quantify and integrate regional developments related to energy-efficiency programs and wind and solar resources.
April 21, 2016
Mild weather in March, low consumer demand for electricity, and low natural gas prices proved a potent combination—resulting in New England’s lowest monthly average wholesale electricity price in the past 13 years.