The Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) is an open stakeholder forum that provides input and feedback to ISO New England on the regional system planning process, which involves:
Final reports, needs assessments (including economic studies), and solutions studies can be accessed below.
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PAC meetings are public, and any entity can designate a member to the PAC. This includes:
Generator owners, marketers, load serving entities, merchant transmission owners, and participating transmission owners, including any New England Power Pool (NEPOOL) participant representatives
To designate a PAC member or members, email PAC Secretary Marc Lyons. Please identify the name of the entity to be represented by the member(s), and the name, address, telephone number, fax number, and email address for each member.
For more information on the PAC’s roles and operation, please see the ISO Tariff, Section II (Open Access Transmission Tariff), Attachment K: Regional System Planning Process.
ISO New England performs these assessments and studies as prescribed by the ISO Tariff, Section II (Open Access Transmission Tariff), Attachment K: Regional System Planning Process. The assessments and studies involve stakeholder review and input, primarily by the Planning Advisory Committee (PAC), and form the foundation for the Regional System Plan. Read more.