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Our mission: operating the power grid; administering wholesale electricity markets; regional system planning
Registration information and support for business entities doing business with ISO New England
Stakeholder committees and working groups collaborating with the ISO in fulfilling its mission
Ensuring that New England’s transmission system can reliably deliver power under a wide range of future system conditions
Facilitating competitive markets and reliable wholesale electricity delivery in New England
The Reliability Committee is a standing technical committee of the New England Power Pool (NEPOOL) and one of NEPOOL’s principal committees. Under the Reliability Committee are several subgroups that study and act on specific issues.
One of the principal committees advising the NEPOOL Participants Committee and ISO New England on the design and oversight of reliability standards for New England, as well as on the development of the Regional System Plan
Reviews and provides input on the ISO’s long-run peak and energy forecasts and load forecasting methodologies
Examines issues related to the ability of New England’s generation, transmission, and other resources to meet reliability requirements
Establishes assumptions and methods for stability analysis and assesses dynamic behavior of the existing and planned New England power system
Helps develop requirements to ensure that New England’s power system meets established reliability standards and economic objectives
Improves education, understanding, communications, and coordination between the regional electric and natural gas systems (this group does not report to the RC but works on related issues)
A forum for the exchange of information and ideas on issues affecting variable resources in New England