Access information and data related to demand resources. See Applications and Status Changes if you’d like to do business in New England’s energy markets or need to make changes to your ISO account.
Demand resources, like power plants and other supply resources, are competitive assets that help meet New England’s electricity needs. By reducing consumption, demand resources can help ensure enough electricity is available to maintain grid reliability. Read more.
Materials accessible below include participation guidance, tools, forms, and other related documents.
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Market rules for demand response are outlined in the ISO Tariff. See Section III: Market Rule 1 and Appendix E to Market Rule 1. The changes being made to fully integrate demand response are also detailed in the ISO’s October 31, 2014, filing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). On October 29, 2015, the ISO proposed that the date to fully integrate demand response into the energy and reserve markets be postponed to June 1, 2018, given the then uncertain outcome of legal proceedings that questioned FERC jurisdiction over demand response. See part one and part two of that filing.
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