Press Releases
2014
ISO-NE issues press releases to announce significant events relating to the bulk electric power system and wholesale electricity markets.

Date Document Title Document Type  
Jun 24, 2014
Robert Ethier, currently Vice President of Market Development, will become Vice President of Market Operations, while Mark Karl, currently Senior Director of Resource Adequacy, will become Vice President of Market Development.
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May 06, 2014
New England's $8.8 billion wholesale electricity markets operated efficiently and competitively in 2013, according to the ISO-NE Internal Market Monitor's annual markets report.
PDF (97.2k)
Apr 29, 2014
Electricity supplies during the upcoming summer in the six-state New England region are expected to be sufficient to meet consumer demand under normal weather conditions.
PDF (55.3k)
Apr 21, 2014
Gordon van Welie, president and CEO of ISO-NE, will participate in the US DOE's Quadrennial Energy Review public stakeholder meeting on New England Regional Energy Infrastructure Constraints in Hartford, Connecticut.
PDF (51.2k)
Mar 21, 2014
Jeffrey McDonald, PhD, currently Manager of Market Analysis and Mitigation at the California ISO, will join ISO-NE on April 28 as Vice President of Market Monitoring, succeeding David LaPlante, who will retire this summer.
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Mar 18, 2014
Natural gas pipeline constraints and higher demand caused prices for both natural gas and wholesale electricity to rise over 2012's record low prices.
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Feb 28, 2014
Finalized FCA #8 auction results confirm that the auction concluded with a small deficit in the power system resources needed to meet consumer demand in New England in 2017-2018.
PDF (165k)
Feb 20, 2014
Kathryn J. Jackson, current Chair of the ISO New England Board of Directors, will leave the board effective April 25, 2014. ISO Board member Philip Shapiro will become Chair upon Jackson's departure.
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Feb 05, 2014
The Forward Capacity Market auction to acquire the power system resources required to meet consumer demand in 2017-2018 concluded Monday with a slight shortfall, resulting in rising prices that reflect the need for new resources.
PDF (60.4k)
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