Morning Report
For the weekly forecast, please refer to the Seven-Day Forecast.
1. Report Date  
Sunday, Apr 20 2014 | 08:26:04 AM  
2. Peak Load (MW)  
Saturday, Apr 19 2014 hour ending 21 13,714  
3. Operable Capacity Analysis (MW)  
A. Capacity Supply Obligation (CSO) 30,092  
B. Capacity Additions EcoMax Bid > CSO 1,876  
C. Generation Outages and Reductions 6,229  
D. Uncommitted Available Generation (non fast start) 9,793  
E. Capacity Deliveries: Net Purchases = (-) Net Sales = (+)  
  NYISO AC -302    
  NYISO NNC 50    
  NYISO CSC 330    
  NB -447    
  Phase 2 -1,389    
  Highgate -218    
 
 
  Net Deliveries   -1,976  
F. Total Available Capacity (A+B-C-D-E) 17,922  
G. Peak Load Forecast For Hour 21 13,800  
H. Total Operating Reserve Requirement 2,354  
I. Capacity Required 16,154  
J. Surplus = (+) Deficiency = (-) (F - I) 1,768  
K. Replacement Reserve Requirement 160  
L. Excess Commitment Surplus = (+) Deficiency = (-) (J - K) 1,608  
4. Largest First Contingency (MW)  
1,389  
5. Annual Maintenance Schedule (A.M.S) (MW)  
Peak Load Exposure 16,757  
6. Reserve Summary (MW)  
Ten Minute Reserve Requirement: 1,736  
Ten Minute Reserve Estimate: 1,736  
Thirty Minute Reserve Requirement: 618  
Thirty Minute Reserve Estimate: 2,386  
Expected Actions of OP 4: 0  
Additional Capacity Available from OP 4 Actions: 0  
7. Interchange Summary (MW) (MW) (MW)  
TRANSFER LIMIT IN TRANSFER LIMIT OUT SCHEDULED CONTRACT  
NYISO AC -1,400 1,200 -302  
NYISO NNC -200 200 50  
NYISO CSC -346 330 330  
NB -650 0 -447  
Phase 2 -2,000 1,200 -1,389  
Highgate -218 20 -218  
8. Weather Forecast Summary for the Peak Hour  
CITY CONDITIONS WIND HIGH TEMP (°F)  
Boston Mostly Clear SE-7 45  
Hartford Mostly Clear S-8 49  
9. SAR Available  
NYISO Yes  
10. Capacity of Non-Commercial Units (MW)  
Total Available 0  
11. Units Committed to Meet Minimum Operating Reserve and Replacement Reserve Requirements (MW)  
0 Units 0  
12. Geomagnetic Disturbance Activity  
Forecast: N/A  
Alert: N/A  
Intensity: N/A  
Observed Activity: N/A  
Actions Taken or Planned by Other Control Areas: None  
Morning Report Updated by System Operations and Reliability Operations
  Copyright ©2014 ISO New England Inc.
 

Date and time of report.

Highest integrated hourly demand value for the previous day. The date is the previous days date. Hour ending is the hour with the highest integrated demand. As an example, hour ending 18 would be the time period from 17:01 until 18:00 eastern time. MW is an hourly-integrated value. It is an hourly roll up of New England generation plus external tie lines and subtracting any New England pumping demand. The value is based on telemetered data and is subject to revision.

The sum of Capacity Supply Obligations(CSO)values of ISO-NE internal generators.

The sum of all MWs between CSO and EcoMax.

The sum of capability of all generation either scheduled Out of Service (OOS), forced OOS or reduced for the day, as known at the time of Morning Report development for the peak hour of the day.

The sum of all generation that was not committed to be run but is available to come online.

The total expected capacity transfers, by interface, at the time of the projected peak load.

Net Interchange with New York on the AC ties.

Net Interchange with New York on the Norwalk Northport Cable.

Net Interchange with New York on the Cross Sound Cable.

Net Interchange with New Brunswick.

Net Interchange with Hydro Quebec on Phase 2.

Net Interchange with Hydro Quebec on Highgate.

The sum of Net transactions with NYISO AC ties, NYISO NNC, NYISO Cross Sound Cable, New Brunswick, Hydro Quebec on Phase 2 and Hydro Quebec on Highgate ties.

Total available MW to meet the projected peak load demand.

Peak load forecast for this day.

The sum of capability required covering 100% of first contingency loss within 10 minutes and 50% of second contingency loss within 30 minutes.

Total to meet peak load plus operating reserve requirement (G+H)

Capacity position projection at time of peak load.

In addition to the Operating Reserve Requirements, ISO will maintain a quantity of Replacement Reserves in the form of additional TMOR for the purposes of meeting the NPCC requirement to restore its Ten-Minute Reserve. The Replacement Reserve Requirement may be decreased to zero based upon ISO capability to restore Ten-Minute Reserve within NPCC requirements.

Capacity projected to be available at the peak hour above operating reserve and replacement reserve requirements.

Size of the largest first contingency.

Peak load exposure used for the Annual Maintenance Schedule (AMS) development for the entire week (Saturday through Sunday).

Equal to MW value of the largest first contingency (see 4).

Estimate of total ten-minute reserves available at the time of projected system peak load.

Equal to 50% of the MW value of the largest second contingency.

Estimate of total thirty-minute Reserves available at the time of projected system peak load.

Expected steps of OP-4 to be implemented to meet projected peak load.

Additional MW relief obtained by implementing the expected actions of OP 4, listed above.

Total available for interchange transfer, by interface.

Total expected external transfers (includes energy only), by interface, at the time of the projected peak load; negative total is net imports, positive total is net exports.

Total Transfer Capability and Forecasted Interchange with New York on the AC ties.
Net Purchases = (-) Net Sales = (+)

Total Transfer Capability and Forecasted Interchange with New York on the Norwalk Northport Cable.
Net Purchases = (-) Net Sales = (+)

Total Transfer Capability and Forecasted Interchange with New York on the Cross Sound Cable.
Net Purchases = (-) Net Sales = (+)

Total Transfer Capability and Forecasted Interchange with New Brunswick.
Net Purchases = (-) Net Sales = (+)

Total Transfer Capability and Forecasted Interchange with Hydro Quebec via Phase 2.
Net Purchases = (-) Net Sales = (+)

Total Transfer Capability and Forecasted Interchange with Hydro Quebec via Highgate.
Net Purchases = (-) Net Sales = (+)

Boston weather forecast.

Hartford weather forecast.

New York Shared Activation of Reserve (SAR); a -YES- in this field means the two control areas may rely on up to 300MW of capacity, energy, or both in an emergency to meet their individual reserve requirements.

Capacity of non-commercial generators that are testing.

Number of MW committed to meet replacement reserve requirements.

GeoMagnetic Disturbance forecast

GeoMagnetic Disturbance Alert Status

GeoMagnetic Disturbance Intensity

Observed GeoMagnetic Disturbance Activity

GeoMagnetic Disturbance Actions Planned

GeoMagnetic Disturbance Actions Taken