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Today’s
Snapshot

AS OF 04/19/2018 07:58 AM

19,112

Available
Capacity (MW)

14,850

Forecasted Peak
Demand (MW)

1,892

Surplus
Capacity (MW)

14,182

Yesterday's Peak
Demand (MW)

Real-Time Data

System Demand

 

    
Forecasted (MW)
    
Actual (MW)

Fuel Mix

 

Internal hub Price

$49.83 Energy
$0.00 Congestion
$0.25 Line Loss
$50.08

System Status

Normal normal

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News

ISO-NE issues draft load forecast for the next 10 years

March 29, 2018

The draft long-term forecast for 2018 to 2027 projects that energy usage and peak demand will decline slightly in New England over the 10-year period. The primary factors are continuing installation of energy-efficiency measures and behind-the-meter photovoltaic (BTM PV) arrays throughout the region.

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Spring 2018 regional transmission investment update

March 29, 2018

Since the October 2017 update, 22 upgrades were placed in service and no new projects were added. Since 2002, a cumulative total of 768 project components representing an investment of $10.4 billion have been placed into service to help ensure that New England’s transmission system continues to reliably and efficiently move wholesale electricity across the region.

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Feb. natural gas and wholesale power prices subsided from Jan. highs

March 26, 2018 at 9:30AM

Milder weather during February tempered the demand for both natural gas and power and allowed the average monthly price for each to drop significantly from the highs recorded during January. The average monthly wholesale power price shrank more than 63% in both the day-ahead and real-time energy markets but were still up, by about 32%, from the average monthly prices recorded in February 2017.

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Calendar

NEPOOL Budget & Finance Subcommittee Meeting (CANCELLED)

April 19, 2018
10:00AM - 12:00PM

New England States Meeting

April 23, 2018
12:30PM - 3:30PM

NEPOOL Transmission Committee

April 24, 2018
9:30AM - 10:45AM

Reliability Committee

April 24, 2018
11:00AM - 4:00PM

Reliability Committee

April 25, 2018
9:30AM - 4:30PM

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