• Power Your Career: Intern at the ISO!

    At ISO New England, interns spend the summer working with industry experts on projects that matter. You’ll apply what you’ve learned in school and develop marketable skills.

  • Spotlight: An Integrated Approach to Wind Power

    Watch a trio of videos detailing the work being done behind the scenes at ISO New England to weave wind energy into our operations, markets, and system planning procedures.

  • 2019 Regional Electricity Outlook (REO)

    Our traditional power grid is rapidly becoming a hybrid system of conventional, renewable, and distributed resources. The REO describes how the ISO is working to solve operational and market challenges that emerge during this major transformation.

  • Capacity vs. Energy: a Primer

    Electricity is measured in both capacity and energy. Understanding the difference is critical to understanding how the power grid works.

  • Learn about our mission

    Operate the power grid. Run competitive wholesale electricity markets. Plan for future power system needs. ISO-NE helps keep New England’s homes, businesses, and services up and running 24/7, 365 days a year.


AS OF 10/16/2019 07:34 AM


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$16.05 Energy
$0.13 Congestion
$0.13 Line Loss

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Summer 2019: Lowest regional grid electricity use in at least 16 years

October 2, 2019

Despite a hot July, New England homes and businesses used the lowest total amount of grid electricity of any summer season since at least 2003 and that, combined with extremely low natural gas prices, resulted in the second lowest energy market pricing since 2003.

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ISO-NE continues to develop solutions that help the states achieve their clean energy goal while keeping the markets competitive

October 2, 2019

Recently, a lot of activity and conversation has emerged on what ISO New England’s role should be in helping the states fulfill their clean energy policies. It is important to remember that ISO New England does not set policy and does not control the mix of resources being developed in the region.

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The New England states’ frameworks for reducing greenhouse gas emissions continue to evolve

October 2, 2019

Since 2001, the six New England states have been working to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Through regional agreements as well as state legislative mandates and aspirational goals, the New England states are moving toward economy-wide GHG reductions. Here’s an update.

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NEPOOL Markets Committee Meeting (CANCELLED)

October 17, 2019
9:30AM - 4:00PM

Energy-Efficiency Forecast Working Group (WebEx)

October 18, 2019
1:00PM - 2:30PM

Forward Capacity Market (FCM 101)

October 21, 2019
9:00AM - 5:00PM

Forward Capacity Market (FCM 101)

October 22, 2019
9:00AM - 5:00PM

Forward Capacity Market (FCM 101)

October 23, 2019
9:00AM - 3:30PM

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