Our traditional power grid is rapidly becoming a hybrid system of conventional, renewable, and distributed resources.
ISO New England’s unique role gives it an objective, bird’s-eye view of trends that could have an impact on the region’s power system. Read the Regional Electricity Outlook (REO) to learn about how the grid is changing, issues that affect the reliable supply of electricity, and how the ISO is working to solve operational and market challenges that emerge during this major transformation.
For updated facts and statistics cited in the REO, view our Key Grid and Markets Stats pages.
A two-page overview of the six-state region’s wholesale electric power industry
A two-page summary of power resources, demand, and environmental goals by state
A wide variety of viewable and downloadable reports, charts, and other public data available to market participants and other interested stakeholders
The ISO’s expectations for electricity supplies and system conditions during the current spring, summer, fall, or winter
The report outlining the planning/operations, markets, and capital projects we have planned for the year, as well as their expected timelines and outcomes
Details on the specific ISO projects underway and planned to enhance the region’s wholesale electricity markets
The report detailing the projected future load, resource, and transmission needs of New England’s power system on a 10-year horizon
How the ISO runs New England’s power system, administers its wholesale electricity marketplace, and manages long-term regional system planning
The ISO’s annual operating and capital budgets and development materials
The ISO’s formal financial statements and audit reports
About the people and policies behind the ISO
|2018 Regional Electricity Outlook||2/14/2018||6.26MB|
|2017 Regional Electricity Outlook||2/20/2017||3.73MB|
|2016 Regional Electricity Outlook||03/01/2016||2.71MB|
|2015 Regional Electricity Outlook||02/26/2015||4.39MB|
|2014 Regional Electricity Outlook||02/25/2014||8MB|
|2013 Regional Electricity Outlook||01/31/2013||6MB|
|2011-2012 Regional Electricity Outlook||06/30/2011||4MB|
|2010 Regional Electricity Outlook||06/25/2010||8MB|
|2009 Regional Electricity Outlook||05/20/2009||3MB|
|2008 Regional Electricity Outlook||04/30/2008||819KB|