The Emerging Technologies Working Group (ETWG) serves as a forum to exchange information and discuss technical issues related to emerging technologies’ integration into New England’s bulk power system and participation in the region’s wholesale electricity markets. Examples of emerging technologies would include inverter-based resources, distributed energy resources, or other new technologies that may materialize over time as the industry evolves.
The ETWG reports to the Markets Committee (MC), the Reliability Committee (RC), and the Transmission Committee (TC). Topics for review are referred by the MC, RC, or TC, or relevant discussions may be suggested by stakeholders and the ISO. The ETWG meets on a quarterly basis with additional meetings as necessary.
For details on the ETWG’s role and operation, see the ETWG Charter.
|Officer Name||Representing Company||Sector||Position|
|Dennis Cakert||ISO New England Inc||Not applicable||Chair|
|Nicholas Gangi||ISO New England Inc||Not applicable||Secretary|
NEPOOL meetings, while not public, are open to all NEPOOL Participants, their authorized representatives and, except as otherwise limited for discussions in executive session, consumer advocates, federal and state officials, and guests, including representatives of emerging technologies, whose attendance has been cleared with the Working Group Chair and Vice-Chair. All those in attendance or participating, either in person or by phone, are required to identify themselves and their affiliation at the meeting. Meeting materials are posted publicly below. No statements made in NEPOOL meetings are to be quoted or published publicly.
|Emerging Technologies Working Group Events|
|NEPOOL Emerging Technologies Working Group Meeting Location: WebEx/Teleconference||
October 27, 2022
9:30AM - 12:00PM