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Today’s
Snapshot

AS OF 01/19/2019 07:49 AM

21,872

Available
Capacity (MW)

16,800

Forecasted Peak
Demand (MW)

2,683

Surplus
Capacity (MW)

16,744

Yesterday's Peak
Demand (MW)

Real-Time Data

System Demand

 

    
Forecasted (MW)
    
Actual (MW)

Fuel Mix

 

Internal hub Price

$100.51 Energy
$0.00 Congestion
$0.33 Line Loss
$100.84

System Status

Normal normal

More Real-Time Data

News

Download latest edition of Wholesale Markets Project Plan

December 24, 2018

The WMPP describes the current status of market initiatives (including the progress of market projects cited in the Annual Work Plan) and is updated biannually in the summer and winter.

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Wholesale power and natural gas prices rose in November

December 21, 2018

Natural gas prices nearly doubled in November, pushing the average wholesale power price for the month up over 65% compared to the previous year. The day-ahead energy price was $57.43 per megawatt-hour (MWh) and the real-time energy price was $55.49/MWh.

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Long-term reduction in generator air emissions continues

December 20, 2018

Regional power plant emissions declined in 2017 compared to the previous year, according to preliminary data compiled for the draft 2017 ISO New England Electric Generator Air Emissions Report. The lower emissions were due largely to a decline in electricity generation by power plants that use fossil fuels.

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Calendar

NEPOOL Transmission Committee

January 23, 2019
9:30AM - 4:00PM

NEPOOL Budget & Finance Subcommittee Meeting

January 24, 2019
10:00AM - 12:00PM

Webinar: FCM Delisting

January 24, 2019
1:30PM - 3:30PM

Environmental Advisory Group

January 29, 2019
1:00PM - 3:00PM

Demand Resources Working Group

January 30, 2019
9:00AM - 10:00AM

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