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Staying a Step AheadThis video looks inside ISO New England and the region’s changing power system. Watch today!
Registration information and support for business entities doing business with ISO New England
Stakeholder committees and working groups collaborating with the ISO in fulfilling its mission
Ensuring that New England’s transmission system can reliably deliver power under a wide range of future system conditions
Facilitating competitive markets and reliable wholesale electricity delivery in New England
The New England power grid is becoming increasingly complex as it transitions to increasing penetrations of clean energy. In order to operate the current and plan for the future system, our analyses need detailed network models and supporting data.
The transmission planning department uses complex models to represent the New England transmission system. These models serve as the basis for all analyses to determine the reliability of the Pool Transmission Facilities (PTF)
The ISO’s FERC Form No. 715—Annual Transmission Planning and Evaluation Reports to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
One key aspect of planning for the clean energy transition is information about the output of variable energy resources (VER) such as wind and solar
Generating Availability Data System (GADS) data used for ISO capacity planning and reliability studies, and North American Electric Reliability Corporation reporting requirements and other supporting infrastructure (natural gas and oil)
Pool Transmission Facilities (PTF) Catalog, is a list that includes terminals of facilities, kilovolt levels, conductor type, number of circuits, and circuit miles