Access materials related to Market Efficiency Transmission Upgrades in New England. These materials include study scopes, presentations, reports, responses to written stakeholder comments, and any necessary modeling information.
See Competitive Transmission Projects to follow any requests for proposals related to transmission upgrades.
Market Efficiency Transmission Upgrades (METUs) are upgrades designed primarily to provide a net reduction in total production cost to supply the system load. These upgrades are identified by ISO New England where the reduction in cost to supply system load exceeds the cost of the transmission upgrade.
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