New England Will to Have Enough Resources to Meet Power Needs this Winter

ISO New England assures capacity will be plentiful this winter despite underlying possibilities like natural gas-fired generations having fuel constraints and generation withdraws. Dan Dolan, who is the New England Power Generators Association President, states that capacity will be adequate in meeting expectations. If New England’s winter weather hits a…

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Peak Demand Alert! How to Reduce Next Year’s Electricity Bills

We’re updating this afternoon because there is a possibility that the New England Power Grid will experience a very high level of demand from 2:00pm – 5:00pm EST tomorrow, July 8th, 2015 based on ISO-New England (the entity that manages the power grid) forecasts. When the New England Power Grid…

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New England Governors Meet to Discuss Long-Term Energy Strategy

Five of the six New England governors will meet at the Connecticut Convention Center today, April 23rd 2015. They will confer about a long-term energy strategy and address the issues regarding our region’s energy infrastructure. Attendees include Gov. Dannel P. Malloy of Connecticut, Gov. Paul R. LePage of Maine, Gov….

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