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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New England’s Options after the Closing of Vermont Yankee

The 5th largest power source in New England, The Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant, closed its doors after 42 years of service in December 2014. At the time of the closing, Vermont Yankee was producing 4% of total power generation for the overall region, and there was concern that the…

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Winter Reliability Program 2015

PROGRAM OVERVIEW For the second year in a row, ISO New England has implemented a Winter Reliability Program (WRP). The intent of the Winter Reliability Program is to mitigate winter system operation challenges and ensure the stability of the grid during the winter months. These challenges are due to the…

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