Gordon van Welie
Gas-electric coordination is becoming the “Achille’s heel of the energy transition,” ISO-NE CEO Gordon van Welie told the NERC Reliability Leadership Summit.
The fate of the LNG import terminal in Everett, Mass., has come into increasingly sharp focus in the last few months.
ISO-NE CEO Gordon van Welie talked to RTO Insider about this winter, the clean energy transition and his plans for the future after 20 years in charge.
Experts, analysts and lobbyists convened with FERC in Vermont to talk about the issues facing New England’s electric grid in the winter.
ISO-NE warns that the region’s near-term grid reliability depends on its access to LNG — and that access in turn relies on a single facility outside Boston.
ISO-NE is considering bringing back several past winter reliability programs ahead of possible tight conditions this year.
Energy sector leaders in New England are already warning of a grim possible scenario for next winter.
ISO-NE elected former DOE official Melvin Williams Jr. as a board member and re-elected board chair Cheryl LaFleur as it returned to 10 members from 11.
Organized power markets may be more successful at decarbonizing the energy supply, but they face challenges in meeting ambitious policy goals, experts say.
Competitive power generators renewed their calls for a national price on carbon emissions while complaining of a lack of market support for gas generators.
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