Mystic Generating Station
ISO-NE forecasts peak demand of 20,269 MW under average weather conditions, and a 21,032-MW peak under below-average temperatures.
FERC Chair Willie Phillips and NERC CEO James Robb wrote in joint comments that they have "serious concerns" about Everett's retirement.
FERC reversed its previous determination that “all interested parties can review and challenge Mystic’s revenue credits and tank congestion charges” in the annual true-up process.
FERC stakeholders debated winter reliability challenges in the Northeast, including the potential loss of the Everett LNG import terminal.
New England utilities have sought information on the agreement between ISO-NE and the Mystic power plant in Massachusetts.
ISO-NE gave the Participants Committee a review of the past winter and a preview of the next — with and without the Everett LNG terminal.
ISO-NE will start 2023 like it starts every year: worrying about the winter weather.
A group of New England suppliers is raising worries about the costs of the cost-of-service agreement between ISO-NE and the Mystic Generating Station.
The fate of the LNG import terminal in Everett, Mass., has come into increasingly sharp focus in the last few months.
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.
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