May 23, 2024

NEPOOL Reliability Committee

ISO-NE Decreases Its 10-year Peak Load Forecast
ISO-NE is decreasing its peak load projections slightly for the next 10 years due to slower-than-expected EV adoption, managed charging programs and changes to its modeling of partial building electrification.
NEPOOL Reliability Committee Briefs: Feb. 14
ISO-NE provided more detail in response to stakeholder questions about how the RTO plans to model oil and gas resources as a part of its Resource Capacity Accreditation project.
ISO-NE Details Resource Modeling Plans for Capacity Accreditation
Improvements are required to the Resource Adequacy Assessment used to calculate capacity requirements and develop resource-specific accreditation values, says the technical manager at ISO-NE.  
ISO-NE Details Proposal for Regional Energy Shortfall Threshold
ISO-NE kicked off work to determine an acceptable level of energy shortfall risk for New England, particularly during extreme weather events. 
ISO-NE Sees Little Shortfall Risk for 2032
ISO-NE anticipates little risk of energy shortfall in the summer of 2032.
NEPOOL Reliability Committee Briefs: Sept. 21, 2021
ISO-NE will propose tariff changes as a result of “lessons learned” from its first competitive transmission solicitation under Order 1000 last year.
NEPOOL Reliability Committee Briefs: Sept. 1, 2021
ISO-NE proposed an installed capacity requirement of 32,568 MW for FCA 16, a 1,585-MW decrease from FCA 15, at the NEPOOL Reliability Committee meeting.
Consensus Reached on Framework Document for NEPOOL Future Grid Study
The NEPOOL Markets and Reliability committees produced a consensus framework document and assumptions for Phase 1 of the Future Grid Reliability Study.
NEPOOL Reliability Committee Briefs: Dec. 15, 2020
The NEPOOL Reliability Committee last week recommended that the Participants Committee support revisions to ISO-NE’s Planning Procedures
NEPOOL Reliability Committee Briefs: Oct. 20, 2020
NEPOOL’s Reliability Committee failed to endorse cost overruns on Eversource Energy’s Greater Boston Transmission Project.

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