winter reliability program
NEPOOL's Markets Committee approved changes to the Inventoried Energy Program intended to get the winter reliability program in line with global energy markets.
NESCOE urged ISO-NE to share confidential data about fuel supply and grid reliability with FERC ahead of the upcoming winter.
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ISO-NE is not going to try for an out-of-market solution to New England's winter reliability woes this year.
An exchange of letters between ISO-NE and Connecticut's top energy regulator shows tension still remains about how to handle winter reliability worries.
FERC defended its ruling approving bidding results in ISO-NE’s 2013/14 Winter Reliability Program in response to TransCanada Power Marketing.
FERC reaffirmed its conclusion that the results of ISO-NE’s 2013/14 Winter Reliability Program were just and reasonable despite the fact that the largest participants may have had market power.
FERC ordered ISO-NE to provide it more information to prove that the 2013-14 winter reliability program resulted in just and reasonable rates.
FERC denied rehearing of its September order endorsing the interim Winter Reliability Program for ISO-NE.
Infrastructure expansion has been the dominant theme in New England in recent years, and 2016 appears to be no different.
The nation’s power system is in good shape heading into the winter, NERC said in its Winter Reliability Assessment.
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