Security, Reliability, & Integration –
Analyzing the Regional Energy Grid
In January 2018, ISO New England released its Operational Fuel-Security Analysis, a study assessing whether possible future resource combinations would have enough fuel to ensure bulk power system reliability throughout an entire winter. The results indicate that maintaining reliability is likely to become more challenging, especially if current power system trends continue. The study's findings suggest six major conclusions:
ISO New England is the independent operator of the region’s bulk power system and wholesale electricity marketplace and will be presenting this report and its findings.
Join E2Tech for a discussion of whether the regional grid is reliable and what we can do to increase its reliability and security. What level of fuel-security risk is the ISO and the region willing to tolerate? How do we remove barriers for integrating additional clean energy resources into the grid? What actions can be taken to increase resiliency of the grid in the face of a changing climate and increased energy demands? Join us and experts in the field to discuss these questions, studies, and initiatives.
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