Future Grid – Reliability Study

The Transition to the Future Grid is a focused NEPOOL stakeholder process to further assess and explore potential market and reliability issues in light of evolving state energy and environmental policies. Assumptions and future scenarios will be developed to help identify any operational and reliability needs on the New England power system. Following the identification of these needs, a gap analysis will be conducted to determine if there are any market deficits that need to be addressed to assure the continued reliable operation of the system. Based on the study results from the gap analysis, potential wholesale regional market approaches would be explored to address the identified gaps.. This page consolidates meeting materials and provides a link to reference library for additional resources related to this Initiative.

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NEPOOL meetings, while not public, are open to all NEPOOL Participants, their authorized representatives and, except as otherwise limited for discussions in executive session, consumer advocates, federal and state officials and guests whose attendance has been cleared with the Committee Chair.  All those in attendance or participating, either in person or by phone, are required to identify themselves and their affiliation at the meeting.  Official records and minutes of meetings are posted publicly. No statements made in NEPOOL meetings are to be quoted or published publicly.

Aug 4, 2020

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Future Grid Study Proposal Requests

July 1, 2020

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May 27. 2020