ISO New England Inc. (ISO-NE) is an independent, non-profit Regional transmission organization (RTO), headquartered in Holyoke, Massachusetts, serving virtually all of the New England states; Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. ISO-NE oversees the operation of the 32,000 megawatt bulk electric power system and transmission lines in New England, generated and transmitted by its member utilities. The ISO-NE grid does not extend to remote parts of eastern and northern Maine in Washington and Aroostook Counties. In these areas, residents receive their electricity from Canadian providers such as NB Power and Hydro-Québec. ISO-NE was created in 1997 as a replacement for the New England Power Pool (NEPOOL), which was created in 1971.
What Market Data and Analysis does ESAI provide for ISO-New England?
ESAI provides fundamental-based outlooks for generation owners, investors, developers, and energy traders. Subscribers receive market updates on important market events including Capacity auctions, MA CO2, RGGI auctions, new Emissions and Renewables legislations, plus complete ISO-New England long-term price forecasts for Power, NatGas, Capacity, RECs, and Emissions prices.
ESAI Power’s market insights enable subscribers to:
- Make critical investment and trading decisions.
- Conduct effective energy asset revenue and gross margin analysis.
- Validate Asset valuation models and projections.
- Stay up to date with unbiased near-term and long-term price forecasts.
- Understand and manage market and regulatory risks.
- Test analytical models.
- Compare industry standard Capacity, Carbon, RECs, Energy & NatGas price forecast benchmarks.
In addition to ISO-New England, ESAI Power monitors PJM, NYISO and MISO.