ISO New England: Region expected to meet peak summer electricity demands

NEW ENGLAND is expected to meet peak demand for electricity this summer, according to ISO New England. / COURTESY ISO NEW ENGLAND
NEW ENGLAND is expected to meet peak demand for electricity this summer, according to ISO New England. / COURTESY ISO NEW ENGLAND
PROVIDENCE – New England is expected to have sufficient electricity to meet consumer demand this summer, according to a report published Wednesday by ISO New England Inc., the operator of the region’s bulk power system. Energy demand for the region was forecast to peak at 25,323 megawatts, with an extreme weather peak estimation of 27,212…

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