May 1, 2019
ISO Throwing Money at Misguided “Solution”
The regional grid operator, ISO-NE, has proposed to create a new compensation mechanism for resources that can contribute to winter energy security during the 2023/2024 and 2024/2025 winters. The proposal has been dubbed “Chapter 2B,” as it follows the cost of service contract given to the Mystic units (and potentially other units in the future) to ensure that they do not retire and is part of ISO’s three-part effort to address perceived winter energy shortfalls. As a threshold issue, we do not believe there is enough evidence that the

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