ScottMadden Insight: Light or Heat – Gas in New England
ISO New England Generation Mix
ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading energy consulting firms, recently published, “Light or Heat,” examining ISO New England’s recent decisions to shift its generation portfolio toward more renewable generation sources. This move places new expectations on simple and combined-cycle generation and the natural gas pipelines that serve those plants, especially in the winter months when a “dual peak” often occurs. So, how is ISO New England stacking up so far?
ScottMadden’s white paper discusses the natural gas generation portfolio and presents our initial responses—the need for more gas pipeline capacity in the winter months.
“In many ways, ISO New England is at the far end of the energy supply chain, and that presents some unique challenges to managing traditional and renewable generation in a competitive marketplace,” said Steve Sanders, director at ScottMadden.
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