RTO New England: Building a Better Model. Presented at RTO Roundtable by William McKinnon Director, Transmission Business Development Northeast Utilities. RTO New England: Four Years in the Making. 4/03 FERC allows RTO w/limited geographic scope (“compliant ISO”).
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Presented at RTO Roundtable
by William McKinnon
Director, Transmission Business Development
Process with ALJ
process with ALJ
RTO NE on
RTO NE Filing
New England TOs believe FERC is the most appropriate forum
for resolution of remaining issues after four years of negotiations.
Dates subject to verification.
Stakeholder Concerns Have Had a Significant Impact on the
Development of the RTO Filing:
with allowances for ‘jump ball’ on cost allocation
‘Gap RFP’ to meet immediate needs using variety of resources
Average rate: approx. 12¢/kWh
RTO New England: Benefits Far Outweigh Costs
RTO-NE’s primary responsibility will be to impartially and
seamlessly integrate and manage a fragmented energy
market for the benefit of all New England consumers.