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Here’s a guide to what’s trending at the ISO.

 

LADWP and Public Service Company of New Mexico join the EIM

The largest publicly owned utility in California and the largest electric power provider in New Mexico began participating in the California Independent System Operator’s (ISO) Western Energy Imbalance Market (EIM) today. Read the news release for more details.


Four publicly owned utilities begin participating in the Western EIM

The Turlock Irrigation District and the Balancing Area of Northern California (BANC) Phase 2, comprised of the Modesto Irrigation District, the City of Redding, the City of Roseville and the Western Area Power Administration-Sierra Nevada Region, began participating in the West’s real-time energy market. Read the news release for more details.


Energy Matters is now available

The March edition of the California ISO's newsletter, Energy Matters, announces the Western Energy Imbalance Market’s (EIM) Governing Body’s recent approval of market and operational enhancements; renewable energy records; the First Native American Tribe to become a transmission operator in the ISO; and how to sign up for Flex Alert notifications.


Western EIM Governing Body adopts initiatives for summer reliability

To help maintain grid reliability this summer, the Western Energy Imbalance Market (Western EIM) Governing Body unanimously approved market and operational enhancements for Western EIM entities participating in the California Independent System Operator’s (ISO) real-time energy market. Read the news release for more details.


2020 Annual Statistics now available

The California ISO continued to top renewable energy records in 2020, including historic peaks for solar and wind generation, and renewable energy serving load. Read the news release.


First Native American tribe set to be a transmission owner in the ISO

The Morongo Band of the Mission Indians is on track to become the first Native American tribe to be a participating transmission owner in the California Independent System Operator (ISO) balancing authority, creating a critical connection to help meet the state’s green energy goals. Read the news release.