California ISO unveils new website


Primary connection with public has an updated look, improved navigation

FOLSOM, Calif. – The California Independent System Operator (ISO) is proud to announce the launch of its new website today, featuring a contemporary look, better organization, and streamlined navigation.

The debut of the public website marks the first major overhaul of since 2010, and brings our most important digital platform in line with the modern demands of the highly technical and fast-moving energy industry. It also supports our mission to provide transparency in our work, by enhancing access to the most up-to-date information.

Users will find a visually-appealing, intuitive and quick-responding site on computers or mobile devices. As always, is the primary point of contact and digital hub of all the ISO’s activities, initiatives, reports and data, now with more intuitive filtering and funneling of subjects. 

The navigation has been redesigned to allow for fast, easy access to resources, menus have been reorganized, most-visited topics have been floated to the top of the webpages, and business needs have been grouped intuitively.

Among other new features, the website now has a Stakeholder Center with links to policy initiatives, training, the commenting tool, and a new “Participate with the ISO” section. A menu choice for Systems and Applications has been added to every webpage to speed access to technical resources identified as high-usage areas of the site.  

The previous website will remain online through June 30, and can be accessed using a link on the homepage of the new site until then. Please be aware that no updated or new content will be posted to the previous site, effective today. 

Two virtual training sessions have been held to help the public get familiar with the new website. Recordings of the sessions can be found on the site’s new Training Center page, along with a “crosswalk document” showing locations of topics on the previous and new website. In the coming weeks, short videos focusing on navigating specific sections will also be available on that page.

Users can provide feedback or submit questions about the new site to the “Contact us” form.

Learn more about the new website from the recent Energy Matters blog.

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The California Independent System Operator (ISO) is a nonprofit public benefit corporation dedicated, with its partners, to continuous improvement and secure operation of a reliable grid operated for the benefit of consumers. It provides comprehensive grid planning, open and nondiscriminatory access to one of the largest networks of high-voltage transmission power lines in the world, and operates a $9 billion competitive electricity market. Recognizing the importance of the global climate challenge, the ISO is at the forefront of integrating renew able power and advanced technologies that w ill help provide a sustainable energy future efficiently and cleanly.  

The Western Energy Imbalance Market (WEIM) is a real-time wholesale energy trading market that enables participants anywhere in the West to buy and sell energy w hen needed. The WEIM Governing Body is the governing authority designed by regional stakeholders and has shared authority with the ISO Board of Governors to resolve rules specific to participation in the WEIM.

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