Thursday morning in Boston, ISO-New England
will hold a public meeting to review a draft plan it has developed for dealing with the region's electric needs over the next decade.
ISO-NE’s 2012 Regional System Plan will outline the generation, energy efficiency resources, and transmission improvements that are available to meet the region’s power needs. The plan will be unveiled during a meeting at the Seaport Hotel in Boston.
ISO-NE develops the annual plan by working with policymakers and state utility regulators from around the region, as well as companies doing business in the marketplace and consumer organizations.
After getting feedback from the public at Thursday’s meeting, the final version of the 2012 Regional System Plan is expected to be issued in November.
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