Each day, ISO New England projects the expected conditions for the power grid—for that day and upcoming week. These forecasts help the ISO and market participants make informed operating decisions.
Note: The information listed below—along with a large selection of other real-time and historical ISO data and reports—is also available in ISO Express. You can customize ISO Express data modules to see all the markets and power system data you’re interested in at one time and in one place.
The ISO’s projections for the current operating day, including peak load, operable capacity, reserve needs, and interchange summary
Summary of factors affecting the power system during the next seven days, including weather, generating capacity, and peak demand
Hourly systemwide forecast of electricity demand for today and the next two days
Hourly forecast of electricity demand for today and the next two days broken down by reliability region
The 21-day assessment is based on current system conditions, forecasted weather, load, generators’ reports of stored-fuel inventories and emissions limitations, and status of fuel delivery systems
Graphical depictions of electricity output remaining from New England's oil-fired generators before depleting reported on-site fuel inventories, and total usable fuel oil in New England