ISO New England and PJM Interconnection propose a standard market design for wholesale electricity markets

Today, ISO New England delivered a letter to the Chairman and Commissioners of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), enclosing a report concerning its proposed comprehensive wholesale market program that combines salient features of the PJM market model with elements of its own existing wholesale market design.

ROSEMEAD, Calif., March 30, 2001 — The California Independent System Operator (Cal-ISO) today called upon Southern California Edison and other investor-owned utilities to begin voluntary “load” curtailment programs for certain customers within their service areas.

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