Innovation at NYPA’S Marcy Energy Center improves New York transmission system

The NYISO announced Friday that the CSC will allow power flows through the Utica-Albany corridor of transmission to increase by approximately 60 megawatts (mw). Major transmission lines from all areas of the state converge in Central New York, causing the state’s most serious transmission bottleneck along the crucial Utica-Albany corridor. The NYISO is responsible for maintaining the reliability of New York’s bulk power system and operating a fair and competitive wholesale energy market.


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