Asset Publisher

Recent Posts

NYISO Addresses Potential Interconnection of NRG’s Dunkirk Generation Facility

NYISO President and CEO Brad Jones responds to Chautauqua County Executive George Borrello’s June 10th commentary regarding the future of NRG’s Dunkirk facility.

VIDEO: Job Corp Students Get Schooled on Real World Solar

Students from Hudson Valley Community College’s Job Corp program recently visited the NYISO.

VIDEO: People Who Power NY: “That’s what we do: work together and figure things out.”

The people powering New York don’t just focus on power; they focus on personal interactions as well.

VIDEO: People Who Power NY: “An opportunity for ‘change the world’ kind of cool.”

How do you go from building jet engines to designing energy markets? For some people, power generation is a mission. That’s true for Whitney.

NYISO’s Great Expectations for a Grid in Transition

New York’s centralized bulk power system, which has existed primarily to deliver reliable energy to every corner of the Empire State, is increasingly viewed as a critical element to achieving broader public policy goals for clean energy.

VIDEO: A Powerful Purpose: NYISO Community Engagement

Powering New York isn’t just about energy – it’s also about supporting our communities. And when it comes to volunteerism, it’s not just something we do, it’s who we are and what we believe in.

Electricity History: Steinmetz’s Birthday

Charles Proteus Steinmetz, a mathematician and electrical engineer who served as General Electric’s chief consulting engineer, did ground-breaking work on alternating current that contributed to the development of the electric system.

Electricity History: Brush’s Birthday

Thomas Edison’s legacy as chief architect of the modern electric system overshadows many other pioneers. A commercial power system installed by Charles F. Brush preceded Edison’s 1882 launch of Pearl Street Station.

Integrating DERs into the Power Grid

At the NYISO, we’re responsible for the reliability of the bulk electric system – a significant challenge that means most of the time we’re focused on high voltage transmission lines and large central station generating assets.

Electricity History: Westinghouse’s Birthday

George Westinghouse was born on October 6, 1846 in Central Bridge, NY. He became a prominent entrepreneur and engineer who, as a leading promoter of the alternating current system, played a major role in the development of the modern electric system.

Video: An Efficient Electricity Marketplace

Our markets are powering New York responsibly for the benefit of consumers, the economy, and the environment.

Social Icons - Twitter LinkedIn YouTube - Web Content

Follow Us