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NPCC – New York
The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) is the only BA within New York state.(NYBA) The NYISO is a single-state ISO that was formed as the successor to the New York Power Pool—a consortium of the eight IOUs—in 1999. The NYISO manages the New York State transmission grid, encompassing approximately 11,000 miles of transmission lines over 47,000 square miles and serving the electric needs of 19.5 million New Yorkers. New York experiences its peak load in the summer period with the all-time peak load of 33,956 MW in the summer of 2013.
 
Recent Boundary Changes
There were no changes to the New York Assessment Area boundaries in 2013.
  • Link to Website
  • Link to New York 2013 LTRA Part II Documentation (Methods and Assumptions)
 
Long Term Reliability Assessment Methods and Assumptions
  • 2013 LTRA Part II
  • 2012 LTRA Part II
  • 2011 LTRA Part II
 
Summer Reliability Assessment Methods and Assumptions
  • 2013 SRA Part II
  • 2012 SRA Part II
  • 2011 SRA Part II
 
Winter Reliability Assessment Methods and Assumptions
  • 2013 WRA Part II
  • 2012 WRA Part II
  • 2011 WRA Part II 
 
 

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