NH Business: Summer Electricity Forecast

NH Business: Summer Electricity Forecast

How energy demand this summer could affect New England consumers



>> WELCOME TO THE BUSINESS OF N EWHAMPSHIRE, I AM FRED KOCCHER. The prospects for your electricity this summer, welcome, which will depend on the time when it was hot and humid, but at the moment the new English organization that is sure of all the states is joined a reliable reliable number when demanding a delivery that tells the story AND HERE WE ARE. 24 686 MEGA WATTS, THIS IS ONE MILLION WATTS PER MEGAW. PEAK FORECAST FOR TYPICAL WEATHER. TYPICAL. 2416 MAEG WATTS, PEAK DEMAND FOR AVERAGE WEATHER FORECAST AND 3100.0 MEGA WATTS, AVAILABLE CAPACITY EXPECTED BY LIE GUEST, ISO NEW ORGANIZATION. DAY, THEN THERE WERE 18,130 MEGA WATTS, THE HIGHEST PEAK DEMAND FOR ALL TIME IN AUGUST 2000 6. AND YOU SEE THAT THE PRICES OF ELECTRONICS THIS SUMMER IN THE SUMMER OF 20 THIS SUMMER. 157% HIGHER THAN THE SOUTHWEST DUE TO THE GRAPHIC DUE TO WHAT THE US ADMINISTRATION CALLS EXPECTED CONSTRAEDIN FUEL DELIVERIES DURING TIME. THIS WILL PROBABLY TRANSLATE TO A HIGHER LEVEL OF RETAIL PRICES. With me, let us give us a brief summary of electricity and the forecast in New England is a Matt that runs corporate communications from N Newenngland, the regional organization that manages the supply and electrical energy in Sulnduine. >> THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME. LISTEN, EXCEPTION FROM THE PERFORMANCES OF YOUR ORGANIZATION, EXPECTATION THAT THERE WILL BE SUFFICIENT RESOURCES FOR THE PERFORMANCE TO ANSWER THE TEAM LOOKING FOR THE BIRTHDAY. WHAT ARE SUFFICIENT RESOURCES FOR NEW ENGLAND IN THIS ENERGY WORLD IN WHICH WE NOW LIVE? >> Yes, it means that we have the amount of resources we expect- we expect, we will need a calling demand, as well as operating Servi and 24/7, power in case, in case, in case something and two things together, such as WE LOOK AT THE SUPPLY OPTIONS AND WE WERE COMFORTABLE, WITHOUT BALANCE SENT DURING THE SUMMER. > OK, YOU HAVE RESERVES. THIS IS GOOD TO KNOW. NOW, HERE IS A STATEMENT FOR SUMMER REVIEWS THAT YOU HAVE DEMA PUBLIC. THE PURPOSE OF TITGH MAY DEVELOP IF THERE ARE PEAK CONDITIONS RELATED TO ABOVE AVERAGE HOT AND HUMID WEATHER. WHAT SPECIFIC DELIVERY CAN BE TIGHTENED, MATTY AND TIGHTENED CAN BE PERFORMED FOR DEM. AS WE ALSO GET WHAT WE SEE THERE, EXTENDED HEAT. A FEW DAYS OF VERY, VERY HOT WEATHER IN NEW ENGLAND. AND THE QUANTITY OF THE CAPACITY MAY BE CLOSE TO THIS LEVEL OF DEMAND. IF THESE CONDITIONS ARE DEVELOPING, OUR STAFF OPERATORS HAVE A NUMBER OF STEPS THAT THEY CAN TAKE TO ENSURE THAT THE OFFER AND THE SEARCH ARE SEARCHED. BUT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT SOMETHING AS IMPORTING MORE ENERGY FROM OTHER REGIONS OF NEW YORK AND CANADA, AND DO YOU KNOW, WE ARE TALKING ABOUT USING SOME OF THE RESERVES FOR WHICH. SOMETHING OUR OPERATORS CAN DO TO MAKE SURE THAT THINGS ARE DONE IN THE ELECTRONIC SYSTEM. >> AND THE PANDEMIC HAS MUST HAVE IMPACTED ON THE USE OF ENERGY WITH HEOM PEOPLE, NOT ON WORK, BUSINESS USES LESS, PEOPLE IN HOME. BUT BUSINESS IS DEVELOPING NOW. DID THIS CHANGE THE CALCULATIONS IN ISO NEW ENGLAND AT ALL? >> Yes, we’re starting to see a little increased demand, especially during hot weather and cold weather and what we would have seen before the pandemic and what we saw for Stmo from 2020 2020. It was controlled by the closure of businesses and As we can see now, businesses are working on more hybrid fashion, so that you have officers in the office and employees of Meso home and thus follow K. But not nothing you would expect to cause reliability in the region. >> LOWER LIN IN TSHI INTERVIEW, ARE YOU SURE WE HAD THE RESOURCES WE NEED TO SURVIVE IN SUMMER AS IT SEEMS NOW? >> YES, WE EXPECT TO HAVE THE NECESSARY RESOURCES AND WE HAVE THE TOOLS AT OUR DISPOSAL IF WE NEED EDTH. >> Well, MAT, I THANK HIM FOR MANAGING CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS FOR ISO NEW ENGLAND, THE REGIONAL ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION ORGANIZATION. BUT THERE’S SOMETHING ELSE. TOM GRIFFIT AND WE STARTED A BUSINESS IN NEW HEMSHIRE IN 1993 AND JUST CONTINUED. SO FOR WHOM

NH Business: Summer Electricity Forecast

How energy demand this summer could affect New England consumers

Fred Kocher sits down with Matt Cackley, a leading communications specialist at ISO New England, to discuss the prospects for your electricity bills this summer.

Fred Kocher sits down with Matt Cackley, a leading communications specialist at ISO New England, to discuss the prospects for your electricity bills this summer.

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