Connecticut Weighs Pros, Cons of ISO-NE Markets January 24, 2020By Michael KuserConnecticut regulators hosted a spirited public hearing to examine whether ISO-NE’s wholesale electricity markets are geared to serving the state’s clean energy objectives. | © RTO Insider Tell us who you are,get 2 free articles each month. What do you want to know?Want a free trial instead? Click here.Already convinced? View pricing and plans.Already a subscriber? Log in here. Additional news on this topic:Connecticut Cuts CL&P Distribution Hike by 41%Connecticut Light & Power’s proposed distribution rate increase was cut by 41% by the state’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority in a draft decision.Connecticut Resource Outlook Improves, but Challenges RemainConnecticut regulators issued the state's 10-year integrated resource plan last week, warning of natural gas pipeline constraints and stiffer competition for renewable resources.Connecticut Advances Small-Scale Renewables ContractsConnecticut has selected 25 small clean energy and energy efficiency projects totaling 402 MW to negotiate power purchase agreements with the state’s two electric distribution companies. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.