Jason York

ISO-NE Correspondent

 

 
Over a more than 20-year journalism career, Jason has synthesized complex ideas and turned them into compelling narratives for print, digital and broadcast platforms. Jason, who worked nearly eight years at ESPN’s Statistics and Information Group, thrives at the intersection of words and statistics.  Jason lives in Connecticut with his wife, Fiona, and Jimmy, their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
 

 

Most Recent News

April 12, 2021
Conn. regulators are looking at the framework for a “regulatory sandbox” to allow for the testing of products and services for the evolving electricity grid. | Connecticut Green Bank
April 11, 2021
Students around the world participated in the virtual Solve Climate by 2030 educational dialogue to learn about solutions for a just energy transition. | Shutterstock
April 8, 2021
ISO-NE and NEPOOL jointly filed updated offer review trigger price values with FERC under their “jump ball” provision. | ISO-NE
April 6, 2021
The Connecticut PURA urged utilities to beef up cybersecurity protocols and test threat-response systems as cyberattacks continue to increase. | © RTO Insider LLC
April 5, 2021
The NEPOOL Markets and Reliability committees produced a consensus framework document and assumptions for Phase 1 of the Future Grid Reliability Study. | ISO-NE
April 4, 2021
ISO-NE officials briefed the NEPOOL Participants Committee on nominations to the RTO’s Board of Directors and operations during last winter. | © RTO Insider
April 1, 2021
Connecticut lawmakers voted to advance legislation for implementing the Transportation and Climate Initiative Program. | Shutterstock
March 29, 2021
A Connecticut bill seeks an increased review of siting proposals for solar facilities on certain farmlands and forests with more than 1 MW of capacity. |Connecticut General Assembly
March 23, 2021
PJM’s minimum offer price rule is living on borrowed time if the comments at FERC’s technical conference on capacity markets are any guide. | FERC
March 22, 2021
ISO-NE's Planning Advisory Committee reviewed the 2021 CELT forecast, noting the progress the region has made in electrifying transportation and heating. | ISO-NE