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

January 24, 2021
ISO-NE said that stakeholders’ proposed schedule for the Phase 1 reliability and market analyses in the Future Grid Initiative is "aggressive but achievable." | ISO-NE
January 19, 2021
NEPOOL’s Markets Committee voted to recommend the Participants Committee support tariff changes that would prevent resources from locking in prices for seven years. | ISO-NE
January 18, 2021
A new report recounts actions that state attorneys general took to mitigate the Trump administration’s weakening of regulations on energy, climate and the environment. | State Energy and Environmental Impact Center
January 17, 2021
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker vetoed a wide-ranging climate bill, saying he needed more time to scrutinize the details of the legislation and recommend changes. | © RTO Insider
January 12, 2021
ISO-NE and NEPOOL will brief attendees on the basics at the first of several online public technical conferences to be held by New England states. | ISO-NE
January 11, 2021
A new report explores ways for New England to overcome the growing conflicts between states’ clean energy goals and the functioning of ISO-NE wholesale markets. | NEPOOL
January 10, 2021
With four vacancies coming in the next two years, ISO-NE board Chair Kathleen Abernathy briefed NEPOOL on the RTO’s “roadmap” for future director appointments. | © RTO Insider
January 5, 2021
Massachusetts lawmakers passed a sweeping climate bill that would provide the state another path to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. | Vineyard Wind
January 4, 2021
Tensions between New England states and ISO-NE came to a head last year when five governors issued a joint statement calling for reforms to the RTO. | ISO-NE