Michael Kuser

NYISO Correspondent

 

 
Michael started at newspapers in the U.S. before moving overseas in 1991. He worked as a correspondent for BusinessWeek in Istanbul until 2011, and contributed to the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA TODAY, U.S. News & World Report, Dow Jones, BBC Radio and other major news organizations. He founded and edited a monthly magazine, Turkish Business World, from 1998 to 2006. Michael also was a reporter, editor and columnist for national English-language dailies in Turkey. His last paper, Today’s Zaman, was shut down by the Turkish government in July 2016. For the past six years, Michael has been learning about metrology and number behavior, knowledge that he hopes will help him give RTO Insider readers new insights into electric power pricing in New York and New England.
 

 

Most Recent News

April 11, 2021
Stakeholders in New York want officials to clarify language in a proposed rulemaking on food donations and scraps recycling in the state. | New York City
April 8, 2021
New York state officials and advisers disagree on the merits of a moratorium on new natural gas infrastructure. | E3
April 7, 2021
New York state and its utilities are funding a $700 million program to support EE and building electrification, mainly through heat pump technologies. | NY-GEO
April 4, 2021
NYISO officials briefed the Management Committee on the ISO's performance during an historic snowstorm in December last year. | NYISO
April 1, 2021
New York residents overwhelmingly opposed rebuilding the 532-MW gas-fired Danskammer peaker plant as a 600-MW combined cycle unit. | Riverkeeper
March 31, 2021
FERC accepted NYISO’s co-located storage model to pair batteries with wind or solar at a shared point of injection. | National Grid
March 30, 2021
The global insurance industry is leading the way in making climate change risk information accessible, according to Maryam Golnaraghi. | NASA
March 24, 2021
NYISO urged the New York Public Service Commission to “move quickly” in supporting construction of a meshed transmission network to support offshore wind. | NY Transco
March 23, 2021
New York officials held the first of three public hearings as they prepare the first annual report of statewide GHG emissions required by the CLCPA. | NYSDEC
March 22, 2021
The NYPSC approved South Fork Wind project’s application to lay 7.5 miles of export cable from the federal waters boundary to a substation in East Hampton. | South Fork Wind