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About

About

Northeast Power Coordinating Council, Inc. (NPCC) is a not-for-profit corporation in the state of New York responsible for promoting and enhancing the reliability of the international, interconnected bulk power system in Northeastern North America.

Publications

Publications

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Reports

Reports

Click here to view reports on Reliability Assessment activities, Summer & Winter assessments, and the 2003 blackout recommendations.

Resource Adequacy

Resource Adequacy

Resource Adequacy includes changes to facilities and system conditions, availability of generation resources, demand forecast and the impact of these changes on the overall reliability of that Area’s Bulk Power System.

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