The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) announced it has adequate supplies to meet the state’s forecasted peak winter electricity demand of 23,893 MW. 

NYISO said it is stocked with a total of 43,184 MW of available supply, which includes imports from neighboring regions, leaving it “well positioned to meet this winter’s forecasted demand and maintain reliability throughout the season,” said Vice President of Operations Aaron Markham. 

The 2022-2023 winter season’s forecasted peak demand is about 685 MW higher than last winter’s actual peak demand of 23,235 MW, according to the grid operator. 

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