Access documents related to the Coordinated Transaction Scheduling project.
ISO New England and the New York ISO are committed to improving the efficiency of electricity trades between the regions. In 2011, stakeholders for the regions supported an enhanced scheduling process, the Coordinated Transaction Scheduling (CTS) design, which modifies the real-time external transaction submittal and scheduling process at certain New York/New England AC interfaces. As part of the implementation of CTS, several additional areas were evaluated to support the design. This included an evaluation of the Coordination Agreement with the New York ISO and revisions to align the offer timing and implementation locations with the New York ISO software requirements.
The Joint Energy Scheduling System (JESS) is the NYISO software application participants will use to enter external transactions at the Roseton interface when CTS is implemented. Download the JESS User’s Guide (CTS project draft dated July 2015) and the NYISO JESS Upload Download Template Revisions (4/15/2015 Customer Focus Group) document from the NYISO website.
The Coordinated Transaction Scheduling project is just one of several key projects at the ISO, which continuously undertakes a variety of short- and long-term projects to enhance the region's competitive wholesale electricity markets and ensure reliable operation of the power grid.