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The CRP, approved by the NYISO's Board of Directors, identifies generation and transmission needs in New York over a 10-year span (2006-2015). It is part of the NYISO's ongoing, year-round process to evaluate the state of the grid. "The CRP is a tool to help meet the future needs of New York's electric power grid and maintain the safe and reliable transmission of power to New York residents," said NYISO president and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. Mark S. Lynch.
"It's extremely important to note, however, that NYISO's assessment of the power grid is a dynamic process, and the current reliability plan represents the best currently available information. We will be making regular adjustments to this and other plans as project proposals come on line, are removed from consideration, or as the existing transmission system and local requirements change."
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3. the NYISO, the state's transmission and generation resources should be adequate through 2007.
However, significant transfer capability reductions are predicted through southeastern New York starting in 2008 due to increased power demand and the scheduled retirement of several generating units. Those shortfalls could reach 2,250 megawatts (MW) by 2015 if no action is taken.
"The heat of this summer showed us how quickly conditions can change on New York's bulk power system," said Lynch. "As part of our commitment to be prepared for all contingencies Contingencies (ISSN 1048-9851) is the bimonthly magazine of the American Academy of Actuaries, providing a large and diverse readership with general interest and technical articles on a wide range of issues related to the actuarial profession. , we will be watching the progress of all proposed projects in our pipe-fine.
"If our evaluations conclude that these generation or transmission projects will not be complete as outlined in the CRP, then we have the ability to update the next RNA RNA: see nucleic acid.
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