The renewables watch reports provide actual daily renewable production within the ISO grid.
Over the next several days, the ISO will be testing daily renewables watch to ensure data consistency. Posting days may be intermittent while ISO staff validates the information. A recent system upgrade has caused data irregularity in this report since 09/23/2019. Users can find some of the report data on Today’s Outlook. The ISO appreciates your patience during this time.
These graphs display monthly minimum, mean, median, and maximum net load ramps, daily and monthly renewable curtailments, frequency of negative prices in the real-time market, control performance, and reliability-based control.
These reports depict greenhouse gas emissions for the ISO balancing authority as a direct result of the dispatch of ISO internal resources, net imports (including dynamic resources) and transfers from western Energy Imbalance Market (EIM) entities into the ISO. See
Tracking Methodology and
Frequently Asked Questions.
These reports provide a detailed accounting of wind and solar renewable generation curtailed in the ISO market. Read these reports in the context of the daily renewables watch reports for a more complete understanding of both renewable curtailment and generation.