Jason York

ISO-NE Correspondent


Over a more than 20-year journalism career, Jason has synthesized complex ideas and turned them into compelling narratives for print, digital and broadcast platforms. Jason, who worked nearly eight years at ESPN’s Statistics and Information Group, thrives at the intersection of words and statistics.  Jason lives in Connecticut with his wife, Fiona, and Jimmy, their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.


Most Recent News

October 19, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic upended legislative business across New England in 2020, though state legislatures still managed to advance significant energy legislation. | NECA
October 18, 2020
NESCOE called on ISO-NE to increase its transparency and the role of states, saying the current structure is incompatible with their clean energy efforts. | © RTO Insider
October 15, 2020
ISO-NE stakeholders said the call for reforms by New England governors is a precursor to a seismic shift in relations between the states and the RTO. | ISO-NE
October 15, 2020
Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island officials discussed their role in training people to work in the offshore wind industry. | Vineyard Wind
October 14, 2020
The governors of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Vermont released a joint statement calling for reforms to ISO-NE. | E3/EFI
October 13, 2020
The offshore wind industry is already creating hundreds of jobs in the U.S., most of which don't require a college degree. | National Renewable Energy Laboratory
October 12, 2020
The NEPOOL Markets Committee discussed 13 amendments to proposed updates to parameters for the 2022 capacity auction. | Block Island Ferry
October 11, 2020
NEPOOL's Markets Committee approved sunsetting the Forward Reserve Market but declined to endorse ISO-NE's NE’s proposal for recalculating the dynamic delist bid threshold. | Hydro-Québec
October 5, 2020
ISO-NE will ask FERC to exempt EE resources from capacity performance payments without the NEPOOL Participants Committee's endorsement. | © RTO Insider