Michael Kuser

ISO-NE / NYISO Correspondent

 

 
Michael started at newspapers in the U.S. before moving overseas in 1991. He worked as a correspondent for BusinessWeek in Istanbul until 2011, and contributed to the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA TODAY, U.S. News & World Report, Dow Jones, BBC Radio and other major news organizations. He founded and edited a monthly magazine, Turkish Business World, from 1998 to 2006. Michael also was a reporter, editor and columnist for national English-language dailies in Turkey. His last paper, Today’s Zaman, was shut down by the Turkish government in July 2016. For the past six years, Michael has been learning about metrology and number behavior, knowledge that he hopes will help him give RTO Insider readers new insights into electric power pricing in New York and New England.
 

 

Most Recent News

July 6, 2020
The NEPOOL Markets and Reliability committees heard multiple presentations on studies on how increasing renewables and electrification will affect the ISO-NE grid. | ISO-NE, LEI
July 1, 2020
NYISO energy prices sank to 11-year lows during the first quarter, ranging from $15 to $35/MWh, according to the MMU’s State of the Market report for the first quarter. | Potomac Economics
June 29, 2020
ISO-NE Monitor David Patton presented his 2019 assessment of the RTO, comparing its markets with others in the East and making several recommendations. | Potomac Economics
June 28, 2020
Renewable energy experts and grid planners joined government officials to discuss how to address New York’s outdated transmission system. | ACE NY
June 25, 2020
Meeting New York’s ambitious goal of reaching 100% emissions-free electricity will require an “astonishing” 80 GW of new generation by 2040, NYISO stakeholders heard. | Brattle Group
June 22, 2020
ISO-NE presented the NEPOOL Reliability Committee with a proposal to improve how it measures the impact of passive demand resources participating in its capacity auctions. | ISO-NE
June 21, 2020
About 170 stakeholders turned out for ISO-NE’s teleconference review of the Phase One proposals in its Boston competitive transmission solicitation.