The process of flipping a light switch involves a complex energy system that ensures electricity reaches its intended destination reliably and safely. Electricity flows from the point of generation through the grid and eventually reaches buildings when devices are turned on. This system has been developed over many years to prevent surges or accidents. Understanding
You may hear your Energy Advisor refer to the ISO – Independent System Operator. The ISO is a non-profit organization authorized by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) responsible for managing and operating the electric grid for a specific region. At Best Practice Energy we serve various ISOs, including: ISO-NE – New England
Electricity is the lifeblood of our society. Who is in charge to ensure this complex system runs reliably?