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Training Room: What Services are Bought and Sold in an ISO?

by Enerdynamics staff

Many who are new to the electric industry share a common question about Independent System Operators (ISOs): What type of services are bought and sold in an ISO?

 

A thorough and easy-to-follow answer to this question is contained in the following video clip taken from Enerdynamics' new online course titled ISO Market Basics. Just click on the following image to begin the video:

 

 

 

 

Want more insight into how ISOs function? ISO Market Basics, Enerdynamics' newest full-length online course, is appropriate for those with little or no experience in ISO markets. The course looks at:

 

  • The role of ISOs and various market participants
  • The various types of electric markets available to market participants
  • The services that are traded in electric markets
  • How the ISO markets work

The course comprises 11 modules that include practical examples and exercises to help learners understand how markets are used in real life by various market participants. For more information or to buy a subscription, click here. Enerdynamics offers discounts on bulk subscriptions and site licenses. Contact us at 866-765-5432 or info@enerdynamics.com for special pricing on bulk orders.

 

If you specifically are seeking to learn how the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) functions, we also have ISO Market Basics — MISO version available.

 

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