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What does G&T stand for?

G&T stands for Generation and Transmission (electric power)

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ISO New England meets this obligation in three ways: by reliably operating New England's 32,000-megawatt bulk electric power generation and transmission system, by overseeing and ensuring the fair administration of the region's $11 billion wholesale electricity markets, and by managing comprehensive regional electric power planning.
Beyond its quantifiable savings, DPV2 would: --increase energy producers' access to the California energy market and would provide an incentive for new generation development; --enhance the competitive market among energy suppliers to California; --provide increased operational flexibility for dealing with unexpected outages of major generation and transmission facilities, and will reduce transmission congestion, and --provide significant insurance value for California consumers by mitigating potential price increases resulting from droughts that impact hydro production, heat storms that create high peak demand for electricity or rapid population growth that increases overall demand for electricity ahead of California supply.
The generation and transmission cooperative joins the Midwest ISO as a transmission-owning member with integration to take place by year-end, and will participate in the start of the Midwest ISO's Energy Market on March 1, 2005.