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About CONVEX

The Connecticut Valley Electric Exchange (CONVEX) operates the electric transmission system in Connecticut and western Massachusetts, serving more than 1.7 million people. CONVEX provides safe and reliable electricity to help boost the economy and quality of life for this thriving region's residential and business customers.

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* Please note that all data is preliminary and is subject to change.

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GLOSSARY

  • Conservation Day
    Public appeal to customers to conserve electricity in anticipation of heavy electrical demand and unhealthy air quality conditions, usually due to humid weather.
  • Power Watch
    Advisories to be announced when conditions are such that further steps to manage capacity could affect the public.
  • Power Warning
    Public appeals when an immediate reduction in power usage is necessary to avert overload of the electrical system. Public appeals are made when other efforts (e.g. emergency purchases, voluntary curtailment, contracted curtailment and voltage reduction) have been unsuccessful in bringing supply and demand back into balance.

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FAQs

  • Q: Why does CONVEX require training to be on the CONVEX Authorized Personnel List?

    For purposes of consistency, as related to the knowledge and understanding of the switching and tagging rules and procedures of the transmission system under the dispatching jurisdiction of CONVEX (OSHA 1910.269(m)(3)).

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