Facing an unprecedented number of new generator applicants, MISO this week reaffirmed its aim to speed up its interconnection queue. The grid operator hopes to shrink the time it takes to complete generation interconnection agreement negotiations and clear the queue’s three-part definitive planning phase (DPP), when it performs interconnection studies.
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