June 14, 2024

MISO Board of Directors

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MISO Says Rigorous Accreditation Key to Managing Future Market Ops, Reviews Mostly Calm Winter
MISO’s imminent filing for a new capacity accreditation is a crucial first step to get ready for a more complex and challenging future, executives told attendees during March Board Week.
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IMM Tells MISO to Do More to Curb Fake DR Schemes
MISO’s Independent Market Monitor told the board the RTO must crack down on confirmations to prevent more phony demand response from infiltrating its markets.
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Members Call for More Tx Expansion Following MISO’s $20B LRTP Blueprint
MISO’s conceptual, $20 billion, 765-kV transmission suggestion took top billing at Board Week, with some members asserting MISO has even more transmission to plan if it wants to meet the future confidently.
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MISO Members Doubt Severity of Long-term RA Alarm Bells
Multiple MISO members appeared skeptical at their quarterly meetings that the RTO is destined to face capacity shortfalls before the turn of the decade.
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MISO Year in Review: 2023 — and Likely 2024 — Dedicated to Deflecting Reliability Issues
MISO juggled several projects over 2023 designed to fend off imminent reliability problems and will keep up the multitasking in 2024.
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MISO Board Approves $9B MTEP 23; Members Deliberate on New Expedited Review Rules
The MISO board approved the $9 billion, 572-project 2023 Transmission Expansion Plan, which contains the most expedited project reviews ever.
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Board OKs MISO Budget Increase for 2024
MISO’s base operating budget will increase 15% in 2024, mostly due to the grid operator adding about 70 staff positions.
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MISO Expecting Quiet Winter
MISO leadership predicted adequate supply paired with a temperate winter at the final Board Week of the year.
MISO Champions Queue Crackdown as Stakeholders Blast MW Cap on Project Entries
Several MISO stakeholders took exception to the RTO’s proposal before FERC to cap the volume of interconnection requests it accepts annually.
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MISO and IMM: M2M Flowgate Issue with SPP not Sustainable, May Require Litigation
MISO and its Independent Market Monitor agree legal action is likely concerning the RTO’s payments to SPP for a market-to-market flowgate.

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