An Iowa court has formally struck down the state’s right of first refusal law, driving uncertainty for $2.6 billion worth of MISO's long-range transmission projects.
An Iowa Utilities Board member said regulators are determining how the state Supreme Court’s temporary reversal of ROFR legislation will affect incumbent TOs.
FERC's technical conference highlighted gaps between the commission, state regulators and RTOs in their oversight of transmission planning.
The Midwest has become ground zero for the future of transmission policy because of incumbent TOs' stifling control, R Street Institute's Devin Hartman says.
The Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission project slated to cut through southwestern Wisconsin has been put on hold.
While Midwest states do not have energy storage targets or mandates, the storage market will grow there through integrated resource planning.
An agricultural hub in Iowa is the site of a battery storage project that the Energy Department thinks could become a template for other towns.
This week's state briefs include news on California, Connecticut, Idaho, Iowa, Massachusetts and Ohio.
This week's state briefs include news on California, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico and other states.
This week's state briefs include news on California, Delaware, District of Columbia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri and others.
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