NYISO’s new 10-year reliability plan finds no “actionable reliability needs,” but warns of narrowing reliability margins.
The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public input on potential changes to about 673 miles of seven designated transmission corridors.
The Electricity Transmission Competition Coalition released a report arguing that decreasing competition in transmission development would cost consumers hundreds of billions of dollars.
NYISO stakeholders gave final approval to rules for "internal controllable lines" and revisions to day-ahead market congestion settlement procedures.
Recent setbacks will not prevent the New Jersey BPU from moving forward with the state's commitment to offshore wind.
Weeks after the nearly $2 billion Joint Targeted Interconnection Queue (JTIQ) transmission portfolio was awarded a $465 million Department of Energy grant, MISO and SPP are switching their proposed cost allocation for the projects.
DOE proposed expanding exclusions for NEPA reviews for clean energy, storage, and transmission projects that are built on previously developed land, in a move welcomed by the renewable energy industry.
MISO has put before FERC its package of changes meant to downsize its crammed interconnection queue.
MISO says its 2024 Transmission Expansion Plan will look much the same as last year’s MTEP.
After completing its initial economic and reliability analysis, MISO has found numerous overloads and congestion await its system if it doesn’t recommend a second long-range transmission plan portfolio.
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