Saturday, March 23, 2019

Transmission Planning News

Overheard at Transmission Summit East 2019

Transmission developers, planners and regulators gathered on the top floor of the Key Bridge Marriott in Arlington, Va., overlooking D.C. from across the Potomac River, for Infocast’s annual Transmission Summit East. | © RTO Insider

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NextEra Gains Incentive for Hartburg-Sabine Project

FERC authorized NextEra Energy Transmission Midwest to recover all “prudently incurred” costs related to the company’s investment in the Hartburg-Sabine Junction 500-kV project in East Texas, MISO’s second-ever competitively bid transmission project. | MISO

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SMUD Cancels 500-kV Tx Line Project

SMUD said it is canceling a 500-kV transmission line project it was developing in conjunction with WAPA because the project had proven too expensive and was no longer needed.

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MISO, SPP Seek Coordinated Plan in 2019

SPP and MISO staff and stakeholders recommended performing a coordinated system plan in 2019-20 that will study six possible sites for interregional transmission projects. | SPP

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PJM MRC/MC Briefs: Feb. 21, 2019

PJM members will vote next month on a proposal to move all MRC and MC meetings to the RTO’s Conference and Training Center in Valley Forge, Pa., instead of splitting them between there and Wilmington, Del. | © RTO Insider

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Overheard at GCPA MISO South Regional Conference

MISO CEO John Bear opened GCPA’s MISO South Regional Conference with a recap of the RTO’s strategic initiatives and the five “500-year” storms he said the region has experienced in less than four years. | © RTO Insider

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