MISO, SPP and their stakeholders have been flummoxed in recent years by market coordination, interregional planning and other issues across the grid operators’ seam. Now, the regulators are stepping in. | FERC Commissioner Cheryl LaFleurRead More
State regulators, their staff and utility executives proved reluctant to be pinned down on predictions about the future of the grid at the annual meeting of the Organization of MISO States. | © RTO InsiderRead More
The Organization of MISO States failed to reach consensus on MISO’s plans to allocate costs for smaller transmission projects that produce broader economic benefits for the grid. | © RTO InsiderRead More
MISO state regulators and industry officials gathered to discuss how the region’s electricity sector will accommodate the budding growth of distributed energy resources within the RTO’s footprint. | © RTO InsiderRead More
Stakeholders will decide in an email vote whether it’s worth debating the cost allocation for holders of firm transmission service reservations of more than 1,000 MW between MISO Midwest and South.Read More
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