coordinated system plan (CSP)
MISO and SPP say this year’s coordinated system plan study will focus on “solutions to historical, persistent congestion issues” on the RTOs’ seam.
MISO and SPP said they will likely establish a smaller interregional project type, which could produce the two's first cross-border transmission project.
MISO, SPP won’t do a major interregional transmission study in 2021; they are focusing on a joint targeted interconnection queue study.
MISO and SPP have once again failed to identify any beneficial cross-border transmission projects after a fourth interregional study.
MISO’s and SPP’s market monitors presented their last report to state regulators working to improve the RTOs’ interregional coordination.
MISO and SPP appear to have come up empty once again after a fourth study failed to detect a joint transmission project.
SPP identified a couple potential joint projects with MISO but none with Associated Electric Cooperative Inc.
SPP and MISO are picking up the pace of developing their 2020 coordinated system plan, staff told the Seams Steering Committee.
MISO and SPP are both recommending the RTOs take another stab this year at a coordinated system plan in their elusive pursuit of an interregional project.
SPP is working with both MISO and AECI to develop coordinated system plans in the search for joint projects, staff told the RTO’s Seams Steering Committee.
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