Four years after approval, MISO’s first competitive transmission project, Republic Transmission's Duff-Coleman line, began transporting power.
LS Power’s Republic Transmission won FERC approval for incentives to construct MISO’s first competitively bid transmission project.
MISO spent $1.3 million to evaluate construction bids in its first competitive transmission process, funded by the 11 developers that submitted proposals.
MISO briefed the System Planning Committee on next steps for the Duff-Coleman transmission project and the new generator interconnection queue rules.
MISO told the Planning Advisory Committee that it will conduct three new separate, but related, studies this year to identify a transmission solution for the RTO’s constrained interface between its North and South regions.
For MISO, 2017 will likely be filled with capacity auction changes, cost allocation debates, an updated interconnection queue and transmission studies.
MISO has selected LS Power unit Republic Transmission to build the RTO’s first competitive transmission project, the Duff-Coleman 345kV line.
Eleven respondents have submitted proposals for the Duff-Coleman project in MISO, the RTO’s first competitive project under FERC Order 1000.
MISO closed its request for proposals on the Duff-Coleman 345-kV transmission project in Southern Indiana on July 6, reviewing "robust" number of proposals.
MISO is seeking input on a complex approach to the Transmission Expansion Plan 2017 futures analysis.
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