December 3, 2023

dynamic line ratings (DLRs)

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Advanced Energy United Urges Changes Beyond Order 2023 for ISO-NE
Advanced Energy United advocated for ISO-NE to exceed Order 2023's required changes in addressing its interconnection's high costs and long delays.
FERC Order 2023 Gets Rehearing Requests from Around the Industry
FERC got rehearing requests on its interconnection queue reforms in Order 2023 this week from around the industry.
Grid-enhancing Technologies Poised for Growth with Federal Funds
Grid-enhancing technologies have been piloted in many places, but with recent FERC orders and federal funding, they are poised to become much more common.
Grid-Enhancing Technologies Can Speed Up Queues, Experts Say
GETs can reduce the congestion preventing interconnection of renewables more quickly than building more transmission while saving customers money, experts say.
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How to Quicken Transmission Development Discussed at NARUC
Electric transmission projects move too slowly, Maryland Public Service Commission Chairman Jason Stanek said at NARUC's Winter Policy Summit on Monday.
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MISO, Members Debate Deploying AARs
MISO, its Monitor and members debated the best course to implementing ambient adjusted line ratings during a Sept. 15 Advisory Committee discussion.
PJM Operating Committee Briefs: Sept. 8, 2022
PJM's OC received a cybersecurity update, endorsed a maximum emergency package and delayed a vote on a renewable dispatch proposal.
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Battle Lines Drawn on FERC Tx Planning NOPR
Commenters disagreed over FERC’s proposed transmission planning rules, sparring over its 20-year planning horizon and reinstatement of the federal ROFR.
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PJM Operating Committee Briefs: Aug. 11, 2022
PJM's Operating Committee heard proposals on improving the dispatch of renewables, changes to max emergency status and a new cold weather advisory.
Unlocking the Queue with Grid-Enhancing Technologies, The Brattle Group
Counterflow: Transmission and Technology
In attempting to increase grid capacity and renewables, FERC's transmission NOPR is pushing the wrong set of technologies, contends columnist Steve Huntoon.

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