June 25, 2024

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FERC Order Keeps Z2, Aids EDF’s Sponsored Project
FERC rejected SPP’s request to eliminate Z2 revenue credits for sponsored transmission upgrades, allowing the RTO to submit a revised proposal.
Affected-system Rules Unclear, FERC Says
FERC told MISO, PJM and SPP their joint operating agreements don’t provide enough clarity on how the RTOs’ handle generator interconnections along seams.
FERC Again Denies MISO Wind Developers’ Queue Complaint
FERC rejected rehearing requests from wind developers who say MISO is moving too slowly for them to meet the PTC deadline.
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SPP Markets and Operations Policy Committee Briefs: April 17, 2018
The SPP MOPC endorsed a rule change to address member concerns that the ITP Manual doesn’t appropriately capture purchase power agreement pricing.
FERC Sides with MISO in Queue Design Dispute
FERC rejected EDF’s request that MISO devise a special fast-track option in its interconnection queue for projects that can demonstrate readiness.
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Renewable Gens Face Off with RTOs at Seams Tech Conference
Renewable developers sparred with transmission planners for MISO, SPP and PJM Tuesday over the RTOs' affected system studies.
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FERC Orders Review of PJM, MISO, SPP Generator Studies
FERC ordered a technical conference on how PJM, MISO and SPP coordinate generator interconnection studies on projects near their seams.
EDF Renewable Wins Platform for Queue Concerns
MISO’s Steering Committee agreed to forward EDF Renewable Energy’s grievance about the length of the interconnection queue to the Planning Advisory Committee.
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Renewables Developer Escalates MISO Queue Design Dispute
EDF Renewable Energy has escalated its push to make MISO speed up the process for connecting new generation to the grid.
PUCT Open Meeting Briefs: Nov. 17, 2017
The Public Utility of Commission of Texas welcomed Arthur C. D’Andrea, who replaced long-time Commissioner Ken Anderson as its third member.

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