Hartburg-Sabine Junction transmission project
NextEra Energy is continuing its efforts to salvage the only competitive regional transmission project MISO has recommended in its South region.
MISO can officially abandon the only competitive transmission project it has ever assigned to its South region, FERC ruled last week.
NextEra Energy Transmission and the Southern Renewable Energy Association are asking FERC to intervene in a last-ditch effect to save the only competitive transmission project ever approved for MISO South.
A MISO staff planning committee has determined that the $130 million, 500-kV Hartburg-Sabine Junction project in East Texas is no longer necessary.
MISO’s Hartburg-Sabine transmission project appears dead in the water because of new generation that entered the picture and evaporated the line’s benefits.
MISO is forming the planning analyses that will decide the fate of the contentious Hartburg-Sabine Junction project, but some stakeholders have concerns.
MISO announced it will reanalyze the controversial Hartburg-Sabine Junction transmission project in East Texas for a fresh look at its effectiveness.
The 5th Circuit is likely to uphold a Texas law giving incumbent transmission companies the right of first refusal to build new lines in the state.
Two market efficiency projects approved by MISO face continued obstacles, while two others slated for inclusion in MTEP 19 must wait longer for approval.
Texas' PUC won extra time to respond to NextEra’s efforts to void a law giving incumbent companies the right of first refusal to build transmission lines.
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