Interregional Planning Stakeholder Advisory Committee (IPSAC)
MISO and PJM will opt for one small interregional project this year through their Targeted Market Efficiency Project study.
MISO and SPP announced that they will not pursue any small interregional projects next year from their first Targeted Market Efficiency Project study.
MISO and SPP have again come up empty in their fifth effort to find interregional projects to solve congestion along their seams.
MISO and SPP prepared stakeholders last week for the possibility they may come up empty-handed in their hunt for smaller interregional transmission upgrades.
MISO and SPP this week said they have tentatively settled on criteria and will begin developing a first set of smaller interregional transmission projects.
MISO and PJM have four interregional transmission project candidates under consideration this year for their Targeted Market Efficiency Project category.
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 PJM are assessing the need for an interregional study and transmission plan this year.
A group of environmentalists and clean energy industry proponents asked RTOs in the Northeast to conduct interregional offshore wind transmission studies.
MISO, SPP won’t do a major interregional transmission study in 2021; they are focusing on a joint targeted interconnection queue study.
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