Climate change is already causing billions of dollars in economic costs and infrastructure damage, including the power grid, the Senate Budget Committee heard.
MISO has shortened one of the 345-kV lines contained in its $2 billion Joint Targeted Interconnection Queue portfolio with SPP, which will lower costs.
Stakeholders requested MISO take a second look into its recommendation of an expedited transmission project in Michigan.
ITC Midwest can keep the capital structure it has had in place since 2007, FERC decided, blocking a complaint led by Alliant Energy.
Industrial energy users and other ratepayers are balking at FERC’s proposal to abandon Order 1000’s competition measures.
FERC denied rehearing requests from transmission providers and others on Order 881.
A bill granting incumbent transmission owners the right of first refusal to build and operate transmission in Michigan won final legislative approval.
Former Wisconsin Commissioner Mike Huebsch has tainted the permitting process of the Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line by contacting ATC and ITC employees through an encrypted messaging app during the permitting process.
At a hearing before the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, speakers discussed modernizing the grid & the steps necessary to decarbonize the U.S.
In a first-quarter earnings call with analysts, Fortis CEO David Hutchens highlighted the work of subsidiary ITC Transmission in MISO and PJM.
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