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June 24, 2024

large generator interconnection procedures (LGIP)

Arizona Public Service
FERC Upholds, Clarifies Generator Interconnection Rule
FERC rejected challenges to its new generator interconnection rules under Order 2023, while making minor modifications and extending the compliance date.  
NYISO
FERC Approves NYISO Waiver on Interconnection Study Requirements
FERC granted NYISO a waiver allowing a temporary suspension of tariff rules for its interconnection study processes to assist developers and facilitate a smoother transition to the procedures prescribed by Order 2023.
U.S. SEC
FERC Partially Approves PSCo’s Queue Changes
FERC partially approved Public Service Company of Colorado's rules to streamline interconnection by limiting the number of speculative projects in the queue.
Western EcoSystems Technology
Colo. Solar Project Beset by Supply Delays Wins FERC Extension
A Colorado solar-and-battery project facing ongoing supply chain disruptions can postpone its operational start date by 21 months, FERC decided 3-1.
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FERC Orders Changes to PacifiCorp and NV Energy Interconnection Rules
FERC ordered show cause proceedings on PacifiCorp’s and NV Energy’s interconnection rules while approving changes to limit speculative projects in Nevada.
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DC Circuit Backs FERC Rebuff of PSCo Quick Interconnect Rule
The D.C. Circuit backed FERC’s 2020 rejection of PSCo's 'fast track' interconnection rule — but the utility later won commission OK for a modified plan.
FERC Sides with Tri-State over Interconnection Procedures
FERC stuck to its ruling approving Tri-State G&T’s transitional process for interconnection customers, overriding rehearing requests by solar developers.
FERC Accepts Tri-State GI Procedures
FERC accepted Tri-State G&T’s Tariff modifications to its large generator and small generation interconnection procedures and its proposed queue reform.
FERC Denies Complaints vs. Tri-State G&T
FERC rejected Gladstone New Energy’s complaint that Tri-State G&T’s generator interconnection procedures caused it to lose its queue position.
CAISO Edges Closer to Order 845 Compliance
CAISO moved a step closer to meeting Order 845 requirements when FERC accepted most Tariff revisions included in a second compliance filing.

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