long-range transmission plan
New Jersey hopes for “horse trading” with other PJM states over the cost of transmission needed to integrate offshore wind and other renewables.
FERC has allowed MISO to use a separate-but-equal postage stamp rate divided between MISO Midwest and MISO South for some of its major transmission buildout.
Cost allocation negotiations for the second half of MISO’s long-range transmission planning heated up over whether generators should bear a portion of costs.
MISO convened a special edition of its Planning Advisory Committee to drive home the urgency for more than $10 billion in long-range transmission projects.
MISO's sprawling, long-range transmission portfolio now stands at $10.4 billion.
MISO has again pushed back the date it will recommend $13 billion dollars’ worth of long-range transmission projects to its board of directors.
Transmission construction & MISO market facelifts can help the Midwest reliably adjust to a new resource reality, panelists said during an EBA teleconference.
MISO’s subregional cost allocation plan for its long-range transmission projects found both devotees and critics at FERC this week.
MISO and SPP announced completion of their Joint Targeted Interconnection Queue study, though it’s doubtful whether two project proposals will proceed.
A month after filing a cost allocation method for its long-range projects, MISO is on the hunt for a better approach to fund major transmission builds.
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