long-range transmission portfolio (LRTP)
MISO assured stakeholders that it has the means to study the 170 GW worth of new generation interconnection requests that officially queued up last month.
MISO reported it received a record-shattering 171 GW worth of proposed generation projects across 956 interconnection requests for 2022.
MISO Board Week focused on the industry shift underway as the RTO plans to get more transmission lines strung to bring record amounts of new capacity online.
MISO is collecting stakeholder suggestions on what design elements it should include in a new cost allocation for future projects in its LRTP.
SREA said while MISO may have a robust transmission planning process, FERC should know that the RTO’s South region does not share in it.
A panel convened by the American Council on Renewable Energy largely agreed that MISO’s transmission benefits process could be a blueprint for the country.
Stakeholders are concerned over the comments MISO plans to submit on FERC’s recently proposed transmission planning rule.
MISO received FERC permission to exclude certain transmission projects from competitive bidding eligibility.
MISO’s board approved an 18-project, $10.3 billion long-range transmission plan even as critics faulted the RTO for not moving faster to connect renewables.
An alliance of consumer groups jointly filed a complaint Friday against MISO’s practice of respecting state rights of first refusal laws in its regional transmission planning.
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