market efficiency project (MEP)
MISO said it will salvage two to-do items from its effort a few years ago to better link up interconnection trends with annual transmission planning.
MISO can officially abandon the only competitive transmission project it has ever assigned to its South region, FERC ruled last week.
MISO’s preliminary MTEP 23 is set to double spending, driven by a record number of baseline reliability projects in MISO South.
A MISO staff planning committee has determined that the $130 million, 500-kV Hartburg-Sabine Junction project in East Texas is no longer necessary.
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.
MISO’s Hartburg-Sabine transmission project appears dead in the water because of new generation that entered the picture and evaporated the line’s benefits.
MISO is forming the planning analyses that will decide the fate of the contentious Hartburg-Sabine Junction project, but some stakeholders have concerns.
MISO announced it will reanalyze the controversial Hartburg-Sabine Junction transmission project in East Texas for a fresh look at its effectiveness.
The postage-stamp cost allocation method for long-term transmission projects might be coming back in vogue in MISO.
PJM stakeholders endorsed a proposal to allow transmission facilities avoid being designated as critical infrastructure under NERC standard CIP-014.
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