December 2, 2023

MISO Board of Directors

MISO Welcomes Former Ford Exec to Board
The MISO Board of Directors next year will boast a former Ford Motor Co. executive after a vote of MISO membership.
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MISO Board of Directors Briefs: Sept. 14, 2023
The MISO Board of Directors addressed adding a former Ford executive to its ranks and MISO's proposed, nearly $400 million 2024 budget.
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MISO: Could Have Employed Wait-and-see Approach for August Emergency
MISO officials said they probably could have held off their decision to call a summertime emergency in late August.
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MISO: Reliability Risk Upped by 49 GW in Approved but Unbuilt Generation
MISO’s quarterly Board Week explored the reasons behind its growing number of generation projects that have the stamp of approval to connect to the system but remain unbuilt.
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Salaries, Benefits Push MISO over Budget
MISO said the money it must expend on payroll and medical benefits will push it over budget through the end of the year.
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MISO Defends New Curb on Director-Regulator Meetings
MISO calls a board interaction rule change that places limits on MISO board member and regulator meetups necessary, but a few state regulators are skeptical.
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MISO Board of Directors Briefs: March 23, 2023
MISO’s chair said the board may pursue term waivers to enable term-limited members to continue providing guidance and avoiding loss of institutional knowledge.
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Capacity Auction Snafu Draws Danly to MISO Board Meeting
FERC Commissioner James Danly paid a surprise visit to MISO’s Board of Directors meeting following a snag in the RTO’s new capacity accreditation process.
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MISO Membership Re-elects Incumbent Directors for 2023
MISO’s Board of Directors will have the same lineup going into the new year with MISO’s membership voting in support of retaining three incumbent directors.
MISO Proposes Leaner 2023 Budget
MISO plans to spend $364.2 million throughout 2023, a 3.2% decrease from this year’s budget.

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