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June 19, 2024

MISO Board Week

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MISO Says Rigorous Accreditation Key to Managing Future Market Ops, Reviews Mostly Calm Winter
MISO’s imminent filing for a new capacity accreditation is a crucial first step to get ready for a more complex and challenging future, executives told attendees during March Board Week.
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MISO Members Send off OMS Leader Hawkins to Wisconsin PSC
Outgoing Organization of MISO States Executive Director Marcus Hawkins appeared before the RTO’s Advisory Committee for a final time before taking on a new role as a Wisconsin PSC commissioner.
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Iowa ROFR Law Overturned, Throwing Multiple MISO LRTP Projects into Uncertainty
An Iowa court has formally struck down the state’s right of first refusal law, driving uncertainty for $2.6 billion worth of MISO's long-range transmission projects.
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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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MISO Board Week Briefs: Sept. 12-15, 2022
Employee churn has MISO tracking its highest-ever rate of resignations and executives debuting a headcount management report.
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MISO and Members to Discuss Great Resignation
MISO’s June listening session with its Board of Directors will concentrate on how the RTO and its members are tackling the nationwide Great Resignation.
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MISO Board of Director Briefs: March 24, 2022
MISO leadership met with staff from Memphis Light, Gas, and Water, who are mulling a split with the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Consumers Energy
MISO Members Weigh Potentially Rough Winter
Stakeholders at MISO Board Week offered a few tips on how the footprint can weather a tough winter, a day after the RTO elevated wintertime risk levels.
Gulf Coast Power Association
MISO Members Retain Incumbent Directors
MISO directors Nancy Lange, Mark Johnson and Phyllis Currie will keep their seats into 2022 after a vote of the RTO's membership.
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MISO Board of Directors Briefs: June 17, 2021
MISO's quarterly board meeting yielded a heads-up on future spending increases stemming from expensive market and transmission upgrades the RTO is facing.​​​​

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