April 23, 2024

MISO long-range transmission plan (LRTP)

IBEW Local 2
MISO Chooses Ameren for 3rd Long-range Tx Project
MISO has selected Ameren Transmission Co. of Illinois to build a third transmission project stemming from the RTO's long-range transmission portfolio.
Indiana Michigan Power
MISO, PJM Stakeholders Call for Interregional Transmission Overhaul
MISO and PJM are deliberating whether to embark on an interregional transmission study this year as they field more calls from stakeholders to revamp their joint planning framework.
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Members Call for More Tx Expansion Following MISO’s $20B LRTP Blueprint
MISO’s conceptual, $20 billion, 765-kV transmission suggestion took top billing at Board Week, with some members asserting MISO has even more transmission to plan if it wants to meet the future confidently.
MISO Outlines Benefits of New LRTP Investments

MISO discussed the second part of its long-range transmission planning project at a workshop with stakeholders, detailing how the project would help meet transmission needs.

MISO Says 2nd LRTP Portfolio Should Run About $20B, Rate Mostly 765 kV
MISO suggested an approximately $20 billion portfolio for its second long-range transmission planning effort that contains several 765-kV line segments.
Entergy States Debut Long-range Tx Cost Allocation Proposal, MISO Members Unconvinced
Entergy regulatory staff revealed their vision for cost allocation on future long-range transmission projects, with multiple clean energy groups deeming the proposal incompatible with building a grid ready for the future.
ITC Midwest
MISO Asks Court for Injunction Reversal on Iowa LRTP Projects
MISO wades into the battle over who will build the Iowa portions of its long-range transmission projects after a court found the state’s right of first refusal law unconstitutional.
Minnesota Solar Energy Industries Association
MISO to Try Again for Interconnection Queue MW Cap, Open Window for 2023 Requests
MISO confirmed it likely will try again with FERC in the third quarter to apply an annual megawatt cap to its interconnection queue.
Christie Denounces Tx Incentive Process as FERC Approves More MISO LRTP Project Perks
Mark Christie used FERC’s latest order on transmission incentives to condemn the process as requests for incentives come in from several MISO’s long-range transmission projects.
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MISO Year in Review: 2023 — and Likely 2024 — Dedicated to Deflecting Reliability Issues
MISO juggled several projects over 2023 designed to fend off imminent reliability problems and will keep up the multitasking in 2024.

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