MISO Transmission Expansion Plan (MTEP)
MISO says its 2024 Transmission Expansion Plan will look much the same as last year’s MTEP.
Just three of MISO’s 11 member sectors voted to support the RTO’s $9 billion 2023 Transmission Expansion Plan.
MISO is off the hook as far as having to conduct annual cost-benefit analyses for its major transmission projects, FERC has ruled.
MISO announced it must conduct more analysis on three new substations proposed by Entergy for expedited treatment in the RTO’s annual planning cycle.
MISO’s lead planners told the Board of Directors that more expensive annual Transmission Expansion Plans will become the norm, saying MTEP 23’s $9.4 billion package is a sign of future scattershot load growth in the footprint.
MISO's $9.4 billion 2023 Transmission Expansion Plan makes for its largest-ever annual planning cycle and includes a substitution for two MISO South reliability projects.
MISO has shortened one of the 345-kV lines contained in its $2 billion Joint Targeted Interconnection Queue portfolio with SPP, which will lower costs.
FERC approved Northern Indiana Public Service Company’s request for transmission incentives on two lines it is building under the MISO Transmission Expansion Plan.
MISO is developing possible project alternatives for the most expensive projects proposed this year in the South region under MTEP 23.
NextEra Energy is continuing its efforts to salvage the only competitive regional transmission project MISO has recommended in its South region.
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