A MISO staff planning committee has determined that the $130 million, 500-kV Hartburg-Sabine Junction project in East Texas is no longer necessary.
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.
MISO issued two maximum generation alerts and conservative operations declarations because of severe weather in June and a heatwave in July.
The MISO Board of Directors met via conference call to grant belated approval of the RTO’s second competitive transmission project from MTEP 17.
MISO’s Board of Directors unanimously approved MTEP 17, including 353 new transmission projects valued at $2.6 billion.
A MISO Board of Directors committee has advanced MTEP 17, a $2.7 billion transmission development package that includes 353 new projects.
MISO is confronting a pair of conflicting motions as some stakeholders push back on including a Texas project in MTEP 17.
MISO plans to recommend that its Board of Directors approve 343 new projects estimated at $2.6 billion.
MISO is recommending a new version of a transmission project intended to alleviate constraints in the West of the Atchafalaya Basin (WOTAB) area.
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