Mich. regulators will assess a 2019 MISO transmission project to determine whether it should remain in the grid operator’s 2019 Transmission Expansion Plan.
Two market efficiency projects approved by MISO face continued obstacles, while two others slated for inclusion in MTEP 19 must wait longer for approval.
MISO will consider another solution to mitigate its Midwest-South transmission constraint before the original settlement agreement with SPP closes.
MISO’s first storage-as-transmission proposal has drawn protests saying the plan gives transmission owners an unfair advantage in developing the resources.
MISO’s Board of Directors unanimously approved the 2019 MISO Transmission Expansion Plan (MTEP 19) - a $4 billion portfolio consisting of 480 projects.
MISO’s 2019 Transmission Expansion Plan will advance to the Board of Directors without any recommended changes tacked on by the Planning Advisory Committee.
MISO’s Planning Advisory Committee will consider several motions before it votes on whether to send the RTO’s $4 billion MTEP 19 to its board for approval.
A growing number of stakeholders are prodding MISO to create a task team to improve transmission planning assumptions.
MISO staff are done assembling the RTO’s 2019 Transmission Expansion Plan, presenting a nearly $4 billion draft package to the Board of Directors.
MISO is poised to recommend $4 billion in spending in its 2019 Transmission Expansion Plan, making it the second costliest such package in RTO history.
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