Multi-Value Project (MVP)
FERC approved transmission incentives for a MISO multivalue project, though Commissioner Mark Christie continues to call for a general review of transmission incentives.
Cardinal Hickory Creek transmission project overcame another legal hurdle: a Wisconsin county judge found that regulators adequately scrutinized the project.
FERC approved Great River Energy’s request for transmission rate incentives for two MISO Multi-Value Projects it is working on.
FERC continues to sanction MISO’s separate-but-equal postage stamp rate that is divided between its Midwest and South regions for major transmission buildout.
Wisconsin's high court ruled that a regulator’s messages to developers didn't pose a serious risk of bias in the Cardinal-Hickory Creek permitting process.
Industrial energy users and other ratepayers are balking at FERC’s proposal to abandon Order 1000’s competition measures.
FERC has allowed MISO to use a separate-but-equal postage stamp rate divided between MISO Midwest and MISO South for some of its major transmission buildout.
MISO is about to propose its 1st cycle of projects under its long-range transmission plan, signaling that a massive multi-state transmission line shows promise.
A federal judge has blocked construction of the Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line in a protected southwestern Wisconsin area.
The Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission project slated to cut through southwestern Wisconsin has been put on hold.
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