November 30, 2023

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MACRUC Panels Discuss Myriad Challenges Facing PJM
Panelists held several discussions on interregional transmission planning, resource adequacy and the risks posed by extreme weather during the Mid-Atlantic Conference of Regulatory Utilities Commissioners (MACRUC) annual educational conference held from June 26 through 28.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Iterative Changes to Interconnection Queues Discussed at Tx Summit
At Infocast’s Transmission & Interconnection Summit, experts said interconnection requests continue to grow and grid operators have tried to keep pace.
NextEra Asks for Rehearing of Canceled Competitive Project
NextEra Energy is continuing its efforts to salvage the only competitive regional transmission project MISO has recommended in its South region.
Jim Richmond, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
FERC Resolves NextEra-Avangrid Dispute over Seabrook Circuit Breaker
FERC settled a dispute between NextEra Energy and Avangrid over whether the former should be responsible for upgrading a circuit breaker at Seabrook.
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Suitors Line up for AEP’s Unregulated Renewable Assets
Wall Street has reacted to earnings releases from AEP, NextEra Energy and Xcel Energy by increasing their share prices in the following days.
Mystic Cost Worries Highlight NEPOOL PC Meeting
A group of New England suppliers is raising worries about the costs of the cost-of-service agreement between ISO-NE and the Mystic Generating Station.
MISO Cancels Hartburg-Sabine Competitive Project
A MISO staff planning committee has determined that the $130 million, 500-kV Hartburg-Sabine Junction project in East Texas is no longer necessary.
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NextEra Continues to Shine Brightly
NextEra Energy announced strong second-quarter earnings, boosted by another stellar quarter of renewable energy development.
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SACE Says Southeastern US Unprepared to Decarbonize
None of the major utilities in the Southeastern U.S. are on track to decarbonized by midcentury or even by 2070, SACE indicated in a recent report.
EMC Engineering Services
NextEra Energy Plans ‘Real Zero’ Carbon Emissions by 2045
NextEra Energy says it plans to achieve zero carbon emissions no later than 2045, without purchasing emissions credits or using carbon-capture technology.

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