OMS-RSC Seams Liaison Committee
MISO and SPP state regulators are trying to inventory the instances and costs of duplicate transmission charges along their seams to mitigate rate pancaking.
The MISO-SPP joint targeted interconnection queue study has moved into its technical phase with a promise of more stakeholder involvement.
SPP’s state regulators agreed on revisions to a package of recommendations, including one that prioritizes resolving rate pancaking.
SPP and MISO regulators would like to see the RTOs improve seams relations by resolving rate pancaking and adding a smaller interregional project category.
SPP staff have been meeting with MISO staff as they scope the RTOs' joint transmission study of potential projects along their seam.
MISO and SPP state regulators appear intent on completing their work to improve their interregional coordination before 2021 arrives.
MISO’s and SPP’s state regulators gave the RTOs’ staffs an opportunity to respond to their monitors’ suggestions for improving interregional coordination.
MISO and SPP announced a yearlong transmission study to identify projects with “comprehensive, cost-effective and efficient upgrades.”
MISO’s and SPP’s market monitors presented their last report to state regulators working to improve the RTOs’ interregional coordination.
MISO and SPP regulators are close to asking the RTOs for improvements to transmission operations on their seam as their market monitors wind down a study.
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