public policy transmission need (PPTN)
NYISO said it plans to file a motion with FERC for an extension on the compliance deadline for Order 2023, according to a presentation given to stakeholders.
NYISO delved into a plethora of upcoming projects, including the New York City public policy transmission need assessment and what the preliminary rules and assumptions will be.
NYISO addressed stakeholder questions in a statement it released about the predicted near-term reliability shortfall in New York City, and potentially statewide.
The PSC has called on NYISO to open its next PPTN with the goal of getting 6,000 MW of new transmission facilities in Long Island to facilitate the export of future offshore wind resources.
A NYISO subcommittee voted to recommend the approval of report results for the ISO's preferred Propel NY Energy project.
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NYISO’s Business Issues Committee recommended that the Management Committee votes to recommend approval of the draft Long Island PPTN report.
NYISO stakeholders learned how the ISO assessed the seven transmission projects chosen from the Public Policy Transmission Need solicitation for Long Island.
NYPSC won praise for its implementation of a law to speed up transmission development, but parties said much work remains in order to meet clean energy goals.
NYISO will have to add zero-emission generation and transmission at an unprecedented pace to meet New York's climate goals, according to a new study.
Stakeholders urged regulators to defer approval, outright reject or refer to NYISO’s public policy tx planning process Con Ed’s proposal for a new substation.
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