November 30, 2023

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In West, Proposals for Tx Planning Proliferate Faster than New Lines

State-led CREPC should spearhead an effort to boost development of new transmission in the West, according to the findings of an initiative that included former FERC Chair Richard Glick.

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Transmission Spending Should be ‘Like Going to Costco’
Developing transmission in the West should involve a long-term, comprehensive plan instead of a localized piecemeal approach, speakers agreed at a Western States Transmission Initiative webinar.
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Former FERC Commissioners Share Outlooks with MACRUC
Current or former FERC commissioners  shared their views on the future of RTOs and the relationship between state and federal regulators.
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Debt Deal Weakens Odds for Increased FERC Siting Authority, Glick Tells EBA
Permitting provisions in the recent debt deal weaken the "momentum" for increased FERC transmission siting authority, says former FERC Chair Richard Glick.
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Former FERC Chair Richard Glick Sets Up Consulting Shop
The former FERC head said he'll be launching GQ New Energy Strategies with Pamela Quinlan, his chief of staff on the commission.
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Former Chairs, Rep. Casten Call for Bolder FERC
FERC has become too politicized and should use its independent authority to move the electricity industry forward, two former commission chairs said.
ACORE Report: Storm Showed How More Tx Could Yield Benefits
Former FERC Chair Richard Glick says an industry report on transmission’s value underscores what many already know: More capacity makes a big difference.
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Phillips Presides over 1st FERC Meeting as Chair
Acting FERC Chairman Willie Phillips presided over his first open meeting, announcing a roundtable on environmental justice and his key staffers.
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Biden Names Phillips Acting FERC Chairman
President Biden named Willie Phillips as acting FERC chairman, replacing Richard Glick.
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FERC’s Work in 2022 Left in Doubt by Manchin
2022 was a busy year for FERC, with rulemaking proposals and technical conferences covering almost everything over which the commission has jurisdiction.

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