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May 21, 2024

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SEIA Policy Forum Asks ‘To RTO or not to RTO?’
FERC Chair Richard Glick, Tony Clark and Suedeen Kelly discussed options for states seeking to interconnect more renewables at SEIA's 30x30 Policy Forum.
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Transmission Industry Hoping for Landmark Order(s) out of FERC ANOPR
Electric transmission providers are pinning their hopes for long-sought changes on FERC’s Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.
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Is Decarbonization an ‘Existential’ Challenge for RTOs?
Ex-FERC commissioner Tony Clark and PJM former general counsel contend that increasing renewable generation has brought the RTO model to a breaking point.
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Can New Laws Overcome Transmission Permitting Roadblocks?
A House panel heard testimony on Democratic proposals to address cost allocation problems and increase federal authority over siting of transmission lines.
Former FERC Commissioners Look at Agency’s Present, Future
Four former FERC commissioners discussed the direction of the commission under President Biden during a panel at the Energy Bar Association annual meeting.
NE States Considering Different Market Models
New England state officials heard suggestions for how ISO-NE’s electricity markets could be altered to aid in the implementation of decarbonization mandates
WIRES Conference Talks Order 1000, Tx Incentives
Panelists during WIRES’ virtual Summer Meeting discussed the impact of the pandemic on transmission rate structures, Order 1000 and FERC's incentives NOPR.
UPDATE: Texas ROFR Legislation Pits Incumbents, Transcos
Fast-moving Texas legislation that would give incumbent utilities the right of first refusal to build transmission projects is on the brink of passage.
Little Time for Transmission Talk on the Hill
Votes on the House floor kept a House Energy Subcommittee hearing on transmission planning to about 90 minutes.
No End Seen to State-Federal Tensions
Speakers at last week's NARUC Annual Meeting agreed that state-federal tension over electricity policy is likely to continue.

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