ISO-NE expects system emissions to fall by nearly half by 2032 as gas generation declines, but projects coal and oil generation to increase to cover winter peak loads.
FERC has approved SPP’s tariff revisions to its transmission planning process that establish new study processes for transmission-owning members.
NERC laid out a framework for transmission planners and planning coordinators to include cybersecurity in planning studies to address rapidly evolving threats.
SPP staff have chosen a hybrid approach to improve its transmission and congestion-hedging markets, focusing on equitably allocating congestion rights first.
Consumer advocates, industrial consumers and municipals asked FERC to force PJM to require incumbent TOs to sign agreements on immediate-need projects.
MISO responded to criticism from Illinois lawmakers that it isn’t doing enough to bring renewables in its queue online to solve its capacity deficiency.
An alliance of consumer groups jointly filed a complaint Friday against MISO’s practice of respecting state rights of first refusal laws in its regional transmission planning.
MISO and PJM have four interregional transmission project candidates under consideration this year for their Targeted Market Efficiency Project category.
Nevada is poised to be at the center of a robust and interconnected Western transmission system, but the state must move quickly, a new task force chair says.
New York TOs again rejected challenges to their new public policy category of local transmission development for purposes of cost sharing and recovery.
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