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SPP regulators have approved a recommendation for three DC ties that will connect the RTO’s Eastern and Western Interconnection footprints.
A summary of the issues scheduled to be brought to a vote at the PJM Markets and Reliability and Members committee meetings on July 28, 2021.
PJM stakeholders endorsed a proposal to allow transmission facilities avoid being designated as critical infrastructure under NERC standard CIP-014.
SPP’s Regional State Committee endorsed a report on wind-rich areas and several recommendations related to the effort to improve its planning processes.
SPP and AECI stakeholders approved a scope for a joint study to determine the existence of any mutually beneficial transmission projects.
The Dec. 21 FERC order requiring SPP to help fast-start resources set LMPs added one more to-do for the RTO in what is shaping up to be a busy 2018.
SPP’s Regional State Committee (SPP RSC) accepted a working group’s proposal to leave unchanged their safe-harbor thresholds.
MISO told the Planning Advisory Committee that it will conduct three new separate, but related, studies this year to identify a transmission solution for the RTO’s constrained interface between its North and South regions.
SPP stakeholders are pondering the use of incremental long-term congestion rights to help solve some of the complexity with the RTO’s Z2 crediting process.
Just two days after FERC rejected allegations that MISO was blocking a wind farm from exporting power to PJM, the RTO was hit with a new complaint accusing it of giving special treatment to external generators seeking to deliver power into the Midwest.
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