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The most important headlines, decisions and events at FERC.
The most important headlines, decisions and events at FERC.
The most important headlines, decisions and events at FERC.
The most important headlines, decisions and events at FERC.
The most important headlines, decisions and events at FERC.
FERC today acted to promote broader regional transmission planning in the U.S. Western Interconnection by clarifying that an Order No. 1000 regional transmission planning process may conduct transmission planning on behalf of non-public utility transmission providers, commonly referred to as public power utilities, that do not enroll in the transmission planning region. The participation of non-public utility transmission providers in the regional transmission planning processes will expand opportunities to identify and propose more efficient or cost-effective regional transmission projects.
FERC today acted to promote broader regional transmission planning in the U.S. Western Interconnection by clarifying that an Order No. 1000 regional transmission planning process may conduct transmission planning on behalf of non-public utility transmission providers, commonly referred to as public power utilities, that do not enroll in the transmission planning region. The participation of non-public utility transmission providers in the regional transmission planning processes will expand opportunities to identify and propose more efficient or cost-effective regional transmission projects.
FERC today acted to promote broader regional transmission planning in the U.S. Western Interconnection by clarifying that an Order No. 1000 regional transmission planning process may conduct transmission planning on behalf of non-public utility transmission providers, commonly referred to as public power utilities, that do not enroll in the transmission planning region. The participation of non-public utility transmission providers in the regional transmission planning processes will expand opportunities to identify and propose more efficient or cost-effective regional transmission projects.
FERC today acted to promote broader regional transmission planning in the U.S. Western Interconnection by clarifying that an Order No. 1000 regional transmission planning process may conduct transmission planning on behalf of non-public utility transmission providers, commonly referred to as public power utilities, that do not enroll in the transmission planning region. The participation of non-public utility transmission providers in the regional transmission planning processes will expand opportunities to identify and propose more efficient or cost-effective regional transmission projects.
FERC today acted to promote broader regional transmission planning in the U.S. Western Interconnection by clarifying that an Order No. 1000 regional transmission planning process may conduct transmission planning on behalf of non-public utility transmission providers, commonly referred to as public power utilities, that do not enroll in the transmission planning region. The participation of non-public utility transmission providers in the regional transmission planning processes will expand opportunities to identify and propose more efficient or cost-effective regional transmission projects.
FERC today acted to promote broader regional transmission planning in the U.S. Western Interconnection by clarifying that an Order No. 1000 regional transmission planning process may conduct transmission planning on behalf of non-public utility transmission providers, commonly referred to as public power utilities, that do not enroll in the transmission planning region. The participation of non-public utility transmission providers in the regional transmission planning processes will expand opportunities to identify and propose more efficient or cost-effective regional transmission projects.
FERC today acted to promote broader regional transmission planning in the U.S. Western Interconnection by clarifying that an Order No. 1000 regional transmission planning process may conduct transmission planning on behalf of non-public utility transmission providers, commonly referred to as public power utilities, that do not enroll in the transmission planning region. The participation of non-public utility transmission providers in the regional transmission planning processes will expand opportunities to identify and propose more efficient or cost-effective regional transmission projects.
FERC today acted to promote broader regional transmission planning in the U.S. Western Interconnection by clarifying that an Order No. 1000 regional transmission planning process may conduct transmission planning on behalf of non-public utility transmission providers, commonly referred to as public power utilities, that do not enroll in the transmission planning region. The participation of non-public utility transmission providers in the regional transmission planning processes will expand opportunities to identify and propose more efficient or cost-effective regional transmission projects.
FERC today acted to promote broader regional transmission planning in the U.S. Western Interconnection by clarifying that an Order No. 1000 regional transmission planning process may conduct transmission planning on behalf of non-public utility transmission providers, commonly referred to as public power utilities, that do not enroll in the transmission planning region. The participation of non-public utility transmission providers in the regional transmission planning processes will expand opportunities to identify and propose more efficient or cost-effective regional transmission projects.
FERC today acted to promote broader regional transmission planning in the U.S. Western Interconnection by clarifying that an Order No. 1000 regional transmission planning process may conduct transmission planning on behalf of non-public utility transmission providers, commonly referred to as public power utilities, that do not enroll in the transmission planning region. The participation of non-public utility transmission providers in the regional transmission planning processes will expand opportunities to identify and propose more efficient or cost-effective regional transmission projects.


 
 
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