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PJM Immediate Need Exception to Competitive Transmission Process

FERC recently investigated the immediate need reliability exceptions to competitive processes in the OATT of ISO-NE, SPP and PJM.  FERC found that ISO-NE and SPP are compliant with their OATTs and that there is no reason to change the immediate..
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Dumais Consulting

Member since 2018

CEO, Dumais Consulting

House Dems' plan to fight climate change proposes big changes to transmission grid

The plan to fight climate change recently released by House Democrats calls for some big changes to the nation's transmission grid and the rules governing it.
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Freelance Writer, Editor, Consultant
Lansdowne, Pa.

Member since 2015

Freelance Writer, Editor, Consultant, Lansdowne, Pa.

New Macro Grid Initiative takes aim at America's renewable generation and delivery problem

A new Macro Grid Initiative from the American Council on Renewable Energy zeroes in on addressing the harm the country's aging electricity distribution system can do on our renewable energy aspirations.
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Electric Industry

Member since 2017

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