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The ideas of this letter are nothing new. Of course the National Resources Defense Council, the Macro Grid Initiative and various green energy associations support transmission investment, (although, interestingly, there are signatures from federal bureaucrats on this letter). What's important here is the coordination of these groups to push the FERC towards a massive transmission project. I think this shows the next step of transmission advocacy: various organizations and associations and lobbyists combining their efforts to speak as one voice. It will be interesting to see if the FERC responds. 

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