By Chris O'Malley
MISO has launched discussions that could lead to refinements in its procedures for handling out-of-cycle requests.
Additional news on this topic:
MISO’s Board of Directors System Planning Committee voted unanimously Tuesday to approve Entergy’s controversial Lake Charles out-of-cycle transmission projects, setting up a likely approval by the full board Thursday.
Over some objections, MISO’s Board of Directors voted unanimously to approve Entergy’s request for $217 million in out-of-cycle transmission projects.
Entergy’s request for a $187 million transmission upgrade near Lake Charles, La., will receive a “full review” by MISO’s board following stakeholder dissent over its classification as an out-of-cycle project.