A subsidiary of Southline Transmission LLC, the $800m project planned for New Mexico and Arizona, on March 31 said it began the process of selling capacity on the line in an effort to reach transmission service agreements with customers.
Texas regulators said in their March 30 final order that Brazos Electric Power Cooperative is to minimize the amount of flora and fauna disturbed during construction of the transmission project, except to the extent necessary to establish appropriate right of way clearance for the project.
FERC granted in part and denied in part Grid Assurance’s petition to have utilities subscribe to its services to maintain an inventory of critical grid equipment to address power restoration efforts following catastrophic events.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission went out for comment on an application from Energy Resources USA Inc. for a preliminary permit under which it would study the feasibility of the Rough River Lake Dam Hydroelectric Project, to be located at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Rough River Lake Dam in Kentucky. […]
Although the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has raised concerns about whether workers at the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)’s Watts Bar nuclear complex feel comfortable raising safety issues, this situation evidently won’t hold up deployment of Unit 2. […]
In what was a busy day for rulings, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) on March 31 adopted with modifications stipulations to the electric security plan (ESP) for FirstEnergy (NYSE:FE)’s Ohio distribution utilities. […]