The Jan. 31 joint proposed notice of approval filed by Sharyland Utilities, Public Utility Commission of Texas staff, and Oncor Electric Delivery Company, noted that the commission limits the granted authority to a period of seven years from the date the notice is signed, unless the line is commercially energized before that time.
London, ON (Jan. 25, 2019) – Today, Hydro One and London Hydro announced the successful connection of an upgraded Nelson Transformer Station (TS), the first step in a multi-year project to replace the aging station. […]
According to the New York State Public Service Commission’s Jan. 15 notice, NextEra Energy Transmission New York’s proposed Empire State Line Project would be located in the Town of Royalton in Niagara County and the towns of Alden, Newstead, Lancaster, and Elma in Erie County, and would include a new approximately 20-mile line.
FERC recently granted requests by ITC Midwest and American Transmission Company for authorization to recover 100% of all prudently incurred costs associated with the companies’ investment in the Cardinal-Hickory Creek 345-kV Project if the project is abandoned or cancelled for reasons beyond the companies’ control.
Separately on Jan. 29, the California ISO said that it has been closely monitoring the system and markets since PG&E announced its intention to file for bankruptcy protection, and has not detected any material change in market trends that could be attributed to the PG&E activity.
The New York State Public Service Commission on Jan. 25 said that public comment is sought on Eight Point Wind, LLC’s request to build and operate a new overhead, 115-kV interconnection transmission line that would begin at a new, proposed collection substation in Greenwood, N.Y., and would travel about 16.5 miles to interconnect with the facilities located in New York State Electric and Gas’ existing 115-kV Bennett substation in Hornellsville, N.Y.
Idaho Power said that the Bureau of Land Management on Jan. 5 issued its final EA along with a Finding of No New Significant Impact, beginning a 30-day period for protesting the proposed resource management plan amendments.