FERC Order 1000

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How are transmission owners handling the requirements of FERC Order 1000?

The brave new world of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Order 1000 is really just beginning, and it is too soon to tell just what the impact will be, according to industry participants. The order requires interregional coordination in planning and cost allocation by transmission owners, and it removes the right of first refusal for incumbent operators on new transmission projects to foster competition.

“Some things have worked well and some things not so well,” said Mike Kor

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