ISO-NE and its stakeholders have developed planned reforms to the grid operator’s transmission process in two stages. Under the first stage approved by FERC in February 2022, ISO-NE will perform state-requested, scenario-based and forward-looking transmission analyses.

ISO-NE and its stakeholders can build on the proposal to meet the requirements of FERC’s new transmission planning and cost allocation rules, according to joint comments filed by the Acadia Center, Conservation Law Foundation, Earthjustice, Natural Resources Defense Council, Sustainable FERC Project, Sierra Club and Union of Concerned Scientists.

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