Can Independent Transmission Remain a Viable Business in the U.S.: Recent Policy and Federal Cases Raise Concerns
The Electricity Journal, 2011, vol. 24, issue 7, 7-9
Though the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission continues to profess support for new independent transmission and has provided healthy incentives for several new development proposals, the same Commission has issued several recent orders which call into question its willingness to continue providing already granted incentives to several fully developed, financed and operating independent transmission lines.
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