ERCOT readies to integrate a large future influx of wind generation and finds need for new, more flexible resources to provide ancillary services – preferably a zero-to-five-minute ramping...
Another Food Fight!
The new transmission siting and permitting policies could be just as messy and unruly as the old ones.
has an opportunity to be heard on this.”
In response to criticisms that the DOE’s filing system/stakeholder process is antiquated compared with FERC’s streamlined eLibrary system, which indexes filings and provides a user-friendly experience, Kolevar promises to be responsive to any suggestions that might streamline the process.
Let us hope that that the director and his department do remain above the fray. If the DOE fails to facilitate the necessary infrastructure growth, much more than food could go to waste in the latest transmission-siting stakeholder process.