NARUC Annual Meeting
Moderator Sarah Freeman is a Commissioner at the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. Krista Tanner is SVP and Chief Business Officer at ITC Holdings. Asim Haque is VP State Policy and Member Services at PJM Interconnection. Rory Christian is the Chair of the New York Public Service Commission. Jodi Moskowitz is Deputy General Counsel & RTO Strategy Officer at PSEG. Pat Reiten is SVP Public Policy at Berkshire Hathaway Energy.
Building transmission is seen as the key to unlocking the energy transition's potential to bring new resources and technologies online, but there are challenges. What will it take to build new transmission now? State commissioners are ready to play a critical role. Panelists at NARUC's Annual Meeting and Education Conference discussed lessons learned from transmission experiences and necessary considerations for future projects. Enjoy these memorable moments.
Moderator and Commissioner, Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, Sarah Freeman: The hottest topic in the transmission world today is FERC's advance notice of proposed rulemaking, or ANOPR. Comments were due on October twelve, and there were thousands and thousands of pages of comments filed. I'd like the other panelists to share what were the most important comments, made either in your comments or in the ones you've read thus far.
SVP and Chief Business Officer, ITC Holdings, Krista Tanner: ITC is the largest independent transmission owner, and we operate about sixteen thousand miles of line in eight states. We were thrilled by the premise of ANOPR. The premise of ANOPR is the way we're doing things today is not sufficient to get us to where we need to be, whether for reliability, resiliency, or achieving our important climate goals as a nation.