Implications of the Transmission ANOPR for the Northeast: How FERC’s Advance Rulemaking Could Lead to Landmark Reforms and Where Does it Go from Here?
The transmission planning, interconnection, and cost allocation concepts and proposals set forth in FERC’s Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANOPR) are a potential first step toward major reforms that could reshape the power grid for decades to come. This panel will provide perspectives on the ANOPR’s scope, substance, and where it might be headed. After this panel, one should understand how FERC's advance proposed rule could affect Northeast markets and implications for industry sectors and consumers.
Associate General Counsel
Senior Vice President, Regulatory Policy & Analysis
Special Assistant Attorney General for Climate Change
MASSACHUSETTS ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE
AMERICAN CLEAN POWER ASSOCIATION
Lead Advisor on Transmission and Technology Initiatives CHAIRMAN GLICK'S OFFICE, FERC
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