FERC Order No. 1000: New Demands for Energy Providers
Navigating Significant Changes in Regional and Interregional Transmission Planning Requirements and Cost Allocation
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide guidance to counsel for energy providers on the significant changes of FERC Order No. 1000. The panel will offer best practices for tackling important implementation issues for regional and interregional transmission planning requirements and transmission cost allocation.
- Regional transmission planning requirements
- Identification and evaluation of transmission alternatives at regional level
- Application of reciprocity requirements in Order Nos. 888, 890
- Participation in regional transmission planning process
- Public policy requirements
- Interregional transmission planning requirements
- Coordination for more efficient and cost-effective solutions to transmission needs
- Information sharing of regional needs and possible solutions
- Identification and joint evaluation of interregional transmission facilities
- Transmission cost allocation
- Regional cost allocation
- Interregional cost allocation
- Cost allocation principles
- Non-incumbent transmission developer requirements
- Removal of ROFR from open access transmission tariffs
- Amendment to tariffs to require reevaluation of regional transmission plan
- Best practices for implementation
- Evaluating facilities v. sponsors
- ROFRs for local facilities
- Regional cost allocation
- Upgrading current facilities v. new projects
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What changes are in store for regional transmission planning?
- What requirements are established for transmission cost allocation?
- What is the potential impact of the non-incumbent developer reforms and the elimination of the rights of first refusal?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Lyle D. Larson
Balch & Bingham
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