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Speed up interconnection studies with enforceable timelines and third-party competition, say SEIA and allies

William Driscoll of PV Magazine reports that clean energy groups have requested that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) create a plan to improve interconnection studies.

The C3 Take
  • The groups requested that interconnectivity studies for renewables take months instead of years.
  • To reduce costs and improve efficiency the plan that is being proposed would allow for third-party consultants to conduct the studies.
  • Commonsense solutions such as this are key to tackling climate change and improving energy and grid reliability.

“So that interconnection studies for large-scale renewables projects may be completed in ‘months instead of years,’ three clean energy trade groups have asked FERC to launch an ‘accelerated, stand-alone’ interconnection rulemaking to implement their recommended approach.”

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