Line Ratings and the Future of Renewable Energy – Webinar, 2/8/21 at 1 pm ET

Register here The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is preparing to act to modernize transmission line ratings, which will have a significant impact on renewable energy development. Join Grid Strategies expert Jay Caspary for an overview of line rating methodologies, their impact on grid operations and consumer energy values, and discussion of FERC’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking “to improve the accuracy and transparency of transmission line ratings.” Jay Caspary has over 40 years of experience in transmission planning, including serving as head of Transmission Development at the Southwest Power Pool and as Senior Policy Advisor for the Department of Energy’s Office … Continue reading Line Ratings and the Future of Renewable Energy – Webinar, 2/8/21 at 1 pm ET

Transmission and Jobs

Transmission and Jobs Michael Goggin July 27, 2020 To build 100 GW worth of transmission delivery capacity, we would need to build about $75 billion in transmission infrastructure. That would create around 600,000 direct jobs and 1.5 million direct, indirect, and induced jobs. That construction would create around 27 direct jobs and 67 direct, indirect, and induced jobs per mile of transmission line, based on the above estimate of 21,667 miles. That estimate is based on the results of following five studies that used economic input-output models to evaluate the direct and indirect job creation benefits of transmission construction. These … Continue reading Transmission and Jobs