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Transmission Professionals Group

The Transmission Professionals special interest group covers the distribution of power from generation to final destination. 

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First Energy Requests Abandonment Incentive

On April 2, 2019 in Docket No. ER19-1515, First Energy, on behalf of on behalf of its affiliates American Transmission Systems, Incorporated (“ATSI”), Mid-Atlantic Interstate Transmission, LLC (“MAIT”) and the West Penn Power Company (“West..

Exelon (ComEd) Requests Abandonment Incentive for Superconductor Project

On March 29, Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) submitted proposed modifications to its transmission formula rate to clarify that ComEd may recover its portion of the cost to construct, operate, and maintain the Superconductor Cable Development Project..

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