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For immediate release | March 23, 2018
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Steven Greenlee |
Anne Gonzales |
Board approves 2017-18 Transmission Plan, CRR rule changes
Plan calls for canceling, modifying projects to avoid $2.6 billion in costs
Folsom, Calif. - The California Independent System Operator (ISO) Board of Governors yesterday approved the 2017-2018 Transmission Plan to support electric system reliability while canceling or modifying previously approved projects to avoid $2.6 billion in future costs.
Read the news release here.
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