From Renewable Energy World:

State Attorney Generals and Consumer Advocates from multiple State Agencies have also commented in favor of transmission monitoring and provided a list of roles and responsibilities in their ANOPR comments.

The Office of the People’s Counsel for the District of Columbia (“DCOPC”), Advanced Energy Economy (AEE), the Institute for Policy Integrity at New York University School of Law (Policy Integrity), Sustainable FERC Project, Natural Resources Defense Council, the Sierra Club, Conservation Law Foundation, Acadia Center, Western Resource Advocates, 350 New Orleans, Fresh Energy, Northwest Energy Coalition, Southern Environmental Law Center, and Southface Institute (together “Public Interest Organizations” or “PIOs”), the United States Department of Energy (“DOE” or the “Department”), the Transmission Access Policy Study Group (“TAPS”), R Street Institute (RSI), the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (“DOER”), Consumer Organizations, Pine Gate Renewables, LLC (“Pine Gate”) and the Center for Biological Diversity support creation of an independent transmission monitor.

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