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FERC transmission planning rule should spark Northeast Ohio’s clean-energy growth

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has made a transformative decision with Order 1920, FERC’s first major overhaul in transmission planning policies in over a decade. The order is designed to facilitate the development of reliable, efficient, and cost-effective energy infrastructure. The move is timely, addressing the surge in power demand across the nation due to the re-domestication of manufacturing, the building of data centers vital for a modern economy, and advancements in artificial intelligence technology. Power demand is expected to increase by 5% in the next five years, highlighting the urgency and significance of this rule for future energy resilience and sustainability.

For a comprehensive understanding of how the FERC’s transmission planning rule can catalyze Northeast Ohio’s clean-energy growth, read the full story by Shayna Fritz at the original source:

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