New US coalition targets fair electricity transmission

The coalition will seek to ensure transmission planning builds on existing successful, co-ordinated and transparent regional processes, and is inclusive of all stakeholders. The CFTP believes voluntary interconnection co-ordination should be a complement to, and not a substitute for, local and regional processes. 

Cost allocation is a sore subject in the US power market. A transmission line can run across a number of regions, transmitting power from one area to another. The landowners in between

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