Rules & Law

Rules & Law
TECHNICAL EXPERTISE | BUILD SUPPORT
Ensuring policies are interpreted
and implemented fairly
rules and law

Leveraging Technical Expertise 
and Building Support to Expand Markets

Regulatory agencies, like Public Utilities Commissions, are the agents of rules and law.

Advocacy and participation at state and federal agencies is a vital component of the work Wind on the Wires does to advance renewable energy in the Midwest.  

 

Our Approach:

  • Participate:  WOW participates in regulatory processes of state public utilities commissions and other state agencies as well as MISO to ensure transmission projects and other energy policies are implemented and renewables are represented fairly. We also engage in resource planning proceedings to ensure renewables are appropriately included in the energy resource mix.

  • Advocate:  WOW regularly works with expert witnesses to provide testimony and comments in state regulatory proceedings to support outcomes that advance our key priorities.
  • ActivateWOW intervenes in state regulatory dockets, and WOW staff engage in media efforts to support transmission projects. We also mobilize members to participate in regulatory hearings.
rules-cpp

Clean Power Plan

WOW will employ its technical expertise to help state agencies develop State Implementation Plans that will take full advantage of low-cost renewables, especially wind.

Learn More
rules-utilities

Utility IRPs

Intervening in utility integrated resource planning processes ensures WOW can advocate for maximum renewables being included in the energy resource mix in the future.

Learn More
con-thumbnail

Certificates of Need

WOW frequently intervenes in state Certificate of Need proceedings at regulatory agencies to advocate for new transmission that supports more wind development.

Learn More
FERC-thumb

FERC

FERC is an independent federal agency that regulates interstate transmission of electricity. WOW advocates for fair treatment of renewables through this agency when negotiations with MISO fail.

Learn More