Access materials related to Transmission Owner-developed asset-management or asset-condition projects throughout the New England transmission system.
In addition to the ISO led planning processes, transmission owners of Pool Transmission Facilities (PTF) in New England have an ongoing obligation to identify degraded assets and to implement necessary replacements or upgrades. These asset management programs are necessary to support the continued reliability of the system.
For information related to ISO led planning processes, see Reliability Transmission, Market Efficiency Transmission, Public Policy Transmission, Competitive Transmission, and Key Study Areas for materials related to the study and identification of system needs and solution development.
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