Each year, MISO and its members report the outcome of annual planning cycles to the MISO Board of Directors (BOD) in the form of MISO Transmission Expansion Planning (MTEP) reports.
The current MTEP12 cycle started in 2011 when stakeholders submitted proposed projects. After extensive evaluation and stakeholder review, appropriate projects were recommended for inclusion in MTEP12. MISO’s Board of Directors unanimously approved MTEP12 at the December 13, 2012 board meeting.
The MTEP12 report also includes the status of previously approved MTEP projects, as well as chapters about recent and current transmission planning studies and findings.
The traditional annual MISO MTEP report is finalized in the fall and submitted to the MISO Board of Directors in December. MISO also produces a smaller report during the spring for submission to the BOD in June.
Full MTEP12 Report - Flipbook
Full MTEP12 Report (pdf)
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Executive Summary
Chapter 2 - MTEP12 Overview
Chapter 3 - Historical MTEP Plan Status
Chapter 4 - Reliability Analysis
Chapter 5 - Economic Analysis
Chapter 6 - MISO Resource Assessment
Chapter 7 - Policy Landscape Studies
Chapter 8 - Targeted Regional Energy Policy Studies
Appendices A, B, and CAppendices A1, A2, and A3
Other MTEP12 Appendices
MTEP12 Stakeholder Substantive Comments with MISO Responses
MTEP12 Fall Report Schedule MTEP12 Cost Allocation Presentation
MTEP12 Cost Allocation Spreadsheet
MTEP12 Market Efficiency Project Cost Allocation
MTEP12 ATC Out of Cycle Study
Some circumstances require project approval prior to the next annual MTEP cycle. Transmission Owners may justify an out-of-cycle (OOC) study if it will help drive a timely response to significant load additions or other new system needs that require budgeting, regulatory milestones, construction and other project development support prior to approval of the next MTEP.
Current Out-of-Cycle Requests
MTEP Status Reports
Find the current status of MTEP in MISO's Monthly Transmission Planning Reports.