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ACEG Executive Director Rob Gramlich Presented at the NARUC Summer Policy Summit: “Interregional Transmission: Why We Need It and Why We Haven’t Gotten It”
 
ACEG has been involved in recent efforts to engage and educate public utility commissioners through National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissions (NARUC) on transmission issues. During NARUC’s Summer Policy Summit in July, Executive Director Rob Gramlich presented on Interregional Transmission: Why We Need It, and Why We Haven’t Gotten It. You can view the recording here.
 

NRRI Releases Paper on Regional and Interregional Transmission Planning

This month, the National Regulatory Research Institute (NRRI) published an Insights paper, “A New State-Federal Cooperation Agenda for Regional and Interregional Transmission,” authored by Rob Gramlich and Colorado Public Utility Commissioner John Gavan, that addresses ways in which the states and FERC can improve the transmission planning process to provide the capacity necessary for a decarbonized future. The NRRI Insights paper can be accessed here.
 

Rob Gramlich's Interview with NPR on Transmission

On September 29, Rob Gramlich conducted an interview with NPR on the topic of clean electricity and transmission in the U.S. Click here for a 3-minute listen of the interview.
 

Americans for a Clean Energy Grid (ACEG) is the only non-profit broad-based public interest advocacy coalition focused on the need to expand, integrate, and modernize the North American high-voltage grid.

ACEG brings together the diverse support for an expanded and modernized grid from business, labor, consumer and environmental groups, and other transmission supporters to support policy which recognizes the benefits of a robust transmission grid.

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