25 Jul '11, 3pm

US Pulls Record Energy During Heat Wave

“MISO’s real-time operations teams in Carmel, Ind., and St. Paul, Minn., continue to manage these high-loading conditions to keep the system in balance. This involves staying in constant contact with local balancing authorities and generation owners to confirm operating needs and capabilities in order to maintain excellent grid reliability and market operations,” said Richard Doying, vice president of MISO operations.

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