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    Source:  Dan Boone

    Wind energy projects in generator interconnection "queue" for US grid regions  

    Source:  Dan Boone | Information, U.S.

    NE ISO 2,100 MW (New England)
    NY ISO 6,800 MW (NY)
    PJM 24,500 MW (Mid-Atlantic states west through northern IN and IL)
    MISO 65,500 MW (most of Midwest)
    ERCOT 35,500 MW (much of TX)
    SPP 19,300 MW (mostly KS and OK, also TX panhandle)
    WECC 11,200 MW (entire western US)
    Total 164,900 MW (within US portion of North American grid)

    Numbers are rounded to nearest 100 MW. The numbers may be somewhat inflated owing to occasional multiple interconnection study applications for the same wind energy project (e.g., to evaluate alternative ways to tie into a grid’s transmission system). And, of course, not all of the wind energy projects submitted for interconnection study will be built.

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