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RAPID/BulkTransmission/Alabama/Transmission +Electric utilities may need a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity from the [[Alabama Public Service Commission]] to construct any "plant...or facility for the production, transmission, delivery, or furnishing of electricity." [[Alabama – Ala. Code §§ 37 et seq., Public Utilities and Public Transportation|Ala. Code. § 37-4-28]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Alaska/Transmission +Public utilities may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to “…operate and receive compensation for providing a commodity or service…” [[Alaska – Stat. Ann. §§ 42.05.221 et seq., Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity|Alaska Stat. § 42.05.221]]  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Arizona/Transmission +Public service corporations, and utilities may need a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity from [[Arizona Corporation Commission]] prior to constructing a transmission project. [[ARS 40 - Public Utilities and Carriers|ARS 40-281]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Arkansas/Transmission +A public utility may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct or operate any new equipment or a facility supplying a public service. [[Arkansas – Ark. Code Ann. §23-3-2 et seq., Certificates of Convenience and Necessity, (2017)|Ark. Code Ann. §23-3-201(a) (2017)]]  +, [[Arkansas Public Service Commission Rules of Practice and Procedure|Arkansas PSC Rules of Practice and Procedure, Rule 6.01]]. Furthermore, any person may need a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need before constructing a major utility facility.  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/California/Transmission +Transmission line facilities of 200kV and higher are required to obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[California Public Utilities Commission]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Colorado/Transmission +Public utilities and certain cooperative electrical associations may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Colorado Public Utilities Commission]] for new construction and extension of transmission facilities that are 120 kV or more. [[Code of Colorado Regulations 4 CCR 723-3, Rules Regulating Electric Utilities|4 CCR 723-3-3206]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Connecticut/Transmission +Connecticut does not require other approval from the public utility commission for transmission projects.  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Florida/Transmission +Florida does not require other approval from the public utility commission for transmission projects.  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Hawaii/Transmission +Public utilities may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Hawaii Public Utilities Commission]] to construct high voltage transmission lines with a capacity of 120 kV or more. [[Hawaii – Haw. Rev. Stat. §§ 269 et seq., Public Utilities Commission|H.R.S. § 269-131]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Idaho/Transmission +Electrical corporations may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Idaho Public Utilities Commission]] to construct an electric plant, line, or system. [[Idaho IC 61-526, Certificate of Convenience and Necessity|I.C. 61-526]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Illinois/Transmission +Public utilities may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Illinois Commerce Commission]] to construct any new plant, equipment, property, or facility. [[Illinois Public Utilities Act (220 I.L.C.S §§ 5 et seq.)|220 I.L.C.S § 5/8-406]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Indiana/Transmission +New electric transmission owners may need authority to operate as a public utility from the [[Indiana Regulatory Commission]] and approval from the appropriate local authorities to construct transmission lines of 100kV or more. [[Indiana – Indiana Code §§ 8-1-38 et seq., Transmission Reliability|Indiana Code § 8-1-38]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Iowa/Transmission +Any person may need an Electric Transmission Line Franchise from the [[Iowa Utilities Board]] "to construct, erect, maintain, or operate a transmission line, wire, or cable of 69 kV or more.." [[Iowa – Iowa Code §§ 478 et seq., Electric Transmission Lines]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Kansas/Transmission +Electric utilities may need a Transmission Siting Permit from the [[Kansas Corporation Commission]] to “…prepare, or construct a electric transmission line, or exercise of the right of eminent domain…” for electric transmission line projects that are 230 kV or greater and at least 5 miles in length. [[Kansas - K.S.A. §§ 66-101 et seq., Public Utilities|K.S.A. §§ 66-1178]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Kentucky/Transmission +Public utilities may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Kentucky Public Service Commission]] construct a transmission line greater than 138 kV or longer than 5,280 feet. [[Kentucky – 807 KY. Admin. Regs. 5:120, Applications for Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for Certain Electric Transmission Lines, (2005)|807 KY. Admin. Regs. 5:120 (2005)]], [[Kentucky – KY. Rev. Stat. Ann. §278.020, Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity, (2016)|KY. Rev. Stat. Ann. §278.020(2) (2016)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Louisiana/Transmission +Any “person or entity”, subject to the jurisdiction or regulatory authority of the [[Louisiana Public Service Commission]] (LPSC), may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity Certificate from the LPSC to construct any “transmission facility” located within the state. [[Louisiana – Louisiana Public Service Commission General Order (2013)|Louisiana Public Service Commission General Order (2013), No. R-26018, at 9]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Maine/Transmission +A person may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Maine Public Utilities Commission]] to construct transmission lines of 69 kV or more. [[Maine – 35-A ME. REV. STAT. §§ 3101-3195, Public Utilities - Electric Power – General Provisions|Me. Rev. Stat. Ann. tit. 35-A, § 3132-A]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Maryland/Transmission +A person may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Maryland Public Service Commission]] to construct a transmission line over 69 kV. [[Maryland – MD. Code Ann., Public Utilities §7-2 et seq., Electric Generation Facility Planning (1998)|MD. Code Ann., Public Utilities §7-207 (1998)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Michigan/Transmission +An electric utility, affiliated transmission company, or independent transmission company may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Michigan Public Service Commission]] to construct a major transmission line. A “major transmission line” is a transmission line of 5 miles or more in length that is wholly or partially owned by an electric utility, affiliated transmission company, or independent transmission company and through which electricity is transferred at system bulk supply voltage of 345 kV or more. [[Michigan – Act 30 of 1995 – Electric Transmission Line Certification Act| MCL §§ 460.562, 460.565]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Minnesota/Transmission +Any person may need a Certificate of Need from the [[Minnesota Public Utilities Commission]] to site or construct a large energy facility. [[Minnesota – Minn. Stat. §§ 216B et seq., Public Utilities|Minn. Stat. § 216B.243(2)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Mississippi/Transmission +Public Utilities may need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Mississippi Public Service Commission]] to “construct, acquire, extend, or operate equipment” manufacturing, generating, transmitting, or distributing electricity for public sale. [[Mississippi – Miss. Code Ann. §§ 77-3-14 et seq., Certificates of public convenience and necessity required for construction of electrical generating and transmitting facilities|Miss. Code Ann. § 77-3-14(1)]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Missouri/Transmission +Electric corporations may need a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity from the [[Missouri Public Service Commission]] to construct an electric plant. [[Missouri – Mo. Rev. Stat. §§ 393.010 et seq., Gas, Electric, Water, Heating and Sewer Companies|Mo. Rev. Stat. § 393.170.1]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Nebraska/Transmission +[[Nebraska Public Service Commission]] (“NPSC”) approval is necessary for transmission and distribution lines (and increases in voltage of existing lines) that “exceed 1,500 volts that will be located within a quarter mile of any existing electrical or communication line, or railroad signal lines or are in excess of 700 volts that will be located within 500 feet of any existing electrical, or communication line, or railroad signal lines.” [[Nebraska – 75 N.R.S. §§ 101 et seq., Public Service Commission | 75 N.R.S. § 710]]  +, [[Nebraska Regulations – 291 N.A.C. §§ 002 et seq., Transmission Line Rules and Regulations | 291 N.A.C. § 002.01]]. NPSC approval is not required for transmission lines that meet the above criteria, but are “within the limits of any incorporated city or village.” [[Nebraska – 75 N.R.S. §§ 101 et seq., Public Service Commission | 75 N.R.S. §§ 709-710]].  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/Nevada/Transmission +Any person may need a Certificate of Public Convenience Necessity from the [[Public Utilities Commission of Nevada]] to own, control, operate, or maintain a public utility. [[NRS 704 - Regulation of Public Utilities Generally | NRS 704.330]]. A person is defined as “person engaged in or intending to engage in the operation of a public utility.  +
RAPID/BulkTransmission/New Hampshire/Transmission +New Hampshire does not require other approval from the public utility commission for transmission projects.  +