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  • Plus, utility spokesman Brian Manthey said, customers will benefit because We Energies will be able to sell power from the plant in the Midwest regional wholesale energy market, known as MISO, reducing reliance on older power plants across the Midwest.

    JSOnline.com

  • The MISO has no such obligation, and FERC cannot delegate its legal responsibility to a party that is not charged with the duty to protect ratepayers.

    FERC Is Being Unfair to Michigan

  • The allocation formula submitted by the MISO and approved by FERC does not have the support of a majority of the MISO states, including Michigan's regulatory commission.

    FERC Is Being Unfair to Michigan

  • But name changes, whether dropping "strategic communications" or going from PSYOP to MISO, won't solve the underlying problems.

    Fine Print: Contractors' roles in psychological operations raise concerns

  • As one result, after approval by top Pentagon officials including Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates, SOCOM's commander, Adm. Eric T. Olson, announced last week that the PSYOP name will be dropped because of bad connotations and changed to Military Information Support Operations (MISO).

    Fine Print: Contractors' roles in psychological operations raise concerns

  • Yet the work of NORTHCOM's psyops unit, now re-branded MISO, also included operations "designed to influence and deter foreign enemies from attacking the United States."

    Pentagon unit has dual mission: domestic psy-ops, disaster aid

  • Or at least it was until June, when the name of the mission was changed to a more civilian-friendly “Military Information Support Operations,” or MISO.

    Pentagon unit has dual mission: domestic psy-ops, disaster aid

  • The cost-sharing plan was developed by the Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, or MISO, which operates the region's power grid and market.

    U.S. Backs Plan to Divvy Up Power-Line Costs

  • For those who have yet to experience it, MISO is a Japanese fermented soybean and grain paste (usually made with rice or barley) which is used as a soup base (similar to bouillon paste or cubes) and flavoring.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • A cloud of white smoke drew our attention and quickly our crowd down to Mark Andelbradt of Morimoto cart where through the haze we saw Chef Andelbradt and his assistants searing SKEWERED WAYGU BEEF, TOKYO SCALLION, MATSUTAKE MUSHROOM, AND SPICY MISO.

    Current Affairs

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  • In the power industry, Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator.

    May 21, 2010