Amanda Durish Cook

MISO Correspondent


Amanda has worked in newspapers for over a decade, first contributing to community papers in Michigan before working as a reporter and editor for The Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville, Fla. Amanda is an alumna of the University of Michigan and is back in the Midwest where she belongs. She resides in Indianapolis, Ind. with her husband Scott and dog Ichabod. You can find her camping, canoeing, skiing and making her way through the titles in Oprah’s Book Club.


Most Recent News

May 27, 2020
MISO is calling on expertise from its local balancing authorities to help improve load forecasting, RTO engineers told stakeholders. | Entergy
May 25, 2020
FERC reversed its earlier stance that would have required nonpublic utility transmission owners in MISO and SPP to explicitly commit to providing refunds. | Tri-County Electric
May 20, 2020
About 10,000 central Michigan residents have been forced to evacuate their homes after the Edenville Dam in Midland County collapsed under heavy rainfall.
May 17, 2020
MISO staff floated initial ideas on how the RTO could better synchronize the separate studies supporting its annual transmission planning and generator interconnection queue processes. | © RTO Insider
May 13, 2020
MISO is examining additional measures to shave the time its customers spend in the generation interconnection queue, this time focusing on the definitive planning phase. | MISO
May 11, 2020
MISO is ready to begin testing some of the capabilities of its new market platform as the effort to develop the system enters its fourth year, stakeholders learned. | © RTO Insider
March 1, 2020
MISO said preparations are in the works for the 2021 GridEx VI exercise, with the RTO drawing on lessons learned during last year’s event. | MISO