The Generator Interconnection (GI) Online Application Portal has been redesigned with a more intuitive interface and enhanced features. 


When are applications being accepted? 
DPP-2023-Cycle application deadline: April 18, 2024 at 5:00 PM Eastern.

DPP-2023-Cycle Phase 1 start date: July 17, 2024.


Highlights for Interconnection Customers:

During the application window, the Portal will support the following application types: 

  • Appendix 1 - Interconnection Requests 

  • Appendix 5 - Optional Information Study Requests 

  • Appendix 4 - Small Generating Facility Interconnection Requests 

  • Attachment Y - Suspensions and Retirements 

For a look at all of the portal enhancements for Interconnection Customers or to learn about the GI application, please view the Generator Interconnection Online Application Guide in the MISO Learning Center. 


Highlights for Transmission Owners:

The redesigned portal allows Transmission Owners to perform company management actions, such as inviting users and managing personnel access to interconnection applications. 

For a look at all of the portal enhancements for Transmission Owners or to learn about the TO review process, please view the Generator Interconnection Online Training for Transmission Owner Reviewers in the MISO Learning Center. 


How can I access the portal? 
To learn how to request access to the Portal, review the GI Portal Getting Started Tips. The Portal can be directly accessed via the following link: Users are strongly encouraged to request and/or verify their Portal access prior to the queue opening.


Note: If you experience issues when attempting to login, please make sure you are using your MISO public website account username and password for the GI Portal login. If you are still unable to login after confirming you are using the correct username and password, please create a case in the Help Center. When creating your case, take a screenshot of the error message you receive and include it as an attachment to your case.


When making corrections to an application from a previous cycle, do I need to adjust the application to fulfill all of the required fields that have been added since that cycle?

Yes, MISO asks customers to update any new required fields in their application upon submitting corrections.


Where can I learn more? 
For additional information, please visit the Generator Interconnection page on the MISO website or review the Generation Interconnection Online Application courses and Queue Process Workshop recording in the MISO Learning Center.

Who can I contact with questions? 

For questions or support, please create a case through the Help Center 

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