July 13, 2024


House Energy and Commerce Committee
State Regulators Debate Reliability and Transmission at House Hearing
House members and their state regulator witnesses split over how much an expanded transmission grid could enable a reliable transition to a low-carbon future.
Duke Energy
Duke Earnings Slip on Low Demand, but Long-term Growth Expected
Duke Energy saw quarterly earnings slip due to low demand, but a growing economy and the transition to cleaner energy had its executives highlighting future growth opportunities on its earnings call Thursday.
NIPSCO Proposes New Gas Plant; Ind. Consumer Advocate Displeased
Tensions are building between NIPSCO and the Citizen Action Coalition of Indiana over the utility's proposal to build a new natural gas peaking plant.
Northern Indiana Public Service Co.
New Law Expands Indiana ROFR Law for Transmission Buildout
Indiana has become the latest state to give incumbent utilities a right of first refusal to develop regional transmission projects.
Report: Energy Storage Would Save Indiana Utilities $73M
Three Indiana utilities could save customers a combined $73 million if they ditched plans to build new gas plants and invested in battery storage, report says.
CenterPoint Energy
CenterPoint’s $43B Capex Plan on Track
CenterPoint Energy navigated high interest rates and mild winter weather for a "tremendous start" to 2023 and is on its way to deploying $43 billion in capital.
MISO States Ramp Up ROFR Legislation
State legislatures across MISO are undertaking a flurry of activity on rights of first refusal legislation as major transmission planning surges.
Midwest Governors Form Clean Hydrogen Coalition
Seven Midwest governors announced the creation of the Midwestern Hydrogen Coalition to accelerate clean hydrogen’s production and use.
Wabash Valley Power
DC Circuit Upholds FERC Rejection of Midwestern Co-op Contract
FERC acted reasonably in rejecting a Wabash Valley Power contract and denying it a Mobile-Sierra presumption, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.
Purdue University
Purdue and Duke Energy Exploring Small Modular Reactor to Power Campus
Purdue University and Duke Energy said they will collaborate to possibly bring in a small modular nuclear reactor as the campus’s power source.

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