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July 18, 2024

MISO Regulatory Organizations & Committees

Entergy
Clean Energy Orgs Push Entergy Players to Consider Broader Cost Allocation
Clean energy nonprofits continued to try to persuade Entergy and MISO South state commissioners to embrace a broader view of cost allocation for an upcoming long-range transmission portfolio the RTO intends for the subregion.
OMS and MISO
OMS-MISO RA Survey: Potential 14-GW Capacity Deficit by Summer 2029
A relatively low turnout of constructed capacity in recent years could deepen a potential 2.7-GW capacity deficit in summer 2025 to more than 14 GW by summer 2029, MISO and OMS revealed in a five-year projection.
NARUC
OMS Taps Minnesota PUC Veteran as Next Executive Director
The Organization of MISO States has named Tricia DeBleeckere, current MISO director of state policy and strategy, as its next executive director.
Indiana Michigan Power
MISO, PJM Stakeholders Call for Interregional Transmission Overhaul
MISO and PJM are deliberating whether to embark on an interregional transmission study this year as they field more calls from stakeholders to revamp their joint planning framework.
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OMS Leaders Reminisce on 20 Years at Annual Meeting
OMS took time to celebrate its 20-year anniversary at its annual meeting while exploring familiar themes of restructuring resource adequacy and barriers to large transmission buildout.
OMS and MISO
OMS-MISO RA Survey Signals Potential for 9-GW Shortfall by 2028
MISO and the Organization of MISO States’ resource adequacy survey warned that a more than 9-GW shortfall could loom by the decade’s end, though it painted an adequate supply picture for the upcoming year.
Entergy
Entergy Regulators Mount Challenge to MISO South Cost Allocation
MISO South regulators publicly opposed a postage stamp cost allocation design, potentially setting the stage for a showdown as MISO prepares for a third long-range transmission portfolio.
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OMS RA Summit: Accreditation, Demand Curves, Retirements
MISO players weighed the RTO’s recent moves to fortify resource adequacy, including seasonal capacity, accreditation approaches a downward-sloping demand curve.
MISO
State Regulators Endorse New Demand Curve in MISO Capacity Auction
The Organization of MISO States has publicly announced that using a downward-sloping demand curve in MISO’s capacity auction could be a good idea.
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Arkansas PSC’s Thomas Makes Way for His Successor
Arkansas Commissioner Ted Thomas says his recent decision to step down from the state’s regulatory body is simply a matter of making room for his successor.

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