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May 18, 2024

State & Regional

MISO, using Ventyx Velocity Suite
MISO Unable to Find Alternatives to Delayed Entergy Louisiana Tx Project
MISO announced it was unable to land on a suitable substitute for a $260 million Entergy Louisiana reliability project about eight months after it announced an alternatives study.
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AEP Ohio Asks PUCO for Data Center-specific Tariffs
AEP Ohio is asking state regulators to create new tariffs that would force data center developers to pay for 90 to 95% of their projected electrical demand for their first 10 years of operation, even if they use less.
The City of Boston / Sasaki
How Sea Level Rise, Coastal Flooding Threaten Boston’s Grid
In Boston and throughout the broader region, climate-fueled extreme weather events are already putting stress on essential energy infrastructure.
PJM
Following Court Ruling, FERC Reluctantly Reverses PJM Post-BRA Change
FERC partially reversed a 2023 order allowing PJM to modify a parameter for the 2024/25 Base Residual Auction to avoid a substantial increase in capacity prices in the DPL South transmission zone.
Allete
Canada Pension Board, Global Infrastructure Partners to Buy Allete
Canada's pension board and a private equity firm intend to buy Allete for $6.2 billion, a deal that appears to make some Minnesota regulators apprehensive.
Shutterstock
AEU: Electrifying MHD Vehicles Could Lower Grid Costs
Serving new demand from medium- and heavy-duty vehicle electrification will require grid upgrades but could lower utility rates, Advanced Energy United said.
Ameren
Ameren: MISO Missouri Capacity Shortfall Likely Inconsequential
Ameren executives have reassured shareholders that Missouri’s capacity shortfall beginning this summer is no cause for panic.
Shutterstock
FERC Approves NYISO Request to Lower NYC Capacity Requirement
FERC granted NYISO’s waiver request to update its installed capacity requirement for New York City in the 2024/25 capability year, which began May 1. 
Eversource
Eversource Announces $500M Cut in Connecticut Investments
Eversource announced plans to reduce its investments in Connecticut by about $500 million over the next five years because of the “negative regulatory environment” at the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority.
Exelon
Exelon Focuses on ComEd, Other Rate Cases in Q1 Earnings Call
Exelon prioritized improving "our regulatory outlook in Illinois," CEO Calvin Butler said, after the state's Commerce Commission rejected ComEd's integrated grid plan for failing to meet core provisions of the Climate and Equitable Jobs Act.

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